Surveillance video released from Seattle, Wash. shows a violent confrontation between two King County sheriff’s deputies and a 15-year-old girl inside a jail cell. One deputy has been charged with assault.
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Piehole Comment: This is bullshit. They should be trying harder to donate this crap instead of filling the landfills with usable shit. I know the OctoMom that could use a few fucking cribs about now!
GODDAMN IT! what about children hospitals and Non profit organizations or even fucking churches and prisons! OR WHAT ABOUT the people of Katrina?
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Report: Good Diet, Physical Activity, and Healthy Weight May Prevent 34% of 12 Common Cancers in the U.S.
By Miranda Hitti
About a third of common adult cancers may be preventable in the U.S. — and that doesn’t even count cancers that could be prevented by not smoking.
That’s according to a new report from the World Cancer Research Fund (WCRF) and its sister organization, the American Institute for Cancer Research (AICR).
In the new report, the WCRF and AICR estimate that in the U.S., eating a nutritious diet, being physically active, and keeping body fat under control may prevent:
* 38% of breast cancers
* 45% of colorectal cancers
* 36% of lung cancers
* 39% of pancreatic cancers
* 47% of stomach cancers
* 69% of esophageal cancers
* 63% of cancers of the mouth, pharynx, or larynx
* 70% of endometrial cancers
* 24% of kidney cancers
* 21% of gallbladder cancers
* 15% of liver cancers
* 11% of prostate cancers
Diet, physical activity, and limited body fat could prevent 34% of those 12 cancers overall in the U.S., and 24% of all cancers, according to the report.
Those estimates are all about the big picture — the effect on the overall population — not an individual’s chance of developing cancer.
The WCRF/AICR report also includes tips for governments, industries, school, media, and other institutions worldwide to promote healthy lifestyles. Among those recommendations:
* New developments should be designed to encourage walking and cycling.
* Government and school cafeterias should provide healthy foods and drinks.
* Food and drink industries should price healthy fare competitively with other products and stop promoting sugary drinks and unhealthy foods to kids.
* Workplaces should have policies and environments that are supportive of breastfeeding.
* Media should promote cancer prevention and flag misleading cancer claims.