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Topic - Tom Friedman
The Iran talks that concluded on Sunday in Geneva should have focused on one central question: Is Iran's ultimate ambition to be a nuclear force that can dominate the Gulf and the Arab region as well as threaten the survival of Israel?
"Excessive alcohol use has devastating impacts on individuals, families, communities and the economy," CDC Director Tom Friedman said in a statement reported by the Daily Mail. "In addition to injury, illness, disease and death, it costs our society billions of dollars through reduced work productivity, increased criminal justice expenses and higher health care costs."