The primary difference between those who Eat to Live and those who Live to Eat isn't necessarily a question of how much either group enjoys eating, but how much time they spend thinking about food. (Illustration by Tanya Isch Caylor for The News-Sentinel)
For years, my friend Skip marveled over a buddy of his who seemed to have been born without taste buds.
Q: I went for a checkup and one thing led to another — now my doctor says I've had a silent heart attack! I'm supposed to get a catheterization and maybe an angioplasty to open up a closed artery.      More..
Despite an outward appearance of good health, Rachael Juricak, 31, pictured here with her husband, Brian Juricak, is battling many internal and debilitating effects of Lyme disease due to delayed diagnosis. Indiana Lyme cases, confirmed by U.S. Centers for Disease Control guidelines, have tripled in the past decade. In 2013, the CDC said the actual number of new U.S. Lyme cases is likely 300,000 a year, 10 times the number the CDC previously reported.
Joint and muscle pain and weakness; severe fatigue; fevers; memory loss; dizziness; and a nearly 50-pound weight loss.      More..
According to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention there are approximately 48 million cases of food-borne illness annually. That's 1 in 6 Americans.      More..
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