Featured by Isobel Whitcomb
Young athletes are training too early, too hard, and with too little variety
It doesn’t take 10,000 hours to excel at a sport.
Probiotics are more hype than science
Experts say that the marketing for these supplements has outpaced the actual science.
What extreme heat means for the future of the Summer Olympics
Experts are calling for changes ranging from the timing of events to the bidding process.
Mental wellness apps are basically the Wild West of therapy
Therapy apps are booming, but mental health experts have vetted precious few.
Is working from home damaging your eyes?
Eye strain is no fun, but don’t panic about your long term eye health.
Meditation isn’t always calming. For a select few, it may lead to psychosis.
Meditation has a very real effect on the brain—and for some people, there are side effects involved.
Are hyperbaric chambers really a fountain of youth?
Hyperbaric spas say their treatments are based on science—but the evidence is thin.
How does BMI change your COVID-19 risk? The answer reveals how little we know about body fat and health.
A body of literature challenges the notion that being fat is directly correlated with being unhealthy.
The truth about counting calories
All bodies and foods are not the same.