An Arizona law that would require doctors to tell falsely tell patients that medication abortions are “reversible” has temporarily been blocked. The law was passed in March; a group of Arizona healthcare providers, backed by Planned Parenthood, promptly sued. That’s because saying medication abortions are reversible… »
Republican Nevada Assemblywoman Michele Fiore suggested on her radio show last Saturday that cancer is a fungus you can flush out with a non-FDA approved drug (that is basically baking soda). Fiore, who was removed from a leadership role over tax liens last year, told listeners of her plans to introduce a "terminally… »
A very impressive new investigation from RH Reality Check reveals a list of 14 "experts" who peddle junk science and outright lies to lawmakers, in order to push through anti-abortion laws. »
- It goes without saying that the biggest news of the week was Jamie Lynn Spears' underage spermination.
- But she's not the only one! Fantasia and Lily Allen are also up the stick.
- Stars are also pregnant with hair. A look back at the year in weaves.
- In other news, ur-douche Paul Janka did not date rape Moe. Imagine that!
When a woman is called "moody" or "emotional," it's often a thinly veiled way of saying "weak." The truth is that women are 1.5 to 3 times more likely to suffer from major depressive disorder than men. "There is growing evidence that estrogens have powerful effects beyond their role in reproduction — that they play a… »
Helen Fisher is a highly-regarded Rutgers professor whose mastery of biology, anthropology, psychology and philosophy somehow led her to her current career formulating "biology-based" personality tests for Chemistry.com and hypothesizing about how politicians would score if they actually bothered to waste fifteen… »