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A highlight from #176 - AMA #27: The importance ofmuscle mass,strength,andcardiorespiratory fitness for longevity

A highlight from #176 - AMA #27: The importance ofmuscle mass,strength,andcardiorespiratory fitness for longevity

A highlight from #176 - AMA #27: The importance ofmuscle mass,strength,andcardiorespiratory fitness for longevity

Aired Last month

A highlight from #175 - Matt Kaeberlein, Ph.D.: The biology of aging, rapamycin, and other interventions that target the aging process

A highlight from #175 - Matt Kaeberlein, Ph.D.: The biology of aging, rapamycin, and other interventions that target the aging process

A highlight from #175 - Matt Kaeberlein, Ph.D.: The biology of aging, rapamycin, and other interventions that target the aging process

Aired Last month

A highlight from #174 - Lawrence Wright: The 20th anniversary of the 9/11 attacks: reflections on how they happened, and lessons learned and not learned

A highlight from #174 - Lawrence Wright: The 20th anniversary of the 9/11 attacks: reflections on how they happened, and lessons learned and not learned

A highlight from #174 - Lawrence Wright: The 20th anniversary of the 9/11 attacks: reflections on how they happened, and lessons learned and not learned

Aired Last month

A highlight from #173 - AMA #26: Continuous glucose monitors,zone 2 training, and a framework for interventions

A highlight from #173 - AMA #26: Continuous glucose monitors,zone 2 training, and a framework for interventions

A highlight from #173 - AMA #26: Continuous glucose monitors,zone 2 training, and a framework for interventions

Aired 2 months ago

A highlight from #172 - Esther Perel: The effects of trauma, the role of narratives in shaping our worldview, and why we need to accept uncomfortable emotions

A highlight from #172 - Esther Perel: The effects of trauma, the role of narratives in shaping our worldview, and why we need to accept uncomfortable emotions

A highlight from #172 - Esther Perel: The effects of trauma, the role of narratives in shaping our worldview, and why we need to accept uncomfortable emotions

Aired 2 months ago

A highlight from #171 - Steve Austad, Ph.D.: The landscape of longevity science: making sense of caloric restriction, biomarkers of aging, and possible geroprotective molecules

A highlight from #171 - Steve Austad, Ph.D.: The landscape of longevity science: making sense of caloric restriction, biomarkers of aging, and possible geroprotective molecules

A highlight from #171 - Steve Austad, Ph.D.: The landscape of longevity science: making sense of caloric restriction, biomarkers of aging, and possible geroprotective molecules

Aired 2 months ago

A highlight from #170 - AMA #25: Navigating the complexities and nuances of cancer screening

A highlight from #170 - AMA #25: Navigating the complexities and nuances of cancer screening

A highlight from #170 - AMA #25: Navigating the complexities and nuances of cancer screening

Aired 3 months ago

A highlight from #169 - Katherine Eban: COVID-19Lab Leak: Examining all sides of the debate anddiscussing barriers to a full investigation

A highlight from #169 - Katherine Eban: COVID-19Lab Leak: Examining all sides of the debate anddiscussing barriers to a full investigation

A highlight from #169 - Katherine Eban: COVID-19Lab Leak: Examining all sides of the debate anddiscussing barriers to a full investigation

Aired 3 months ago

A highlight from #168 - Hugh Jackman: Reflections on acting, identity, personal transformation, and the significance of being Wolverine

A highlight from #168 - Hugh Jackman: Reflections on acting, identity, personal transformation, and the significance of being Wolverine

A highlight from #168 - Hugh Jackman: Reflections on acting, identity, personal transformation, and the significance of being Wolverine

Aired 3 months ago

A highlight from #167 - Gary Taubes: Bad science and challenging the conventional wisdom of obesity

A highlight from #167 - Gary Taubes: Bad science and challenging the conventional wisdom of obesity

A highlight from #167 - Gary Taubes: Bad science and challenging the conventional wisdom of obesity

Aired 4 months ago

A highlight from #166 - Patricia Corby,D.D.S.: Importance of oralhealth, besthygienepractices, and the relationship between poor oral health and systemic disease

A highlight from #166 - Patricia Corby,D.D.S.: Importance of oralhealth, besthygienepractices, and the relationship between poor oral health and systemic disease

A highlight from #166 - Patricia Corby,D.D.S.: Importance of oralhealth, besthygienepractices, and the relationship between poor oral health and systemic disease

Aired 4 months ago

A highlight from #165 - AMA #24: Deep dive into blood glucose: why it matters, important metrics to track, and superior insights from a CGM

A highlight from #165 - AMA #24: Deep dive into blood glucose: why it matters, important metrics to track, and superior insights from a CGM

A highlight from #165 - AMA #24: Deep dive into blood glucose: why it matters, important metrics to track, and superior insights from a CGM

Aired 4 months ago

A highlight from #164 - Amanda Smith, M.D.: Diagnosing, preventing, and treating Alzheimers disease, and what we can all learn from patients with dementia

A highlight from #164 - Amanda Smith, M.D.: Diagnosing, preventing, and treating Alzheimers disease, and what we can all learn from patients with dementia

A highlight from #164 - Amanda Smith, M.D.: Diagnosing, preventing, and treating Alzheimers disease, and what we can all learn from patients with dementia

Aired 4 months ago

A highlight from #163 - Layne Norton, Ph.D.: Building muscle, losing fat, and theimportanceof resistance training

A highlight from #163 - Layne Norton, Ph.D.: Building muscle, losing fat, and theimportanceof resistance training

A highlight from #163 - Layne Norton, Ph.D.: Building muscle, losing fat, and theimportanceof resistance training

Aired 5 months ago

A highlight from #162 - Sarah Hallberg, D.O., M.S.: Challenging the status quo of treating metabolic disease, and a personal journey through a grim cancer diagnosis

A highlight from #162 - Sarah Hallberg, D.O., M.S.: Challenging the status quo of treating metabolic disease, and a personal journey through a grim cancer diagnosis

A highlight from #162 - Sarah Hallberg, D.O., M.S.: Challenging the status quo of treating metabolic disease, and a personal journey through a grim cancer diagnosis

Aired 5 months ago

A highlight from #161 - AMA #23: All Things Nicotine: deep dive into its cognitive and physical benefits, risks, and mechanisms of action

A highlight from #161 - AMA #23: All Things Nicotine: deep dive into its cognitive and physical benefits, risks, and mechanisms of action

A highlight from #161 - AMA #23: All Things Nicotine: deep dive into its cognitive and physical benefits, risks, and mechanisms of action

Aired 5 months ago

A highlight from #160 - Paul Offit, M.D.: The latest on COVID-19 vaccines and their safety, herd immunity, and viral variants

A highlight from #160 - Paul Offit, M.D.: The latest on COVID-19 vaccines and their safety, herd immunity, and viral variants

A highlight from #160 - Paul Offit, M.D.: The latest on COVID-19 vaccines and their safety, herd immunity, and viral variants

Aired 6 months ago

A highlight from #159 - Peter Hotez, M.D., Ph.D.: Evolution of the anti-vaccine movement, the causes of autism, and COVID-19 vaccine state of affairs

A highlight from #159 - Peter Hotez, M.D., Ph.D.: Evolution of the anti-vaccine movement, the causes of autism, and COVID-19 vaccine state of affairs

A highlight from #159 - Peter Hotez, M.D., Ph.D.: Evolution of the anti-vaccine movement, the causes of autism, and COVID-19 vaccine state of affairs

Aired 6 months ago

A highlight from #158 - Brian Deer: A tale of scientific fraudexposing Andrew Wakefield and the origin of the belief that vaccines cause autism

A highlight from #158 - Brian Deer: A tale of scientific fraudexposing Andrew Wakefield and the origin of the belief that vaccines cause autism

A highlight from #158 - Brian Deer: A tale of scientific fraudexposing Andrew Wakefield and the origin of the belief that vaccines cause autism

Aired 6 months ago

A highlight from #157 - AMA #22: Losing fat and gaining fat: the lessons of fat flux

A highlight from #157 - AMA #22: Losing fat and gaining fat: the lessons of fat flux

A highlight from #157 - AMA #22: Losing fat and gaining fat: the lessons of fat flux

Aired 6 months ago

A highlight from #156 - Jake Muise: Humanely harvesting axis deer while alleviating its impact on Hawaiis vulnerable ecosystems

A highlight from #156 - Jake Muise: Humanely harvesting axis deer while alleviating its impact on Hawaiis vulnerable ecosystems

A highlight from #156 - Jake Muise: Humanely harvesting axis deer while alleviating its impact on Hawaiis vulnerable ecosystems

Aired 7 months ago

A highlight from #155 - Chris Sonnenday, M.D.: The history, challenges, and gift of organ transplantation

A highlight from #155 - Chris Sonnenday, M.D.: The history, challenges, and gift of organ transplantation

A highlight from #155 - Chris Sonnenday, M.D.: The history, challenges, and gift of organ transplantation

Aired 7 months ago

A highlight from #154 - Steve Levitt, Ph.D.: Arogueeconomists view on climate change, mental health, the ethics of experiments, and more

A highlight from #154 - Steve Levitt, Ph.D.: Arogueeconomists view on climate change, mental health, the ethics of experiments, and more

A highlight from #154 - Steve Levitt, Ph.D.: Arogueeconomists view on climate change, mental health, the ethics of experiments, and more

Aired 7 months ago

The Prague School of Rehabilitation and Principles of Dynamic Neuromuscular Stabilization (DNS)

The Prague School of Rehabilitation and Principles of Dynamic Neuromuscular Stabilization (DNS)

The Prague School of Rehabilitation and Principles of Dynamic Neuromuscular Stabilization (DNS)

Aired 8 months ago

#152 - Michael Rintala, D.C.: Principles of Dynamic Neuromuscular Stabilization (DNS)

#152 - Michael Rintala, D.C.: Principles of Dynamic Neuromuscular Stabilization (DNS)

#152 - Michael Rintala, D.C.: Principles of Dynamic Neuromuscular Stabilization (DNS)

Aired 8 months ago