Saturday, May 08, 2010

On early

The host before me has a graduation to go to, which means that
stepping in early to blather away by filling both the airwaves and
cyberspace with meaningful, razor sharp commentary brilliance that I
will make up on the spot --yikes!!

Call me to say hi -- 412.333.1360 - or just listen on your computer (I
don't have the link on my iPhone, bit assume that you're resourceful,
are not 4yo, and have heard of "the google". Look it up!! WMNY
Pittsburgh

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Show notes for today

Today the radio program will have Chef Bill Hunt on to talk about
cooking for normal people.

Good news for red wine lovers, more bad news for supplements, and even
MORE e.Coli contamination.

Friday, May 07, 2010

Healthy mom gifts

I'm on KDKA-TV this morning (figures, right? I'm sporting a monster
cold sore, it's like a beacon on my face, a lip leprocy .... Beautiful).

I'm talking about healthy gift ideas for mom. Ill post the link
afterwards, on my way back to the carmex jar!

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Broccoli Battles Breast Cancer - healthfinder.gov

Pedestrian foods are the healthiest foods!! In this case, plain old broccoli, which has the molecule sulforaphane which takes out breast cancer STEM CELLS!

You can also find this cancer killer in cabbage, collard greens, kale, and cauliflower. So, this summer eat your cole slaw, and have a little lemon and butter on your broccoli.

Broccoli May Help Battle Breast Cancer - healthfinder.gov: "The researchers administered sulforaphane to mice with breast cancer and monitored the number of cancer stem cells in their tumors. They found that the treated mice had fewer of the"

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Thursday, May 06, 2010

FDA Yanks Kids' Meds

The FDA did the right thing by pulling these meds, because they identified raw material containers tainted with bacteria that could make immune-compromised people even sicker.

Turns out, though, that the bacteria were brought in from one of the suppliers, the contamination has still not be identified in ANY of the meds themselves ...

So, in the end, this was not NEARLY as bad as the headlines made it out to be.

Johnson & Johnson identifies bacteria in Tylenol recall - May. 5, 2010: "The Food and Drug Administration confirmed Wednesday that the bacteria found at the Johnson & Johnson plant that produced the recalled children's medicines was Burkholderia cepacia, a bacteria often resistant to common antibiotics.

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