1. Fife Doctor Campaigns To Develop Fatal Coronavirus Vaccine  themediatimes
  2. Scientists are moving at record speed to create new coronavirus vaccines—but they may come too late  Science Magazine
  3. Montgomery County pharmaceutical developing Coronavirus vaccine | Southeastern Pennsylvania  WFMZ Allentown
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  1. Coronavirus: ACI World releases disease transmission airport advice  Airport Technology
  2. ACI issues advisory bulletin in response to coronavirus outbreak  Air Cargo News
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  1. CORONAVIRUS LIVE UPDATES: Guangdong Deputy Gov. Pledges to Keep Transport Open  That's Online
  2. Two patients with coronavirus discharged from Shanghai hospital  SHINE
  3. Two Shanghai companies approved to make coronavirus testing kits  SHINE
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  1. Impact of coronavirus looms large over global markets  ICIS
  2. Coronavirus: Surgical masks selling out in New York's China Town  Aljazeera.com
  3. Fears Of Coronavirus Lead To Run On Surgical Masks, Canceling New Year's Plans  CBS Chicago
  4. Face masks selling out and Lunar New Year events canceled as Chicago’s Chinese community reacts to coronavirus  Chicago Tribune
  5. Can Surgical Masks Protect Against the Coronavirus?  Inside Edition
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  1. Surgeon General Scolds Docs for Failing to Help Patients Butt Out  Medscape
  2. US surgeon general says doctors aren't encouraging enough smokers to quit  CNN
  3. Surgeon General Says ‘Shocking’ Portion of People Aren’t Told to Stop Smoking  The New York Times
  4. Not enough evidence that vaping helps smokers quit: US gov't report  ABS-CBN News
  5. Surgeon general: Not enough doctors advise patients to quit smoking  ModernHealthcare.com
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  1. A Virginia middle school canceled its cultural exchange program with Chinese students over coronavirus fears  The Union Journal
  2. Coronavirus outbreak prompts Virginia school to cancel visit of Chinese exchange students  Fox News
  3. China confirms 25 deaths related to coronavirus  680 News
  4. Virus concerns disrupt Chinese student exchange in Virginia  WWBT NBC12 News
  5. Coronavirus Outbreak Spurs Changes To FCPS Exchange Program  McLean, VA Patch
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Identified genes associated with autism, reveals milestone research  gotech dailyView full coverage on Google News
  1. Scientists Can Produce Snake Venoms That Can Be Used In Medicine In The Laboratory  Somag News
  2. Tiny organs grown from snake glands produce real venom  Science Magazine
  3. Grow your own venom to create antivenom  Cosmos
  4. Snake cells grown in the lab produce venom we could use as medicine  New Scientist News
  5. Snake stem cells used to create venom-producing organoids  Phys.org
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  1. Things for people in Canada to know about the coronavirus  CityNews Calgary
  2. Canadian public health agencies ramping up preparations in response to new virus  Sudbury.com
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  1. Three popular diets plus fasting linked to big health benefits  SlashGear
  2. Weight loss and health improvements with Mediterranean, fasting & paleo diets  EurekAlert
  3. Weight loss: Man shed over one stone in just four weeks with easy diet - what did he eat?  Express
  4. News 8 On Call: Intermittent Fasting  WTNH.com
  5. Mediterranean, fasting and paleo diets: Do they work?  New Zealand Herald
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  1. Shared patents online not linked to new virus in China  themediatimes
  2. Editorial: From China to O’Hare: Healthy fear of the Wuhan coronavirus  Chicago Tribune
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  1. New measles case at LAX and Brentwood Pharmacy confirmed - Daily News  themediatimes
  2. New Measles Patient May Have Exposed Others at LAX, Brentwood CVS  KTLA Los Angeles
  3. Person With Measles Arrived At LAX, Visited Brentwood Pharmacy Twice  LAist
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  1. HPV puts 'strain' on sex and dating  BBC News
  2. Cervical cancer could be eliminated in England, experts say  The Guardian
  3. Common Signs of Cervical Cancer and How Cervical Cancer Is Diagnosed and Treated  Shape Magazine
  4. Cervical cancer: free vaccination and change to smear tests could eliminate disease  BBC Focus Magazine
  5. Cervical cancer is an avoidable disease – in theory, at least  The Guardian
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  1. 2 west Mich. cities in prime 40 checklist for STD rates  Invest Records
  2. Two West Michigan cities in top 50 list of highest STD rates in the US  WWMT-TV
  3. 2 West Michigan cities in top 40 list for STD rates  WZZM13.com
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  1. New technique accurately predicts which melanomas are likely to recur and spread  News-Medical.net
  2. New test predicts which melanoma patients are at risk of cancer recurrence, spread  WCVB Boston
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  1. Study warns drinking 2% milk may significantly speed up aging  SlashGear
  2. Can Drinking Milk Slow Down the Aging Process?  Psychology Today
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  1. Marijuana is unpleasant for folk taking customary heart medicines  Invest Records
  2. More than two million patients with heart disease report use of marijuana  Medical Xpress
  3. Patients at risk for heart problems should be cautious about using marijuana  CNN
  4. Millions of cannabis smokers at risk of deadly heart attack and stroke, docs warn  The Sun
  5. Using marijuana may put the lives of millions of heart patients at risk  Daily Mail
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  1. Sepsis accounts for 1 in 5 deaths worldwide  Futurity: Research News
  2. 'Alarming' one in five deaths due to sepsis  BBC News
  3. The Surprising Condition That Causes 1 in 5 Deaths  Livescience.com
  4. 1 in 5 deaths globally are due to sepsis, study says -- many more than previously estimated  CNN
  5. Sepsis linked to 1-in-5 deaths worldwide: study  Bangkok Post
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  1. Study sets the record straight on unproven therapy to treat sepsis  News-Medical.net
  2. Millions Die From Sepsis Each Year – New “Life Saving” Treatment Doesn’t Actually Help  SciTechDaily
  3. Treating Sepsis With Vitamin C and Steroid Mix Proved Ineffective In Study : Shots - Health News  NPR
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  1. Machine Keeps Human Livers Alive For One Week Outside Of The Body  Eurasia Review
  2. Perfusion machine keeps livers alive outside the body for a week  New Atlas
  3. 'Breakthrough' Allows Human Livers to Stay Alive Outside the Body for 7 Days Instead of Mere Hours  Good News Network
  4. A New Machine Keeps Livers Alive Outside the Human Body for an Entire Week  Gizmodo
  5. Machine seems to repair human livers and keep them alive for a week  New Scientist News
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  1. When Pregnant Moms Are Stressed Babies' Brains Suffer  Eurasia Review
  2. When pregnant moms are stressed out, babies' brains suffer  Medical Xpress
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  1. Virus Causing Iowa Hospital to Cancel All January Maternity Tours  Knnit
  2. Doctors see rise in severe RSV cases in Savannah  WTOC
  3. Virus sweeping North Staffordshire puts hundreds of patients in the Royal Stoke  Stoke-on-Trent Live
  4. US hospitals raise alarm about higher-than-normal RSV cases in young children  Q13 News Seattle
  5. Cases of dangerous respiratory virus affecting babies, small children surge  WBAY
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  1. 'Patient Zero' testifies as ex-nurse sentenced to prison for stealing tablets, infecting patients  Invest Records
  2. Former McKay-Dee, Davis Hospital nurse sentenced to prison for stealing meds, spreading Hepatitis C  Standard-Examiner
  3. Utah opioid nurse sentenced to 5 years for spreading hepatitis C  KSTU FOX 13 Salt Lake City
  4. Ex-nurse sentenced to prison for stealing drugs, infecting patients  Deseret News
  5. 'Patient Zero' testifies as ex-nurse sentenced to prison for stealing drugs, infecting patients  KSL.com
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  1. Flu tent set apart up at Loma Linda as cases on upward thrust; OC suffers first flu death of season  Invest Records
  2. Powerful flu strain leading to spike in children's deaths  
  3. Orange County's first flu death of season reported  KABC-TV
  4. Early-season influenza B dominance—why it's hard on kids  CIDRAP
  5. Flu virus hitting children hard this season  
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Languages affected differently by brain disease  BBC NewsView full coverage on Google News
  1. 2 prominent flu strains are hitting kids and the young particularly hard this season – Invest Records  Invest Records
  2. Flu Season Comes Early  
  3. It's not too late to get your flu shot  KOAA 5
  4. Why Is the Flu So Dangerous?  Health Essentials from Cleveland Clinic
  5. Wisconsin child dies from flu, Dept. of Health Services says  
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  1. On the keto diet? According to a UBC study, there is a drink that could be helpful  Daily Gaming Worlld
  2. Need to control blood sugar? There's a drink for that  Medical Xpress
  3. Need to control blood sugar? There's a drink for that, says UBC prof  EurekAlert
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  1. Foxes keep attacking this 88-year-old, leading him to strangle one with his bare hands  Invest Records
  2. Man & 2 dogs attacked by fox in Bath  NEWS CENTER Maine
  3. US man's face offs with foxes  Stuff.co.nz
  4. Bath man attacked by fox for a second time in four months  Press Herald
  5. Fox bites elderly man in Bath just three days into 2020; city saw 16 positive rabies tests in 2019  NewsCenterMaine.com WCSH-WLBZ
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Cancer breakthrough as scientists find how tumour-killing cells are activated  Invest RecordsView full coverage on Google News
  1. Major genetic study provides most comprehensive map of breast cancer risk variants to date  News-Medical.net
  2. Implementation of genetic testing in breast cancer patients  ecancer
  3. Scientists discover five times more breast cancer genes than previously known  Ardrossan and Saltcoats Herald
  4. Circulating tumour DNA used to predict disease recurrence for early triple-negative breast cancer  ecancer
  5. Genetic study provides most comprehensive map of risk to date of breast cancer risk  Medical Xpress
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  1. ACP releases treatment guidelines for age-related low testosterone  Healio
  2. New Guideline for Testosterone Treatment in Men With 'Low T'  Medscape
  3. There's 'no evidence' testosterone jabs revive a flagging libido or fight fatigue  Daily Mail
  4. There Are New Testosterone Treatment Guidelines: What to Know  Healthline
  5. Most older men don't need testosterone replacement, new guidelines say  msnNOW
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  1. Study finds how most anxiety sufferers achieve excellent mental health  SlashGear
  2. Some surprisingly good news about anxiety  Medical Xpress
  3. New Study Uncovers Some Surprisingly Good News About Anxiety  SciTechDaily
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  1. Beijing sees better air quality in 2019  CGTN
  2. Air pollution exposure may make our bones become weaker  New Scientist News
  3. Air pollution linked to lower bone density | News  The Times
  4. How air pollution can break your bones: City-dwellers exposed to toxic air 'prone to fractures'  Daily Mail
  5. Air Pollution can affect your bone health: Study  India Today
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  1. Watching cooking shows on healthy food can boost a child's diet  International Business Times, Singapore Edition
  2. Kids 2.7x More Likely to Eat Healthy After Watching Cooking Shows With Healthy Food  SciTechDaily
  3. Children switch to healthy eating habits after watching cooking shows: Study  India Today
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  1. Exercise May Keep Your Brain Healthy  HealthDay
  2. Exercise stops your brain from shrinking, researchers say  Salon
  3. Study: Cardiorespiratory Exercise Improves Brain Health, Decelerates Decline in Gray Matter | Medicine, Physiology  Sci-News.com
  4. Brian cells may grow with exercise, study suggests  Telegraph.co.uk
  5. Bigger Brains and Higher Peak Oxygen Uptake Go Hand in Hand  Psychology Today
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Hangover cure drips are dangerous, says NHS | News  The TimesView full coverage on Google News
  1. Doctor reveals 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. Seattle families rush to meet Jan. 8 vaccination deadline for students  KOMO News
  4. Video Now: Seattle Schools Make Vaccines Mandatory  WPRI
  5. Seattle public school students told to get vaccinated or don't return to school after winter break  Daily Mail
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  1. Kenya Hopes HPV Vaccinations Reduce Cervical Cancer Rate  VOA News
  2. Just ONE dose of the HPV vaccine could be as effective as three at preventing infection  Daily Mail
  3. Malaria, cervical cancer vaccines lift Kenya  Business Daily
  4. Just 1 dose of the HPV vaccine may protect against infection, new study suggests  KPRC Click2Houston
  5. One dose of this vaccine can do wonders  Free Press Journal
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  1. Forget dieting, there’s more benefit to intermittent fasting  South China Morning Post
  2. Fasting for 18 hrs a day could help slow down ageing and fight cancer, diabetes: New study  ThePrint
  3. In the season of continuous feasting, a silver lining: Intermittent fasting  The Indian Express
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In a 24/7 Food Culture, Periodic Fasting Gains Followers  The New York TimesView full coverage on Google News
  1. Cancer gene's cruel toll on two generations  Central Telegraph
  2. BRCA1 gene means cancer battle for two generations  Courier Mail
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  1. Kansas girl, 9, dies from flu  WVLT.TV
  2. 9-year-old Hiawatha girl unexpectedly dies from flu  KSNT News
  3. 'She will be deeply missed:' Kansas girl dies from the flu  KWCH
  4. 9-year-old Hiawatha girl dies from flu  WIBW
  5. Family: 9-year-old Kansas girl dies of flu while in Nebraska Posted Dec 28, 2019  hays Post
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  1. High BMI May Improve Cancer Survival  Eurasia Review
  2. Higher body weight increases chance of cancer survival  Khaleej Times
  3. Higher Body Weight May Improve Chances of Cancer Survival, Says Study  News18
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  1. Four in 10 would choose to get early diagnosis of Alzheimer's  The Times
  2. Take a DNA test to check Alzheimer's risk, urges businessman who lost both parents to the disease  Telegraph.co.uk
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  1. Flu Outbreak Worrying Local Doctors -Fort Worth  Invest Records
  2. Second Child In Tarrant County Dies From Flu As Reports Increase This Season  CBS Dallas / Fort Worth
  3. Flu Outbreak Worrying Local Doctors  NBC 5 Dallas-Fort Worth
  4. Tarrant County records 2nd flu death of season. It’s not too late to get a flu shot.  Fort Worth Star-Telegram
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Samoa ends measles state of emergency as infection rate slows  ReutersView full coverage on Google News
Samoa lifts measles state of emergency  Stuff.co.nzView full coverage on Google News