Healthy eating habits start in childhood, where parents have the most control over food choices. It is important to take advantage of this opportunity so that your children don't grow up with a taste preference for salty, fatty and sugary foods.
Researchers have long argued that a little dirt in our diets can improve our health -- strengthening our immune system and reducing allergies. The mighty microorganisms found in backyards across America may be the least expensive and most universally accessible way to keep our bodies healthy.
Neither the left nor the right has the answers to our most pressing problems, though each will continue to say that it does. So we have to focus on the spiritual and moral values that bring us together.
With the sequel to last February's budget battle ready for release it's only a matter of days before "those who have too little" get a beating once again from the richest ruling interests in the state.