I've started teaching my small section of the introduction to psychiatry class for the medical students again, which has added a measure of increased chaos to the week. Not always a bad thing. However, blogging frequency may diminish for the fall (but who knows - depends upon what I see that interests me, and the class time for the lectures I don't teach does give me time to catch up on some journals, as I'm not taking a test at the end of the semester, I don't always need to pay attention…)
A few weeks ago I recorded a podcast with Superhuman Armi Legge and Bulletproof Exec Dave Asprey. Here is the podcast, so enjoy! I'm not entirely certain I am a paleo "brain hacker" - I'm more into emulating the evolutionary milieu(™)* than throwing MCT oil and butter into coffee for a kickin' breakfast, but that could be my likely dairy intolerance talking. We all share enthusiasm and interest in human health - the search for optimization of human health and performance is preliminary but intriguing. Thanks for the opportunity, Armi and Dave! Very happy to be on your podcast.
I also have another post up on Psychology Today about vitamin D, birth weight, and schizophrenia. All clicks are very helpful and help me finance my textbook addiction.
A few interesting articles in the queue - stay tuned for brand new posts. In the mean time, here's a boppin' rock tune (can't get enough of it):
Brooklyn is Burning by Head Automatica
*lovin' Kurt Harris's new picture.