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By Elle Harrow and Terry Markowitz | September 25, 2009
What?s pink, fatty and so good to eat? If you guessed salmon, you?re right! Nowadays, when we hear that almost everything we like to eat is bad for us, it?s such a delight to be able to talk about a food that is so delicious and yet so salubrious. In fact, if there is such a thing as a ?superfood,? salmon comes pretty close. This extremely nutritious fish is loaded with good fats, especially the highly touted omega 3s, which basically work by reducing inflammation, which is thought to be the culprit in heart disease, diabetes, arthritis and some cancers.
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October 31, 2003
Mike Swanson Statistics released by the Laguna Beach Police Department this week showed that methamphetamine-related arrests in 2003 are more than double last year's total, with two months remaining to further widen the gap. Officers have made 44 arrests for methamphetamines so far this year compared to 20 in 2002, said Hilda Madrid of the criminal statistics unit. Ten years ago, the number was 15. "Meth use has been increasing all over the U.S.," Sgt. Darin Lenyi said.
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By Steve Kawaratani | August 14, 2009
The rose has held a mystical relationship with man (and woman) since the earliest times. For the ancient western civilizations, the rose came to symbolize love and passion. The Romans featured roses in their feasts and orgies, mainly to mask unpleasant odors. Meanwhile, on the Eastern side of the globe, the Chinese preferred to honor roses a bit more poetically. One named “Yu-go-tain-tsing” (“Clear Shining after Rain”) has always intrigued me. The rose advanced from a ceremonial constituent of paganism to serious usage by practitioners of healthy living.
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April 2, 2004
You've got the power to decrease your odds of getting cancer, according to the American Cancer Society. Here's the society's check list of do's and don'ts For everyone: Pass up the smokes and alcohol. Just a few beers, glasses of wine or mixed drinks a week increases your chances of getting breast cancer and other cancers, advises the society. Avoid all tobacco products and stay away from second-hand smoke. "Eighty percent of all bladder cancer is found in males and 50% of them are smokers," said nonsmoker Norm Grossman, who was diagnosed with bladder cancer in September.
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January 14, 2005
Suzie Harrison It's never too early to learn the power of persuasion, especially when it relates to the written word. It was a lesson creatively taught Tuesday by El Morro Elementary School second-grade teacher Jeannette Shaw. For the past few weeks, the class has been learning how to write a friendly-style format letter. "Today we're going to use persuasive language to write a friendly letter to convince your parents to buy you the cereal you really want, but they don't buy for you," Shaw said.
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By TERRY MARKOWITZ and ELLE HARROW | December 22, 2006
One of the things we learned from our many years running A La Carte/Gourmet To Go is that New Year's Eve and St. Patrick's Day are holidays about drinking, not about eating. However, at the last minute, people seem to realize that they will need something to soak up the copious quantities of alcohol. In the shop on Dec. 3 at about 3 p.m., the phone would begin to ring nonstop and a long line of bodies would form out the door. People were willing to take almost anything, but luckily we saw the light early on and had a large supply of hors d'oeuvres on hand just for that purpose.
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By: TERRY MARKOWITZ | October 7, 2005
Almost every kid loves to help carve the jack-o'-lantern at Halloween: digging into the squishy mush up to your elbows, pulling out the innards, saving the seeds for toasting, and consulting with the adult knife-wielder on the number of teeth, the shape of the eyes and whether it should be friendly or really scary. Finally, there is the magic of giving it life by lighting the candle and placing it on the dark porch. What does this have to do with food?
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By Elle Harrow and Terry Markowitz | September 28, 2009
[Editor's note: Recipes at the end of the story.] What’s pink, fatty and so good to eat? If you guessed salmon, you’re right! Nowadays, when we hear that almost everything we like to eat is bad for us, it’s such a delight to be able to talk about a food that is so delicious and yet so salubrious. In fact, if there is such a thing as a “superfood,” salmon comes pretty close. This extremely nutritious fish is loaded with good fats, especially the highly touted omega 3s, which basically work by reducing inflammation, which is thought to be the culprit in heart disease, diabetes, arthritis and some cancers.
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