1. Well-Controlled Epilepsy Also Tied to Sudden Death  Medscape
  2. Sudden Death Can Occur Even in Well-Controlled Epilepsy  HealthDay
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  1. Implementing the Breast Health Global Initiative guidelines  ecancer
  2. Updates in metastatic and early-stage breast cancer  ecancer
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  1. Flesh-Eating Bacteria Has Moved Into New Jersey, Has Already Turned Deadly | Listen Up  NBC New York
  2. Flesh-Eating Bacteria Spreading Across US East Coast Beaches Due To Warm Water Temperatures!  PerezHilton.com
  3. Flesh-Eating Bacteria Spreads to East Coast Beaches, Infecting People Crabbing in Delaware Bay  PEOPLE.com
  4. Fox News Attributes Spread of Flesh-Eating Bacteria to… Climate Change?  Mediaite
  5. Beyond the hype, new worries about health and Delaware Bay | Editorial  NJ.com
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  1. Obesity leads to higher rates of long-term opioid use for chronic pain, study finds  National Post
  2. Is an opioid really the best medication for my pain? - Harvard Health Blog  Harvard Health
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  1. Mobile phones to blame for 'horns' growing on people's skulls: scientists  IOL
  2. Horns are growing on young people’s skulls. Phone use is to blame, research suggests.  The Washington Post
  3. Horns are growing on young people's skulls. Phone use is to blame, research suggests  Sydney Morning Herald
  4. Researchers say shifting body posture due to phone use is causing hornlike bone spurs | TheHill  The Hill
  5. Why are horns growing on young people’s skulls? Phone use is to blame, research suggests.  The Mercury News
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Ebola Slows Down Uganda-DRC Border Trade  Times of Oman

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  1. Parkinson's cure hope as study shows disease can be spotted decades earlier  The Times
  2. Researchers uncover the earliest signs of Parkinson's in the brain, many years before symptoms  Daily Mail
  3. Early brain 'signs of Parkinson's' found  BBC News
  4. Study reveals roots of Parkinson's in the brain  Medical Xpress
  5. Parkinson's disease 'could be detected early on by brain changes'  The Guardian
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  1. Nashville health officials push to 'reduce or eliminate' vaccine exemptions  NewsChannel 5
  2. Nashville health officials push to reduce vaccine exemptions  NewsChannel5.com
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  1. Study: Researchers Can Predict Medical Conditions From Facebook Profiles  CBS Philly
  2. Your Future Doctor Could Monitor Your Facebook Posts for Disease  VICE
  3. How Your Facebook Posts Might Reveal Your Medical Status  Lifehacker
  4. Facebook posts could help doctors spot alcoholism, diabetes or depression, study says  CNET
  5. Facebook statuses can be used to learn hints about your medical conditions  Quartz
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  1. Public Health Ontario reports 48 opioid-related deaths in Windsor-Essex in 2018  CTV News Windsor
  2. Windsor-Essex County sees record number of opioid deaths in 2018  Windsor Star
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  1. Hepatitis A outbreak reported by health officials in Clark County  FOX5 Las Vegas
  2. Officials warn of hepatitis A outbreak in Clark County  KTNV Channel 13 Las Vegas
  3. Clark County officials declare hepatitis A outbreak  Las Vegas Review-Journal
  4. Health District declares acute hepatitis A outbreak in Clark County  KLAS-TV
  5. Acute Hepatitis A outbreak declared for Clark County  KTNV Las Vegas
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6 new gynecological oncologists hired in Saskatchewan  Global News

The Saskatchewan Cancer Agency said six gynecological oncologists have been hired – three based in Saskatoon and three in Regina.

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Parents warned of possible hepatitis A exposure at Orléans school  Ottawa Citizen

Ottawa Public Health sent letters to parents of students at Maple Ridge Elementary School Tuesday warning that they may have been exposed to Hepatitis A.

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Vitamin D may not reduce heart risk  ANI News

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  1. Reality check: Does wearing a hat cause hair loss?  Global News
  2. Myths about the causes of hair loss and how to actually prevent it  Ladders
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  1. Doctors And Lawmakers Are Fighting The Worst Measles Outbreak In 25 Years, But They Face Challenges In Court  The Daily Caller
  2. Measles Outbreaks in 28 U.S. States, Worst Infection Rate in 25 Years  Breitbart
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  1. Vitamin D doesn't confer any cardiovascular disease protection: JAMA  Specialty Medical Dialogues
  2. Vitamin D may not reduce heart risk  ANI News
  3. Vitamin D may not help your heart  Medical Xpress
  4. Vitamin D does NOT prevent heart disease, study finds  Daily Mail
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  1. New leader for B.C. Cancer is a renowned oncologist and researcher  Vancouver Sun
  2. New leader for BC Cancer is a renowned oncologist and researcher  Standard Freeholder
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  1. Eight Days Of Mosquito Spraying Set For Broward County  CBS Miami
  2. Broward to start spraying for mosquitoes after recent rains  WPLG Local 10
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Study finds suicide rates among teens on the rise  KARE 11

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  1. Abnormally fast heartbeat linked to a higher risk of dementia: study  CTV News
  2. Atrial fibrillation may raise dementia risk by 50%  Medical News Today
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  1. Clemson student searches for cure for breast cancer  News 19 WLTX
  2. Women not aware enough of breast cancer link to alcohol  BBC News
  3. Many women don't understand how alcohol influences their breast cancer risk  9Coach
  4. Just one in five women at risk of breast cancer know alcohol increases the danger  The Telegraph
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  1. Canadian researchers find link between gut bacteria and fibromyalgia  CTV News
  2. Findings link gut bacteria and fibromyalgia  Futurity: Research News
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  1. This Creature Eats Stone. Sand Comes Out the Other End.  The New York Times
  2. Shipworm that eats rock instead of wood found in river in the Philippines  Phys.org
  3. Slimy sea creature that eats stone and poos out SAND discovered by scientists  The Sun
  4. Bizarre-looking new sea creature that eats stones and excretes sand caught on camera  Mirror Online
  5. This creature eats rocks and poops out sands; What happens when it eats away mountains next?  International Business Times, Singapore Edition
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  1. Reality check: Is white meat as bad for your heart as red meat?  Global News
  2. Is Coconut Oil As Ethical And Healthy As You Think?  Plant Based News
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  1. Public Health warning about measles case in Laval  Global News
  2. Public alert: Person infected with measles visited stores in Laval  CTV News
  3. Warning: Measles Outbreak In Montreal Area, Public Potentially Exposed  MTL Blog
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  1. Inattentive children will earn less money at 35  Medical Xpress
  2. Children who struggle to concentrate at school go on to earn 'thousands less a year'  Daily Mail
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  1. Sask. Cancer Agency establishes gynecological oncology program  CTV News
  2. 6 gynecological oncologists will soon be practicing in Saskatchewan: Cancer Agency  CBC.ca
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Another blood pressure drug tests positive for cancer-causing compound  SlashGear

Another high blood pressure drug is facing a recall over the discovery of unacceptably high levels of an impurity that may cause cancer in some patients,

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  1. Study finds cannabis use during pregnancy linked to preterm births  CTV News
  2. Study: More Pregnant Women Using Pot, Despite Risks  WebMD
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  1. This Robot Fish Powers Itself With Fake Blood  WIRED
  2. Researchers make a robotic fish with a battery for blood  Ars Technica
  3. This Freaky Robotic Fish Is Powered by ‘Blood’  Gizmodo
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  1. Meet the New York couple donating millions to the anti-vax movement  The Washington Post
  2. No, anti-vaccine hysteria didn't emerge from grassroots. This rich NYC couple funded it.  Boing Boing
  3. REVEALED: This wealthy New York family has been funneling millions to the anti-vax movement  Raw Story
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  1. Grim video shows world’s ‘largest’ chunk of ear wax measuring 2.5cm being pulled from patient  The Sun
  2. Patient has biggest clump of earwax you've ever seen removed  Metro.co.uk
  3. Stomach churning moment a 2.5cm chunk of EAR WAX is removed  Daily Mail
  4. Earwax clump clogging entire ear canal removed from patient: 'Look at that!'  Fox News
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  1. Orléans students may have been exposed to Hepatits A  OttawaMatters.com
  2. Parents at Orléans school warned about hepatitis A cases  CBC.ca
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  1. WA flu season becomes worst on record as fatalities double  Sky News Australia
  2. Vaccination push as WA flu deaths surge  NEWS.com.au
  3. WA pharmacies told to give flu vaccination to children age 10 or over  PerthNow
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  1. Asperger's and ADHD: Differences, characteristics, and diagnosis  Medical News Today
  2. A Kelowna medical research company needs adults with autism spectrum disorder for a study  BCLocalNews
  3. What’s So Funny About Autism?  The New York Times
  4. Our Ausome Anton: A mother's journey with her son on the autism spectrum  Rappler
  5. Eating disorders can mask autism in girls  Stuff.co.nz
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  1. Low trust in vaccines 'a global crisis'  BBC News
  2. Survey shows crisis of confidence in vaccines in parts of Europe  The Guardian
  3. A Global Survey Shows Which Countries Are The World’s Top Vaccine Doubters  BuzzFeed News
  4. French scepticism over vaccines reflects distrust of government  The Guardian
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Your Healthy Family: Kids summer weight gain  KOAA 5

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  1. Health officials warn of measles exposure in Laval  Montreal Gazette
  2. Public health issues warning after measles case in Laval  CBC.ca
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  1. Beauty products send a child to hospital every two hours, U.S. study finds  Global News
  2. Cosmetics injuries send more than 4,000 kids to the ER each year  Atlanta Journal Constitution
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Employee at Spring Hill pizza restaurant tests positive for hepatitis A, health officials say  ABC Action News

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  1. Canadian research team says answers needed on naloxone  Houston Today
  2. Naloxone distribution questions need answers amid Canada's opioid crisis  CBC.ca
  3. Answers needed on overdose-reversing med's ethical, distribution issues: network  CTV News
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  1. Suicide rates among America's young people continue to soar, study shows  CNN
  2. Suicides hit a 20-year high among US teenagers and young adults, report reveals  Daily Mail
  3. Suicide rates among young people reach their highest level since 2000  NBC News
  4. Suicide among teens and young adults reaches highest level since 2000  PBS NewsHour
  5. Suicide Rates Among Young Americans Have Hit Their Highest Levels in Almost 20 Years  Newsweek
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  1. What's so bad about processed foods? Scientists offer new clues  TVNZ
  2. Here’s how processed foods are actually are bad for you, according to scientists  Toronto Star
  3. What is ultra-processed food and how do I avoid it?  ABC News
  4. Breaking the habit of processed foods | Health News  AZFamily
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  1. Poor oral hygiene associated with risk of several chronic diseases  ANI News
  2. Take care of your oral health to lower the risk of Liver Cancer!  The Financial Express
  3. Poor Oral Health Escalates Risk of Chronic Diseases & Cancer : Study  News18
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Your Facebook profile can indicate if you have a medical condition, study finds  ABC Action News

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  1. Nearly 95 per cent of B.C. children immunized against measles: province  CityNews Vancouver
  2. How bad is the measles comeback? Here’s 70 years of data  PBS NewsHour
  3. Measles outbreak  The Argus
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  1. Measles Outbreak: Potential Exposure Reported At Newark Liberty International Airport  CBS New York
  2. Measles outbreak latest: Potential exposure reported at New Jersey's Newark Liberty International Airport  CBS News
  3. N.J. measles: Another traveler may have exposed people at Newark airport  NJ.com
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Summer camp is newest front in battle with measles outbreak  CTV News

ALBANY, N.Y. -- The battle to contain the worst U.S. measles outbreak in 27 years has a new front: summer camp. Vaccinations have been made mandatory this ...

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  1. Hepatitis deadlier than AIDS, malaria, TB  Daily Trust
  2. Campaign to fight hepatitis B pays off as Uganda surpasses 2020 goal  NTVUganda
  3. Hepatitis a bigger threat than Aids: WHO  NewsDay
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