Extraterrestrial Culture Day is coming up next week, so we figured it would be a fitting time to hold up our Romper Room mirror and find what Michele Bachmann has been up to.
To Latino workers, really, all American workers, I say enough is enough. We can't afford to see what will happen the next time a flu pandemic sweeps our nation.
What, I've been wondering, do the real flu bloggers -- who don't even accept advertising on their sites, lest an ad for Tamiflu sap pop up next to a story on antivirals -- think of Contagion's greedy Alan Krumwiede?
In the midst of flu season, we, at the Trust for America's Health, want to remind everyone that a flu shot is good for you and those around you...your...
Napa Valley, you better watch your back.
With flu season already upon us, I can't stop thinking about President Obama's shared chest bump with a Naval Academy graduate. That was when I added...
Chris Phelps is making very fine Pinot Grigio and Chardonnay at Swanson Vineyards, but the real reason to seek it out is clearly the reds.
The only preventative measures that actually prevent disease are vaccinations. Our world is an immeasurably better place since the advent of vaccines.
Ignorance is not bliss. Ignorance is ignorant. We should not ignore the potential for animal factory farming to one day come back and bite us all in our collective, blissful behinds.
Reality does not treat conservatives well, so they create a parallel universe in which truth is defined as anything stated more than once by more than one pundit in one news cycle.
As the earthquake in Haiti reminds us, large-scale disasters often occur without warning and, can tax global medical resources and logistics capabilities to the brink.
Should the European Council's investigations conclude that WHO deliberately incited H1N1 paranoia to help drug makers, it could spark reform of how infectious diseases are handled.
For the last few generations, our nation has managed to marginalize poetry, an art that is and always has been central to the species.
My son came down with H1N1 when we were on vacation in Chile. It is not an exaggeration to say I have never been so terrified in my life.
So far, only thousands of people have died from swine flu. Unless we radically change the way chickens and pigs are raised for food, though, it may only be a matter of time before a catastrophic pandemic arises.
Obama: "The Senate and the House bills are 95 percent identical. There's 5 percent differences, and one of those differences is the public option. But this is an area that has just become symbolic of a lot of ideological fights."