We Need New Cures Improving our habits and behavior is undoubtedly a massive opportunity to proactively improve human health, for pennies on the dollar. At the same time, it's not a silver bullet. Many diseases aren't preventable with a change in behavior, and for those that are, we are still far away from "solving" the behavior change problem. It's hard. Some people might respond really well to notifications from their Fitbit to get out and walk. Others might be unable to find time to exercise between working two jobs and raising kids. We need to improve both behavior and biology; this post is about the latter.
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