Happy Sunday! As always, Links We Love brings you our favorite health and fitness information from around the web. This week, we’re looking at health technology: from the potential downsides of self-tracking to robotic bartenders. We want to spread the love and share kickass content in the wellness world, and here are our picks:

Mapping Emotions on the Body: Love Makes Us Warm All Over
Scientists in Finland asked people to indicate where on their bodies they feel certain emotions. Turns out the way we physically experience our feelings is pretty much universal. (via NPR)

EmotionsPhoto: Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences

The Year We Quantified Everything and Learned… Anything?
One writer considers the relative merits and disadvantages of tracking every aspect of our health and fitness. Are self-trackers more likely to dismiss un-trackable experiences? (via Slate)

Fat Flag: Models Body-Painted With Flags Eating Their National Foods
A photographer and makeup artist teamed up to create portraits of red, white, and blue Americans crushing cheeseburgers; red, white, and green Italians slurping spaghetti; and more. (via Bored Panda)

fat flagPhoto: JonathanIcher.com

Before Everyone Resolved to Lose Weight: Meaningful Resolutions of Yore
New Year’s resolutions have always been popular, but January 1 used to be when everyone started trying to live sincere lives, repel impure thoughts, and start keeping a diary. (via The Atlantic)

Cheers! Robot Bartender Mixes Drinks, Senses When You Need a Double Shot
Customers in Japan may not be able to pour their hearts out to “Monseiur,” the robotic bartender, but they just may get their drinks faster at venues where the digital guy works. (via Smithsonian)

[Note: These are outside sources, which don’t always follow Greatist’s strict (and awesome) research standards.]