One of the stars of the U.S. Olympic team at the London Games, Felix talks about her advocacy for a number of issues, including childhood obesity.
The Duke University professor explains his groundbreaking work, detailed in the text, Critical Decisions.
The outspoken environmental activist is featured in the documentary, Last Call at the Oasis, which highlights the vital role of water in our everyday lives and those struggling with defects in the current system. Read up on her and tune in to see the conversation.
The Salon.com columnist weighs in on the Supreme Court’s healthcare ruling, explains her text, What’s the Matter with White People?, and assesses the evolution of the race and class discussion.
Another star-studded week of lively discussion and insightful comments goes in the books. Check out the gallery (for a few behind-the-scenes shots!) and some notable quotables and share your thoughts.
The pioneering urban farmer and founder-CEO of Growing Power, Inc. discusses his text The Good Food Revolution, his thoughts on “food deserts” and preventative measures against disease and childhood obesity.
Just what do you think a two time Emmy Award winner would have to say on the state of affairs in America? Simple. Anything he wants.
Dr. Hyman, author of The Blood Sugar Solution, explains why 1 in 2 Americans either have diabetes or pre-diabetes, details the program that seeks to cure “diabesity” and shares why the future of medicine is personalized care.
Put down that spoon. Back away from the high chair. New research shows that spoon-fed babies have higher rates of obesity.
The renowned cancer expert shares why he wrote the provocative new book How We Do Harm: A Doctor Breaks Ranks About Being Sick in America.