Just when some scientists thought there’d never be an AIDS vaccine, a giant study in Thailand showed a combination of two vaccines actually did prevent some infections.
Kate Kelland and Ben Hirschler traveled to a major cancer conference in Berlin and learned that the United States is no longer alone when it comes to being overweight and developing cancer. Those Europeans just jumped on the bandwagon.
And it’s not just rich Europeans — poor countries appear to be lined up for their share, too. News for everyone – not everything distinctly American is worth sharing, especially when it comes to poor eating and exercise habits…Cancer researchers estimate that up to a third of cancer cases are due to being overweight, not eating enough fruits and vegetables, and exercising too little.
WHO has given up on trying to keep any kind of precise count on swine flu, which is just about everywhere now. It’s fairly mild but hardly anyone has any immunity, so it will infect far more people than seasonal flu does in an average year. That may mean more serious cases and more deaths than usual, just by virtue of sheer numbers.
And you can’t even take solace in the midnight snack.
But yet, Thunder Thighs rule.
Guess the only option is to fatten up on broccoli…