Issue : June 2012
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“Twins are five times more likely to die than single babies in their first year of life,” The Daily Telegraph has reported.
“Bird flu ‘could mutate to cause deadly human pandemic’,” BBC News has reported.
“Fathers who smoke pass on damaged DNA to their children – raising the risk of cancer,” the Daily Mail has warned.
“Two cups of coffee a day can reduce the risk of heart failure (but five can be bad for you),” the Daily Mail reported.
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A “DNA vaccine will halt nicotine cravings and could even be used to stop children starting the habit”, the Daily Mail reported.
“Walking cuts breast cancer risk,” the Daily Mail reported.
“Living near loud traffic increases your risk of having a heart attack,” the Daily Mail reported.
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