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I've made a Seth Roberts Community group on Facebook. Google Plus has nice features but no traffic, so we're moving house. I hope you'll join us at www.facebook.com/groups/SethRobertsCommunity.

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"...health care providers don't prescribe exercise nearly enough, given its effectiveness. [...] In researching what docs do and don't prescribe, Carey found that passive treatments were much more common, like ultrasound or traction treatments, back belts and orthotic insoles. 'Prescribing ineffective treatments for patients may actually distract them and give them a false sense of security away from treatments that are actually beneficial.' "

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If you're thinking of trying blue-blocking glasses for sleep, an $8 pair tested well.

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one more from STAT today: "There might not be nearly as many microbes in our guts as scientists think
Hype about the microbiome usually starts with the startling statistic that bacteria in the body outnumber human cells at least 10:1. But new research finds that ratio could be closer to 1:1. Read more from the Weizmann Institute of Science in Israel here. If you want to know more about the deep mysteries of the microbiome, listen to this episode of the STAT podcast Signal from a few weeks back."

http://biorxiv.org/content/early/2016/01/06/036103

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