Dr. Paul Clayton - Losing my religion

Losing my religion

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At the end of each year I look back to the preceding year and reflect on how limited my understanding...

Dr. Paul Clayton - Complex Inflammation

Complex Inflammation

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There is acute inflammation, which is generally a good thing and is involved in clearing infections and tissue damage; and...

Dr. Paul Clayton - The Bug is a Feature (Part II)

The Bug is a Feature (Part II)

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If you didn’t know by now that we are half human half bug, you have not been paying attention to...

Dr. Paul Clayton - Inflammation Near and Far, East and West

Inflammation Near and Far, East and West

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Two related questions.  Q1. If, thanks to our terrible diets and lifestyles, chronic inflammation is rife (and the public health...

Dr.Paul Clayton - Egg and sperm race

Egg and sperm race

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Q. Are we not men? A. We are Devo! Over the last few decades, a growing number of scientific papers...

Dr. Paul Clayton - The microbiome and the brain

The microbiome and the brain

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Like beta software, humans are full of bugs. And like beta software too, something that you first thought of as...

Dr. Paul Clayton - Breakfast in America

Breakfast in America

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I apologise for the pap reference. I loathe the music of the middle of the road musicians who produced the...

Dr. Paul Clayton - Sugar Sugar

Sugar Sugar

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We just ate Christmas. For many it is a time to let dietary inhibitions fall away and over-indulge, with cake,...

Dr. Paul Clayton - Happy genes, smiling vegetables

Happy genes, smiling vegetables

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An old friend who held a senior position at Disney told me that every Christmas, theme park staff have the...

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