These days, we are taught to be suspicious of our hunger cues. Many people wonder if what they perceive as hunger could actually be boredom, dehydration or emotional eating. Here are some things to consider when evaluating hunger cues.
We might be able to blame the heat for our bad decisions: A small study published this week found that college students who lived in dorms without air conditioning during a heat wave did worse on cognitive assessments than students who had air conditioning.
Interior designer Joan Craig sees many clients who give the decorating of their living room or kitchen a lot of thought. Yet while “people have become much more attuned to developing personality inside a house,” she says, “the outside becomes something that often can be much more generic.”
The term “binge watch” or the sight of someone aimlessly scrolling on their phone have become common things and prove that, in some degree or another, most of us are glued to our screens. But we’re not powerless.
In selfies, a woman documented a lump under her skin for weeks before doctors were able to remove it — and it didn't stay in one place, according to a case report in the New England Journal of Medicine.
Healthy eating is a worthwhile endeavor. It’s definitely common to put at least some emphasis on meal planning, making nutritious choices and fueling your body. But for some, healthy eating gets taken to extremes.