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Interview With Zara Rutherford: The Youngest Woman to Fly the Globe Solo Tells Us How to Weather the Storm With Finesse
Interview With Oleksii Levchenko, 'Don't Forget About Us': Living in Kyiv During the First Week of the Russia-Ukrainian War
Q&A with Co-Authors of Sugarproof Kids, Dr. Goran and Dr. Ventura
Sugar wreaks havoc on every biological system in our body, and food companies have us addicted to these disguised ingredients even from the time we're in the womb. Learn more about ways to tackle the sugar monster before it takes hold of our health.
What to Watch
We're in full holiday swing which means for some, there's lots of extra bandwidth for frivolous TV watching. For others, time is at the top of their wish list. Either way, take a look at our picks for a dose of holiday cheer, thought-provoking visuals, or just a good ol' laugh.
Interview with NatGeo/Disney+ Rogue Trip Co-Host, Mack Woodruff
Photojournalist, documentarian, and co-host of NatGeo/Disney+ Rogue Trip, Mack Woodruff, discusses lessons learned through global travel, his relationship with dad and journalist, Bob Woodruff, and the ways in which he's evolving behind the camera lens.
Interview with Dr. Belisa Vranich
Continuing with our mini-series on breathing, Psychologist, author of Breathing for Warriors, and media contributor, Dr. Belisa Vranich, chats with Truffld about breathing mechanics, breathing IQ, and how to teach our children correct breathing techniques before it's too late.
Key Skillsets to Focus on in a Post-Pandemic Landscape
The nature of work is changing rapidly in 2020 and the workforce is needing to adapt accordingly. Check out these in-demand skills, and if your organization isn't helping you to mold your skillsets, read on to learn to take it into your own hands.
Interview with Journalist and New York Times Best Selling Author of Breath, James Nestor
Of the most significant pillars of health, we overlook one of the most vital; breathing. James Nestor, sits down with Truffld to discuss the history of breathing, the ways in which breathing links to health, and how we can turn it around.
Facial Recognition in Our Children's Classrooms: The Good, the Bad, and the Ugly
Facial recognition technology is prevalent among international government surveillance of citizens, and now it's made its way into our children's classrooms in NYC. Useful tool or invasion of privacy and creativity? Read on.
Interview with Attorney, Robert Bilott: Author of Exposure, and Inspiration for the Film, Dark Waters
Robert Bilott sits down with Truffld to take us inside his two-decade battle against chemical companies, Dupont and 3M, and advises on how to protect ourselves from the poison that's been infiltrating our water and household products for decades.
The 'Dream Team' Behind the Impending COVID Vaccine Might Surprise You
As American pharmaceutical company Pfizer, and biotech companies Moderna and BioNtech work fervently to forge ahead with Phase 3 clinical trials for the COVID vaccine, learn about the 'Dream Team' behind BioNtech's trailblazing RNA advancement.
Food, Vitamin, and Medication Bioavailability: How They're Best Absorbed for Optimal Performance
You're making a determined attempt to consume the best vitamins, minerals, and supplements you can find, but what efficacy do they have if they're not actually absorbed? Learn more HERE about the vitamins that are most bioavailable and how they're optimally taken.
Interview with Clinical Psychiatrist and Media Contributor, Dr. Gail Saltz
Dr. Gail Saltz, Associate Professor of Clinical Psychiatry at NY Presbyterian speaks with Truffld about her book, The Power of Different, the importance of being attentive to our mental health, and the tools to cope with life's challenges (including COVID isolation).