Closer Look: Red Meat And Cancer; Election Results; And More

Rebecca Perez, an oncology specialist dietitian at Northside Hospital, talks about the recent World Health Organization findings connecting processed meats like bacon to cancer on today's "Closer Look with Rose Scott and Jim Burress."
Rebecca Perez, an oncology specialist dietitian at Northside Hospital, talks about the recent World Health Organization findings connecting processed meats like bacon to cancer on today's "Closer Look with Rose Scott and Jim Burress."
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Wednesday on “Closer Look with Rose Scott and Jim Burress”:

  • Mary Kay Woodworth, president of the LaVista Hills Alliance, discusses the results of Tuesday’s election – which saw cityhood efforts fail by 136 votes;
  • Rebecca Perez, an oncology specialist dietitian at Northside Hospital, talks about the recent World Health Organization findings involving red meat and cancer;
  • Kiplinger.com Associate Editor Sandra Block describes what makes Georgia one of the publication’s Top 10 most tax-friendly states for retirees;
  • John Lorinc reports on some good news and bad news for Atlantans traveling on Thanksgiving;
  • DeKalb Strong President Marjorie Hall Snook gives her take on the DeKalb County voting results;
  • Secretary for the Federal Department of Housing and Urban Development Julian Castro discusses housing prices, Hillary Clinton and more;
  • Kate Sweeney reports on how virtual reality may be in the forefront of treating mental health disorders;
  • Johnny Kauffman gives a rundown on the General Assembly election results;
  • Dr. Rondrick Williamson speaks on changing guidelines over diabetes screenings;
  • Tasnim Shamma reports on Comcast’s new campaign to improve its customer service record.