She claims she was forced to take religious courses that included screaming at ashtrays and staring at co-workers.
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It's already a $4 billion market, thanks to a variety of health concerns, and food makers of all sizes are jumping in.
The company is making 4 'global commitments' to combat the epidemic. Critics see the strategy as just another effort to increase sales.
Democrats and Republicans are coming together in an effort to prevent unpaid health care bills from ruining people financially.
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