CK Links--Friday October 30, 2015

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Before you start believing the WHO's latest claim that processed meats are "carcinogenic," consider both the absolute and relative risk. (BuzzFeed)

Even better: the WHO's meat study is "confusogenic" to humans. (Jayson Lusk)

Believe it or not, you do not need to worry about your weight, your cholesterol, or your blood pressure. (Science 2.0)

Related: Worry Porn

The rule against refreezing is a myth. (Bellavitae)

Who really owns that small organic brand you like? (NPR)

Why a $15 minimum wage is an "economic deathwish" and a "new business repellent" for cities considering it. (Carpe Diem)

Is stoicism too trendy now? (Reddit)

Why I'm putting my phone far, far away. (50by25)

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chacha1 said...

Science 2.0: I honestly don't care about my cholesterol number, my blood-pressure number, or even my blood-sugar number. But I do care about my weight, and here's why.
When I am 10-15 pounds overweight, as I am now, I can tell.
My energy level, my sleep quality, and my allergic response are all worse than when I am fitter.
Plus, I look worse. I look older and less pretty.
I think those are sufficient reasons to manage my weight.

Laura @ 50by25 said...

Thanks so much for sharing my post!