Risk Watch: The Odds of Life

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Facts on File, Jan 1, 1985 - Business & Economics - 214 pages
Argues that news reporting practices give a false impression as to the greatest dangers to our lives, discusses the risks involved in food, medical treatment, and daily life, and suggests that life is safer today than in the past

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Contents

Progress and Risk
21
What We Die of One Way to Look
53
Prominent Voluntary Hazards
78
Copyright

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