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Photo credit: Mojpe via Pixabay

Vitamins and minerals — their physiological roles and where you can obtain them


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A brain fitness program designed and developed by neuroscientists


Body positivity can stand for more than just social acceptance

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Credit: roungroat on rawpixel.com

How the media is killing us with statistics


The vested interests in keeping the world obese


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The untold stories from clinical trials of antioxidant supplements in cancer prevention


Exploring the “exercise paradox” in primate evolution

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When it comes to human health, we need to focus on our evolutionary differences rather than our similarities. (Photo Credit: Andre Mouton on Pexels)


As research is simplified to suit a mainstream audience, some things get lost in translation

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Illustration: Sean Gladwell/Getty Images


Exercise and the molecular hallmarks of aging


Lessons from our evolutionary past

Jeremy Braude, Ph.D.

Using my experience in research and science communication, I aim to help people make better informed health decisions.

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