In this episode of the Think Fast, Talk Smart podcast, host Matt Abrahams discusses with David Bradford and Carole Robin, longtime teachers of the popular elective Interpersonal Dynamics, how our behavior impacts our relationships and success as a leader.
Freeman Spogli Institute for International Studies —
Levels of a substance in nonagenerians’ and centenarians’ blood accurately predict how much longer they’re going to live. The substance comes from the brain. The findings could prove useful in developing life-extending drugs.
Charles Ayson was working the night shift at Stanford hospital in mid-March when it was announced that the 22-bed medical unit where he worked as a nurse would be dedicated to treating patients with the contagious, sometimes deadly new disease known as COVID-19.
Stanford Institute for Human-Centered Artificial Intelligence —
Using data gathered by an app, the study tracked four cycles – daily, weekly, seasonal and menstrual – as well as variation in mood, vital signs and behavior in 3.3 million people who menstruate from more than 100 countries.