Every week we hand-pick the most interesting and buzz-worthy wellness news and put them all in one place. Health is never boring with these stories from around the web.
With viruses and sickness all around this time of year, you may want to pay close attention to what you are cleaning- as it could help prevent you from getting sick since the flu virus can linger on certain surfaces long after your flu has past. – via Reader’s Digest
The city’s food department is cracking down on all restaurants serving popular CBD-infused products. Since CBD isn’t considered ”safe to eat” all restaurants currently in the CBD market will be required to cease serving these edibles. – via Bustle
At the end of the work day, are you left aching? You’re not alone. Experiencing neck, shoulder, and back pain may be a direct result of your desk at work. Research suggests that changing simple things, such as the way your computer monitor or keyboard are angled, can help drastically. – via The New York Times
Hawaii has decided to take a stand against the lethal affects of cigarettes by changing the legal purchasing age over the next few years. The new desired age is a surprising 100 years old. – via CNN.com
We all know that one person who struggles with road rage or it may even be yourself. A recent study has shown that traffic is getting worse and worse for both our mental and physical health. – via BigThink
Mindfulness is not just for the wellness world anymore, but for the world itself! More and more are realizing its powerful benefits for dealing with life stressors and even schools, like this one, are implementing it so students learn from a young age how to deal with stress better. – via The New York Times
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