I bet it would be nearly impossible for you to guess how many deaths in the United States were related to the Flu last year?…
School has started over in this part of the country, and with that comes the daily task of lunches! Since neither of my girls are not huge fans of lunch provided by their school’s cafeteria we have some thinking to do.
As of Monday July 16th – the Food and Drug Administration – approved the Truvada as a prescription medication to prevent high risk patients from being exposed to HIV.
Dr. Andrew Wakefield and his colleagues were one of the first researchers who suggested a link between the vaccine for measles, mumps, and rubella and autism. He has help persuade thousands and thousands to march, cry, protest, insult, hate, and much more against vaccines.
The World recognition of AIDS day is Tuesday, December 1st 2009. Every year memorials, testing, and other disease related issues come to a forefront. 40,000+ individuals in the united states are affected with AIDS each year.
Norway and Britian may have some troubling news regarding the Swine Flu Swine Flu. The Swine Flu pandemic may be reaching a plateau or peak according to some global health officials but mutations are increasing in concerns.
Age and relevance continues to dominate the argument of mammography. Mammograms are a key way to diagnosis breast cancer. Mammograms have been a consistent topic in “Facts about Breast Cancer”. Mammograms have been an important theme and has been promoted during Breast Cancer Awareness month.
World Diabetes Day – November 14th 2009. WDD or World Diabetes Day is celebrated on the day of the discovery of insulin by Sir Frederick Banting back in 1922. Banting along with Charles Best identified insulin at the University of Toronto.
Each year for the past 25 years another important event has occured in October. This month is Breast Cancer Awareness Month also called NBCAM.