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Category Archives: health
A rose by any other name … got me thinking. “All-American Cracked Wheat Summer Salad.” That’s my new name for tabouli. Or tabbouleh. Or tabuleh. Or any of the other variations of this wheaty salad. (What? Spellcheck says “wheaty” isn’t … Continue reading
One in three. In a lot of competitive programs, on the first day of training the instructors will tell the candidates: look to your left, and then look to your right. Come graduation day, one of you won’t be here. … Continue reading
Dan Buettner shares the 9 common diet and lifestyle habits that are found in the world’s longest living communities. http://video.ted.com/assets/player/swf/EmbedPlayer.swf
The new KFC Double-Down. I really thought this was just a publicity stunt, but apparently it’s real. Surely the combo meal comes with a tray of doughnuts, an XXXL Snuggie, and a bottle of Lipitor.
The Winter Games are on. I’m not sure if the Winter Games are significantly different than the Summer Games in this aspect, but I find myself marveling at the kids who are performing on the international stage. There are so … Continue reading
With St Paddy’s Day right around the corner, here’s some good advice, as if you need another reason to opt for a glass of Gaelic black gold. (Although, if you’re drinking the draught canned version, you’re supposed to drink it … Continue reading
A couple or three scary maps from the USDA’s Food Atlas that fairly clearly lay out the correlation (if not the causation) between food choices and health issues. (Hat tip to La Vida Locavore.) First up, note the link between … Continue reading