The Neurological Impact of Motherhood + Other Stories
Every week, we corral the best wellness stories from around the internet—just in time for your weekend bookmarking. This week: how health insurance companies are tracking personal data, more evidence that green spaces benefit mental health, and how motherhood can change our brains.
The Boston Globe
Chelsea Conaboy takes a look at the transformations that occur in women’s brains during pregnancy and why so few of us are talking about it.
A disturbing look at how health insurance companies are tracking your personal data—and what they might be doing with the information.
A new study looks at the benefits of “cleaning and greening” empty city lots. The results? A “drop in neighborhood residents feeling depressed or worthless, with a slight uptick in overall resident mental health.”