115. How the centre-right will attract women

Opinion analyst Per Rosencrantz joins the podcast to talk about why so much politics is about tougher sentences, gang crime and migration while women are interested in healthcare and health. 

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Is your New Year's resolution to lose weight in 2024? Erik Hörstadius, journalist, author and winner of Biggest loser VIP, is a guest on the podcast and talks about how to keep the weight off. 

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111. The art of living a long and healthy life

Doctor Gustav Soler joins the podcast to get to the bottom of the concept of longevity. Soler explains how stress, supplements, drugs and sleep affect long-term health and how to measure biological age. We also find out if exchanging blood with...

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