1. France most skeptical about science and vaccines, global survey finds  Science Magazine
  2. Vaccines: Low trust in vaccination 'a global crisis'  BBC News
  3. French scepticism over vaccines reflects distrust of government  The Guardian
  4. Survey shows crisis of confidence in vaccines in parts of Europe  The Guardian
  5. Varying vaccine trust leaves populations vulnerable: Study  CNA
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  1. CDC confirms 1044 measles cases so far this year  CBS News
  2. Traveling to Europe? Make sure your measles vaccination is up to date  CNN
  3. Vaccination opponents face hard choices under new law (commentary)  SILive.com
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  1. Working (one day a week) boosts your mental health  The Times
  2. Work just one day a week for peak mental health benefits, study finds  The Independent
  3. One Day of Work a Week Is Most ‘Effective’ Dose for Mental Health, Study Says  Bloomberg
  4. Mental health researchers say we should only work eight hours a week  Metro.co.uk
  5. Just one day of work a week improves mental health, study suggests  The Guardian
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  1. Poor oral hygiene associated with risk of several chronic diseases  ANI News
  2. New study finds poor oral health may increase the risk of liver cancer by 75pc  Malay Mail
  3. New study finds poor oral health may increase the risk of liver cancer by 75%  Free Malaysia Today
  4. Lack of oral hygiene may increase risk of liver cancer  THE WEEK
  5. Poor oral health escalates liver cancer risk  Odisha Sun Times
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  1. NJ Health Dep't: Measles Exposure At Newark Airport  Daily Voice
  2. Measles Outbreak: Potential Exposure Reported At Newark Liberty International Airport  CBS New York
  3. Measles outbreak latest: Potential exposure reported at New Jersey's Newark Liberty International Airport  CBS News
  4. N.J. measles: Another traveler may have exposed people at Newark airport  NJ.com
  5. Travelers at Newark Airport may have been exposed to measles in late May  NorthJersey.com
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  1. AI tool using machine learning for speech analysis can help predict psychosis risk: Study  Firstpost
  2. AI tool can predict psychosis risk from your speech  THE WEEK
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  1. Victoria records 31 flu deaths so far this year  7NEWS
  2. Vic records 31 flu deaths so far this year  NEWS.com.au
  3. Stay home if you're sick says minister, as flu cases soar and 31 die  The Age
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  1. Study finds personal care products send a child to the emergency room every two hours  EurekAlert
  2. Injuries from cosmetics send 4,300 children to ERs every year  CNN
  3. The beauty products that send thousands to hospital every year  9Style
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  1. Mum who suffered 13 tragic miscarriages has 'little miracle' baby girl  Birmingham Live
  2. Woman who had 13 heartbreaking miscarriages shares joy after having baby girl  Mirror Online
  3. Woman who had 'miracle' baby after 13 miscarriages says story gives hope to others  The Independent
  4. Woman who lost 13 babies to miscarriage because of rare condition that caused her body to ‘fight’ pregnancy fi  The Sun
  5. Women who had 13 miscarriages has baby using womb-strengthening steroids  Metro.co.uk
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  1. Community reacts to NY banning religious exemptions for vaccines  PIX11 News
  2. New York bans religious exemptions for vaccines amid measles outbreak  BBC News
  3. New York Ends Religious Exemption to Vaccines Amid Measles Outbreak  TicToc by Bloomberg
  4. There is no religious right to refuse vaccination  New York Daily News
  5. Governor Cuomo Signs Vaccine Bill That Prevents Religious Exemptions  Scary Mommy
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Cases of mumps, chicken pox confirmed at Aurora ICE facility  FOX31 Denver

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  1. Clinical trial investigates possibility of stopping medication as cure for Hepatitis B  CNA
  2. NUH study sees hepatitis B patient cured after stopping medication  The Straits Times
  3. NUH seeking suitable Hepatitis B patients for study into possible cure by stopping medication  TODAYonline
  4. NUH cures patient of Hepatitis B by stopping medication in new trial  CNA
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  1. Why more men are seeking out plastic surgery  KHOU 11
  2. More men undergo plastic surgery as the daddy-do-over trend rises in popularity  EurekAlert
  3. Men seeking a 'daddy-do-over' to fend off the signs of ageing has risen by 29% since 2000  Daily Mail
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  1. Most rabies infections in the United States come from bats, CDC says  CNN
  2. Bats beat out dogs as the main cause of rabies deaths in the U.S.  Science News
  3. Rabid bats are the most common source of exposure to the deadly virus in the US, CDC warns  Daily Mail
  4. Bats, Not Dogs, Are the Most Common Source of Rabies  The New York Times
  5. Bats the main cause of rabies in the US, not dogs: CDC  New York Post
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West Nile virus discovered in Franklin County mosquitoes  NBC4 WCMH-TV Columbus

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  1. New Study Could Show Better Ways To Detect Prostate Cancer  CBS Miami
  2. Biomarker indicates tumor aggressiveness and poor prognosis in men with prostate cancer  Medical Xpress
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  1. Eating fish instead of red meat can cut risk of early death by a quarter  The Times
  2. Eating more red meat linked with higher mortality risk  CNN
  3. Eating red meat three times a week increases risk of early death by 10%, research suggests  The Independent
  4. Red and processed meat can shorten life, say scientists  The Guardian
  5. Eating red meat linked with higher risk of death in study of 81,469 adults  CNET
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  1. Tick season is here: What you need to know  ABC 12 News
  2. Tick warning: Numbers up in Colorado  KOAA 5
  3. Tick-related illnesses on the rise in Tennessee  WSMV Nashville
  4. News Number of Lyme disease cases increasing in Michigan Ali Hoxie 5:56 AM, Jun 12  WXYZ Detroit
  5. Tick Season Is in Full Swing  Redheaded Blackbelt
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  1. People with untreated 'white coat hypertension' twice as likely to die from heart disease  EurekAlert
  2. People with untreated 'white coat hypertension' twice as likely to die from heart disease  Medical Xpress
  3. High blood pressure at doctor's office may mean you're twice as likely to die of heart disease  CNN
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  1. Postpartum depression in new dads often missed  Reuters
  2. Signs of postpartum depression in dads are often mistaken or missed, study shows  Global News
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  1. ‘Butterfly Children’ Disease Causes This Boy’s Skin to Look Burned and Blistered  Health.com
  2. Mum with sons battling rare skin condition accused of abusing and burning them  Mirror Online
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  1. New Allergy Treatment  CBS Miami
  2. New treatment called 'game-changer' for chronic allergy patients  CNYcentral.com
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  1. Why eating while standing can be dangerous for you  Times of India
  2. Islam & Science: Eating while standing ups stress, mutes taste buds  The Siasat Daily
  3. Eating While Standing Increases Stress, Mutes Taste Buds  News18
  4. Eating while standing ups stress, mutes taste buds  Times of India
  5. Don't Stand And Eat, It May Up Stress And Also Mute Taste Buds  NDTV Food
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  1. ‘WHO experts identify weaknesses contributing to HIV/AIDS’  DAWN.com
  2. Over half of Sindh's HIV patients still await treatment: WHO  The Express Tribune
  3. WHO declares HIV outbreak in Larkana as ‘Grade 2 Emergency  The News International
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  1. Tracking your sleep can actually lead to insomnia, says sleep expert  The National
  2. Sleep trackers are counterproductive and can lead to insomnia, says specialist  The Independent
  3. Insomnia: What are the symptoms and what is the cure for your sleeping problems?  goodtoknow
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  1. Mum, 38, who ate listeria-infected sandwich thought she was going to die  Mirror Online
  2. NHS was warned about listeria risk from pre-packed sandwiches three years before deadly outbreak  The Sun
  3. Sandwiches from food firm behind deadly listeria outbreak sold in schools  The Telegraph
  4. NHS was warned that pre-packed sandwiches could kill patients THREE YEARS ago  Mirror.co.uk
  5. Three hospital patients die after listeria outbreak linked to sandwiches  Yahoo News
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  1. Here's what different countries prefer to drink  Sierra Leone Times
  2. New study maps what the world is drinking  ZME Science
  3. Research reveals how diet influences diabetes risk  EurekAlert
  4. What is the world drinking? New data reveals which types of drink are popular around the world  TheJournal.ie
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Measles in Idaho: 1st case since 2001  Outbreak News Today

Idaho health officials are reporting the first measles case in the state in 18 years in Moscow. Public Health – Idaho North Central District (PH-INCD) made the ...

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Changing your bedtime every night could mess up your metabolism years later  9Coach

Irregular sleep patterns — going to bed at a different time every night — is linked to metabolic conditions...

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  1. The final text from US couple who died mysteriously in Fiji  Stuff.co.nz
  2. 'We have been throwing up for 8 hours': Couple who died in Fiji texted relatives  ABC News
  3. Texas Couple Who Died in Fiji Emailed Relatives: ‘Throwing up for 8 Hours’  The Epoch Times
  4. Flu ruled out as cause of death for Fort Worth couple in Fiji  fox4news.com
  5. No answers into mysterious deaths of US couple who fell ill then died in Fiji  TVNZ
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Surgeons Opened Her Skull To Remove Tumor. Instead, They Found A Tapeworm  NDTV News

Doctors had broken the disheartening news to Rachel Palma, explaining that the lesion on her brain was suspected to be a tumor, and her scans suggested that ...

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  1. Exercise fine-tunes brain's connections, eases autism spectrum disorder in mouse model  EurekAlert
  2. Exercise eases autism spectrum disorder in mouse model  Medical Xpress
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  1. China's CRISPR Babies May Be More Likely To Die Young  IFLScience
  2. Scientists say genetically modified babies will have shorter lives  BGR
  3. Daily briefing: How to ferret out lesser-known sources of funding  Nature.com
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More elderly Americans dying from falls  Reuters

By Lisa Rapaport (Reuters Health) - Death rates from falls are rising among elderly Americans - and climbing fastest among seniors in their 90s, a U.S. study suggests. Among all adults 75 and older, mortality from falls climbed 5.1 percent from 2000 to 2016, researchers report in JAMA. Death rates from falls rose the most - 6.4 percent - among people 95 and up. "People can die after a fall for many reasons, which may include head trauma, internal bleeding, and complications of a bone fracture," said study co-author Dr. Robin Lee of the U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention in Atla...

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  1. What you need to know at the start of mosquito season  NJTV News
  2. Wet weather got you buggin' about mosquitoes? Indiana's severe storms are contributing to the pests' population in a positive way  wlfi.com
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  1. Study identifies genetic 'switch' that helps spread breast cancer around body  DNA India
  2. Scientists discover 'switch' that helps breast cancer spread around the body | Imperial News  Imperial College London
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  1. Occupational Hazards Account for More Than One in Ten People with Range of Lung Diseases  Nature World News
  2. Working in a dusty environment? Watch out for risk of COPD  Economic Times
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  1. Woman reveals struggle of battling hidden illness that 'made life stop at 17'  Mirror Online
  2. 'My life stopped at 17': What it's like for this brave young woman to battle her hidden illness which is dismissed as laziness  Manchester Evening News
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  1. Genetically modified fungus kills 99 percent of malaria mosquitoes  Regina Leader-Post
  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. First CDK4/6 Inhibitor to Improve Survival in Metastatic Breast Cancer  Medscape
  2. Breast cancer drug gives new hope to young women with disease by improving survival by 50 per cent  The Telegraph
  3. New breast cancer treatment offers hope of longer life to younger women  The Guardian
  4. 'New hope' in fight against breast cancer as scientists say treatment breakthrough could help thousands of young women live longer  Daily Mail
  5. New breast cancer drug found to boost survival rates by 30%  Medical Xpress
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  1. US risks losing measles elimination status with record cases  Jamaica Observer
  2. » US measles cases in first five months of 2019 surpass total cases for any year since 1994 » The heartbeat of the lakewood community  thelakewoodscoop.com
  3. You may need a measles or shingles vaccination, especially if you're older  MarketWatch
  4. In Ohio and elsewhere, thousands of US kindergartners avoid shots even without waivers  The Columbus Dispatch
  5. US health officials threaten to ban 8 measles patients from flights  Daily Mail
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  1. New studies warn against ultra-processed foods  KHOU 11
  2. Should 'ultra-processed' foods include health warnings?  Big Think
  3. Breaking: Ultra-processed foods remain really, really, really bad for you  Cochrane Times Post
  4. Ultra-Processed Foods Linked to Higher Risk of Heart Disease and Early Death  EcoWatch
  5. New evidence links ultra-processed foods with a range of health risks: Policies that limit ultra-processed food intake are urgently needed, say researchers  Science Daily
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  1. Measles Cases in 2019 Have Hit a 25-Year High Amid Ongoing Outbreaks, CDC Says  Gizmodo
  2. Measles Outbreak Nears 1000 Cases  CBS New York
  3. Measles record means US could lose eradication status  BBC News
  4. Measles Cases Reach Highest Level in More Than 25 Years, C.D.C. Says  The New York Times
  5. Measles outbreak reaches at least 971 cases  CBS Evening News
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  1. Flu shot in short supply  Great Southern Weekender
  2. Nasal flu spray to be offered to all primary school children next winter  The Telegraph
  3. Record numbers of flu cases but retailers warn privatised stocks of vaccines are 'exhausted'  Warrnambool Standard
  4. Flu vaccine shortage: 400,000 more vaccines ordered due to ‘unprecedented demand’  NEWS.com.au
  5. Government orders 400,000 more flu vaccines after nationwide shortage  9news.com.au
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  1. Northland childcare centre at risk after confirmed measles case  RNZ
  2. Fifth measles case confirmed in Northland, with day care centre latest focus  New Zealand Herald
  3. Fifth case of measles in Northland forces residents into isolation  Newshub
  4. Measles case confirmed in region covered by MidCentral District Health Board  Stuff.co.nz
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  1. Not Sure If You're Burned Out at Work? These Are the 3 Tell-Tale Signs You Should Look For  POPSUGAR
  2. Job burnout: How to spot it and take action  NBC News
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  1. Local woman shares story of having stroke while pregnant  NBC 26
  2. Stroke survivor uses baseball to "strike out" strokes  Q13 News Seattle
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  1. West Nile virus discovered within southern Israel mosquitoes  The Jerusalem Post
  2. Mosquitoes with West Nile virus identified in southern Israel  Arutz Sheva
  3. North Shore mosquitoes test positive for West Nile virus  WLS-TV
  4. Mosquitoes test positive for West Nile virus in North Shore suburbs  Chicago Tribune
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  1. Medical Student Claudia Martinez Survives 6 Brain Surgeries While Pursuing Dream To Be A Doctor  Tech Times
  2. Dr. Langer on the Benefit of Durvalumab in Stage III NSCLC  OncLiveTV
  3. Woman Endures 6 Brain Surgeries While Studying to Become Doctor: 'Life Can Be Beautiful Again'  PEOPLE.com
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  1. How to sleep better: Tips and home remedies  Medical News Today
  2. Waking up in the middle of the night: Causes and remedies  Medical News Today
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