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‘I was supposed to get my paycheck today’: Worker at shut-down ketamine clinic says company removed $2,000 from her account

'You're all fired. Don't come in on Monday.'

On Mar 27, 2023 by Phil West

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‘She called us like we were gay animal control’: Woman ‘reports’ gay person in voicemail to queer resource center

'Okay but i’m a lesbian and this service would be useful.'

On Aug 15, 2022 by Rebekah Harding

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‘When I say almost all the usual lines chiropractors tell you are lies, I mean almost all of them’: Chiropractor says that most of his profession is a scam

'There's good and bad chiropractors just like regular doctors.'

On Aug 5, 2022 by Braden Bjella

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‘Be careful of these red flags’: Supplement industry worker shares misleading phrases companies use to sell products

'Just because an ingredient was tested, does not mean it's proven to work.'

On Jun 5, 2022 by Maria Poggi

TikToker calls out company for culturally appropriating shilajit in wellness product.

‘Just because it’s natural does not mean that you can take as much as you want’: TikToker calls out ‘Sexy Resin’ wellness product for cultural appropriation

'Natural does not mean without side effects.'

On Mar 11, 2022 by Kathleen Wong


The best wellness tech that’s actually worth splurging on

No more stashing your wellness purchases in the closet post-January.

On Jan 31, 2022 by Beck Diaz

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New Year, New You – 15 health products to prioritize body & mind in 2022

Get all the love you need in 2022.

On Dec 27, 2021 by Danni Danger, Vanessa St-Amand

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‘This would’ve been nice to know’: Delta worker reveals hack for dealing with your period on an airplane

It's not just Delta.

On Jul 13, 2021 by Rachel Kiley

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Why this mainstream yoga site is now a hub for QAnon influencers

Gaia has a conspiracy theory problem.

On Dec 11, 2020 by Colleen Hagerty

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Emjoy is a promising sexual education app—but falls short for trans women

It's sexual wellness for some—but not all.

On Oct 19, 2020 by Ana Valens

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Peloton Husband is worried memes will have ‘repercussions’ for his career

'Wish I kept the receipt.'

On Dec 6, 2019 by Samira Sadeque

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Instagram influencer recommends sunning your butthole

'People out here butt-chugging sunlight.'

On Nov 26, 2019 by Alex Dalbey

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The hottest diet of 2019 is the one where you don’t diet

How intuitive eating’s thin, white veneer took over your Instagram feed.

On Oct 25, 2019 by Nayomi Reghay

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Facebook page faces backlash for selling ‘Christian yoga certification’

Yoga Faith says the practice was in the 'Bible before other people/religions/organizations used them'

On Sep 23, 2019 by Samira Sadeque

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Urine therapy is yet another pseudoscience spreading on Facebook

Drinking urine? Some people believe it will cure what ails them.

On Sep 12, 2019 by Siobhan Ball