A Daffodil Dance event has been planned to be organized at the Waterside Shopping Centre, in which more than 50 dancers from all corners of Lincoln would be participating, according to a recent report.
It is being said that the gala being organized is a move being made in order to collect money for Marie Curie Cancer Care. The charity aims at helping cancer sufferers as well as supporting their families.
It has been unveiled by a recent report that the program of freeing the world of polio is on its next level with the effort of strategists, who have launched an emergency action plan today.
A team of researchers from the Université de Montréal has studied and revealed a surprising fact that high-fat diets may be a cause of depression, according to a new report published in the International Journal of Obesity.
As per a recent study, it has been revealed that people, who have been suffering from sleep apnea problem, have five times more risk to develop any form of cancer.
As per a report being released by the U. S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention and the National Institutes of Health, it has been revealed that a significant decline has been witnessed in the death rate of diabetic American adults, who lose their life due to cardiovascular diseases.
As per a report being prepared by a United Nations agency, it has revealed that none of the six former nuclear reactor workers, who were affected with the Fukushima disaster, have lost their life. The U. N. Scientific Committee on the Effects of Atomic Radiation has said that there is no doubt that the disaster was quite gruesome, but it has not affected the workers to a large extent.
A study, published online in the Archives of Disease in Childhood, has revealed a data that shows that births by Caesarean section cause babies to grow obese in their childhood.
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