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Saturday Stories: Useless Multivitamins, Menopause, and Jordan Peterson

5 monthes ago   |   By Weighty Matters

Timothy Caulfield, on NBC think, on the uselessness of multi-vitamins for all (happy to find this story for reader Pug Piper).
Jen Gunter, on her blog, with her combined personal and professional take on menopause .
Laurie Penny, in Longreads, covers Jordan Peterson, the intellectual this generation deserves .
[And if you don't follow me on Twitter or Facebook, here's a recent podcast I did where we chat about a whole slew of things including the app we're developing, research on the DIET score, and why I think social media and physician champions are likely to extend the lifespans of...
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