Mice with breast cancer who do yoga (there’s a visual) have smaller tumors.
Chess grandmasters enjoy longer lives, just like elite athletes.
Throwing could be primarily a male adaptation.
Episode 247: Dr. Alvin Danenberg: Host Elle Russ chats with Primal Health Coach and dentist Dr. Alvin Danenberg about the interplay between modern technology and ancestral health when treating gum disease.
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One side benefit of the fracturing of society into thousands of weird subcultures is that there are more opportunities for prestige than ever.
Are farmers still using antibiotics to increase animal weight, despite the FDA banning it last year?
While I still recommend you sit as little as possible, being fit makes it less bad.
Medieval peasants took more vacation than the average American.
Weight loss is 80% diet, 10% sleep, 5% exercise, and 5% whether or not you wear shoes inside your house.
I still hold out hope for Nessie.
Changing weather patterns has California farmers placing uncertain bets on the future.
Keto breakfasts I’d eat: This guy’s.
Study I found interesting: Another reason not to skip leg day.
Article I’m pondering: Why New Antibiotics Are So Hard to Find.
Heard in the Roman Empire: “What about barbarian-on-barbarian crime?”
One year ago (May 20 – May 26)
“I love how you ended this article. So many people hug but don’t really *feel* the hug. My granny would hug very tightly for a very long time, and she always told me I gave the best hugs. Hugging my granny is a great memory I hold dear.”
- I agree. There’s nothing quite like a grandma hug, Tiffany.