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Topic - Center For Public Health
Don't call the outrageously fat "obese," doctors in Britain have been told. Why? The label could damage their self-esteem, the country's health watchdog said in newly released policy papers.
Rock ’n’ roll will never die — but it’s a hazardous occupation. An academic study published recently confirms that rock and pop musicians are more likely to die prematurely than the general population, and finds that solo artists are twice as likely to die young as members of bands.
Rock `n' roll will never die _ but it's a hazardous occupation.