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.
Coffee lovers out there – apparently 54% of us – unite! Coffee actually does make us better, faster, smarter, and stronger. This liquid confidence gives us both short term benefits and possible long term benefits, with little to no long-term negative side affects. – via Reader’s Digest
Not feeling inspired or motivated to tackle that to-do list? Blame inflammation. New studies are showing how chronic inflammation could alter brain systems and in turn, motivation levels. – via Medical News Today
Are extreme athletes the only people you can think of who push the limits of human endurance? If so, think again. – via CNN.com
While the wellness world already loves infrared saunas, research is continuing to support just how beneficial they can be for your health. In fact, a single sauna session can have the same effects on your body as moderate exercise. – via Science Daily
Researchers are now looking at the link between an imbalanced microbiome and fast spreading breast cancer. – via Medical News Today
Just when you think getting rid of your roundup weed killer was enough, EWG hits us with the reality about some processed foods that have been linked to having trace amounts of the cancer causing agent. Looks like morning smoothies are making a comeback! – via Popsugar
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