It has been recently revealed in a report that one in every three autistic adults doesn’t have a good life. They tend to lack proper education and then a god job, in the long run. The researchers are f the view that these statistics are even worse that those people who are disabled or mentally unstable.
The experts are of the view that autistics kids have a very poor ratio of good education and a good job, then a stable life later on.
It has been recently revealed in a report that people from Whitehorse have recently made a good effort towards spreading the word about blood donation.
As per recent reports, it is being worried that if GPs and doctors take up an industrial action by next month, then all appointments and operations will be cancelled.
It is being subjected that it is nearly after 40 years that doctors and GPs will be going on a strike. However, it has been termed that the decision for industrial action to be implemented or not will be based on voting process, which is to be carried out from today.
It has been recently revealed in a report that most people feel tobacco is a bad thing for the children and for the same there is need for an appropriate ban to be placed on the same in the time to come. They are of the view that this needs to be done in order to make the place safer for the kids in the future. They are of the view that bans placed on the tobacco products shall help the children stay away from smoking in the long run.
It has been recently revealed in a report that merely one in 5 people eat their fruits and vegetable portions religiously each day. This has been revealed by the recent poll conducted by the World Cancer Research fund.
Thousands of breast cancer survivors, their relatives and volunteers participated in the Susan G. Komen Race for the Cure in Salt Lake City on Saturday to raise awareness about the serious disease.
Organizers said the race attracted more than 12,000 people to walk and ran through downtown Salt Lake City to raise awareness about breast cancer.
Cardiac arrest rates remained poor in the United States because in most cases lifesaving automated external defibrillators (AEDs) are often too far away from victims, according to a new research.
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