Weekly Link Love — Edition 120
Research of the Week
Very low-carb ketogenic diets are safe and effective for type 2 diabetics.
Both Neanderthals and humans had similar auditory and speech capabilities.
The link between air pollution and crime.
2020 saw the highest number of traffic deaths in 13 years, despite driving being way down.
Improving road safety reduces crime.
New Primal Blueprint Podcasts
Episode 473: Drew Manning: Host Elle Russ welcomes Drew Manning back to the podcast.
Health Coach Radio: Chris Davis and Stephanie Aubrey show you how to grow stronger through collaboration.
The ancient art of parenting.
Interesting Blog Posts
Dave Feldman digs into a little-used measure of lipoprotein oxidation.
How close are we to psilocybin and MDMA therapy?
A true flower child.
New embalming details from an ancient Egyptian manual reveal how sophisticated those guys were.
An eye for the other eye.
Things I’m Up to and Interested In
Reasons why young adults might be having less sex: Video games, lower alcohol consumption, living with parents.
Interesting article: Cormac McCarthy on the evolution of language.
If you’re qualified…: Apply to revive the woolly mammoth.
Big topic: “Prevalence trends tell us what did not precipitate the US obesity epidemic.”
Missing vitamin D?: This sunlamp looks quite good.
Question I’m Asking
What do you think caused the obesity epidemic?
- Cauliflower colcannon looks incredible.
- Indian fish curries are some of my favorite and very underrated.
One year ago (Feb 26 – Mar 4)
- The Foolproof Way to Increase Your Odds of Reaching Your Goals – Make it (more likely to) happen.
- Why I Eat Organ Meat Weekly, and You Should Too — Why Terry Wahls does it.
Comment of the Week
“This column comforts, but also inspires. I’m caregiving my bedridden husband right now, and have been so tired that my emotions have played havoc. But this steadies and provides a goal I can concentrate on. It has helped already. Thank you!”
-I’m so glad to hear this, Helen.
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