Monday’s Roundup: The first affordable, at-home fertility tests, the nap bar phenomenon, and more

August 14, 2017 Kimberly Williams

monday roundup

Keep calm and Monday on with some welcome distractions from around the web. 

"As I started talking to more women it was clear there was a lot of anxiety over fertility but no way to afford to test it." Tech companies are currently working on the first affordable, at-home fertility tests.

It’s not too late to learn how to surf this summer! Here are 9 things you need to know before hitting the white water for the first time.

No matter how much coffee you drink, sometimes you can’t escape the urge to nap. ‘Nap bars’ are popping up in cities for those who need to catch some Z’s when their bed is too far.

Researchers have discovered that Vitamin B-3 has the potential to limit birth defects and miscarriages.

Love TED Talks but never quite have to time to watch them? This roundup of wellness-inspired talks will give you the skinny on how to stay healthy—both mentally and physically.

This watermelon and halloumi salad is the key to sweet and savory harmony and it also packs an unexpected punch.  

Before you lose it on the copy machine a la Office Space, consider these tips on the scientific way of dealing with workplace burnout.

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