1. Millions Die From Sepsis Each Year – New “Life Saving” Treatment Doesn’t Actually Help  SciTechDaily
  2. Treating Sepsis With Vitamin C and Steroid Mix Proved Ineffective In Study : Shots - Health News  NPR
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  1. Africa: Prioritizing Action on Air Pollution Will Benefit Health, the Climate and the Economy  AllAfrica - Top Africa News
  2. Mix of stress and air pollution may lead to cognitive difficulties in children  Medical Xpress
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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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UN health agency urges China to continue search for source of new virus, as Thailand case emerges  The European StingView full coverage on Google News
  1. More than 500 patients were taken to hospital after being struck down with virus  Mirror Online
  2. Virus Causing Iowa Hospital to Cancel All January Maternity Tours  WHO TV Des Moines
  3. Doctors see rise in severe RSV cases in Savannah  WTOC
  4. Virus sweeping North Staffordshire puts hundreds of patients in the Royal Stoke  Stoke-on-Trent Live
  5. US hospitals raise alarm about higher-than-normal RSV cases in young children  Q13 News Seattle
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  1. Pan-Resistant C. auris Surfaces in New York  Infection Control Today
  2. Deadly Fungus Became Drug-Resistant in 3 Unlinked Cases in US  Sputnik International
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  1. Improve Sleep Apnea by Losing Fat in an Unexpected Body Part — The Tongue  SciTechDaily
  2. Lose fat in your tongue to improve sleep apnea, study says  CNN
  3. Fatty tongues could be main driver of sleep apnoea  BBC News
  4. A Fat Tongue May Be Blocking Your Airways While You Sleep  Livescience.com
  5. Cutting tongue fat can improve sleep apnea  Futurity: Research News
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  1. Arousal Syndrome No Cause for Shame, Doctors Say  Medscape
  2. Condition that causes up to 100 ORGASMS a day 'could be caused by lesions on nerves in the spine'  Daily Mail
  3. These women have painful orgasms nonstop for a shocking medical reason  New York Post
  4. Persistent Sexual Arousal In Women Can Be A Neurological Problem: Study  Doctor NDTV
  5. Constantly Aroused? It Could be a Neurological Problem  The Quint
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American Cancer Society Reports Largest Ever Drop in US Cancer Deaths  VOA Learning EnglishView full coverage on Google News
There’s Been a Troubling Rise in Alcohol Related Deaths. But Why?  FortuneView full coverage on Google News
  1. US hospitals raise alarm about higher-than-normal RSV cases in young children  CNN
  2. The Doctor Is In: Respiratory Syncytial Virus  
  3. Doctors, hospitals dealing with increased cases of the flu and RSV  13WHAM-TV
  4. Doctors See Rise Of Potentially-Deadly RSV At Children’s Hospital  CBS Pittsburgh
  5. Parents warned about dangers of respiratory virus “RSV”  
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Languages affected differently by brain disease  BBC NewsView full coverage on Google News
  1. Clinical trial tests experimental stem cell treatment against best available drugs for MS  News-Medical.net
  2. New multiple sclerosis treatment trial compares stem cell transplantation to best available drugs  National Institutes of Health
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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. Docs: Testosterone Supplements Won't Help Most Men  WebMD
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  1. Beijing sees better air quality in 2019  CGTN
  2. Air pollution linked to lower bone density | News  The Times
  3. How air pollution can break your bones: City-dwellers exposed to toxic air 'prone to fractures'  Daily Mail
  4. Air pollution exposure may make our bones become weaker  New Scientist News
  5. Air Pollution can affect your bone health: Study  India Today
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  1. Why some creams and cosmetics may cause skin rashes?  Tech Explorist
  2. A molecule in your skin may explain why some cosmetics cause rashes  New Scientist News
  3. Scientists find 'missing link' in allergic reactions to popular skin creams  Daily Mail
  4. Study explains why some creams and cosmetics may cause skin rashes  Medical Xpress
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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. Take care of your heart: Diabetes may independently lead to cardiac failure  Economic Times
  2. Diabetes Can Independently Lead To Heart Failure  News18
  3. Heart failure and diabetes: Research suggests a link  Hyderus Cyf
  4. Diabetes an independent risk factor for heart failure: Mayo Clinic Study  Specialty Medical Dialogues
  5. Diabetes may independently lead to heart failure: Study  ETHealthworld.com
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  1. Exercise May Keep Your Brain Healthy  HealthDay
  2. Keep exercising: New study finds it's good for your brain's gray matter  Medical Xpress
  3. Brian cells may grow with exercise, study suggests  Telegraph.co.uk
  4. Exercise stops your brain from shrinking, researchers say  Salon
  5. Bigger Brains and Higher Peak Oxygen Uptake Go Hand in Hand  Psychology Today
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  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 schools are banning thousands of students from returning until they're vaccinated  INSIDER
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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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  1. Children who drink whole milk instead of reduced fat may have a lower risk of being overweight or obese  Malay Mail
  2. Children who drink whole fat milk are 40% less likely to be overweight  Daily Mail
  3. Study: Children who drank whole milk had lower risk of being overweight or obese  Medical Xpress
  4. Parents, replace cow's milk with whole milk  Free Press Journal
  5. Children who consume whole milk are at lower risk of being overweight: Study  Times of India
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  1. Viral pneumonia cases reported in central China  China.org.cn
  2. China launches probe into mysterious viral pneumonia amid rumors of SARS 2.0  RT
  3. A scary unidentified virus is spreading in China  BGR
  4. Hong Kong takes emergency steps as mystery ‘pneumonia’ infects 27 in Wuhan  South China Morning Post
  5. China probes pneumonia outbreak amid SARS fears  The Star Online
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  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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Flu cases in NYC spike early as deaths climb across US  Invest RecordsView full coverage on Google News
  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