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The Current The grain debate

"Grain Brain" author, Dr. David Perlmutter suggests wheat, carbs and sugar can damage mental health. He believes carbs are destroying our brains and our bodies.

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As It Happens Shooting range death

"An unfortunate industrial accident." That's how the operator of an Arizona shooting range describes the death of one of his instructors.

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Grownups Read Things They Wrote as Kids Last round of stories

A reluctantly written thank you notes, a catalog of neighborhood ghosts, and a time capsule letter from 1960. More stories from the "wonder years."

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