In editorial news:

Jim Morris, Managing Editor for the Center for Public Integrity, penned a commentary piece associated with the news site’s “Unequal Risk” series on workplace hazards and diseases. Morris explains: “Guns take more than 30,000 lives in America each year. But there’s a less-visible, even deadlier scourge that’s been mostly lost in an era of mass shootings and terrorism scares: work-related illness, which kills 50,000 annually, according to the best government estimate. Hundreds of thousands more are sickened by job-related exposures to toxic substances.”

Read the editorial via Center for Public Integrity here. Browse all “Unequal Risk” articles here.

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