Rising Multiple Sclerosis Deaths in Spain Highlight Gender Disparity

Madrid, Spain – The number of deaths from multiple sclerosis in Spain saw an increase in 2022 compared to the previous year. Data shows that women were more affected by multiple sclerosis than men in the country, with 212 women and 124 men succumbing to the autoimmune disease in the last year. Additionally, there is an observable fluctuating trend in the number of deaths from multiple sclerosis throughout the analyzed period. Multiple sclerosis is known …

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Flesh-Eating Bacteria: Climate Change Impact and Fatalities Highlight U.S. Health Concerns

Five people in Florida have tragically lost their lives this year due to infections caused by Vibrio vulnificus, also known as the “flesh-eating bacteria.” This bacterial menace has also claimed the lives of at least a dozen people across the US in 2023 and has made its presence known in the Northeast, with confirmed cases in New York and Connecticut. The Florida Department of Health reported two fatalities in Hillsborough County, Tampa since January, as …

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