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LGBTQ health
LGBTQ health

Why It’s So Hard to Find God as a Gay Man

The mental health effects of being gay and Christian.
Matt Terrell
1.19.18
How Not to Die
How Not to Die

How Doctors Keep Jehovah’s Witnesses Alive When They Refuse Blood Transfusions

“I was raised in a religion where blood transfusions were the worst possible thing you could ever do.”
Elizabeth Brown
1.17.18
MARIJUANA
MARIJUANA

Pot Churches Are Getting Around State Marijuana Laws

Churches that offer weed as a sacrament are proliferating, competing with medical marijuana dispensaries and even pot shops.
Barbara Feder Ostrov, California Healthline
1.2.18
On Edge
On Edge

Shabbat Is an Underrated Way to Destress

Wine, weed, and unplugging—your ancient Jewish guide to modern-day stress relief.
Madison Margolin
12.8.17
The Human Race
The Human Race

Evolution Isn't Through With You Just Yet

Just because we're in a period of genetic stability doesn't mean we're not still changing.
Cindy Kuzma
5.4.17
For God's Sake
For God's Sake

Neuroscientists Are Searching for God in Our Gray Matter

Neuroscientists have long been curious about the neural basis of faith.
Shayla Love
5.2.17
It's Science
It's Science

How Prayer and Meditation Changes Your Brain

What's most important is doing something that has meaning to you.
Shayla Love
4.28.17
It's Science
It's Science

Evolution, Creationism, and the Great Appendix Debate

One of the human body's most mysterious organs is fueling the anti-evolution fire.
Shayla Love
3.31.17
mental health
mental health

What Happens to Your Brain When You Stop Believing in God

It's like going off a drug.
Caroline Beaton
3.28.17
mental health
mental health

Is the Black Church Coming Around on Therapy?

There's still a long way to go.
Ryan Brown
2.17.17
mental health
mental health

The Health Benefits of Contemplating the Afterlife

Science endorses grappling with existential questions—even if you're not religious.
Juli Fraga
1.17.17
The High Life
The High Life

The Brain Treats God Like Drugs or Sex

Being hooked on spirituality feels great, apparently.
Gigen Mammoser
11.29.16