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Research of the Week
Infant helplessness predicts species intelligence.
A low-FODMAP diet helps IBS patients.
Many ancient Romans had really bad knees.
Dark roasts have more bioactive coffee compounds than light roasts.
Is this why cats and dogs can “go vegan”?
In most people, lowering salt intake increases the risk of heart disease. It only sorta works in people with hypertension who already eat lots of salt.
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Interesting Blog Posts
How to use your brain’s delete key.
Basketball runs in the family. Football and baseball, not so much.
In urban farming, the food’s not really the point.
The biological importance of saturated fats.
Hawaii may give tax credits to organic farmers.
Hawaii’s local foods are often invasive species.
The Economist calls for action on antibiotic resistance.
Eh, that’s a decent plank.
176,000 years ago (at least), Neanderthals were building rock structures deep inside caves.
What’s it like to be a goat.
Americans: fatter than ever.
If you’re going to highlight the importance of vitamin K2, you might want to use a picture of food that contains it.
Laird Hamilton’s 10-point plan to live forever.
If it’s successful, a vegan billboard aiming to reduce diabetes by getting people to stop eating eggs will actually increase it.
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Comment of the Week
– This kid has a bright future.