1. Chicago: Measles case confirmed; Possible exposures at University of Illinois Chicago, Millennium Park  Outbreak News Today
  2. Measles cases on the rise in UK, Public Health England confirms  Mirror Online
  3. Measles exposure possible at O’Hare, UIC with confirmed case: officials  Chicago Sun-Times
  4. King County woman diagnosed with measles in sixth Western Washington case  The Seattle Times
  5. Snohomish Problem Eviction  STSPN SPORTS
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  1. Cameron County confirming 25 cases of mumps so far in 2019  KVEO-TV
  2. Officials confirm 1 adult mumps case in Utah County, suspected case reported in Wasatch County  KSL.com
  3. Unvaccinated adult gets mumps in Utah County  Deseret News
  4. First confirmed case of mumps in Utah County under investigation  Daily Herald
  5. Officials confirm 1 adult mumps case in Utah County  KSL.com
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  1. How Much Coffee Is Too Much? A New Study Explores The Link Between Coffee And Cardiovascular Disease  Bustle
  2. How much coffee is too much?  Malaysia Sun
  3. Six or more cups of coffee in a day could be dangerous: Study  APN Live
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  1. Machine learning could predict death or heart attack with over 90% accuracy: Study  Times Now
  2. Machines Just Got Better than Humans at Predicting Death  Newsweek
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NICE backs Ocrevus for PPMS in England - but with caveats  pharmaphorum

NICE has recommended regular NHS funding for Roche's Ocrevus, although there are still restrictions on its use.

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  1. Cambridge road sign becomes home to bee swarm  BBC News
  2. Watch: Giant swarm of bees take over Cambridge road sign  Cambridge News
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  1. Measles cases rise to 20 in the Bay of Plenty over the weekend  New Zealand Herald
  2. Low vaccine coverage rate, floating population leading to repeat measles outbreaks - Nepal  ReliefWeb
  3. Festival-goers at risk of measles amid global surge, warns health officials  NME Live
  4. Festivalgoers warned about measles risk amid global surge in highly contagious disease  The Independent
  5. Minnesota has 'many pockets of concern' in fight against measles  Star Tribune
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  1. US territories to get controversial dengue drug  Radio New Zealand
  2. FDA approves dengue vaccine with strict rules  Newsy
  3. FDA approves first vaccine for dengue, but limits its use  Times of India
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  1. End to Aids in sight as huge study finds drugs stop HIV transmission  The Guardian
  2. Risk of HIV transmission through condomless sex in serodifferent gay couples with the HIV-positive partner taking suppressive antiretroviral therapy (PARTNER): final results of a multicentre, prospective, observational study  The Lancet
  3. Aids and HIV timeline: from Terry Higgins to PrEP  The Guardian
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  1. Florida experiencing hepatitis A outbreak  Fox 35 Orlando
  2. Hepatitis A outbreak is worsening across Bay Area  10News WTSP
  3. Colorado reports 52 cases of hepatitis A amid outbreak of contagious infection  The Denver Post
  4. Join us for Hepatitis A Q&A  ABC Action News - Tampa Bay
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  1. Ambien, Other Sleep Aids Get FDA's Strongest Warning  Newser
  2. FDA: Sleep meds require new 'black box' warnings  USA TODAY
  3. Ambien, other sleep aids get FDA's 'Black Box' warning label  Fox News
  4. FDA: Here Are The New Warnings About Sleeping Pills Like Ambien, Lunesta, Sonata  Forbes
  5. FDA Issues Strong Warning Over Risks Of Common Sleeping Pills  news9.com KWTV
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  1. More Women Snore Than Is Reported  WebMD
  2. Why women need more sleep than men  Times of India
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  1. 'Brady Bunch' Star Hits Back After Episode Fuels Critics Of Measles Vaccine | TODAY  TODAY
  2. Brady Bunch star Maureen McCormick not happy with anti-vaxxers using the sitcom to downplay measles  Daily Mail
  3. The Brady Bunch Does Not Prove Measles Is Harmless  Jezebel
  4. Do You Really Think "The Brady Bunch" Was Real?  Forbes
  5. ‘Marcia Brady’ actress calls out anti-vaxxers on measles  WTKR News 3
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  1. U.S. measles outbreak hits 25-year peak, federal health officials say  Haaretz
  2. Florida should end religious exemptions to measles vaccine | Editorial  Orlando Sentinel
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  1. A Promising Peanut Allergy Treatment May Actually Be Doing More Harm Than Good  IFLScience
  2. A Promising Peanut Allergy Treatment May Not Work So Well After All, Research Review Says  TIME
  3. Giving peanuts to children to cure allergy raises risk of anaphylactic shock, study finds  Telegraph.co.uk
  4. Peanut exposure may not work for peanut allergy  Newsy
  5. Do NOT give peanuts to children to cure their allergy, study warns  Daily Mail
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  1. Heart attack recovery could be improved with hydrogel heart patch  Medical Device Network
  2. Innovative patch may reduce muscle damage after a heart attack  Medical News Today
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  1. Dairy-intolerant woman in intensive care after eating Aldi Easter egg with confusing packaging  Daily Mail
  2. Melbourne woman suffers life-threatening reaction after misreading Aldi label  9news.com.au
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  1. One Dead in MI After Listeria Outbreak from Deli Meats & Cheeses  Mix 95.7FM - Today's Variety
  2. Listeria Outbreak Tied To Deli Meats, Cheeses  CBS New York
  3. CDC investigating listeria infections linked to deli meats and cheeses  WNEM Saginaw
  4. CDC investigates Listeria outbreak  KOBI-TV NBC5 / KOTI-TV NBC2
  5. Listeria Outbreak Linked To Deli Meats And Cheeses  CBS New York
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  1. Oregon Mother Spots Daughter’s Eye Cancer After Noticing Odd Glimmer in Photo  The Epoch Times
  2. Girl, 5, has her eye removed the day after doctors found 10 tumours in it  Daily Mail
  3. Girl's 'glowing' eye removed day after doctors found 10 TUMOURS  Mirror Online
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  1. Couples ‘SIX times’ more likely to QUIT smoking than single smokers  Express
  2. Partnering up Key to Quit Smoking: Study  News18
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  1. Vole damage is prevalent on lawns, and crabgrass is coming  Brainerd Dispatch
  2. Growing Together: Vole damage is prevalent on lawns, and crabgrass is coming  INFORUM
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  1. Repeat BP measurements essential for hypertension diagnosis  Medibulletin
  2. 52 Year Old Abuja Civil Servant Reveals How She Lowered Her Blood Pressure in 3 Weeks using a NAFDAC Approved Solution  Vanguard
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  1. In Light of The Massive Outbreak, Here's Everything You Need to Know About Measles  ScienceAlert
  2. Measles is a public health emergency in the US — these 15 charts explain the vaccine problem  Business Insider
  3. Vaccination exemptions are under fire as the measles outbreak grows nationwide. Here's what you need to know  Deseret News
  4. Measles outbreak: No cases reported in Alabama; Alabama vaccination rates; what you need to know  AL.com
  5. Reports of New Measles Cases Reach Weekly High for 2019  The New York Times
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  1. Third premature baby dies following infection at Glasgow hospital  Rhyl Journal
  2. Hospital deaths: Third baby dies from blood infection in Glasgow  Daily Star
  3. Third baby dies from 'extremely rare' strain of blood infection at Glasgow hospital  Daily Record
  4. Glasgow's Princess Royal Maternity hospital sees third baby die from blood infection  Evening Times
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  1. How whitening strips can damage your teeth  Medical News Today
  2. Teeth whitening products containing hydrogen peroxide can damage the tissue underneath  Daily Mail
  3. Can Whitening Products Really Damage Your Teeth?  menshealth.com
  4. How whitening strips can harm teeth  Treehugger
  5. Over-the-counter whitening strips ‘erode your teeth and trigger agonising nerve pain’  The Sun
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  1. Stressed? New Study Says You Simply Need a 20-Minute 'Nature Pill'  Good News Network
  2. If You Want To Reduce Your Stress Levels, Get Outside  Scary Mommy
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  1. How whitening your teeth could actually be ruining your smile  The Sun
  2. Easy ways to whiten your teeth naturally - The Jakarta Post  Jakarta Post
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  1. Every fourth health care facility lacks basic water services, say UNICEF and WHO  China.org.cn
  2. Lack of basic water facilities risks millions of lives globally: UN health agency  UN News
  3. Superbugs flourish as a quarter of health facilities lack basic water services worldwide  The Telegraph
  4. Water, Sanitation and Hygiene in Health Care Facilities: Global baseline report 2019  UNICEF
  5. Soap and superbugs: 2 bln people lack water at health facilities - U.N.  Thomson Reuters Foundation
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Forever young: study uncovers protein that keeps skin youthful  Medical Xpress

Beauty might only be skin deep, but for those wondering how to keep that skin young, scientists may have found an answer in the form of a protein that ...

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  1. Physician groups want to limit kids' access to sugary drinks  FOX 47 News
  2. Anti-soft drink measures fall short  Boston Herald
  3. Massachusetts considering taxing sugary drinks to fight childhood obesity  WWLP-22News
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  1. SJ health officials urging vaccinating against measles  Manteca Bulletin
  2. Local health officials concerned over measles outbreak  WBNG-TV
  3. Measles case confirmed at UC Davis Medical Center  KCRA Sacramento
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  1. 'St. Baldrick's Day' helps raise money for children's cancer research in New Orleans  WWLTV
  2. Annual St. Baldrick's event hosts head shaving, raises money for kids with cancer  WWMT-TV
  3. More than 100 people shave their heads to raise money for childhood cancer research  WWLP.com
  4. Shaved heads benefit pediatric cancer research  WOODTV.com
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  1. 11th Annual Colon Cancer Awareness Run/Walk Takes Place In Fairmount Park  CBS Philly
  2. It's Never Too Late: A colorectal cancer awareness initiative | Colorectal cancer can affect the young, says expert  Hindustan Times
  3. Former star athlete shares cancer story | Local News  Elizabethtown News Enterprise
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  1. Business leaders committed to Utah Compact of Immigration  ABC 4
  2. Officials reaffirm family-friendly Utah Compact on immigration. LDS Church still backs it but again doesn't sign it.  Salt Lake Tribune
  3. North Salt Lake police seek alleged armed robbery suspect  KUTV 2News
  4. Flu has killed 4 Utah children since October  KUTV 2News
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  1. Calling time on 'statistical significance' in science research  Science Daily
  2. Stats Experts Plead: Just Say No to P-Hacking  Undark Magazine
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  1. A woman’s age and pregnancy history could affect her risk of miscarriage  Malay Mail
  2. Role of maternal age and pregnancy history in risk of miscarriage: prospective register based study  The BMJ
  3. Risk of miscarriage rises by five-fold in older woman amid soaring rates of over-40s having babies  Daily Mail
  4. New study sheds new light on causes of miscarriage  Valley News Live
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  1. Abuse in Childhood Tied to Brain Changes and Later Depression  HealthDay
  2. Childhood trauma scars the brain and boosts depression risk  Telegraph.co.uk
  3. Child abuse may change brain structure and make depression worse  New Scientist News
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  1. Statins Reduce Cholesterol, So Why Don't People Take Them?  Healthline
  2. When the Benefits of Statins Outweigh the Risks  The New York Times
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  1. World's first remote brain surgery highlights the IoT's healthcare potential  IoT Tech News
  2. First Remote Brain Surgery Via 5G Network Performed in China – Reports  Sputnik International
  3. Surgeon performs 'world first' remote brain surgery on patient 1,800 MILES AWAY  Daily Mail
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