The last few decades have had a very odd relationship, when it comes to alcohol and health. While some studies have suggested certain alcohols such as wine may be good for the heart and other organs, many have indicated the opposite. In terms of cancer, there have been various links between the consumption of spirits and an increased cancer risk. It’s important to know how alcohol and cancer risk are linked. You may want to use some of the information as a guideline, when it comes to your health.
As one of the cancer types that we at OncoSec concentrate on, we are constantly involved in not only developing an alternative treatment for melanoma but also evaluating the public and professional knowledge base surrounding the development, prevention and awareness of the disease. As a company directly involved in the research side, we are constantly inundated with statistics and methods. However, much of the general public is still unaware of the potentially deadly consequences of melanoma. Perhaps it is due to the relatively small size of moles, an increase in survival rates or the predominance of tanning but something in our culture needs a serious shift, if we are going to collectively work towards better preventative measures.
From time to time, different diseases and viruses see an increase in cases. It is important to know which ailments may be on the rise, in order to aid in prevention and awareness. While some countries may experience outbreaks that are dissimilar to other areas around the world, some are prevalent internationally. We’ve compiled a list of 4 that have had a recent global impact but especially in America: