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Hormesis: How Certain Kinds of Stress Can Actually Be Good for You | Mark's Daily Apple
Discusses some mechanisms of Hormesis in which the body becomes stronger due to “natural” stressors
stress  exercise  fruit  vegetable  fasting  health  mechanism  2012  pointofview  study  wellness  paleo  primal 
5 weeks ago by csrollyson
The day the dinosaurs' world fell apart - BBC News
Findings of new study of meteor that cooled Earth and led to the rise of mammals
earth  geology  meteor  mammal  dinosaur  theory  study  mexico  tsunami  Q3  2019 
9 weeks ago by csrollyson
What is Mediterranean Keto? | Mark's Daily Apple
Interesting #study on fish-heavy #paleo diet with obese pre-diabetic participants, fantastic results
diet  ketosis  mediterranean  study  health  comparison  primal  paleo  behavior  results  biomarker  Q3  2019  fish  evoo  meat 
july 2019 by csrollyson
People eat at least 50,000 plastic particles a year, study finds | Environment | The Guardian
Growing data shows consumers are eating more #plastic than they know: No.1 culprit is bottled water/beverages. Processed food also contains plastic waste; uncertain #health risk [but can't be good] for #humans #animals #environment
plastic  particles  food  research  statistics  study  uk  canada  environment  supermarket  grocer  ocean  air  soil  river  fish  bottle  water  beverage  package  big  processed  recycling  incentive  government  tax  2019  Q2 
june 2019 by csrollyson
We Are Family: Fathers' Time with Children and the Risk of Parental Relationship Dissolution | Social Forces | Oxford Academic
"... the sole correlate of parental relationship dissolution is shared time spent in family meals. This correlation holds only for shared family mealtime in which families are not simultaneously watching television. Further analysis suggests that high-quality shared family mealtimes may lower the risk of relationship dissolution..."
father  family  meal  research  childrearing  study  divorce  separation  tv  mother  children  australia 
june 2019 by csrollyson
How Women Can Be Instantly Smarter at Work: Turn Down the AC | Inc.com
In this study, cold #air #conditioning affected #women's work performance more than #men's
air  conditioning  hvac  study  women  men  comparison  summer  math  language  performance  problem  solving  2019  Q2 
may 2019 by csrollyson
Bisphenol: what to know about the chemicals in water bottles and cans | US news | The Guardian
Another #health #hazard #plastic chemical linked to cancer, reproductive problems, and #child behavior abnormalities (avoid plastic and processed foods/beverages)
Toxic  chemical  plastic  furniture  water  bottle  infant  children  cup  study  environment  Q2  2019  EPA  can  beverage  baby  reproduction  estrogen 
may 2019 by csrollyson
Archetypal Resting Positions: How Sitting Like Your Ancestors Could Save Your Health | Mark's Daily Apple
Primal humans had no chairs but used many “resting positions” that non-athletes can use to improve joint health (yes avoiding grains & other inflammatory foods helps too)
primal  paleo  health  wellness  tissue  stretch  sit  position  study  squat  lifestyle  comparison  csrblogcomment 
may 2019 by csrollyson
Study of Student Basic Needs [Food, Housing] | California State University 2018
Did you know? 42% students food insecure & 11% homeless in largest university system in the USA: California university system multisite study of #student #homelessness #food #insecurity
food  insecurity  homeless  student  university  college  2018  q1  study  survey  focus  group  csr19 
may 2019 by csrollyson
College student hunger: How access to food can impact grades, health
Did you know? Significant portions of #USA #college #students suffer from #food #insecurity - universities setting up food #pantries
food  insecurity  university  college  student  research  study  paper  directory  pantry  campus  poor  community  education  higher  grade  csr19 
may 2019 by csrollyson
Human society under urgent threat from loss of Earth's natural life | Environment | The Guardian
Unprecedented UnitedNations environmental report details human destruction of Earth’s wildlife on which human life depends. Not “nice animals”; our lives depend on them
unitednations  environment  study  report  ecosystem  international  global  earth  Q2  2019  species  human  impact  soil  river  ocean  meat  exploitation  farming  fishing  wildlife  extinction  government 
may 2019 by csrollyson
Dry Fasting: Is It Worth It? | Mark's Daily Apple
Mark explains dry fasting (no food or water of any kind) and sites few studies on its effects and health benefits
dry  fasting  ramadan  study  reference  water  russia  pioneer  health  primal  animal 
may 2019 by csrollyson
How to Conduct Research for Customer Journey Mapping
Exceptional how-to guide for conducting qualitative customer experience research, supplemented with quantitative + links #journey #map #CX
customer  experience  journey  map  research  method  comparison  qualitative  quantitative  survey  interview  social  sentiment  analysis  howto  reference  exceptional  field  study  analytics  csr19  bullsi 
february 2019 by csrollyson
Study: A third of young adults want out of Chicago; ill omen for population loss | Chicago Sun-Times
Shocker: millennials’ confidence in police & economic opportunity varies sharply by community area (university of chicago study)
study  millennial  chicago  race  ethnicity  comparison  police  government  trust  ward  community  area  economy  opportunity  Q1  2019 
january 2019 by csrollyson
How Often Do People Defend Themselves With A Gun? | WBEZ
Guns are so divisive because they are usually connected to the R-complex's Security Ethic
gun  defense  debate  chicago  story  study  analysis  safety  politics  2018 
june 2018 by csrollyson
Humans Are Dumb At Figuring Out How Smart Animals Are | FiveThirtyEight
Scientists try to create a universal model for “intelligence” to rate and rank animals; “But each animal smart in its own way”
human  primate  behavior  animal  intelligence  study  research  fail  model 
may 2018 by csrollyson
Living on a Food Pantry Diet by Kathryn M. Jackelen | St. Catherine University
USEFUL: Minnesota study of #food #bank users debunks traditional assumptions + Correlations to SNAP use & #car ownership
food  pantry  SNAP  stamps  assistance  2013  study  minnesota  suburb  car  Owner  family  twincities 
may 2018 by csrollyson
Massive open online nutrition and cooking course for improved eating behaviors and meal composition
[Study] Online course #MOOC for online #nutrition & #cooking improved eating behaviors & meal composition @coursera #obesity global
cooking  health  mooc  online  discussion  video  demonstration  education  2015  q4  statistics  obesity  nutrition  study  research  drivetotrust 
april 2018 by csrollyson
The Most Trusted Study on Millennials and Causes
Market research/analyst firm specializing in millennials' #social #impact engagement behavior #nonprofit
nonprofit  social  impact  Analyst  millennial  research  report  drivetotrust  reference  study 
march 2018 by csrollyson
New Study of Global Traffic Reveals That Traffic Is Bad - CityLab
New study runs 5 terabytes of data thru #analytics, measures cost of #traffic in #chicago #losangeles #nyc + many others - $305B in USA
altrans  traffic  study  2016  car  usa  Global  rank  rating  Statistics  economic  cost  chicago  losangeles  Newyorkcity  sanfrancisco 
february 2018 by csrollyson
Maternal Depression: Understanding Associated Risk Factors | University of Chicago - SSA
Discusses how work (possibly lack of work) stress & income level affect mothers' likelihood of depression & childrearing abilities
women  mother  study  analysis  depression  family  children  impact  work  home  stress  wealth  income  drivetotrust 
january 2018 by csrollyson
Why Do We Need to Sleep? - The Atlantic
Research into the mystery and universality of sleep: why do all animals indulge in such a useless practice? don’t know, I’ll sleep on it ;^)
neurneurology  brain  animal  sleep  science  research  japan  institute  study  neuron  synapse  speculation 
january 2018 by csrollyson
Science Says Fitness Trackers Don't Work. Wear One Anyway | WIRED
Argues that fitness trackers’ poor track record ;^) due to studies’ use of old devices; app designs better plus more sensors make for better UX CX
fitness  tracker  wearable  study  workout  behavior  economics  application  design  research  motivation  example  Q4  2017  software  addiction  user  customer  experience 
december 2017 by csrollyson
10 Alternative Therapies for ADD & ADHD | Mark's Daily Apple
This makes a ton of sense and I'd totally consider if my kid had attention deficit issues: check it out!
ADD  ADHD  neurological  disorder  behavior  children  lifestyle  primal  insight  study  research  diet  exercise  nutrition  alternative  natural  treatment 
december 2017 by csrollyson
Will Saturated Fat Kill Your Cells? | Mark's Daily Apple
How artificial lab studies don’t always relates to food IRL #paleo
paleo  debunk  study  Q4  2017  fat  omega3  omega6  diet  science 
december 2017 by csrollyson
Harvard Study Confirms Tibetan Monks Can Raise Body Temperature With Their Minds
Summarizes result of meditation, one of whose effects is increased body temperature
biofeedback  meditation  body  monk  tibet  temperature  mind  brain  study  harvard  india 
december 2017 by csrollyson
Male researchers stress out rodents : Nature News & Comment
How males stress out mice in research and skew results, males of many species
study  mouse  research  gender  stress  canada  pain  debunk 
november 2017 by csrollyson
The Power of Food Rituals | Mark's Daily Apple
Accessible explanation and how-to for incorporating ritual in cooking, eating & hols
food  cooking  ritual  tradition  howto  celebration  science  research  study  reference  spirit  ancestor  mysticism  religion  primal  pagan  metaphysics  holiday 
november 2017 by csrollyson
Male rape in America: A new study reveals that men are sexually assaulted almost as often as women.
Exploring the concept of “rape”: men are sexually assaulted almost as oft as women in the USA
rape  sexuality  assault  reaearch  prison  women  men  guard  prisoner  children  FBI  definition  debunk  study  Q4  2017 
november 2017 by csrollyson
Davis Bicycles!: ‘Car children’ learn less in school
Davis article commenting on Danish study of the benefits of kids' walking/biking to school on their learning
davis  california  cycling  17bern  denmark  study  school  children  commute  walking  driving  car  comparison  learning  infrastructure  city 
november 2017 by csrollyson
Science Shows: The Marketing Gut Is Not Dead
Argues that creative engenders emotion and a huge impact on customer decisions
marketing  neuroscience  creative  logic  emotion  brain  advertising  customer  data  analytics  decision  study  memory 
october 2017 by csrollyson
UW ADINT: Advertising as Surveillance
Superb FAQ: How to use #mobile #advertising to track individuals' locations + how to prevent
mobile  advertising  surveillance  research  study  exceptional  test  iphone  android  smartphone  network  FAQ  privacy  tracking  howto 
october 2017 by csrollyson
It Takes Just $1,000 to Track Someone's Location With Mobile Ads | WIRED
Useful example of how tech can be repurposed for very different ends: anyone can use #mobile #ads can track your location
mobile  smartphone  application  advertising  surveillance  exposé  q4  2017  research  study  tracking  howto  usecase  example 
october 2017 by csrollyson
Want to Live Longer? Bike to Work! | Underground Health Reporter
Cites UK bike study that correlates significant health benefits from "active #commuting" #cycling
cycling  uk  study  bike  commute  longevity  health  car  transit  work  employer  benefit  howto 
october 2017 by csrollyson
It's not too late: 5 last-minute tips for paying for #college
It's not too late: 5 last-minute tips for paying for #college
plan  ws2  ws1  select  16ccc  bullsi  finance  work  study  loan  aid  scholarship 
september 2017 by csrollyson
Why Getting an On-Campus Job Was the Best Thing I Ever Did
#College #planning: Some advantages of #workstudy jobs on campus
college  plan  16ccc  work  study  bullsi  value  proposition  story  example  campus 
july 2017 by csrollyson
Why College Is Not the Same as It Used to Be
Useful reflection for parents of college students [links]
parent  howto  advice  college  student  study  reference  16ccc  ws1  ws2 
july 2017 by csrollyson
DNA Analysis Shows the Evolution of Dog Breeds | Big Think
Interesting blurb on #dog #human interaction breeds & evolution [link to study]
dog  human  breed  evolution  research  dna  genome  study  2017  image 
july 2017 by csrollyson
Fasting and cancer treatment in humans: A case series report
10 cases in which patients diagnosed with a variety of malignancies had voluntarily fasted prior to (48-140 hours) and/or following (5-56 hours) chemotherapy.
cancer  fasting  chemotherapy  2009  Q4  human  casestudy  medicine  government  research  study  side  effect 
may 2017 by csrollyson
Safety and feasibility of fasting in combination with platinum-based chemotherapy. - PubMed - NCBI
Short-term starvation prior to chemotherapy administration protects mice against toxicity. We undertook dose-escalation of fasting prior to platinum-based chemotherapy to determine safety and feasibility in cancer patients.
cancer  chemotherapy  study  research  q2  2016  fasting  government  medicine  healthcare 
may 2017 by csrollyson
DBS Bank engages IBM's Watson to transform customer experience | CMO | Enterprise Innovation
Bank's wealth management uses IBM Watson analytics to transform customer experience for wealth management
ibm  watson  2014  bank  wealth  management  case  study  cognitive  computing  artificial  intelligence  customer  experience 
march 2017 by csrollyson
The Conversation Placebo - The New York Times
Talking to a doctor lessons pain for large portions of patients [several studies linked] #healthcare #medicine
medicine  conversation  physician  patient  study  research  q1  2017  placebo  ethics  healthcare 
march 2017 by csrollyson
Dozens of For-Profit Colleges Could Soon Close - The Atlantic
Study: When #highered federal aid is cut, students change to lower cost schools & their job success is unaffected
higher  education  usa  federal  government  aid  2017  q1  study  history  policy  profit  16ccc  college  student  2csrollyson  2ghcj 
january 2017 by csrollyson
Is Gluten Sensitivity All in Your Head? | Mark's Daily Apple
Interpreting new #gluten r#esearch, applying to neo #paleo lifestyle #kudos
gluten  diet  study  primal  paleo  health  Q3  2016  analysis  research  workout  exercise  wine  beer  2csrollyson  2execguide 
august 2016 by csrollyson
The Gig Economy Is Powered by Old People - Bloomberg View
New way of analyzing surveys reveals #boomers a major factor in gig economy, #obamacare link
employment  q2  2016  analysis  study  research  usa  free  agency  freelance  gig  economy  boomer  geny  government  survey  2ghcj  Statistics  comparison  healthcare  obamacare  affordable  care  act  2csra  2cdo  2sbs 
may 2016 by csrollyson
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