In high-income countries, cancer is the primary cause of death

In high-income countries, cancer is the primary cause of death

Global surveys of health trends released on Tuesday that Cancer now a day becomes the leading cause of deaths. This is observed especially in developed and rich nations. This is increasing at a much higher pace than heart disease across the globe. Heart disease is the leading cause of mortality. This is generally among middle-aged adults worldwide. This accounts for more than 40 percent of deaths across the globe. The study was conducted on more than 160,000 adults in high, middle, and low-income level countries globally. It is determined that…

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HIV cases in the UK have reduced considerably ever since 2000

HIV cases in the UK have reduced considerably ever since 2000

There has been a considerable decrease in the number of HIV cases in UK. A new diagnosis was taken this year, and it has been observed that UK has fallen to almost third place from 2015-2018. This data was published by Public Health England (PHE). The number has fallen from 6271 from 2015 to 4484 in 2018, which shows there is a decrease of 28% which is a remarkable mark since 2000. The diagnosis of HIV has been decreasing among bisexual people, gay and also heterosexual people. The most significant…

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