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News ProducerSPRINGFIELD, Mo. - Was anything on your dinner plate genetically modified? If you had anything with corn or soybeans in it, the answer is likely yes. It started as a way to help feed more people, but now some say it's making them sick. There were chants...
Reporter and PhotographerSPRINGFIELD, Mo. -- Healthier food for less money: that's what the first lady of the United States came to Springfield to talk about on Thursday, and she chose to do it at Walmart. Michelle Obama has partnered with Walmart the past several years,...
email@example.comSPRINGFIELD, Mo -- One in six Missourians don't have enough money to buy groceries. That's the new figure released today by the US Department of Agriculture. The report, Household Food Security in the US in 2011, says nearly 15% of Americans - about 1...
SPRINGFIELD, Mo. -- On behalf of the community collaborative, the Healthy Living Alliance, The Ozarks Regional YMCA received a grant of more than $1.3 million to help make the healthy choice the easy choice in Springfield. The grant is part of the U.S....
firstname.lastname@example.orgSPRINGFIELD, MO - 99-year old Delbert Bucher is still going strong, playing at least a round of golf a week at Springfield's Horton Smith Golf Course. Bucher's 100th birthday is Tuesday August 5th. He even received a birthday card from President...
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With increasing poverty numbers, Ava High School seniors are making sure elementary students don't go home hungry. Students are rallying the community to raise thousands of dollars for the program “Friday Feast” to feed kids in need. Ava...
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It’s a lesson many learned early in life: Drink your milk to build strong, healthy bones. Moms and dads recognize the importance of milk, which is rich in calcium and other nutrients, in their growing kids’ diet. Unfortunately, that message...
Coplay Public Library is hosting "Eat the Rainbow," a children's healthy eating event at 1 p.m. Saturday, June 22. A Penn State Cooperative Extension gardener will talk with the kids during this free event about the variety of colorful food choices...
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If you're tired of hearing diet advice to eat less, we have news you're going to love. "By picking foods that are naturally lower in calories but larger in volume, you can eat a lot more food without worrying about what it will do to your waistline,"...
As I read about the arduous jury selection for the trial of George Zimmerman ("Week 1: Prospective jurors voice trial concerns, views on Trayvon," Orlando Sentinel, Sunday), I am struck by many potential jurors' commitment to the process. These are...
Tribune reporterProtesting what he sees as a too-cozy relationship between the nation's top dietitian group and big food corporations, Nevada dietitian Andy Bellatti today launched a petition urging the Academy of Nutrition and Dietetics to sever its financial ties...
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