Spit could unlock skin cancer questions  7NEWS

Researchers want 20000 Aussies to hand over their saliva as part of a vast project to work out what role genes play in the development of skin cancer.

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  1. Mosquito Control Crews To Spray Larvicide South Broward Following Case Of Dengue  CBS Miami
  2. Nearby cases of Dengue fever raising concerns in Palm Beach County  WPEC
  3. Broward Mosquito Control Combing Neighborhoods For Dengue-Carrying Pests  CBS Miami
  4. Broward Mosquito Control Making Rounds After Locally Transmitted Case Of Dengue  CBS Miami
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  1. Blast sparks fire at Russian laboratory housing smallpox virus  The Guardian
  2. An explosion rocked a Russian research facility known for housing the smallpox virus  Bulletin of the Atomic Scientists
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  1. New shipment increases measles vaccine cover  waateanews.com
  2. More than 50000 new measles vaccines to be distributed across the country this week  Stuff.co.nz
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  1. Friday's Daily Brief: 12 million may miss school, Bangladesh and Mali updates, Kenya's malaria vaccine, land degradation pact  UN News
  2. Malaria vaccine in Kenya - a potential game-changer  BBC News
  3. World's First Malaria Vaccine is today being rolled out in parts of Kenya  KTN News Kenya
  4. Kenya launches the world's first malaria vaccine  Telegraph.co.uk
  5. World's first malaria vaccine released in Kenya, Ghana and Malawi  BBC News
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  1. Eighth confirmed human case of EEE diagnosed in Bristol County  Boston 25 News
  2. Climate Change Brings New Danger to Travelers in These Parts of the U.S.  Fodor's Travel
  3. Man From Bristol County Infected With EEE  CBS Boston
  4. 8th EEE victim is from northeast Bristol County  SouthCoastToday.com
  5. VIDEO NOW: Mass. officials on EEE  WPRI
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  1. First peanut allergy treatment gains backing from FDA advisory panel  Science Magazine
  2. The U.S. Health-Care System Found a Way to Make Peanuts Cost $4,200  The Atlantic
  3. First peanut allergy treatment to be reviewed by FDA panel  msnNOW
  4. For Children With Peanut Allergies, F.D.A. Experts Recommend a New Treatment  The New York Times
  5. FDA advisory committee recommends peanut allergy treatment for approval  NBC News
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  1. Two new vision tests may help doctors see Alzheimer’s coming  Considerable
  2. Eyes Are Windows To The Genetic Risk for Alzheimers  Science Times
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Scientists rethink Alzheimer's, diversifying the drug search  The Public's Radio

In this Aug. 14, 2019 photo provided by the University of Kentucky, Donna Wilcock, of the Sanders-Brown Center on Aging, holds a brain in her lab in Lexington, ...

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  1. Q'town measles tally at 19  Otago Daily Times
  2. Harris says social media companies should ban accounts that spread misinformation about vaccines  thejournal.ie
  3. Vaccine Alliance launched to boost childhood rates  RTE.ie
  4. Health Minister Simon Harris keeping 'open mind' over mandatory vaccinations for kids  Irish Mirror
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  1. Lasker Awards Honor Advances in Immunology, Breast Cancer  Medscape
  2. Immune-cell pioneers win prestigious Lasker medical award  Nature.com
  3. Six decades after big find, Melbourne scientist wins 'America's Nobel'  Sydney Morning Herald
  4. Herceptin Inventors, Immunology Pioneers Take Home 2019 Lasker Awards  Xconomy
  5. Lasker Awards Honor Advances in Modern Immunology  The New York Times
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  1. Mass. launches third extensive round of mosquito spraying  Boston 25 News
  2. Communities continue to spray for mosquitoes amid EEE outbreak  WCVB Channel 5 Boston
  3. Massachusetts seeks NIH help to treat deadly mosquito-borne virus  Daily Mail
  4. New round of aerial spraying announced for EEE in critical, high-risk towns  WCVB Boston
  5. How to spot and prevent EEE  13 ON YOUR SIDE
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  1. Strong Women: 'I had heart failure at 27 – so a workout for me is walking to the shops'  Herald Publicist
  2. 'I had heart failure at 27, for me a workout is walking to the shops'  Metro.co.uk
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  1. Dad travels to Ukraine to confront drug dealer who sold deadly pills  Metro.co.uk
  2. Bethany Shipsey: Dad confronts seller of diet pills that killed daughter  BBC News
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7 killed in NE Nigeria following yellow fever outbreak  cgtn.com

At least seven deaths have been confirmed following an outbreak of yellow fever in Nigeria's northeast region, a local health official said Friday. The two ...

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  1. Massachusetts human Eastern Equine Encephalitis cases rise to 7  Outbreak News Today
  2. EEE Mosquito Virus: 5-year-old in hospital with rare, mosquito-borne virus in Mass.  Boston 25 News
  3. 2 new human cases of EEE confirmed in Mass.  WCVB Channel 5 Boston
  4. Massachusetts Race Postponed Due to Rare Mosquito-Borne Virus. Should You Worry?  runnersworld.com
  5. Seven human cases of EEE confirmed in Massachusetts  WWLP-22News
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New measures in place after another case of EEE reported in Massachusetts  WWLP-22News

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  1. Houston City Hall goes blue for Prostate Cancer Awareness Month  KHOU 11
  2. Ride for prostate cancer awareness also a tribute to a much-loved dad  Stuff.co.nz
  3. Fox Chase Cancer Center Highlights Warning Signs and Risk Factors for Prostate Cancer  foxchase.org
  4. Three buildings in downtown Boise to light up blue Tuesday  KTVB.com
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One-off injection will save children from inherited blindness  The Guardian

NHS England to fund treatment costing £613000 for rare blindness disorder.

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  1. Second death linked to vaping as health authorities investigate  7NEWS
  2. Vaping health risks 2019: doctors don’t know why hundreds of people are sick  Vox.com
  3. Vaping lung disease symptoms: Here's what the CDC says to watch out for  Fast Company
  4. Summit County Public Health: 'Stop vaping immediately'  WKYC.com
  5. Oregon Health Authority investigates death possibly linked to vaping  KPTV.com
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  1. Type 2 diabetes: Eating more of this food for breakfast could prevent blood sugar spikes  Express
  2. Type 2 diabetes: The best drink to have at breakfast to lower blood sugar all day  The Indian Express
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  1. A Strange Thing Happens if You Use Mouthwash After You Exercise  ScienceAlert
  2. Scientists reveal why you should never use mouthwash after exercising  Mirror Online
  3. Mouthwash can block some positive effects of exercise  New Atlas
  4. Have High Blood Pressure? You May Want To Cut Back On Mouthwash  mindbodygreen.com
  5. Mouthwash may block blood pressure benefit triggered by exercise  SlashGear
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  1. Sedentary lifestyle for 20 years linked to doubled early mortality risk compared to being active  Science Daily
  2. Couch potatoes have twice the risk of an early death, major study suggests  The Telegraph
  3. Couch potatoes double their risk of dying young while those who exercise have best chance of survival, study  The Sun
  4. 20 years of sedentary lifestyle associated with double mortality risk: Study  ANI News
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  1. 3 more die of dengue though new infections mark 'significant fall'  Prothom Alo English
  2. 2 die of dengue in Chattogram, Khulna  The Daily Star
  3. Number of fresh dengue cases continues to fall  Dhaka Tribune
  4. Dengue claims another life in Chattogram  The Daily Star
  5. Dengue claims 2 more lives  Dhaka Tribune
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Fatal overdoses down 22% in Ohio | Ohio | Journal Gazette  Fort Wayne Journal Gazette

COLUMBUS, Ohio – The number of fatal drug overdoses in Ohio declined for the first time since 2009, according to state health officials, a miles ...

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  1. Teens who take birth control face increased risk of depression as adults: BC study  Caledonia Courier
  2. Taking the Pill as a teenager ‘increases your risk of depression and suicide’  The Sun
  3. Taking the pill as a teenager may have long-lasting effect on depression risk  The Conversation - Canada
  4. Teen birth control use linked to depression risk in adulthood  Medical Xpress
  5. Women who took the Pill as teenagers are 'up to THREE TIMES more likely to develop depression'  Daily Mail
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  1. Niagara mosquitoes test positive for West Nile Virus  ThoroldNews.com
  2. Crystal Lake to spray after West Nile Virus detected  Northwest Herald
  3. OKC Paralyzed After Diagnosed With West Nile Virus  news9.com KWTV
  4. Fulton County woman diagnosed with West Nile virus  Atlanta Journal Constitution
  5. Mosquitoes in St.Catharines, Welland, Port Colborne and West Lincoln test positive for West Nile  Newstalk 610 CKTB (iHeartRadio)
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  1. 'Wonder material' graphene can be used to prevent mosquito bites  CNET
  2. Graphene-Lined Clothes Might Become the Chemical-Free Answer to Mosquito Bites  Core77.com
  3. Graphene-Coated Fabric Causes Mosquitoes to Buzz Off  Smithsonian.com
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  1. Pinterest will direct vaccine searches to major health groups  CNA
  2. Pinterest's new vaccine search will offer something rare on social media: facts  The Guardian
  3. Pinterest will now surface reliable information when people search for vaccine terms  The Verge
  4. WHO Director-General Statement on the Role of Social Media Platforms in Health Information  World Health Organization
  5. You Can Now Find Legit Vaccine Information on Pinterest  Lifehacker
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  1. Everything you need to know about measles: 849 cases throughout New Zealand  New Zealand Herald
  2. Auckland measles outbreak: visitors to the city warned to get vaccinated  Stuff.co.nz
  3. Measles outbreak: 300 students sent home from Manurewa High School  New Zealand Herald
  4. Measles outbreak: Manurewa High School tells unvaccinated students to stay home  Newshub
  5. Those not vaccinated for measles should stay away from Auckland as outbreak increases, Ministry of Health warns  TVNZ
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  1. Taking birth control pills as a teenager may lead to an increased risk for depression, even years after st ...  PsyPost
  2. Teen birth control use linked to higher depression risk as an adult, says new research  CBC.ca
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  1. New warning about rare mosquito-borne illness that has killed 1  ABC News
  2. Public Health Officials Warn About Eastern Equine Encephalitis  Medscape
  3. VIDEO: Mosquito concerns ramping up  WFSB 3
  4. Michigan girl, 14, is on life support with suspected case of the mosquito-borne disease  Daily Mail
  5. Horse tests positive for EEE in Northwood  WMUR-TV
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