Turns out that humans display a ton of biological and psychological diversity.
Dogs know when you’re being selfish, and they don’t like it.
Baltic hunter-gatherers developed agriculture without outside influence.
Using alcohol to sleep isn’t such a good idea.
Salmonella may have killed the Aztec empire.
Vitamin D protects against cold and flu, especially if you’re deficient.
Episode 156: Jeff Scot Philips: Jeff Scot Philips reveals all the trickery and misdirection used by the modern food industry.
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Do men need more touch?
“It’s not you, it’s your gut bacteria.”
Buried in the news that scientists are close to resurrecting the wooly mammoth is the fact that we have working artificial wombs.
The American chestnut tree may yet return.
A small software startup is helping people get hooked on apps—and break the addiction.
Gonna need a translation.
Podcast I liked: Are you eating too much or too little selenium?
Quote that’s resonating: “I don’t mind not knowing. It doesn’t scare me.”—Richard Feynman.
Article whose message hit me hard: Changing the world with more sleep.
Law that could make a big difference: Making school start times no earlier than 8:30.
One year ago (Feb 19 – Feb 25)
“I’ve eaten so much performance fleece that I saw “Patagonia” written on my poop!”
– You should get paid, Nocona.