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Bayer Knowingly Sold HIV-Contaminated Vaccines, Say Internal Documents

In 2006, it was discovered that Bayer found out a vaccine it was selling in the United States was accidentally contaminated with HIV.

In order to cover its tracks, say the journalists in this video (below), Bayer pulled the vaccines off the market and sold them to consumers in Japan, France, Spain and other countries, where hemophiliacs were then contaminated with HIV due to the vaccine.

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Brain-cooling devices developed

Scientists have developed new ways to cool the brains of heart attack and stroke victims to protect them from damage and help save lives.

Among the inventions, reported in New Scientist magazine, are a cap that blows cold air across the scalp.

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Dangers of Third Hand Smoke

You've heard of the dangers of smoking and of second hand smoke, but have you heard of third hand smoke? It's a newly discovered danger that doctors are now warning of. Third hand smoke is the toxic chemicals left on clothing and in you hair that lingers long after you've smoked a cigarette. So even if you don't smoke around your child, it's still dangerous to children, giving the health department yet another reason to discourage tobacco use.

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Law on Flu Vaccinations May Be Tested

New Jersey, the first state in the nation to require flu shots for young schoolchildren, set a Dec. 31 deadline for parents to obtain flu vaccinations for their children. It was part of a new policy requiring a total of four additional immunizations for schoolchildren over the objections of some parents who worry about possible risks from vaccinations.

The requirement applies to children between 6 months and 5 years who are attending licensed day care and preschool programs. State public health experts said that flu shots for young children are important for overall public health.

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A New Cigarette Hazard: ‘Third-Hand Smoke’

Parents who smoke often open a window or turn on a fan to clear the air of second-hand smoke, but experts now have identified another smoking-related threat to children’s health that isn’t as easy to get rid of: third-hand smoke.

That’s the term being used to describe the invisible yet toxic brew of gases and particles clinging to smokers’ hair and clothing, not to mention cushions and carpeting, that lingers long after smoke has cleared from a room. The residue includes heavy metals, carcinogens and even radioactive materials that young children can get on their hands and ingest, especially if they’re crawling or playing on the floor.

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Grape extract kills cancer cells

An extract from grape seeds can destroy cancer cells, US research suggests. In lab experiments, scientists found that the extract stimulated leukaemia cells to commit suicide.

Within 24 hours, 76% of leukaemia cells exposed to the extract were killed off, while healthy cells were unharmed, Clinical Cancer Research reports. 

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Marinating 'may cut cancer risk'

Marinating a steak in red wine or beer can cut down the number of cancer-causing agents produced when it is fried or grilled, research suggests.

Meat cooked in this way contains relatively high levels of cancer-causing compounds called heterocyclic amines (HAs). 

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