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Posts Tagged ‘NPR’

101 Places Not To See Before You Die — on NPR’s Morning Edition

A quick post: I have an interview about 101 Places Not To See Before You Die on NPR’s Morning Edition today. For details, see here.

Diabetes on New Hampshire Public Radio

I just had the chance to speak about my article in Popular Science, Rebooting the Body, on the New Hampshire Public Radio show Word of Mouth. (For those who missed it, it’s about how a new drug, currently known as teplizumab, might be able to halt the progress of Type 1 diabetes — and potentially have uses in other autoimmune diseases.)

You can read more about the segment — and listen to the interview — here.

Marketplace commentary: The Container Store

An organizational shopping spree left me wondering about the philosophical significance of the Container Store — so I wrote an essay about it, a condensed version of which aired on American Public Media’s Marketplace.

Marketplace commentary: Orthorexia

Thanks to my editorial about how Michael Pollan ruined my life, Marketplace asked me to do a commentary about orthorexia — an unhealthy obsession with eating healthy.

NPR: Humankind

When I wrote an article for Greater Good Magazine (and then Alternet) about the science of gratitude, I had no idea it’d have so much resonance. Around Thanksgiving I was asked to come on the NPR show Humankind to talk about my gratitude experiment.

NPR: Giving Thanks

Thanks to an article I wrote about gratitude for Greater Good Magazine (picked up here by Alternet, I was invited to participate in the NPR affiliate show, Sound of Ideas for their Thanksgiving episode.

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