Diffusion Science radio: Wound honey and rhythmotron

Wound honey and rhythmotron

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Walk fast if you want to live by Ian Woolf,
Daniel Bouzho talks about Manuka honey and bacteria,
Raelene Sommer describes the Rhythmotron and Penrith Observatory.
Fact and sound checking by Charles Willock,
Produced and hosted by Ian Woolf.

Daniel Bouzho
Daniel Bouzho

Raelene Sommer
Raelene Sommer with the Rhythomtron and Xronomorph

XronoMorph | A free new app that helps musicians develop new rhythms

Self-rated walking pace and all-cause, cardiovascular
disease and cancer mortality: individual participant
pooled analysis of 50 225 walkers from 11 population
British cohorts

Walking faster could make you live longer: research

June 4, 2018
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