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1 All in a Day's Work | The UCSB Current The UCSB Current 29 days ago
2 Risky Food-Finding Strategy Could be the Key to Human Success Duke Today 16 days ago
3 Tsimane people's lifestyle may be key to understanding healthy brain aging USC News 8 months ago
4 Lifestyle slows brain atrophy among indigenous Amazonian people National Institute on Aging 6 months ago
5 The Health Gap | The UCSB Current The UCSB Current 8 months ago
6 Peer-Reviewed Excellence | The UCSB Current The UCSB Current 3 days ago
7 Bolivia’s Tsimane people’s average body temperature fell half a degree in 16 years Science News 1 year ago
8 Why Bolivia's Tsimane People Avoid Doctors And What Makes Them Change Their Mind : Goats and Soda NPR 4 years ago
9 Human Evolution Led to an Extreme Thirst for Water Scientific American 7 months ago
10 Chapman Health Economist Hillard Kaplan Earns Lifetime Achievement Award | Chapman Newsroom Chapman University: Happenings 6 months ago
11 Chapman-Led Research Project Pivots to Safeguard Amazon Villagers from COVID-19 | Chapman Newsroom Chapman University: Happenings 1 year ago
12 How the Tsimané of Bolivia Stay Heart-Healthy, Despite a 2,700-Calorie Diet Inverse 3 years ago
13 Amazon Tsimane People Have the Healthiest Hearts NBCNews.com 5 years ago
14 Bolivian Tsimane People Have World's Healthiest Arteries, Study Says | Anthropology, Medicine Sci-News.com 5 years ago
15 Tsimane people: Indigenous Bolivian group have 'world's healthiest arteries', study finds The Independent 5 years ago
16 Opinion: In Bolivia, a Model for Indigenous Groups Grappling With Covid-19 Undark Magazine 1 year ago
17 Perception of musical pitch varies across cultures | MIT News | Massachusetts Institute of Technology MIT News 2 years ago
18 A Drop in Temperature | The UCSB Current The UCSB Current 1 year ago
19 Tsimane tribe in Bolivia's Amazon rainforest: Do they have the healthiest hearts on earth? CBS News 5 years ago
20 Bolivian Rainforest People Perceive Musical Pitch Differently Technology Networks 2 years ago
21 Indigenous Protection | The UCSB Current The UCSB Current 2 years ago
22 A look at parasites and pregnancy rates in Tsimane women UNM Newsroom 6 years ago
23 Tsimané of the Bolivian Amazon have world's healthiest hearts, says study The Guardian 5 years ago
24 Food for Thought | The UCSB Current The UCSB Current 3 years ago
25 The World's Healthiest Hearts Belong To The Tsimane People Of Bolivia IFLScience 5 years ago
26 Bolivian Forager-Farmers with Amazing Heart Health Are Divided Over What Makes a Good Life Baylor University 2 years ago
27 'Healthiest hearts in the world' found BBC News 5 years ago
28 Indigenous South American group has healthiest arteries of all populations yet studied, providing clues to healthy lifestyle Science Daily 5 years ago
29 Everyone maps numbers in space. But why don’t we all use the same directions? Science News Magazine 5 months ago
30 Life lessons from the native tribe with the healthiest hearts in the world CNN 3 years ago
31 Looking to the Tsimane people of the Bolivian rainforest for heart health The Globe and Mail 5 years ago
32 Bolivia’s Tsimane have healthiest hearts: study Aljazeera.com 5 years ago
33 Can this Amazonian diet offer a solution to heart disease? Medical News Today 3 years ago
34 What's The Secret To Having The Healthiest Hearts In The World? : Goats and Soda NPR 5 years ago
35 What's on the menu for people in the Amazon? Not the paleo diet Arizona State University 3 years ago
36 Parents in a Remote Amazon Village Barely Talk to Their Babies—and the Kids Are Fine Scientific American 4 years ago
37 News A land without heart disease University of California 5 years ago
38 Josh McDermott seeks to replicate the human auditory system MIT News 9 months ago
39 More Isn't Always Better | The UCSB Current The UCSB Current 7 years ago
40 Old Foes, Old Friends | The UCSB Current The UCSB Current 2 years ago
41 The Status of Women | The UCSB Current The UCSB Current 2 years ago
42 Heart-healthy forager-farmers in lowland Bolivia are changing diets and gaining weight Science Daily 2 years ago
43 How We Age | The UCSB Current The UCSB Current 1 year ago
44 Why an Amazonian tribe has the lowest rate of heart disease of any global population UNM Newsroom 5 years ago
45 In Bolivian Amazon, a Yardstick for Modern Health (Published 2012) New York Times 9 years ago
46 Capybara and eight-hour hunts: Why Bolivian hunter-gatherers have the healthiest arteries STAT 5 years ago
47 American Men Have Higher 'Macho' Hormone than Bolivian Tribesmen LiveScience.com 10 years ago
48 Glad to Be Home | The UCSB Current The UCSB Current 7 years ago
49 New Evidence Shows It's Not Just Americans Whose Bodies Are Getting Colder ScienceAlert 1 year ago
50 Hunting success boosts testosterone of Tsimane men Futurity: Research News 8 years ago
51 Amazon's Tsimane People Who Eat Monkeys And Piranhas Have Healthiest Hearts In The World Tech Times 5 years ago
52 For Whom the Births (and Worms) Toll | The UCSB Current The UCSB Current 6 years ago
53 All in the Family | The UCSB Current The UCSB Current 6 years ago
54 The World's Best Heart Health Found in Indigenous Amazon Group Live Science 5 years ago
55 Heart Healthy in the Amazon New York Times 5 years ago
56 Amazon men in their 80s have the arteries of Americans in their 50s CBC.ca 5 years ago
57 Studying the Evolutionary Benefit of Personality Traits | The UCSB Current The UCSB Current 8 years ago
58 Why do outgoing Tsimane men have more kids? Futurity: Research News 8 years ago
59 Why do you like certain music? | BrandeisNOW Brandeis University 6 years ago
60 Life Lessons | The UCSB Current The UCSB Current 5 years ago
61 Do parasitic worms help keep arteries young? Futurity: Research News 5 years ago
62 Universal musical harmony | MIT News | Massachusetts Institute of Technology MIT News 2 years ago
63 The Population Paradox | The UCSB Current The UCSB Current 3 years ago
64 Parasitic worms affect human reproduction: A study of the Tsimane people of Bolivia examines how parasitism affects female fertility Science Daily 6 years ago
65 Musical Note Perception Can Depend on Culture Scientific American 2 years ago
66 USC researchers discuss recent Alzheimer's disease discoveries USC News 7 months ago
67 A tribe living in the Bolivian rainforest has the healthiest hearts in the world ZME Science 4 years ago
68 Voluntary collective isolation is best response to COVID-19 for indigenous populations EurekAlert 2 years ago
69 These people eat monkeys and piranhas. They also have the lowest rates of heart disease ever measured. The Washington Post 5 years ago
70 Bolivian jungle dwellers have lowest rates of heart disease ever measured The Mercury News 5 years ago
71 WEIRD Science | The UCSB Current The UCSB Current 3 years ago
72 Bolivia's “Astonishingly Heart-Healthy” Indigenous Group Gained Weight After Adding Cooking Oil IFLScience 2 years ago
73 The Surprising Musical Preferences of an Amazon Tribe The Atlantic 6 years ago
74 Analyzing the language of color | MIT News | Massachusetts Institute of Technology MIT News 4 years ago
75 Researchers Travel to the Amazon to Find Out if Musical Taste is Hardwired Smithsonian 6 years ago
76 Musical pitch differs across cultures Cosmos 2 years ago
77 Why does this Amazon tribe have the healthiest hearts in the world? Irish Times 5 years ago
78 Despite meat-heavy diet, indigenous tribe has world's healthiest hearts — but why? Arizona State University 5 years ago
79 How the brain perceives rhythm | MIT News | Massachusetts Institute of Technology MIT News 5 years ago
80 Women's fertility may be boosted through parasites STAT 6 years ago
81 Chapman receives largest federal grant in school history | Chapman Newsroom Chapman University: Happenings 4 years ago
82 Why do we hear two musical notes, an octave apart, as the 'same' note? New Scientist 10 months ago
83 The musical harmonies you like depend on where you're from New Scientist News 6 years ago
84 Heart Disease and Tribal Diet Healthline 3 years ago
85 Opinion | An Ancient Cure for Alzheimer’s? New York Times 5 years ago
86 Even 80-year-olds in this Amazon tribe have healthier hearts than yours. Here’s how Hindustan Times 5 years ago
87 High Birth Rate, Pathogens Tax Tsimane Womens’ Metabolisms, Says UCSB Anthropologist Noozhawk 6 years ago
88 What Industrial Societies Get Wrong About Childhood SAPIENS 2 months ago
89 South American group has the healthiest arteries ever seen New Scientist News 5 years ago
90 Study Of Indigenous Peoples Shows Big Five Personality Traits May Not Be Universal RedOrbit 9 years ago
91 Aging gracefully in the rainforest EurekAlert 5 years ago
92 This South American Tribe Has The Healthiest Arteries Ever Seen ScienceAlert 5 years ago
93 Dissonant tones sound fine to people not raised on Western music Ars Technica 6 years ago
94 People Without Electricity Don't Get 8 Hours' Sleep Either National Geographic 6 years ago
95 Competition-linked bursts of testosterone are fundamental aspect of human biology, study of Amazonian tribe suggests Science Daily 10 years ago
96 Is Heart Disease Not a Thing of the Past? USC News 12 years ago
97 Botswana in crisis: perspective from a journalist in exile Mmegi Online 7 years ago
98 Sleep study on modern-day hunter-gatherers dispels notion that we're wired to need 8 hours a day Washington Post 6 years ago
99 Reasons why Tsimané are world’s healthiest people Voice of Journalists 5 years ago
100 Nothing Simple About Hunter-Gatherer Societies New York Times 6 years ago