Kathy Landin is a freelance internet pop-culture junkie (and web video producer). For a brief time in 2011, she was THIS close to being Charlie Sheen's social media intern for the summer. She's blogged for local TV stations, anonymous dating adventures and stupid advice columns. Mostly she entertains herself by practicing the fine art of idiocy, which you can watch in Kathy Landin's "I'm an Idiot" Show. Or, if you have a short attention span, get 140 characters of idiocy on Twitter.
5 Things You Should Know About Ebola — How It Spreads, Symptoms & More
Ebola is all over the headlines lately. Here are some helpful facts about the deadly disease (that you're not going to catch).
‘Sexting’ Growing More Popular but Doesn’t Lead to Riskier Behavior in Teens
More teens are sexting—that is, passing around explicit photos and texts on their phones—but that doesn't mean they're engaging in other, riskier activities too.
10 Products You Can Buy to Support Breast Cancer Awareness — And Look Great In
While making straight-up donations is a great way to show your support, we've also found 10 ways you can use your purchasing power to promote the fight against breast cancer.
Powerful New Drug Could Be Good News for Patients With Aggressive Breast Cancer
A new drug may extend the life of certain breast cancer patients up to 16 months longer.
You Can Indeed Train Your Brain to Eat Right
A study published in the journal Nutrition and Diabetes shows that you it is possible to train your brain to crave healthier foods.
You Have the Right to Take (Nude) Photos — Now Here’s How to Protect Them
Worried about your private digital images getting stolen? Here are a few suggestions for keeping your photos safe.
Nail Polish That Changes Colors Could Prevent Date Rape in the Near Future
Four students from North Carolina State University in Raleigh have invented a nail polish that could alert its wearer to any date-rape drugs that might have been added to her drink.
Video Games May Help Kids Live Better, Happier Lives
Video games, when played in small amounts, may turn out to help children become more well-adjusted, according to a new study.
Why You Shouldn’t Use a Spoon to Give Your Child Medicine
A recent study shows that using kitchen spoons to give children medicine is highly inaccurate and often quite dangerous.
This Summer, Keep Kids Active So Their Grades Will Get Better
Do kids who play sports get better grades at school? A recent study suggests that there is just such a link.
Got Burned? 5 Ways to Treat a Sunburn
The summer sun is out in full force, relentlessly attacking our skin with UV rays. Here's what to do if you get a sunburn.
Pregnant Women May Be More Likely to Have Car Accidents
A new study shows that a pregnant woman in her second trimester could be more likely to have a car accident than at any other time in her pregnancy or life.