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Kids With Parents In Prison Often Deal With Untreated Trauma

Arlene Adams killed her partner with the knife she kept in bed with her.<p>Adams, then 21, had just put her two daughters, Armani and Jameeyah, to bed when their father came home drunk and belligerent. As the girls slept in another room of their small apartment, their parents began arguing.<p>They …

20 Really Cool Summer Recipes to Chill in This Hot Season

Sumaiya Kabir<p>Writer Read full profile<p>The scorching sun is currently ruling over us. The heat flash is so intense that even Thor, the God of Thunder, …

The Misconceptions About Mental Illness We Need to Unlearn

Mental illness isn’t like a sinus infection. You can’t just wait it out or take a pill to make everything go away. Our brains are complex and …

Rachel Dolezal and America's Complicated History of 'Passing' | The Takeaway | WNYC

"Passing" is usually a term used to describe a black person presenting themselves as white, but American history has no shortage of examples of white …

The Travel Non-Essentials: Should You Buy Snoozies?

Welcome to Travel Non-Essentials, where T+L editors Mark Orwoll and Nikki Ekstein sound off on a different breed of travel product—sometimes …

22,000 asthma sufferers prescribed potentially deadly medication

The prescription of a long-acting reliever inhaler on its own is so unsafe that a major warning has been issued in the US<p>Thousands of asthma suffers are being prescribed potentially lethal medication which could bring on deadly attacks, a charity has warned.<p>Asthma UK has discovered that 22,000 …

The Little Boy Who Should’ve Vanished, but Didn’t

Science & InnovationCuriously Krulwich<p>He was 12 years old. He was a slave. He’d had no schooling. He was too young, too unlettered, too un-European; he couldn’t have done this on his own. That’s what people said.<p>Edmond (he had no last name—slaves weren’t allowed them) had just solved a botanical …