Public health historian Gerald Markowitz reminds us that the problem of lead poisoning is anything but new.
A growing body of evidence suggests that subtle factors — things we’re not even aware of — influence our food choices. Everything from how our mothers ate when we we were in the womb, to what sorts of smells or noises are in the background while we dine.
NPR food and health correspondent Allison Aubrey joins us to discuss some of the latest research in this field.
Robin Young and Jeremy Hobson are hitting the road to cover the elections. Our Tumblr brings you behind the scenes.