Health

Soda = Big Tobacco, According to No-Fun NYT Food Writer Mark Bittman

In addition some copy editor at the Times has a puritanical relationship with snacks: To help dam the river of sugared drinks that Americans pour into ever-fatter bodies each year, some suggest a ...

ObamaCare in the House (M.D.)

Episode of medical drama takes shots at evil private insurance companies.

CNBC's Harwood Claims Public Doesn't Know Enough about Obamacare

Washington correspondent makes case for health care reform despite Brown victory; 'Squawk Box; co-hosts Kernen, Quick refute claim.

Dean and Skinner: Mass. Vote Close Because Health Care Bill Lacks Public Option

Former Vt. Gov. and a liberal radio host tell CNBC's Kudlow U.S. is 'center-left'; Wall Street should want government plan.

Olbermann Complains Media Focused on Beck Instead of His Astroturf Health Care Clinic

MSNBC host attacks 'Time magazine, the Politico, The New York Times and everybody else in the mainstream' for covering Fox News host's new 'plan.'

GMA Over-indulges on CSPI Food Attacks

On the morning show for third time in two months, lefty food haters recycle popcorn study.

Obama Not to Blame for Flu Vaccine Shortages, but Bush Was Tagged in 2004

The ongoing shortage of swine flu vaccine is not laid at the feet of the Obama White House: His name doesn't even appear in a story quoting "federal health officials" about the shortages. But with ...

Huckabee: Obama's Redistribution Extends to Health Care, Foreign Policy

FNC host and former Arkansas governor says president's policies well-intentioned, but gone about 'in the worst possible way if they're really serious about recovery.'

ABC Airs Fantasy About Impact of House Health Care Bill

Chief medical editor tells viewers the great things the bill will accomplish 'right away,' ignores future cost of mandates.

'GMA' Cereal Report Continues Crusade against Food

Reporter Dan Harris highlights new study attacking companies for marketing sugary cereal to children, claims self-policing is 'demonstrable failure.'
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