You Better Have a Good Reason For That Tattoo

Researchers look at what leads to tattoo stigma and regret Tattoos aren’t taboo anymore, right? Common sense suggests we are in a post-stigma era when it comes to body ink, but recent behavioral research suggests we may not have reached total tattoo acceptance just yet. A study published in The Social Science Journal looked atRead More

Read This Before Grocery Shopping

“I sat in the parking lot, ripped open the bag of M&M’s and gobbled them as fast as I could,” one of my clients recently told me. She had gone to the supermarket right after she left work, upset about an e-mail a colleague had sent, and drowned her despair in candy. No matter whatRead More

Why You Should Let Kids Eat Dirt

Kids who are exposed to more germs before age one are less likely to have allergies and asthma a new study shows Infants who are exposed to unsavory things like rodent and pet dander, roach allergens and household bacteria during their first year are actually less to suffer from allergies and asthma, Johns Hopkins researchersRead More