In this episode's News & Views, we look at a study that says junk food's not so bad; another study that says sugar is toxic; and a disturbing report that shows mortality rates are on the rise for middle-aged white Americans. In the Shinrin-yoku segment, we look at stats about how much time kids are spending in nature. Our Moment of Paleo is about expectations. After the Bell features writer Andrew Solomon. Plus, a "superhuman" documentary and a book recommendation, too.
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- VICE documentary - Wim Hof, The Iceman - Innerfire
- Candy, Soda, and Fast Food are Not Driving the Rising Obesity Trend in the US | Food and Brand Lab
- Turns Out Junk Food Isn't To Blame For Obesity
- Sugar Is Definitely Toxic, a New Study Says | TIME
- Study Concluded That Sugar Is Toxic : MEDICINE & HEALTH : Science Times
- Study: Cutting sugar improves kids' health in 10 days - CNN.com
- Glaring Flaws in Sugar Toxicity Study
- Kids, Sugar, and Metabolic Mechanisms | Nutrevolve
- Death Rates Rising for Middle-Aged White Americans, Study Finds - The New York Times
- More Undereducated, Middle-Aged Whites are Dying - Fortune
- Adults over 30 may be losing the "happiness advantage" - CBS News
- Children 'missing whole side to life' by not spending enough time outdoors - Independent.ie
- The Parable of Maybe | – Humans Are Not Broken
- Happiness on the Decline for Adults | Psych Central News
- How To Be Happy: Key To Happiness May Be As Simple As Logging Off Facebook
- Andrew Solomon: Depression, the secret we share | TED Talk | TED.com
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