July 23, 2009

  • We’ve heard of seasonal depression in the winter, and let’s face it: Dreary, gray days and socks soaked through with slush are enough to dampen anyone's spirits. But not everyone is happiest when the sun is shining and the temperature’s rising. New cases are emerging of people struggling with the summertime blues. [ABCNews]

  • First there were nutrition facts. Then came ONQI food ratings. Now a vegan advocacy group is proposing warning labels on foods such as hot dogs. The organization, called the Cancer Project, is suing Nathan’s Famous and four other companies for not providing ample warning to consumers of the dangers of the wiener. [The Daily Green]


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