Plus, valuable tips on how we all can do the same.
A recent study provides us with an idea of how getting more sleep combined with waking up earlier can improve our mental health.
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Pregnant asian female patient laying in bed preparing for childbirth with the help of laughing gas Laughter might really be the best medicine — well, kind of. A new study published Wednesday in Science Translational Medicine shows that nitrous oxide (also known as laughing gas) can help reduce symptoms of depression in individuals who might not respond to other medications. You might have been given laughing gas during a dental procedure, or even while giving birth — it’s a mild sedative gas tha
Plus, studies show that pausing for short periods of rest throughout allows you to better learn new skills.
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Star-driven tentpoles, however, aren’t the only game in town, as illustrated by the finest debuts of the past month, which—be it Mads Mikkelsen’s idiosyncratic comedy-revenge-drama Riders of Justice, the sterling animated adventure The Mitchells vs. the Machines, or the sparse indie thriller The Killing of Two Lovers—are a diverse bunch that can be seen in theaters or on VOD (and Netflix). Zhang Yimou (Hero, House of Flying Daggers) brings glamorous style to familiar spy-movie clichés with Cliff Walkers, a knotty 1930s-set espionage saga in which four Chinese communist agents sneak into Japan-occupied Manchuria to smuggle out the sole survivor of a torture camp. Be it early shots from the perspective of its parachuting-through-trees protagonists, or a snowy attempt to infiltrate a metropolitan gala, Zhang blends Hitchcockian suspense with Dr. Zhivago beauty, all while simultaneously shouting out to (among others) Charlie Chaplin and Sergio Leone.
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When it comes to protecting your mental health, little choices you make in the morning can make all the difference. While no morning will ever look like a beautiful instagram-friendly scene of journaling, coffee and silence and it’s unlikely you’ll have your family consistently doing nighttime gratitude exercises or yoga, you can take steps to […]
As a busy, working mom of three I fully understand the difficulties that come with prioritizing your own needs. I often go through an entire day without eating a full meal, drinking enough water or even peeing when I need to. My mental health needs — like my meditation and yoga practice, seeing a therapist […]
Calm isn't the only company coming through in support of Naomi Osaka. Many of her other sponsors stood in public solidarity as well.
Like so many film projects, the premiere of the In the Heights film, Jon Chu's movie adaptation of Lin-Manuel Miranda's Tony-winning musical, was pushed back for roughly a year because of the coronavirus pandemic. Miranda not only created In the Heights, he also starred in the Broadway show as Usnavi. Anthony Ramos will follow in Miranda's footsteps, playing Usnavi in the upcoming movie.
There's a good reason Meghan wears shoes that are too big for her. Women in the royal family are constantly in the spotlight, so naturally they've developed a repertoire of fashion and styling hacks to ensure all of their formal (or even non-formal) events run smoothly. Here's a comprehensive list of the genius wardrobe tricks that have helped Kate Middleton, Meghan Markle, and Princess Diana pull off their chicest ensembles.
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In The Heights might just be the movie of 2021. After nearly a year-and-a-half of Covid-19 lockdown, it feels like a summer-set, modern-day musical—complete with those signature catchy Lin-Manuel Miranda songs, and dancing in the street—is the exact movie everyone needs right now. The movie's lead feels like a natural pick, as Anthony Ramos played key supporting roles in the original cast of Miranda's megahit musical Hamilton.
The pair talked about a shared passion — early childhood development — and "could have kept going for hours!"
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