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Your Health Podcast: Sidewalk Rage And Dangerous Cheese

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On this week's podcast - the FDA inspects cheese made from unpasteurized milk. Amy Standen for NPR hide caption

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On this week's podcast - the FDA inspects cheese made from unpasteurized milk.

On this week's podcast - the FDA inspects cheese made from unpasteurized milk.

Amy Standen for NPR

Our hosts April Fulton and Rebecca Davis like to get where they are going in a hurry, muttering under their breath at slower pedestrians and as they blow past. This week, they learned they are actually exhibiting symptoms of a new syndrome: "sidewalk rage."

On the show they'll discuss their pedestrian aggression, as well as American loyalty to fast-food, cheese makers in trouble with the FDA, and a link between baldness and prostate cancer.

Plus: How can you get a 6-year-old to eat his broccoli? And how does learning this kind of self-control now affect his future? We've got two stories that seek to answer these questions.

You can listen to the podcast here, or download it to listen on the go. But if you're out walking on the street – watch out! Our hosts might just knock you over.

You can find the podcast at the bottom of the page under the podcast heading. To subscribe to the Your Health podcast click here.

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