9 Things to Know This Week (12 April 2019)

9 Things to Know This Week (12 April 2019)

A weekly series that highlights 9 things to know from the best stories on the web this week

 

1. Electric lights have revolutionized our lives, but as light pollution increases, so do the negative effects on our ecosystems. Animals who are dependent on darkness for their lifestyles suffer; and our own biochemical rythms get messed up [National Geographic]

 

2. What it took to get the first picture of a Black Hole [Time]

 

3. How to tell if you’ve bought the wrong running shoes [Women’s Health]

 

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4. According to a new study, most of us need vitamins but pills won’t help – it’s food sources we need. [Popular Science]

 

5. 3 Tips from Pro Organizers to Transform Any Space from a ‘Before’ to an ‘After’ [Food52]

 

6. Regular exercise changes the look and workings of the human heart. And researchers are discovering that different sports affect the heart differently, by studying the hearts of runners vs. the hearts of swimmers [NY Times]

 

7. How a major accident revealed my resilience [Man Repeller]

 

8. How to simplify your life and save time and money [Mind Body Green]

 

9. Pace setters are a staple in South African road running. Here top pace setters share their secrets to making sure runners get to the finish line on time [Runner’s World]

 

Main Collage by Feige Lewin

 

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Zissy Lewin

Zissy is the co-founder of Nutreats. She likes to make things, do things and wear things.
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