New and Noteworthy: What I Read This Week—Edition 150

Some self-help training and useful info on being healthy with Thai Massage.

Research of the Week

Higher free PUFA in the blood, .


Low protein intakes make nighttime light exposure .

Essential oils for improving mental health.

Those who laugh the most talking to a stranger .

New Primal Kitchen Podcasts

Morgan talks to Dr. Tim Spector.

: Annie Schuessler thinks that perfectionism doesn’t lead to excellence, but rather to waiting.


Media, Schmedia

I think we can all .

FDA putting the clamps on .

Interesting Blog Posts

Yes, is true.


Social Notes



Everything Else


Reminder that .

Things I’m Up to and Interested In

This slipped under the radar: The COVID spike protein to the human protein hepcidin, which regulates iron metabolism.

Interesting changes coming: .

Common finding: “.”

Interesting video: ?

Wait for it: .

Question I’m Asking

Would you support a mandate for regular exercise?

Recipe Corner

  • Lemongrass pork
  • Squash is incredibly nutritious, and this is incredibly delicious.

Time Capsule

One year ago (Oct 9 – Oct 15)

  • — When?
  • — How?

Comment of the Week

“I read “Sometimes a Great Notion” in the 70’s, promptly suspended college and worked in the woods for almost 2 years. Got a job with a small outfit in Happy Camp, CA and when they expanded, I worked with them hooking logs to the bottom of helicopters. The experience was transformational. The hard work ethic has kept me thriving all these years.”

-Fiction can be powerful!

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