Currently Creasing: Week of July 29
Here’s what our team has for you to bookmark & read this week
E. coli superbug strains can persist in healthy women's guts: A study of over 1,000 healthy women with no urinary tract infection symptoms showed nearly 9% carried multi-drug resistant Escherichia coli strains in their guts.
The Hidden Costs of Automated Thinking: Over-reliance on artificial intelligence may put us in intellectual debt.
How would Trump’s food stamp plan affect low-income Americans?: The Trump administration has proposed a new rule that could eliminate food stamp benefits for 3.1 million Americans if the change goes into effect.
Top Dermatologists Answer All Your Questions About Sunscreen: What’s the difference anyway between chemical versus mineral sunscreens?
How To Help Your Anxious Partner — And Yourself: Living with anxiety can be tough — your thoughts might race, you might dread tasks others find simple (like driving to work) and your worries might feel inescapable. But loving someone with anxiety can be hard too.
The Neuroscience of Pain: Brain imaging is illuminating the neural patterns behind pain’s infinite variety.
Are Anti-vaxxers Conscientious Objectors?: When it comes to public health, there’s a duty to make moral decisions communally.
Do Lox and Other Smoked Fish Increase Cancer Risk? From a cancer risk perspective, the American Institute for Cancer Research considers smoked and cured fish in the same category as processed meats.