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May is “Beef Month” in South Dakota. This tradition began more than 40 years ago and recognizes beef production as one of South Dakota's largest economic sectors. Beef production is good for the state's economy. From cattle producers to feed...
WGNO NewsNothing says summer like freshly grilled homemade burgers, but the type of meat we use can make it or break it, at least nutritionally speaking. But how do you know what you're eating? For years, meat manufacturers didn’t have to disclose...
WGNO NewsShopping at our local farmers markets is better for the environment and the local economy, and it turns out that there can be a nutritional benefit to buying local, as well. Farmers can let produce ripen more fully before harvest, and more time spent...
Eugene “Gino” Verdon III, age 22, passed away May 31, 2012, in Melbourne, Australia. Tragically, he was another victim of type 1 (juvenile) diabetes. Gino went to bed in the early morning hours of Thursday, May 31 — healthy, happy and...
Tags: Australia, Taiwan, Environmental Issues, Diabetes, Forests
FARGO, N.D. - “I really need to clean the windshield. It's really dirty,” my husband commented one day about 15 years ago. I was looking straight ahead through the crystal-clear windshield on the passenger side of the vehicle. I strained my neck to peek...
You could say that Dan Benintendi is hooked on exercise. On a typical morning in Fort Worth, Texas, he wakes up at 3:30 a.m. to swim 2,500 yards. Then he teaches a one-hour spin class, works most of the day as an AT&T account manager, teaches another spin...
FARGO, N.D. - The other day I prepared a macaroni and fruit recipe that I had heard about for more than a year. My friend had helped his mother prepare the family recipe at her house. I wish I had a video of this “parent-child” interaction, but I did...
Americans have good levels of many important vitamins in their bodies, according to a new report from the U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention. There still are some stark disparities, such as a 31 percent vitamin D deficiency in African...
South Florida ParentingChildren may choose to become vegetarian for many reasons: cultural norm, a relative or friend is a vegetarian, weight loss, health reasons, concern about animal rights, etc. But what if you’re concerned your child may not get the proper nutrition...
Is it really a coincidence that both rates of obesity and depression have doubled in the last decade? Not at all, say the authors of a breakthrough new book that is the first to clearly explain the link between how we eat and how we feel. In THE HAPPINESS...
Spring load limits will go in place on Brown County roads on March 1, county commissioners decided during their Tuesday meeting. Jan Weismantel, highway superintendent, asked commissioners if they were ready to impose the 6-ton-per-axle restrictions...
When food lovers head to Paris these days, the savvier bypass the Michelin-starred restaurants entirely and seek out the small, sometimes funky bistros where passionate young cooks are turning out wonderful food at affordable prices. Spaces — and...
Tags: Turnips, Alcoholic Beverages, Patina, Steaks, Parsnips
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