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Are you feeling a little on edge lately? You’re not the only one. But thankfully, we have fellow health crusaders to help us navigate this increasingly fear-based landscape. Returning to the show this week is Dr. David Perlmutter, and I’m thrilled to say that joining us, as well, is his son, Dr. Austin Perlmutter.
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According to smartphone usage statistics, the average smartphone user checks their device 63 times per day. Are all those bleeps and bloops interrupting your day and interrupting your story? To help us figure it all out, we’re here with our friend Aaron Alexander.
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