Nadia Ilse, Bullied Georgia Teen, Receives Free Plastic Surgery From Little Baby Face Foundation
Cancer doesn’t discriminate.
Sunbeds pose a similar cancer risk as cigarettes and asbestos, according to an international cancer research agency. The International Agency for Research on Cancer (IARC) had previously classified sunbeds as being a “probable” cause of cancer. However, the agency is now recommending that tanning machines should be moved to “the highest cancer risk category” and be labeled as “carcinogenic to humans”
Two kisses on the cheek or three?
The world hasn’t seen a pandemic in 41 years, when the "Hong Kong" flu crossed the globe and killed about one million people worldwide. If swine flu reaches pandemic levels, what would happen next? Recurrent outbreaks of Avian Influenza and the outbreak of SARS in 2003 rang alarm bells as potential pandemics
CNN chief medical correspondent Dr. Sanjay Gupta has gone to Mexico, the apparent epicenter of the swine flu outbreak where more than 100 people have died in suspected cases. With governments scrambling to prevent further outbreak, Gupta appeared Monday on CNN to address people’s concerns.
A no-frills bar called Goober’s, just north of Providence, Rhode Island, is probably the last place you’d expect to find a debate over cutting-edge addiction therapy. But this is where Walter Kent, a retired mechanic, spends his Fridays. He helps in the kitchen and hangs out in the bar, catching up with old friends
Scientists in the U.S. are developing a laser gun that could kill millions of mosquitoes in minutes.
Employers in Denmark have started paying compensation to women who have developed breast cancer after working night shifts. Thirty-eight eight women have so far received payments via their employers’ insurance companies, the Danish National Board of Industrial Injuries told CNN. To qualify for compensation, women must have developed breast cancer after having worked at least one night shift a week for 20 to 30 years.