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  • Plastic Sacked: Grocers, Shoppers Increasingly Turn To Fabric Bags

    Linger around the checkout aisles at Whole Foods in West Hartford, and the evidence is clear. Whether it's about peer pressure, a deepening environmental conscience or a head start on the upscale grocery chain's campaign to ban plastic bags by Earth Day,...
  • Where to find free Wi-Fi in Central Florida

    Where to find free Wi-Fi in Central Florida
    Whether for business or pleasure, Central Florida has a number of places where you can bring your laptop, iPhone or BlackBerry and settle down for some Web surfing. What are you waiting for? Order something, grab a seat and get started. This list is not...
  • Recipe: Pumpkin pie

    Recipe: Pumpkin pie
    Total time: 1 hour, 10 minutes Servings: 12 Note: From Maury Rubin. If using organic/natural graham crackers, place them in a food processor, add 2 tablespoons of sugar, then pulse until finely ground. Organic graham crackers are available at Whole...
  • Tips for travelers with allergies

    Tips for travelers with allergies
    Traveling can be tough enough, but if you or other family members suffer from food allergies, hitting the road can be a nightmare. About 4% of adults and up to 8% of children younger than 4 have allergies to various foods and additives, according to the...
  • Spend City: Town square a new mega-mall in Las Vegas

    Like almost everything else in Las Vegas, the city has taken a favored pastime and turned it into a type of gold. Nowadays, shopping is not just about finding a blouse or a pair of shoes. It is about passing into a sort of browsers' twilight zone....
  • Where lunch always comes with dessert

    Illinois suffers from the fourth-highest level of childhood obesity in the nation, with Chicago kids checking in heavier than the rest of the state. Yet, while many school districts are phasing out sweet treats, Chicago Public Schools officials continue...
  • Tribune investigation prompts stores to pull food items

    Tribune investigation prompts stores to pull food items
    Chicago-area supermarkets, gourmet shops and bakeries routinely sell mislabeled products that pose a danger to those with food allergies, according to Tribune testing and a comprehensive check of grocery aisles. When informed of the findings, more than a...
  • The healing plant

    The healing plant
    With her smooth, glowing complexion, Lynne Bonner Redd looks younger than her 46 years. Ask her secret, and she'll tell you it's not a nip or tuck. It's simply aloe."Aloe is part of my overall health and beauty philosophy," says the Pikesville,...
  • 'Natural' sunscreen: Better for you?

    'Natural' sunscreen: Better for you?
    When it comes to sunscreens, most consumers are concerned about SPF, brand and price. Typically, they do not turn the bottles around to check out what, exactly, they are slathering on their skin, maybe because they'd be confronted with words such as...
  • Noise pollution rattles nerves, harms health

    Noise pollution rattles nerves, harms health
    Nancy Culbertson won't sit in her Fremont, Calif., backyard because of it. It caused Oakland, Calif., physician Louis Hagler's blood pressure to spike and marred his perfect health record. Oakland acupuncturist Julie Laura Rose had enough of it, and...
  • Children at risk in food roulette

    Children at risk in food roulette
    American children with food allergies are suffering life-threatening--and completely avoidable--reactions because manufacturers mislabel their products and regulators fail to police store shelves, a Tribune investigation has found. In effect, children...
  • Which fish is best?

    Which fish is best?
    "Eat fish," the advice so frequently offered by health experts, sounds simple. In practice, it isn't. When you step up to the seafood counter, you come with an array of priorities that don't always dovetail: promoting heart health, sidestepping...