“For a policy to have this amount of impact in a short amount of years” is remarkable, because cancer often takes a long time to develop and prove fatal, she said.
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Officials say the chemicals allow the bowls to be able to hold hot, wet and greasy food. However, the Environmental Protection Agency says those compounds do not break down in the body.
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Our guest Marissa McKeever with Director of Government and Community Affairs for Sibley Memorial Hospital with Johns Hopkins Medicine speaks with our listeners about health disparities in DC Ward 7 and 8. Sibley Memorial Hospital has a solution for this issue.
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Many DC Homeless Avoid Shelters Amid Cold. Senate President Gives Update On Cancer Battle. Detroit Police Are Investigating Officer For Racist Snapchat Video.
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During a Quincy tribute concert in L.A. last September, James was noticeably absent when Patti performed their hit song. She soldiered on without him, doing her best impression of her dear friend while singing his part.
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Cancer also remains the nation’s No. 2 killer. The society predicts there will be more than 1.7 million new cancer cases, and more than 600,000 cancer deaths, in the U.S. this year.
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