Arthritis estimated to price $33 billion annually to the Canadian economy Economic impact of arthritis estimated to be $33 billion annually Siena Pacheco is five years aged, and enjoys swimming and riding her bike. Sheila Stone has a couple of years on Siena, but she also loves swimming and cycling, and the kindergarten instructor insists she has the spirit of a five-year-old still /levitra-avis . The two share one other thing in common: they both have arthritis.


Artificial colours in food associated with cancer and behavioral disorders in children: Study By Dr Ananya Mandal, MD Artificial colours in foods, scientists have found may raise the threat of getting cancer, allergy symptoms and may trigger hyperactivity in susceptible children. The US recommended common colours have already been studied. CSPI executive director Michael F. Common foods and confectionaries like biscuits, cereals, ice cordials and creams contain huge amounts of these harmful colours. According to estimates seven million of these colours are found in manufacturing foods every year.