Vitamin D may reduce asthma attacks.
Nibbling your nuts linked to lower inflammation.
Human brains are particularly blood-thirsty.
The majority of your brain’s structure was inherited from your parents.
“Leisure-time physical activity,” or play, also protects against cognitive decline.
Among males with a genetic predisposition, exposure to first-trimester ultrasound may increase the severity of autism.
Foam rolling one limb affects the other.
Now appearing in human brains near you: toxic nanoparticles from air pollution.
Minor dehydration impairs cognitive ability.
To improve frailty scores (and other reasons, too), seniors should be eating a bare minimum of 1 g/kg protein.
In obese European-American and African-American women, a low-carb diet improved GERD.
Episode 134: Domini Kemp and Patricia Daly: Two cancer survivors who used ketogenic dieting to beat the disease visit the podcast to chat about their new ketogenic cookbook, how various diet strategies affect cancer, and much more.
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Maybe kids should play with sharp things.
We aren’t perceiving objective reality, and it’s probably for the best.
Our gut bacteria contain microbiomes made up of viruses.
The possible evolutionary role of loneliness.
Maldives sinking, Schmaldives schminking: climate change could make coffee go extinct.
Got cats? Make ’em work for their food.
The Chuck Yeager fitness regimen (e-book out soon?).
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