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Weekly Link Love — Edition 86

Research of the Week

Ancient Irish elite were largely incestuous [1].

In a recent study [2], coronavirus shows up on tons of hospital surfaces but with very low viral loads. Present but not transmissible.

Having a younger blood donor is linked [3] to shorter hospital stays.

“Conservation areas” don’t actually conserve anything [4].

Losing body fat probably improves [5] cancer resistance.

New Primal Blueprint Podcasts

Episode 429: Rob Mack [6]: Host Elle Russ chats with Rob Mack, an expert on the interplay between happiness and success.

Primal Health Coach Radio, Episode 65: [7] Laura and Erin chat with Jacob Glass about finding and following your passion.

Media, Schmedia

The NBA plans on using OURA rings to track symptoms [8] as they restart the season.

Interesting Blog Posts

Powerful links [9] between vitamin D and COVID19 outcomes.

A topic most people don’t consider: What’s the best watering can [10]?

Social Notes

Is this [11] true?

Regarding setbacks [12].

Everything Else

The psychobiome knows you [13]. Do you know it?

New rules [14] for travel into Cambodia.

Low-dose hydrogen sulfide for life extension [15]?

Things I’m Up to and Interested In

Important conclusion: “Whole-fat dairy, unprocessed meat, eggs and dark chocolate are SFA-rich foods with a complex matrix that are not associated with increased risk of CVD. The totality of available evidence does not support further limiting the intake of such foods [16].”

Interesting idea: The universe running its own simulation [17].

Paper I liked: More caffeine, more glutathione in your red blood cells [18].

Result I hope we can pursue further: Psychedelic-assisted therapy appears effective, often moreso than traditional therapy [19].

Dietary Guideline I can get behind: No added sugars for under 2 year olds [20].

Question I’m Asking

How are you spending Father’s day?

Recipe Corner

Time Capsule

One year ago (Jun 14 – Jun 20)

Comment of the Week

“When I was reading, I couldn’t help but think ‘It’s got what plants crave.'”

– Ha, Patrice [25].