Hunting May Cure Nature-Deficit-Disorder

In his new book, "Last Child in the Woods: Saving our Children from Nature-Deficit-Disorder," Richard Louv points out that among today's increasingly urban population, kids spend as many as 44 hours a week in front electronic media and some 20 percent of them are clinically obese. His point—that kids aren't spending enough time in outdoors—has some looking toward hunting as the cure. Here's the story.