“Ending the tobacco epidemic is more urgent than ever, and can only happen if the FDA acts aggressively and broadly to protect all Americans from all tobacco products,” said Harold Wimmer, president of the American Lung Association.
“I think frankly Bernie’s campaign has stirred it up,” he added. A longtime advocate of coverage for all, McDermott is supporting Clinton.
“We need to question this whole idea of what not-for-profit means,” Prussing said. “This is a highly profitable business that manages to not pay taxes.”
“You have to be creative,” said Willard, a chef with an easy smile and a long mustache, who is the nursing home’s food service director. Earlier that day, he had received a thumbs-up for his gluten-free pancakes.
“Cancer is a constant emergency,” the vice president said. “Cancer’s not a national problem, it’s an international problem. It’s a human problem. It affects all races, all religions.”
“The theme across all consumer categories is more natural ingredients for all the products they’re purchasing,” said Sarah Jindal, a senior beauty analyst for Mintel. “That’s going to continue to become more and more important to the consumer.”
The FDA says its own findings “show mixed results that make it difficult to draw conclusions regarding the success of the program,” according to briefing documents posted online.
Biggerstaff, who started at Children’s this month and came to Colorado from Children’s Medical Center in Dallas, said that hopefulness is why he has no plans to leave the pediatric healthcare world
“We continue to deal with this emotionally, physically, and financially 100 percent on our own,” Karen Eldredge wrote. “The only thing we have ever asked is a path forward.”