GOOD
via Pixabay

The final episode of "The Sopranos" made a lot of people angry because it ends with mob boss Tony Soprano and his family eating at an ice cream parlor while "Don't Stop Believin'" by Journey plays in the background … and then, suddenly, the screen turns black.

Some thought the ending was a dirty trick, while others saw it as a stroke of brilliance. A popular theory is that Tony gets shot, but doesn't know it because, as his brother-in-law Bobby Baccala said, "You probably don't even hear it when it happens, right?"

So the show gives us all an idea of what it's like to die. We're here and then we're not.

Keep Reading Show less
Health

Photo courtesy Cybersmile.

Chessie King is no stranger to harsh criticism about her appearance.

Keep Reading Show less
Articles

A scientific study just proved that ‘brain supplements’ are completely useless.

Brain supplements are a $5.8 billion bottle of snake oil.

Americans and others around the world have turned increasingly to dietary supplements in order to maintain or preserve their brain health.

A recent study found that a quarter of adults over 50 take a supplement for brain-related health. But that same study, done by experts convened by the AARP, suggests that seniors should spend their money elsewhere. The supplements don’t work.

Keep Reading Show less
Articles

Photo by DVIDShub/Flickr

For those in the military, sleep can mean the difference between life and death. But shut-eye can be very hard to come by, especially during active conflict.

Keep Reading Show less
Articles

Why one boss's response to an employee’s mental health request went viral.

The response shows the implementation is as important as the policies themselves.

THE GOOD NEWS

A team-wide response shows that employers are taking mental health days seriously — and commending employees for using them.

Keep Reading Show less
Articles

Oldest Man In The World Is 112 And Living His Best Life In Japan

He enjoys watching sumo wrestling on TV, eating sweets, and soaking in hot springs.

Image by Guinness World Records.

It’s official: The oldest man currently living on this planet is 112.

Keep Reading Show less
Articles