Research of the Week
Small amounts of alcohol may help make people with heart trouble healthier.
Reminder: there is no “junk” DNA.
Mice can willfully give themselves dopamine pulses. Can you?
More omega-3 in the blood, longer life.
New Primal Blueprint Podcasts
Episode 510: Lisa Easton: Host Elle Russ chats with Lisa Easton.
Episode 511: Lifestyle Tips for Testosterone Optimization, Part 2: Brad Kearns tells you how to improve your hormonal health.
Health Coach Radio: PD Mangan sets the example and watches his clients follow.
Cool story on Kanoa Igaroshi, Japan’s (and California’s) great surfing hope.
Interesting Blog Posts
Even apes love drumming. It’s in our blood.
Sleep gives power in more ways than one.
Is the Gates Foundation’s assistance in Africa more about helping multinationals than small farmers?
Things I’m Up to and Interested In
Good news: Coffee is not linked to arrhythmias.
Interesting older study: “Imperfect” vaccines may allow and enhance the transmission of highly virulent pathogens.
Never thought I’d see the day: Media outlet favorably covers organ supplements.
Try Primalizing this article: How to stay cool exercising in the heat.
Important: Natural immunity still works.
Question I’m Asking
Do you have any skills that can save people? Have you ever saved someone?
One year ago (Jul 24 – Jul 30)
Comment of the Week
“That article about turning poop into digital currency brightened my morning, as now those of us with IBS stand (maybe sit ) to become millionaires.”
Source New and Noteworthy: What I Read This Week — Edition 140 is written by Mark Sisson for www.marksdailyapple.com