Compressed eating windows work in young men who lift heavy.
In women, red meat deficiency may lead to depression.
Drinking sugary beverages every day only makes you want them more.
Bronze Age women had a thing for steppe horsemen.
Brief bouts of intense stair climbing improve fitness.
We appear to have a malaria vaccine.
Episode 157: Roland and Galina Denzel: Roland and Galina are health experts, fitness coaches, and accomplished authors with a unique perspective on health and wellness.
The 16 types of play, according to Forest Schools.
The physiological changes that occur on a month-long hike.
Another centenarian, another bacon-lover.
26,000 years ago, a small child and large dog explored a cave together.
When Europeans first reached British Columbia, almost all the native inhabitants were dead.
Indian strongman smashes coconuts with bare hands.
Exposure to junk food is making traditional Siberian people fat.
Sometimes barefoot running in public really is dangerous.
Bad weather in southern Europe is making vegetables pricier in northern Europe.
Blog post that got me thinking: Are anti-aging and other diet studies seriously compromised by unhealthy subjects and controls?
Good to see media coverage: NYT covers light’s effect on circadian rhythm (and plugs some bulbs that mitigate the issue).
Concept I’m pondering: Have humans always been chasing the technological singularity?
Article I liked: Why are we the only humans around?
Gift idea: Experimental cutlery.
One year ago (Feb 26– Mar 4)
“As Mark Twain said (paraphrasing): If entry into heaven is based on merit, only dogs will get in!”
– Amen, John.