Our brains have a predictable growth in physical size and mental capacity throughout our youth and an expected decline in both as we age.
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I returned to Austin in April for my third attendance at PaleoF(x), the largest and most complex gathering of Paleo physicians, enthusiasts, athletes, chefs, and those just curious about the possibilities.
Perhaps one shouldn’t be eating pork at all?
Several times a day, I find myself discussing chemistry and currency with my patients. The chemistry part is to describe what comprises a methyl group: a carbon atom with three atoms of hydrogen attached to it.
Last weekend, February 28, 2015, I gave a quick five-minute presentation to the first meeting of our local IMeRG group. I want to tell you about the event and the group.
In January I was fortunate to spend three days in Scottsdale, Arizona, with a small group of physicians.
The first time I suggested to Stan that he might improve his obesity, diabetes, and irritable bowel by eliminating grains from his diet, he thought it over seriously.
“I want to know how many of these capsules YOU take!” protested a patient
Keeping up with research includes not only reading the research, but reading the response to the research. I particularly enjoy thoughtful responses to our shifting store of medical and health knowledge.