New and Noteworthy: What I Read This Week—Edition 155
Research of the Week
Modeling the effect of a leaky vaccine plus enhanced transmission viral variants.
Palmitic acid on trial again. I suppose I’ll have to address this.
Zinc works against cold and flu.
A little alcohol can curb inflammatory markers.
Everyone deserves full access to research.
New Primal Kitchen Podcasts
Episode 7: Farmlink—How a College Non-Profit Sparked Monumental Community Change: Morgan talks the founders of Farmlink.
Primal Health Coach Institute: Dr. Gabrielle Lyon.
How has Africa escaped (largely) COVID?
Portugal takes work life balance seriously.
Interesting Blog Posts
Does linoleic aid induce obesity?
IV vitamin C works. Why aren’t we using it?
Always look at all-cause mortality.
Virtual reality for back pain.
The FDA sure moves slow.
I can’t imagine a reason why not.
Things I’m Up to and Interested In
Knew it: The health benefits of grandmas.
Interesting podcast: Andrew Huberman chats with a light and circadian rhythm expert.
Interesting business hack: Giant eggs.
Interesting research: Human evolution sped up the last 3000 years in response to rapid environmental shifts.
Hard to accept: Does parenting have an effect?
Question I’m Asking
Would you try VR for back pain?
- Paleo Thanksgiving recipes.
- Pumpkin pie bites.
One year ago (Nov 13 – Nov 19)
- Guide to Organ Meats— All about them.
- How to Choose the Best Olive Oil— How to do it.
Comment of the Week
“Whoa the berserker rage essay was fascinating. I’m a long time cop in a fairly violent metropolitan city. I’ve always thought myself to be empathetic in nature but when I look back on some use of forces I was duty bound to do, it baffles me. Like it wasn’t really me doing that. Or I displayed much more strength than I believe I’m capable of in the weightlifting room. Conversely, I have absolutely experienced (on the receiving end) what’s known as “excited delerium.” Cops always know it’s ED when 911 callers mention the person is naked and “he’s growling like a dog.” There’s never enough cops to subdue a man like that. It’s unbelievable the strength they have. Long ago we had no idea what caused them to so often stop breathing after being handcuffed. Awareness is out there now but almost no formal training for cops on how to physically handle before/after contact. Mostly on the job training. Anyways, great article.”
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