National Safety Council report on “odds of dying” highest in 1) preventable household deaths and 2)opioid overdoses

The National Safety Council reports the likelihood of dying in preventable accidents is on the rise. The most startling increases include motor vehicle crashes and deaths caused by opioid overdoses. Every 10 minutes in the U.S. three people are killed. Preventable household injuries are now the third leading cause of death. Fatal injury with...
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Billions of black market cigarettes from China containing asbestos flooding US market fueling health concerns

Billions of fake cigarettes contained in packages mimicking American made cigarettes are being sent into the United States illegally from China and they contain dangerous chemicals including lead, asbestos and other life threatening checmicals. Asbestos is a known carcinogen responsible for mesothelioma and other life-threatening respiratory diseases.The majority of illegal cigarettes come...

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