American cancer death rates have risen consistently since the 1900s; they peaked in 1991 at 215.1 deaths per 100,000 in the population. The 2009 death rate, which just became available, is 173.1 per 100,000. That’s a 20% decline in cancer death rates from 1991. However there is some bad news; obesity is likely to be the number one cause of cancer in the US within the next year.
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According to the Pew Internet Project, 72 percent of US internet users look up health-related information online. But an astonishing number of the pages we visit to learn about private health concerns—confidentially, we assume—are tracking our queries, sending the sensitive data to third party corporations, even shipping the information directly to the same brokers who monitor our credit...
You would think, that as more people go online and use tablets, brands and marketers would understand that people don’t want to be interrupted and that the online experience should be a great one. However, too many sites are still not optimized for mobile and the experience of trying to share content works “most of the time” but not all the time.