RESEARCH OF THE WEEK
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 .
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INTERESTING BLOG POSTS
The 16 types of play , according to Forest Schools.
The physiological changes  that occur on a month-long hike.
Another centenarian, another bacon-lover .
Kung-fu granny .
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 .
Save the Gangsta Garden .
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.
THINGS I’M UP TO AND INTERESTED IN
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)
COMMENT OF THE WEEK
“As Mark Twain said (paraphrasing): If entry into heaven is based on merit, only dogs will get in!”
– Amen, John .