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Accidents at Nuclear Power Plants and Cancer Risk

cancer  power  risk  environment  exposure  contamination  radiation  thyroid  accidents  nuclear  plants  3.98  accident  atomic  cesium  Chernobyl  Chornobyl  Cs-137  iodide  iodine 

A fact sheet about cancer risks associated with accidents at nuclear power plants.

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Preventing Chronic Disease | Public Support for Smoke-Free Air Strategies Among Smokers and Nonsmokers, New York City, 2010"2012 - CDC

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From 2010 through 2012, the New York City Department of Health and Mental Hygiene engaged in multiple smoke-free-air activities in collaboration with community, institution, and government partners. These included implementing a law prohibiting smoking in all parks and beaches as well as working to increase compliance with existing Smoke-free Air Act provisions.

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Preventing Chronic Disease | Formative Evaluation for a Healthy Corner Store Initiative in Pitt County, North Carolina: Assessing the Rural Food Environment, Part 1 - CDC

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Obesity prevalence in the rural United States is higher than in urban or suburban areas, perhaps as a result of the food environment. Because rural residents live farther from supermarkets than their urban- and suburban-dwelling counterparts, they may be more reliant on smaller corner stores that offer fewer healthful food items.

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Build a Safe Environment

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Everyone at school can work together to create a climate where bullying is not acceptable. Find out what you can do to help build a safe and supportive school environment at StopBullying.gov.

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