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Weekly Emails

Weekly Emails

Podcast is up!

Thank you all for cajoling me into doing a podcast. It’s been a lot more enjoyable producing them than I anticipated.

Weekly Emails

Podcast, AMA, Lp(a), and Dr. Rosenrosen

Bob Kaplan, my head analyst, had the opportunity to drink all of my espresso while he “asked me anything.”

Weekly Emails

I don’t want to talk about it…

This week, I’m moved to share one of the most important books I’ve read, reread, and gifted to many friends

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Breaking2

I was struck how I was rooting for (and fascinated by) Kipchoge and everyone involved in the preparation and execution, but even more so I felt like I was rooting for us as a species. 

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Does it help to know your coronary artery calcium score?

I read an interesting paper on fitness, cardiovascular disease (CVD), and coronary artery calcium (CAC) scores from the Cooper Center Longitudinal Study. This paper looked at “generally healthy middle-aged men” and associations between their level of aerobic fitness, CAC scores, and risk for CVD. So why was this interesting to me (and by extension, should you care)?

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Comedy plus time…

So much of this doc really spoke to me, but two things, in particular, stood out.

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Simulators, treating depression, and management of T1D with diet

For extra points, be sure to pronounce it correctly, it’s pronounced “roof,” not “ruff”

Weekly Emails

MDMA and zero LDL-C

Another interesting read is the “zero LDL-cholesterol hypothesis” paper

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The Joe Rogan Experience and exploring forgiveness

Why, exactly, is Tom Morello swimming to Catalina??

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Are you living for your résumé or your eulogy?

The thesis of the book is, basically, that we have seen a shift in human nature from what Brooks calls the Adam II self (humble, inward-looking, “eulogy” self) to the Adam I self (ambitious, external, “resume” self).

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