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I always tend to print them out so I can refer to them later, add my notes, highlight, etc. I still love the printed page. You don't wnat to ask how many notebooks I do have.
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Thought this was a good article from Chris Kresser for those of us that enjoy reading these things or want to know how to get started:
A tip of my own, is to open another window while you have the paper you are reading open as well. You can use this second window to pull up any vocabulary or medical terms you're not familiar with. Also as you read, write down any questions you have to look up later.
Makes the reading and understanding go so much better.
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