SHEPHERDSTOWN, W.Va. (AP) - Most of us want to eat healthier. We want to cut calories, cut fat, drop the starch, get rid of the artificial ingredients teeming in most pre-packaged meals and just eat better. But we don't. With Americans seemingly getting fatter and fatter each year, it's hard ... (Date:05/20/2017 15:22) Read full article >>

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