There May Be Toxins in Your Child’s Baby Food + Other Stories
Every week, we corral the best wellness stories from around the internet—just in time for your weekend bookmarking. This week: how hospitals’ carbon emissions could be making us sick, a drink that could replace the effects of fasting, and alarming ingredients found in popular baby foods.
The New Yorker
Prompted by a recent study, Rena Xu takes a look at how the gender conversation is making its way into the medical and healthcare field.
New studies involving popular baby foods have unearthed some alarming, toxic ingredients associated with developmental disabilities, neurotoxicity, and even cancer.
Could hospitals be causing more harm than good? Nicole Westman explains how the US healthcare system’s carbon footprint is negatively affecting our health—and planet.
A new performance-enhancing drink promises to simulate the benefits of a ketogenic diet—including increased weight loss and improved brain function.