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5 HOURS AGO - Fox News

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Dirty water killing more women than AIDS, breast cancer

Diseases spread through dirty water and poor sanitation are the fifth biggest killer of women worldwide, causing more deaths than AIDS, diabetes or breast cancer, researchers say.

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8 HOURS AGO - Yahoo! News

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What kills more women than AIDS and breast cancer? Dirty water - TRFN

By Maria Caspani NEW YORK (Thomson Reuters Foundation) - Diseases spread through dirty water and poor sanitation are the fifth biggest killer of women worldwide, causing more deaths than AIDS, diabetes or breast cancer, researchers say. Nearly 800,000 women die every year because they lack access to safe toilets and clean water, said the development organisation WaterAid, which analysed data ...

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13 HOURS AGO - MedicineNet

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Statins Linked to Raised Risk of Type 2 Diabetes

Title: Statins Linked to Raised Risk of Type 2 DiabetesCategory: Health NewsCreated: 3/4/2015 12:00:00 AMLast Editorial Review: 3/5/2015 12:00:00 AM

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13 HOURS AGO - Yahoo! News

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What kills more women than AIDS and breast cancer? Dirty wate

By Maria Caspani NEW YORK (Thomson Reuters Foundation) - Diseases spread through dirty water and poor sanitation are the fifth biggest killer of women worldwide, causing more deaths than AIDS, diabetes or breast cancer, researchers say. Nearly 800,000 women die every year because they lack access to safe toilets and clean water, said the development organization WaterAid, which analyzed data ...

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21 HOURS AGO - Health Canal

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Gut bacteria may contribute to diabetes in black males

African American men at elevated risk for developing type 2 diabetes may have fewer beneficial and more harmful intestinal bacteria, according to research presented by University of Illinois at Chicago endocrinologist Dr. Irina Ciubotaru at the ENDO 2015 meeting in San Diego.

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