Washington: People born during whooping cough outbreaks are more likely to die prematurely even if they survive into adulthood, a new study has revealed.The research conducted at Lund University in Sweden has found that women had a 20 percent higher risk of an early death, and men a staggering 40 percent.It was suggested that women also suffered more complications during and after pregnancy, with an increased risk of miscarriage as well as infant death within the first month of life.
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