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  1. A hat tip to David Stern, CR Society Board Member, treasurer, and co-organizer of our amazing Calorie Restriction Society Conferences: The University of Wisconsin at Madison is home one of the two main studies on the effects of CR in nonhuman primates. A paper centering on the University (I'm not clear on whether it's actually an University paper or is one of the many third-party sites providing campus coverage) did a story on CR focused on the primate studies. It covers a lot of the difficulties the Wisconsin study encountered, and the surprising and controversial contrast between its results and the NIA study (see here and here). It's surprisingly well-rounded and nuanced, and certainly neither a cheerleading nor a naysaying article:
  2. A recent, rather well-rounded press piece on the nonhuman primate studies. Read More →