Meaningful mirrors, new newsfeeds, and more

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October 30, 2017

Meaningful mirrors, new newsfeeds, and more

Did you already throw James Comey a follow on his secret Twitter? No? Okay, well surely you applied for the opening to be the British Royal Family’s intern? Didn’t do that either? Don’t feel bad—these runners lost the 2017 Venice Marathon because they were following a motorcycle that took a wrong turn. Here are five more stories to keep … Read more Meaningful mirrors, new newsfeeds, and more

Truth and Consequences: How Kids Learn to Think Critically about their Health and Beyond

When it comes to health, bogus and misleading claims are as common as dirt. And unfortunately, a lifetime of received wisdom can make it difficult to distinguish between advice grounded in scientific evidence and that grounded in folklore. People are often stubborn, resistant to change, and reluctant to learn new things when new facts contradict … Read more Truth and Consequences: How Kids Learn to Think Critically about their Health and Beyond