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.
Technology used to bridge loneliness rather than continue it – how this app may help. – via The New York Times
The pros of working fewer hours and fewer days are now backed up by science. Four day work weeks are proving to enhance productivity in the workplace, while also improving employee moral with long weekends. – via BigThink
If you are someone who wants to create a deeper bond in your relationship or even just practice your gaming skills then look no further than a classic board game. With research showing that couples release oxytocin when playing board games, why not plan an in-house date night! – via Medical News Today
Some women experience pregnancy depression more severe than others but it is still unfortunately on the rise. This can be a huge struggle and can really effect the way they experience life with a newborn. A recent study has shown that pregnancy depression whether it happens during or after pregnancy can be prevented. – via The New York Times
Research is showing that those who do well in school tend to also be well liked by their peers, and how being less popular correlates with poorer academic performance and rates of depression. – via Science Daily
Are you a early riser or a night owl? Research now suggests that your answer could affect how productive you are at work. – via Newsweek
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