Michelle Konstantinovsky

Michelle Konstantinovsky is a San Francisco-based journalist who's written on everything from the Beagle Brigade and border walls to cricket farms and TV scheduling for HowStuffWorks. She earned her master's degree from U.C. Berkeley's Graduate School of Journalism and she's written on health and wellness topics for outlets including Cosmopolitan, O: The Oprah Magazine, Marie Claire, Teen Vogue and more. Michelle loves music, manatees and terrible teen movies from the early 2000s.

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Getting a prescription for alcohol back was once kind of like getting a prescription for medical marijuana today.

Researchers discover site of 15 gloomy octopus, a species that has previously been known for being reclusive.

Archaeologists discovered what they believe to be ruins of the Roman city of Neapolis — underwater near Tunisia.

Children as young as 10 are being married (or forced into marriage) in the United States. And it's perfectly legal.

There are strategic reasons writers and creators of huge TV shows like 'Breaking Bad' and 'Game of Thrones' are splitting their seasons into two, shorter segments.

Alaska's Kodiak bears are gorging on berries instead of salmon because of warming temperatures, which could have a ripple effect on the island's ecology.

Many kids grow up with imaginary friends. Why do they rely on these make-believe playmates and are they a sign of trouble or great things?

Researchers from University of Texas Southwestern Medical Center have made a connection in mice between late-night eating and an increased risk of sunburn.

Trying to get verified on Twitter? It's way more random than you think.

Cricket farming is growing in popularity as people learn their nutritional importance, and environmental, economic and social sustainability.

U.S. mayors establish climate change resolutions in response to Donald Trump's decision to withdraw from the Paris Climate Accord.

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