Archive for December, 2009
The ratio of omega-3 fats to omega-6 fats has been moving in favor of omega-6s for years in the American diet. My reading tells me that this imbalance of the omega-3s and omega-6s is dominant in the American diet, leading to general and specific deterioration in American health. Read on to learn the benefits of omega-3 and how to best get it in your diet…
The U.S. Civil Rights Commission recently subpoenaed the Justice Department in an effort to understand why they dropped charges in May against three members of the New Black Panther Party for Self-Defense in a voter intimidation case that was won by the government.
An Oklahoma district judge put off until Feb. 19 any decision about an anti-abortion law that would require doctors to submit information about women who have the procedure in the state. That information would then be published—with names omitted—on the website of the Oklahoma State Department of Health.
Dear Bob, My child has minor health problems. How can I be sure he has the proper diet and receives the nutrition he needs? A: My bet is that your child’s diet lacks omega-3 fats and is not on a low carbohydrate diet. Most children are on excess grain and sugar diets along with soft […]
In an upcoming documentary, actress Parker Posey profiles her long-fought battle with lyme disease and the holistic medical approach that eventually allowed her to become disease-free.
According to a recent survey, Sarah Palin has managed to reverse the decline in popularity that followed her resignation last summer as Alaska’s governor.
According to a new study, 15 minutes of treatment with high-flow oxygen may help alleviate cluster headaches.
President Barack Obama has nominated Mari Carmen Aponte to become the next ambassador of El Salvador, a decade after she was forced to withdrawal her name from consideration for a similar post following concerns about alleged ties to Cuba, Newsmax.com reports.
Geopolitical Editor Chip Wood shares a poem, One Solitary Life, that has never failed to deeply move him. Read on for the poem, a little about its origin and receive Merry Christmas wishes from Chip…
*Honoring a man who honors our vets. Normally I use this space to send some slings and arrows toward targets that, in my humble opinion, roundly deserve them. But on this joyous holiday, I want to do something different. I want to honor a well-known American for something he does outside the spotlight. Every month […]