The Checkup: Hooray! Bartram’s Mile (Finally) Has an Opening Date 

And more morning reads to keep you healthy and happy.

• Guys, guys, guys! Goooood news: Bartram’s Mile — that’s the one-mile stretch of trail along the west bank of the Schuylkill River, designed to link the SRT to the beautiful Bartram’s Garden — has a very fitting opening date (finally) of April 22nd. Yep, that’s Earth Day. Yippee! [Curbed]

• If you feel like an insensitive jerk when you’re super sleepy, that’s probably because you’re acting like one: A new study finds that being sleep-deprived decreases your ability to discern the emotions of others. [Men’s Health]

• I know it might not feel like it all the time, but your cat really does love you a lot, science shows. Like more-than-it-loves-food a LOT. [Science of Us]

• There is some serious drama brewing in the vegan scene in New York: Chloe Coscarelli, founder of By Chloe, the vegan fast-casual spot that’s been expanding at lighting speed, has essentially been ousted, it seems. [Well + Good]

Positive thinking: Learn it. Love it. You’ll thank yourself later. [New York Times]

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