Former chef, restaurant owner, and late-stage cancer survivor who was given a 15% chance of survival Pam Braun is in studio today to talk about how she changed her diet and not only lived to tell the tale.
Pam's cookbook and eating plan is designed for everyday meals, featuring 225 delicious recipes, using common foods that help fight and prevent cancer.
Important cancer-fighting food preparation tips
Foods to Enjoy / Foods to Avoid
A design for successfully reorganizing your kitchen to help keep you and your family healthy
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Just kidding. But this article at Huffington Post is quite entertaining.
On a more serious note, TIME magazine has (Spoiler Alert!) named Pope Francis it's Person of the Year for 2013. His holiness just beat out Edward Snowden, whom many are saying should have been the winner.
Fox News has certainly make their fair share of problematic gaffes on air, but on Thursday, they marched forward with out-and-out racism when Megyn Kelly clarified to kids that Santa is white, despite what the liberal media has been telling them.
Read more at the Huffington Post
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Catch Jennifer Lombardi with The Eating Recovery Center of California ins studio today with Lisa.
Jennifer Lombardi, MFT, serves as Executive Director for Eating Recovery Center of California. During her tenure with the treatment center, she has served in numerous roles including Chief Admissions Officer, Primary Therapist and Director of Marketing and Outreach. Prior to her work in the field of eating disorders, Jennifer worked for nearly ten years in the field of public relations. She has extensive experience in crisis communications and media relations, and has served on numerous boards and committees for both private and public agencies. Jennifer attended California State University Sacramento, where she received her undergraduate degree in Government/Journalism and her Master’s degree in Marriage, Family and Child Counseling. Recovered herself from anorexia for nearly 20 years, Jennifer lectures extensively on the topics of eating disorders and body image issues to adolescents, families and professionals.
"A licensed, Joint Commission-accredited behavioral hospital, Eating Recovery Center was founded by a team of leading experts whose goal was to fuse evidence-based findings and innovation to create a center of excellence for the treatment of eating disorders. Eating Recovery Centeroffers the full spectrum of eating disorders treatment services for female and male adults, adolescents and children, including Inpatient, Residential, Partial Hospitalization and Outpatient programs."
In an age where magazine cover models can't have more than three wrinkles, Verily Magazine refuses to use Photoshop and the results are actually quite beautiful.
This clip from South Park explains it best...
(NEWSER) – "If you like your health care plan, you can keep it."
Barack Obama has been raked over the coals for that one in recent months, and now he's getting, umm, honored for it: PolitiFact has awarded the phrase its Lie of the Year Award, it announced on CNN last night.
In the year since 20 first-graders were shot and killed at Sandy Hook Elementary, another school shooting has taken place in America every two weeks on average.
These events aren’t necessarily the types of tragedies that come to mind when one thinks of “school shootings”—madmen in fatigues roaming school hallways, strapped with automatic-style guns, murdering indiscriminately—nor do they receive the media attention of such mass shootings. But they can be similarly traumatizing for students and staff, and they have led to at least 24 injuries and 17 deaths over the past year, The Daily Beast has found.