But don't make it espresso or French press. Scientists agree: Drinking coffee is good for you. That's good news if, like most Americans, you enjoy coffee and perhaps rely on it to help you wake up in the morning or stay alert during the day. In the last couple of years, more detailed research on …
Think about your household’s monthly expenses. There are the big-ticket items — your rent or mortgage, your health care, maybe a student loan. Then there’s the smaller stuff: the utility bills; the internet and phone bills; Netflix, Hulu, and all your other streaming subscriptions. If you drive a …
Why You Should Eat a Banana Each Night Before BedCurated byWell+Good
Ready to crawl into bed after a long day of "normal human" cosplay? Hoping to fall asleep fast instead of staring at your ceiling for hours? You probably already have the ingredients you need for a dietitian-approved bedtime snack that'll help you drift off. In an episode of Well+Good's YouTube series You Versus Food, Tracy Lockwood Beckerman, MS, RD, makes a strong case for a banana with peanut butter as the best snack for better sleep.
In the story of our lives, we might be the main character, but work is the dominating theme, our constant motivation. It's the central thing we do as adults, the primary focus of our mental function for most hours of the day, most days of the week. The types of jobs we have influence who we know, …
PsychopathsCurated byBig Think
Psychopaths walk among us. They constitute about 1 percent of the population, which means that at least one of your friends, family members, or coworkers is likely a psychopath. While most psychopaths do not commit crimes or engage in antisocial behavior, many criminals are psychopaths. So, scientists are interested in understanding psychopathy. What do we know about them? Are you a psychopath?