Analysis of the Week
Even should you’re a “night time owl,” it’s still not good to stay up late.
Off-label use of rapamycin seems to be safe.
Working nights impairs lipid metabolism.
New Primal Kitchen Podcasts
Primal Well being Coach Radio: Martha Tettenborn
Primal Kitchen Podcast: Putting Longevity Under the Microscope with Timeline CEO, Chris Rinsch
Are the brand new weight problems medication additionally anti-addiction drugs?
Pretend British accents on the rise.
Fascinating Weblog Posts
So-called Twitter medical specialists and teachers didn’t do so well on monkeypox.
Atheists are the most politically engaged.
Every part Else
Issues I’m As much as and In
One wonders: Is our universe inside of a black hole?
Cool aim: What are whales talking about?
Good thread: On fat and carb oxidation during exercise.
Horrible: Dutch authorities proposes limiting cattle populations to 2 cows per area, thereby eliminating intensive (regenerative) grazing.
Fascinating: Pork consumption and nutrient intake.
Query I’m Asking
What are you mad about? What are you glad about?
One 12 months in the past (Might 13 – Might 19)
Remark of the Week
“My ‘favourite’ quotes in media reviews about pseudoscientific research are: ‘Individuals who eat/do [something] usually tend to die than those that don’t.’
There’s a probability of dying apart from 100%?“
-Sure, it’s all fairly foolish.