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This is not truth. It is my version of events. It is how I remember it happened. It is how they remembered how it happened. It is an oral history. It is what someone dares say on the record. It is the story of someone who wants to […] The Treachery of Words — BREVITY’s Nonfiction […]
Remember Bobi? Meet Bobi, the World’s Oldest Dog Bobi had a birthday. Bobi eats only human food. Bobi, who only eats human food, has far exceeded the usual 12-14 year life expectancy of his breed, Rafeiro do Alentejos. Owners of ‘the world’s oldest dog’ Bobi reveal secret to his long life as he turns 31 — […]
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I like broccoli.
I love broccoli.
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Great blog post! It’s fascinating to learn about the protective effects of broccoli on our health, particularly in reducing the risk of cancer and type 2 diabetes. The recent study you mentioned about how certain molecules in broccoli can protect the gut lining and inhibit disease development is especially insightful. I’m curious, do you think further research could lead to similar findings in human subjects?