The Reason Food off Someone Else’s Plate Always Seems to Taste Better, According to Science
“Can I try that?” “Are you going to eat that?” Part of the appeal in eating out is in not having to spend the time or effort preparing food or cleaning up after yourself. But
The Nutrition Field Is Incredibly White — Here’s Why That’s Harmful for BIPOC Communities
From your daily smoothie to whether you opt for brown rice or white rice, nutrition impacts everything from your energy levels to your ability to score quality sleep, as well as any exercise goals and recovery efforts.
‘The Strength of Weak Ties’ Then and Now, Show Me Your Kale-Face, R.I.P. to Labels ‘Millennial’ and ‘Gen Z,’ and More
Oh, kale no! When I (Evan) was a kid, about five or so, I loved Popeye—the cartoon sailor man with ridiculously large forearms and a passion for spinach. In a violation of unspoken kid law
Fetuses Smile for Carrots but Grimace Over Kale, Study Suggests
While it is known that some children are not huge fans of greens, a new study suggests that such dietary preferences could come about before they’re even born. Fetuses create more of a “laughter-face” in the
How Our Friends Affect Our Food
In 2013, Jon Stewart, then the host of The Daily Show, set aside the program’s usual focus on politics to talk about something more important: pizza, specifically Chicago-style deep-dish pizza. “Deep-dish pizza is not only not better than
New Research From Clinical Psychological Science
A sample of research on an intervention for trauma recovery for refugees, attention regulation in schizophrenia, social anxiety disorder and childhood maltreatment, smoking and psychopathology, substance use and sexual-minority status, food expectations and fast-food intake, repetitive negative thinking and affect and depressive symptoms, polytraumatization and psychopathology, and suicide ideation.