New and Noteworthy: What I Read This Week—Edition 208

Research of the Week

Humans got a lot of their circadian genes from Neanderthals.

Caffeine is anti-inflammatory and hepatoprotective.

Scientists urge regulation of eugenic technologies.

Low-carb, high-fat works, but only if you stay on it.

More air pollution, more anxiety.

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Media, Schmedia

Vegans and vegetarians are more likely to be depressed.

Neanderthals were on a high-crab diet.

Interesting Blog Posts

On edible survivors.

Is aging a disease?

Weights before cardio or cardio before weights?

Social Notes

Ask me something.

She makes a good case.

Everything Else

When I listen to this, something deep and old within me responds.

Things I’m Up to and Interested In

Important: People with serious mental illness should exercise regularly.

Awkward: More beef, less depression.

Profession I didn’t know existed: Honey sommelier.

Important reminder: Old people need more protein than younger people, including after exercise.

Can you imagine?: A giant 350 pound penguin.

Question I’m Asking

Should we be able to screen embryos for desirable traits?

Recipe Corner

  • Armenian meat patties.
  • Taiwanese popcorn chicken.

Time Capsule

One year ago (Feb 4 – Feb 10)

  • Why Am I Not Losing Weight?—Well, why not?
  • Winter Survival Tips—Make it out alive.

Comment of the Week

“I agree with your idea of make the best choice from the choices you have. Someone told me once that the chemicals released by the body when you stress or condemn yourself do more harm than the one time poor choice that you make.”

-I’d agree with that.

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