Wednesday, January 30th, 2019
Consumer Reports experts tested 45 juices made by 24 brands, including well-known and lesser-known brands such as Gerber, Minute Maid, Mott’s, Great Value from Walmart, Clover Valley from Dollar General, and Big Win from Rite Aid. Those tested included organic products, too, as well as store brands from Whole Foods and Trader Joe’s The resource:27
The Super Bowl will be held at the Mercedes-Benz Stadium in Atlanta, Georgia
Democrats were joined by Lilly Ledbetter, the namesake for the equal pay act signed under President Obama in 2009
The president’s bristled at conclusions from his own intelligence agency leaders that don’t match up with his own
Ariel Winter is having one heck of a week, with a brand-new, unretouched photo shoot out with Pulse magazine and people on Instagram still body-shaming the Modern Family actress.
“This type of weather can be hazardous for everyone, but even more so for individuals living with Alzheimer’s disease, who may have difficulty noticing temperature and weather changes or knowing who to call for help,” said Charles Fuschillo Jr., CEO and president of the Alzheimer’s Foundation of America. The resource:27
The increased health risks linked to e-cigarette use held strong even after researchers accounted for other potential risk factors, such as age, excess weight, diabetes and smoking. The resource:27
Fashion-themed events on diversity, sustainability and more hit the schedule. Rough cut (no reporter narration)
I’ll start with the bad news: There are no vegetarian collagen sources. Every collagen supplement you see on the shelf came from a living organism. Though somewhere down the line someone will probably grow legitimate collagen in a lab setting, it’s not available today or for the foreseeable future. Now, some good news: Vegans and vegetarians probably need less dietary collagen than the average meat eater or Primal eater because a major reason omnivores need collagen is to balance out all the muscle meat we eat. When we metabolize methionine,Read More
Ariana Grande’s kanji tattoo was meant to spell out her new single “7 rings” in Japanese characters. Unfortunately, the final result actually translated to “small charcoal grill,” as fans were quick to point out.