1. Women in cardiac arrest less likely than men to get help from bystanders  CNA
  2. 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
  3. Cardiac arrest more deadly for women than men, study finds  CTV News
  4. Why women are less likely to receive CPR  Newshub
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  1. Maine to end non-medical exemptions for vaccinations  Spectrum News 1
  2. Maine Eliminates Non-Medical Exemptions for Vaccinations  TIME
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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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  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. Novartis gets US approval for $2.1 million gene therapy #AsiaNewsNetwork  Eleven Myanmar
  2. $2.1m Novartis gene therapy to become world's most expensive drug  The Guardian
  3. FDA approves $2M medicine, most expensive ever  Medical Xpress
  4. No Miracle Drug Should Cost $2.1 Million  Bloomberg
  5. Novartis now has the most expensive drug ever after getting US approval  The Local Switzerland
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  1. A Week In Berkeley, CA, On A $94,000 Salary  Yahoo Lifestyle
  2. Tech Consultant in Berkeley, CA — Money Diaries  Refinery29
  3. 15-year-old raising money to help others  NBC 26
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  1. Is It Possible For A Broccoli Sprout Extract To Help Treat Schizophrenia?  DailyWellnessPro
  2. Could a broccoli sprout extract help treat schizophrenia?  Medical News Today
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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

Drinking fruit juice may seem like a tasty way to stay healthy, but science suggests that fruit juice could actually be out to harm us if consumed over a lifetime.

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  1. Mum who couldn't cure 'vision problems' actually had orange-sized brain tumour  Mirror Online
  2. Mysterious figure in the road while driving turned out to be my huge brain tumour  Liverpool Echo
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  1. Drug resistance: the next target for cancer treatment  The BMJ
  2. Cancer could be ‘CURED’ in the next 10 years, scientists reveal — thanks to new drugs  The Sun
  3. Cancer: Breakthrough treatments to target drug resistance  BBC News
  4. Scientists hope to trick cancer cells to prevent them becoming drug-resistant  The Independent
  5. Cancer BREAKTHROUGH: New drugs could beat killer disease within 10 YEARS  Express
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What helps prevent dementia? Try exercise, not vitamin pills | AM 1540 WBCO  WBCO

By MARILYNN MARCHIONE AP Chief Medical Writer. If you want to save your brain, focus on keeping the rest of your body well with exercise and healthy habits ...

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  1. Sierra Leone health ministry to give over 3 million children lifesaving vaccination  Sierra Leone Telegraph
  2. Measles outbreak in New York: anti-vaccination rallies draw crowds  Vox.com
  3. Anti-Vaccine Rallies Draw Hundreds In Epicenter Of Measles Outbreak  HuffPost
  4. Anti-vaccine rally in New York attracts hundreds of Orthodox Jews despite measles warnings  The Independent
  5. What to Tell People Who Are Against Measles Vaccination  Medscape
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  1. Non-Melanoma Skin Cancer Treatment Market Survey 2019 by Companies Eli Lilly, Roche, Merck, Novartis, Mylan  The Edge
  2. May is Melanoma Awareness Month  KTVI Fox 2 St. Louis
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  1. Why An Indonesian Rehab Center Doesn't Insist On Abstinence  WJSU
  2. A Former Heroin Addict Runs A Rehab Center With A Different View Of Abstinence : Goats and Soda  NPR
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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. 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. Australian Researchers Discover The Maximum Number Of Coffees You Can Safely Drink A Day  D'Marge
  2. So, just how many cups of coffee a day is too much? We have the answer  Now To Love
  3. How Much Coffee Is Too Much? A New Study Explores The Link Between Coffee And Cardiovascular Disease  Bustle
  4. A Massive New Study of 347077 People Just Revealed Exactly How Much Coffee You Should Drink Each Day. (Before the Health Dangers Outweigh the Benefits)  Inc.
  5. Drinking two cups of coffee a day can help you live longer, research suggests  The Independent
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  1. ‘Glasses Won’t Cure Myopia Health Crisis’  The Epoch Times
  2. 'Glasses won't cure myopia health crisis'  SBS
  3. Glasses Won't Cure Myopia Crisis  Vision Christian Media
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  1. Deep kissing may be important and neglected route for passing on throat gonorrhea  EurekAlert
  2. You can get throat gonorrhoea from KISSING – the signs you need to know  The Sun
  3. Gonorrhea may be transmitted by French kissing, study says  OregonLive
  4. Got gonorrhea? It may have come from French kissing, study says  Washington Post
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  1. New model to predict measles hotspots could prevent outbreaks, study shows  The Independent
  2. These Are the U.S. Counties Where Measles Could Strike Next  Gizmodo
  3. The science behind vaccination to prevent measles and other infectious diseases is time-tested  Milwaukee Journal Sentinel
  4. 4 Florida counties, including Orange, could be at high risk of measles outbreak, analysis shows  Orlando Sentinel
  5. A measles outbreak where you live? Study ranks US places at highest risk  CNN
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  1. Instagram blocks '#VaccinesKill' hashtag after report  KoamNewsNow.com
  2. Instagram will begin blocking hashtags that return anti-vaccination misinformation  The Verge
  3. Instagram will let you appeal post takedowns  TechCrunch
  4. Instagram blocks '#VaccinesKill' hashtag after CNN Business report  CNN
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  1. FDA: Chemicals from sunscreen being absorbed into skin  11Alive
  2. Sunscreen Chemicals Enter Bloodstream in 24hrs  TheInertia.com
  3. U.S. Sen. Jeff Merkley Proposes Legislation to Address Damage to Coral Reefs From Sunscreen  Willamette Week
  4. Sunscreen seeping into you blood? This is the safest kind to use, experts say  USA TODAY
  5. High levels of sunscreen ingredients end up in the bloodstream: study  Japan Today
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  1. Drugmaker will donate meds for US push to end HIV epidemic  Newser
  2. Gilead's $3B Truvada will face generics a year early. Can Descovy still win over its patients?  FiercePharma
  3. A Generic Version of Truvada Will Be Available by 2020  NewNowNext
  4. Truvada, aka PrEP, to Be Sold in Generic Form by September 2020  TicToc by Bloomberg
  5. Trump says administration secured 'historic donation' of HIV prevention drugs to help end epidemic | TheHill  The Hill
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  1. Raising awareness about melanoma and all forms of skin cancer  KVUE
  2. U of M clinics offer free screenings during Skin Cancer Awareness Month  KMSP-TV
  3. Melanoma Awareness Month: Free cancer screening  KARE 11
  4. Teen Raises Awareness After Battling Aggressive Form of Skin Cancer  WHO TV Des Moines
  5. Tampa Bay area hospitals and dermatologists offering free skin cancer screenings for Melanoma Monday  ABC Action News - Tampa Bay
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  1. The Long and Winding Road to Mental Health Care for Your Kid  The Mighty
  2. What's bothering you? Report lists mental health concerns topping each state  PennLive
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  1. Measles Outbreak Continues To Spread Across U.S. With 764 Cases Reported  HuffPost
  2. Airport Measles Threat Is Mostly Paranoia  Matthew Klint
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  1. Doctor Mike Explains the Measles Outbreak, Vaccinations, and Misinformation | New York Post  New York Post
  2. Nearly 100 New Zealanders have contracted measles so far this year  Stuff.co.nz
  3. Why are some children still not getting the MMR vaccine? | ITV News  ITV News
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  1. Fiji's Latest News and Sports website  Fijivillage
  2. Aids breakthrough as study finds that drugs stop HIV transmission  Financial Times
  3. End to Aids in sight as huge study finds drugs stop HIV transmission  The Guardian
  4. Drugs make HIV virus 'untransmittable' with ZERO infections between partners during eight-year study  Daily Mail
  5. Gay HIV transmission with treatment is 'zero risk', study confirms  BBC News
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Stomach-churning photos show the dangers of sleeping in contact lenses  Yahoo News

WARNING - GRAPHIC IMAGES: An eye doctor who was sick of encountering patients that sleep with their contacts in has taken stomach-churning measures to ...

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  1. Attack on health  The Express Tribune
  2. Killings of police and polio workers halt vaccine drive in Pakistan  The Guardian
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  1. Emirates News Agency - UAE Press: Antimicrobial resistance a global challenge  WAM EN
  2. UN, global health agencies sound alarm on drug-resistant infections; new recommendations to reduce 'staggering number' of future deaths  UN News
  3. New report calls for urgent action to avert antimicrobial resistance crisis  World Health Organization
  4. U.N. Issues Urgent Warning on the Growing Peril of Drug-Resistant Infections  The New York Times
  5. Drug-resistant diseases could kill millions unless the world takes action: report  Global News
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  1. Sugary drinks not linked to childhood obesity, says new research  The Independent
  2. Study finds ‘no link’ between sugary drink consumption in children and increased BMI  The Scotsman
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  1. Sun Damaged Skin: The Signs And Symptoms To Look For  Glamour UK
  2. Get Ready for Summer With All the Best Sunscreens  HYPEBAE
  3. Still sunburnt even after applying sunscreen? Here's what you might be doing wrong  CNA
  4. 9 Best-Selling Sunscreen Lotions On Amazon To Stock Up On  Swirlster
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Patient's New Kidney Delivered by Drone  Newser

The University of Maryland Medical Center received a historic delivery at its Shock Trauma heliport last week: a human kidney, delivered by drone.

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  1. Frustrated patient’s viral video demonstrates N.S. ‘health crisis,’ doctors say  CityNews Calgary
  2. Nova Scotia minister defends the system after cancer patient's health-care crisis challenge  TheChronicleHerald.ca
  3. N.S. doctors say cancer patient's plea shows system 'in crisis'  CTV News
  4. N.S. cancer patient shocked and grateful for support following powerful video  CBC.ca
  5. Can’t ignore frustrated patient’s ‘heartbreaking’ video, doctors group says  Global News
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  1. Measles Outbreak Continues to Grow  WFMY News 2
  2. This Measles Outbreak Is a Manifestation of National Insanity  Esquire
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Flesh-eating bacteria nearly kills Florida fisherman  FOX 13 News - Tampa Bay

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  1. Washington Nurse Likely Infected At Least a Dozen People with Hepatitis  Live Science
  2. Report: Nurse likely caused 12 patients to contract hepatitis C  KFOR Oklahoma City
  3. Drug-using nurse likely caused 12 patients to contract hepatitis C, report finds  WGN TV Chicago
  4. Nurse Caused Hepatitis C Outbreak At Hospital: CDC  Puyallup, WA Patch
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  1. Possible case of TB investigated at Scottsdale hospital  ABC15 Arizona
  2. Concerns over tuberculosis exposure in the Valley  12 News
  3. Public Health Department investigating possible tuberculosis exposure at Valley hospital  FOX 10 News Phoenix
  4. Possible case of tuberculosis being investigated at Scottsdale hospital  12 News
  5. Health officials investigating possible tuberculosis case in Scottsdale  AZFamily
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  1. Robot therapy dogs could help patients who can't care for living pet  KHOU 11
  2. The Health Benefits Of Robot Therapy Dogs  CBS Miami
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  1. The hand that shows gonorrhoea: Tiny blisters on the fingers and wrist of a 20-year-old woman  Daily Mail
  2. Tiny blisters on woman’s hand turn out to be sign of gonorrhoea that’s spread through the body  The Sun
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  1. First Drug-Free Option for ADHD Cleared in America |  Medgadget
  2. eTNS Monarch: The FDA Clears the First Medical Device for ADHD Treatment  Inverse
  3. FDA just approved an electric ‘shock’ device to treat kids with ADHD  BGR
  4. FDA Approves First Medical Device for ADHD  Healthline
  5. FDA approves nerve stimulation device to treat kids with ADHD  SlashGear
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Butte teen dying from cystic fibrosis wants to raise awareness of the disease  KRTV NEWS

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  1. The Delta Sky Way Project At LAX Starts With A Ceremonial Wall Demolition  FTNnews.com
  2. LAX travelers again warned of measles and urged to get vaccinated, after third case hits airport  USA TODAY
  3. Third Measles Case Reported At LAX  CBS Los Angeles
  4. Measles warning: LAX travelers warned of 3rd possible measles exposure  KABC-TV
  5. Travelers warned again of measles exposure at LAX after 3rd confirmed case at airport  Ventura County Star
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  1. Four More New York Schools Close Amid Measles Outbreak, Emergency Order On Vaccination Still In Place  Tech Times
  2. Flight attendant in coma after catching measles on plane from New York  The Independent
  3. Anti-vax parents lose in NY court, face steep fines for not vaccinating  Ars Technica
  4. Is your measles vaccination up to date?  WWLP-22News
  5. 4th Measles Case In Maryland Confirmed  Patch.com
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  1. Prison For Forced Addiction Treatment? A Parent's 'Last Resort' Has Consequences  WPRL
  2. Involuntary Commitment For Addiction Treatment Raises Troubling Questions : Shots - Health News  NPR
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For its health and yours, keep the cat indoors  Phys.org

At least one running argument among cat lovers is now over: Whiskers, Lucy and Tigger are definitely better off staying indoors, scientists reported Wednesday.

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