1. Miraculous COVID-19 recoveries: From war veteran to new born, stories of five survivors  Republic World
  2. 5 cases of miraculous COVID-19 recovery that gives hope to elderly people  Times Now
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  1. Married couples have the same risk of suffering a stroke or heart attack  Daily Mail
  2. Couples share heart disease risk factors and behaviors  Medical Xpress
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  1. Mouthwashes, oral rinses may inactivate human coronavirus, shows study  Business Standard
  2. What those studies on mouthwash and coronaviruses actually mean  The Washington Post
  3. What You Really Need To Know About COVID-19 & Mouthwash  Refinery29
  4. Mouthwash helps curb coronavirus, wildfire smoke likely spreads it, say studies  India Today
  5. Wildfire smoke may help virus spread, mouthwash helps curb it  TODAYonline
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Covid outbreak confirmed on two wards at Kildare Hospital  AlKhaleej TodayView Full coverage on Google News
  1. Listeria outbreak linked to deli meat sickens 10, kills one  Outbreak News Today
  2. 7 people infected with listeria in Massachusetts, CDC reports  WWLP-22News
  3. Deadly listeria outbreak possibly linked to deli meat  UPI News
  4. CDC warns of multi-state Listeria outbreak linked to deli meats  CNN
  5. Multistate Listeria Outbreak Sickens 7 Mass. Residents  NBC10 Boston
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For World Polio Day, PAHO encourages countries to maintain polio vaccination to prevent outbreaks - World  ReliefWebView Full coverage on Google News
Safe Sex Versus Risky Romance: New Study Shows 2020 Sexual Decisions  ForbesView Full coverage on Google News
  1. Model predicts acute kidney injury requiring dialysis in patients with COVID-19  Medical Xpress
  2. Investigators Explore Role of Sickle Cell in Risk of Acute Kidney Injuries  MD Magazine
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  1. Covid-19: Bill Gates-funded study shows hydroxychloroquine doesn't prevent virus  Stuff.co.nz
  2. UW study: Hydroxychloroquine won’t help prevent COVID  KOIN.com
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  1. Long COVID Syndrome: Study Points Risk Factors, Treatment and How to Manage It  Science Times
  2. Covid blood plasma donation: What is blood plasma?  BBC News
  3. Study casts doubt on use of convalescent plasma for COVID-19 treatment  CBC News: The National
  4. A New, Large Study Finds Plasma Does Not Lower Risk of Dying from COVID-19  TIME
  5. Convalescent plasma fails phase 2 in moderate COVID-19 patients  FierceBiotech
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  1. Five years after removal surgery, flap procedure helps restore breast shape in cancer survivor  Times of India
  2. Axillary surgery may not be necessary for all women with invasive breast cancer  Medical Xpress
  3. Health Check: Exercise can help fight breast cancer  WFAA
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  1. 'Mini-lungs' can provide important insights into how COVID-19 damages the lungs  News-Medical.net
  2. The engines of SARS-CoV-2 spread  Science Magazine
  3. Common mouthwashes may have the potential to reduce Covid-19 viral load in the mouth  CNBC
  4. Researchers Identify Human Protein That May Explain Why SARS-CoV-2 Is Highly Infectious  IFLScience
  5. Mouthwash Can Inactivate Human Coronavirus in a Lab, but What Does This Really Mean?  EcoWatch
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  1. Concerns over flu vaccine amplified over continuously increasing deaths in S,. Korea  ARIRANG NEWS
  2. Doctors in South Korea call for flu vaccinations to be paused after 25 deaths  The Guardian
  3. At Least 13 Dead After Getting Flu Vaccines in South Korea | NowThis  NowThis News
  4. Spike in South Korea flu shot deaths fuels vaccine doubts  Al Jazeera English
  5. Several South Koreans die after getting flu vaccine  The Star
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  1. Immunizing ourselves against viral vaccine misinformation - The Jakarta Post  Jakarta Post
  2. Immunizing ourselves against viral vaccine misinformation - Fri, October 23 2020  Jakarta Post
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  1. $109 million NIH grant awarded to expand Alzheimer's disease and Down syndrome research  News-Medical.Net
  2. Alzheimer's in adults with Down syndrome focus of multicenter NIH grant  Washington University School of Medicine in St. Louis
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  1. It will be the biggest vaccine distribution plan ever – but can it work?  South China Morning Post
  2. Covid-19 coronavirus: Vaccine storage issues could leave three billion people out in the cold  New Zealand Herald
  3. Covid vaccine will not be available in UK until spring, says Vallance  The Guardian
  4. Coronavirus may never fully disappear even with a vaccine, says Patrick Vallance  The Independent
  5. UNICEF To Stockpile Over Half A Billion Syringes For Future COVID-19 Vaccine  NPR
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Latest coronavirus updates for San Antonio and Bexar County, October 20  KENS 5: Your San Antonio News SourceView Full coverage on Google News
  1. Mixed results for arthritis drug repurposed as Covid-19 treatment  TRT World
  2. New results from a once-promising therapy show the difficulty of treating covid-19  The Washington Post
  3. Studies offer little hope for tocilizumab in treating COVID  CIDRAP
  4. Study finds tocilizumab improves survival in critically ill patients with COVID-19  Medical Xpress
  5. Rheumatoid arthritis drug tocilizumab advances as a COVID treatment, as other regimens fall back, studies show  USA TODAY
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Different blood types may react to COVID-19 differently  KBZK Bozeman MT NewsView Full coverage on Google News
  1. Public anxiety grows as numerous people in S. Korea die after getting seasonal flu shot  ARIRANG NEWS
  2. City now booking appointments for flu shot clinics amid expected increase in demand due to COVID-19  CP24 Toronto's Breaking News
  3. HCC offering flu shot clinics starting Tuesday  WWLP-22News
  4. Pima County to give free flu shots and masks this week  KOLD
  5. Providence hosting free drive-thru flu shot clinic on Saturday  KHQ Right Now
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  1. Local doctor reacts after WHO study says top COVID-19 drug is 'minimally effective'  Eyewitness News WTVO WQRF
  2. Serious ongoing symptoms in COVID-19 survivors  News-Medical.Net
  3. Hospitalized COVID-19 patients can have ongoing symptoms for months: Study - The Jakarta Post  Jakarta Post
  4. Abnormalities spotted in lungs of 60% coronavirus patients months later: Oxford University study  WION
  5. 'COVID-19 patients show symptoms in months': Oxford  Anadolu Agency
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  1. Scientists find new organ in throat while testing for prostate cancer  Sky News
  2. Scientists discover new organ in the throat  Live Science
  3. Scientists Accidentally Discover New Organ Inside The Human Head  IFLScience
  4. Surprise! There's a Secret Organ in Your Head  Popular Mechanics
  5. Scientists Claim to Discover New Organ in Human Skull  Futurism
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Coronavirus remains active on human skin for 9 hours: Study  Hindustan TimesView Full coverage on Google News
  1. Covid in Scotland: University outbreaks were ‘accident waiting to happen’  BBC News
  2. Covid on campus: Scottish universities packed halls at full capacity  The Times
  3. Universities opened halls at full capacity despite warnings of Covid risk  Telegraph.co.uk
  4. Support staff at Edinburgh Uni 'put at risk' by having to constantly break up illegal parties  iNews
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Comparative analysis reveals common vulnerabilities across coronaviruses  News-Medical.NetView Full coverage on Google News
  1. The latest on the coronavirus pandemic: Live updates  CNN International
  2. SARS-CoV-2 antibodies may provide immunity for at least 5–7 months  Medical News Today
  3. International Team of Scientists Identifies Common Vulnerabilities Across Coronaviruses  UCSF News Services
  4. The scientific and ethical feasibility of immunity passports  The Lancet
  5. Guidance for discharge and ending of isolation of people with COVID-19  EU News
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  1. Rapid research in a deadly epidemic pays off  The Verge
  2. DR Congo's latest Ebola outbreak 'under control'  Eyewitness News
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  1. Chinese city offers Covid-19 vaccine to residents, local media report  Deccan Herald
  2. Expert reveals how Queen could play key role if coronavirus vaccine becomes available  Express
  3. Preliminary results show Chinese COVID-19 vaccine candidate safe: The Lancet  SHINE
  4. Coronavirus update: Concerns with the surge in cases, plus the latest on vaccine timeline,  Yahoo Finance
  5. $60 experimental coronavirus vaccine rolled out in eastern Chinese city  Deccan Herald
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  1. China Finds Active Covid-19 Virus on Frozen Food Packaging  BloombergQuint
  2. Frozen food package polluted by living coronavirus could cause infection, China's CDC says  Yahoo Singapore News
  3. Frozen food package polluted by coronavirus could cause infection  Free Malaysia Today
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  1. New breast cancer treatment may be the difference between lumpectomy and mastectomy  WCPO 9
  2. This Stunning Photo Series Portrays the Faces of Breast Cancer You Don't Always See  Health.com
  3. How I Discovered I Had Male Breast Cancer  Curetoday.com
  4. Medical Moments: Services for those at high risk for breast cancer  WNEM TV5
  5. Shannen Doherty's poignant message as she shares her devastating breast cancer journey  7NEWS.com.au
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  1. GRAPH: COVID-19 hospital beds in use as of October 14, 2020  Denver7 – The Denver Channel
  2. Covid-19: Zero ICU beds available at Cork's main hospitals  Irish Examiner
  3. GRAPH: COVID-19 hospital beds in use as of October 13, 2020  Denver7 – The Denver Channel
  4. BREAKING: Covid-19 outbreak at Portlaoise hospital confirmed by HSE  Leinster Express
  5. Five confirmed Covid case in care at MUH today  Connaught Telegraph
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  1. COVID-19: 'Long COVID' may affect multiple parts of body and mind, doctors say  Newshub
  2. 'Long Covid' symptoms can last for months | Free to Read  Financial Times
  3. Excluding pregnant women from COVID-19 vaccine trials puts their health at risk  The Conversation CA
  4. Long Covid could actually be four different syndromes but scientists admit 'we still don't know'  Daily Mail
  5. 'Long Covid' could be four different syndromes - report  RTE.ie
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  1. ‘Long Covid’ may affect multiple parts of body and mind, say doctors  Hindustan Times
  2. COVID Survivor Tony Green Expresses Guilt for Hosting a Gathering That Infected 14 Family Members and Killed 2  Health.com
  3. COVID-19: Conspiracy theorists’ party leads to death of two family members  NEWS.com.au
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COVID-19 increasing in western Washington as fall weather sends more people indoors  KING 5View Full coverage on Google News
  1. New Covid-19 testing method designed in Canterbury could slash covid-19 test wait times.  New Zealand Herald
  2. Covid-19: NZ scientists look to saliva test to slash result wait time  Stuff.co.nz
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  1. Europe reporting 100000 COVID-19 cases per day | Second coronavirus pandemic wave | World News  WION
  2. Covid 19 coronavirus: Government responses linked to virus tolls  New Zealand Herald
  3. Covid deaths in Europe, US exceed official tallies  Yahoo News
  4. 279,700 extra deaths in the US so far in this pandemic year  The Conversation US
  5. Coronavirus pandemic: How scientists use reproduction rate to track virus spread ?  FRANCE 24 English
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  1. Thousands signing up to be deliberately exposed to Covid-19  Newstalk ZB
  2. Confirmed COVID reinfection in US raises questions about vaccine immunity  7NEWS.com.au
  3. Number of COVID patients in French intensive care units highest in nearly five months  Reuters
  4. Cork doctor recovering from Covid-19 doctor makes emotional national plea  Cork Beo
  5. Most people try to avoid COVID-19. But thousands are signing up to be deliberately exposed  CNN Philippines
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  1. Masks made mandatory outdoors in N.B. COVID-19 hotspots  CBC News: The National
  2. New Brunswick reports 6 new cases of COVID-19 on Monday  CBC.ca
  3. N.B. identifies six new cases of COVID-19 on Monday; highest total of active cases to date  CTV News Atlantic
  4. Six New COVID-19 Cases In N.B. Monday  country94.ca
  5. ‘Covid doesn’t take holidays’: New Brunswick now has 76 active cases, the most at any one time  Global News
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  1. 1st US case of person infected twice by coronavirus confirmed  THV11.com KTHV
  2. COVID-19 Reinfection Cases Raise Concern About Sustained Immunity to The Virus  ScienceAlert
  3. Nevada man becomes first in US to contract coronavirus twice  New York Post
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Pre-existing health conditions enhances fatality risk due to COVID-19  DevdiscourseView Full coverage on Google News
  1. Nearly 10,000 minks dead from Covid-19 outbreak at Utah fur farms  The Guardian
  2. COVID-19 Outbreak Kills Nearly 10,000 Minks On Utah Fur Farms  HuffPost
  3. Mink housed on Michigan farm test positive for coronavirus  KFOR Oklahoma City
  4. Thousands of farmed minks have died from COVID-19 in Utah | TheHill  The Hill
  5. 10,000 mink are dead in US after COVID-19 outbreaks at fur farms  WVLT
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  1. Covid-19 virus 'survives on some surfaces for 28 days'  RNZ
  2. Covid 19 coronavirus: Traces of virus 'survives on some surfaces for 28 days'  New Zealand Herald
  3. Can You Catch Covid From Cash? ACDP Scientists Say Virus Can Persist for 4 Weeks  Bloomberg
  4. CSIRO study reveals virus can survive up to 28 days on common surfaces  Sky News Australia
  5. Coronavirus stays on banknotes for up to 28 days and thrives in the cold, Australian research finds  Daily Mail
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  1. Hoping to outdo Trump’s ‘miracle cure,’ Israelis develop new antibody cocktail  The Times of Israel
  2. Tel Aviv U. researchers develop antibody cocktail against COVID-19  The Jerusalem Post
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  1. Can a TB vaccine from 1921 save lives from Covid-19?  RNZ
  2. Tuberculosis vaccine to be tested for effectiveness against COVID-19  Newshub
  3. BCG: Can a vaccine from 1921 save lives from Covid-19?  BBC News
  4. UK study tests if BCG vaccine protects against COVID  Arab News
  5. TB shot may help beat back COVID-19: researcher | Reuters Video  Reuters UK
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  1. A study confirms the development of type 1 diabetes in fetuses  AlKhaleej Today
  2. Type 2 diabetes diet: The Mexican-inspired lunch to help control blood sugar levels  Express
  3. Managing type 2 diabetes with Giloy: Know how the immunity-boosting herb can control blood sugar  Times Now
  4. Type 2 diabetes symptoms: The sign when you go to the toilet you could have the condition  Express
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  1. ‘I feel like I have dementia’: Brain fog plagues COVID-19 survivors  bdnews24.com
  2. ‘I Feel Like I Have Dementia’: How Brain Fog Plagues Covid-19 Survivors  The New York Times
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Pregnant women are likely to have mild covid-19 cases but suffer prolonged symptoms, study finds  The Washington PostView Full coverage on Google News
  1. Previous Infection With Other Types of Coronaviruses – Including Common Cold Viruses – May Lessen Severity of COVID-19  SciTechDaily
  2. Novel coronavirus can survive on skin for 9 hours: Study  Hindustan Times
  3. Scientists’ Advice for Ways to Ward off the Coronavirus  The Scientist
  4. Undermining breastfeeding will not alleviate the COVID-19 pandemic – Authors' reply  The Lancet
  5. COVID-19: Is the virus mutating?  BBC Focus Magazine
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  1. COVID-19 Outbreak Keeps Norwegian Havyard Shipyard Closed Third Week  The Maritime Executive
  2. Virus Outbreak Halts Shipbuilding at Norwegian Yard  gcaptain.com
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  1. Coronavirus: 'Don't blame it all on us' say Nottingham students  BBC News
  2. Nottingham records highest weekly rate of Covid-19 cases in England as Government urged to act  Evening Standard
  3. Coronavirus: Nottingham has highest Covid infection rate in UK  BBC News
  4. Nottinghamshire coronavirus cases rise significantly as Covid claims another life in the county  Nottinghamshire Live
  5. Nottingham Covid surge: Government told to act  BBC News
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