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A rope under stress.

1. Technology might have killed bookstores and taxicabs, but television is safe (so far). Journalist Michael Wolff tunes us in to why the future of TV looks brighter than ever.

2. Eating paleo like our ancestors might mean chowing down on more carbs than we thought.  Evolutionary geneticist Mark Thomas discusses his research on what our ancestors really ate.

3. Stress may actually be good for you. Stanford psychologist Kelly McGonigal and George Mason professor Todd Kashdan explain the evolving research on pressure.

What if there was an upside to the anxiety you feel? Stanford psychologist Kelly McGonigal and George Mason professor Todd Kashdan explain why stress might just be a good thing. Read More...

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Soccer games, homework, dance lessons: the life of a grade school student is busy. Psychology professor Peter Gray says kids would be a lot better off if we just let them play the way they're supposed to. Read More...

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New research shows that stress may not be as bad as we thought. Reporter Cristina Quinn heads to a local start up to find out just how stressful work is, and why it actually helps them grow. Read More...

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Stretched too thin? Author Greg McKeown explains why you need to focus your energy on what really matters.  Read More...

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