October 24, 2014



  • Smokeless Tobacco Dangers
    Be Well

    Smokeless Tobacco Dangers

    by David Tuller, DrPH

    While the rate of cigarette smoking among working-age adults in the U.S. fell between 2005 and 2010, the rate of those using smokeless tobacco did not. And these products have their dangers.

  • Reducing Your Carbon Footprint

    Reducing Your Carbon Footprint

    by Edward Blonz, M.S., Ph.d.

    One sure way to cut your carbon emissions is to eat less meat. Compared to growing plant foods, meat and poultry production uses far more resources and produces far more carbon emissions. Beef is the most environmentally expensive food of all.