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Carb Myths Mar. 01, 2019

Nutrition News

Lately, I feel like I've had way too many conversations defending carbohydrates. Maybe it's because ... Read More

Welfare for the Rich Feb. 27, 2019

John Stossel

When I hear "welfare payments," I think "poor people." But America's biggest welfare recipients are ... Read More

Vitamin D and Diabetes Jan. 25, 2019

Nutrition News

Vitamin D may play a significant role in helping people with prediabetes not develop the disease. In... Read More

Cancer and Sugar Dec. 07, 2018

Nutrition News

You've probably heard the adage that you shouldn't feed cancer cells sugar. Maybe you've wondered if... Read More

Can Vitamin D Help Prevent Diabetes? Nov. 30, 2018

Nutrition News

Three in 4 Americans have a vitamin D deficiency, according to the Academy of Nutrition and Dietetic... Read More

Less Sugar, Better Carbohydrates Nov. 09, 2018

Nutrition News

There's really no one good way to lose weight. Some people lose weight counting calories, others wit... Read More

Trump's Steel and Aluminum Tariffs Mar. 14, 2018

Walter E. Williams

There are a couple of important economic lessons that the American people should learn. I'm going to... Read More

Repeal! No, Wait! Feb. 15, 2017

John Stossel

Republicans promised to repeal the Affordable Care Act. But now they are hesitating. I understand w... Read More

International Trade Thuggery Jan. 18, 2017

Walter E. Williams

President-elect Donald Trump's threats against American companies looking to relocate in foreign cou... Read More

Please, No More Miracles Dec. 14, 2016

Walter E. Williams

President-elect Donald Trump has warned companies that they are not going to leave the United States... Read More

The Rich and Us Nov. 02, 2016

Walter E. Williams

Microsoft co-founder Bill Gates, having a net worth of $81.8 billion, and Amazon.com CEO Jeff Bezos,... Read More

Best Lesson of the Last 40 Years? You Are Responsible For ... Oct. 04, 2016

Energy Express

Last week, I began what I plan to finish today: a look back over 40 years of writing this syndicated... Read More

A Child's Sweet Obsession Can Lead to Sour Results Sep. 02, 2016

C Force

As I mentioned last week, according to a 2006 study, the typical kid in the United States will see, ... Read More

Sweet, Sweeter, Sweetest: Mix It up When It Comes to Your Desserts Aug. 12, 2016

After-Work Gourmet

Not only did Los Angeles' High Tea Cottage serve cake as part of a 90th birthday high tea celebratio... Read More

Thinking Beyond Stage One Jul. 06, 2016

Walter E. Williams

A recent ruling by the U.S. Department of Commerce dramatically increased tariffs on some Chinese st... Read More

Money Going to Washington Jun. 15, 2016

Walter E. Williams

According to a New York Post article (May 22, 2016), in just two years, Hillary Clinton — form... Read More

Want an Orange Soda? Good Luck. Jun. 13, 2016

Marc Dion

I like orange soda. I like grape, too. It's something an 8-year-old boy would like, and it embarrass... Read More

Yogurt, the Siggi Way Oct. 16, 2015

Nutrition News

Siggi Hilmarsson was raised in Iceland on a traditional Icelandic diet — fish, potatoes, dense... Read More

As the Saying Goes, We Are What We Eat Sep. 04, 2015

C Force

Next month, Fred Kummerow, nutrition expert and professor emeritus at the University of Illinois, wi... Read More

Sticking Up for Coke, Sort Of Aug. 18, 2015

Froma Harrop

Champions of righteous eating have been saying terrible things of late about Coke. They're now focus... Read More