A new report has uncovered that Komen's Race for the Cure Greater Fort Worth has been facing a notable decrease in the number of registrations for the race to be conducted on April 14 at Ridgmar mall.
A study conducted by a team of analysts from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention has shown that the disease called gastroenteritis caused due to stomach bugs have been increasingly killing a large number of people in America for many years.
No one could have imagined that in a short span of time that issue surrounding "Pink slime" could become so serious. With massive opposition calling for imposing a ban on the product, thereby prohibiting it to be sold to consumers.
There has been a public health crisis due to overdoses of prescription drugs. This comes in the wake of the desolate pronouncement made by the White House Director of the Office of National Drug Control Policy. The numbers have tripled since 1990, which the overdose deaths increasing every year.
Concerned over the faulty breast implants, the medical regulator of Australia have recently asked women to get the brand of the implants checked immediately. Women who had gone through breast implants in 1998 have also been asked to do the same.
A recent report has claimed that the people tend to overestimate their height and underestimate their weight. According to the compilers of the report people are mislead about the appropriate body weight.
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