Specifically, I'm a Brooklyn-based freelancer, and frequently cover topics relating to media, culture, and tech (at times via @warmlyburns).
The free platform let users compare the actual experience of taking different medications, from side effects and cost to availability and convenience; with a revolutionary app, it also helps you track them.
Women have been practicing (licensed) medicine and working against pay disparity since 1849, but today's hearty wage gap is starting to widen again.
The agency wants to expand access and awareness toward free content and features phones could already offer for when data is low or networks are down, but which manufacturers often keep quiet.
Studies suggest that people-watching is one pastime, at least, that money just can't buy.
The mandate helped drop Americans' out-of-pocket expenses by 63% and likely saved the government billions each year on behalf of 'the fairer sex.'
I wondered how a raw substance with an import price of around $0.97 per mg could manage an 11,600% markup.
The NYC-based startup wants to keep both customers and drivers happy by putting the interests of its employees of front.
WeVibe faced claims its connected vibrators were dishing info, but theirs isn't the only talkative toy in town.
Across social media, women are taking the time to say #ThxBirthControl, and to share their very positive, personal experiences.
Dutch government has made its stance on human rights unmistakable with the launch of an international 'She Decides' healthcare fund, and other nations are heeding the call.
An expert survey of cannabis studies to date found there's lots to learn about the multibillion-dollar plant, plus a few topics we can consider spent.
An Ohio team found "tremendous return on investment" for both victims and communities.
Our neighbors to the north want to remind us that they're by our side (and paying attention).
German legal experts are using evidence from 3D maps to convict those remaining few responsible before it's too late.