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  • Georgia getaways: big city, little city and small town

    Georgia getaways: big city, little city and small town
    HAZELHURST, Ga. - If you're like most people, you love the holidays but shout "Hallelujah!" when the last strains of "Auld Lang Syne" fade away. That's when it's time for a post-holidays getaway, so take a look at these destinations in Georgia that are...
  • Michael Moss on 'Salt Sugar Fat'

    Michael Moss on 'Salt Sugar Fat'
    In his Pulitzer Prize-winning 2009 expose on pathogens in America's meat, New York Times investigative reporter Michael Moss described in chilling detail the dangers of bacteria in the American meat supply. But in the course of interviewing food experts...
  • Sugar vs. corn syrup: sweeteners at center of bitter food fight

    Sugar vs. corn syrup: sweeteners at center of bitter food fight
    (Reuters) - A group of food companies that includes conglomerate Cargill Inc has sued a sugar industry trade group, claiming high fructose corn syrup is being unfairly maligned by promoters of "natural" sugar. The battle is one for consumer hearts, minds...
  • Party poolside back at the hotel

    Party poolside back at the hotel
    Touring Egypt’s museums, great mosques, and towering monuments of the pharaohs is a delight. And simply roaming the streets of Cairo day and night is a thrill and a joy for any traveler who likes his culture off the stage and in his face. But the...
  • 'Exposure' to U.S. may raise immigrants' obesity risk

    'Exposure' to U.S. may raise immigrants' obesity risk
    NEW YORK (Reuters Health) - A new study finds that the longer immigrants from Mexico, and their U.S.-born offspring, spend in the United States, the greater their odds of becoming obese. Compared to similar individuals living in Mexico, researchers found...
  • Patty Andrews dies at 94; Andrews Sisters' last surviving member

    They were the swinging, sassy voice of the homefront for U.S. service personnel overseas during World War II, singing catchy hit tunes such as "Boogie Woogie Bugle Boy" and "Rum and Coca Cola" that delighted Americans and catapulted the Andrews Sisters to...
  • Singapore tries to slow spread of 'shoe box' apartments

     
    Singapore is trying to slow the explosion of “shoebox” apartments outside its central district, fearing the rampant growth of the tiny units could squeeze out families and ramp up traffic as more people are packed into smaller spaces....
  • Christian monastery is target of political vandalism in Israel

     
    A Christian monastery near Jerusalem was defiled overnight by vandals, who set the front door on fire and spray-painted insults to Christianity, including "Jesus is a monkey" on the outside walls. A monk sleeping in one of the guest rooms at the...
  • Chinese, Indian defense ministers hold wary meetings

     
    India, China military defense: Indian and Chinese defense chiefs meet in New Delhi....
  • Suicide attack at Afghan funeral kills 20, wounds dozens more

     
    A suicide bombing at a funeral in eastern Afghanistan on Tuesday killed 20 civilians and injured about three dozen others, officials said, an attack apparently targeting a district governor, who survived....
  • Coca-Cola takes on obesity issue in prime-time ad campaign

    Coca-Cola, the world’s top beverage company and perennial target for critics of sugary drinks, is taking an unusually public stance on obesity by defending its health initiatives on prime-time television. In a two-minute advertisement set to debut...