Show Notes We got lots of questions on our recent episode about air, exercise, and wildfires, so here is a short, deeper dive into the topic. We gave Howard
Air & Exercise: Breathing in an Age of Wildfires and Coronavirus
Show Notes Paul and Howard talk about air, exercise, lung function, and breathing in an age of wildfires and coronavirus. There is a fairly crap
Lifespan & Healthspan: The Science(s) of Healthier Aging, From Cells to Centenarians
Show Notes Paul and Howard talk about healthy aging, from cell death, to diet, to centenarians, and exercise in-between. Financial geek that he is, Paul
The Doubt Industry, Coronavirus, and Dr. Google
Show Notes Paul and Howard talk about the doubt industry, medical skepticism, and Dr. Google as a force for good. Sometimes.
Imaging Injuries, or Why You Can’t Unsee an MRI
Show Notes Paul and Howard talk about sports injury imaging, from x-rays and MRI, to ultrasound. Topics: What are the main tools for
I’m Injured, You’re Injured, We’re Injured: Some Personal Perspectives
Show Notes Paul and Howard talk about their own current injuries, how and why they happened, why it’s frustrating, and what they’re doing to get past it.
Why Do Injuries Happen, How Do You Know, and How Do You Make Them Go away?
Show Notes Paul and Howard talk about injuries, how and why they happen, and why they keep coming back. Topics: Why injuries happenAcute vs
The Fine Art of Balancing
Show Notes Paul and Howard talk about balancing, but not the financial kind. Topics: How we balance Why balance is overlooked but so important to
Unlearning Medicine: Reversals, Placebos, and Natural experiments
Show Notes Paul and Howard discuss how medicine is changing, and how some common procedures and ideas that were once accepted practice are being abandoned.
Running, Knees, and Osteoarthritis
Show Notes Paul and Howard talk running, knees, and osteoarthritis. Topics: Does running cause arthritis? Can I run if I have degenerative
Coronavirus, exercise, and injury
Show Notes Paul and Howard talk about the effects of the current epidemic on exercise, fitness, and injury. Topics: The difficulty some people have