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.
There are many parents who struggle with trying to keep their kids away from staring at a screen on a daily basis. New studies are showing how badly this is impacting children’s cognitive function, sleep, and physical health. – via Newsweek
When the Department of Health and Human Services’ updated their physical activity guidelines recently, they had a very practical approach. “Sit less, move more” is their advice; pointing out that being active for multiple small periods throughout the day is just as beneficial as a full workout. – via TIME
New research is showing us how the cells in your nose can actually detect and protect us against invading bacteria. – via Medical News Today
Whether male or female, this article just proves that self care isn’t just a want, it is absolutely necessary. How can we care for others with our best when we don’t feel our best? – via The New York Times
Studies have shown that our bodies actually burn more calories in the evening versus the morning, showing us that skipping breakfast in favor of intermittent fasting can have a powerful effect on your fat burning abilities. – via BigThink
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