Cancer in your esophagus, the tube that runs from your throat to your stomach, is one of the most frequently reported and a leading cause of cancer deaths around the world. Most cases are reported in developing countries. Early esophageal cancer typically causes no symptoms. However, its chemical markers are present in the earliest stage. A new device being tested in England takes advantage of that to allow early detection of esophageal and other types of cancer. Faith Lapidus reports.
Alarming reports by the US and the UN paint a gloomy picture of earth's future if we do not reduce burning carbon for energy. On Plugged In with Greta Van Susteren, Dr. Judith Curry, former chair of the School of Earth and Atmospheric Sciences at the Georgia Institute of Technology said, "There’s no question that all things being equal, more carbon dioxide in the atmosphere will have a warming effect. The issue is how much." Airdate: January 8, 2019
Alarming reports by the US and the UN paint a gloomy picture of earth's future if we do not reduce burning carbon for energy. On Plugged In with Greta Van Susteren, Dr. Michael E. Mann, Distinguished Professor of Atmospheric Science at Pennsylvania State University said, "The impacts of climate change are no longer subtle. We’re seeing them play out in terms of weather disasters that are costing us hundreds of billions of dollars." Airdate: January 8, 2019