1. Measles confirmed in Detroit resident who returned from overseas travel  WXYZ-TV Detroit | Channel 7
  2. El Paso Sees Rise In Measles Cases For The First Time in 25 Years  Sara A. Carter
  3. Detroit measles case confirmed in resident who returned from overseas  WDIV ClickOnDetroit
  4. Case of measles confirmed in Detroit after overseas travel  Fox 2 Detroit
  5. Measles case confirmed in Detroit: Exposure sites, what to know  Detroit Free Press
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  1. Sheraton Atlanta gives update on Legionnaires' testing, open date and status of employees  11Alive
  2. Atlanta hotel to be closed for nearly 1 month after Legionella cases  WSB Atlanta
  3. Health officials investigate cases of Legionnaires’ at Harlem NYCHA building  PIX11 New York
  4. Legionnaires’ Update: Sheraton Atlanta closed through mid-August  Atlanta Journal Constitution
  5. Legionnaires’ disease outbreak update: Sheraton Atlanta will remain closed until at least mid-August&nbs  Atlanta Journal Constitution
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  1. Music is as good as a sedative in calming patients’ nerves before operation  Times of India
  2. Listening to Music Before Getting Anesthesia Can Help You Stay Calm  Gizmodo
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  1. WHO urges to support DR Congo in fight against deadly Ebola virus  United News of India
  2. African Union warns travel curbs would hurt DRC's Ebola response  Al Jazeera English
  3. WHO says investigators conclude Ebola victim did not enter Rwanda  The New Times
  4. Daily double-digit Ebola cases continue in DRC  CIDRAP
  5. Public Health Emergency: Ebola outbreak in Congo  Breaking Belize News
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Exercise in Space Keeps Astronauts From Fainting on Earth  News18

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  1. Millennials are turning to Netflix to cope with burnout, and it highlights the similarities between technology  Business Insider India
  2. Millennials using Netflix, Hulu, TV to cope with burnout  Business Insider
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  1. Mum gave birth to beautiful twins - and was dead 48 hours later  Birmingham Live
  2. New mother never saw twins after NHS failure to treat sepsis  The Telegraph
  3. New mum died from sepsis just 48 hours after giving birth to twins  Mirror Online
  4. 'Fit and healthy' mum died from sepsis hours after giving birth  Metro.co.uk
  5. Wolverhampton hospital's 'regret' over new mum's death  BBC News
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  1. ‘Chronic Liver Ailments on an all-time rise’: Experts  Guwahati Plus
  2. 'Still just waiting for that opportune moment': Family of Ontario woman turn to Facebook for liver donor  Yahoo Style
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  1. One In Six ‘Broken Heart Syndrome' Patients Also Have Cancer, Says Study  News18
  2. Broken heart can give you cancer, finds AHA Study  Specialty Medical Dialogues
  3. ‘Broken Heart Syndrome’ and cancer are linked, scientists say  KRON4
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  1. Mother wrongly diagnosed with breast cancer has double mastectomy before doctors realise their mistake  The Telegraph
  2. Mum, 28, had chemotherapy and mastectomy only to be told she did not have cancer  Mirror.co.uk
  3. Mother-of-two, 28, has breasts removed after bungling doctors wrongly diagnose her with cancer  Daily Mail
  4. Mum has double mastectomy and chemo before docs admit they MISDIAGNOSED her with breast cancer  The Sun
  5. Mum had chemotherapy, mastectomy – to be told she DIDN'T have cancer - Daily Star  Daily Star
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  1. Market for HIV Prevention Drugs May More Than Double, Citi Says  BloombergQuint
  2. Merck Could Be a Big Winner in the HIV Prevention Market, Analysts Say  Barron's
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  1. Reasons decoded: Why dengue cases on the rise?  Elets
  2. Bigger Aedes mosquito population identified as key reason for surge in dengue cases  CNA
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  1. Mental illnesses are associated with a lifelong burden of obesity, diabetes, and cardiovascular disease: stu..  ETHealthworld.com
  2. Tacoma residents upset over another mental health hospital proposed in their neighborhood  Q13 FOX
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  1. Both Diastolic, Systolic Blood Pressure Indicate Heart Attack Risks  Interesting Engineering
  2. Both the "top" and "bottom" blood pressure numbers can increase your risk of heart attack and stroke, study says  CNN
  3. What is a healthy blood pressure?  NBCNews.com
  4. Study: Top, bottom blood pressure numbers each predict cardiovascular risk  UPI News
  5. When It Comes To Blood Pressure Both Numbers Matter, New Study Says  CBS Boston
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  1. Flesh-Eating Bacteria Linked To More Deaths: How To Avoid It | TODAY  TODAY
  2. What you need to know to protect yourself from flesh-eating bacteria  WVLT.TV
  3. Newsfeed Now for July 18: “Faceapp” warning; Flesh-eating bacteria in Tennessee  KARK
  4. Texas father-of-six dies after four days battling flesh-eating bacteria  Daily Mail
  5. Texas Man Dies After Contracting Flesh-Eating Bacteria, Wife Says He Didn’t Swim  The Epoch Times
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  1. Doctor Bob discusses important information about Alzheimer's Disease  WBIR
  2. Alzheimer's Blood Test on the Horizon  Medscape
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  1. Sexting not so common after all: Study  New Kerala
  2. Teen sexting is an overblown moral panic, according to a new study  MIT Technology Review
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  1. Signs of heat exhaustion to watch for this weekend  WGME
  2. How to spot and treat heat exhaustion vs. heat stroke  WKBW TV | Buffalo, NY
  3. New York's Southern Tier may see 110-degree heat index. Here's what you should know.  Press & Sun-Bulletin
  4. Impending heat wave could pose health risks  WCPO.com | 9 On Your Side
  5. Avoiding heat exhaustion during heat wave  THV11
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  1. Here's why Alzheimer's is more prevalent in women than men?  ANI News
  2. Biological Basis for the 'Female Advantage' in Alzheimer's  Medscape
  3. Clues to Women's Higher Odds for Alzheimer's  WebMD
  4. Why are women more likely than men to develop Alzheimer's?  Atlanta Journal Constitution
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Should obesity be recognized as a disease?  domain-B

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  1. For $4,000, This Genetic Counselor Will Screen Your DNA for Thousands of Diseases  BloombergQuint
  2. The Genetic Counselor with a $4000 DNA Test  Bloomberg
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  1. Scientists find new way to kill disease-carrying mosquitoes  New Delhi Times
  2. ‘New technique wipes out mosquitoes on two Chinese islands’  The Tribune India
  3. Scientists wiped out mosquitoes on two islands using new method  Inkstone
  4. Chinese scientists' new technique to wipe out mosquito populations may provide vital new weapon against range of deadly diseases  TODAYonline
  5. Mosquitoes have been almost completely wiped out on two Chinese islands  CNN
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  1. HEALTH WARNING: Tick-borne illnesses on the rise  KETKnbc
  2. Tick-borne illnesses beyond Lyme disease are increasing  WTHR
  3. Beware of ticks: Here's how to identify 6 species  SILive.com
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  1. The thousands of Birmingham kids being treated for these mental health conditions  Birmingham Live
  2. Thousands go missing from mental health hospitals in England each year - NHS  Sky News
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  1. Heading on holiday? Spotting the signs of melanoma is as easy as 'ABCDE'  Gloucestershire Live
  2. Millions of Brits at risk as skin cancer rates soar by 45% – the warning signs you need to know  The Sun
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  1. How to stay safe from bacteria in coastal waters  WSMV Nashville
  2. Woman gets flesh-eating bacteria from beach in Virginia  CBS 17
  3. Woman contracts flesh-eating bacteria after swimming in water for 10 minutes  NEWS.com.au
  4. Woman gets flesh-eating bacteria from beach in Va.  WWBT NBC12 News
  5. How to avoid flesh eating bacteria  WTAP-TV
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  1. Does the bone broth diet really work for weight loss?  Times of India
  2. ‘I tried Kourtney K’s strict keto diet for a week, and loved it’  Body and Soul
  3. Weight loss story: “My friends kept me out of activities because of my excess weight and it hurt me!”  Times of India
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  1. Fever pitch: Dengue, malaria & typhoid overtake rain in Hyderabad  Times of India
  2. Hyderabad witnessing spurt in diseases with onset of monsoon  The Siasat Daily
  3. Hyderabad witnessing spurt in vector, water-borne diseases with onset of monsoon  Deccan Chronicle
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Mosquitoes in Massachusetts test positive for EEE  WWLP-22News

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  1. Should obesity be recognised as a disease?  Specialty Medical Dialogues
  2. Obesity is not a choice driven by greed – it’s a disease epidemic, doctors argue  The Sun
  3. Obesity should be classed as a disease to remove the stigma it is 'self-inflicted' medics say  The Telegraph
  4. Obesity should be classified as a DISEASE because it is 'not always patients' fault', scientists say  Daily Mail
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  1. Swine Flu: From symptoms to treatment, know how to stay safe  Elets
  2. Manipur: 18-year-old youth dies of swine flu in Imphal  The Indian Express
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  1. WHO: Invest in eliminating hepatitis  World Health Organization (WHO)
  2. How to conquer Hepatitis  The Nation Newspaper
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  1. Philadelphia Health Department Launches Media Campaign On Dangers Of Children Eating Sugary Snacks  CBS Philly
  2. In a city of Tastykakes and water ice, Philly health officials declare war on sugary snacks for kids  The Philadelphia Inquirer
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Woman gets flesh-eating bacteria from beach in Virginia  CBS 17

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  1. Ultra-processed foods have been villainised for years – but they’re not all bad  Scroll.in
  2. How processed food makes us fat  The Washington Post
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  1. Advances In The Global Search For Blood Markers For Alzheimer's Disease And Other Dementias  THE WEEK
  2. Alzheimers spread differently in men, women more likely to develop it: new study  Firstpost
  3. Scientists close in on blood test for Alzheimer’s  Hindustan Times
  4. New insights into why women develop Alzheimer's more than men  New Atlas
  5. Protein clue may explain why women with Alzheimer’s tend to decline more quickly than men  The Independent
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  1. Menstrual cups safe, practical and cheap: Study  Hindustan Times
  2. Menstrual cups safe but awareness low, says Lancet study  The Indian Express
  3. Menstrual Cups Are Safe, But Questions Remain About 'Toxic Shock' Risk, Review Finds  Live Science
  4. Menstrual cups are as leakproof as tampons, says new research  Metro.co.uk
  5. Menstrual cups as safe and effective as tampons, says scientific review  The Independent
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  1. Flesh eating bacteria; What you need to know  News 19 WLTX
  2. Texas man dies days after contracting flesh-eating bacteria during Fourth of July beach trip, wife says  Fox News
  3. Flesh-eating bacteria kills man in Texas, and it’s spreading to other areas, study says  Fort Worth Star-Telegram
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  1. Alberta health officials declare province-wide syphilis outbreak  The Globe and Mail
  2. Outbreak called as syphilis rates jump in Alberta  Edmonton Journal
  3. Alberta government declares syphilis outbreak  660 NEWS
  4. Worst since 1948: Edmonton the epicentre of syphilis outbreak declared in Alberta  Edmonton Journal
  5. Alberta declares province-wide syphilis outbreak  CTV News
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  1. Richland County beating back mosquitoes after West Nile is found  WIS10
  2. Omaha man trying to recover from West Nile Virus  KETV NewsWatch 7
  3. Helicopter sprays mosquito killer over Palm Springs, east valley. Fight against West Nile virus stepped up  The Desert Sun
  4. West Nile Virus confirmed in South Carolina  WBTW - Myrtle Beach and Florence SC
  5. Man diagnosed with West Nile virus loses ability to breathe, walk  KETV Omaha
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  1. Why people with mental illness may face poorer physical health and early death  CNN
  2. Mental illness: Physical health cuts life expectancy by 20 years  NEWS.com.au
  3. People with mental illness experience poorer physical health, and the gap may be getting worse, experts say  ABC News
  4. Mental illness means shorter life expectancy but physical health is key, experts say  Sydney Morning Herald
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  1. Wife says husband contracted flesh-eating bacteria kayaking on Tennessee River  NewsChannel 5
  2. Man facing death after contracting flesh-eating bacteria on kayaking trip  NEWS.com.au
  3. Man contracts flesh-eating disease after kayaking on Tennessee River, wife says  Boston 25 News
  4. Alabama father-of-eight is in the ICU with a flesh-eating infection after kayaking  Daily Mail
  5. Man 'fighting for his life' after contracting flesh-eating bacteria on kayaking trip  New York Post
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  1. Need a tissue? Pollen count rockets as eyes and noses stream across Gloucestershire  Gloucestershire Live
  2. Hay fever RASH and 3 other unusual symptoms of pollen allergies revealed  The Sun
  3. Pollen count warning: High counts across UK today - the unexpected remedy for hay fever  Express
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  1. Indian scientists find out molecular mechanism behind the dormant Tuberculosis bacteria  Firstpost
  2. Indian scientists find out molecular mechanism behind the dormant Tuberculosis virus  Firstpost
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  1. New affordable, cancer tissue-freezing device can kill tumours  Economic Times
  2. Cancer tissue-freezing may help patients cut treatment cost  Hindustan Times
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  1. B.C. man dies of rabies after coming into contact with a bat  CBC News
  2. B.C. man dies of rare viral rabies infection after contact with a bat  Kamloops Matters
  3. B.C. man dies of rare viral rabies infection after contact with bat  CANOE
  4. B.C. man dies of rabies after coming into contact with bat  CBC News
  5. B.C. man dies of rabies after contact with a bat on Vancouver Island  Vancouver Sun
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  1. DC Mayor announces 42 sites for free vaccinations  WUSA9
  2. Free measles vaccinations will be available at health centers across D.C., in all 8 wards  WJLA
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Atlanta hotel closes during investigation into reported cases of Legionnaires' disease  11Alive

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  1. Seattle Children's nurse has 10th case of measles in King County  KING 5
  2. New measles case confirmed with possible exposures in Kenmore, Seattle  KOMO News
  3. New measles case in King County had exposure at Seattle Children's  KING5.com
  4. Seattle Children’s nurse diagnosed with measles  Q13 News Seattle
  5. Seattle Children`s nurse diagnosed with measles  Q13 FOX
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  1. Swine Flu Prevention Tips: Add These Nutrients To Your Diet To Prevent H1N1 Virus  NDTV News
  2. 26-Year-Old Woman Dies Of Swine Flu In Mumbai  NDTV News
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