Health | Entertainment | Food | NW LifeOPB | Aug. 14, 2017 7:16 a.m. | Portland
Does anyone take pregnancy food warnings seriously? What's the current state of fake meat? And why is "clean eating" considered to be harmful? Listen to Episode 25 of "The Four Top" to find out.
What's the deal with cooking cannabis? Is the growing marijuana industry affecting the bottom lines of restaurants? And why was a small family dairy barred from labeling its skim milk as ... "skim milk"?
Health | Entertainment | News | ArtsNPR | March 20, 2017 9:14 a.m.
Julia has bright red hair, big green eyes and she loves to draw. She can be a little shy, but Elmo and Abby Cadabby don't mind. She's voiced by Stacey Gordon, whose son is on the autism spectrum, too.
'The Four Top': So What About Soylent? | Craft Beer's Dirty Little Secret | Fear The Great White YetiOPB | Nov. 21, 2016 7 a.m. | Portland
We uncover craft beer's dirty little secret and examine the cult phenom that is the Yeti cooler company — but not before sipping Soylent, the embattled Silicon Valley food replacement.
Documents show that in the '60s, the sugar industry funded Harvard researchers who, examining risk factors of heart disease, dismissed concerns about sugar and doubled down on the dangers of fat.
A second Washington woman and an Oregon man who contracted E. coli after eating at a Chipotle franchise are suing the Mexican restaurant chain.
Randall Children's Hospital, in partnership with Pablove Shutterbug Photography, facilitated a grant from the Livestrong Foundation to allow children with cancer to learn fundamentals of photography.
When photographer Jock Bradley’s sister died from ovarian cancer last year, his grief and experience dealing with her illness led to the birth of a new art project.
Journalist Amanda Bennett explores the costs of the healthcare system by sharing the story of her husband's death from cancer in her new memoir.
The author of The Best Care Possible spoke with Think Out Loud about how to improve quality of life for patients nearing the end of their lives.