December 20, 2019
THURSDAY, Dec. 19, 2019 (The New York Times)—The House and Senate have now passed a provision that would ban the sale of tobacco and e-cigarettes to anyone under 21, at a time when Congress and the Trump administration are facing public pressure to reduce the soaring rates of teenage vaping.
President Trump has spoken in favor of increasing the age limit, and is expected to sign the measure into law as part of the overall spending package.
Vaping increases the risk of lung disease by a third: U.S. study
Dec. 16, Reuters
Losing weight after age 50 linked to lower breast cancer risk
Dec. 17, NBC News
Hairstylists Can Save Your Hair — And Your Life
Dec. 17, WBUR
MONDAY, Dec. 16, 2019 (Prevent Cancer Foundation)—“It’s important to me that people know this issue is serious, but prevention is possible. As a two-time cancer survivor, I’m proud to be working with the Prevent Cancer Foundation to help bring awareness to the link between viruses and cancer. Bringing awareness to the HPV vaccine and its ability to prevent at least six types of cancer is truly stopping cancer before it starts.” – Ernie Hudson