Dom D'Agostino on the Tim Ferris Show

How the pursuit of size and strength impacts the pursuit of longevity.


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Dr Dominic 'Dom' D'Agostino - an assistant professor in the Department of Molecular Pharmacology and Physiology at the University of South Florida, Morsani College of Medicine - appears on episode 188 of Tim Ferris' podcast, discussing the ways in which the pursuit of size and strength impacts the pursuit of longevity. Fascinating indeed.

You can grab the audio here, or subscribe to the show on something like iTunes.

Dom D'Agostino on the Tim Ferris Show



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