Unfortunately I'm quite short on time today, so I'm going to pass on a couple reads I think you'll enjoy. Both two-part series come from Brian St. Pierre, who keeps a fantastic website that primarily centers around nutrition. I check his site a couple times a month, and there were a few I found over the past four weeks or so that really hit home.
Here Brian does a fantastic job directing people away from idiocy and brings us back to seeing things with a clear lens. As Alwyn Cosgrove once exclaimed: "Regardless of pesticides, fructose levels, etc., people who eat the most fruits and vegetables are healthier than those who eat the least. You're going to have a hard time convincing me that the current obesity epidemic is a result of people eating too many apples!"
Given that I deleted my Facebook account in college to help me manage my time better, on top of the fact that my wife and I don't even pay for basic cable due to TV being an utter time-vacuum, I felt this short series really hit the nail on the head and offered some very practical+effective tools to improve one's sense of well-being.
That will do it for today. Be back soon!