ABC's Miguel Marquez told the tale of the scariest voicemail message a parent could possibly receive. Stephen Phillips, a soldier fighting in Afghanistan, claimed he accidentally set off the redial on his cell phone in mid battle. It transmitted the combat audio back to Oregon until his last word "incoming" and the whistle of a rocket-propelled grenade…CBS' own scoop last month about the Veterans Administration's mental health failures in treating suicidal patients inspired House committee hearings. Armen Keteyian was on hand to hear his reporting vindicated…NBC's in-house physician Nancy Snyderman gave us the highlights of a Journal of the Medical Association study on the benefits of quitting for women smokers. The dangers of lung cancer or heart disease start improving in as little as five years; 30 years after quitting, a female smoker is at no greater risk of death from lung cancer than a non-smoker.
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