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Vaccine refusal tied to increased risk of pertussis and measles

In recent years, measles and whooping cough (pertussis) has made a comeback in the United States. A study suggests it is tied to people refusing vaccinations.

How pesticides in your water might be causing food allergies

Researchers are linking the use of pesticides used to purify tap water to food allergies that are becoming a significant problem in the Western world.

Lack of HPV vaccines now linked to increased risk of skin cancer

HPV affects both males and females, considered an equal opportunity sexual infection for all ages worldwide. Over 30 million females have been immunized with the HPV vaccine, while only 1% of males have been immunized since last October.

E. coli outbreak in Europe linked to seeds from Egypt

London - An E. coli outbreak which started in early May has infected more than 4,000 people in Europe and North American and scientists say the deadly outbreak, killing at least 48 people, could be linked to imported Egyptian fenugreek seeds.

Report: 121 veterans linked to killings

A report says at least 121 veterans returning from Iraq and Afghanistan war have committed a murder or have been charged with murder in the US. Total murders by veterans for the past six years have increased 89% compared to the previous six years.

Hot Flashes Linked to Higher Blood Pressure

A recent study by New York's Well Cornell Medical College found a relationship between high blood pressure and hot flashes. The find may lead new understanding and better treatments.

Daughters linked to prostate risk

Men who father daughters, not sons, may be at a greater risk of developing prostate cancer, researchers have said.

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