Kathy Landin is a freelance internet pop-culture junkie (and web video producer). For a brief time in 2011, she was THIS close to being Charlie Sheen's social media intern for the summer. She's blogged for local TV stations, anonymous dating adventures and stupid advice columns. Mostly she entertains herself by practicing the fine art of idiocy, which you can watch in Kathy Landin's "I'm an Idiot" Show. Or, if you have a short attention span, get 140 characters of idiocy on Twitter.
It’s Time to Rethink These Breast Cancer Myths — Risks, Causes, Prevention Methods
Too many myths exist about the risk, contraction and treatment of breast cancer. It's time to put five of them to rest.
Advances in Breast Cancer Research and Treatment Give Hope, Save Lives
FIve exciting new research findings that should greatly benefit victims of and those at risk for breast cancer.
How to Be the Best Support for Someone Who Has Breast Cancer
These seven ways of supporting your loved one who has breast cancer could really make a difference.
Fight Breast Cancer With These 7 Foods
Breast Cancer Awareness Month is a good reminder to focus on how our diets affect our health.
Staying Fit and Active Lowers Your Risk of Breast Cancer
Exercise — it could be the most important thing you do to decrease your risk of contracting breast cancer.
Cut Your Risk of Breast Cancer by Exercising and Staying Active
Apparently it’s quite simple: exercise reduces a woman’s risk of breast cancer.
What Exactly Is a 401(k)? 5 Things to Know About Your Retirement Fund
The primary source of retirement money for many Americans is also a source of confusion.
Autism Awareness Month — 10 Celebrities Touched by Autism
A look at 10 celebrities who either have autism in their families or have it themselves. They have shared their stories, started foundations and supported other autism organizations.
The Best Autism Resources on the Web to Help Kids, Teachers, Employers & More
A guide for where to look online for the best autism resources available.
Autism Awareness Month — 10 Myths About Autism Busted
First of all: no, vaccines do not cause autism. For Autism Awareness Month, we take a look that and nine other damaging myths about autism spectrum disorder.