Last year it was candied hams that made their way to our tables thanks to Reynolds, this year the foil icon is back, this time turning nice and sweet to spice and heat with three new HOT HAM recipes (fire extinguisher optional). Buzz60’s Maria Mercedes Galuppo has the story.
Nutritionists have long advocated for adopting a diet consisting of a high intake of vegetables, fruits, legumes, nuts, beans, cereals, grains, fish, and unsaturated fats such as olive oil.
Wendy's is also introducing other new menu items starting next week.
Some groceries are getting cheaper. Here are some foods with the biggest price cuts last month.
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This is a milestone column for me. It’s my 1,500th weekly column.
New research finds that drinking caffeinated coffee did not significantly affect one kind of heart rhythm that results in extra beats. But it did signal a slight increase in another type of heart hiccup in people who drank more than one cup of coffee per day.
Five people have been confirmed dead and two others remain unaccounted for following an explosion Friday at a chocolate factory in Pennsylvania. West Reading Mayor Samantha Kaag said in an email to the Associated Press that the fifth body was found Sunday morning by first responders and confirmed dead by the by the Berks County Coroner’s Office. The blast erupted just before 5 p.m. Friday. Rescue crews are using heavy equipment to pull debris from the site. Officials say hope for survivors is dwindling. Investigators are still trying to determine the cause of the blast.
Many older adults are using medical marijuana to treat a variety of conditions, but experts say that conflicting laws, unclear safety standards and complicated rulemaking processes mean it could be years before Medicare may cover the drug.
Philadelphia residents are being told that they may want to drink only bottled water following a chemical spill into the Delaware River in neighboring Bucks County. Officials said Sunday that a leak late Friday evening at the Trinseo Altuglas chemical facility in Bristol Township spilled between 8,100 and 12,000 gallons of a non-toxic water-based latex finishing solution into the river. Officials said there had been no sign of contaminants in Philadelphia water and there is very low if any risk to health but officials wanted people to be aware so they could consider using bottled water to drink or cook with to further minimize any risk.
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Moore made his famous observation three years before he helped start Intel in 1968. It's now known as “Moore’s Law."
Artificial intelligence is the new buzzword in tech. Leaders at Mobile World Congress say the impacts are already obvious.
A look at the entertainers, leaders, athletes and other notable people we've lost this year:
Chris Rock speaks about Oscars slap, Pete Davidson 'gets serious' with girlfriend, and more celeb news
Chris Rock accused Will Smith of "practicing selective outrage" and mocked the infidelity rumors surrounding him and his wife Jada Pinkett Smith. Get that and more recent celeb news here.
The American Kennel Club has released a list of the top-ten most popular dogs in 2022.
For the first time in three decades, the U.S. has a new favorite dog breed, according to the American Kennel Club. See the top 10.
For the first time in three decades, the U.S. has a new favorite dog breed, according to the American Kennel Club. Adorable in some eyes, deplorable in others, the sturdy, push-faced, perky-eared, world-weary-looking and distinctively droll French bulldog became the nation's most prevalent p…