BY Holly Trantham
on Jan 19, 2015
Facts! According to a new study detailed in the Atlantic, "mommy brain" is a real thing (which anyone who has ever grown an entire human being in their body already knows). The very real change comes from an increase in a mother’s flow of hormones, which are necessary to build the bond needed between a new mom and her baby.
These changes in brain activity are the reason that some not-especially child-crazy ladies are able to find motherhood rewarding. We ... Read More
BY Tess Duncan
on Aug 20, 2013
Get ready to cry your eyes out over this crazy cuteness. At Taipei Zoo in Taiwan, this li’l panda was injured just a few days after birth and had to be separated from her mother for treatment. Yuan Zai was placed in a special incubator, where she was cared for and closely monitored.Now, about a month later, Yuan Zai is healed and the unbearably cute creatures can have their family reunion. Although it might look like the mother, Yuan Yuan, is trying to bite ... Read More
BY Kari Belsheim
on Feb 22, 2013
I don’t know if you’ve heard, but the birth rate in the U.S. has dropped with the recession, and many, many men are freaking out about it. In a nutshell, they fear that low birth rates will lead to an unsustainable inequality between the taxable work force and the social security-dependent elderly. After all, people are living longer and longer and, barring some sort of zombie apocalypse situation, this trend will continue.
You’d think it ... Read More
BY Emma Orlow
in Eat Me
on Jul 06, 2012
I’ve always highly disputed model Kate Moss’ infamous quote, “nothing tastes as good as skinny feels” (especially if you could taste some of the food that comes out of my dad’s kitchen). But for those of you who want to literally feel the delectable-ness of cooking without the food-baby aftermath, an Etsy shop called Soapopotamus sells a line of handmade imitation food soaps that look so real, ... Read More