Saturday, June 22, 2013

Saturday Stories: Feminism, Starbucks' Calories, and Cancer

Fill in the blank, "I need feminism because ________"

Great take by The Atlantic's Corby Kummer on Starbucks' new plan to nationally roll out menu board labels ahead of the rest of the country.

The Globe and Mail's Andre Picard setting us straight on cancer breakthroughs, "We cannot suspend our critical faculties because of wishful thinking."

[And if you don't follow me on Twitter or Facebook, here's an unabridged interview that I did with CTV's Avis Favaro on the question of whether or not obesity is a disease and another with CFRA's Mark Sutcliffe.]