Alexis Kleinman
Alexis Kleinman

Gender reveal parties are passé. Enter the dog breed reveal party.

For pet lovers, the breed reveal is an atypical celebration — and that’s the point.

Whatever you do, do not participate in this royal wedding meme on Facebook

Sometimes the biggest danger to your online security is you.

Orthorexia is an eating disorder fueled by Instagram, but Instagram may be the best place to recover

The dangerous journey into “wellness” Instagram.

Inside essential oils marketing — a billion-dollar wellness business with plenty of critics

The stated and implied benefits of these products have no medical backing or evidence, doctors and experts told Mic.

How HQ, the trivia app and cultural phenomenon, hacks your brain

Viral videos have shown people screaming and crying over winning about 10 bucks on HQ. Why?

How the Instant Pot became a viral sensation through word of mouth

All of this happened with little to no marketing. Experts explain the product's meteoric rise.

Here’s how ‘The Simpsons’ keeps predicting the future

'The Simpsons' has a massive collection of jokes — and thus more chances to be right.

The Dogspotting Facebook group has erupted in some massive drama over a photo of a cat’s butt

It’s a “tail” (ha ha) as old as the modern social web.

The science behind why people doubt terrorist attacks happened

“Who are these people? They’re mostly anti-authoritarian people. ... They’re often insecure."

Meet the people who believe the fluoride in your water is poisoning you

Fake news has whipped fluoride truthers into a frenzy. It turns out there’s much more drama in the community than we thought.

Your dog uses facial expressions to communicate with you, according to a new study

Your dog might be trying to communicate with you.

A new study shows how the powerful drug ketamine could help fight severe depression

Ketamine is often sold as an unsavory street drug called Special K. But multiple studies have now demonstrated its efficacy in treating depression.

Meet Jeff Conner, the king of Weird Facebook

There's another dimension of Facebook made up of memes, inside jokes and lots of self-referential humor. Welcome to Jeffbook.

Apple’s most revolutionary 2017 release is not the iPhone X

Tuesday’s event is the beginning of a trend that will change how you use your phone — and could someday replace it altogether.

“Weird Facebook” and “Leftbook,” explained: How absurd meme groups could change Facebook for good

Let's take a tour through "Weird Facebook" and "Leftbook." They're shaping the future of your News Feed.