Jean Rogers, director of the Children’s Screen Time Action Network, joins Chris Kresser on Revolution Health Radio to discuss ways we can reduce screen time for children, and why doing so is crucial to their...
Biomechanist Katy Bowman, author of numerous books including Move Your DNA and Grow Wild, joins Chris Kresser in this episode of Revolution Health Radio to discuss human movement ecology and the issue of sedentarism in...
Technology addiction is a very real problem. Innovations such as smartphones, social media, and the internet are addictive by their very nature. They’re specifically engineered to take advantage of human vulnerabilities and hardwired basic needs.
Do you have a healthy, balanced relationship with technology? If you find yourself unable to focus throughout the day, a digital detox might be in order. Find out how to go off the grid.
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