[ok wait, that didn't sound ~Exactly as good as the original by Hippocrates; ... -whatever. Close enough for government work. Moving on...]
-For many of us who have done any kind of research about health, it can be a difficult and obscure endeavor.
Oftentimes there are answers hidden in odd contexts, making it difficult to separate vapor from substance; with lots of trial and error. It can feel at times, a very lonely wilderness.
-Especially when the standard, “Antibiotics, Bloodwork & Stethoscopes” approach doesn’t have all the answers.
SO: when Jamie Shupak shared a tiny snippet of her efforts to mitigate something incurable and the strangely-lucky turn it took, for an interview on the GrubStreet food blog, she found that response to the article more about cures & weak-ties, and less about GrubStreet’s [pun-alert!] meat-and-potatoes…
+And BTW, While you’re stuck waiting for those 3-D Printed replacement Brain Parts from before…
Just wiggle on down to So-Car and hit up Dr. Ning Zhang at Clemson; -whose original invention should be coming into the mainstream Any Day Now! -It was supposed to be Late 2012.
She’ll check out the severity of your Pro-Wrestling-Ladder-Fall-Concussion, ice your head, inject some Stem-CEllmer’s Gel-Glue in there (no, not that kind of head-gel, Jersey Shore cast members who’ve mistakenly wandered over here), and you’ll be back body-slamming Andre The Giant in no time…
Friday’s “Please Explain” segment on WNYC’s “Leonard Lopate Show” was a great episode on the Human Micro-Biome Project and why people die in the Matrix but not Inception.
Guests Dr. Lita Proctor and (the awesomely-named) Dr. Martin Blazer chimed in on how the HMP’s 5-year-mission is to explore strange new worlds, to seek out new life and new civilizations, to boldly go where no man has gone before sequence a basic microbial dna landscape using a reference set