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In the Pandemic, We’re All About Food

The coronavirus pandemic has pushed people down Maslow’s hierarchy of needs toward our basic hunting-and-gathering survival mode: shopping for hygiene products for home and personal care, seeking out masks (both functional and fashionable), and building out our pandemic pantries with shelf-stable foods. In addition to the pure physiological need of food for survival, “Consumers have… Read More »

1950s Irish were much more attractive than today’s generation due to healthier diet: top doctor

Dr Chris Luke said Irish people in the 1940s, ’50s and ’60s ate a seasonal diet of fresh produce with little or no access to convenience food. He said the elegant black-and-white photos of people’s grandparents on mantelpieces around the country are a timely reminder of the benefits of a more austere lifestyle. The adjunct… Read More »

Trump Says We’re Ending AIDS and Curing Childhood Cancer Very Shortly [VIDEO]

The end of the AIDS epidemic and the cure for childhood cancer are right around the corner, according to the U.S. president. “The things we’re doing in our country today, there’s never been anything like it,” Trump said at a rally in Cincinnati. “We will be ending the AIDS epidemic shortly in America and curing… Read More »

UnitedHealth: We’re Still Working On Closing DaVita Deal

FILE – This Tuesday, Oct. 16, 2012, file photo, shows part of the UnitedHealth Group, Inc. campus in Minnetonka, Minn. UnitedHealth Group Inc. reports financial results Tuesday, July 19, 2016. (AP Photo/Jim Mone, File) ASSOCIATED PRESS UnitedHealth Group is still working with regulators to close its acquisition of DaVita Medical Group, a $ 4 billion… Read More »