What I learned this week, September 1, 2021

TikTok doctor explains why sneakers filled with human feet keep washing up on beaches in the Pacific Northwest

OK… is this the most clickbait headline ever? The crazy thing is, once you think about it clearly – OF COURSE sneakers with human feet keep washing up on beaches in the Pacific Northwest.

Walking correctly takes work—here’s how to improve every step

Experts explain how to make the most of your daily strolls.

Help Lee run NYC Marathon with Gladney!

Dallas Skyline at Night

Big D Is a Big Deal

Dallas–Fort Worth is becoming the de facto capital of America’s Heartland.

11 Self-Sabotaging Phrases to Drop From Your Vocabulary

We can avoid saying things that unwittingly hold us back.

Zen-like Christmas decorations, Waxahachie, Texas

The Zen rule for becoming happier: Change one thing

Start Small

Bicycle Drag Racer on the Margaret Hunt Hill Bridge

Here’s How Much to Ride a Week to Keep Your Brain 9 Years Younger

Cycling definitely helps keep you in great physical shape, but that’s not the only benefit your favorite activity has on your body. According to new research out of Durham, North Carolina, aerobic exercise has some serious perks for your brain, too-like helping to reverse its age by almost nine years.

The concept of schizophrenia is coming to an end – here’s why

Arguments that schizophrenia is a distinct disease have been “fatally undermined”. Just as we now have the concept of autism spectrum disorder, psychosis (typically characterised by distressing hallucinations, delusions, and confused thoughts) is also argued to exist along a continuum and in degrees. Schizophrenia is the severe end of a spectrum or continuum of experiences.

And now, as a palate cleanser – this has become a viral meme, but in case you haven’t seen it…. Those darn kids!

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