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Jan Hillard: Conspiracy theories and COVID-19 — better the devil you know than a world you don’t

COVID 19 is fraught with fear, uncertainty, inconvenience, and threat. In times like these, most Americans rely on science, medicine, and the legitimate media to make sense of and take individual action regarding the virus. There are however some Americans who follow a much different path to navigate the virus. For these individuals, conspiracy theories provide explanations of the origins of the virus,...

Chef John Foster: It’s easy to eat whole, fresh foods – peel a banana, munch some nuts, crunch a carrot

See my “Quick Teenager-Friendly (and Healthy) Sandwich” recipe below: At last we seem to be on the right track when it comes to talking, writing and blogging about changing our eating habits and choices. Articles and debate about genetically modified organisms (GMOs), diabetes and diet cola, and guiding the food stamp process to provide real food have become much more prevalent. Driven...

Chef John Foster: Changing the tide of processed food not easy but well worth it

  See my “Quick Teenager-Friendly (and Healthy) Sandwich” recipe below:   At last we seem to be on the right track when it comes to talking, writing and blogging about changing our eating habits and choices. Articles and debate about genetically modified organisms (GMOs), diabetes and diet cola, and guiding the food stamp process to provide real food have become much more prevalent.   Time...