“If exercise were a drug, it would be the best drug we have for preventing heart disease . . .. But like with any drug, you’ve got to get the dose right.” — James O’Keefe
“The more you practice medicine, the more you realize that it’s an art. . .You’re going to have to make decisions today with less than perfect information.” —Vinay Prasad
“All of the work that went into this analysis earlier in the year, it really changed my tune. And I think I’m now at the point where I kind of want to have a sauna, frankly, in the tool kit for longevity.” — Peter Attia
“If someone really is certain about something, they have almost certainly frozen their ability to change their minds when they need to.” – Carol Tavris
“Atherogenic lipoproteins are really the issue behind clinical atherosclerotic vascular disease. … The data has just become so overwhelming.” —Tom Dayspring
“Rather than have the runners adapt to the running, they took the shoe and adapted it to the runner.” — Irene Davis
“Could we think that sleep could now provide a contribution to this Horvath clock of determining your biological age? . . .I think it probably does.” —Matthew Walker, Ph.D.
“It’s not time that heals all wounds. It’s actually time during REM sleep and dreaming that provides this emotional convalescence.” — Matthew Walker, Ph.D.