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Op-ed: Bill will protect children, give them recovery time after abuse

First, it was Penn State then it was the Archdiocese of Philadelphia. Now, just when you think that scandals involving the sexual abuse of children can’t get any worse, we learn about yet another one.

Letters to the Editor: March 23, 2016

Soda tax is a slippery slope

Op-ed: Rewarding the hardworking should be ultimate goal

Imagine you’re a single parent working, struggling to provide for your family.

Letters to the Editor: March 16, 2016

America is crumbling

Keeping a low-sodium diet can pay dividends

Let’s face it. Most people know that too much sodium, aka salt, isn’t good for them. But when it comes to cooking meals at home, some people still can’t resist adding a pinch (or more) of salt to their creations. After all, salt does make food taste, well, tasty. Thankfully, you can step away from the salt shaker and still create meals that are not only delicious, but nutritious as well. It’s been reported that most of the sodium in our diets comes from processed soups, fast foods or meats. So if you’re cooking at home with your own blend of spices, you’re already on the right track to cutting down your sodium intake.

Greens, grains and good nutrition

March is National Nutrition Month. The theme this year, according to the Academy of Nutrition and Dietetics, is “Savor the Flavor of Eating Right,” to take time to enjoy the social interactions and happiness that food can bring to the table. 

The biggest question of all: When will I fall asleep?

There’s a line in an old song that haunts me: “Last night, I couldn’t get to sleep at all…”

Savor the flavor this St. Patrick’s Day

The perfect pint of Guinness 

Keeping your diet low in sodium can be tricky, but beneficial

You may have heard from your doctor or dietitian that you need to reduce your sodium intake to help decrease your risk for high blood pressure, stroke, heart failure, kidney stones, kidney disease, etc.