1. Chinese researchers map out deer's genomes, lend clues to cure human diseases  Chinadaily USA
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  2. Parkinson's advocates helping study degenerative disease's dementia link  Stuff.co.nz
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  1. Supplements for Brain Health Show No Benefit  American Council on Science and Health
  2. Supplements for brain health show no benefit – a neurologist explains a new study  The Conversation - US
  3. A scientific study just proved that 'brain supplements' are completely useless.  GOOD
  4. Supplements for brain health are a waste of money, study finds  Daily Mail
  5. Food vs. pills for vitamin intake  RochesterFirst
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  1. Research: Young People are Growing Horns at the Back of Their Skulls from Using Phones Too Much  WORLD OF BUZZ
  2. Uh…are smartphones really making young people grow horns?  Digital Trends
  3. Horns are growing on young people's skulls, and phone use is to blame, research suggests  The Straits Times
  4. Horns Are Growing on Human Skulls Because of Phone Use—Here's How that Happens  Health.com
  5. Forget "text neck." New research suggests humans are growing horns.  Big Think
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Kids Likely To Gain Weight Over The Summer, Study Finds  CBS New York

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  1. Facebook posts better at predicting diabetes, mental health than demographic info  Science Daily
  2. Facebook posts can be used to identify anxiety, depression and psychosis, new study suggests  The Telegraph
  3. How Facebook could diagnose illnesses based just on your posts  Daily Mail
  4. What You Write on Facebook Could Be Used to Diagnose Conditions From Depression to Drug Abuse and STIs  Newsweek
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  1. Email blunder at NHS Highland exposes HIV patient names  The Times
  2. NHS service leaks identities of patients living with HIV  PinkNews
  3. HIV patients hit by NHS Highland email privacy breach  BBC News
  4. HIV patients' email addresses made public in NHS Highland privacy breach  Sky News
  5. Dozens of HIV patients identified in 'distressing' NHS Highland email blunder  Daily Record
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  1. What’s so bad about processed foods? Science offer clues  KXNet.com
  2. What scientists say is so bad about processed foods  ABC News
  3. Why it’s so hard to stop eating foods like cheese puffs and ice cream  MarketWatch
  4. What's so bad about processed foods? Scientists offer clues  The Associated Press
  5. What’s so bad about processed foods? Scientists offer clues  WOODTV.com
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  1. Focus on Africa: Uganda tracks people living with HIV  RFI
  2. What Nigeria must do to combat HIV/AIDS- US Diplomat  Premium Times
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  1. Immunotherapy delays type 1 diabetes diagnosis in people at high risk  Pharmafield
  2. Type 1 diabetes: Drug delays onset by 2 years  Medical News Today
  3. New drug delays type 1 diabetes by more than a year, study reports  Diabetes.co.uk
  4. Provention Bio shares more than triple on diabetes prevention study results  CNBC
  5. Drug that targets the immune system can delay type 1 diabetes in high risk children, adults  News-Medical.net
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  1. Responding to the HIV outbreak in Larkana  UNAIDS
  2. HIV outbreak in Pakistan is linked to doctors' dirty needles  The Times
  3. Number of HIV AIDS cases in Larkana Jumps to 778  ARY News
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  1. Men's health month goal – know your numbers  WXYZ-TV Detroit | Channel 7
  2. International Men's Health Week 2019: 4 things men should pay attention to- identification and care tips  Times Now
  3. Men's Health Week: How to talk to dad about hearing loss  KARE 11
  4. International Men's Health Week: 5 Early Signs Of Cancer You Shouldn't Be Ignoring  Doctor NDTV
  5. Men’s Health Week: What visits to the loo during the night could mean  The Advertiser
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  1. How Effective are Condoms Really at Preventing Pregnancy and Sexually Transmitted Infections?  Yahoo News
  2. Here's What to Do If Your Condom Breaks During Sex  Seventeen.com
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  1. Dietary supplements are causing ‘severe’ health issues in kids  SlashGear
  2. Dietary Supplements Tied to Health Problems in Young Adults  menshealth.com
  3. Kids and teens are experiencing such severe side effects from weight loss and sexual function pills, they're ending up in the hospital  INSIDER
  4. Warning! Dietary supplements for weight loss, muscle building can lead to death  Education Medical Dialogues
  5. Dietary supplements linked with risk of disability and death in youth, study suggests  The Philadelphia Inquirer
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  1. Junk food may be fuelling rise in food allergies, say experts  The Guardian
  2. Childhood allergies may be linked to the high sugar and fat content in junk food, study reveals  Daily Mail
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  1. Drug which helps woman survive breast cancer can also stop prostate cancer spreading in men, new study finds  The Telegraph
  2. Breast cancer treatment trial 'prolongs life'  BBC News
  3. New drug increases survival in young women with advanced breast cancer  Specialty Medical Dialogues
  4. Drug extends lives of young breast cancer patients  CBS News
  5. Explained: Leap in breast cancer therapy  The Indian Express
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More patients diagnosed amid Legionnaires' ou...  Taiwan News

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  2. Number of Legionnaire's disease cases at Mount Carmel Grove City increases  NBC4i.com
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  1. Fungus modified with spider venom offers new hope against malaria  KoamNewsNow.com
  2. Mosquito-killer fungus to help war on malaria  Independent.ie
  3. Could fungus armed with SPIDER VENOM save 400,000 a year? Study suggests the genetic modification could finally banish malaria  Daily Mail
  4. Malaria research: Mosquito-killing spider juice offers hope  The Irish Times
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  1. WHO says Pakistan's polio programme no longer on-track  Dunya News
  2. Poliovirus reemerges in Karachi as WHO says Pakistan eradication program no longer on track  Geo News
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  1. Manteca, Ripon spraying starts for mosquitoes  Manteca Bulletin
  2. West Nile virus discovered in southern Israeli mosquitoes  The Jerusalem Post
  3. Mosquitoes with West Nile virus identified in southern Israel  Arutz Sheva
  4. North Shore mosquitoes test positive for West Nile virus  WLS-TV
  5. Mosquitoes test positive for West Nile virus in North Shore suburbs  Chicago Tribune
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  1. Marnie Simpson's coloured contact lenses adverts are BANNED on Instagram for being 'unsafe'  Daily Mail
  2. Marnie Simpson’s Instagram posts banned for promoting ‘unsafe’ coloured contact lenses  The Independent
  3. Geordie Shore's Marnie Simpson banned from advertising 'unsafe' lenses  Sky News
  4. Geordie Shore star's Instagram posts banned for promoting unsafe buying of contact lenses  Wales Online
  5. Marnie Simpson's Instagram posts banned after she promotes 'illegal' contact lenses  Hull Daily Mail
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  1. Measles and Workplace Safety  EHS Daily Advisor
  2. Measles outbreak: Public health warning over ‘significant increase’ in cases at schools in central and west London  The Independent
  3. Measles outbreak in London schools prompts urgent MMR warnings to parents  The Sun
  4. Quincy makes vaccination push after babys measles diagnoses  The Patriot Ledger
  5. Measles jabs make virus stronger, says Andrew Wakefield  The Times
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  1. New Jersey Health Department investigating cluster of Legionnaires' disease cases  KoamNewsNow.com
  2. May 28, 2019: NJTV News with Mary Alice Williams  NJTV News
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  4. Red Bank clinic provides free health care to those in need  NJTV News
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  1. No Race Difference in Prostate Cancer With Equal Access  Medscape
  2. Analyzing Responses to 177LuPSMA-617 in Patients With Metastatic CRPC  Targeted Oncology
  3. What happens to men who say 'no' to prostate cancer treatment  The Australian Financial Review
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  1. Women in cardiac arrest less likely than men to get help from bystanders  CNA
  2. Why women are less likely to receive CPR  Newshub
  3. Women are more likely to die if they have a cardiac arrest in public 'because people fear performing CPR on them could be seen as sexual assault'  New Zealand Herald
  4. Cardiac arrest more deadly for women than men, study finds  CTV News
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  1. What took so long to notify customers about employee with hepatitis A at Cooper's Hawk?  WPTV.com
  2. Employee tests positive for Hepatitis A at Madeira Beach restaurant  10News WTSP
  3. Hepatitis A: Local restaurants step up awareness after cases found in Palm Beach County  Palm Beach Post
  4. Worker at Madeira Beach restaurant tests positive for hepatitis A  Tampa Bay Times
  5. Food service worker at popular John's Pass restaurant tests positive for hepatitis A  ABC Action News
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Doctors fighting Ebola outbreak in Democratic Republic of Congo  Yahoo News

The Democratic Republic of Congo is facing its deadliest ebola outbreak ever. The epidemic has claimed more than 1200 lives and a civil war is disrupting ...

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  1. 5 reasons Brock Lesnar will cash in his Money in the Bank contract on Kofi Kingston  Sportskeeda
  2. You kind of already sucked the suspense out of this one, WWE  Cageside Seats
  3. Braun Strowman wants a rematch with Brock Lesnar as he reveals talks with Will Ferrell and John C. Reilly on  The Sun
  4. 3 Biggest shockers WWE could be planning for Monday Night RAW next week (27 May 2019)  Sportskeeda
  5. WWE star The Miz talks '80s baseball and '90s pro wrestling | Old Baseball Cards  Yahoo! Sports
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  1. American Tourist Infected With Rat Lungworm After Eating Slug on Dare  The Epoch Times
  2. What Is Rat Lungworm? What You Need to Know About the Disease Travelers Are Picking Up in Hawaii  Yahoo News
  3. CDC: Rat Lungworm Cases Confirmed in Hawaii After Visitors Ate Slug, Salad  Newsweek
  4. Officials confirm 3 cases of rat lungworm disease in Hawaii  CTV News
  5. Hawaii confirms 3 recent cases of rat lungworm disease in US visitors, says one tourist ate slug on a dare  Fox News
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  1. Are diets high in processed foods a recipe for obesity?  Health24
  2. Weight gain caused by consumption of ultra-processed foods: 5 processed foods to avoid for weight loss  Times Now
  3. New Study Shows What Eating 'Ultra-Processed' Food For 2 Weeks Does to Your Body  ScienceAlert
  4. Eating ultra-processed foods will make you gain weight. Here's the scientific proof  Medical Xpress
  5. Science Confirmed: Ultraprocessed Foods Cause Weight Gain — Here's What to Eat Instead  POPSUGAR
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  1. First Measles Case Reported  CBS Chicago
  2. Prayer On The 9 Anti-Violence March Features Common  CBS Chicago
  3. City Announces First Case Of Measles This Year  CBS Chicago
  4. Found: Man, 75, reported missing from Cragin  Chicago Sun-Times
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  1. Personal experiences spurs Moore to back AIDS documentary  Free Malaysia Today
  2. Priyanka Chopra Jonas Interview On '5B' – Deadline  Deadline
  3. Julianne Moore looks chic in black at Chopard party in Cannes  Daily Mail
  4. Julianne Moore says personal experiences spurred her to back AIDS ward documentary  Reuters Canada
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  1. Health officials: Case of measles identified in New Hampshire child  Boston 25 News
  2. Child in New Hampshire diagnosed with measles  WCVB Boston
  3. NH health officials issue warning after child is diagnosed with measles  WMUR Manchester
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Heart attacks more severe in morning than night: Research  Times Now

Heart attacks that mostly happen in the morning tend to be more severe than cardiac arrests at night, warn researchers.

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There's even more evidence drinking juice raises your risk of death — and it's easy to see why  INSIDER

Real fruit juice is loaded with purely natural sugars, but that doesn't mean it's healthy.

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  1. Why An Indonesian Rehab Center Doesn't Insist On Abstinence  KACU
  2. A Former Heroin Addict Runs A Rehab Center With A Different View Of Abstinence : Goats and Soda  NPR
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  1. Less fat, more fruit may cut risk of breast cancer death  WHAS11.com
  2. Low-fat diet including one piece of fruit a day could cut risk of death from breast cancer by a fifth  The Telegraph
  3. Eating less fat and more fruit and veg lowers women’s chances of dying from breast cancer says study  Daily Mail
  4. Health Alert: Nutrition & Breast Cancer  CBS Miami
  5. A Low-Fat Diet May Lower the Risk of Dying from Breast Cancer  TIME
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  1. Sydney boy hospitalised after broad beans triggered G6PD deficiency  Kidspot
  2. Sydney boy hospitalised after eating fava beans due to G6PD deficiency  NEWS.com.au
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  1. SA flu season: 17 killed, 18 nursing homes shut down as cases spike  7NEWS
  2. Flu outbreak kills 17 people in South Australia as nursing homes go into lockdown  ABC News
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  1. Milo backtracks after recipe shocker  Ipswich Advertiser
  2. Milo back to its original flavour after four years of complaints  Stuff.co.nz
  3. Milo reverts back to its original recipe, after four years of Kiwi complaints  Newshub
  4. Milo reverts to original recipe after copping customer backlash  NEWS.com.au
  5. Milo reverts back to original recipe  New Zealand Herald
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  1. STDs: A serious health threat at every age  Health24
  2. You should be getting an STD test every 3-6 months — here's what to know  Charlotte Agenda
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  1. Guest post: Car travel with pets  The Korea News Plus
  2. 8 Reasons Pets Improve Your Health And Wellbeing  Forbes
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  1. UNC and Partners Receive Up To $10.7 Million to Research Chlamydia Vaccine  Infection Control Today
  2. NIH awards will advance development of vaccines for sexually transmitted infections  National Institutes of Health
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  1. Scientology ship to remain under quarantine in Curacao amid measles alert  Rhyl Journal
  2. Scientology cruise ship still quarantined as passengers are tested for measles  The Guardian
  3. Scientology ship to remain under quarantine in Curacao  Yahoo News
  4. Scientology cruise ship to remain under quarantine in Curacao because of measles  USA TODAY
  5. Curacao: Scientology ship to remain under quarantine  The Detroit News
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  1. New Study of 1,000 Couples Shows HIV Drug Treatment Has Eliminated All Risk of Transmitting HIV Infection  Good News Network
  2. Larkana takes fright as HIV cases hit 156  The Express Tribune
  3. Pakistani police holding doctor for allegedly spreading HIV  Washington Post
  4. 17 ‘quacks’ held, clinics sealed in HIV-hit Larkana  DAWN.com
  5. Fear grips Larkana as 128 people diagnosed HIV positive  The Express Tribune
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Mother of the first baby with measles in Alabama blames 'the carelessness of other parents'  Daily Mail

Audrey Peine's five-month-old daughter Emma, of St. Clair County, Alabama, tested positive for the virus after she was taken to her GP with a runny nose, fever ...

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  1. How the Internet Can Help Prevent Alzheimer's Disease  GlobeNewswire
  2. Two-stage diagnostic process detects Alzheimer's years before symptoms appear  New Atlas
  3. Alzheimer’s blood test optimized to detect disease before symptoms  SlashGear
  4. Sleep Habits May Be Directly Related to Alzheimer’s Disease  Science Times
  5. Could a cell phone game detect who is at risk of Alzheimer's?  Medical News Today
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