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We all have very different experiences of food, weight loss, and running. I've talked on the Blokeology podcast about my own efforts to be careful about my diet, manage my own weight, and be mindful of how it all fits together. There's no right answer. I wanted to...read more
I was delighted to jump on board with the Modern Wisdom podcast for an episode. Chris Williamson and I chatted about all things related to workplace pain, sitting at desks, eye strain and headaches, and how to be a bit more productive.read more
I love this academic paper. It’s a great example of a topic that you might not even think to apply evidence. It's an important one though: how can you avoid blisters when running? Worthing RM, Percy RL, Joslin JD. Prevention of Friction Blisters in Outdoor Pursuits -...read more
Written by Jack Urwin -- In October 2015, Jack Urwin wrote an article for VICE, A Stiff Upper Lip is Killing Men. It’s still there. It went viral and this book on masculinity came off the back of that piece. The article introduced us to his relationship with his...read more
Here are my eight essential running books for blokes.
Of course, there are many more out there but this little collection will give you a start, offer you some inspiration, and give you some techniques and approaches to get you fitter as well. If you’ve not read these already then I recommend you add them to your list.read more
The best case fallacy highlights that the default human state is incurable optimism and it applies to almost human activities. Here’s the problem: You probably don’t think it applies to you. But it does and understanding it will help drive healthy behaviours. Whether it’s getting more active or reducing the risk of injury you need to tackle the best case fallacy.read more
Blokeology Research Snippets
In a nutshell: Misogyny damages women but it is also associated with harmful behaviours in the men themselves. Misogyny is, unsurprisingly, known to be bad for women. They face threat of physical, sexual and psychological abuse. Yet, not all that much is known about...read more
In a nutshell: A low FODMAP diet could help runners who get problems with severe GI symptoms during races. A case study reported on a female ultra-runner who was competing in a multi-stage ultramarathon. She suffered from irritable bowel syndrome (IBS). If you've ever...read more
In a nutshell: A finger up your bum to examine your prostate is not a great way to screen for prostate cancer. We need better screening options. It could be perceived as a barrier to prostate cancer screening. Blokes don't like the idea of digital rectal examination...read more
In a nutshell: If you are colour blind then you are more likely to present with later stage bladder cancer. I am red-green colour blind and I'm well aware of my general inability to distinguish red particularly well. In particular, I often miss subtler shades of pink....read more
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My name is Euan Lawson and I am a British doctor. I don’t do hokum but I can offer some inspiration, some motivation, and a solid dose of evidence-based insight.
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