ShareAs usual, more interesting and salubrious reading than it would seem possible to fit in a publication this size, thanks to our handy new state-of-the-art AS-6000 (Article Squeezer 6000). Read on and you’ll see exactly what we’re talking about.
February 16, 2016
by Dan Pearson Comments Off on The growth is growing
ShareThis is interesting, and not really in a good way. Although the latest figures shown here (2011) are down from their peak about ten years earlier, they still show an increase in the average American’s diet of more than 750 … Continue reading →
February 1, 2015
by Dan Pearson Comments Off on Super Platter Sunday!
ShareWhy a platter? Because a bowl would be too small. After all, the NCC – the National Chicken Council, that is – says we will consume 1,250,000,000 chicken wings this year. Wait. Cancel that. 1,250,000,000 chicken wings TODAY alone. That’s … Continue reading →
December 11, 2013
by Dan Pearson Comments Off on Today is Hump Day, ergo a hiatus is in order
ShareAs you watch this, you might have the same thought I did: more of us need to be like this little prospector. Instead, lots of people seem to be downright cooperative with the proverbial grim reaper. Speeding behind the wheel, … Continue reading →
October 18, 2013
by Dan Pearson Comments Off on Very warm off the press!
ShareYes, it’s yet another issue of The World’s Most Salubrious Newspaper, the Medical Examiner. (The print edition, to clarify, is Augusta’s Most Salubrious Newspaper.) This issue is, as usual, chock full of splendid reading that will encourage you to live, … Continue reading →
May 14, 2013
by Dan Pearson Comments Off on Tuesday: PSA of the Week day
ShareTo recap our story to this point, boys and girls, The Lancet reports that for the first time in human history, obesity is killing more people worldwide than malnutrition. The annual death toll blamed on obesity stands on the far … Continue reading →
February 5, 2013
by Dan Pearson Comments Off on PSA of the Week
ShareShall we stick with the baby theme? I say sure, why not? We have baby on the brain here at the World Headquarters, and enough baby-related PSAs to go through the end of the year. But we won’t do that, … Continue reading →