The Dutch solution to stress
We live in an era where hyper-productivity seems to be the norm, which can be draining. The BBC suggests that we try out Niksen, Dutch wellness trend, to manage our stress and avoid burnout.
The truth about booze: How alcohol really affects your body, from first flush of happiness to hangover hell
Did you know that the first sip of your favorite drink can kick in almost as soon as it hits your mouth? The Guardian breaks down the science behind alcohol and how it affects our brains and bodies.
Is digital violence in an AI era yet another threat to women?
Experts are pushing for comprehensive policies and criminalization of those who create AI integration apps which can produce hyperrealistic erotic images and videos - mainly of women. El Pais reports.
The best kind of nap, according to experts: Short, early and not in bed
Are you a serial napper? A recent study has discovered a 23% higher risk of obesity in people who take long naps during the day. El Pais gives some tips on how to nap more healthily.
The Washington Post reports on a proposed exercise trial for long-covid patients. Some people fear that such a trial could be dangerous for patients suffering from myalgic encephalomyelitis (ME/CFS).
The benefits of spending time in nature are well-known, but new research shows that birds can offer an extra wellness boost. The Washington Post explains why we should be tuning in to their songs.
For 25 years, Ludwig Minelli has dedicated himself to helping people from around the world to die with dignity. This is an interview with the poster boy for an early death and a long life.
How loneliness damages the brain and the health of the elderly
In Western nations, it is estimated that up to 40% of the older generation feel lonely. El Pais explores the impact that this can have on both their mental and physical health.
A rare pre-birth condition meant that a baby had a 1% chance of survival. The Post reports on a mother's journey to save her unborn child.
The Guardian underlines the dangers associated with prolonged sitting but debunks the common myth that 'sitting is the new smoking'. The key takeaway: remember to take breaks frequently.
Monkeypox: WHO declares global emergency over
Monkeypox is no longer a global public health emergency, according to the World Health Organization (WHO). It's been almost a year since the threat was first raised. The BBC reports.
Writing in The Guardian, Alison Hitchcock describes how she offered to support a cancer-stricken friend by writing to him during his treatment. The experience proved beneficial to both of them.