The gradual decline is attributed to the fact that fewer people people are smoking, as well as to improvements in treatment and early detection, according to the American Cancer Society's annual report.
Kyle Larson told patients his name was Dr. Kyle Ellis and allegedly prescribed his own Ritalin and amoxicillin medication.
Diabetes affects about 422 million people worldwide.
Last month China announced it would allow the use of rhino and tiger products under certain circumstances.
The man hadn't experienced trauma to the area and had no history of unusual bleeding.
At least 25 babies have been born with stunted or missing arms in three separate French regions since 2000.
"Rarely does adenovirus get this nasty," a specialist said.
Triple-negative breast cancer often affects young women.
Despite a string of failed clinical trials for new dementia drugs, there are reasons to remain optimistic.
The research was "the first" to directly target and "dramatically" reduce numbers of dementia-causing particles.
Researchers hope the drug will reduce reliance on injections and help prevent life-changing complications.
Dr. Gary Tigges quit his leadership roles after making comments that left his female colleagues "deeply hurt and offended."
"I'll never get my health back, and I just want other people to be aware of how dangerous this flesh-eating bug is," said Andrew Lane.
No adverse events have been reported so far.
Pfizer Consumer Healthcare voluntarily recalled a children's Advil due to overdose concerns.
While touring a medical factory, North Korean supreme leader Kim Jong Un "said he cannot but be very concerned about and disappointed by the bad situation."
"'Targeted delivery' is one of the grand challenges in cancer research."
The placenta tends not to function as well later in pregnancy, possibly explaining why mothers and babies who deliver earlier may see better outcomes.
A team from Massachusetts General Hospital has created one of the most advanced models of Alzheimer's disease ever seen.