Weekly Link Love—Edition 11 | Mark’s Daily Apple
Research of the Week
Potatoes are extra filling than rice or pasta.
The mental tension reaction is better within the morning than the night time.
Despite the absence of a cortex, crows and parrots rival apes in intelligence.
The American Psychological Association problems pointers pronouncing conventional masculinity is destructive.
“Sure, oldsters, an excessive amount of time staring right into a display screen could be dangerous to your one-year previous, however no display screen time in any respect is even worse!”
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Pharmaceutical corporate GlaxoSmithKline buys huge stake in 23andMe, having access to genetic knowledge.
The head of the Russian Orthodox Church warns towards over-dependence on trendy generation, worries about “slavery to smartphones.”
Interesting Blog Posts
I had a nice chat with Dr. Shawn Baker and Zach Bitter at the Human Performance Outliers podcast.
Writer displays on her Complete30 enjoy and provides “what I’d do differently” guidelines, together with the usage of all the Primal Kitchen® line of goods to chop down on sugar and support enjoyability.
Interesting claims at an Indian science convention.
A federal pass judgement on within the Roundup/most cancers trial has issued limits at the proof plaintiffs can convey to undergo towards Monsanto.
That’s a captivating means to protest bad speedy meals.
Things I’m Up to and Interested In
Interesting learn: What any person discovered dressed in a continual glucose track.
This appears like a favorable feat of genetic engineering (however I stay skeptical): Scientists “fix” photosynthesis.
I don’t understand how (or why) oldsters nowadays do it: The relentlessness of recent parenting.
Book I’m excited to look: Erwan Le Corre’s The Practice of Natural Movement.
A pleasing glimpse into the minds of researchers: What scientists looked for in 2018.
Question I’m Asking
Are you happy with the present consumer-level genetic checks? Do privateness problems concern you?
One yr in the past (Jan 6 – Jan 12)
Comment of the Week
“I’ll consider Chipotle if they ditch seed oils and E. coli.”
– Agreed, Mantis. E. coli all the time struck me as an atypical aspect to incorporate.