Medical journal retracts report linking autism to vaccines; Suicide, heart attack rates increase with prostate cancer diagnosis;

> On Tuesday, international medical journal The Lancet retracted a paper written by Dr. Andrew Wakefield 12 years ago that claimed that the measles-mumps-rubella vaccine caused autism. The U.K. General Medical Council's Fitness to Practice Panel said that Wakefield provided false information in his report and acted with "callous disregard" for children involved in the study. Article

> According to a study of more than 340,000 prostate cancer patients diagnosed between 1979 and 2004, such a diagnosis doubles the risk of death from suicide or a heart attack. Article

> FierceMobileHealthcare's Neil Versel now wonders if his initial excitement over the iPad was a bit premature. Commentary

And Finally... Apparently a man's home isn't his castle. Article

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