Chadwick Boseman, Tom Watson, Dr. Timothy Cannon discussed on News, Traffic and Weather

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Mostly sunny skies around western Washington for the afternoon. Hope you're enjoying it over the next few days to change things up a bit tonight, get a week system through here, but that won't last too long. We're gonna go on to Sunshine by Monday afternoon over a little bit. Misty morning on Monday. Temperatures tomorrow. Also in the low to mid seventies and sunshine Tuesday Wednesday in the Cup of the center turns on Cos time for another Cuomo extra Art Sanders. Is it safe to pick up litter? Now? King County ICO consumer Tom Watson shares his thoughts if you used to pick up litter occasionally on your own. It should be fine to continue doing that. Now. As long as you follow all the standard covert precautions were a mask properly over your nose and mouth. Do you distance scene where gloves And still wash your hands thoroughly before and after your little pickup, picking up trash occasionally, and putting it in the garbage or recycling as appropriate is actually the perfect, socially distanced masked up covert activity. They pick up litter now only if you were already doing it. Sometimes on your own prick over, for example, I used to pick up litter. Sometimes when I was on my way walking somewhere. And I would have won re used plastic disposable bag for garbage in another bag for recycling. I'm in Seattle and I know where the public trash and recycling bins are always next to each other. I would put my collected items in the trash and recycling. With the dirty plastic bags in the trash, too, and be on my way, and I can still do it that way. Now many group volunteer litter pick ups and clean up around hold to do the virus. But you can still be a litter picking waste warrior on your own and have fun doing it. If you can do it, nonjudgmental e, just enjoying recycling and keeping the neighborhood looking Good. Thanks Can count. ICO Consumer Tom Watson on coma News. Tributes continue to pour in for actor Chadwick Boseman, whose death from colon cancer this week at the age of 43 is sparking a conversation for a deadly disease that disproportionately affects black men. ABC is Alex Parrish has more on the signs and symptoms. Everyone should be on the lookout for there may be some buyout biological factors. Dr. Timothy Cannon is an oncologist that knows these statistics. Well, I think there's just so much information that we need to get out there and really Help you help with the situation we saw with Chadwick Boseman. Dr Cannon says that starts with paying attention to symptoms, including changing bowel habits, bleeding abdominal pain and unintended weight loss. These signs are important because younger patients with colorectal cancer tend to be diagnosed at a more advanced stage. Stay home. Stay connected.

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