Geeks can and do, look good. More importantly, it's about health, not appearance, and health doesn't happen by magic. We do have to work at it, and lots of geeks do.
Bodies! It's a stereotype for a reason; although beginning to change, geeks haven't an excellent track record with health and bodies.
You know, they’re just as nervous as you are… even more so"
In games, we're used to exploring magical lands and dangerous dungeons. What about exploring ourselves?
It's not usual that a Kickstarter has to reassure potential backers that they don't need real-life combat skills.
You will receive a computer-generated normative feedback based on the answers you have provided in relation to all other participants of the study recruited to date.
A year ago, the WHO announced plans to include Gaming Disorder in The International Classification of Diseases (ICD).
Artist Toby Allen has done a great thing. He’s created a series of monster cards that depict mental illnesses as monsters. These are the real horrors that so many gamers and members of the geek community face every day.…
The Geek Molecule isn’t the name of a game. We’re talking about a lifestyle supplement from Fountain that contains zinc gluconate and gotu kola. You can read the label here and check out its Cosmopolitan Beauty Award.…