Father Love Is Just As Strong As Mother Love

BY ON June 13, 2013
You won’t find me grousing about yet another made-up holiday. I happen to love some of those marketing inventions: Valentine’s Day, Mother’s Day–and coming right up, Father’s Day. They give us a chance to honor important people in our lives–and express our gratitude. My father...

TOPICS: Dads

Tuna Surprise

BY ON June 12, 2013
Since doctors advise pregnant women and women of child-bearing age to limit their tuna consumption, because eating tuna may put their unborn baby at risk for mercury poisoning, I assumed everyone knew the hardcore scoop about tuna. Not so. Famed food writer, Mark Bittman discusses...

TOPICS: Coal, MCAF News, Mercury Poisoning, Pollution

A Very Special Asthma Story

BY ON June 12, 2013
This post is written by Eliana Tardio: A couple of months ago, my son spent four days in the hospital after having a really bad asthma attack. It was tough watching him breathe through an oxygen mask for days, worrying about his health and well-being....

TOPICS: Asthma, Motherhood

Snow Dance In June?

BY ON June 11, 2013
This was written by Betsy Blaisdell for the New Hampshire Union Leader. Betsy Blaisdell is the senior manager of environmental stewardship at Timberland: We have a new tradition at Timberland. Each fall at our annual sales meeting, we do a little dance to bring on the snow.

 It’s...

TOPICS: Climate Change, New Hampshire, Ohio, Politics