Over at EconLog, Bryan Caplan has an interesting post about how research findings make us feel. He argues what we're wired to like some outcomes better than others based on our predispositions. As he points out, sometimes these feelings can fly in the face of logic.
Just something to keep in mind as we read stories telling us organics aren't any more nutritious or than non-organics or that eating GMOs gives rats tumors. We should strive to ask not "how do I feel about these results?" but rather "are they true?"