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No, not literally. But the host of HBO's "Last Week Tonight" doesn't love our hyperbolic headlines.
Some headlines seem more sympathetic to white perpetrators of mass violence than black victims of police shootings.
Don't hold your breath waiting for these.
I know, you keep hearing conflicting reports about saturated fat and health outcomes. So do I. Most recently, just a few
Given the almost dizzying frequency of diet-related headlines, the one true revelation about nutrition is superficially the
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Don't get me wrong. I am very fond of Pope Francis -- his warmth and sunniness, and his dedication to serving the poor. But it is becoming wearying when the Pope, after three years in office, edifies the faithful through off-the-cuff remarks that the media scramble to decipher.
Similarly, I don't think we can say that historical advice about diet, health and weight control -- whatever the historical era, or advice -- is wrong because people subject to a diet of willfully addictive junk foods failed to follow it.
We are no strangers to a dizzying array of distorted headlines about diet. But the last couple of weeks took it to a whole new level.
Conventional wisdom is made to be challenged -- that, in fact, is what science is for. Science never rests, and those of us who profess devotion to it are obligated to move with it. But spitting convention in the eye is probably another matter.