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Weekly Link Love—Edition 7

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Research of the Week
Some human gut bacteria produce GABA, a “relaxation” neurotransmitter. People with depression tend to have less of the GABA-producing bacteria.

The more fruits and vegetables you eat, the more highly you rate your own cognitive function.

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Weekly Link Love—Edition 6

Research of the Week
In the healthy elderly, daily aspirin use failed to improve disability-free survival while increasing the risk of bleeding.

Prenatal exposure to PFCS, found in teflon cooking surfaces and plastics used in food packaging, may reduce penis size and fertility.

Adding powdered mustard seed to your cooked broccoli increases the amount of sulforaphane you absorb.

Whether healthy adults eat high- or low-protein diets has no effect on their kidney function.

Just 12% of American adults are metabolically healthy.

Every McDonald’s touchscreen researchers tested had feces on it.

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Weekly Link Love—Edition 5

Research of the Week
AI can predict heart disease risk from studying an eyeball.

Periodic reminder that bacon protects rats against colon cancer.

100 examples of cognitive decline reversal using diet and lifestyle.

Family dinners work.

Drawing helps memorization more than writing.

Humans may not have killed off the African megafauna after all.

Same-race teachers may help student achievement.

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Weekly Link Love — Edition 4

Research of the Week
Your mother’s immune system had some serious negotiating skills.

Researchers laying the groundwork for a meat tax.

The latest NuSi study finds that low-carb diets increase energy expenditure.

Among Chinese seniors living in an elderly community, higher LDL predicts lower rates of dementia.

Eating organic linked to less cancer.

How sleep loss tanks memory.

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Weekly Link Love — Edition 3

Research of the Week
Researchers uncover strong links between disrupted circadian rhythm, bipolar disorder, and suicide.

Early humans bred with other hominid groups to gain cold tolerance.

Prenatal phthalate exposure linked to early childhood language delays.

Hopefully this is also the last study of its kind.

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Weekly Link Love — Edition 2

Research of the Week
The latest MDMA trial finds it’s 76% effective at treating PTSD. Full FDA approval expected by 2021.

As many as 500,000 years ago, Arabia was green, and hominids were living and traveling through there.

Scare yourself to recalibrate your emotions.

Increased frequency of global travel may actually reduce the danger of global pandemics.

CoQ10 is good for type 2 diabetics.

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Weekly Link Love — Edition 1

Research of the Week
Keto enhances fat loss without compromising performance in powerlifters and Olympic weightlifters.

Space travel compresses the brain, and the effects linger for months after returning planetside.

The shape and size of birth canals differ by population.

Youngsters with type 1 diabetes tend to have gut biomes that are low in the bacteria that produce short chain fatty acids and ferment human milk oligosaccharides.

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Weekend Link Love — Edition 526

Research of the Week
A low-carb, high-fat diet improves glucose control and lowers fasting insulin in people with Type 2 diabetes, whether they walk after meals or not.

Many cases of dementia may come down to non-inherited random errors during DNA replication.

An active commute through natural settings is a reliable recipe for good mental health.

Human neurons are uniquely powerful and self-contained.

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Weekend Link Love — Edition 525

Research of the Week
Introducing treadmill workstations to an office resulted in a smaller than expected but still significant increase in total walking time.

Going into a soccer match with mild dehydration causes a big spike in cortisol after the game.

Microscopic flowers of titanium dioxide degrade BPA.

Falling in love has a massive effect on immune gene expression.

Virtual reality can increase exercise tolerance and intensity.

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Weekend Link Love — Edition 524

Research of the Week
The most plausible explanation for the decline in well-being among youth is increased screen time.

Small gifts lubricate business deals.

Lifting reduces muscle efficiency (a good thing).

Dog intelligence is “not that exceptional.”

Raw meat and bone diets for dogs actually work.

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