1. This common drug you already have at home might save your life from COVID-19  BGR
  2. Asprin use may cut death risk in severe Covid patients  Times of India
  3. This Common Medication Could Save You From Deadly COVID Complications  Yahoo Lifestyle
  4. Asprin may lower death risk in patients with severe COVID-19, says study  Times Now
  5. Hospitalized coronavirus patients who take daily aspirin have lower death risk, study finds  Fox News
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  1. Mouthwashes, oral rinses may inactivate human coronavirus, shows study  Business Standard
  2. Wildfire smoke may have helped Covid-19 spread, mouthwash helps curb it, studies say  The Sun Daily
  3. What those studies on mouthwash and coronaviruses actually mean  The Washington Post
  4. What You Really Need To Know About COVID-19 & Mouthwash  Refinery29
  5. VERIFY: Study shows mouthwash may inactivate coronavirus, but not a cure  KING5.com
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COVID-19 continues to spread in Canada  The Star OnlineView 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. Multistate Listeria Outbreak Sickens 7 Mass. Residents  NBC10 Boston
  4. CDC warns of multi-state Listeria outbreak linked to deli meats  CNN
  5. Deadly listeria outbreak possibly linked to deli meat  UPI News
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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. Millions more people in England face strictest coronavirus rules as cases rise - BBC News  BBC News
  2. Covid-19: Call for 'exit strategy' as South Yorkshire enters tier 3  BBC News
  3. Sheffield mayor says £41m from government 'not end of discussion'  The Guardian
  4. Covid-19: South Yorkshire wakes up to tier 3 restrictions  BBC News
  5. Sheffield revellers hit the streets for final night of partying before Tier 3 lockdown  Daily Star
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  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. Cancer Screenings Lag; New Rad-Onc Payment Model Delayed; Sex in Survivors  MedPage Today
  2. Simple steps to make sure you are getting the proper care when it comes to breast cancer prevent...  KSAT 12
  3. Countering Covid-19's threat to community-based cancer care  STAT
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New study: aspirin use reduces risk of death in hospitalized patients  EurekAlertView Full coverage on Google News
Diabetes type 2: The 25p tea you can drink at home to improve insulin and blood sugar  ExpressView Full coverage on Google News
  1. Cancer Center adopts new patient-centric innovation for breast cancer procedures  Loma Linda University Health
  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
  4. Help fight breast cancer by getting screened at 'Mammo-Thon' on October 25  FOX 2 St. Louis
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  1. Who's At Risk For 'Long COVID?'  WebMD
  2. Women aged 50-60 at greatest risk of ‘long Covid’, experts suggest  The Guardian
  3. 5 risk factors that could lead to a prolonged COVID-19 recovery  BGR
  4. Covid-19 Reinfections Are Real. Should You Be Worried?  Bloomberg
  5. What are the symptoms of COVID-19? The full list, according to the CDC  CNET
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  1. Euro Roundup: UK revs up for COVID vaccine approval  Regulatory Focus
  2. Britain authorises temporary use of flu vaccine to help meet demand  Reuters UK
  3. Flublok vaccine given authorisation for temporary supply in the UK to meet public health need  GOV.UK
  4. UK authorises temporary use of Flublok vaccine to help meet demand amid Covid-19 pandemic  The Straits Times
  5. Government buys millions of flu jabs from US to cope with increased demand  Telegraph.co.uk
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  1. Coronavirus: Vaccines tested may make people more vulnerable to HIV  re:Jerusalem
  2. Some COVID-19 Vaccine Candidates May Make People More Vulnerable to HIV, Scientists Warn  ScienceAlert
  3. Cure worse than disease? Some Covid-19 vaccines may increase HIV risk, scientists warn  RT
  4. Few COVID-19 vaccines may increase risk of HIV infections: Researchers  WION
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  1. Keeping hypertension under control during COVID-19 pandemic - Opinion  Jakarta Post
  2. The dangers of hypertension in young adults  Medical Xpress
  3. This is the best time to take your blood pressure reading  Times of India
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  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. Abnormalities spotted in lungs of 60% coronavirus patients months later: Oxford University study  WION
  3. Hospitalized COVID-19 patients can have ongoing symptoms for months: Study - The Jakarta Post  Jakarta Post
  4. Serious ongoing symptoms in COVID-19 survivors  News-Medical.Net
  5. 'COVID-19 patients show symptoms in months': Oxford  Anadolu Agency
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  1. The global kidney disease market is expected to reach US$ 133,444.71 million by 2027 from US$ 81,128.11 million in 2019  GlobeNewswire
  2. People with kidney disease face THREE-FOLD higher risks of dying from COVID-19  Daily Mail
  3. Kidney disease tied to high death rates in COVID patients  CIDRAP
  4. Hyderabad in for more trouble due to climate change: Scientists  Times of India
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  1. Scientists find new organ in throat while testing for prostate cancer  Sky News
  2. Surprise! There's a Secret Organ in Your Head  Popular Mechanics
  3. Scientists Accidentally Discover New Organ Inside The Human Head  IFLScience
  4. Scientists discover new organ in the throat  Live Science
  5. Doctors may have discovered new organs — in the middle of your head  New York Post
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  1. Cats Carry Deadly Diseases, and It’s Costing Australia $6 Billion Every Year  Gizmodo Australia
  2. Cat-dependent diseases cost Australian economy $5.8 billion a year  The Straits Times
  3. Cats carry diseases that can be deadly to humans, and it’s costing Australia $6 billion every year  The New Daily
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  1. Covid-19: Antibodies fade quickly in recovering patients  BusinessLine
  2. In recovering COVID-19 patients, antibodies fade quickly  Medical Xpress
  3. Texas 14-year-old researching COVID 19 treatment wins $25,000  KTRK-TV
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Queues in China for experimental Covid-19 vaccine - BBC News  BBC NewsView Full coverage on Google News
Vaccine storage issues could leave 3B people without access  Taiwan NewsView Full coverage on Google News
  1. How one man's trip abroad led to 56 cases of Covid-19  RTÉ News
  2. Coronavirus: Man who didn't isolate after return from holiday led to at least 56 Covid-19 infections  Independent.ie
  3. Fifty-six Covid-19 cases linked to man who failed to isolate after trip abroad  The Irish Times
  4. A man from this region infected 56 people with Covid-19 after failing to isolate after returning from abroad  Midwest Radio
  5. How one Irish super-spreader infected 56 people with Covid-19 after trip abroad  Irish Mirror
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  1. Dutch man unable to walk, talk or eat for eight years is cured after taking sleeping pill AMBIEN  Daily Mail
  2. Man with brain injury unable to walk and talk briefly recovers after sleeping pill treatment  NEWS.com.au
  3. Man who couldn’t talk or move for 8 years ‘wakes up’ 20 minutes after docs gave him sleeping drug  The Sun
  4. Sleeping drug awakens patient's ability to walk and talk again  The Times
  5. Man unable to move or talk for eight years briefly recovers after sleeping pill treatment  New Zealand Herald
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  1. Deaths from dementia and Alzheimers at home up 79 per cent in pandemic  Hull Live
  2. Deaths at home: More than 26,000 extra this year, ONS finds  BBC News
  3. Deaths from dementia and Alzheimer’s at home rise 79% during coronavirus – ONS  AOL UK
  4. Cancer deaths in private homes in England soar 50 per cent since start of coronavirus  Mirror Online
  5. One-third of excess deaths in US during pandemic were not due to the coronavirus: Study  Washington Examiner
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  1. Live Covid-19 Global Updates: UNICEF Plans to Stockpile Syringes  The New York Times
  2. UN stockpiling billion syringes for Covid-19 vaccine  RFI
  3. Unicef unveils plan to stockpile half a billion vaccine syringes by Christmas  Telegraph.co.uk
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  1. Coronavirus can survive on human skin for up to nine hours: Study  NEWS HEADS
  2. Coronavirus survives on skin five times longer than flu - study  Times of Malta
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  1. The seven signs of ‘life-threatening’ high blood pressure - and you may be ignoring them  Express
  2. How to measure your own blood pressure  Heart & Stroke
  3. Apart from diet and exercise, try these home remedies for management of hypertension or high blood pressure  Times Now
  4. High blood pressure: Activities to help lower your risk of developing hypertension  Express
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  1. Managing the menopause: symptoms, treatments and advice from the experts  harpersbazaar.com
  2. The happy menopause: how to avoid symptoms through smart nutrition  Telegraph.co.uk
  3. Breaking the taboo: Women mixing menopause with martinis as a call for change  RNZ
  4. Why we should all stop talking about the menopause writes ALEXANDRA SHULMAN  Daily Mail
  5. Are you suffering in silence from the 'menopocalypse'?  Telegraph.co.uk
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  1. COVID-19 roundup: Cold antibodies won't protect, heightened risk for cancer patients | Daily Sabah  Daily Sabah
  2. What We Know And Don't Know About COVID-19 Reinfection Cases  ScienceAlert
  3. Next COVID-19 Drug Target: Viral “Molecular Scissor”  SciTechDaily
  4. Researchers Just Found That Antibody Levels Decline Soon After Coronavirus Symptoms End  Forbes
  5. Can you get infected with Covid-19 twice? It's complicated  CNN International
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Coronavirus: SAGE member warns of 'difficult times ahead'  Sky NewsView Full coverage on Google News
  1. EU medicine agency could approve COVID-19 vaccines early next year - report  Reuters UK
  2. Safety and immunogenicity of an inactivated SARS-CoV-2 vaccine, BBIBP-CorV: a randomised, double-blind, placebo-controlled, phase 1/2 trial  The Lancet
  3. US$60 experimental COVID-19 vaccine rolled out in east Chinese city  CNA
  4. A Chinese state-owned company is reportedly giving free shots of its unproven COVID-19 vaccine to students going abroad  Business Insider Australia
  5. Chinese company offers coronavirus vaccine to students  Economic Times
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  1. Plant genetic engineering to fight 'hidden hunger'  Science Daily
  2. Plant genetic engineering to fight hidden hunger  Phys.org
  3. Fighting “Hidden Hunger” With Plant Genetic Engineering and Molecular Breeding  SciTechDaily
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  1. Biscuits and ice cream with FRUCTOSE may make people hyperactive  Daily Mail
  2. Sweetener used in fizzy drinks and cakes 'could fuel ADHD in children', study warns  Mirror Online
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Covid-19: Norwich's rate of cases doubles in a week  BBC NewsView Full coverage on Google News
  1. COVID-19: What People Living with Metastatic Breast Cancer Need to Know  Cancer Health Treatment News
  2. Virtual Making Strides Against Breast Cancer event is Sunday  WTVR CBS 6
  3. Here is the connection between exercise and breast cancer  11Alive
  4. Mammograms can reduce breast cancer deaths  FOX 13 News Utah
  5. tattoos for breast cancer  WXII 12 News
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  1. Covid-19: Why Essex is divided over Tier 2 rules  BBC News
  2. People visiting Southend from other parts of Essex will have to abide by high alert rules  Echo
  3. Matt Hancock approves high level coronavirus restrictions in Essex  Saffron Walden Reporter
  4. Essex Tier Two lockdown: The impact tougher restrictions in Essex will have on Southend-on-Sea businesses  Essex Live
  5. Essex coronavirus: Tier Two rules for Sainsbury's, Tesco, Primark, B&M and other supermarkets and shops  Essex Live
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Tech used for Ebola drug key to COVID-19 fight  BioProcess InsiderView Full coverage on Google News
  1. Scientists identify sensor protein that underlies bladder control  Medical Xpress
  2. PIEZO2 in sensory neurons and urothelial cells coordinates urination  Nature.com
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  1. Aerosols vs. droplets: Researchers model the spread of the SARS-CoV-2 virus in various temperatures and relative humidities in typical indoor situations  Science Daily
  2. Researchers model spread of SARS-CoV-2 virus in various temperatures and relative humidities  Medical Xpress
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  1. Army researchers collaborate on universal antibody test for COVID-19  Science Daily
  2. Researchers collaborate on universal antibody test for COVID-19  Medical Xpress
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  1. 7 new breakthroughs in breast cancer research  MD Linx
  2. Medical Moments: Services for those at high risk for breast cancer  WNEM TV5
  3. Shannen Doherty's poignant message as she shares her devastating breast cancer journey  7NEWS.com.au
  4. Lesser Known Factors of Breast Cancer  News4JAX
  5. "I have the BRCA 1 gene, so I made like Angelina" - Doctors urge SA women to get breast checks  News24
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Kalispell Regional Healthcare seeks help to stem COVID-19 case surge  KPAX-TVView Full coverage on Google News
  1. Young adults may spark COVID hotspots  KSDK News
  2. CDC summer COVID-19 study raises holiday worries  Boston 25 News
  3. Young adults may spark COVID hot spots  WEAU
  4. Now Our Health Experts™ Can 'Sense' Asymptomatic COVID-19 Spread?  PJ Media
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  1. Covid reinfection: Symptoms more severe second time around  New Straits Times
  2. Covid reinfection: Man gets Covid twice and second hit 'more severe'  BBC News
  3. Genomic evidence for reinfection with SARS-CoV-2: a case study  The Lancet
  4. Dutch researchers report first death from COVID-19 reinfection  BNO News
  5. First confirmed US coronavirus reinfection worries health experts  Financial Times
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Explained: The drugs, vaccines being repurposed for Covid-19, and what new research says  The Indian ExpressView Full coverage on Google News
  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. N.B. announces 14 new COVID-19 cases and potential public exposure  CTV News Atlantic
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Man, 25, catches coronavirus twice in first such US case  The GuardianView Full coverage on Google News