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Sawbones: Going Grey

An illustration of two blue snakes twisting around a radius and ulna bone topped with a handsaw coming off either side to form a caduceus staff. The snake on the left is wearing a red dunce cap and the snake on the right is wearing a red graduation cap. The background is a pop art style red to blue fade. At the bottom of the image it says “Sawbones” with “A marital tour of misguided medicine” written below that.

Why do people start losing the pigment in their hair as they grow older? Well, it might be one of those things that we don’t entirely understand, though there are some new studies that offer some ideas. But that didn’t stop people throughout history from trying to find ways to keep their hair from turning grey. Of course, Justin doesn’t need any of these methods because he has surprisingly little grey hair for someone his age. As he points out. Repeatedly.

Music: “Medicines” by The Taxpayers

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