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Baby's Best Interest

In this week's episode, Obstetrician and Gynecologist Amy Tuteur asks us to consider, "Why do good mothers feel so badly about themselves?" Tuteur, a mom of four herself, tells EconTalk host Russ Roberts that the natural parenting movement deserves much of the blame. How many of the decisions mothers make during pregnancy and childbirth are subject to pressure, and without demonstrable health benefits for the baby? Can the origins of trends in breastfeeding and attachment parenting help us understand the...
EconTalk (Extras) By Amy Willis
What does it mean to live a healthy life?
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  Have you been enjoying your red wine and dark chocolate every evening, amassing their health benefits along the way? Or have you been slowly subtracting days from your life via the same practice? It's hard to know what to make of the torrent of...

Coming Monday to EconTalk: Daniel Hamermesh on Spending Time

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