WHERE TO WATCH
What Do Your Food Labels Really Mean?
November 5, 2019
Registered dietitian and general manager with Verywell, Rachel Berman, joins us to break down exactly what our nutrition labels are telling us.
That Time The U.S. Almost Built A Death Star
Feb 11, 2020
Cheddar Reveals: The Science of Love
In this "Cheddar Reveals" we take a look at the chemistry behind those warm, fuzzy feelings you get when you're in love. We speak with a clinical psychologist who explains how chemicals in the brain and hormones work together to make us fall in love. Plus, we learn from a relationship expert how to go beyond chemistry to keep the romance alive.
Feb 11, 2020
How to Use Love Languages to Keep the Romance Alive in Your Relationship
Love is in the air but if Valentine's Day isn't enough to give your relationship a boost, Cheddar's bringing in reinforcements. Sex and relationship expert Rachel Wright talks through the five love languages and how to keep the spark alive in your relationship no matter what stage you're in.
Feb 18, 2020
Three Stories in Black History That the Textbooks Got Wrong
2020 marks the 50th year Americans are celebrating Black History Month. First proposed by black educators and students at Kent State University, the yearly celebration took off across the country just six years after its inception. Monique Judge, news editor at The Root, breaks down the stories of unsung heroes.