1. 43 mumps cases at College of Charleston leads to a second MMR vaccine clinic  CBS17.com
  2. Warning for students after rise in cases of Mumps in UCC over last two weeks  Cork Beo
  3. College of Charleston to host another mumps vaccination clinic on Wednesday  ABC NEWS 4
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  1. Gunshot Survivors Are Traumatized for Years, Study Finds  Gizmodo
  2. Shooting victims have increased risk of mental harm long after physical injuries have healed, study finds  The Washington Post
  3. Gunshot Survivors Study Sheds Light on 'Devastating' and Long-Lasting Effects of Firearm Violence in the U.S.  Newsweek
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  1. PM2.5 Air Pollution Is Still Killing Thousands of People in the US  WIRED
  2. US air pollution rules could be insufficient in preventing deaths – study  The Guardian
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  1. Potentially deadly tick-borne parasite found in UK for first time  The Independent
  2. Potentially deadly tick-borne parasite found in UK  The Guardian
  3. Tick-borne parasite found in Scottish sheep in UK first  BBC News
  4. Tick-borne parasite that causes malaria-like disease found in UK for first time, scientists warn  The Sun
  5. Killer tick-borne parasite that causes a malaria-like illness is found in the UK for the first time  Daily Mail
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  1. Flu season is here and so are opportunities for flu shots  WBIR
  2. Review of flu vaccination regulations  The Flinders News
  3. Flu season ramping up across the state  KOAA 5
  4. BEYOND LOCAL: Here's how to keep coworkers' germs at bay this flu season  SooToday.com
  5. Physicians warn about dangers of pediatric flu  WTVY, Dothan
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  1. Type 2 diabetes: Eating these fruits will help to avoid a sugar spike - what are they?  Express
  2. 4 foods with low Glycemic Index that should be a part of every diabetic's diet  Times Now
  3. With rise in patients dying from rationing insulin, U.N. tries a new solution  NBCNews.com
  4. Type 2 diabetes: Experts agree this diet will keep blood sugar levels low - what is it?  Express
  5. Health Ministry to push for subsidising cost of diabetes treatment  GhanaWeb
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  1. Fresh Case of Bubonic Plague Reported From Inner Mongolia in China  News18
  2. China’s Inner Mongolia reports fresh bubonic plague case  Malay Mail
  3. What is the plague that has hit China and why there is alarm in that country  ThePrint
  4. China's Inner Mongolia reports fresh bubonic plague case  CNA
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  1. Brit's fight for life after parasite swims up penis during African trip of a lifetime  Mirror Online
  2. UK man, 32, nearly died after parasite crawled up penis, laid eggs as he swam in lake on Africa trip  Fox News
  3. Man's 'holiday of a lifetime' almost ends his life after parasite swims up his penis  Yahoo News Australia
  4. Holidaymaker loses use of his legs after worm swam up his penis  Daily Record
  5. Worm crawled inside man as he swam in lake, leaving him paralysed  Wales Online
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  1. Many Heart Surgeries Are Unwarranted for Blocked Arteries, Finds New Study  Interesting Engineering
  2. Study Casts Doubt On Need For Many Heart Procedures  HuffPost
  3. For heart disease, meds may work as well as invasive surgery, major trial shows  CNN International
  4. Big study casts doubt on need for many heart procedures  Medical Xpress
  5. Big Study Finds Many Heart Procedures Won't Cut Risk of Having Heart Attack  TIME
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  1. Genome sequencing in newborns raises ethical issues, World News  AsiaOne
  2. Genome sequencing in newborns raises ethical issues  CNA
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  1. Wildfires, disease and food loss predicted for world's climate future - research  Stuff.co.nz
  2. Climate crisis will affect lifelong health of young, warn doctors  The Guardian
  3. Climate change 'is damaging the health of the world's children'  Daily Mail
  4. Climate change exposes future generations to life-long health harm  CNA
  5. Coalition inaction on climate change and health is risking Australian lives, global report finds  The Guardian
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Type 2 diabetes: Four key lifestyle tips to keep blood sugar levels in check  ExpressView full coverage on Google News
‘One in two people with diabetes are undiagnosed’  The Express TribuneView full coverage on Google News
  1. Anti-vaxxer posing as official demands Melbourne clinic pull down health posters  7NEWS
  2. Anti-vaxxer poses as federal official  The New Daily
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  1. Seno Medical and "Know Your Lemons" Highlight Importance of Education and Self-Exam for Early Breast Cancer Detection  PRNewswire
  2. Have you experienced sexual difficulties after breast cancer treatment?  The Guardian
  3. Jefferson County family shares warning after daughter dies from breast cancer at 38  KMOV St. Louis
  4. How to check yourself for breast cancer  CNET
  5. "When they told me I had breast cancer at 23 I started to laugh"  Manchester Evening News
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  1. How a mum's nagging cough turned into late-stage lung cancer diagnosis  7NEWS
  2. Lung cancer survival rates on the rise in NJ  NJTV News
  3. Lung cancer symptoms: When your cough could be a sign of the deadly disease  Express
  4. Genomic Testing Expands With Evolving Lung Cancer Treatment Paradigm  Targeted Oncology
  5. Now you can screen for cervical cancer at home  The Star Online
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  1. American Gene Technology Claims to Cure HIV/AIDS with drug Gene Therapy!  LostVirtualTour
  2. Scientists believe they may have found a cure for HIV/AIDS  Gay Times Magazine
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  1. Troubling trend in state's diabetes crisis  Queensland Times
  2. Minister pulling out all stops in biggest healthcare challenge  Courier Mail
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  1. Outbreak of lung injury associated with the use of e-cigarette, or vaping, products  New Zealand Doctor Online
  2. CDC says a toxic compound may be responsible for vaping illnesses  Engadget
  3. Breakthrough in vaping illness investigation: Vitamin E acetate linked to THC may be to blame  7NEWS
  4. Vaping illnesses linked to Vitamin E: U.S. authorities  CityNews Toronto
  5. Vaping deaths: Health officials find possible cause of mystery illness linked to e-cigarettes  The Independent
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  1. Setting Expectations in Food Allergy Risk Reduction  MD Magazine
  2. Anna Nowak-Wegrzyn, MD: Adult Peanut Allergy Burden  MD Magazine
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  1. Pilot programme could help 20000 patients receive subsidised medical cannabis  The Pharmaceutical Journal
  2. Project Twenty21: Europe's largest medical cannabis patient trial launches  Health Europa
  3. Cannabis to be given to 20,000 UK patients in first mass study of drug's impact  Daily Star
  4. Cannabis to be given to patients to test impact on seven conditions  Sky News
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  1. Falling Out With Your Family Can Put A Massive Strain On Your Health  Tyla
  2. Family problems 'are worse for your long term health' than a falling out with your partner  Daily Mail
  3. Having a poor relationship with your family could make you sick  CNN
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  1. Only children are more likely to be overweight or obese than kids with siblings  INSIDER
  2. 'Only Child' 7 Times More Likely to be Obese  News18
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Children's Nasal Flu Vaccine Deliveries Delayed  MedscapeView full coverage on Google News
  1. Vitamin D and Type 2 Diabetes  News-Medical.net
  2. Diabetes treatment now costs the NHS £1.1bn, the highest bill ever  Daily Mail
  3. Soaring spending on diabetes takes up an eighth of NHS drugs budget  The Telegraph
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  1. Grandmother left in coma after contracting flesh-eating disease when her ‘spiteful’ Siamese cat scratched her  Yahoo News
  2. Grandmother-of-five, 65, is left fighting for her life in a coma after Siamese cat SCRATCHED her  Daily Mail
  3. Woman, 65, left in coma after her 'spiteful' Siamese cat scratched her  Metro.co.uk
  4. Deep Cat Scratch Turned Into a Deadly Flesh-Eating Disease Which Almost Killed 65yo Woman  WORLD OF BUZZ
  5. Woman left fighting for life after cat scratch led to flesh-eating bug and organ failure  The Sun
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  1. Personalized and powerful: UK to lead next-generation radiotherapy research  Phys.Org
  2. UK to lead next-generation radiotherapy research  Cumnock Chronicle
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  1. Having a Certain Type of Bacteria in Your Guts May Increase Risk of Developing Bowel Cancer  Technology Networks
  2. Some gut bacteria may increase bowel cancer risk, research suggests  The Guardian
  3. Increased bowel cancer risk linked with specific gut bacteria species  New Atlas
  4. Having certain bacteria in your gut may increase your risk of bowel cancer: study  CTV News
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Congolese anti-Ebola fighter killed as new vaccine arrives  TRT WorldView full coverage on Google News
  1. Tyler health officials investigating seven confirmed, five possible cases of Legionnaires' disease  KETKnbc
  2. Officials: Some East Texas State Fair attendees potentially exposed to Legionnaires' disease; 7 cases confirmed so far  Tyler Morning Telegraph
  3. Three possible cases of Legionnaires' disease reported at Mount Carmel East  NBC4 WCMH-TV Columbus
  4. Health officials: Cases of Legionnaires’ disease possibly connected to East Texas State Fair  KSLA
  5. Guilderland senior site: Legionella bacteria not connected to sickened resident  Times Union
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Flu season is here in the Carolinas  WCNCView full coverage on Google News
  1. How the sleep literally washes away toxins in the brain finally discovered  Newshub
  2. How good night's sleep can brainwash away dementia  The Times
  3. Scientists Now Know How Sleep Cleans Toxins From the Brain  WIRED
  4. A type of brainwave may help clean your brain while you sleep  New Scientist News
  5. Are we 'brainwashed' during sleep?  Medical Xpress
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  1. ‘Anti-vaxxer’ mum brags she infected trick-or-treaters’ lollipops with CHICKEN POX to give kids ‘natural immun  The Sun
  2. Woman Claims to Be Handing Out Chicken Pox-Infected Lollipops This Halloween  Newsweek
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Measles 'destroys immune system memory'  Otago Daily TimesView full coverage on Google News
  1. Travellers to Samoa cautioned over deadly measles outbreak  RNZ
  2. Samoa measles epidemic: Immunologist furious at New Zealand  Stuff.co.nz
  3. Samoans flock to hospitals for measles immunisations  RNZ
  4. Auckland immunologist 'incredibly angry' NZ has 'exported' measles to Samoa  TVNZ
  5. Samoa measles epidemic: Immunologist furious at NZ  RNZ
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  1. Thousands of Waikato children not protected from measles AND mumps with confirmed cases  New Zealand Doctor Online
  2. Three Waikato mumps cases in a week, DHB urges vaccination  Stuff.co.nz
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Group that includes 5 moms challenging Ontario's vaccination child law  Kamsack TimesView full coverage on Google News
  1. Study: In the long run, drugs and talk therapy hold same value for people with depression  Medical Xpress
  2. Antidepressants vs Talk Therapy: What's More Cost-Effective?  MedPage Today
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  1. Obesity rates in China have tripled over the past 10 years  EurekAlert
  2. China's Obesity Rate Triples in 10 Years  U.S. News & World Report
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  1. Which came first: Brain size or drinking propensity? New research challenges traditional idea about relationship between alcohol use and brain size  Science Daily
  2. Which came first: Brain size or drinking propensity?  Medical Xpress
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The Key Aspects of Holistic Health  Thrive Global
  1. Dying from vaping: Most vaping lung illness deaths are linked to THC  Vox.com
  2. Deaths linked to vaping often involved THC products, not nicotine, CDC says  CNN
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  1. High rates of dementia, Alzheimer's observed among older people with Down syndrome: NIH-funded study highlights need for research on aging Down syndrome population  Science Daily
  2. High Dementia Rates in Adults With Down Syndrome  MedPage Today
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