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An average of 736 outbreaks were reported each year. A listing of foodborne disease outbreaks in 2013, the most recent year for which data are available, is available at Waterborne disease outbreaks. During 1971-2012, CDC received reports of just one 1,901 waterborne disease outbreaks with 639,949 associated illnesses. An average of 45 waterborne outbreaks are reported every year. Significantly less than 10 % of the country’s 1,400 presently accredited and newly accredited cancer applications surveyed this year received the Outstanding Achievement Award from the Commission on Cancers, a national consortium of more than 45 professional institutions focused on improving survival rates and quality of life for cancer individuals through research, education, quality and prevention management.Women are at the epicenter of the Alzheimer’s epidemic: they account for almost two-thirds of Americans with the disease, but also account for 60 % of caregivers for people with dementia. The new report displays every 67 mere seconds an American evolves Alzheimer’s, an irreversible disease that eventually destroys memory space and thinking skills to the point where people can’t carry out basic tasks every day. The most common cause of dementia, Alzheimer’s may be the sixth-leading cause of death in the United States, killing approximately 500, 000 people each year. Last week a report found those death rates could be significantly underreported.