Hospitals kill. According to the educational news source Health Sentinel, every year 88,000 people in the United States die from infections acquired in hospitals -- more than the number that die from breast and prostate cancers combined. One reason why this number is so high is that many infections are antibiotic-resistant, meaning they do not respond to one or more of the drugs commonly used to treat them.
From the "Got Milk" campaign to get people to drink more milk, to the "Not Milk" campaign decrying the benefits of milk, claims surrounding milk consumption are constantly debated. Milk producers advocate the benefits of calcium, vitamin D, and other nutrients, while detractors mention possible links to cancer or other diseases.