May 23 will see the Cancer Council's Australia's Biggest Morning Tea turning 20 as the celebrations for the same will be held by the locals. The event is known for raising heavy funds and awareness for the people suffering from the deadly cancer.
As per reports, about 4.65 million packaged counterfeit prophylactics while some 1,100 unpackaged pounds of the same were discovered and seized by the police in central and east China.
The Hunter Valley Research Foundation's latest Wellbeing Watch reported increased obesity rates because of trends of sedentary lifestyle and rise in number of requests for support from charity groups. Many people admitted that they can't meet the bills on time.
The regional scorecard is prepared every two years. It was released this morning at the foundation's quarterly economic indicators business breakfast.
A major campaign launched to fight the growing measles epidemic was successful in availing 50,000 people with vaccinations against it.
Considering the upcoming National Dementia Awareness Week in the week from May 20 to May 26, the top-most charity PDSA is initiating awareness and understanding of the condition. It was suggested that the condition can affect both pets and people.
As per reports, wards at Redditch Alexandra Hospital in Worcestershire have been closed down for visitors in wake of the norovirus outbreak.
The health bosses at the facility have said that the visits to the hospital will only be allowed after permission from the ward and that too in some exceptional circumstances. Also, the outbreak has led to closure of two wards at the Worcestershire Royal Hospital.
The sixth annual Relay For Life of Berlin has been slated for May 17 and May 18 this year and will be held at the Berlin Lions Fairgrounds, 430 Buckley Road. Lynn Kipphut, of the American Cancer Society, invited the people to take part in the event.
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