1. Two more suspected cases of measles in American Samoa - American Samoa  ReliefWeb
  2. Two more suspected cases of measles in American Samoa  RNZ
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  1. Smoking Marijuana Can Be Hard on One’s Heart  Live Trading News
  2. Time for Cannabis Screening in CVD Patients?  Medscape
  3. Potential Link Between Marijuana and Heart Risks Discovered by Cardiologists  SciTechDaily
  4. Patients at risk for heart problems should be cautious about using marijuana  CNN
  5. More than two million patients with heart disease report use of marijuana  Medical Xpress
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  1. Dementia patients being 'dumped in hospital'  BBC News
  2. Emergency dementia admissions to hospitals up 35% in five years  The Guardian
  3. Soaring numbers of dementia patients admitted to hospital as emergencies, then stuck there for months  The Telegraph
  4. Dementia shock: True scale of Britain’s health crisis revealed in damning report  Express
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  1. Full flu vaccination cuts child hospitalizations in half  ISRAEL21c
  2. Hospitalization Risk Cut in Half for Children With Full Flu Vaccination  SciTechDaily
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  1. The world's first living robot, prepared from frog's slam cell, will eradicate cancer cells  OBN
  2. Scientists create a robot made entirely of living cells  CBC.ca
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  1. Researchers develop the first mosquitoes synthetically designed to neutralize dengue  Outbreak News Today
  2. Australian scientists make breakthrough on preventing spread of dengue fever  The Star Online
  3. Scientists Successfully Genetically Engineered Mosquitoes So It CAN'T Spread Dengue  WORLD OF BUZZ
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  1. Weight loss drug Belviq tied to 'possible increased risk of cancer,' FDA says  CNN
  2. FDA Issues Cancer Warning Over Weight-Loss Drug Belviq  Newsweek
  3. Weight-loss drug Belviq may increase cancer risk, FDA says  ABC Action News
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  1. Doddie Weir: 'Finally MND drug trials are happening'  BBC News
  2. Doddie Weir joins 'biggest ever' MND drug trial in Scotland  BBC News
  3. Doddie Weir backs clinical trial to help fight Motor Neurone Disease  Daily Record
  4. MND: The search for new treatments  BBC News
  5. Motor neurone disease trial offered to hundreds of patients  BBC News
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  1. A probiotic drink could hold the key to antibiotic resistance  Health Europa
  2. Probiotic drink could offer new way to combat antibiotic resistance, mouse study finds  Medical Xpress
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  1. New SARS-Like Virus in China May Spread Between People in Limited Cases  Livescience.com
  2. China's new SARS-like virus has spread to Thailand, but we still know very little about it  CNN
  3. First case of mysterious coronavirus confirmed outside of China  SlashGear
  4. China's Response to the Pneumonia Outbreak in Wuhan Has Been Far Better Than Its Reaction to SARS.  Foreign Policy
  5. WHO: Novel coronavirus likely causing pneumonia-like illness in China  CNN Philippines
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  1. Miscarriage can lead to 'long-term post-traumatic stress'  BBC News
  2. Readers on the pain of miscarriage: ‘In my head I was already a mum and then suddenly I wasn’t’  The Guardian
  3. Dozens of women who have suffered the heartbreak of a miscarriage reveal how doctors didn't CARE  Daily Mail
  4. Miscarriage and ectopic pregnancy may trigger PTSD and depression  New Scientist News
  5. Share your experiences of how early miscarriage impacted on your mental health  The Guardian
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  1. Body temperature: What is the new normal?  Medical News Today
  2. Forget 98.6°F. Humans Are Cooling Off — Here's Why  Healthline
  3. Human body temperature declined over the past two centuries  New Atlas
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  1. Observe those tips to battle weight problems  Health Writeups
  2. Obesity Increases Risk of Cancer, Says Study  News18
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  1. Ready For Your First Marathon? Training Can Cut Years Off Your Cardiovascular Age  WPRL
  2. Running, Marathon Training Can Improve Heart Health, Study Shows : Shots - Health News  NPR
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  1. Study: Less than 2% of people at risk for opioid overdose are prescribed life-saving drug  News-Medical.net
  2. State health department distributes $17.5 million to help Michigan's opioid epidemic  UpNorthLive.com
  3. Michigan got $17.5M to fight the opioid crisis: Here's where it's going  Detroit Free Press
  4. | NJ DOH: Eight lives lost each day to overdose epidemic in New Jersey The Lakewood Scoop  thelakewoodscoop.com
  5. State health department announces $17.5 million to combat opioid crisis  
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  1. Single-particle method helps determine isoelectric point of viruses  News-Medical.net
  2. Virus surfaces help engineers study vaccine and gene therapy applications  Phys.Org
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  1. Healthy habits 'deliver extra disease-free decade'  BBC News
  2. Scientists Calculated How Much Longer You Can Live With a Healthy Lifestyle  TIME
  3. Healthy Lifestyle Adds Up to a Decade More of Disease-Free Life  Medscape
  4. Avoid these five risk factors and live longer, study says  CNN
  5. Healthy habits extend disease-free life 'by up to a decade'  The Guardian
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  1. Frequently cited claim that e-cigarettes are '95% safer' is misleading and outdated  News-Medical.net
  2. Cardiologist warns of health risks from vaping  MassLive.com
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  1. Tea Drinkers Live Longer, Healthier Lives – Here’s What You Need to Know  SciTechDaily
  2. To live nearly 15 months longer, drink this massively popular beverage  Inverse
  3. Habitual tea drinking 'linked to longer life'  ITV News
  4. Study suggests drinking green tea is linked to living longer  CTV News
  5. Drinking three cups of tea a week can help you live longer, study finds  The Sun
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  1. A new virus related to SARS is the culprit in China's mysterious pneumonia outbreak, scientists say  CNN
  2. China's mysterious outbreak could be new virus, WHO says  DW (English)
  3. China says Wuhan disease outbreak may be new coronavirus: report  Al Jazeera English
  4. Just in Time for Lunar New Year, Another SARS-like Epidemic Is Brewing in China  Foreign Policy
  5. WHO warns NEW coronavirus linked to lethal SARS bug could be behind Chinese pneumonia flare-up  RT
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What is Keto Diet and does it work?  Daily TimesView full coverage on Google News
Mum saves baby from death by barging into doctors' during 8-hour wait  Metro.co.ukView full coverage on Google News
  1. Hope for millions as scientists switch off pain gene  The Times
  2. Hope for millions as scientists learn how to 'edit out' PAIN: Researchers discover technique  Daily Mail
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  1. Influenza A vs. B: Differences, symptoms, treatment, and more  Medical News Today
  2. Death toll from the flu virus rises in Trinidad  Jamaica Observer
  3. Flu death toll rises to 15, vaccines still in short supply  The Jerusalem Post
  4. Flu claims life of Placer County child  Rocklin & Roseville Today
  5. Pennsylvania flu cases increase 56% in 1 week | Pennsylvania News  Reading Eagle
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  1. Ebola virus disease – Democratic Republic of the Congo: Disease outbreak news, 2 January 2020 - Democratic Republic of the Congo  ReliefWeb
  2. More than 3,000 cases of Ebola in DRC, 2,231 dead  The Brussels Times
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  1. UNC School of Medicine Expert Helps Treat Astronaut's Blood Clot During NASA Mission  Business Wire
  2. UNC expert helps treat astronaut's blood clot during NASA mission  Phys.Org
  3. NASA Uses Telehealth to Answer a Space Station Medical Emergency  mHealthIntelligence.com
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  1. Exercise could help you hold on to more grey matter in brain, study says  The Independent
  2. More evidence that strenuous exercise staves off age-related cognitive decline  Daily Mail
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  1. More than one in four people with parkinson's initially misdiagnosed - poll  Gibraltar Chronicle
  2. One quarter of people with Parkinson's disease wrongly diagnosed, survey finds  Telegraph.co.uk
  3. More than a quarter of people with Parkinson’s initially misdiagnosed, research finds  The Independent
  4. Quarter of Parkinson's sufferers were wrongly diagnosed, says charity  The Guardian
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  1. The youngest EEA survivor marks an important milestone  Mash Viral
  2. Youngest EEE survivor marks major milestone  WCVB Boston
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  1. Meningococcal death confirmed, taking WA toll to three in 2019  7NEWS.com.au
  2. Meningococcal kills again, with WA adult the latest victim of disease  The West Australian
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Israel low on flu vaccines as virulent strain hits  YnetnewsView full coverage on Google News
  1. In Rural Areas Without Pain Or Addiction Specialists, Family Doctors Fill In The Gaps  Vermont Public Radio
  2. Video: Where Resources Are Scarce, A Rural Doctor Takes On The Opioid Crisis : Shots - Health News  NPR
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