Celebrity beauty is an elaborate fiction
Do the instagram accounts dedicated to pointing out how help us feel better?
There is a reason apps make it so fun to track your health
Health data is valuable: Your employer wants it, your insurers want it, and you're only too happy to give it away to apps for free.
Quick-fix cold and flu remedies do nothing but make you poorer
Emergen-C, zinc, detox baths, vitamins, echinacea: it’s all garbage. Chicken soup, though, works.
For the love of all that is holy, please wear sunscreen
Despite what a recent viral article claimed, sunscreen does not prevent you from getting enough Vitamin D, and protects you from cancer.
Your boss wants you healthy for all the wrong reasons
Corporate “wellness programs” are the hottest trend in passing off surveillance as care.
Activated charcoal is an actual detox product, which is why you should avoid it
And definitely don’t use it on your teeth.
Eating gummies is not a substitute for wearing sunscreen
Gummies, “drops,” and oral supplements are not a substitution for the greasy topical goop.
Here’s why that girl drank her dog’s piss
You can, but why would you?