Reston, United States, January 23: Exacerbation of environmental changes in the western United States and Canada is playing havoc with the greenery. According to a recent study, trees in the west are deteriorating at a more than double the rate of their deaths 30 years ago.
San Diego, January 22: The governments of Germany and United Kingdom, Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation, and Rotary International have together donated $635 million towards the efforts, which began nearly two decades ago, to wipe out polio.
Beijing, January 21: Despite having reported 4 cases of bird flu this month, among which 3 were deadly, the Health Ministry of China has said that the chances of an upsurge in such cases looks unlikely.
Washington, United states, January 12: The latest report by Families USA says that the unemployed find COBRA too expensive for health insurance. The result is that the high rate of unemployment has increased the number of people without health insurance cover.
Russia, Moscow, January 12: After four days of disruption amid freezing temperatures, Ukraine finally signed an agreement with Russia and the European Union on Russian experts monitoring transit gas through its territory, setting the stage for the resumption of supplies to Europe.
Washington, United States, January 7: Researchers have brought hope to many living with the Parkinson's ailment, as they suggested that deep brain stimulation (DBS) is quite effective with the typical trembling and shaking symptoms along with slow movements.
Oklahoma, United States, January 6: Winter increases the risk of accidental deaths from radon. According to the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA), this naturally-occurring gas is the cause of more than 20,000 lung cancer deaths every year.
California, January 5: People with liberated ideas often keep wondering about the uninteresting lives of the hard-working and the meticulous. But amazingly, people leading a conscientious life get long and healthy life as an endowment.
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