Research of the Week
Artificial sweeteners have faint links to increased cancer risks.
COVID seems to increase the risk of diabetes.
Africans were eating olives 100,000 years ago (at least).
In middle adulthood, raising HDL and lowering blood sugar seems to reduce the risk of Alzheimer’s. Now, how does one do that?
New Primal Kitchen Podcasts
How permanent daylight savings would affect sunrise and sunset across the country.
Interesting Blog Posts
“… higher neuroticism was related to an older subjective age, whereas higher extraversion, openness, agreeableness, and conscientiousness were associated with a younger subjective age.”
Things I’m Up to and Interested In
It’s about time: People are finally catching on to the industrial seed oil scourge.
I’m not surprised: Conflicts of interest as far as the eye can see.
Interesting comic: The hanged man.
I understand: Top tennis player Ash Barty is quitting at the top of her game.
Question I’m Asking
Would we be better off—overall—without modern technology?
One year ago (Mar 19 – Mar 25)
Comment of the Week
“I love the pictures of old Ireland. Especially the first one with all of the barefoot children. Pause, look at the surroundings and then into the faces of each of those kids – a wonderful dose of perspective and inspiration.”
-It’s amazing what you can see in an image, Guy.