Nuestra Salud / Our Health

amartinez9's picture
Wednesday, August 26, 2015 - 3:29pm

Uno de mis pasatiempos favoritos es cocinar. ¡Me encanta pasar tiempo en la cocina! Y como buena Mexicana, en mi mesa no puede faltar la salsa. Mi papá solía decir que la comida sin salsa simplemente no tenía sabor. Y la verdad es que ¡estoy de acuerdo!


jtaylor's picture
Friday, May 2, 2008 - 1:19pm

Valley air stinks and will for years to come. It drives off business and sickens people to death. The American Lung Association, among others, annually reminds us how bad off we are. But those of us who've moved around the country can take that one step further.

How about tracking the air in places you've previously lived? OK, it's a snapshot in time -- you don't live there now, but bad air (water, crime, etc.) tend to be trendy, lingering for years.

jtaylor's picture
Wednesday, April 30, 2008 - 9:39am

With so many bodies under the budgetary knife and everyone screaming, who gets 9-1-1 treatment from Congressmen?

The Congressional Management Foundation, a research arm for lawmakers and their staffs, has examined five popular myths and offered how-to's for those trying to make their "Help!" resonate.

  1. Myth: "One size fits all" congressional offices. Reality: Target and tailor the message for each lawmaker and his district. And know what your rep has already done on legislation -- don't ask him to co-sponsor something he's already authored.

wholderman's picture
Tuesday, April 29, 2008 - 6:55pm

.....okay, the correct spelling is "Southern Hospitality". My husband and I just returned from a trip to South Carolina to see our #1 son. He moved there (near Charleston) last September to take a new job. It was great to see him and to experience delightful "Carolinanes", who are exceptionally hospitable, welcomed us with extensive greetings, fed us oh too well, asked at every juncture if we were enjoying ourselves, and encouraged us to pack up our bags and "move on back"!

jtaylor's picture
Monday, April 28, 2008 - 11:43am

Do you care who runs California's lottery? Would you mind if Blue Cross or some other HMO provided care in the state's prisons? Do you have feelings for (or understand) the Williamson Act or the State Compensation Insurance Fund?

Those were some of the ways mentioned to two-dozen Central California hospital officials April 25 by Assembly Minority Leader Mike Villines of Clovis as he puzzled how legislators may tackle the state's multi-billion-dollar budget deficit.

jtaylor's picture
Thursday, April 24, 2008 - 7:25am

Lucky LA. Although lots of services are being cut in the name of budget "austerity," (LA Times headline-ese), the Bureau of Street Services (oxymoron?) will be bumped up 3% so it can repair an additional 60 miles of streets.

That means the city's backlogged calendar of street patch-jobs will decline from 63 years to 43 years, the Times says. (This ain't a waiting list to get Green Bay Packers seasons tickets -- this is busted axles and trips to the orthopod.)