Additional evidence from a newly published study that eating a very low-fat, 100% whole-food plant-based diet is beneficial for those with cardiovascular disease. And 89% of the patients in this study were adherent, meaning that it was not that difficult to follow. Most patients feel empowered that they can do something to vastly reduce the chances of further cardiac events, rather than feeling deprived for all the unhealthy foods they no longer eat.
from The Journal of Family Practice, July, 2014, Vol. 63, No. 7
Work done on the OSU CEOAS research vessel Oceanus
I met and chatted with Dr. Greger at the Engine 2 Retreat in Portland in April, 2014.
This is similar to what I’d like to build someday as our guest “house”
Demian Bailey, Project Manager, talks about the Regional Class Research Vessel project at Oregon State University, College of Earth, Ocean, and Atmospheric Sciences
This is pretty cool (even if I don’t understand most of it). McGill University grad student Tim Blais did his master thesis on three-dimensional gravity, then adapted it in “Bohemian Gravity” – a one-man a capella cover of the Queen classic.