What makes a healthy habit a trend?

I don’t know if I’m just seeing everything through “outdoor-tinted glasses” or if the furniture industry, is indeed, trying to make us feel like we’re perpetually outside. That’s what it felt like at the International Contemporary Furniture Fair, May 17–20, in New York City.

According to a recent report by the NPD, fruit is the second most popular food consumed in the United States today.

Hoboken, NJ—New research may help improve psoriasis symptoms including redness, skin hardening and flaking without side effects and improve the effectiveness of standard psoriasis treatments, according to a peer-reviewed study published in Panminerva Medica.

Des Moines, IA—Biofortis, a global contract research organization, completed a new human study in which the use of Kemin’s patent-pending spearmint extract containing phenolic complex, K110-42, may help improve cognitive health and performance in older adults.

North Bergen, NJ—Frutarom Health, based here, announced the results of a clinical study in which the effects of its Go-Less ingredient helped to improve the quality of life in women.

South Plainfield, NJ—WholeFoods Magazine presented a Livestream video event in May featuring two experts on marketing and crowd funding: Nancy Trent, president of Trent and Company, and Samantha DelCanto, chief revenue officer at FundAnything.

Manhattan, MT—Gluten-Free Prairie Bakery, co-owned by husband and wife Rick and Deb Wheaton and their son Jeremy, were in preparation to open their new healthy, gluten-free bakery in March. Two weeks before opening day, the store was flooded with the basement entirely under water, damaging the floors and the equipment stored in it.