Currently Creasing: Week of May 6
Here’s what our team has for you to bookmark & read this week
Gloom To Gratitude: 8 Skills To Cultivate Joy and survive life’s deep stressors.
The science is clear: The planet is warming. This fact can leave a home cook paralyzed at the stove or in the marketplace, choosing between the lamb and the tofu, the heritage carrots and the farm-raised fish. What to Cook in a Changing Climate.
What An Ethiopian Midwife Wishes People Knew About Her Job: In many countries, midwives get little respect. Selamawit Lake Fenta of Ethiopia tells why she is proud of her profession — and how she's advancing rights for midwives.
All Over The World, Thirsty Muslims Have Their Ramadan Go-To Drinks.
I am terrified my newborn girl will inherit my 22-year-long eating disorder: As she grows up, my baby will be with me at almost every moment, see everything I do, hear everything I say, and her little sponge-brain will absorb it all. Trigger Warning: Anorexia and recovery.
Physicians Get Addicted Too: We need to talk more (or rather start talking) about addiction in the Wellness community. This is a critical read. Lou Ortenzio was a trusted West Virginia doctor who got his patients—and himself—hooked on opioids. Now he’s trying to rescue his community from an epidemic he helped start.
Myers-Briggs? Work personality tests? Hogwarts houses? What Can a Personality Test Tell Us About Who We Are?
7 Things Parents Should Know About the Measles Outbreak: Medical processionals newer top questions.