Not asleep but not yet awake, Brisa Alfaro could hear her doctors' prognosis: She might never walk or talk again, and she may never eat or breathe on her own. She couldn't respond. She started to panic.
From the moment we wake up in the morning, we make hundreds of decisions; do we press the snooze button, what do we have for breakfast, what will we wear, are we going to exercise, how will we treat others.
The recent six-part ABC TV series Luke Warm Sex has put sex experts in the spotlight.
Noah Masterson, a Web marketing manager in Austin, Texas, is like the Marie Kondo of Twitter. He keeps it tidy. "I just unfollowed about 20 people to get down to an even 400," he said. "It felt really good."
Anna Jovanovic said after Roberts' comments that she was "upset" by the criticism and that it was she who told him play in the game.
Alexis Bloomer, a Texas journalist, posted a two minute video to Facebook about "generation y" after she saw a young man fail to open a door for an elderly person.
The study found women are mimicking the Kardashian star's delivery, like turned "whatever" into "whateverrr".
A man has expressed what it's like to live with Aphantasia in a viral Facebook post.
Winning the lottery is the dream, right?
Owner's loving hug causes stress by limiting their freedom to run away, say animal psychologists.
Takara Allen, a mixed-race makeup artist from Australia, was told by a Tinder match: "You'd look so much prettier if you were whiter!"
Where can my partner get kissing lessons?
"Boys are taught, sometimes with the best of intentions, to mutate their emotional suffering into anger," wrote Professor of cultural studies Andrew Weiner in a recent piece about teaching men emotional honesty.
One Bachelor star believes Sam Frost on The Bachelorette would have brought up "bad memories" and led to split.
Recent research has revealed that women are increasingly becoming consumers of online porn, and feminist pornographers are taking more control in an industry which has traditionally focused on satisfying men's needs.
They have called it the "sisterhood of the travelling prom dress".
I have never used a vibrator. What do I need to know?
The shedding of emotional tears is unique to humans, but our evolutionary, psychological and biological reasons for "crying it out" remain a mystery.
The British monarch is really just like the rest of us.
A study has found evidence that prehistoric humans may have been driven into the social norm of monogamy - over polygamy - because of the spread of STIs.