Random blog posts about research in political communication, how people learn or don't learn from the media, why it all matters -- plus other stuff that interests me. It's my blog, after all. I can do what I want.
Thursday, September 24, 2009
Only about a third of Americans can identify that basic recommendation that we get 30 minutes or more of physical activity every day, according to a new study. And fewer than half meet the recommendations. While the analysis is new, the data are from 2005. But it gets at the heart of what people know -- in this case, what they know about exercise.