Lung cancer is one of the most common forms of cancer in the United States, with over 228,000 new cases expected for 2020. Most cases of lung disease develop through inhalation of hazardous materials. Yet, even non-smokers, living their regular, day-to-day life, can develop this disease. Subsequently, lung cancer is now the most common form of cancer in the world, killing an estimated 1.8 million people in 2018.
However, most of the public is unaware of the full extent of the disease, the causes and risk factors, or that there are different types.
That is why the Lung Cancer Center made it its mission to provide resources to as many people as possible.
Its everyone’s dream to maintain the healthy long and shiny hair. But not everyone has the same sometimes it has to do with genes, sometimes the care you give it, and sometimes the food you eat. This article suggests some of the best food eat if you want to maintain the healthy strands.
Did you know that 805 cases of vaping-related respiratory illnesses have been reported in 46 states? Addressing the dangers of vaping and finding a solution for smoking cessation would greatly benefit public health.
This guide provides some great information on this topic.
This article discusses the history of where the whole 10,000 steps a day came from, why it’s better for you to get out and walk, and how someone can start intergrate walking a bit more in their everyday lives.
This study goes beyond a simple statistic roundup to explain what causes the severe lack of sleep we have in the US, what the outcomes of sleep deprivation are, and even dives into different demographic groups’ unique sleep statistics. Featuring 4 shareable infographics, you’ll find this piece to be a comprehensive look at the who, what, where, and why of sleep.