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What nature's experiments teach us about exercise

What nature’s experiments teach us about exercise

“],”filter”:{“nextExceptions”:”img, blockquote, div”,”nextContainsExceptions”:”img, blockquote, a.btn, ao-button”},”renderIntial”:true,”wordCount”:350}”> In this column, we believe in randomized, double-blind, placebo-controlled trials. Others might start taking a new supplement because their friend said it made them feel good, wear the latest wearable because logic suggests the information it provides should be useful, or start doing double-threshold Norwegian workouts because Jakob Ingebrigtsen …

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“Nature’s Ozempic” has a rather gross side effect

PHOTO ILLUSTRATION BY Matthew Cooley. PHOTOGRAPHS USED IN ILLUSTRATION FROM Adobe Stock; Getty On social media, the supposed wonder drug that’s on everyone’s lips right now is Ozempic, the drug created to treat type 2 diabetes that’s now being used as a weight-loss treatment. But with access to Ozempic dwindling as demand soars and prices …

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