America’s Most Stressed Out Generation Yet + Other Stories
Every week, we corral the best wellness stories from around the internet—just in time for your weekend bookmarking. This week: How the air you breathe could affect your unborn baby, why American teens are more stressed than ever, and a new discovery reveals how our brains cleanse themselves of toxins.
Roundup—the world’s most popular herbicide—may contain cancer-causing chemicals. To make matters worse, alarming new evidence suggests its manufacturer, Monsanto, concealed evidence.
The New York Times Magazine
High school administrators across the country are witnessing an increase of students who are anxious and overwhelmed. Benoit Denizet-Lewis examines what’s stressing them out.
Scientists have discovered a system of vessels that carry toxins away from our brains, which may help us better understand more on how the mind works.
In a first-of-its-kind study, researchers found that pregnant women who breathed dirty air were more likely to give birth to babies at risk of “accelerated aging.” Here, a closer look at our vulnerability to air pollution.