THE NEW FORTY That was pretty filling...
Cheyenne is a voracious reader. She is the type of kid who actively asks for books as gifts and can spend the bulk of a day with her nose buried in a novel. I used to be like that when I was a kid. I ... Posted on 2/11/13 at 10:21 PM
COBBERS ON THE BRAIN Eating as Positive Reinforcement and Obesity?
Here I am again, writing about food, obesity, and the brain. This article really was about obesity though, and it's notthat surprising that when there has been an connection to weight I have taken the... Posted on 12/5/12 at 5:25 PM
OH LOOK, A SHINY THING! The Hunger for Death
Would you pay to watch 24 children kill each other?
I did, this weekend, when I bought a ticket to "The Hunger Games," which is playing at our local theater in Jamestown. Now obviously no children we... Posted on 5/2/12 at 10:00 AM
JOE FITNESS 11 Easy Ways To Fight Evil Hunger Urges
If there is one thing that you probably already know about eating healthy it's that hunger pangs are evil. Here are eleven ways to help you fight off the cravings.
Stay hydrated - You would be surpri... Posted on 4/25/12 at 11:58 AM
IN THE BLACK Hunger Hits Home
Hunger Hits Home was shown on the Food Network the other night. It is available online and will be aired again April 21 at 5 PM CT and April 23 9 AM CT.
The show was sponsored by the Food Network an... Posted on 4/16/12 at 7:00 AM
Funding from an Islamic bank will help develop agriculture in poor countries, a U.N. food agency said today ahead of a summit to discuss the so-far elusive goal of reducing the number of hungry people in the world.
Democratic-Farmer-Laborites at the forum agreed they would raise taxes to fix the state’s budget problem. The difference among them was a matter of degree. There was less difference on the Republican side. GOP candidates agreed that keeping taxes low and reducing regulation are the best ways to bring more jobs to the state, and increasing the number of jobs is the best way to help Minnesotans.
Actor: It’s a responsibility to portray four remarkable African American women. Every actor who steps on stage wants to do justice to the characters she portrays. But that’s particularly true for Shinnerrie Jackson, the actor who portrays four remarkable African American women in the musical theater production “Ain’t I a Woman?”
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