Monday’s Roundup: Alcohol’s impact on antibiotics, women working to cure childhood cancer, the car-less layout of future cities, & more

September 25, 2017 Kimberly Williams

Fall is officially here! Whether it’s busting out the comfy sweaters or admiring the leaves, here are our favorite weekly posts to accompany your autumn routine.

You’ve been prescribed antibiotics but your social life says, “Just a few drinks at happy hour!” This explanation of why it’s a bad idea to combine drinks with antibiotics will have your liver (and immune system) thanking you.

"No one even mentioned it or asked me how I was doing, I think because they were worried they’d upset me.” While conversations about conceiving aren’t easy to navigate, here’s what to say, and what NOT to say to someone going through IVF.

September is National Childhood Cancer Awareness Month. Meet five women from St. Jude Children’s Research Hospital who are working to cure childhood cancer.

“Things going on in our minds really affect our physical health." Researchers have found a link between female survivors of trauma and lupus.

Perhaps the city of the future won’t look like the Jetsons, but more like the cities created before cars were. An interesting look into how the aesthetic of cities will change as technology advances.

This vegan eggplant Sloppy Joe is a great way to reminisce about your summer camp days without having to wonder how that mystery meat got its name.


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