Monthly Archives: September 2016

What is an Ethical Dilemma?

There are three conditions that must be present for a situation to be considered an ethical dilemma. The first condition occurs in situations when an individual, called the “agent,” must make a decision about which course of action is best. … Continue reading

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Pork Meets Citrus Marinade & Grill

A coworker asked me what the last thing I would cook on grill this summer would be. After giving it some thought, I whipped up this delicious marinade and said, if I have to say farewell to summer I am going … Continue reading

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Cucumber Meets Salad

I was recently suckered into purchasing a pickling cuke. No hard feelings, as I turned it into an amazing summer drink. I still, however, had half of it staring at me every time I opened my fridge. Yes, I could … Continue reading

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What the Hell is a Pickled Cuke?

I looked at the sign, then at the pickled cuke and thought it looked like a cucumber. Not one to have food remorse, I tossed one in my basket. In my kitchen I cut a few slices and popped a … Continue reading

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The Medication Generation?

Scientists say most antidepressants don’t work for children or teenagers with major depression, some may be unsafe, and the quality of evidence about these drugs is so bad the researchers cannot be sure if any are truly effective or safe. … Continue reading

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