Jordan B. Peterson on the Benefits His Remarkable Carnivorous Diet

The controversial psychologist and professor Jordan B. Peterson seems to have an interesting take on just about everything. And he can articulate that perspective better than a vast majority of people who have ever lived. This is true about Jordan Peterson’s diet and its effect on overall physical and mental…

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Guns Don’t Kill People; Antidepressants Do

It happened yet again. On November 8th, Americans had to witness another tragic scene of innocent people being killed at the hand of a sociopathic maniac—this time in the safe confines of Thousand Oaks, California, once considered America’s safest city. And, just like clockwork, calls for banning guns came from…

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4 Ways You Are Making Parenting More Difficult

In Paleo Family, we tried to stay away from parenting advice or behavioral advice. It is a book primarily about physical health. But, while behavioral health issues are much more difficult to tackle, they are perhaps even more important. From our experience raising three very different children, it’s clear that…

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Why Are More Teen Girls Depressed?

The new book Coddling of the American Mind, authors Greg Lukianoff and Jonathan Haidt argue that several factors are setting kids up for failure in college. One of the factors is overuse of mobile device technology and specifically social media and its affect on major depression. We describe the risks…

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New Drugs Won’t Slow the Suicide Epidemic; They Might Be the Cause

The recent celebrity suicides of Kate Spade and Anthony Bourdain have alerted media to an epidemic of suicide in the United States over the last 15 years: U.S. health authorities said on Thursday that there had been a sharp rise in suicide rates across the country since the beginning of the…

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