Here we examine the tragic story and death of Annora Petrova and her mysterious Wikipedia page. Find out about some of the theories that might explain what happened to her.
Some people have MORE children than they can afford to care for emotionally, mentally,& socioeconomically. Are they THINKING about the ramifications of their actions on their children? DON'T think so!
The biomedical model of medicine is the dominant healthcare model in many countries. What happens to other complementary and alternative treatments that do not fit into the mould? This hub is part 2 of a case study of Music Therapy in Singapore.
Are we, as a society, ruder than we have been in the past. Polls say we are and so do the actions we come across everyday on the highway. What's going on and what can we do about it?
William Ryan’s idea of blaming the victim is especially valuable, as it points out to us the importance of looking beyond the individual.
Revenge and retribution permeate history, literature, psychology and law. The urge to avenge one’s self for real or imagined slights and injuries is part of the human condition
The mysterious death of Elisa Lam is examined, including video of her bizarre behavior in the elevator at the Cecil Hotel.
We are all sometimes guilty of behaving in a way that drives people away from us. Oftentimes those behaviors are common and easy to correct. By doing that you can stop pushing people away and let them get to know you better.
Despite its official status, the official crime statistics are almost always inaccurate. Here are some reasons why.
The earliest record of a death penalty comes from King Hammaurabi of Babylon in the 18th century BC. The Romans, not to be outdone (the Romans were never to be outdone) implemented the death penalty as punishment “for all crimes.” According...