1. China's Wuhan province reports 17 new pneumonia cases  Yahoo India News
  2. Concern builds as mysterious virus spreads in China  KHOU 11
  3. Coronavirus: what airport measures are in place to detect sick passengers?  The Guardian
  4. Coronavirus: Australia's top health official says there is 'no current need' to enhance airport screening  The Guardian
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  1. Cervical cancer could be wiped out - saving hundreds of lives each year  Mirror Online
  2. Cervical cancer could be eliminated in England, experts say  The Guardian
  3. HPV puts 'strain' on sex and dating  BBC News
  4. 'I've been with the same partner for 25 years - how did I get HPV?'  inews
  5. Cervical cancer is an avoidable disease – in theory, at least  The Guardian
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  1. Diabetes, stroke, arthritis 3 times higher with early menopause  Free Malaysia Today
  2. Study: Early menopause increases health risks after 60  Malay Mail
  3. Premature menopause increases the risk of multiple health problems in your 60s  EurekAlert
  4. Early menopause raises risk of string of chronic conditions  Telegraph.co.uk
  5. Early onset of menopause can TRIPLE health risks in later life, new research suggests  Daily Mail
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  1. Australian scientists make breakthrough on preventing spread of dengue fever  China.org.cn
  2. Genetically engineered mosquitoes resist spreading any form of dengue  Science Magazine
  3. Mosquitoes engineered to repel dengue virus  Medical Xpress
  4. Genetically engineered mosquitoes are immune to all strains of dengue virus for first time  ABC News
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  1. Study reveals sepsis linked to 1-in-5 deaths worldwide  Free Malaysia Today
  2. 'Alarming' one in five deaths due to sepsis  BBC News
  3. Sepsis linked to 1-in-5 deaths worldwide: study  Bangkok Post
  4. 1 in 5 deaths globally are due to sepsis, study says -- many more than previously estimated  CNN
  5. Sepsis deaths around world 'twice as high as previously thought'  The Guardian
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  1. Opioid Crisis: a Perfect Storm of Poverty, Trauma, Availability and Pain  Live Trading News
  2. Study: Medicaid Expansion Associated with Reductions in Total Opioid Overdose Deaths  Pharmacy Times
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  1. New HIV infections among gay and bisexual men in the UK fall by 71 percent  News-Medical.net
  2. Could UK HIV transmissions really go down to near-zero by 2030? The latest report suggests so  aidsmap
  3. New HIV transmissions for gay and bisexual men in the UK drop 73 per cent in four years  PinkNews
  4. HIV transmissions drop 73% among gay and bisexual men thanks to PrEP pill  Sky News
  5. HIV rates fall by 73% in UK – thanks to pioneering drugs and rise in testing  The Sun
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  1. 170 people sickened at Yosemite National Park after likely norovirus outbreak  CNN
  2. 170 Sickened at Yosemite Amid Confirmed Cases of Norovirus  TIME
  3. Yosemite national park: 170 recent visitors suffer norovirus symptoms  The Guardian
  4. Yosemite National Park says 170 people ill in possible norovirus outbreak  CNA
  5. 170 Yosemite Valley visitors fall ill — norovirus confirmed in 2 cases so far  San Francisco Chronicle
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  1. Research Shows Marijuana Use Can Accelerate HPV-Related Cancer Growth  Nasdaq
  2. Researchers identify how marijuana accelerates growth of HPV-related head and neck cancer  News-Medical.net
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  1. Climate change could lead to more injuries and deaths  The Verge
  2. Climate crisis likely to increase violent deaths of young people – report  The Guardian
  3. Climate change-related injuries will kill thousands in the US  New Scientist News
  4. Global temperatures rising by just 3 degrees could lead to 2,100 Americans dying every year  Daily Mail
  5. Climate change could result in more car crashes and suicides - study  Newshub
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  1. Physicians spend 16 minutes using EHR for each patient encounter  Healio
  2. Doctors average 16 minutes on the computer for every patient  CNA
  3. Beware Virulent Deer and Confounding EHR Notes  AAFP News
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  1. Following a low-fat diet appears linked to lower testosterone levels in men  Malay Mail
  2. Following a low-fat diet appears to be linked to lower testosterone levels in men  Yahoo Singapore News
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  1. Study suggests average body temperature in humans falling  News-Medical.net
  2. Forget 98.6°F. Humans Are Cooling off — Here’s Why  EcoWatch
  3. Forget 98.6°F. Humans Are Cooling Off — Here's Why  Healthline
  4. Body temperature: What is the new normal?  Medical News Today
  5. Modern man is cooler than his Victorian forebears — 0.6C to be exact  The Times
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  1. Measles advisory in Boston: Northeastern University student diagnosed  Outbreak News Today
  2. Northeastern University student tests positive for measles  
  3. Northeastern Student Diagnosed With Measles  WBUR
  4. A Boston student has measles. What you should know.  Boston.com
  5. These Popular Boston Spots May Have Been Exposed to Measles. Here’s What to Know  NECN
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Royal Berkshire Hospital wards struck by norovirus  BBC NewsView full coverage on Google News
While survival rates soar for other cancers, funding gaps limit progress on cervical and uterine cancer  The VergeView full coverage on Google News
  1. Improve Sleep Apnea by Losing Fat in an Unexpected Body Part — The Tongue  SciTechDaily
  2. Fatty tongues could be main driver of sleep apnoea  BBC News
  3. Lose fat in your tongue to improve sleep apnea, study says  CNN
  4. Cutting tongue fat can improve sleep apnea  Futurity: Research News
  5. A Fat Tongue May Be Blocking Your Airways While You Sleep  Livescience.com
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  1. Bowel cancer: Taking this popular medication could help stave your risk of the disease  Express
  2. Daily dose of aspirin could lower bowel cancer risks, study suggests  Daily Mail
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  1. Single Dose of Antibodies Can Prevent HIV Infection in Newborns  SciTechDaily
  2. Single dose of antibodies can knock out HIV in newborns  Medical Xpress
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  1. Ask Dr. Nandi: Flu on the rise in MI  WXYZ-TV Detroit | Channel 7
  2. Flu Now Widespread in 45 States, What to Know  Healthline
  3. Increase of influenza B seen with this year's outbreak  UW Medicine
  4. Flu is surging in North Dakota. Here's what health officials say you should do  INFORUM
  5. At peak of flu season, medical experts still push for flu shots  WKBN27
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Flu hospitalizations spike in Montgomery County  WDTNTVView full coverage on Google News
  1. Artificial intelligence program developed which is better at picking up breast cancer | 7NEWS  7 NEWS Australia
  2. Google's DeepMind AI outperforms doctors in identifying breast cancer from X-ray images  Business Insider UK
  3. Researchers developing AI to detect breast cancer in mammograms  WGN News
  4. AI Beat Humans in Spotting Breast Tumors  WebMD
  5. What AI reading of mammograms could do for women  CNN
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  1. Health officials: Flu virus could spread more  KJRH -TV | Tulsa | Channel 2
  2. Cases Of Highly-Contagious RSV Spiking In Minnesota  WCCO | CBS Minnesota
  3. Infant twins battle dangerous virus that can be life-threatening  13abc Action News
  4. Doctors warn rise of RSV cases in Oklahoma, offer tips on keeping babies safe  KOCO Oklahoma City
  5. Wichita hospitals see increase in RSV cases in children  KWCH
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  1. Keto Diet - The Good, The Bad, The Ugly  BOOM
  2. Keto diet review: A nutritionist debunks myths about ketosis  NEWS.com.au
  3. This is the ultimate keto diet shopping list, with five easy meals you can make this week  AOL
  4. What Exactly Is the Keto Diet?  Chowhound
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  1. Study: Sleeping too long or not enough linked to pulmonary fibrosis  Malay Mail
  2. Sleeping too long or not enough linked to pulmonary fibrosis: new study  Yahoo News
  3. Short or long sleep associated with Pulmonary Fibrosis  Medical Xpress
  4. Pulmonary fibrosis associated with short and long sleep duration  News-Medical.net
  5. Too short, long sleep is bad for your lungs  Free Press Journal
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  1. Bringing awareness to Cervical Health Awareness Month  Manistee News Advocate
  2. Just ONE dose of the HPV vaccine could be as effective as three at preventing infection  Daily Mail
  3. Just 1 dose of the HPV vaccine may protect against infection, new study suggests  KPRC Click2Houston
  4. Malaria, cervical cancer vaccines lift Kenya  Business Daily
  5. One dose of this vaccine can do wonders  Free Press Journal
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  1. Woman suffering throat infection mistakenly told by hospital she had cancer  7NEWS.com.au
  2. Woman wrongly told she had cancer when software misheard doctor  Metro.co.uk
  3. Hospital apologises after mistakenly telling woman she had cancer due to voice software error  The Telegraph
  4. Throat infection patient Nicola Denyer from Ramsgate Kent told she had cancer by mistake  Daily Mail
  5. Woman told she has cancer in letter blunder  Kent Online
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  1. Three veterinary employees contract rabies after being bitten by a rabid kitten  WTRF
  2. Three people contract rabies after being bitten by a rabid kitten  WBOY.com
  3. Rabid kitten bites three veterinary employees in Monongalia County  WDTV
  4. Rabid kitten bites three veterinary employees in Morgantown, WV  WV News
  5. Rabid kitten bites 3 veterinary employees in Morgantown  WBOY.com
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  1. Flu season by the numbers  KHOU 11
  2. Why this year’s flu season is worse than last year  AccuWeather.com
  3. H1N1 Is Still Prevalent In M'sia: What You Can Do To Prevent It From Spreading  The Rakyat Post
  4. Flu Rates Rising, Pediatric Deaths Double Compared to 2018: CDC  Medscape
  5. A Twist As Flu Season Begins  CBS Chicago
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Hangover cure drips are dangerous, says NHS | News  The TimesView full coverage on Google News
Glamorgan man saves life of his son, 8, by donating his kidney to a stranger who gave his to boy  Daily MailView full coverage on Google News
  1. Doctor reveales how to how to cure a hangover with remedies for the morning after  7NEWS.com.au
  2. How to cure a hangover fast: Doctor-approved remedies  TODAY
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  1. Seattle will ban kids from school if they aren’t vaccinated  BGR
  2. Seattle school system says if students aren't vaccinated, they can't return to classes  My TV20 Detroit
  3. Video Now: Seattle Schools Make Vaccines Mandatory  WPRI
  4. Thousands of Seattle students told to get vaccinated, or don’t come back after winter break  KIRO Seattle
  5. Seattle public school students told to get vaccinated or don't return to school after winter break  Daily Mail
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Man refuses to believe he gave multiple women a sexually transmitted disease  Daily MailView full coverage on Google News
  1. Exercise may help prevent seven different types of cancer  BGR
  2. Getting Just The Recommended Amount Of Exercise May Reduce Cancer Risk  Forbes
  3. Running on a treadmill, exercising for 15 hrs a week can lower colon cancer risk in men  Economic Times
  4. Recommended amounts of physical activity associated with reduced risk for seven cancers  News-Medical.net
  5. Physical Activity May Lower Risk Of Certain Types Of Cancers  News18
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  1. Doctors: UAE immunisation programme an effective barrier  The National
  2. Creeping vaccine hesitancy is a public health threat, scientists warn  The National
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  1. Revisiting HIV outbreak in Sindh  Daily Times
  2. New York City Hits HIV Target Goals Two Years Ahead of Schedule  HivPlusMag.com
  3. 'HIV/AIDS due for new, comforting name' – Daily Trust  Daily Trust
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'Tough Year' for Measles and other Infectious Diseases in U.S.  EDGEOnTheNetView full coverage on Google News
  1. Can the cold kill you?  Dhaka Tribune
  2. It's well known that flu can be deadly — but here's why the common cold can be a killer too  inews
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Women with Single Dose of HPV Vaccine Gain Similar Protection as Multiple Doses  Global Health News WireView full coverage on Google News