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Weekly Link Love — Edition 104

Research of the Week

How did [1] the lockdowns work?

Scientists discover [2] a new gland.

Hominids in a region of Kenya used the same basic stone-age axes [3] and other tools without changing them for around 700,000 years.

Beet juice improves exercise tolerance [4].

Beet juice improves hemoglobin concentration [5].

New Primal Blueprint Podcasts

Episode 452: Eric Perner [6]: Host Elle Russ welcomes sustainable rancher Eric Perner.

Episode 453: Dr. Phil Maffetone and Dr. Ron Sinha [7]: Host Brad Kearns welcomes a true power duo onto the podcast to talk burning fat.

Primal Health Coach Radio Episode 81 [8]: Laura and Erin chat with Amanda Goldman-Petri about chasing best practices, not trends.

Media, Schmedia

Newer homes and furniture are more flammable [9].

Cats in prisons [10].

Interesting Blog Posts

Our parents often sacrifice themselves for us. What are you going to do with the gift [11]?

Could cold water trigger shrinkages in dementia rates [12]?

Social Notes

Do this [13].

Everything Else

The man with amnesia who filled in his memory gaps [14] with outside sources.

Training like an animal works [15].

Things I’m Up to and Interested In

Of course it is: UVB appears protective against COVID-19 [16].

Proven once again: There’s no free lunch [17].

News I’m happy to see: Hospitalized COVID-19 patients have much better survival rates now [3].

Funny how that works: In animals, a drug that slows glucose absorption and lowers insulin slows down cancer progression [18].

Question I’m Asking

What are memories?

Recipe Corner

Time Capsule

One year ago (Oct 16 – Oct 22)

Comment of the Week

“Mark, you always offer a balanced and thoughtful opinion and I appreciated your summation here today. It’s why I’ll continue to follow you! I’ve been eating a carnivore diet for 8 months now and have CURED Type 2 diabetes, arthritis, IBS, and depression. My cholesterol is through the roof, but I’m not alarmed. At 65, I’m experiencing the kind of optimal health I dreamed of in my 20s and 30s.”

-Great to hear it, Vicki [23]!