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7 Things You Need To Know Today (September 14, 2018)

Including the latest research on how to work out effectively when you're strapped for time.

Emma Loewe
September 14

8 Things You Need To Know Today (September 11, 2018)

Wellness news you need to know today, including a new app for better patient care, eye movement therapy, and London Fashion Week going fur-free.

Gretchen Lidicker
September 11

6 Things You Need To Know Today (September 7, 2018)

Wellness news you need to know today, including dolphins with endocrine disrupters, major hospitals starting a drug company, and tennis for longevity.

Gretchen Lidicker
September 7

7 Things You Need To Know Today (September 5, 2018)

There's a link between using Tinder in a committed relationship and psychopathy, a new study finds.

Lindsay Kellner
September 5

7 Things You Need To Know Today (September 4, 2018)

Top wellness news today, including goats liking happy humans, the controversy surrounding hospital bills, and an injection that could clear acne.

Gretchen Lidicker
September 4

6 Things You Need To Know Today (August 30, 2018)

Climbing STD rates, air pollution's impact on our intelligence, and (some good news!) 3D printed eyeballs.

Lindsay Kellner
August 30

5 Things You Need To Know Today (August 29, 2018)

Top wellness news today, including a new type of brain cell, marijuana in breast milk, and the robot protecting coral reefs from invasive fish.

Gretchen Lidicker
August 29

5 Things You Need To Know Today (August 24, 2018)

Wellness news you need to know today, including rice genes and nitrogen pollution, honest placebo, and teens replacing texting with social media.

Gretchen Lidicker
August 24

5 Things You Need To Know Today (August 22, 2018)

All the wellness news you need to know today, including gut bacteria changing blood types, open workspaces and office stress, and wildfires on the...

Gretchen Lidicker
August 22

7 Things You Need To Know Today (August 21, 2018)

Including why we now have more trees in the world—but that may not be a good thing.

Emma Loewe
August 21