Study: Most people willing to put themselves in "some amount" of danger to retrieve stolen smartphones
According to the findings of a study carried out recently by Lookout - a mobile security firm, most people claim that if their smartphone gets stolen, they are prepared to put themselves in "some amount" of danger to get it back.
Recently a five-year old cancer patient's brave fight with the disease won many heart across the UK but the boy finally succumbed to the fatal tumour.
Five year old, Oscar Knox, from County Antrim in Northern Ireland, was diagnosed with neuroblastoma in 2011.
The draft guidance by NHS states that every facility in the UK should be careful about making nurses look after for over eight patients in wards during their shift.
As per the National Institute for Health and Care Excellence (NICE) says the chances of some casualty or carelessness are lesser if the ratio of nurses to patients is also lower.
An order has been by Health Canada to the Ontario pharmaceutical facility to stop the sales of an injectable drug which doctors prescribe to treat lung and breast cancers as there are serious issues regarding the production process of the drug.
The Australian Competition and Consumer Commission (ACCC) have recalled more than 50,000 clothing and bed linen as it may raise the risk of cancer due to harmful dyes.
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