It might look like a discarded prop from Star Trek, but by stimulating the nerves beneath the forehead with an electrical current, Cefaly can make migraines less painful and less frequent. It’s already available in Canada, retailing for $250.
Postpone Christmas We should celebrate Jesus’ birth in early February, not the end of December.
Women’s Work The jobs recovery was supposed to be great for women. It hasn’t exactly worked out that way.
Slate’s Working Podcast: Episode 17 Transcript Read what David Plotz asked a middle school principal about his workday.
Squash vs. Baseball! Wrestling vs. Golf! Good riddance to the days when sports had to fight each other for Olympic survival.