The Best Links of the Week: October 27, 2018

Let The Sunshine In Your Space For This Scientifically Hygienic Reason [mindbodygreen]

Germany's new hydrogen-powered trains point the way to sustainable rail travel [NBC]

A Daily Routine To Strengthen Your Vagus Nerve & Calm Anxiety [mindbodygreen]

Researchers Have Found Microplastics in Human Waste for the First Time [TIME]

Our Gut Microbiota Almost Fully Recovers After Antibiotics [mindbodygreen]

How to Talk to Conservatives About Climate Change [The Future Is Electric]

The Sugar-Anxiety Connection You Need To Know About [mindbodygreen]

You Can Totally Make Perfectly Roasted Veggies Without Oil [Well + Good]

Are To-Go Containers Always Bad For The Environment? [mindbodygreen]

Green Thumbs Agree: These Are the Best Bathroom Plants [Well + Good]

The Real Reason You Should Be Eating Organic Foods [mindbodygreen]

For a lower climate footprint, vegetarian diet beats local [Science Daily]

Don't Make This Mistake When You Buy CBD Oil [mindbodygreen]

The smell of lavender is relaxing, science confirms [MedicalXpress]

How to Design Gardens for Natural Irrigation [One Green Planet]

Breathing through the nose aids memory storage [Science Daily]

Why meat consumption isn't sustainable [mother nature network]

Stress May Be Literally Shrinking Your Brain [mindbodygreen]

Coffee May Tame the Redness of Rosacea [New York Times]

Stop Living In “Someday” [Medium]

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