Most of the rest of the day's news was filled up with features…
CBS continued Your DNA Destiny, its series on testing for genetic predisposition to disease. If you have the gene for hypertrophic cardiomyopathy, in-house physician Jon LaPook told us, you should get a heart defibrillator surgically implanted.
NBC's Our Planet series on the environment took us to Earth University in Costa Rica which teaches sustainable agriculture for development in Latin America and Africa. Anne Thompson showed us where the bananas at Whole Foods come from.
ABC's Bill Weir started of a two-parter on The Lifetime Crunch about ubiquitous multitasking. We have so many gadgets that researchers reckon we cram 31 hours of activity into every 24. The upshot: "When quantity of activity goes up, quality goes down."
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