Monday's Roundup: Social media habits that mess with your mental health, & more...

“Autumn is a second spring when every leaf is a flower.” -- Albert Camus. Here’s to turning your Monday into a vibrant, colorful day with our favorite articles from around the web!

"This study is the first to examine mixtures of chemicals that are widely used in personal care products in relation to hormones in healthy, reproductive-age women”. Researchers have discovered that chemicals in beauty products may harm women’s hormones.

Taking the pill can be surprisingly...inconvenient. Even if you have an alarm set on your phone each day, it can still manage to slip your mind. Do you really have to take that last week of placebos? Here’s what you need to know about the last week of birth control pills or placebo pills.

The MIT Technology Review revealed that research has shown the average person in the United States spends 23.6 hours per week online. If you aren’t mindful of how you spend your time on social media, it could negatively impact your mental health.

Are CBD (cannibidiol) suppositories safe for your vagina? While CBD is know to have pain-relieving properties, does it do more damage than good when it comes to your precious lady cargo?

Have you heard of Katana? It’s a device that you can attach to your smartphone to send out an alarm signal when you're in danger.

“Aside from the gas exchange element of getting more oxygen into your body, breathing can help create core pressure that stabilizes your spine.” Here’s why you should focus on your breathing techniques while you’re getting your workout on.