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PULSE - How Crash Diets Break Your Brain: Lessons from the Minnesota Starvation Experiment

In the early 1940s, reports started coming out of Europe that a lot of people were going hungry. Some of this was from the expected food disruptions caused by war. But there were other, more unsettling reports of huge numbers of people being held in...
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PULSE - In Defense of Fruit

Diet trends come and go. In the course of a year one particular food will come into fashion, while another falls out of favor. Over the past few years we’ve seen protein and fat become the focus of many popular plans, while sugar and carbs are the...
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PULSE - The Sure Bet: Investment Advice that NEVER Fails

As you might have heard, in late January things went a little wild with a bunch of short-selling hedge funds and a Reddit group called “wallstreetbets.” In a nutshell, over the course of a few weeks several million small time investors tried to...
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PULSE - The Tilted Playing Field

During my time in the Peace Corps I lived in a remote valley nestled in the High Atlas mountains. Like most of the world, the kids there were crazy about soccer, and I’d try to play with them when I had a chance. But there was a problem. Flat ground...
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PULSE - Good Carbs vs Bad Carbs

There was an old Saturday Night Live sketch where Tom Hanks played a character named “Mr. Short Term Memory Man.” In one sketch he visits a friend in the hospital, and every few minutes his memory resets, and he says something like, “Bill, what are...
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