Is Traffic a Public Health Issue? + Other Stories
Every week, we corral the best wellness stories from around the internet—just in time for your weekend bookmarking. This week: the physical and psychological effects of traffic, what scientists are suggesting to improve breastfeeding success, and a look at how corn has sneaked its way into nearly everything.
Artificial intelligence has the potential to reshape our world, but it still cannot compare to the incredibly dynamic and complex wiring in the human brain.
Corn is everywhere—in our food, our personal-care items, and even our IV solutions. So where does that leave someone who’s allergic to the cereal grain? In a state of hyperawareness.
The New York Times
If you’re a commuter in LA or NYC (or any major city, for that matter), take note: There’s a case to be made that sitting in gridlock could be a public health issue.
A new study suggests that delaying a newborn’s first bath may make it easier for her to latch on.