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Kevin Lankes


New York, NY, United States

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Past articles by Kevin:

Mom Claims Teen Daughter Died From Chewing Too Much Gum — But Is That Even Possible?

A Mother In The UK Issues A Warning About Excessive Gum Chewing After Her Own Daughter Dies Under Mysterious Circumstances. We Asked A Registered Dietitian For Answers. → Read More

Study Explains How The Type Of Language You Use With Your Partner Could Be A Sign Of Something Deeper

Couples who use the same language are likely doing so because they're engaging in a natural process to cement their connection and allow for ease of communication. → Read More

Are Women Really More At Risk Taking Birth Control Than The Johnson & Johnson Vaccine?

Six Women Out Of Seven Million Patients To Receive The Johnson And Johnson Vaccine Have Developed Rare Blood Clots. The History Of Gender Bias In Medicine May Tell Us Why. → Read More

Open Letter To The Wealthy: It's Time You're Forced To Pay For The Rest Of Us

Elite Philanthropy Isn't Working, And The Wealthy Continue To Nurture And Obscene Net Worth While Global Problems Remain Unsolved. → Read More

In New Book, Hunter Biden Reveals The “Beautiful Things” About His Past — And Wants Our Forgiveness

Hunter Biden's Memoir, "Beautiful Things," Releasing On April 6, Is An Emotional Recounting Of His Struggle With Substance Abuse And The Love Of His Family. → Read More

GOP Congressman Matt Gaetz Now Accused Of Orgy With Sex Trafficked Minors

Matt Gaetz Is Accused Of Sex Trafficking And Is Under Investigation By The Department Of Defense. The GOP Congressman Went On Fox New To Clear The Air, And Only Worsened His Cause. Now Details Are Coming Out Of An Orgy With Underage Victims Of Sex Trafficking. → Read More

Why Celebrities Can Be Stay-At-Home-Dads, But Most Men Can’t

Stay-at-home Dads Are Slowly Increasing In Number. But They Face Many Unique Challenges In Society, Even Though They're Existence Opens The Door To Equitable Childcare And Career Opportunities For Their Partners. → Read More

World Happiness Report 2021 Reveals The Happiest Country In The World & What Makes A Country Happy

The 2021 World Happiness Report Was Just Released. Find Out Which Countries Made The Top Of The List, How The Report Collects Data, And What's In It. → Read More

Why People Feel The Need To Be Right About The Atlanta Shooter’s Motivations

Everywhere You Turn, People Are Shouting To Be Heard. Opinions Are Everywhere. But Why Do We Feel The Need To Be Right About Answers To Questions We Couldn't Possibly Know? → Read More

Why Some People Believed Prince Harry But Not Meghan Markle

After Watching The Much-awaited Interview With Oprah, Some People Believed Prince Harry, But Not Meghan Markle. Here's What The Research Says About How The Testimonies Of Women And Men Are Treated Differently. → Read More

Godzilla's Secret History

Over the span of 60 years, he's battled Earthlings, space monsters and robots, spawned offspring and chased Matthew Broderick, all while belting out the most iconic roar in film history. But the monster's origin story may actually blow your mind.... → Read More

I Can't Even Die of Cancer Right

I'm out of the darkest part of the woods, sure. But society is making it particularly difficult to forget what happened to me. It's moving on beyond me and trying hard to lose me in its wake. I, like other young adult survivors, feel lost, alone, ... → Read More

Young Adult Cancer and the Law

I didn't have a will going into my cancer diagnosis, or a power of attorney. I ended up writing a letter that I would have tried to pass off as a will had things gone awry. But simply having something in writing isn't enough.... → Read More

I Wrote My Will at 26

My family had given me so much, and I didn't want to leave them without giving them something in return. But the only thing of real value I could give away were the emotions I felt for the people who would read my letter after I was gone. I would lea... → Read More

Graduation Day: Dying From Cancer to Clean Scans in Six-Month Intervals

As a young adult cancer survivor, I will never stop worrying about dying before I've lived long enough to leave my mark, to positively affect the world, and do whatever other things my mother would no doubt disapprove of.... → Read More

The Truth About Heroes and Cancer

If you think someone is a hero for surviving cancer, or courageous, or inspiring, then you're part of the problem. You're doing it wrong. Anyone can survive cancer. And anyone can die from it.... → Read More