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 cool science: from the value of health apps to the reasons why we lie. We want to spread the love and share kickass content in the wellness world, and here are our picks:

Mealtime Rituals Might Make a Difference in Obesity
Start setting the table. Families who eat together in the kitchen or dining room tend to have lower BMIs than those who dine elsewhere, like in front of the T.V. (via The Los Angeles Times)

Women Are Better Multitaskers Than Men
Most of us multitask (think checking email, texting, and eating lunch at the same time) on a daily basis. But new research suggests ladies’ brains are better suited to handling several activities at once. (via The Huffington Post)

Only a Third of Health Apps Actually Help Anyone
Thousands of apps are available to track our workouts, sleep schedules, and food intake. But are they actually helping us get healthier? (via TIME)

A Real-Time Map of Births and Deaths
Talk about putting things in perspective: Check out this map that shows every birth and death happening across the globe, right now. (via The Atlantic)

People Are More Likely to Be Honest in the Morning
Better schedule that exam for the crack of dawn. Psychologists say we’re more inclined to lie and cheat as the day goes on. (via Science 2.0)

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