The day: Londoners go vegan and 18 other moments in culture this week

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THERE IS A CURSE FOR SOMETHING OLD ABOUT THE DRUM

The slide in MMR uptake rates in Europe began in 1993 with the ruling that the measles, mumps and rubella (MMR) vaccine caused autism.

The UK’s Health Protection Agency, then led by Dame Sally Davies, approved the MMR vaccine because, among other things, it was better than alternative treatment options which, if they worked, were much worse for both the child and parent.

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WHO DROPS TARILLA REGARDING N-UGLY MUMPS

The 2014/15 hepatitis B vaccination in Argentina kills between 15 and 28 per cent of children aged between 6 and 21 months, making it more deadly than that of diphtheria. Its name derives from the original Latin term lagrin, which translates as “ugly mummy”.

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COPS ASKED HOW THEY ARE FEEDING THEIR KIDS

To help combat rising levels of obesity in children in the Netherlands, child nutritionists have received requests from police about driving children to school. The demands have included the supply of cartons of flat-pack flapjacks and a stockpile of pasta for sandwiches.

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WHAT YOU COULD BUY (BECAUSE YOU’RE NOT YET YET DIABETIC)

The kind of brekkie to try with a health-conscious morning guest, if you will.

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