Stress and Anxiety around the World + Other Stories
Every week, we corral the best wellness stories from around the internet—just in time for your weekend bookmarking. This week: a revived theory on the origins of Alzheimer’s, the changing way adolescents perceive gender norms, and the safety concerns surrounding baby walkers.
Gallup has released its forth annual Global Emotions Report, which gives a look at the emotional temperatures of people in more than 145 countries.
A new study led by pediatricians cites multiple safety concerns over these popular walkers and recommends banning them once and for all.
The New York Times
Gender equality, gender roles, gender expectations—these are a few of the topics explored in a new poll of 1,000 American children and adolescents. What their answers reveal is an interesting shift in perspective.
Could Alzheimer’s be caused by a germ? Dr. Leslie Norins is reviving interest in this decades-old theory.