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#192: The Nature Cure

Hi there, and welcome to the second Thursday of May! My favorite month continues, which means this we
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#192: The Nature Cure
By Mark Isero • Issue #192 • View online
Hi there, and welcome to the second Thursday of May! My favorite month continues, which means this week’s lead article is filled with hope. Rather than prescribing drugs and assuming surgery, more and more doctors are urging their patients to spend time in nature in order to promote health and treat disease. I don’t know about you, but I’d much rather run around the lake or take a stroll through the woods than worry whether I’ve organized my pillbox.
The other three articles are great reads, too, though perhaps scoring lower on the hopefulness scale. You’ll learn it’s pretty much impossible to open a restaurant, it’s pretty much impossible to live in the Bay Area, and it’s pretty much impossible to listen to Jordan Peterson. Please enjoy!

The Nature Cure
Masculine Chaos
Loyal readers Denise and Jonathan are the proud owners of Stanley (#134) and Wade (#171), respectively. They report that The Highlighter has brought them closer together.
Loyal readers Denise and Jonathan are the proud owners of Stanley (#134) and Wade (#171), respectively. They report that The Highlighter has brought them closer together.
The Price We Pay: How Rising Housing Costs Are Changing The Bay Area
Starting a Restaurant Was The Dumbest Thing I’ve Ever Done In My Entire Life
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