Bigger waists, lower vitamin D.
People with severe mental illnesses are more likely than the general population to have diabetes or pre-diabetes.
Broccoli sprouts improve symptoms in kids with autism.
Episode 253: Karen Martel: Host Elle Russ chats with Karen Martel, a certified Transformational Nutrition Coach and weight loss expert who specializes in helping women break weight loss plateaus.
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The argument for global cooperation on antibiotic misuse in agriculture.
Investigators shut down a $100 million alcohol study after discovering the researchers had colluded with and received funding from the alcohol industry.
I’m not sure “more drugs” are the answer to our suicide problem.
There are some major problems with the “lab meat will save us all” story evangelists tell us.
The latest example of an evolutionary mismatch causing health issues is a surprising one: braces.
I don’t think “Hotel Influenza” is a very good name for a hotel, at least from a marketing standpoint.
I can’t improve on this headline: “Hart County grandmother kills rabid bobcat with bare hands.” I thought about “Hart County grandmother shows real heart…” but the original is better.
Now I regret leaving the state: California says coffee is safe, guys.
I can see the ads now: “Install our bioelectric pacemaker and burn 15% more calories!”
I’m not even surprised anymore: Turns out the famous Stanford Prison Experiment was a total sham.
Article I enjoyed: How Mr. Rogers talked to children.
One year ago (Jun 10– Jun 16)
“Julia Child gone Paleo!?”
– I’ve always thought that Julia would have fit right into our little community, Schnytlik.
Happy Father’s Day, everybody!