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Weekly Link Love — Edition 100

Research of the Week More sugary drinks, less brain volume. Less zinc in the blood, greater risk of COVID death. Minorities are more likely to test positive for COVID, a disparity not fully explained by pre-existing conditions. Some East Asian populations have metabolic adaptations to rice-based diets. Living with kids lowers the risk of COVID. […]

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Watch of the Week: Breitling’s Chronomat Celebrates the Legacy of Mechanical Watches

In the 1970s and 1980s, things weren’t looking so great for the tried-and-true mechanical watch. Compact, highly accurate quartz watches had flooded the market, and more and more people were taking a pass on the intricate craftsmanship of mechanical watches and opting for battery-powered options. But Swiss watchmaker Breitling wasn’t content to let the mechanical […]

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How Do You Start Asking for Help?

Feel like you’ve got the weight of the world on your shoulders? I can totally relate. If the struggles of living in an overly busy, stressed out society weren’t enough, the fear of navigating it all mid-COVID is the proverbial icing on the cake. Whether it’s the overwhelm of managing day-to-day tasks or deciding to […]

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Type I, II, or III Collagen? Different types of Collagen and How to Choose the Best One for You

When a person goes looking for information on “collagen” supplements, they often come out more confused than they went in. There are seemingly dozens of different varieties. There’s gelatin. There’s animal collagen. There’s marine collagen. Hydrolysate and peptides. And then there are all the “types” of collagen: type I, type II, type III, type IV, […]

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2020 Fall Fashion Preview | Coastal Conditions

Autumn’s unpredictable weather requires a wardrobe that keeps up in any situation. This mix of statement-making outerwear, warm knitwear, and versatile, lightweight staples—plus a few eye-catching watches—has you covered no matter where you roam. 2020 Fall Fashion Shoot – Grooming by Mark Alan, Production and Creative Direction by Kevin Breen, Model: Tom Baker @ Soul […]

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Weekly Link Love — Edition 99

Research of the Week Fatigue makes time fly. Researchers are exploring the “entities” people meet on DMT. Hominids were cooking food in hydrothermal vents millions of years ago. Plastic-degrading bacteria are rapidly evolving in the ocean. Probiotics help obese children lose weight. New Primal Blueprint Podcasts Episode 446: Brad Kearns: Host Elle Russ welcomes Brad […]