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The new science of brain health.

“Pharmacogenomics is the study of how genes affect a person’s response to drugs. It’s a relatively new field that combines pharmacology (the science of drugs) and genomics (the study of genes and their functions) to develop effective, safe medications that […]

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The Paxlovid paradox.

This scenario reminds me of the book Catch-22 all too perfectly. The book’s Wikipedia page refers to it as “closed logic loop.” Back to real life: “The [clinical] trial was stopped due to ‘ethical considerations’ for being too effective.” Now, […]

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A long interview about sleep.

Sleep researcher and expert Dr. Matthew Walker talks with Andrew Huberman about sleep, covering a lot of ground in this 3-hour interview. The timestamps are well-labeled if you want to get right down to any one topic and its relationship […]

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How overnight fasting could extend lifespan.

Intermittent fasting shows health and longevity benefits in a variety of species. This short article published in Nature highlights a study that’s also linked fasting results to the circadian clock. | learn more

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My visit to a psychedelic wellness center.

“Nushama is a medically supervised psychedelic wellness center that provides intravenous (IV) ketamine for an ego-dissolving psychedelic experience. The center says Ketamine Psychedelic Therapy (KPT) can provide sustained relief from depression, anxiety, chronic pain, addiction and trauma-induced mood disorders.” | learn more