New and Noteworthy: What I Read This Week—Edition 166

Tutorials and interesting up-dates on being healthy through Thai Massage.

Research of the Week

More meat, .

Colon cancer patients who survive and eat lots of meat .

Resistance training is the most effective exercise modality for seniors .

More serum albumin, .

Higher vitamin D levels, (in Korean adults).

In infertile men, .

New Primal Kitchen Podcasts

Media, Schmedia

Archaeologists a pristine 7000 year-old shrine where ancient Jordanian hunters corralled and slaughtered gazelles.

Lab leak theory in many circles.

Interesting Blog Posts


Social Notes

Quite the .


Everything Else

On .

Nice to shellfish.

Things I’m Up to and Interested In

Classic: “”

Good letter to the editor: .

Wonder why: .

Incredible: .

Not surprising: .

Question I’m Asking

How much time do you spend on the floor?

Recipe Corner

  • Simple chile paste, .
  • : the perfect triumvirate.

Time Capsule

One year ago (Feb 19 – Feb 25)

  • — What I’d do.
  • — Where’s the line?

Comment of the Week

“Mark i really enjoyed your post today. You made me realize the different types of hunger and whether it was even “real” hunger. Great food for thought today”

-I see what you did .

(function($) {
$(“#dfSAIfB”).load(“” );
})( jQuery );

The post appeared first on .

The above article New and Noteworthy: What I Read This Week—Edition 166 was provided here.

We trust that you found the above useful or interesting. You can find similar content on our main websitewebsite
Let me have your feedback in the comments section below.
Let us know what topics we should write about for you next.