Stuffed: An Insider’s Look at Who’s (Really) Making America Fat and How the Food Industry Can Fix It
By Hard Cardello and Doug Garr, Ecco, 2010
Former food and beverage executive Cardello and author Garr contend that focusing on the bottom line makes it difficult for Americans to eat healthily.
It’s the first day of school, and as I write this, AU students are out on the quad, celebrating their triumphant return in collegiate fashion: talking and laughing, dancing to music and noshing on French fries, ice cream, and soft pretzels.
They deserve an end-of-summer treat.
The Safeway at Georgia Avenue and Randolph Road is just one block from the Petworth Metro station, in an up-and-coming but transitional urban neighborhood of low- to middle-income families and working professionals. The blighted store is in the capital of the most powerful nation in...
Steel, glass, and concrete rise from the ground as far as the eye can see. Lush landscaping replete with fountains surrounds modern buildings, sleek and glinting in the sun. First-class gyms, food courts, and state-of-the-art facilities beckon with the promise of crisp air conditioning.
Welcome to Bangalore, the Silicon Valley of India.
Diabetes used to be most associated with adults 40 or older. Type 2 diabetes is no longer called adult-onset because the statistics have changed.
Between 2002 and 2005, 57,600 children and adolescents were newly diagnosed with diabetes, according to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention.