“That’s when I realized I really didn’t have any rights in the situation,” Trampf said in a recent telephone interview.
This concept, called harm reduction, “is probably the most important and the most contentious issue that the tobacco community is dealing with right now,” said Tom Glynn, who recently retired as the Cancer Society’s top scientist on the e-cigarette issue.
“This is a mechanism through which schools can really have a dramatic, positive impact for their students,” Owens said.
The Food and Drug Administration said it did not know how many jars of nut butters were recalled. The company would not comment.
“It could play a major role in completing the job of polio eradication once and for all,” said Dr. Hamid Jafari, WHO’s director of polio operations, who led the study published Thursday in the journal Science.
“Experience really does matter,” said Dr. Kathy Mann Koepke of the National Institutes of Health, which funded the research.
Aurora SWAT officers dressed in masks and capes rappelled down the side of the building, waving at the children inside.
The project will focus on four Colfax intersections: Fitzsimons Parkway on the eastern edge of the campus, Wheeling Street, Quentin Street and Peoria Street on the western edge. That covers the entire southern edge of the campus, and is one of the busier stretches of Colfax
DENVER | Colorado launched a statewide hotline this week to help people suffering from depression and mental illness. The hotline was part of a plan announced by Gov. John Hickenlooper in late 2012 to bolster the state’s mental health services in the aftermath of mass shootings at an Aurora movie theater and Sandy Hook Elementary in […]
FORT COLLINS |Health officials in northern Colorado say a second person has become sick with tularemia, which is also known as “rabbit fever.” Larimer and Weld County officials in a statement Tuesday said a Larimer County resident became sick with the bacterial infection while mowing a property near Windsor. Symptoms include fever, sore throat and swollen […]