Center for Science in the Public Interest
"Attempting to marginalize highly respected researchers such as Dr. Fauci is a dangerous distraction," the letter says.
A crisis, it has been said, is a dangerous opportunity. One presumes that crises vary with regard to both. Some, no doubt
More than ever, Americans are choosing to eat out or pick up a meal on the way home. Given the ease and the variety of options
With even McDonald's, of all places, going healthy nowadays, America can feel disorienting. Thankfully, the Center for Science
We can hope for meaningful food supply-wide sodium reduction 50 years after the scientific evidence for the need had become convincing. In the meantime, the subtle but devastating effects of high-sodium diets will continue to take the lives of tens of thousands of people and waste billions of dollars annually.
At the end of the day, it comes down to what "values" are the true metric of "value investing": shareholder return or public health. As a nation we have answered that question for tobacco, but we are clearly still debating it for sugar water.
Kimberly Cooper, MA is a development consultant, writer (Huffington Post, Los Angeles Times, SF Chronicle), and former chief
Calories count. But of course, so does the quality of food. The fallacy propagated by a noisome minority is that there is
Big Tobacco and Big Food are now separate industries, but the playbook is much the same. How the game ends is up to us.
"Don't call it flesh-eating bacteria," state officials in Florida warn, in an effort to control the media message reminiscent