Health Rewind: Black, Latino Men Still Behind in Health Coverage

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Study: Serious Vaccine Side Effects Are Rare

A new study hushes the noise that vaccines are dangerous. Researchers from the CDC found that serious complications are very rare and that vaccines do not cause diseases such as autism or other developmental diseases. The CDC hopes this will reassure parents and get theirs kids vaccinated for diseases including measles, which is on the rise, USA Today writes.

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