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Accidental Tylenol overdose, Ortho Evra birth control risks, diabetes caused by environmental pollutants, and Bird Flu vaccine side effects these are some of the topics covered in World Health Survey's online newsletter.

Seattle, Washington - As health news dominates TV, radio, and magazines, promotes World Health Survey's free weekly health newsletter. This free e-newsletter, delivered directly to consumer's inboxes, covers medical breakthroughs, pharmaceutical drug alerts, natural health alternatives and more. Currently 44,000 consumers subscribe to this informative newsletter.

An except from the newsletter: "High levels of oestrogen in Ortho Evra contraceptive patches increase the risk of blood clots, strokes, and fatalities in women. Ortho McNeil and its parent company, Johnson & Johnson, have updated label warnings stating that women who use Ortho Evra are exposed to 60% more oestrogen as compared to birth control pills."

Another excerpt from the newsletter: "Exposure to high levels of persistent organochlorine pollutants may increase the risk of developing type 2 diabetes. The environmental pollutant can be found in fatty fish such as salmon. The toxic chemicals are a by-product of industrial and agricultural processes and seem to decrease body's cells ability to take up glucose."

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