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How To Buy A House: A 15-Step Guide To Finding (And BUYING) The Home Of Your Dreams

A good realtor will handhold you a little bit, without treating you like a moron (even if you are a moron.)

Less access to quality treatment and resources is deeply concerning given that those that are available already lack understanding about cultural identities and how mental health conditions affect minorities. (Image credit: Instagram/tothebonemovie)

Netflix's 'To The Bone' Is Just Another Example Of Struggle Through A Privileged Lens

Netflix’s latest drama 'To The Bone' just emphasizes the inequity in eating disorder treatment options. The main character, Ellen, is a white, 20-year-old woman who is struggling with a serious eating disorder. I watched as she entered yet another inpatient treatment center and her loving family stood by her. Frame after frame, I saw myself and grew angry for the people who were suffering and wouldn’t be able to identify, whether it was because of their race, support system, or lack of resources.


New York Times Wants to Legalize the Ganja and We Agree! (But Not for the Reason You Think)

Many want to legalize marijuana, including the New York Times.


Science is Sweet: Could Fungus Relieve Our Superbug Woes?

Researchers have found a fungal molecule that could boost our lagging antibiotics. Just hope your employer doesn’t object.


Quote of the Day: Representative Becker Says, "I'm Not a Medical Doctor" But Plan B and IUDs are Equivalent to Abortions

Kids, you know how IUDs work—right? Congrats. You're now eligible to be an American politician.