1. MN Department Of Health Officials Are Preparing For The Potential Spread Of Coronavirus  WCCO - CBS Minnesota
  2. Local doctors address risk factors of coronavirus  News8000.com - WKBT
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  1. Cobbler Has Toe Stitched To Hand After Losing Thumb In Accident  LADbible
  2. The man who had his severed thumb replaced with his own big toe after freak accident  Manchester Evening News
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  1. China’s Battle With a Deadly Coronavirus, in Photos  The New York Times
  2. China coronavirus: 14 test negative in UK as military doctors sent to Wuhan – as it happened  The Guardian
  3. The coronavirus discovered in China is causing global alarm  The Economist
  4. WHO: Too early to call coronavirus a global public health emergency  CGTN
  5. Ai Weiwei Cries Wolf About Germany  The Globalist
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  1. China coronavirus: All five tested in Scotland given all-clear  BBC News
  2. Taiwan confirms two more cases of infection from new coronavirus  Focus Taiwan News Channel
  3. How the Chinese coronavirus outbreak impacts travel  National Geographic
  4. China coronavirus: Two tested in Scotland given all-clear  BBC News
  5. Coronavirus: how could it be stopped? – BBC Newsnight  BBC Newsnight
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  1. WHO won't call coronavirus emergency yet  Newsy
  2. WHO expert panel to decide whether new virus an emergency  GMA News
  3. World Health Organization Holds Off Declaring Coronavirus a Global Emergency  QuickTake by Bloomberg
  4. U.S. readiness for a viral outbreak has improved, but there’s a long way to go  The Washington Post
  5. Cornavirus china: public health emergency expected to be declared in China as virus spreads  Evening Standard
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  1. Hydromorphone and the risk of infective endocarditis among people who inject drugs: a population-based, retrospective cohort study  The Lancet
  2. Specific opioid triples risk of deadly heart infection in injection drug users: London study  London Free Press (Blogs)
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  1. Infectious disease specialist: 'No need to panic' about Coronavirus  KSAT 12
  2. Vaccine makers tap into virus-driven rally to raise money  MarketWatch
  3. Infectious Disease Expert Discusses Coronavirus Threat with VOA  VOA News
  4. Coronavirus Vaccine Candidate Eyed for Human Trials by April  Bloomberg Law
  5. Coronavirus may be 'similar' to Sars: US health official  The Straits Times
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  1. Babylon Health is building an integrated, AI-based health app to serve a city of 300K in England  TechCrunch
  2. Babylon signs 10-year 'integrated digital health' deal with NHS trust that runs 10 GP practices  GP online
  3. NHS experiment in AI will see whole city offered virtual hospital appointments and diagnosis by chatbot  The Telegraph
  4. The app will see you now: Royal Wolverhampton hospital to move half of all consultations online  The Times
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  1. Climate-friendly food choices protect the planet, promote health, reduce health costs  Science Daily
  2. Schools' climate change resource right about meat - study  Newshub
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  1. First Coronavirus case reported in US  CBS 8 San Diego
  2. Coronavirus – Netflix Pandemic doc released TODAY amid fears of another global outbreak like Spanish flu that  The Sun
  3. Coronavirus case discovered in U.S. as China death toll rises to 9  CBS This Morning
  4. China's coronavirus could have same death rate as Spanish flu pandemic that killed 50m people  Yahoo Lifestyle
  5. What steps could the UK take to deal with coronavirus cases?  The Dumbarton and Vale of Leven Reporter
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  1. Wuhan Virus Latest: Wuhan Imposes Massive Quarantine, Shutting Down Public Transit  Caixin Global
  2. Coronavirus reaches US, death toll climbs: Everything we know about the virus  CNET
  3. 3 US Airports to Screen for Chinese Coronavirus  WebMD
  4. China Coronavirus outbreak: How many people have REALLY been infected? Latest death toll  Express.co.uk
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  1. Fitbit use may be used to help predict flu outbreaks, study finds  Notebookcheck.net
  2. Wearable devices could predict the flu  WAVE 3
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  1. Why getting ample diet D in wintertime is so indispensable  Invest Records
  2. Why getting enough vitamin D in wintertime is so important  The Washington Post
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  1. Participant for the University of BC Examination of opiate treatment  Daily Gaming Worlld
  2. Participants needed for UBC study into opioid treatment to aid painful spinal-cord injuries  Vancouver Sun
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  1. Cervical cancer could be eliminated in England, experts say  The Guardian
  2. Cervical cancer could be wiped out - saving hundreds of lives each year  Mirror Online
  3. HPV puts 'strain' on millennial sex and dating  BBC News
  4. Cervical cancer is an avoidable disease – in theory, at least  The Guardian
  5. Kingsville, Seddon are revealed as Victoria’s cervical cancer hot spot  Herald Sun
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  1. 'Fit and healthy' Royal Ballet School dancer, 14, died after contracting rare form of meningitis  Daily Mail
  2. 'Fit and healthy' ballerina, 14, dies days after complaining of headache  Mirror Online
  3. Tributes to 'fit and healthy' ballerina, 14, who died on holiday  Liverpool Echo
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  1. NASA Pays Tribute, Says Goodbye to One of Agency's Great Observatories  Space Ref
  2. NASA Says Goodbye to One of Agency's Great Observatories  Jet Propulsion Laboratory
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  1. Probiotics information online often inadequate, misleading  Reuters
  2. Probiotics: Don't Buy the Online Hype | Health News  U.S. News & World Report
  3. Probiotics: Don't Buy the Online Hype  WebMD
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  1. MS treatment costs nearly tripled from 2011 to 2017  Healio
  2. Despite New Generic, MS Drug Costs Nearly Triple in 7 Years  MedPage Today
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  1. I’m lucky to be alive after my contraceptive pill gave me two massive blood clots that nearly killed me  The Sun
  2. 'Lucky to be alive' - how the pill nearly killed Aldi worker  Birmingham Live
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  1. What's The Purpose Of Dry January? Everything You Need To Know About The Alcohol-Free Month  Bustle
  2. Here's What Happens to Your Body When You Cut Out Alcohol for 30 Days  Healthline
  3. When every January is dry: The surprising appeal of living without alcohol  CBC.ca
  4. For some, the new Dry January isn't actually dry  NBC News
  5. From what age can children drink alcohol while accompanied by their parents? Here's what the law says  Chronicle Live
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  1. This flu season could be one of the worst in years. NJ hospitals are bracing for a surge in cases.  Invest Records
  2. This flu season could be one of the worst in years. N.J. hospitals are bracing for a surge in cases.  nj.com
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  1. People are Following TeleMedicine Trends and AI is Helping Physicians to Treat Them  America Daily Post
  2. Can Telemedicine Save the Medical Care Crisis in Hawai'i?  HONOLULU Magazine
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  1. More than 980 Seattle students without updated vaccination records could be excluded from school Wednesday, school district says  CNN
  2. Seattle Public Schools enforcing immunization compliance  
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  1. Lifestyle changes may combat a dementia that strikes people in their 40s and 50s  CNN
  2. Lifestyle choices could slow familial frontotemporal dementia  Medical Xpress
  3. Type of Dementia That Strikes in Early 40s Could Be Prevented With Certain Lifestyle Changes: Study  KTLA Los Angeles
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  1. Measles confirmation in PNG's capital 'deeply concerning' - Papua New Guinea  ReliefWeb
  2. Child treated for measles in Papua New Guinea, amid fears of Pacific-wide threat  SBS News
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Number of alcohol-related deaths has doubled in the U.S., shows study  News-Medical.netView full coverage on Google News
  1. Use of antipsychotic drugs is linked to brain injuries in Alzheimer's patients  News-Medical.net
  2. Antipsychotic medications linked to brain injuries in individuals with Alzheimer's disease  Medical Xpress
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  1. Michigan 2nd sickest in the nation, 7% experiencing flu-like symptoms  WNEM Saginaw
  2. Georgia ranks as the sickest state in the U.S., according to new report  Atlanta Journal Constitution
  3. News Michigan is 2nd sickest state in the country, report says Ali Hoxie 5:30 AM  WXYZ
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Person who spent time in Puyallup, Fife and Seattle has been diagnosed with hepatitis A  Crypto DictationView full coverage on Google News
Kids Twice As Likely To Eat Healthy After Watching Cooking Shows With Healthy Food  Eurasia ReviewView full coverage on Google News
  1. Former sufferer EVE SIMMONS says the truth of eating disorder surge lies in NHS waiting times  Daily Mail
  2. Anorexia: the mental illness people in Asia don’t talk about  South China Morning Post
  3. Anorexia is the deadliest mental illness. Why is the NHS still not taking it seriously?  The Guardian
  4. 'Food focus' sparks rise in eating disorder calls to Wednesday's Child | Latest Suffolk and Essex News  East Anglian Daily Times
  5. Eating disorder hospital admissions double in five years  Eastern Daily Press
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  1. American Samoa Continues Measles Vaccination Campaign  Vax Before Travel
  2. Samoa Ends State Of Emergency Following Radical Measles Vaccination Program  IFLScience
  3. Measles Outbreaks Make 2019 a Record-Setting Year  VOA News
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  1. Man reveals weight loss diet plan behind incredible 21 stone transformation  Express
  2. My four Ps plan for avoiding the diet-and-detox trap this year  Telegraph.co.uk
  3. The Unexpected Program That Changed My Relationship With My Body  Refinery29
  4. Follow This Expert's Foolproof Tips on How to Develop Healthy Habits That Actually Stick  POPSUGAR
  5. Dear Dietitian: Dietary resolutions for 2020 | Lifestyles  Willcox Range News
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Three people contract rabies after being bitten by a rabid kitten  WOWK 13 NewsView full coverage on Google News
  1. Identical twins with ASD may suffer varying symptoms  Deccan Herald
  2. Despite the Same DNA, Severity of Autism Symptoms Varies Greatly Among Identical Twins  SciTechDaily
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  1. Man refuses to accept he’s given multiple women an STD after one confronts him with evidence in shocking t  The Sun
  2. Guy Refuses To Accept He’s Given Woman STD After Being Confronted With Evidence  UNILAD
  3. Man refuses to believe he gave women chlamydia  The Daily Dot
  4. Man refuses to believe he gave multiple women a sexually transmitted disease  Daily Mail
  5. Cases of chlamydia, gonorrhea rise sharply in Woodbury County  Sioux City Journal
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  1. Samoa lifts state of emergency over measles epidemic  BBC News
  2. Samoa ends measles state of emergency as infection rate slows  The Guardian
  3. Samoa ends measles emergency, after infection rate slows  7NEWS.com.au
  4. No measles deaths for past five days in Samoa  RNZ
  5. Samoa lifts measles state of emergency  Stuff.co.nz
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Just 1 dose of the HPV vaccine may prevent infection: Study  International Business Times, Singapore EditionView full coverage on Google News
  1. 20 Ketogenic Essentials To Stock Up On, According To RDs  Women's Health
  2. The Keto diet: why you should try it, how it helps weight loss and how to get started on being ketogenic  T3
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  1. Vitamin D warning: How often do you pee? Sign you've taken too many supplements  Invest Records
  2. 4 health myths that must go away in 2020 - National  Mash Viral
  3. WATCH: Woman Says It's Dumb To Make A 'Big Deal' Over 'Insignificant' Measles. The Facts Paint A Different Picture  The Daily Wire
  4. 4 health myths that need to disappear in 2020  Global News
  5. Vitamin D warning: How often do you pee? Sign you've taken too many supplements  Express
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