Humans today are living longer than ever before. But worries about terrorism, food safety, and random violence, to name but a few, leave many in a perpetual state of fear. Journalist Daniel Gardner examines what the latest brain research reveals about why we fear the things we should not and how doing so can put us at greater risk

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  • Daniel Gardner Columnist and senior writer for the "Ottawa Citizen."

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