Consumer perceptions of fruits and vegetables as healthful is slipping, whether it’s fresh, fresh-cut, canned, frozen or in juice form, according to a survey from the Produce for Better Health Foundation.
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If you think about nuclear energy, you’re bound to run into a lot of anti-nuclear chatter. Most of it is exceptionally dumbbell in nature, uninformed and trying to gin up fear where there need be no fear. It’s the kind of thing thatShow More Summary
HLN’s Robin Meade hosts “Morning Express,” but is also a successful musician. The HLN anchor will join “Human Nature” for a Motown-style Christmas review at the Venetian Hotel in Las Vegas. Meade will be appearing in the lively holiday celebration from Dec. Show More Summary
By James Shotwell, Social Media Coordinator at Haulix.com It’s funny how fast the music industry changes these days. A year ago many people would have claimed that crowdfunding was the future of the music business, but as many independent acts have learned over the year this is not always the case. Show More Summary
The Hunger Games franchise is still winning the game. The first day of advance-ticket sales for Lionsgate's The Hunger Games: Mockingjay – Part 1 set a new record, selling more than any other movie in 2014 so far, according to Fandango. Show More Summary
“I’m here to say ‘Yes, they can,’ which is different from ‘Yes, they always do,’” says James Moore, MD, president-elect of the California Society of Anesthesiologists (CSA). To the contrary, enthusiasm for electronic medical records (EHRs) is part of a “syndrome of inappropriate overconfidence in computing,” argues Christine Doyle, MD, the CSA’s Speaker of the […]
During the week of October 20, 2014, ABC’s Jimmy Kimmel Live shot up over the prior week by 13% in Total Viewers (2.795 million vs. 2.482 million) to draw its biggest overall audience in 7 months
On the heels of the straight-to-series order last month to 11/22/63, a J.J. Abrams-produced event drama adaptation of Stephen King's novel from Warner Bros., Hulu is handing out another straight-to-series order to a project from a top feature writer-director and a major studio. Show More Summary
From ATL to TPA, the Airport Runway Collection lets you admire the intricate pattern of your favorite airport as seen from above. There are few areas of design so important to get right as that of the airport runway. They host millions...Show More Summary
Just two months before next week's midterm elections, the Obama administration in September awarded the biggest share of almost $600 million in economic stimulus-based transportation grants to projects in districts with a Democratic congressman even thoug
Providing a key market outlet for a record volume crop, the Chinese market is open again to Washington red and golden delicious apples after a two-year absence.
An encore week of “The Tonight Show Starring Jimmy Fallon” has won the late-night ratings week of Oct. 20-24 versus rebroadcasts of CBS’s “Late Show with David Letterman” and a week of four originals and one encore for ABC’s “Jimmy Kimmel Live.”
Tube tongues! London, like any big city, is a melting pot of languages and cultures. Oliver O'Brien, a researcher in University College London's geography department with a zeal for visualizing information about the London Underground,...Show More Summary
An old strip center coincidentally named "Broward Station" was knocked down Wednesday, marking the start of construction of what will become a sleek new downtown Fort Lauderdale station for All Aboard Florida.
After more than 30 years working as a journalist, Greta Kreuz retired from WJLA on Wednesday. Kreuz joined the Washington, D.C. ABC affiliate in 1988. She started out as a print reporter in the Chicago area and later worked in radio as news director for WVPO-WSBG in Pennsylvania. Show More Summary
Appearing on Fusion’s “Midterm Mayhem,” CNN senior media correspondent Brian Stelter was asked about the role of cable news in creating fear and panic over Ebola. Stelter said part of the problem is cable viewers themselves, who may watch too much news and get a warped sense of the real story. Show More Summary
As we head into the second Obamacare open enrollment season, the media have a chance to redeem themselves from last fall, when skepticism was sometimes left at the door and coverage was dominated by website screw-ups, cancelled policies, presidential false promises, and anecdotes that blew up under scrutiny. All of this noise drowned out the crucial point: what do people...