Statistics can be dry and boring - or frightening. Or we can do something to change the outcome of scary predictions. Here's an example: Will you get Alzheimer's disease? Can you avoid it?
Confused about the Middle East conflict? Well, it's been a while since I was in school and most history of current import happened since then anyway. Here's a short, visual record complete with great maps from Lior, a regular contributor to ChefAl of Great World Chefs. See History in a Nutshell.
Does someone in your family have a child with a genetic abnormality? If so, read Wired's article showing that the days of blind acceptance or exhaustive and often futile research in libraries is coming to an end: The Citizen Scientists sent to me by my son, Mark Metcalf (Zog to his friends).
Was the wrong person being prosecuted? An opinion on the Angela Yates trial.
Flu season is arriving. Some foods MAY contain a natural defense against flu, as well as other nasties. If we were playing "Jeopardy, the answer would be "What is glutathione?".
Does later-age onset diabetes run in your family? Are you overweight, inactive or have other risk factors for diabetes? Here's some ways to possibly avoid getting it. According to the latest news, with a lowered fat diet and you can dramatically drop the probability of future risk for this unpleasant and harmful disease.
Here's yet another reason to wash your produce, and we're not talking about just rinsing here, either. Ever hear of shigella? Read more at HealthScout.
Great news! Karen Danielson has sent her new cookbook, Creations and Collections from KD's Kitchen, to the publisher. She'll get the proofs back in about three weeks, and then off to the printer. We'll keep you posted!
How about a blood thinner that's safe, effective, helps prevent blood clots, and tastes good too. An unexpected source!
Progress Report: Spring's here, a TV show and a new cookbook almost ready, from Karen Danielson.
Engineered corn is found to be toxic to Monarch Butterflies. Is this the environment we wish to leave for our children and grandchildren - a world without this beautiful butterfly. Read the full report at CBSNews: Corn Safety Questioned
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