Remembering Maine

May 26, 2009

As the Senate Finance Committee considers potential funding options for health care reform, Maine Republican Sen. Olympia Snowe offers lessons from her…

Have a Fun, Safe and Refreshing Holiday

May 22, 2009

Summer officially kicks off this weekend with the Memorial Day holiday. And as people fire up the grills, head out to the beaches and parks, or dust off…

Painting a Picture of Science & the News

May 21, 2009

Sometimes a picture can say things much more powerfully and clearly than words. If you wonder why you wake up every day to a new "health alert" about some…

Truth Gets in Way of Good Spin

May 14, 2009

Yesterday, an American Beverage Association senior vice president and Michael Jacobson of the Center for Science in the Public Interest debated Jacobson's…

Taxes Put on the Table; Backlash Starts

May 13, 2009

Well, as promised and expected, Michael Jacobson of the Center for Science in the Public Interest put on the table using beverage taxes to pay for health…

Here They Go Again

May 12, 2009

The elected leaders in Maine imposed a massive tax hike on soft drinks and other beverages. Mainers repealed it last November through a "people's veto"…

Perspective

May 11, 2009

Think about this:
The American Beverage Association this week received a couple inquiries, via letter and phone, from middle-schoolers asking for our support…

Good Habits Start at Home

May 8, 2009

Yesterday, Sip & Savor applauded moms for their hard work in making changes happen in their schools because we know that schools can be petri dishes of…

Moms That Are Making it Happen

May 7, 2009

With Mother's Day coming up this weekend, Sip & Savor wants to remind its readers to thank their moms for everything they do, especially the little things…

Bulls-eye on Bottled Water? Aiming for the Wrong Target

May 6, 2009

Yesterday, New York Gov. David Paterson joined a handful of governors who have signed executive orders to phase out the purchase and use of bottled water…