1. This N.J. county could be next for a major measles outbreak, study says  NJ.com
  2. Overreaction to Measles Could End Up in Court  Safety.BLR.com
  3. What you need to know about vaccines  WSPA 7News
  4. SIGNS AND SYMPTOMS OF LYME DISEASE, ACCORDING TO THE CDC  NBC4 WCMH-TV Columbus
  5. People need educating about life-saving measles vaccine, specialist says  CBC.ca
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  1. Outbreak of HIV sparks panic in southern Pakistan  Gulf Times
  2. 'They're coming by dozens': HIV outbreak sparks panic in Pakistan  Aljazeera.com
  3. 'Rogue doctor' gives hundreds of people HIV with contaminated needle  The Independent
  4. 400 people test HIV positive in southern Pakistan: Outbreak caused by doctor using contaminated syringe...  Firstpost
  5. HIV outbreak sparks panic in Larkana’s Ratodero  The Express Tribune
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  1. APA Mental Healthcare Guidelines For Women Just Got More Inclusive  Scary Mommy
  2. Therapists need to check their sexism, too (and other recommendations from the APA's new guidelines)  USA TODAY
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  1. How flying into an angry rage is a sign you could be seriously ill, experts warn  The Sun
  2. Anger may fuel the development of many chronic illnesses  SlashGear
  3. Anger more harmful to health of older adults than sadness  Medical Xpress
  4. Daily Anger Linked to Chronic Illness  Newsmax
  5. Grumpy old people ‘putting their health at risk’, study finds  iNews
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  1. Drugmaker Gilead reaches multiyear agreement with White House to donate HIV prevention med PrEP  CNBC
  2. A Generic Version of Truvada Will Be Available by 2020  NewNowNext
  3. Pharmaceutical Company To Donate Medication To Help End HIV Epidemic  HuffPost
  4. Gilead's $3B Truvada will face generics a year early. Can Descovy still win over its patients?  FiercePharma
  5. Up to 200,000 uninsured people may soon have access to HIV prevention medication  CNN
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  1. Severe Infectious Disease in UK Frogs Due to Climate Change  Science Times
  2. Climate change: How frogs could vanish from ponds  BBC News
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Scientists develop device to detect bacteria in minutes, not days  Viet Nam News

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  1. 30 new HIV positive cases surface in Hyderabad  The Express Tribune
  2. HIV cases in Larkana put a question mark on Sindh’s healthcare system  DAWN.com
  3. Larkana takes fright as HIV cases hit 156  The Express Tribune
  4. HIV awareness programme organised at Naudero House  ARY NEWS
  5. Shockwaves across Pakistan as 127 children test positive for HIV in Larkana  The News International
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  1. Organ bioprinting gets a breath of fresh air  Engineers Journal
  2. Food dye helps 3D-print vascular networks  physicsworld.com
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  1. Spike in syphilis, gonorrhea cases alarm Alberta health officials  Edmonton Sun
  2. Elise Stolte: Alberta's syphilis rate is sky high — time to raise the alarm  Edmonton Journal
  3. 'Alarming rates' of syphilis and gonorrhea continue in Alberta  CBC.ca
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  1. School officials in Richmond, MO confirm positive ‘initial test’ for measles  KCTV Kansas City
  2. Richmond parents alerted after student tested positive for measles  KMBC Kansas City
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  1. Dengue fever: Sri Lanka update, Philippines Congressman calls out Dengvaxia blunder  Outbreak News Today
  2. A Vaccine For Dengue, Just Approved By The FDA, Has A Dark History : Goats and Soda  NPR
  3. F.D.A. Approves the First Vaccine for Dengue Fever, but Limits Its Use  The New York Times
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  1. People love coffee and beer for the buzz, not the taste: Study - The Jakarta Post  Jakarta Post
  2. Why You like Coffee and Beer Is More About Feeling Than Taste New Study Reveals  Interesting Engineering
  3. Feelings trump taste when it comes to preferences for beer and coffee  New Atlas
  4. Study shows people love coffee for the buzz, not taste  DAWN.com
  5. Scientists reveal why some people love COFFEE - and it's nothing to do with taste  Mirror Online
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Valley doctors stress importance of measles vaccine  FOX5 Las Vegas

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  1. 'Church of Scientology cruise ship' to be quarantined after crew member is confirmed to have measles  Daily Mail
  2. The Scientology Cruise Ship Quarantined for Measles Has Set Sail. Here's How the Next Port Plans to Handle It  TIME
  3. Scientology Cruise Ship With Measles Case Returns To Sea -- But Where Will It Be Able To Dock?  Forbes
  4. Church of Scientology ship with measles case on board headed for home port  ABC News
  5. Scientology Crew Ship Quarantined Because Of Measles On Move Again  CBS Philly
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  1. Jennifer Lim, MD: Can AI Fill the Gap in Diabetic Retinopathy Screening?  MD Magazine
  2. Jennifer Lim, MD: Training & Testing AI to Detect Diabetic Retinopathy  MD Magazine
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  1. Teen suicide rates spiked after '13 Reasons Why,' study says  KoamNewsNow.com
  2. Suicide prevention hotlines receive a 200% increase in calls after celebrity suicides  Daily Mail
  3. Crisis and suicide prevention services struggle with demand after celebrity suicides  National Institutes of Health
  4. US has seen 33% increase in suicides since 1999  USA TODAY
  5. Teen suicides hit 19-year high after debut of Netflix drama, study finds  WQAD Moline
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  1. Israeli research finds multiple sclerosis drug may help epilepsy patients  China.org.cn
  2. Israeli researchers discover MS drug could help epilepsy patients  The Times of Israel
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  1. Drinking two pints a day can reduce risk of depression, new study claims  Buzz.ie
  2. Study says moderate drinking reduces depression risk - Daily Star  Daily Star
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  1. Worrying too much about being responsible? You're more likely to develop OCD  Economic Times
  2. Don't be so hard on yourself...it could lead to OCD and anxiety  Daily Mail
  3. Tend To Be Hard On Yourself? Here's A Medical Reason To Chill  mindbodygreen.com
  4. Being too harsh on yourself could lead to OCD, anxiety  ANI News
  5. Being Too Harsh on Yourself Could Lead to OCD  News18
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  1. There’s a measles outbreak. Do you need another shot?  PBS NewsHour
  2. Measles is making a comeback in Ireland thanks to far-right lies and fearmongering  The Canary
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Man with meningitis looked forward to hands and legs being amputated  Metro.co.uk

A man who almost died from meningitis said he looked forward to having his limbs amputated because he was in so much pain. Mike Davies, 60, spent 70 days ...

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  1. South Sudan measles outbreak raises questions about vaccines  Ottawa Citizen
  2. As measles outbreak worsens, doctors say vaccines are 'safe'  41 Action News Kansas City
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  1. Crohn's Disease Patient Michelle Oddy To Undergo Risky 7-Organ Transplant  Tech Times
  2. Family's tears as mum told she might not make it through huge operation  Derbyshire Live
  3. Mum to have 'most difficult operation in world' with seven-organ transplant  Metro.co.uk
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  1. Seven high-protein foods to include in your meals  AsiaOne
  2. Seven high-protein foods to include in your meals - The Jakarta Post  Jakarta Post
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  1. Adults more prone to mental health problems  Himalayan Times
  2. Study: 1 In 5 Children Suffers From A Mental Health Disorder  Study Finds
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  1. Local Press: Vaccination makes UAE immune to rising global trend of measles cases  WAM EN
  2. Measles cases have surged 300% this year, and the disease has killed more than 1,200 people on one island alone since October  Business Insider
  3. Measles Cases Are Rising Across The U.S. Here's What You Should Know.  HuffPost
  4. NEWSMAKER: Health alert issued for measles outbreak  13News Now
  5. Measles Is Now a 'Global Health Crisis' With a 300% Surge in Cases Worldwide  ScienceAlert
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  1. Pig's brain function restored hours after death  Euronews English
  2. Scientists restore basic cellular activity to a decapitated pig's brain hours after death  TechSpot
  3. Researchers 'reboot' pig brains hours after animals died  The Guardian
  4. Zombie Pigs? Scientists Spur Some Activity in Brains of Slaughtered Hogs  NBC Connecticut
  5. 'Zombie' pig brains revived as scientists raise prospect of life after death  Telegraph.co.uk
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  1. Late dinner and no breakfast is a killer combination  Medical Xpress
  2. People who skip breakfast are five times more likely to die after a heart attack  Daily Mail
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  1. Paramedic, 23, suffers a stroke after cracking her neck and mistakes her own symptoms as being drunk  Daily Mail
  2. Paramedic, 23, paralysed after cracking her neck triggered a stroke  The Sun
  3. Neck crack habit left paramedic, 23, paralysed after rupturing major artery  Daily Record
  4. Paramedic, 23, left partially paralysed after stretching her neck caused a stroke  Mirror Online
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  1. FDA: Medical scopes still causing superbug infections, deaths  KoamNewsNow.com
  2. Medical scopes still causing superbug infections and deaths, FDA says  CNN
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  1. Tot with deadly brain tumour 'missed' by doctors may only have 3 weeks to live  Mirror Online
  2. Heartbreak over little girl's deadly brain tumour that went undiagnosed for a year  Cornwall Live
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  1. FDA Issues Final Rule on Safety and Effectiveness of Consumer Hand Sanitizers  Infection Control Today
  2. The Most Common Active Ingredient In Hand Sanitizer Is Still Under FDA Investigation  CBS Boston
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  1. Brandenburg introduces first mandatory state-wide measles law  The Irish Times
  2. German state orders compulsory measles vaccination at kindergartens amid fears of outbreak  The Telegraph
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  1. Radical Fecal Transplant Therapy in Kids Has Reduced Their Autism Severity by 47%  ScienceAlert
  2. Start Therapy Early For Autism To Maximise Benefits  Star2.com
  3. Autism symptoms reduced 50% in children who received fecal transplants, study finds  Daily Mail
  4. Let's Not Label Children With Autism As Autistic  Star2.com
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  1. FDA Releases List Of 'Safe' Blood Pressure Drugs Amid Sartan Recalls  Daddyhood
  2. FDA: Fear Of Carcinogen Results In Recall Of Some Blood Pressure Medications  CBS New York
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  1. Electrical brain stimulation can boost memory function in older people - The Jakarta Post  Jakarta Post
  2. A zap can make 70-year-olds remember stuff like they're 20  Futurity: Research News
  3. Brain Stimulation Rapidly Revives Working Memory in Older Adults  Medscape
  4. Electrical brain stimulation can boost memory function in older people - Tech News  The Star Online
  5. Electrical jolts to brain restored memory of elderly to that of 20-year-old  Ars Technica
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  1. Diabetes and stroke: The link, risk factors, and prevention  Medical News Today
  2. Commentary: High stress levels a silent culprit behind diabetes  CNA
  3. Why I Am Stockpiling Insulin in My Fridge  The New York Times
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  1. NY county measles outbreak spotlights vaccine religious exemptions  Daily Times
  2. Measles outbreak: How doctors can change anti-vaccine minds  NBCNews.com
  3. Years 1st measles outbreak in state sounds alert: Get vaccinated  Worcester Telegram
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  1. 'Sugar rush' is a MYTH: Eating sugar worsens mood rather than improving it  Mirror Online
  2. Huge Review of 31 Studies Shows We Were Wrong About Sugar's Effect on Our Mood  ScienceAlert
  3. Study crushes the myth of the sugar rush  9Coach
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  1. Baby born four months premature and weighing just 1lb 9oz defies the odds to survive  Daily Mail
  2. Baby born four days after abortion cut-off limit at 24 weeks weighed just 1lb and had translucent skin – but i  The Sun
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  1. Poor diet causes more deaths than tobacco consumption: Study  Business Standard
  2. Poor diet linked to 1 in 5 deaths globally: Study - The Jakarta Post  Jakarta Post
  3. One in Five Deaths Linked to Poor Diet, New Study Reveals  Sputnik International
  4. Low Intake of Grains, Lack of Nutrients Causes Hundreds of Deaths in India: Lancet Report  News18
  5. Poor Diet Causes Hundreds Of Deaths In India Annually: Study  NDTV
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  1. “Depression Gene” Hypothesis Is Debunked  Technology Networks
  2. Depression genes debunked: analysis dashes highly studied link  SlashGear
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  1. Blue light could treat superbug infections  Medical Xpress
  2. Blue light might just take the "super" out of superbugs  New Atlas
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  1. Thermal scanner not operational at Islamabad Airport, raising Ebola threat  Geo News
  2. Ebola virus likely to spread in Pakistan from South Africa  ARY NEWS
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  1. Scientists decode pain-free life of 71-year-old woman - Xinhua | English.news.cn  Xinhua
  2. Scientists Discovered A Gene Mutation That Made A Woman Feel No Pain Or Anxiety Her Entire Life  Bustle
  3. At 71, she’s never felt pain or anxiety. Now scientists know why: A mutation  Economic Times
  4. Meet Jo Cameron, 71-year-old British woman who has never felt pain  WION
  5. Woman who feels no pain could help scientists develop new painkillers  KCCI Des Moines
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Ladies, time to rethink that daily drink: Alcohol may up breast cancer risk  Economic Times

SYDNEY: Drinking one alcoholic drink daily as well as being overweight can increase the risk of developing breast cancer, warns a study of over two lakh ...

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  1. DRC records 15 new Ebola cases in one day  africanews
  2. 1 in 4 people near Ebola outbreak believe virus isn't real, new study says  ABC News
  3. Ebola outbreak WORSENS with biggest rise in cases since last year | Daily Star  Daily Star
  4. Ebola cases rising in DR Congo, but UN health agency cites progress in community trust-building  UN News
  5. Ebola outbreak SHOCK: One in four believe deadly virus is FAKE – study finds  Express.co.uk
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  1. Twenty E. coli Cases Linked to Illness Outbreak Across Commonwealth  The Lake News
  2. E. coli outbreak leaves 20 Kentuckians sickened or hospitalized  Courier Journal
  3. 20 Kentuckians Test Positive For E. Coli  LEX18 Lexington KY News
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  1. Psychiatrists urged to consider impact of social media use on all children they assess for mental health problems  The Independent
  2. Ask children about social media use, psychiatrists urged  BBC News
  3. Psychiatrists to assess all children for impact of social media on their mental health under new Royal College guidelines  Telegraph.co.uk
  4. Mental health doctors told check children's social media use amid concerns of impact of the internet  Daily Mail
  5. Under-18s with mental health issues to be asked about their social media use  The Guardian
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