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Author: Darya Rose, Ph.D

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Darya Rose, Ph.D, brings a fact-based perspective to answer the confounding questions that come up in our day to day lives. From achieving optimal health, to making conscious choices about your purchases and raising kids that thrive, we’re here to help you navigate your life with confidence.
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Dr. Andrew Huberman is a tenured Professor of Neurobiology and Ophthalmology at Stanford School of Medicine. His laboratory studies neural regeneration and neuroplasticity, and brain states such as stress, focus, fear, and optimal performance. He is also active in public education, teaching neuroscience and neuroscience related tools on Instagram and The Huberman Lab Podcast. Dr. Huberman is a regular standing member of National Institutes of Health review panels, a Fellow of the McKnight Foundation and a fellow of the Pew Charitable Trusts. He regularly consults for technology development companies, professional athletic organizations, and for various units of United States and Canadian Special Operations. Huberman Lab PodcastInstagram @hubermanlabThe Kevin Rose Show with Andrew HubermanOura ringWhoopApoE4 gene and Alzheimer’s diseaseThe Distracted Mind by Adam Gazzaley Sleep training for infantsThe Circadian Code by Dr. Satchin PandaChamomile extract / ApigeninExamine.comMagnesium L-threonateMagnesium taurateL-theanine / Relax SynergyReveri digital hypnosisYoga NidraNon-Sleep Deep Rest (NSDR)Supernatural VR workout on OculusEight Sleep podVitamin D3Light Meter appLight pad Lion's Mane  
Stephanie Edgerly (PhD., University of Wisconsin-Madison) is an associate professor with a specialization in audience insight at Northwestern University. She is also director of research at the Medill School of Journalism, and a faculty associate at Northwestern’s Institute for Policy Research. Dr. Edgerly’s research explores how features of new media alter the way people consume news and the impact on political engagement. She is the 2020 recipient of the Walder Award for research excellence at Northwestern, and a speaker in the U.S. State Department’s Bureau of International Information Programs as an expert in journalism. She has traveled to Belgium, Denmark, China, the UK, Greece, and the Philippines to talk with government officials, journalists, and students about issues related to fake news, news media trust, and news literacy. Peter Slevin is a Chicago-based contributing writer for The New Yorker who focuses on politics. He has written recently about the power of Republican disinformation in Iowa and progressive reactions to President Biden’s agenda. He spent a decade on the Washington Post’s national staff, as well as seven years as the Miami Herald’s European correspondent. Slevin is the author of “Michelle Obama: A Life,” which was a finalist for the 2016 PEN/Jacqueline Bograd Weld Award for Biography. He teaches at Northwestern University, where he is a professor at the Medill School of Journalism.Twitter:  @stephedgerly      @peterdslevinSpotlight movieWhy The New York Times Is Retiring The Term Op-Ed Media bias chart All Sides politifact.comfactcheck.orgWashington Post Fact CheckerDeep Throat in Watergate  Pizzagate: From rumor, to hashtag, to gunfire in D.C.  by Marc Fisher
Renée DiResta is the technical research manager at the Stanford Internet Observatory. She investigates the spread of malign narratives across social and other media networks. Her areas of research include disinformation and propaganda by state sponsored actors, also health misinformation and conspiracy theories. Renée has advised Congress, the state department and other academic civic and business organizations, and has studied disinformation and computational propaganda in the context of pseudoscience, conspiracies, terrorism, and state sponsored information warfare. reneediresta.comTwitter @noupside
Adam Gazzaley, M.D., Ph.D. is the David Dolby Distinguished Professor of Neurology, Physiology and Psychiatry at the UCSF, and the Founder & Executive Director of Neuroscape at UCSF. Dr. Gazzaley is co-founder and Chief Science Advisor of Akili Interactive, Sensync and JAZZ Venture Partners. He has been a scientific advisor for over a dozen companies, filed multiple patents - notably his invention of the first video game cleared by the FDA, authored over 150 scientific articles, and delivered over 675 invited presentations around the world. He wrote and hosted the nationally-televised PBS special “The Distracted Mind with Dr. Adam Gazzaley”, and co-authored the 2016 MIT Press book “The Distracted Mind: Ancient Brains in a High-Tech World”, winner of the 2017 PROSE Award. He is the recipient of the 2015 Science Educator Award and the 2020 Global Gaming Citizen Honor.
These first few episodes tackle a big question, which is how do we know what’s true? Somehow this question has become incredibly muddy in the past few years, and I’d like to highlight some of the ways we can get back on track and rediscover a common reality we can agree upon.
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