Law enforcement has used chemical crowd control agents across the U.S. this summer. Protestors and some experts suspect tear gas exposure is causing abrupt and painful changes to menstrual cycles. Read Tear Gaslighting: Is There a Link Between Protesting and Messed Up Periods? Marie Claire, August 2020
Women across the United States and beyond are taking their mental health in their own hands by microdosing magic mushrooms. Online networks and friends teach each other how to take small amounts of mushrooms containing psilocybin, the psychoactive compound in ‘shrooms, several times a week. Initial research shows the possibility that microdosing mushrooms could have…
Neuroscience explains how the Fijian principles of happiness can cultivate long-term joy. This article, sponsored by the Fijian tourism board, shares how anyone can adopt the Bula philosophy—no matter where in the world they are. Read the article on Thrive Global or download it to read later.
Even if your New Year’s resolutions fizzle before you’ve reached success, this year doesn’t have to be the same. Here, six women share what they’re trying to achieve, and experts bring customized advice to how they can finally get what they want in career, fitness, weight loss and more. Read the story online, Women’s Health,…
This primer to acupuncture—the ancient practice that both alternative pros and mainstream M.D.s applaud—pinpoints everything you need to know to feel great. Read Put a pin in it!, Natural Health September/October 2014
Taking care of your little one during her first year—through the colds, the nap strikes, the diaper rashes—is tough, but you’re not alone. The health news in American Baby helps you keep your sweetie smiling. Read August’s Baby: The Amazing First Year, American Baby.
How you feel these 40 weeks can give you insight into the next 40 years. Learn what to do now and once Baby arrives to score better check-ups for a lifetime. Read Be Healthier After Baby, Fit Pregnancy, August/September 2014