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Fifth in a series of how universities can help build character.R-E-S-P-E-C-T. If you hummed that along in your head, you probably know where this is going.Respect is a commodity. It is traded like … more
Have you ever met someone for the first time and within 30 seconds you can tell you really don’t care for them? How can you assess a person that quickly? We all do it.First impressions can be … more
Hey Taylor: Have you heard of the Buy It for Life movement? My friends keep talking about it, and it seems like it’s just about buying expensive things. Can you explain? - LizaHey Liza: … more
Nothing in this world is certain but change.As I script this article we are on the cusp of the most pivotal election in the history of the planet whether by design or divine decree. Already the norm … more
Dear Dietitian,My boyfriend is a big believer in taking dietary supplements. He has type 2 diabetes, and he takes medication for this. He eats right most of the time and exercises three times a week. … more
“He who eats until he is sick must fast until he is well,” is an English proverb. And Ben Franklin hit the nail on the head with: “To lengthen thy life, lessen thy meals.” … more
Google gets the last laugh, probably far more often than we know. Include one letter more than needed to “Google” a subject turns research to clabber quicker than political candidates can … more
Let’s simplify our world today and learn some math.We often make life more complicated than it is. We don’t have to be an expert at playing chess to plan three moves ahead in our lives. … more
Fourth in a series of how universities can help build character.University innovation is often, and appropriately, viewed as the work of faculty and students fueling discovery through individual … more
Dear Dietitian,My father had heart disease, so I am careful about my diet. I eat right and exercise. I understand how important omega-3 fatty acids are for the heart, but I don’t like salmon, … more
The temple in the wilderness prefigured the sacred body temple constitution in the flesh. If sacred ritual and work was wrought in the temple in the wilderness then it stands to reason that sacred … more
Hey Taylor, I’m on the verge of breaking off to start my own construction company. I’ve never done anything this big before and I’m wondering if you have any advice to keep me from … more
Okay, don’t laugh. It’s a job and it could be a dam good paying one if you had a good route. Being a newspaper delivery boy isn’t what it used to be many years ago. Today, … more
The words “wash and wear” exploded in the 1950s, thanks to the introduction of treated cotton and synthetics that meant clothing could be worn straight from the washing machine. Ironing … more
• It’s not always an effort to show off to the neighbors.I’m sure everyone has had their evening television show or quiet family dinner interrupted by an obnoxious, loud motorcycle … more
Third in a series of how universities can help build character.WT values the practical framing of intellectual work.Being pragmatic does not mean big ideas or the big picture are avoided. When … more
Almost without exception, I have heard these three words the most over the past 6 weeks.  “How’s School Going?”  In years past, this question was often asked, but was … more
Several years ago my wife and I had the opportunity to spend a week in Washington D.C. We enjoyed our visit to the nation’s capitol. While there we visited monuments, museums, the National Zoo, … more
Toni:This year, the 2021 Medicare and You handbook did not include all the information regarding the Medicare Part D deductibles and “Donut Hole”. I got in the “famous” … more
Dear Dietitian,I typically drink skim milk, but I love the rich taste of whole milk. A friend recently said dairy fat is good for us and doesn’t clog the arteries like the fat in meat. Is this … more
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