The End of Hangovers? + Other Stories
Every week, we corral the best wellness stories from around the internet—just in time for your weekend bookmarking. This week: a potential new antidote to the dreaded hangover, why rising carbon dioxide levels could have long-term detrimental effects, and a look at the complicated relationship between the baby-formula industry and US health policies.
According to researchers, there’s a domino effect caused by the rising levels of carbon dioxide: less-nutritious crops resulting in fewer nutrients in food and humans’ higher susceptibility to illness and disease.
As delegates seek to undermine a worldwide resolution to support breastfeeding, writer Olga Khazan takes a look at the complex relationship between US health policy and the baby-formula industry.
The New York Times
A baby’s life-threatening heart condition prompted doctors to perform an experimental operation. Now scientists believe the new procedure could save millions of lives.