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Who's joining us @98WSIX's Battle for the Bones @Jason_Aldean's Kitchen + Rooftop Bar featuring performances by @littlebigtown #HARDY and @IngridAndress? This is #Nashville's Official #Halloween Party! Proceeds benefit #FTL Sarcoma Fund. https://t.co/Xux6YbBrCd. #B4TB98

High-salt intake may negatively affect cognitive function by causing a deficiency of the compound nitric oxide, according to @Nature study done in mice by Drs. Costantino Iadecola and Giuseppe Faraco of @WCMCNeurology.

Link: https://t.co/LDCJeYhtZ5

Calvin's favorite thing about Halloween is trick-or-treating, no matter the weather. “He also loves to scare the little kids when they come to our house for candy,” Calvin’s mom said.

Youth leaders speak on the Hill about clean air, health, #climate & environmental justice @LungAssociation @the_ncc_ @GroundTruth #ChildrenAtTheCenter #HealthyAirForAll

Charlotte Lawrence attends at the Spirit of Excellence Awards Dinner for @tjmartell on October 22 ❤
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Today we are partnering with the @CEHN, National Children’s Campaign (@the_ncc_ ) and @GroundTruth films for a Hill briefing focused on the health impacts of #airpollution & #climatechange, and the power of youth leadership. Our AVP of Healthy Air @LauraKateBender speaking here.

These young people have done what most of us only dream of. What are they thinking during those crucial hours?

https://t.co/GIgVX61kIa

Start a BCRF fundraiser this fall! We share 5 simple ways to make a difference for those impacted by breast cancer: https://t.co/3Kw8CLQ89O

A person’s family history, genetics, race and ethnicity are all important #breastcancer risk factors. Our latest blog shares how BCRF researchers are investigating every facet of hereditary breast cancer. https://t.co/uIHA4YZiJJ #HBOC

In an effort to make it easier for others, women who have had breast cancer share what they wish someone had told them. https://t.co/vABxsH0N9z @SELFmagazine

New cellular and molecular processes underlying communication between gut microbes and brain cells have been described for the first time in a new @nature study published by Drs. David Artis & Conor Liston of #WCM, and Frank Schroeder of @Cornell.

Link: https://t.co/i1ZI3PONCb

Register today to walk with us for #PancreaticCancer research at our Lustgarten Walk—Mid-Hudson Valley on Saturday, October 26th at Dutchess Stadium! To register, visit: https://t.co/MjlSvXf2LX

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