Instant Index: Run for Your Life

Diane Sawyer reveals the stories people have been buzzing about all week.
1:28 | 07/28/14

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That, of course, is the unforgettable Linda ronstadt. Today, she was feeling the love at the white house. President Obama awarded her the national medal of arts, and admitted he was under her spell as a young man. I told Linda ronstadt I had a little crush on her back in the day. It was a personal triumph for ronstadt, who is battling Parkinson's, there in a wheelchair, but walking across the stage to receive her award. And tonight, a new reminder that Nike got it right. Just do it, even for five minutes. A new study out today can be summed up in one word. Run. Doesn't matter how fast or slow, even how long you run, male, female, old, young, heavy or slim, running, the study says, even as little as five or ten minutes a day, even at slow speeds, can cut the risk of heart-related death. And, the game six degrees of Kevin bacon just went nuclear thanks to this. An act core endulging a fan. So, bacon pulled out his phone and made this video. A mini movie, which means, according to the rules of the game, every one of the thousands of people in that hall can now be linked through bacon to the Hollywood heavyweights, with him in all those movies.

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