Learn how the stereotype of city-dwellers getting better medical care than people in rural areas may be incorrect in this medical report.
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Dr. Susan Sharma: This is InsiderMedicine in 60 from Dartmouth - a new study suggest that the steroid type of city dwellers getting better medical care, than people on rural areas may be incorrect, the evaluating for one hundred twenty five thousands cases of colorectal cancer and one hundred sixty thousand cases of lung cancer, researches show that patients in rural areas presented with milder stages, the study questioned be effected is screen for lung and colorectal cancer in urban areas. From Chapel hill - over the past 3 decades the number of calories in just you can drink its increased by 94%, and calories from juice pass and other sugary beverages, is nearly could dribbled, by 2002 the average American adult consume over 400 calories from beverages, or nearly one fifth of their calories from fluid, the increasing calories from beverages is not associated with the corresponding decrease in calories in just as in salad food. And finally from California - high levels of ozone can raise the risk of death's in heart attack and stroke, ozone a chemical that is created for more reaction between UV light and exhaust feeling its link to higher death rate, researches demonstrated that when temperature rose by 10 degrees the sensitive people dying rose by 1% in area that lower zone and nearly 9% in area down. For InsiderMedicine in 60, I'm Dr. Susan Sharma.
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