It has been revealed in a report recently that commercials regarding breast cancer awareness have been on air since February 12 in New Zealand. The commercials have been found to be straight-talking about the disease so as to encourage early diagnosis of the same and reduce mortality rate.
Once again a ground-breaking record in whooping cough cases has been noticed. After reviewing the figures of the last and current year, it has been found that in comparison, January 2012 is recorded with a far higher number of pertussis patients. Till now, 500 patients have been already noted down, whereas during the same time last year, the count was just 74.
In a recent report it has been revealed how the boy, who created history by being the first person ever to have had a full facial transplant, was allowed to see his face in the mirror for the first time.
In another case of fame ruining a person, Whitney Houston, the legendary singer and mentor for many modern day singers, has passed away, leaving behind a trail of questions, which need to be answered.
According to a recent report, dental care for Knox has been facing huge cuts in funding that has been resulting in long term waiting by patients in need of dental treatment. It has been found that cuts in funding have led to shortage of dentists in Victoria and children are suffering the most.
In a disappointing move, blood-collection workers from Teamsters Local 507 have warned that they would go on strike. This move could put significant impact on the American Red Cross' largest drive in the Northern Ohio Blood Services Region.
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