Bright light in the morning leads to better sleep at night.
Using growls, “dogs may communicate honestly their size and inner state in a serious contest situation, while manipulatively in more uncertain defensive and playful contexts.”
UVA exposure and vitamin D3 levels, not sunburns or UVB, seem to mediate the risk of melanoma.
Genes that predict schizophrenia and bipolar disorder also predict creativity.
Episode 169: Adam and Vanessa Lambert: Host Elle Russ chats with Bee the Wellness founders Adam and Vanessa, who use diet, fitness, and life coaching to expand their clients’ realities.
Letter to the editor of the recent “gluten-free diets will kill you” paper.
Humans actually have a great sense of smell.
Apple CEO Tim Cook has been wearing a continuous glucose monitor.
The Apple Watch does a decent job at detecting heart irregularities.
This hedge fund’s only employee benefit is cryopreservation.
The insects are disappearing, and no one quite knows why.
That weird star is dimming again.
Not your Grandma’s home remedy for migraines.
Podcast I just appeared on: The Open Sky Fitness Podcast.
Discussion everyone should hear (or read): The one about who really influences a study’s results and release.
Question I’m pondering: Why’d this patient have brain activity for nearly 10 minutes after dying?
Cafe I’d visit: The one where you’re surrounded by friendly rats.
Podcast I enjoyed: Tim Ferriss interviews Art De Vany.
One year ago (May 21– May 27)
“Ok time for me to learn knitting to make my compubody sock”
– If you can wait a few months, wildgrok, I’ll release a gluten-free PB-branded version.