Monthly columns about useful shit. Each column focuses on a specific topic, I think they’re self-explanatory. Sit back, click an article, and learn.
When Mother Nature visits, it sometimes can be an unpleasant experience. Abdominal pain accompanied by headaches, nausea, and an emotional rollercoaster is not what everyone wants to experience. I dread getting my periods and the days leading up to it are the worse
I did not know about HPV until I was 15 years old. When I first heard of it, I thought it was something like shingles but for young people. Little did I know this was a virus that can be transmitted sexually.
This month, we’re spotlighting the daddy of the medical ethnobotany world. The oldest tree in the world, this ancient plant once coexisted with dinosaurs and presently has a lifespan of over one thousand years.
Roses – a symbol of love and affection. Let’s say you receive one (or a larger quantity) for Valentine’s Day from someone you may or may not want in your life. I know it’s beautiful flower, but what else is useful for? Let’s talk about better uses for rose petals than showing love.
Do you eat McChickens from the dollar menu quite often? Do you love ranch? Do you appreciate garlic? Boy, do I have the perfect sauce for you.
Welcome to the series I like to call “Incredibly Unnecessary Yet Necessary Item of the Month.”