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Cape Town’s water crisis is already posing a risk to public health

People queue to collect water from a natural spring in Cape Town. (AP Photo/Anwa Essop) The water crisis hitting Cape Town is increasing the danger of diseases that surge when people do not wash their hands. The four million residents of South Africa’s second-largest city are being urged to get by on 50 liters (13 gallons) of water per person per day. That leaves roughly 2 liters (0.5 gallons) a day for washing hands and brushing teeth, or roughly one-eighth the amount of water than most people consume each time they wash their hands and face….

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Cape Breton cancer Centre introduces new breast most cancers remedy approach

The Cape Breton cancer Centre is the use of a new method called breath/preserve to treat a few breast most cancers sufferers. it is a easy technique that calls for the affected person to take a deep breath and maintain it for 20 to 30 seconds to permit a radiation beam to attention and extra as it should be hit its supposed area. Cape Breton cancer Centre gets $3.7M linear accelerator The Nova Scotia health Authority says the centre on the Cape Breton local clinic is the first in Atlantic…

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