Depression is very common, affecting 1 in 5 people -- if not you, then a friend or family member. This makes a basic knowledge of the disorder vital for everyone. Dr. Patricia Deldin of the Michigan Depression Center debunks misperceptions to encourage a better understanding.
The acclaimed author delved deeply into magic realism for his latest book. Here, he describes why this genre continues to thrive.
Creating a podcast isn't as easy as it looks. It's also not too difficult to learn. Take it from one of the hosts of Gimlet Media's "Reply All."
Real productivity doesn’t always look anything like “first to work, last to leave.”
Can history offer us clues on happiness? Yes, argues Yuval Noah Harari, if we're willing to listen.
Until the Internet was allowed on commercial flights, the solution to assuage my fear of flying was to find the nearest airport pub and throw a few back before boarding the plane. That’s all changed.
Envy hurts, and it can devolve into nastiness and even violence, but envy can also encourage us to aspire to our better or our best selves at work, school or at home.
PJ Vogt is one of the hosts of Gimlet Media’s Reply All. Billed as a show about the Internet, the podcast focuses on everything from sex to anxiety to…
Bre Pettis is an American entrepreneur, video blogger and multi-artist. He is also known for DIY video podcasts for MAKE, and for the History Hacker pilot on the History Channel. He is one of the…
Jane McGonigal, PhD, is a senior researcher at the Institute for the Future and the author of The New York Times bestseller Reality Is Broken: Why Games Make Us Better and…