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Gluten-Free Shaming is not OK

May is Celiac Awareness month and with that in mind, I'd like to thank Elle Magazine for raising awareness by posting the picture above to a combined following of 5.6 million people on their social media accounts with the caption "We all have that friend... Show More Summary

Memorial Day and Filipino WWII Veterans: Remember the Dead and Recognize the Living

Recent years have seen an emergence of using a particular month to raise awareness about a given issue, community, or institution. I've observed elsewhere that there are at least 50 instances where a Presidential Proclamation has recognized a month in this way. Show More Summary

Debra’s Story: ‘Sun Tanning Not Worth It’

May is Melanoma Awareness Month. It’s a good reminder to wear your sunscreen and keep an eye on changes to your skin — and to moles in particular. It’s estimated 1 in 5 Americans will develop skin cancer, and melanoma accounts for 75 percent of skin cancer deaths. Here’s Dennis Douda for the Mayo Clinic News […]

Mayo Clinic Minute: The Facts on Stroke

May is National Stroke Awareness Month, and the National Stroke Association wants everyone to know the signs and symptoms of the disease. Stroke is the fifth leading cause of death in the U.S., and it is a leading cause of disability. But, when treated early, soon after symptoms start, the effects of stroke often can […]

Zeynep Tufekci: Underrated? No, But...: Promiscuous LInk Sluttage for Late May 2016

A month ago I wrote: "You are not doing enough in the way of promiscuous link-sluttage", my conscience says to me, occasionally. "You are not doing enough in the way of making people who come to your weblog aware of very smart people whom they ought to be paying attention to--but are not. Show More Summary

National Missing Children’s Day

May 25th is National Missing Children’s Day in the USA. This year, we are raising awareness for the missing children by rocking one sock on social media. The idea is simple: during the month of May, the National Center for the Missing...Show More Summary

Mental Health: What Does That Mean to You?

(Photo credit: Peter J. Hughes) May is Mental Health Awareness Month. What does mental health mean to you? For me, when I heard the word "mental", I used to hear it in conjunction with illness - for example,"He/she is mental". I'm aware that my upbringing influenced this association for me. Show More Summary

Here Are the Titles Coming to and Leaving Netflix in June - Netflix and Hahahrawrrahaha.

4 days agoHumor / odd : Geekosystem

I don't know if anyone else feels this way, but these "what's coming to Netflix posts" seem to get closer and closer together every month, which makes me uncomfortably aware that time is going faster as I age and life will just be a blur of titles rotating from streaming service to streaming service until I die. Show More Summary

#MayoClinicRadio podcast 5/21/16

Listen: Mayo Clinic Radio 05-21-16 On Mayo Clinic Radio this week, we discuss Arthritis Awareness Month, Osteoporosis Awareness Month and Lupus Awareness Month. Rheumatologist Dr. John Davis III will talk about diagnosing and treating arthritis. Show More Summary

Twitter Users Share What #MyDepressionLooksLike To Raise Mental Health Awareness

5 days agoLifestyle / Fashion : The Cut

May is Mental Health Month, and while depression, anxiety, and other mental illnesses are slowing shedding their stigma, we've still got a long way to go. If you think living with depression, panic attacks, OCD, and/or other disorders must be difficult, consider adding a big heaping helping of shame on ... More »

Awareness Saturday — Arthritis / Osteoporosis / Lupus: Mayo Clinic Radio

It's awareness Saturday on the next Mayo Clinic Radio program, as May recognizes Arthritis Awareness Month, Osteoporosis Awareness Month and Lupus Awareness Month. According to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, arthritis affects 1 in 5 adults in the U.S. and is a leading cause of disability among working-age adults. Mayo Clinic rheumatologist Dr. John Davis […]

Beyoncé and LIGO: Stochastic Awareness of Science Is Probably Okay

I’ve had this piece by Rick Borchelt on “science literacy” and this one by Paige Brown Jarreau on “echo chambers” open in tabs for… months. I keep them around because I have thoughts on the general subject, but I keep not writing them up because I suspect that what I want to say won’t be…

Ask Your "Mental Health Reform Champion" Member of Congress Where They Stand on LGBTQ Rights

Hey, guess what? It is Mental Health Awareness Month and Washington, DC is buzzing with advocates excited to meet with their congressional representatives to discuss meaningful mental health reform. For those advocates making the trek...Show More Summary

Worst personal essay ever? xoJane scrapes the bottom of the hate-read barrel

Just in time for Mental Health Awareness month, the Time, Inc. outlet exploits a tragedy for outrage clicks

Mental Health Reform: The Senate Needs to Act

It's Mental Health Awareness Month. Congress is closer to passing mental health reform than it ever has been before, but as the saying goes, "close" only counts in a game of horseshoes. The challenge is whether both the Senate and House...Show More Summary

Racist Bloggers Display Their Vile,Deranged Attitudes

Unless you have been comatose for the last month, you are undoubtedly aware of the fact that the internet (or rather segments of the media) has engaged in high gear racially bigoted overdrive for the few weeks. Remember the reactionShow More Summary

Depression & Amy Poehler

NB: Welcome to Flashback Friday! During FBF, we’ll be resurrecting older posts and reviews that are relevant to things we’ve published on the site this week. May is Mental Health Awareness Month. Seeing as how Amanda reviewed Hyperbole...Show More Summary

May Is Arthritis Awareness Month: How To Participate

May is Arthritis Awareness Month and it’s a time dedicated to learning more about the disease and listening to stories from those living with arthritis. According to the Arthritis Foundation, one out of five American adults live with arthritis, with an estimated 53 million people diagnosed with arthritis nationwide. Show More Summary

What Does Flawless Prevention Look Like?

May is National Mental Health Awareness Month which brings with it the gift of thirty one days to focus on all aspects of brain health. During Patrick Kennedy's 2016 State of the Union in Mental Health, he talked about the obstaclesShow More Summary

Hyperbole and a Half by Allie Brosh

May is Mental Health Awareness Month and I’m certainly no stranger to the trials and tribulations of keeping up with one’s own mental health, not to mention the mental health of my mother. (It’s exhausting sometimes, isn’t it?) So this...Show More Summary

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