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Deaths From Heart Attacks Drop In European Country

Life was hard in occupied Norway during WWII, but the occupation had one surprising result: deaths from heart attacks dropped precipitously because Norwegians ate less fat, smoked less, and were more physically active. Now, in the last half of the 20th century, Norway has seen a similar precipitous drop in heart attack deaths, but this […]

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Dr. Mark Matfield

Researcher Makes Global Call For Increased Cancer Research, Particularly In Developing Countries

While cancer statistics for the last 10 years make encouraging reading, more needs to be done globally to fight the killer disease. That is the view of cancer expert Dr. Mark Matfield of the Association for International Cancer Research (AICR) – a charity which annually awards millions of pounds to fund the best new research […]

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