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How To Watch A Scary Movie If They Really Freak You Out
Neuropsychologist Dr. Theo Tsaousides, Ph.D., ABPP, says that horror films allow us to experience "safe fear," but some of us still experience the spooks more intensely than others. "The fear that we get [watching those movies] is more like a tickle than a punch," he says. "However, just like some people are more ticklish than…
This Convicted Murderer Has Been On The Run For 40 Years. Will A New Podcast Find Him?
In 1965, 14-year-old Mary Ellen Deener, a bright, quiet teenager who hoped to become a nun, was headed to a laundromat in Mansfield, Ohio when she ran into Lester Eubanks. Eubanks, 22 and with a history of sexual offenses, tried to rape Deener, then shot her twice and hit her in the head with a…
Monica Lewinsky On Cyberbullying, Caroline Calloway, And Gen Z’s Approach To Social Media
In the 1990s, after details of her affair with the president at the time, Bill Clinton, leaked, she went from a private citizen to the tabloids’ favorite headline fodder. When the story broke online in January 1998, as she put it in her 2015 TED Talk, she was swept up into “scandal brought to you…
This Is The 2019 Way To Do Go-Go Boots
Just as low-rise jeans and denim Dior epitomize the early noughties, and grunge-inspired flannels with ripped-up mom jeans (think Tai from Clueless) embody the '90s, the go-go boot epitomizes the '60s. Designed by Andre Courrèges in 1964, go-go boots have had their fair share of iterations. And, this season, they're back in a big way.
9 Reasons Why You Should Upgrade To Silk Pillowcases
As for skin, New York-based dermatologist Amy Wechsler, MD, warns that cotton material pulls at the skin at night, whereas silk makes a gentle alternative. “Silk is a smooth material, making it less prone to tugging on the delicate parts of your neck and skin while you move in your sleep,” Dr. Wechsler says. "It's…