Posting will resume January 2.
Hint: replacing them all would be hellaciously expensive.
"Yes, diet and exercise can be useful to prevent some cancers. Unfortunately, they don’t prevent all cancers, and the effect size is more modest than often represented."
"Elysium Health hasn’t discovered the fountain of youth, but their new supplement–with the backing of some of the world’s foremost authorities on aging–could change how you get older."
Good question. Quora discussion.
Kind of cool.
Some potentially useful health information here:
MDCalc is the most broadly used medical reference for clinical decision tools and content used by millions of medical professionals globally, including more than 65% of US physicians, every month.
"One section of U.S. Highway 129 in North Carolina has 318 curves in an 11-mile span, earning its name the “Tail of the Dragon,” as well as its reputation for being one of America’s most dangerous roads."
While he struggles manfully, but I don't think he has much of an answer. (Not surprising.)
Prof. Peter Gordon offers ten very smart observations on the economics and politics of concerns about inequality. If I had to pick one, I think I like #6 best:
When we see wealth, do we automatically assume ill-gotten gains? If not, why are we fretting?