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Many of those who struggle with addiction, find it even more difficult as their families find it hard to forgive them. The best way to comprehend an addict’s experience is to try to put … more
Few songs have ever overwhelmed as many followers of Christ worldwide, with inspiration and encouragement, as Sinach’s “Way Maker”. It is safe to say that since it’s release … more
SAN ANTONIO (Aug. 31, 2023) – “[T]he assertion the construction industry isn’t providing rest and water breaks for its workers […] is wrong and irresponsible,” writes … more
SAN ANTONIO (Aug. 31, 2023) – “[T]he assertion the construction industry isn’t providing rest and water breaks for its workers […] is wrong and irresponsible,” writes … more
The state of labor this year is so fraught, so weighted with issues and problems, that a single day of homage and reflection doesn’t seem enough. It’s as if a year or more is needed to … more
All across America, the automobile has been a fascinating subject since its invention in 1885, and those early engineers began inventing motors to make the auto go faster!   Thus, the beginning … more
Dear Dietitian, To increase the consumption of EPA and DHA, I’ve started eating canned salmon with skin and bones. I rinse the fish with water to lessen its sodium content. In doing so, … more
In the American debate over this question, sadly, the secularists are driving the bus. In Barna’s latest research, done in early 2023, 58% of Americans said, “NO”, to there being … more
Let’s answer the question: “Why should I belong to any organization?” Now there’s one word that best describes America’s cattle and sheep farmers and ranchers. That … more
Hi Taylor - As I suffer through another heatwave, I remember reading something about how weather affects the economy. Aside from people using the A/C more, do you know what weather conditions affect … more
As productivity lessens in later life, one is sometimes guilty of over-analysis, probing the depths of understanding too far. Been there lately? If not, maybe you’re not old enough, or perhaps … more
A mere 55 years after his death, the U.S. government has restored J. Robert Oppenheimer’s security clearance, which the Atomic Energy Commission had taken away from him in 1954, declaring him … more
Hey Taylor - I’m toying with the idea of selling my truck. On the one hand, I can’t imagine parting with this beauty. On the other, I can hardly afford the monthly payments and gas is … more
Dear Dietitian, I am confused about whole grains. Some information tells me to eat lots of whole grains, but others say fiber is important in a healthy diet. Which is it? Ray Dear Ray, … more
  Toni, My problem is different than most couples that I read about in the Toni Says® Medicare column. I am finding out that my company’s group health plan is not paying for … more
Before football coaches have gone any distance in the minefield-laden careers they’ve chosen, they learn that the welcome mat--so warmly extended before their first game--often is jerked away … more
My father turns 91 years old next month. Wow! That’s over nine decades of living! Tomorrow being Father’s Day, I want to share with you about my awesome father. As amazing as it … more
Yesterday morning, I’m standing in front of my bathroom mirror, checking out my brush job on my hair. Well, pitiful, just pitiful! There’s just getting less and less hair up there! And … more
Dear Readers, You may have heard about an innovative approach to dietary intervention known as precision nutrition (PN). This approach includes individualized meal planning based on your DNA. It … more
Hey Taylor - I recently read about apps that can help fix your credit score. I’m wondering if this is another scam or if it’s worth looking into. Hey Meredith - I was just … more
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