Molly Carman

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Warm Kimchi Bowl + Blueberry Lemon Cake

<i>We're celebrating Meatless Mondays with balanced, delicious meal plans. We hope you'll join us -- whether you're vegetarian all the time or just here and there.</i><p><i>Today: Focus your attention away from side dishes and salads and onto what really matters -- dessert.</i><p>This kimchi rice bowl has all of the …

Disliked Music can be Better for Performance than Liked Music - Perham - 2012 - Applied Cognitive Psychology

Marijke Keus van de Poll, Johannes Carlsson, John E. Marsh, Robert Ljung, Johan Odelius, Sabine J. Schlittmeier, Gunilla Sundin and Patrik Sörqvist, …

Is rehab harder for women?

Research suggests lack of childcare can prevent them from pursuing treatment — and that’s not their only obstacle<p>When I went to rehab in 2000, I was dying. Not necessarily physically, though I wasn’t in great shape there, either. But the biggest problem is that I was suicidal and only somewhat …

Perfect Gingerbread Cookies with Perfect Icing

In the bowl of a stand mixer with a paddle attachment or with a hand-mixer, cream the butter, brown sugar, cinnamon, ginger, and cloves until it …

Is Legalization Driving Kids To Pot?

A new federal report (pdf) on adolescent drug use graphs the percentage of kids smoking marijuana over time:<p>The report (NYT) finds that more high …

Let’s Make A Plea Deal

Sullum reveals how mandatory minimum sentences translate into mandatory guilty pleas for those facing drug charges:<p>A recent report from Human Rights …

Colorado School Shooting Suspect May Have Been Out For Revenge, Police Say

A Colorado student who may have been seeking revenge against a teacher barged into his school with a shotgun on Friday, set off an explosive device …

Social Supermarkets A 'Win-Win-Win' For Europe's Poor

Somewhere between a food pantry and a traditional grocery store lies an opportunity to help feed those in need.<p>Enter "social supermarkets," a European model that offers discounted food exclusively to those in poverty. The stores have grown in popularity across the continent, and this week, the U.K. …

The Gun Deaths That Don’t Make the News

Since the Newtown shooting, <i>Slate</i> has tried to record every gun death in America:<p>Why it failed:<p>Suicides, it turns out, are this project’s enormous …

Anorexia, the Impossible Subject

“Just try to explain to anyone the art of fasting,” says the title character in Kafka’s short story “A Hunger Artist.” “Anyone who has no feeling for it cannot be made to understand it.” The emaciated circus freak is right: refusing food at the expense of bodily function is not an easy addiction to …

Beer As Methadone

A charity group in Amsterdam is paying alcoholics to clean up public parks – and paying them in beer:<p>The former public nuisances start off the …

How Far Will Reality Shows Go?

Focusing on the Discovery Channel’s new series <i>Naked and Afraid</i> – which chronicles the experience of “one man and one woman [who] are stranded nude in …

A School Without Walls

This embed is invalid<p>Emily Bazelon thinks American parents and educators could learn a thing or two from an outdoor school in Switzerland for …

“The Pursuit Of Ignorance”

That’s how neuroscientist Steven Firestein describes the meaning of science in the above TED talk, rejecting, as Ayun Halliday puts it, “any metaphor …

Disappointed With Daddy Lit

Davy Bry pans the recent spate of memoirs about fatherhood:<p>While most genre memoirs seek to explain a specific and unique experience, shared by some …

“Bearing The Beams Of Love”

In an interview, the poet and memoirist Mary Karr reflects on how she got sober:<p>The really horrible thing about quitting drinking is, I think, inside …

Taking The Me Out Of Memoir

Beth Kephart praises memoirs that move beyond self-absorption:<p>[W]hat does memoir offer? What can it yield? Why am I, after all these years, still …

The War on Pink: GoldieBlox Toys Ignite Debate Over What's Good For Girls

Nestled in the aisle of pink sparkles dedicated to girls in most toy stores, this seasons’ shoppers will find a small collection of engineering toys …

These Kids Let Their Dad Color their Drawings. This was the Result

Yesterday reddit user Tatsputin uploaded an album of drawings by his kids that he colored in while on business trips. Every month the father of two …

Inspired To Be Ill

Molly Fischer describes Kelsey Osgood’s new book, <i>How to Disappear Completely</i>, as “an anorexia memoir that’s largely a critique of anorexia …

The science of baking cookies

Our Neglect Of The Mentally Ill

Austin Gus Deeds was unable to get the help he needed:<p>The day before he apparently stabbed his father at the family’s home in rural Bath County, the …

When Low-Wage Workers Can't Afford the Food They Stock Themselves

Study Proves Racism Affects Everything, Even Our Online Dating Habits

They say love conquers all. But can individuals overlook differences like race to fall in love in the first place? Despite an increase in interracial marriages and birth of multiracial babies, one study revealed that racism is still a factor when looking for love online.<p>Kevin Lewis, a sociologist …

Are background checks the new ‘racism’?

Liberals are working to make it a crime for employers to ask, “Have you ever been convicted of a felony?” In fact, the 45,000 “navigators” in charge of registering applicants for Obamacare aren’t required to undergo any criminal background checks, despite access to highly sensitive personal …

How Racism Is Bad for Our Bodies

<i>'Stop and Frisk' is a threat to public health on a large scale.</i><p>Eduardo Munoz/Reuters<p>Trial in the federal class action lawsuit on the NYPD's stop-and-frisk policy, <i>Floyd, et al. v. City of New York, et al</i>, begins on March 18. At stake is whether the controversial tactic is a racial profiling …

A White Supremacist Discovered He's Part Black on a Talk Show

He wasn't happy.<p><i>Welcome to another edition of This Week in Racism. I’ll be ranking news stories on a scale of 1 to RACIST, with “1” being the least racist and “RACIST” being the most racist.</i><p>- The internet had a nice time pointing and laughing at white supremacist Craig Cobb, who recently found out …