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.
We have all dealt with fear at some point in our lives. Whether it’s being on a roller coaster, watching a scary movie, losing your job, or being alone in the dark. Knowing what fear is doing to your brain though, can actually help you stop it. – via BigThink
This woman knew that labor and delivery is a mental, emotional, and physical battle and that she needed to prepare accordingly. Not only did she use typical pregnancy preparations, but she also prepared as an athlete would for the most important competition of their life. – via The New York Times
If you save up your pennies, you’ll end up with dollars. The same goes with exercise! Recent research shows that little movements DO count – even just a few extra movements today can add up to positively affect your tomorrow(s). Start small, work your way up, and see how those little movements really do add up. – via npr.org
With research showing how spending time in nature – regardless of the weather – can have long term benefits for our health and happiness, it becomes even more apparent the importance of spending time outside! – via Bustle
Dairy intolerance is a common food allergy, especially among young children. New research shows that healthy levels of good gut bacteria can stop this allergy from developing. – via Medical News Today
Imagine waking up one day and not being able to hear your husband, father, or any other male voice. That is exactly what happened to one woman with a rare form of hearing loss. – via Newsweek
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