asbestos related illness
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Asbestos-Related Illness, What To Do When Exposed

In spite of years of federal and state regulation managing asbestos usage, thousands of people are still suffering from the asbestos post-exposure. Going further, the United States Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) has lately reported that they’re still looking into asbestos a “persisting public health concern” as a …

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30 Million People Globally Living With Cancer Are Prone To Death By 2030

Current study and revelations from a research administered by the International Agency for research on Cancer (IARC) in association with National Cancer Institute, United States America, revealed a scary estimation that by 2030, 30 million people on earth, making up to 39.6% of both male and female living with cancer …

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New Study Suggests Smoking E-Cigarette May Be Harmful To the Lung In A Special Way

Use of e-cigarette across the globe is getting popular, especially among the youth. In 2016 the United State Surgeon General revealed a 900% increase in e-cigarette usage among high school students between 2011 and 2015. Although, e-cigarette vapour undoubtedly does not contain the same forms of carcinogenic compounds as usual …

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Donald Trump Administration Set To Scrap ACA’s Birth Control Decree

Donald Trump administration is expected to formally remove a federal health provision, as early as Friday, that needs employers to provide coverage for birth control, making good on the president’s campaign promise. Companies are instruct under the Affordable Care Act (ACA) to offer their worker health treatment that covers other …

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Eye Tattoo Is Not Just Advisable – A Model Shares Her Experience

Do you remember the kiddies’ saying “stick a needle in my eye”? Well, it is meant to show how solemn you’re about something and not really imply you should puncture your eye with needle. However that is apparently what sclera tattooing means: use of a needle to inject ink into …

tobacco advert in Nigeria to be banned
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Doctors Ask For Total Ban Of Tobacco Advert In Nigeria

Medical Doctors in Nigeria have drawn the awareness on the hazards attached to the smoking of tobacco to the government. Scared by the negative side of smoking on the health of Nigerians, medical practitioners, under the division of Epidemiological Society of Nigeria (EPISON) have asked for an total ban on …

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