6/1/2015 9:46 AM ET
‘Growing chorus’ of scientists say salt in diet is beneficial, contrary to federal guidelines.
3/15/2013 12:13 PM ET
Atlanta bureau chief Kim Severson mocks Mississippians: "To that end, the people who
govern the state with the highest rate of obesity in the nation have
passed a bill saying that any law that ...
9/12/2012 3:04 PM ET
Reporter Sabrina Tavernise went back for refills to bolster the nanny state: "But critics say efforts to
influence behavior will have only a modest effect without policy
measures like taxes on ...
1/5/2011 5:28 PM ET
On Tuesday's CBS Evening News, correspondent Michelle Miller lectured Americans on their diet: "According to Consumer Reports Health, many Americans are simply deluding themselves, most say they ...
10/12/2009 3:57 PM ET
The paper's left-wing "Ethicist" columnist calls for a crackdown on candy jars in the office: "Snacking might be defended as a personal choice, but it's tough to stay cake-free amid a permanent ...
12/3/2007 2:17 PM ET
The Times' Kim Severson brings the nanny-state approach to the school snack bar, celebrating the fight against "the mountain of high-calorie snacks and sodas available to schoolchildren."
7/26/2007 12:38 PM ET
The Times goes English-only? A business reporter bashes McDonald's for advertising its new giant soft drink in several languages.
7/24/2007 5:18 PM ET
CBS and NBC say study associates diet soda with heart disease, despite same study stating data inconclusive.
4/4/2007 2:57 PM ET
Journalists love CSPI's hype and embrace its extremist anti-food agenda.