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Daily PressQuestions about the recommended carbohydrate content of diets continues to swirl. Are carbs good, bad or indifferent? Should they form the basis of your diet, as the government's Food Pyramid suggests, or should they be relegated to the fringes. Are there...
Special to The TimesI developed a little trick in my conversational Italian class a few years ago. Insecure in my command of vocabulary, I found I could deflect difficult conversation by changing the subject to Italian food and restaurants. Prosciutto, risotto, minestrone ...
Tags: Risotto, Tomatoes, Restaurants, Breads, Soups
Sun StaffFormer President Bill Clinton, who at age 58 has appeared trim and vigorous, checked into New York Presbyterian Hospital yesterday after suffering chest pains and shortness of breath and was scheduled for quadruple bypass surgery, his office said....
As people gain weight, their blood pressure tends to go up. Fortunately, as they lose weight, their blood pressure tends to go down -- but only so far, says Dr. Karol Watson, co-director of preventive cardiology and director of the hypertension clinic...
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