World Health Organization (WHO) has raised the status of diesel exhaust from ‘probable carcinogen’ to carcinogen as it belongs and of the same category of a mustard gas and asbestos which are ‘major cancer risk’.
Exhaust from airplanes cause 2,000 deaths annually while emissions from the energy and industrial sectors and pollution originating from Europe bring the overall total up to 19,000 deaths per year in Britain.
Approximately 16,000 people a year die from bowel cancer, making it second only to lung cancer as a cause of death in the UK.
There are three major components in the 40 gram Fiber diet, a weight loss program: Four slices of whole wheat bread, 24 pieces of grapes and 120 gm of corn.
Nicotine, a drug found in tobacco is highly addictive and it is addictive as heroin or cocaine.