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  1. science of us
    End Your Shower With a Second ShowerWhy you should cap your hot shower with a tiny cold one.
  2. science of us
    I’m Terrified of Neti PotsNo brain-eating amoebas for me, thank you.
  3. health
    Could Eating Raw Cookie Dough Kill You?We spoke to a public-health expert who dares to regularly eat cookie dough.
  4. mental health
    11 Natural Remedies for AnxietyFrom walking meditation to CBD oil to passionflower.
  5. science of us
    The Next Milk Is Sesame “Milk”The milk frontier knows no bounds.
  6. science of us
    Why the Idea of ‘the One’ Is a New and Stressful ConceptWhat should we expect from marriage?
  7. piece of work
    How to Get Your Annoying Co-worker to Leave You AloneWhat to do when subtle, nonverbal cues aren’t enough.
  8. dating
    5 Tips for Making a Long-Distance Relationship WorkHow often should you text or talk on the phone? When should you visit each other?
  9. science of us
    Is This Blood Clot Horrifying — or Beautiful?A patient coughed up a beautiful blood clot in the shape of the right bronchial tree.
  10. technology
    A Wellness Blogger From the 1400s Weighs InGuten tag.
  11. science of us
    Why People Are So Good at Being Kind and Being CruelTogether they “make perfect sense.”
  12. science of us
    Why Do I Want to Smoosh This Cute Baby Seal?And why we “can’t handle” them.
  13. am i dying
    I’m Seeing Spots, Is This the End As I Know It?The spectre of “floaters,” and what to look out for.
  14. science of us
    How to See Your Ego Blind SpotsExamining the hidden beliefs that drive us to have the same maddening reactions over and over.
  15. science of us
    This Is the Shortest Workout You Can Do to Cheer Yourself UpGreat news if you want to be happy but hate working out.
  16. science of us
    Here’s What Text Therapy Is Really LikeThree friends spent four months in online therapy; now, they’re publishing their conversations.
  17. science of us
    Everyone Is Probably Getting Enough ProteinThere’s no need to supplement.
  18. science of us
    Butter Coffee? No, I’m on Cheese Coffee Now.An excuse to try the traditional Scandinavian drink/meal.
  19. science of us
    Can Going to a Sauna Make Me Happy?The therapeutic effects of getting hot for an hour.
  20. science of us
    The Best Personality Type Sounds a Lot Like MeDo you, too, have what a group of psychologists have determined to be the healthiest personality?
  21. science of us
    What to Say When You Don’t Know What to SayHow to be supportive when words seem pointless.
  22. science of us
    Sleep Fixes EverythingIf you don’t get enough, you’ll be angrier, and more anxious.
  23. science of us
    How Often Should I Wash My Office Water Bottle?I must know.
  24. science of us
    Why Do I Get Stressed Out at Night?For many people, stress is worse at night than in the morning. Here’s why.
  25. science of us
    4 Words to Say to Someone Who Has to Get a Root CanalIn this case, it’s fine to sort of lie.
  26. science of us
    I’m Ready to Go 86 Percent VegetarianA recent editorial pushed me into once-a-week territory.
  27. thanksgiving
    What It Means to ‘Feel Fat’It’s subtly different, and more fleeting, than having an overarchingly unhealthy body image.
  28. gratitude
    5 Reasons Giving Thanks Can Improve Your LifeSappy, but psychologically effective.
  29. science of us
    How to Digest a Gigantic MealUseful tips for for getting it all moving this holiday season.
  30. science of us
    How to Actually Interpret Your DreamsThe mysterious power of the dream group, and how to start one.
  31. science of us
    It’s Good to Imagine Being EmbarrassedWhat’s the worst that could happen? Seriously.
  32. science of us
    Reading Fiction Makes You a Little NicerSave the publishing industry and save yourself.
  33. science of us
    I Have So Many Questions About GoutLooking up answers after seeing The Favourite.
  34. science of us
    Does Your Apartment Have Friendly Microbes?On the difference between ground-floor microbes and the ones found higher up.
  35. piece of work
    Meetings Should Be ShorterWe tend to take up the time we’re given, so let’s start with less.
  36. science of us
    I’m Going to Meditate This Weekend If It Kills MeThis is going to change everything.
  37. science of us
    We’ll All Be Eating This Snack in 2019Water lily seeds and other wellness predictions for next year.
  38. science of us
    Beware Autumnal GonorrheaThe STI (and many other infectious diseases) fluctuate with the seasons.
  39. What It’s Like to Detest the Sound of People EatingChewing, lip smacking, and even loud breathing can trigger deep anxiety and rage in people with misophonia.
  40. science of us
    Would Life Be Better If I Cried More?People feel more connected to people who are crying. I want in.
  41. science of us
    I Cherish My Period TrackerThe apps may not all be perfect, but I love this one.
  42. science of us
    Why Are All Stories About Millennials and Sex Like This?Old people love having sex — in fact, they used to have it uphill, both ways, in the snow.
  43. science of us
    Diets Only Work If You Believe They WillVox’s Julia Belluz on her night in a metabolism chamber.
  44. science of us
    Lie About Yourself Enough and Even You’ll Believe ItOur “memories” are more malleable than we think.
  45. office hours
    There’s Only One Good Way to Email Your BossMy boss gets 500 emails a day. Here’s how I get her to reply quickly.
  46. science of us
    In Defense of the Micro WorkoutEven brief exercise counts now, according to new government guidelines.
  47. science of us
    Schadenfreude Turns You Into a Temporary PsychopathWe bet you really feel bad now.
  48. science of us
    I Haven’t Washed My Face in Two YearsAn experiment in going without.
  49. science of us
    What Should We Call Frankenmeat?Lab-grown meat companies want a better name.
  50. science of us
    I’ve Been Comforted by a StrawberryWhy we stress-eat and how to embrace it (or reroute it).
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