Weekly Emails

A few things worth sharing: 10-25-2020

The Challenger flight; Addressing climate change, post-pandemic

Understanding science

Time-restricted eating: efficacy versus effectiveness

What happens when people are prescribed a treatment vs what happens when people take the treatment are two different questions.

Weekly Emails

Topo Chico

Am I going to throw out my current stockpile of Topo Chico?

Weekly Emails

A few things worth sharing: 10-04-2020

Longevity in mice; The wonders of F1.

Diseases

Colorectal cancer screening

When I learned about Chadwick Boseman’s death from colorectal cancer (CRC) at the age of 43 a few weeks ago, it broke my heart.

Weekly Emails

I need your help!

How can we take some of the bespoke insights we provide to our relatively few patients and deliver them on a larger scale?

Mental health

A few things worth sharing: 09-13-2020

The Lost Years and Last Days of David Foster Wallace.

Understanding science

Randomized controlled trials: when the gold standard leaves you with fool’s gold

If I told you that I read a randomized double-blinded placebo-controlled trial conducted over 5 years and carried out in over 18,000 participants, is there any scenario under which you would not believe it to be an excellent trial?

Weekly Emails

A few things worth sharing: 08-30-2020

Shitty first drafts and accelerating fasts.

Weekly Emails

Normative errors and Surgisphere

Last month, the New York Times profiled Dr. Sapan Desai, founder of Surgisphere, the company that supplied the data for two recently retracted studies.

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