Monday, November 18, 2019

justin thompson

justin thompson
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Assistant Medical Writer Justin is an assistant writer with an academic background in the science, medical and healthcare. He is known for his ability to take complex medical or healthcare news and make them simple and clear to everyone. Justin loves a challenge and to explore new things, so, next, he took up the challenge of providing news and information through his writings. He joined My Healthy Click with experience writing health content for people in the specialist area of medical conditions and healthy living.

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Ian Wright, BBC Sport commentator, is about to enter the jungle of “I’m a Celebrity...Get Me Out of Here!” However, his mother, Nesta Wright, has voiced her concern and said the bushtucker trails could trigger potentially dangerous breathing difficulties, revealing that Ian has bad asthma in childhood.
President Trump has retreated his proposal to impose a ban on all flavored e-cigarettes, a move that he proposed due to the ongoing vaping epidemic that affected more than 2,000 people and killed 40 so far. He has pulled back his decision under the pressure of his political advisers and legislatures.
At BravoCon 2019, Kim Richards has spoken about her recent health care, revealing her struggles with substance abuse and alcoholism. The Real Housewives of Beverly Hill actress also admitted that she regrets a little after joining the franchise. In August, she was reported to visits UCLA Medical Center ER.
Every year, November 17 is observed as the World Premature Day, a campaign that raises awareness about the challenges faced by premature babies and mothers. The CDC said that there has been a surge in preterm birth rates in the United States. Preterm is one of the leading causes of deaths in children under the age of 5.
An investigation conducted by the news station WCNC has found that some makeup samples were tested positive for deadly diseases and even sexually transmitted diseases. They found that the samples had E. coli, herpes, staph, and MRSA, which are dangerous.

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