Jenny Splitter, Everyday Health

Jenny Splitter

Everyday Health

Washington, DC, United States

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Past articles by Jenny:

Can Stress Make You Sick?

Here are 9 illnesses and health problems linked to stress. Is your stress making you sick? → Read More

Why Not to Make a New Year’s Resolution

Science suggests most fail. Mental health experts say here’s how to get smarter about behavior change instead. → Read More

Psychologists on Why We Crave Pumpkin Spice in the Fall

It has less to do with a universal love of squash and more to do with how our brains register the change in seasons. → Read More

Study: Reframing Stress Can Make It Way Less Toxic

A new study adds more evidence that stress reappraisal (thinking about stress as a tool rather than a hindrance) can help us in challenging situations. → Read More

How to Be More Optimistic

If you’re stuck in a rut of negativity, there are small steps you can take to improve your outlook. Doing so can even boost mental and physical health. → Read More

Can you trust a pro-beef professor? It’s complicated.

Food industry funding can influence how research questions are asked. The results may confuse consumers → Read More

Insect Protein Could Save the World’s Food Supply From Overpopulation

They’re a highly efficient and nutritionally sound protein source that can be produced with no waste, a low carbon footprint and massive food waste benefits. → Read More

Tyson Foods Pilots New Healthcare Clinics For Meatpacking Workers

Tyson Foods is taking a new approach to worker healthcare by opening seven healthcare clinics at meatpacking plants by the first half of 2021. → Read More

How To Make A ‘Beer-Like Beverage’ Without The Booze

All-Free is a “beer-like beverage” that contains no alcohol, sugar or calories, the latest entry to the alcohol alternatives market. → Read More

New Outbreaks In Fruit And Vegetable Operations Threaten Farm Workers And Food Supply

Fresh fruit and vegetable production is ramping up for the year. But as more farm workers hit the fields, the industry risks the health of its workers and the food supply chains those workers support if widespread protective measures are not put into place. → Read More

Farms That Sell Directly To Consumers Are Thriving Amid Coronavirus Downturn

As meat runs low in grocery stores and farmers across the country face dire choices about their animals, farms like Sylvanaqua that sell directly to consumers are thriving. → Read More

Protecting Grocery Store Workers And Shoppers From COVID-19

Grocery stores across the country are hiring hundreds of thousands of workers to meet the demands of increased shopping amid COVID-19, but the staffing boom also means more workers are risking infection from higher levels of public interaction. → Read More

What The $2 Trillion Stimulus Package Means For The Food System

A number of stimulus provisions are aimed at helping producers and workers throughout the food supply chain, from agricultural producers to restaurant workers, but small and independent restaurant owners say they’ve been left out of the stimulus package altogether. → Read More

COVID-19 And Truck Driver Shortage May Threaten Food Supply Chain

As the pandemic persists, labor shortages in transportation and other areas of the food industry could prove to be a problem. → Read More

Meet the Innovators Who Want to Kill the Chicken Nugget

While beef consumption has been declining, chicken has been rising for years - so entrepreneurs are battling to create a plant-based nugget. → Read More

Fake Meat Fight: Can The Plant-Based Movement Get Past The ‘Processed Food’ Debate?

Unlike Impossible Foods, which gets its beefy taste from genetically engineered yeast, Beyond embraced the non-GMO label in hopes of straddling the nature-tech divide. The move failed to win over critics but critics may have missed the mark too. Can the plant-based movement get past this debate? → Read More

The World’s Largest Protein Companies Are Failing To Address Their Environmental Impacts

Despite urgent warnings from environmental groups to reduce their environmental impacts, the largest meat producers in the world are failing to take action. → Read More

What The Uber Of Tractors Means For The Future Of Agtech In Africa

Jehiel Oliver is the CEO of Hello Tractor, an agtech company whose smartphone app connects smallholder farmers with tractor owners in sub-Saharan Africa. → Read More

American Milk Myth: New Undercover Investigation Challenges Organic Milk

A new animal welfare investigation says organic dairy cows are no better off than conventional. But a representative for the Organic Trade Association says what's really needed is stronger enforcement of the existing organic regulations. → Read More

Plant-Based Persuasion: The Tricky Psychology Behind ‘Eat Less Beef’

In the past year, sales of plant-based foods have grown 11%, bringing the plant-based market to $4.5 billion. But the plant-based revolution isn’t over and won just yet. → Read More