The Evolution of Hospital Care + Other Stories
Every week, we corral the best wellness stories from around the internet—just in time for your weekend bookmarking. This week: changing the way we view our genes, the stereotypes of fasting, and how a Norwegian psychologist is evolving hospital care.
A Scandinavian child psychologist is changing the way—and place—in which children and their families receive hospital care. And it’s all about the power of being in nature.
In a race against our global water crisis, making salt water drinkable is becoming more popular. What’s not: its potential environmental effects.
The New York Times
Two prominent historical figures—American activist Cesar Chavez and French philosopher Simone Weil—publicly fasted to express their beliefs. But only Weil was labeled anorexic. Philosophy Mariana Alessandri considers why in her fascinating op-ed.