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Lisa McEwan There are new discoveries in science every day There are so many of them that its hard to decide which ones to actually concern ourselves with Is it right to just be oblivious to all of the scientific goings on that are happening around us No it isnt at all We should all be educated to an extent especially when it comes to things like diseases that run in our families or scientific discoveries that happen close to home or even if there have been new findings in the food that we are eating every day Cancer is one of the largest diseases in the world So many people die from it every day and now just about anything and everything causes or helps to cause at least one kind of cancer There have been discoveries that even cell phones can cause certain types of cancer as well as abortion being on the birth control pill eating to much red meat not having enough calcium and even wearing a bra that doesnt fit properly Now if a certain type of cancer runs in your family then you should be aware of the factors but if it doesnt then you dont have to be as careful though smoking two packs a day will still contribute to cancer whether it runs in the family or not A big story that has been in the Canadian news recently is the one about the mosquitoes in Southern Ontario that were found to be carrying the West Nile Virus This story is a little to close for comfort for me but there are two different approaches to take towards it You can go about your daily routines and be aware of the mosquitoes or you can lock yourself in your home until they are gone for good Some people will take the whole thing to seriously and become paranoid while others will educate
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