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Heated tobacco is big in Japan.

It’s neither a cigarette nor a vape. The FDA authorized the marketing of it with ‘reduced exposure claim’ a couple years ago, but a patent dispute has kept the device out of the US so far. “Japan’s massive reduction in […]

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Marilyn’s guide to a healthy old age.

“Over the years I have been blessed by good health. I am 92 and did not really have any illness until a few years ago. In addition, I have always been very active and energetic all these years. IN RESPONSE […]

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Why glucose spikes aren’t always bad.

This is a thorough and trustworthy article from the Nutrisense content team. “As you gain insight into what factors impact your glucose levels through the day, you might be wondering more about glucose spikes. What counts as a glucose spike? […]

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N1.tools.

A simple software tool to support self-experimentation. “If you’re curious or skeptical about the effectiveness of supplements and activities, n1.tools provides structured experiments, simple data entry, and an easy-to-interpret dashboard with relevant statistics to help you figure out what really […]

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The first potato riffs report.

“Eating a diet of nothing but potatoes (or almost nothing but potatoes) causes quick, effortless weight loss for many people. … Why the hell does this happen? Well, there are many theories. To help get a sense of which theories […]

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An introduction to peptide therapy.

I want to hear from you if you have personal experience with peptides. “From helping you to build more lean muscle mass to assisting you maintain stable hormone levels, the benefits of peptide therapy are clear. Even though peptide therapy […]

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Why the world is going blind.

The cause: not enough exposure to sunlight. “In China, up to 90 percent of teenagers and young adults are myopic. In the 1950s the figure was as low as 10 percent. A 2012 study in Seoul found that an astonishing […]

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On Pharma’s incentives: cures vs treatments.

“I’ve been in and around the pharma industry for nearly 30 years, and I’ve spent time in gene therapy/gene editing where the one-time cure model dominates. Some thoughts on chronic vs. curative dosing and why a curative therapy is likely […]