Kurt Perkins
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Testosterone is associated with your level of manliness. For many guys, as they age, testosterone drops considerably and the lure of testosterone replacement to get your man pants back is Read More...
Deborah Gordon
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Has it ever happened to you? You know the word you want, but it takes its own sweet time finding its way from brain to mouth. Or maybe it was just a name: at a party you start to introduce two of your friends to each other and you can't remember one...
Deborah Gordon
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I was pleased to see a "mother and baby" visit on my schedule: I love those appointments that are truly family-centered, with at least two generations included! Karen came to her appointment with her four-month old cherished and cheerful son, Tyler....
Marc Bubbs
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In season 2 Episode 29, Dr. Bubbs interviews Miguel Mateas PhD(c) to talk about the gut microbiome and the implications on the gut-brain axis. In this episode, Miguel discusses the dynamic ecosystem that makes up the gut, how specific bacteria are at...
Paul Abramson
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Atrophy of neurons in the prefrontal cortex (PFC) region of the brain plays a key role in the pathophysiology of depression and related disorders. The ability to promote both structural and functional plasticity (remodeling) in the PFC has been hypot...
Mark Sisson
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It’s Friday, everyone! And that means another Primal Blueprint Real Life Story from a Mark’s Daily Apple reader. If you have your own success story and would like to share it with me and the Mark’s Daily Apple community please contact me here. I’ll c...
David Jockers
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In today’s day and age, everyone is looking for ways to boost performance. Having a sharp mind is key to being able to handle stressful situations or just have a deep experience of life. There are very straight forward ways of achieving a high mental...
Kurt Perkins
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The right mattress can make a difference in how well you sleep at night, and how you feel throughout the day. A good bed will offer support and alignment for your spine, with comfort and a temperature that’s right for you. Mattresses aren’t one size ...
Mark Hyman
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We use our muscles every day—from our brain to our quads—for the smallest and the biggest tasks. Muscles make up an impressive 45% of our body mass. Did you know that muscle is an endocrine organ and regulates metabolism? Did you know that using your...
Jill Carnahan
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I believe environmental toxicity is one of the biggest contributors to the rise in chronic illness today. And yet, because doctors don’t really learn about chronic toxic burden in medical school,  it’s now become somewhat of an elephant in the room. ...
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