Scientists discover a new reason why steak, mackerel, and avocados make you fuller.
Our visual attention is automatically drawn to meaning, not “what sticks out.”
A low-carb diet beats antipsychotics.
Kids from New Zealand’s South Island get more bowel disorders than their northern counterparts thanks to a lack of sunlight.
Organic farms trap more carbon.
Episode 188: Rohini Ross: Host Elle Russ chats with Rohini Ross—a psychotherapist, leadership consultant, transformative coach and regular Huffington Post contributor who helps large groups and individuals discover success and well-being.
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Neanderthals lived in a wonderland of OTC penicillin.
How early 20th century Austrian psychiatrists used modern architecture to treat a modern malady.
The trick is finding that delicate balance between toxic stress and beneficial stress.
Some guy gives his three top tips for becoming a fat-burning machine.
Macaques, you were doing so well.
Humans have been around for a lot longer than we thought.
Why I always look for the bright side of adversity: “After a Hurricane, New Confidence.”
Video I liked: Dr. Emily Deans talks magnesium.
Subculture I had no idea existed: Bitcoin carnivores.
GMO I’d be interested in: Gluten-free wheat. Wonder if the bread quality holds up, since gluten is crucial for texture.
Terrible if true: Why farmers spray glyphosate on crops right before harvest.
One year ago (Oct 1 – Oct 7)
“For me, the appeal of Facebook is knowing what’s going on in the lives of my numerous friends all over the globe. I agree, it’s easy to use mindlessly, but it’s also really great to spend 5 minutes before bed and read about what my friends in Australia, England, Holland, Denmark and elsewhere did today. Technology isn’t 100% evil — it’s all about how you use it.”
– Nicely said, Margaret.
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