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Morocco, which has undertaken reforms in all sectors since over ten years, is "unlikely to be swept up in the unrest" afflicting countries in the MENA region," said Judith Miller, whose remarks were quoted by the online website Medialine.
The epidemic seems to be getting worse, afflicting the vast bulk of politicians; and it's extremely resistant to common cures.
Francine Kaufman, author of ``Diabesity,'' an eye-opening look at the speed with which diabetes, hypertension and other obesity-related diseases are afflicting children.
Jonathan Kozol, author of Savage Inequalities, which documents the disgraceful condition of our public schools, says that of all the problems afflicting this country, poor public education is the easiest to solve.
NCL, often referred to as Batten disease, is a rare and fatal neurodegenerative condition afflicting infants and children.