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Yes, there is something in the air. Aerosols and air fresheners may cause headaches and depression in women, and ear infections and diarrhea in young babies, New Scientist magazine reports. Scientists are not sure, but they suspect the aerosols and air fresheners increase susceptibility to health problems by making the skin more permeable and weakening the body's defenses.

By News Staff Reporter Lisa Muehlbauer, compiled from staff and wire reports.

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