The Checkup: Indego Gets Two Dozen New Docking Stations Around the City

And more healthy reads to kickstart your Friday.

Indego docking station | Photo via Facebook

Indego docking station | Photo via Facebook

• Yesterday, Philly’s bike-share system, Indego, turned one — and WE got a present: the announcement of 24 new docking stations around the city, including one at Race Street Pier, which should make your evening Yoga on the Pier classes a whole lot easier to get to! [PlanPhilly]

• Asking a barista at La Colombe for a “Pea latte, please” is not something I’m all that interested in doing, but it looks like pea milk could be the nut milk of the future. [Well + Good]

• Whatever you do, don’t flake out on your friends with a “But I’m just so tired and Netflix is calling my name” text tonight. A new study found that social isolation and loneliness increase your risk of heart disease and stroke — by a lot. [Elle]

• Something you probably didn’t think would be a perk of an improved relationship with Cuba: A possible lung cancer vaccine making its way to the U.S. [Huffington Post]

• Victory for everyone who’s invested in a standing desk: Science finds standing desks aren’t useless when it comes to your waistline after all. [TIME]

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