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Weekend Link Love — Edition 518

Research of the Week
Olympic gold medalists die earlier than silver medalists (on average).

Despite increased HPV vaccine uptake, HPV-related cancers are on the rise.

Cardio and weight lifting have different effects on our hormones (so do both).

If you’re sensitive to alcohol, you might be sensitive to sleep deprivation, too.

Sun exposure alters gut bacteria independent of vitamin D.

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Weekend Link Love — Edition 517

Research of the Week
Breastfeeding for six months protects against dental malocclusion.

Roundup Ready… breakfast cereal?

A weak grip spells health troubles for everyone.

Taking DMT mimics the near death experience.

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Weekend Link Love — Edition 516

Research of the Week
Sugar may alter collagen synthesis in the joints, increasing the risk of osteoarthritis.

Homo erectus: “YOLO!!”

US pollution levels have dropped dramatically.

More religious parents, fewer suicidal thoughts.

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Weekend Link Love — Edition 515

Research of the Week
“Good cholesterol” may not be so good in postmenopausal women.

The path to a man’s heart is through his gut bacteria.

60% of babies born worldwide fail to breastfeed within the first hour, missing a crucial window of nutrition.

Giving doctors a little “nudge” triples statin prescription rates.

Using ultrasound to open the blood brain barrier in Alzheimer’s patients could enable delivery of helpful drugs.

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Weekend Link Love — Edition 514

Research of the Week
Replacing some linoleic acid with omega-3s reduces liver fat and oxidative stress.

The long term economic impacts of salt iodization in the United States (were good).

Cornflakes spike glucose (more than you think).

Cat poop parasite may boost entrepreneurialism. I smell a new supplement.

Plastics could be altering male genitalia.

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Weekend Link Love — Edition 513

Research of the Week
Swapping out carbs for nuts does wonders.

Doctors don’t listen to and often interrupt their patients.

Young kids innately malign free riders.

Self-esteem peaks at age 60 and doesn’t decline until age 70.

The “obesity paradox” is explained by low-lean mass, not low-fat mass. “Extra” muscle is healthy, extra body fat is still bad for you.

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Weekend Link Love — Edition 512

The Keto Reset Instant Pot Cookbook is getting a big discount, a full day before the rest of Prime Day kicks in: $3.99 for the Kindle book, 20% off the physical book. If you haven’t picked it up yet, you’re missing out. Sale starts at 8:35 a.m. PDT and ends at 2:35 p.m. PDT. Later this afternoon from 4:10 p.m. to 10:10 p.m. PDT, 12-pack PRIMAL KITCHEN® Bars (all flavors) will be discounted 35%, too.
Research of the Week
Dog food with legumes tied to heart disease.

Advanced glycation end products have no relationship to inflammation or obesity in healthy teens.

Air pollution may be responsible for a lot of diabetes.

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Weekend Link Love — Edition 511

Research of the Week
Open workspaces impair collaboration, cause workers to “withdraw” from face-to-face social contact (PDF).

Skinny-fat isn’t just a bad look. It presages Alzheimer’s.

Speaking of which, melatonin shows promise at staving off Alzheimer’s.

Aspirin, too.

If you want to be insulin-resistant, use a night light.

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Weekend Link Love — Edition 510

Research of the Week
Humans have a Dunbar’s number for “regularly visited places.”

Rapamycin counters aging in old rats by triggering autophagy.

Movement is great. Mindful movement is even better.

Treating Alzheimer’s with CT scans: radiation hormesis.

Probiotics are good for old bones.

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Weekend Link Love — Edition 509

Research of the Week
Medium chain triglycerides increase ketones and brain energy metabolism in Alzheimer’s patients.

Got treatment-resistant cluster headaches? Try going keto for three months.

Prestige boosts testosterone in men.

Creatine improves cognition in healthy people.

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