To believe Newsweek, if your kid's too precocious, it can be a sign of autism or Asperger's. But don't worry yet.
The message I got from sex ed was this: sex will kill you. Turns out I wasn't alone. And such scare tactics may not be effective.
This weekend, I stayed with a friend - who, despite the mere three-month gap between our birthdays, is unquestionably a grownup. She has a mortgage, and people who answer to her. Most of all, she has anti-aging products.
Rachel K. Jones of the Guttmacher Institute has written a piece for the magazine Contraception encouraging health educators to consider talking to people about withdrawal and its effectiveness as a method of birth control.
"This week marks the beginning of the gluttony season," reads an article in the The New York Times today, going on tolist the frightening things that can happen to you after you gorge yourself on turkey and stuffing. In addition to indigestion, flatulence and the need to unbutton your pants, did you know that big…