1. "Good Morning America" has been a part of my morning routine for some days. I'm sorry, I actually meant decades. And in October, like a lot of news outlets, particularly given host Robin Roberts well-documented experience with breast cancer and resulting MDS, they did stories about breast cancer and the importance of mammograms. Contributor Amy Robach agreed to have her mammogram on air, which is brave. (Could not pay me. Well, maybe, let's talk numbers.) Well, it found cancer. So, now she is having surgery and getting treatments. As other have pointed out, mammograms are boring and not fun and most people get negatives. But the reason you do it is because sometimes they find things. They find things, generally faster than self exams (although those are also important) or other ways that these things show up.
2. There's a lot of talk about how the nerd in class often go on to become writers or actors or what have you. Author Matt De La Pena wants to make sure the tough kid who might also be writing in the back of the class also gets attention. Possibly even those kids labeled reluctant readers.3. You almost have to see this to believe it, but someone has created matched photos of sexy men and cats in the same poses. (Safe for wherever photos of sexy (at least partially clothed but sexy men and cat photos are acceptable).