As I visit many marketplaces selling healthy foods, I am surprised to observe so many signs on food objects saying “gluten-free.”
There was a recent scare that tomatoes were causing a condition known as salmonnelosis
I remember one Sunday morning when I was a young man, sitting in Concord Baptist Church and anxiously waiting for the healing words from the Rev. Gardner C. Taylor.
When I was growing up, the disease tuberculosis was running rampant in our communities.
Until 1955, there were no drugs to control high blood pressure. People with this condition were in deep water and became water logged due to the retention of excess fluid. Thus, a condition known as hypertension resulted.
In the year of our Lord 1953, I was drafted into the Armed Forces of the U.S. during the Korean War.
When I was a kid and was performing an antisocial act, my parents would say, “A hard head will make a soft tail.”
The only time that you know you have a gut is when it either growls or cramps up
Today, our jails are filling up with youngsters who are cutting up. In fact, prisons are sources of economic growth and have replaced mental institutions.
If the great baseball player Darryl Strawberry would have eaten more strawberries, he may have prevented the development of colon cancer.
I bet you didn’t realize that when you drink a soothing cup of flavorful cocoa, you are actually protecting your heart with antioxidants
When I was a youngster growing up in Brooklyn, I actually prayed for snow to come.
Aspirin is a miracle drug. It is so arrogant, it wears a slogan on its white coat: “Take an aspirin a day and keep the doctor away.”
Have you noticed that supermarkets and hospitals sell a great many things that cause disease?
I grew up in Brooklyn, N.Y., and attended the great Concord Baptist Church, where I listened intently to the sermons delivered by the great Rev. Gardner Taylor