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I, like most Americans, love salt. My ethnic culinary background has made salt a very traditional condiment. (Think chicken soup, koshered fowl, pickles, smoked white fish, hummus, pitas…then add on American potato chips, processed meats, breads, cookies, sauces and salad dressings). I was going to have a string cheese as a snack while I wrote…

I have been mesmerized by the Winter Olympics. Each night, I eagerly tune into the NBC broadcast and watch with amazement as snowboarders and skiers race, soar and somersault in defiance of gravity, human speed and most probably their mothers. I know the latter are in the crowds cheering their progeny on…How do they do…

We all want that something, preferably an over-the-counter and inexpensive pill, to help maintain our memory, acuity, ability to process information (like medical newsletters) and our daily mental activities. I have to admit that several years ago I took Ginkgo biloba and indeed, if I forgot my daily dose, worried that I would be unable…

I have just returned from Israel. Ten time zones and a 15 hour (if it’s non-stop) flight will guarantee jet lag. So please forgive me if this piece is somewhat disjointed. The El Al flights I took were uneventful and indeed I slept most of the way. But as I landed in LA my ear…

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