51: Beware of Exploding Pork
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February 16, 2012
This week, Angelo Coppola discusses: • is added fiber good for you? • superbugs in meat • pig farms exploding • lack of sleep and hunger • why runners get injured • curing cancer with mushrooms • aspirin’s role in cancer treatment • the staggering cost of creating a drug • akrasia: a condition you probably have • is pork ok to eat? • The Statistics Driven Life in the Moment of Paleo segment • Philip Zimbardo, After the Bell Links for this episode:Paula Deen's Diabetes Ad from betsysodaro, Avin Das, Andy Maxwell, Funny Or Die, Alex Richanbach, and BoTown SoundIs Adding Fiber To Food Really Good For Your Health? : The Salt : NPRThe rise of Big Meat-bred super bugs - Salon.comSh*t happens: Mysterious ‘manure foam’ causes pig farms to explode | GristLack of sleep makes your brain hungryPhys Ed: Does Foot Form Explain Running Injuries? - NYTimes.comVideo - Breaking News Videos from CNN.comThe Truly Staggering Cost Of Inventing New Drugs - ForbesAkrasia, or Why You Act Against Your Own Better Judgment | Mark's…