Cheating On The Rise, Diet And Mental Health

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Baskets of spinach
In this photo taken Jan. 2, 2016, baskets of organic spinach and other leafy greens are displayed for sale at a farmers market in Falls Church, Va.  Raw spinach and other leafy greens are a major source of E. Coli infection in the U.S. J. Scott Applewhite/AP Photo

Over the course of the pandemic, schools have seen an uptick in cheating. We talk to a reporter about the issue, and what can be done about it. Then, we talk about the relationship between your diet and your mental health.

Featured in this Show

  • What To Do About The Rise In Cheating At Schools

    As we look back at the first full school year during the pandemic, one of the biggest challenges turned out to be a rise in cheating. We look at how and why students – from grade school to college – were resorting to academic dishonesty and what’s being done about it.

  • How What You Eat Can Impact Your Mental Health

    Recent research indicates that what we eat could have a significant impact on our mood and mental health including conditions like depression and anxiety. We talk with a nutritional psychiatrist and author about the power of food to help support our mental health.

Episode Credits

  • Rob Ferrett Host
  • Sarah Hopefl Technical Director
  • Bill Martens Producer
  • Natalie Guyette Producer
  • Tawnell Hobbs Guest
  • Drew Ramsey Guest

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