7 Ways to Age Well in 2019 — The New York Times, December 24, 2018
Different contributors from the “Well” section of the NYT offer advice on what research can teach us about living longer and better (or just looking younger!). It ranges from exercising often (at least four times a week) to slowing the decline of aging with simple but smart choices related to the food we eat and how we nurture our friendships.

Protein mania: the rich world’s new diet obsession — The Guardian, January 4, 2019
If you are worrying about the amount of protein in your diet, then you are almost certainly eating more than enough.

What makes people happy? One woman walked 7,000 miles to find outToday, December 26, 2018
Paula Francis, the co-founder of Growth Happiness USA, hopes her quest will change the country and people’s lives.

How Much of the Internet Is Fake? Turns Out, a Lot of It, Actually — The New York Magazine, December 26, 2018
Studies generally suggest that less than 60 percent of web traffic is human; and some years, it seems that a healthy majority of it is bot. The author reviews the evidence and concludes that we might all “end up on the bot internet of fake people, fake clicks, fake sites, and fake computers, where the only real thing is the ads.”

The $4 Trillion Reason So Many Companies Are Rebranding for Wellness — Quartz, December 5, 2018
With the wellness economy growing at nearly twice the rate of the global economy, it’s no surprise companies are trying to align themselves with the growing demand.

 

 

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