Nonfat cheese that tastes like plastic. Low-calorie soda that leaves a bitter aftertaste. Sugar-free brownies that crumble like Styrofoam. Dieters have learned an important lesson: When you take the fat and calories out of your favorite treats, you sometimes have to say goodbye to the taste too.
This week on the Ohio's Yesteryears blog, a retired naval commander visited the Hayes museum to donate his great grandfather's escutcheon and other family heirlooms to honor the long-time friendship between his ancestor General Manning Force and President Rutherford B. Hayes.
Wet winters and cool, dry summers make Oregon's Willamette Valley one of the best places on the globe to produce seeds for organic broccoli, cabbage, cauliflower, Brussels sprouts and a variety of other vegetables known as brassicas.
The accidental disposal of a viable kidney by an experienced nurse during a transplant was a "baffling" act, said a surgeon hired by the University of Toledo Medical Center to review its kidney transplant program following the botched procedure.