Research of the Week

Machiavellian and sadistic people are less likely to be members of frats or sororities; narcissistic people are more likely.

Teaching your kids that the world is a bad place is bad for your kids.

Rabbits show great promise as small-scale meat animals.

More nature contact, less loneliness.

Women suffered fewer high heels-related injuries during the pandemic.

New Primal Kitchen Podcasts

Episode 12: Crohn’s, Acne, Hormones, and Health—Unique Hammond Shares Her Journey

Primal Health Coach Institute: David Lindsay.

Primal Health Coach Institute: A year in review.

Media, Schmedia

A microchip brain implant allows a paralyzed man to send a Tweet.

Beef prices are way up but ranchers aren’t making extra money.

Interesting Blog Posts

What happens in Denisova Cave

Social Notes

Get ready for Keto Month.

Changing Chinese eating habits.

Everything Else

Imagine the sound.

CDC recommends shorter isolation periods.

People tend to escalate the situation in nuclear war simulations.

Things I’m Up to and Interested In

Interesting paper: Brain insulin sensitivity and fat distribution.

Clear conclusion: Donuts good.

Bizarre: COVID strikes remote Antarctic science lab despite everyone being vaccinated and isolated.

True in every creature: We all have our roles.

Hilarious: Man seeking positive COVID test to avoid spending holidays with relatives.

Question I’m Asking

What do you think the new year will bring?

Recipe Corner

Time Capsule

One year ago (Dec 25 – Dec 31)

Comment of the Week

“Re analog vs digital:
At its root, Things feel right when we align with nature and feel wrong when we don’t. (That’s because of our evolution).
We know Intuitively, with “gut feelings”, with all of our senses, body, and intellectually (if we pay attention), that pollution, plastics, blue light and sitting still all day, don’t feel as good as natural substances and activities that have interaction with nature as its basis.”

-I agree Tuffy.

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