People want to cook and eat together. Modern life has other plans.
Americans will use anything to hide alcohol.
Teens know they don’t need clothing stores.
America never really liked kale.
It’s time to start calling your friends again.
A national ban on flavored e-cigarettes is coming.
Ongoing FDA investigations and a spate of hospitalizations show that “safer than cigarettes” does not mean safe.
There’s a reason the return of retro trends bothers so many people.
Here’s to giving up.
I spent $1,279 of The Atlantic’s money on creams, crystals, and a vibrator from Gwyneth Paltrow’s wellness empire. Things got weird.
Weight Watchers has a new app for children as young as 8. It might be better for the company than it is for pediatric health.
A mundane joy in a season fraught with despair
The correct number of drinks to keep at your desk
It’s not you, it’s Mercury retrograde.
The perfect drink for a medium-fancy generation
It’s my foot.
The CBD market for pets has exploded. But there’s no way to verify what your unsuspecting pup is ingesting.
If someone is going to revolutionize what it means to be human, do we want it to be a tech titan?
Personal-finance gurus really hate coffee.
A new study in mice points to how cell biology, not willpower, might be the root of yo-yo dieting.