Sarah is a writer based in Brooklyn. She has previously written for The New Republic, Pacific Standard, and McSweeney's Internet Tendency. She likes cheese especially when paired with a full-bodied joke.
6.28.2020 11:30 PM
Covid-19: This simple act is the most patriotic thing you can do right now
Experts explain what it will take to convince anti-mask people to cover up.
6.21.2020 10:17 PM
Powerful mental health tips for LGBTQ individuals and their allies
While there is no one-size-fits-all solution to mental health hurdles, mental health professionals can offer some advice.
6.14.2020 9:30 PM
Why scientists want you to realize that being sensitive is a good thing
"Society desperately needs people with these skills."
6.13.2020 2:23 PM
Study inspired by the "Hot Crazy Matrix" explains perplexing dating choices
Evolutionary psychology can explain why dark triad traits get passed on.
6.7.2020 9:35 PM
Covid-19: A grief expert explains how to process the “unfathomable amount of loss”
Camille Wortman is an expert on grief and bereavement. She talks to Inverse about collective grief during Covid-19 and how to support people who are mourning.
6.7.2020 1:00 PM
5 theories on why Neanderthals went extinct
There's a reason we're the only humans left on Earth.
Mind and Body
6.7.2020 12:00 PM
The psychological reason why clothes can make or break you
What you wear gives subtle cues about your status — and others judge you accordingly.
6.2.2020 12:56 PM
Black Birders Week responds to racism with a celebration of Black naturalists
"We organized and made a movement."
5.31.2020 9:30 PM
Scientists explain why stress can age you on a cellular level
A telomere study exemplifies why mental health is simply health.
23 and You
5.27.2020 11:00 AM
23andMe Neanderthal report links “modern” behavior traits to our ancient cousins
"I think they were a lot like us."
5.24.2020 9:30 PM
Covid-19 is affecting shelter dogs — for better and for worse
Animal rescue groups explain how the pandemic has changed operations.
5.17.2020 11:05 PM
A scientist explains the link between cooking and positive mental health
Why baking is better for your brain than microwaving a meal.
5.10.2020 9:00 PM
3 experts explain how you can combat quarantine fatigue
“We just kind of have to roll with it and keep trying to make the adjustments that will help us withstand it all.”
5.3.2020 9:00 PM
To manage coronavirus stress, experiment with a tried-and-true strategy
Expressive writing can benefit both physical and mental health.
4.27.2020 10:22 PM
Scientists hack bioluminescence to create glowing houseplants
Forget twinkle lights. The mood lighting of the future will emit from plants.
4.26.2020 11:00 PM
Sleep and Covid-19: Experts offer 7 tips for not feeling so exhausted
“Mood and sleep are very tightly interwoven and difficult to tease apart.”
4.21.2020 1:22 AM
Scientists make a spectacular discovery about the origin of language in the brain
A new study reveals when the human language pathway first emerged.
4.20.2020 3:00 PM
Want to strengthen your immune system? Consider your feelings
Want to strengthen your immune system? Consider your feelings.
Go with the flow
4.19.2020 10:30 PM
The Monterey Bay Aquarium dives into something new: meditation
“The tide still comes and goes, the jellies keep on drifting, and the fish keep swimming.”
4.18.2020 5:50 PM
You're young -- do you need a will?
You can't take it with you, so save your family the drama and dole it out.
Mind and Body
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