1. The Other Reasons Kids Aren't Getting Vaccinations: Poverty and Health Care Access  Lakeshore Public Radio
  2. I'm terrified of parenting in the anti-vaxxer age  The Outline
  3. Poverty And Lack Of Health Insurance Keep Kids Unvaccinated Too : Shots - Health News  NPR
  4. Anti-vaxxers target communities battling measles  The Washington Post
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  1. Officer shares mental health challenges to help save others  KARE 11
  2. Breaking the stigma around mental health in sports  KENS 5: Your San Antonio News Source
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Powerful stories shed light on mental health  KGW News

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  1. Ovarian cancer is deadly, but new tests, treatments start to emerge  Wicked Local Fall River
  2. ‘This terrible disease’: Ovarian cancer is deadly, but new tests, treatments start to emerge  The Washington Post
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  1. Diabetes type 2 warning: The ‘unusual smell’ you shouldn’t ignore - are you at risk?  Express
  2. 'Smart' insulin could prevent hypoglycemia during diabetes treatment  Medical Xpress
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  1. Changes to Individual Brain Cells Have Been Identified in Children With Autism  ScienceAlert
  2. Brain changes in autism traced to specific cell types: Study of human brains links gene activity to disorder's severity, flagging targets for future therapies  Science Daily
  3. Brain changes in autism traced to specific cell types  Medical Xpress
  4. Single-cell genomics identifies cell type–specific molecular changes in autism  Science Magazine
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  1. This Is One Of The Best Things You Can Do To Prevent Dementia  HuffPost India
  2. London neurologist helps pen international dementia prevention guidelines  The London Free Press
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Quarantine over on measles-hit scientology cruise ship  Al-Arabiya

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  1. Scientists Discover Why Store-Bought Tomatoes Taste so Bad and How to Fix It  Interesting Engineering
  2. Long-lost "tasty genes" could soon be spliced back into store-bought tomatoes  New Atlas
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  1. Caring for people with mental health conditions in general clinical settings  RCNi
  2. Brave Stevenage woman speaks out about living with borderline personality disorder  The Comet
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  1. Sydney neighbourhood outraged after photos emerge of people rummaging through their rubbish bins  Daily Mail
  2. 'Why isn't this theft?' Suburban bin raiders anger residents  Yahoo News Australia
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  1. Georgios Papanikolaou: How the medical pioneer saved the lives of thousands of people  The indy100
  2. Google Doodle honors Pap smear inventor Georgios Papanikolaou  CNET
  3. Georgios Papanikolaou: Google Doodle honours medical pioneer who invented smear test  The Independent
  4. Who is Georgios Papanikolaou? Google Doodle celebrates inventor of the smear test  Express
  5. Today's Google Doodle honors Dr. George Papanicolaou, a Greek immigrant who invented the test that detects cervical cancer  CNN
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  1. Indonesia issues travel advisory as monkeypox case confirmed in Singapore - Xinhua | English.news.cn  Xinhua
  2. Batam on alert after Singapore reports monkeypox case - The Jakarta Post  Jakarta Post
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  1. What you need to know about the US measles outbreak  CNA
  2. Battling vaccine misinformation: Teaching parents to trust science  CBS News
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  1. How Much Coffee Is Too Much? Drinking 6 Cups In A Day Is Bad For The Heart, Study Shows  Study Finds
  2. Coffee is NOT bad for your heart (if you drink fewer than 6 a day)  Daily Mail
  3. How many daily cups of coffee are safe? Study offers surprising answer  SlashGear
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  1. Sea of pink runners to descend on streets  The Flinders News
  2. Mother's Day Walk for breast cancer at Canatara  BlackburnNews.com
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  1. How to turn your kids into healthy eaters  Times of India
  2. By repeating phrases, you can make your children eat healthy food  ARY NEWS
  3. Chatting on food habits makes kids healthier: Study  Odisha Television Ltd.
  4. Talking About Good Food Habits Makes Kids Healthier: Study  NDTV Food
  5. Want your kids to eat quinoa or lentils? Tell them how healthy foods will help them grow  Philly.com
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  1. Turns out you can get an STI from kissing  Ipswich Advertiser
  2. Kissing may be a neglected route for passing on throat gonorrhoea  Cosmos
  3. You can get throat gonorrhoea from KISSING – the signs you need to know  The Sun
  4. People with gonorrhoea can pass the STD on by SNOGGING, study warns  Mirror Online
  5. Gonorrhoea may be transmitted through deep kissing  Specialty Medical Dialogues
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  1. Report: Opioids leading cause of pregnancy-related deaths  ABC 4
  2. Drug overdose is the leading killer — by far — of Utah's pregnant women and new moms, a study says. Opioids are the main culprit.  Salt Lake Tribune
  3. Drugs the Top Killer of Pregnant Women, New Moms in Utah  U.S. News & World Report
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  1. Global alcohol exposure between 1990 and 2017 and forecasts until 2030: a modelling study  The Lancet
  2. Binge drinking expected to rise as alcohol use increases around the world, study says  CNN
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  1. Health officials say NYC measles cases reach 466  Windsor Star
  2. Williamsburg Still Growing Outbreak Hub For Measles  CBS New York
  3. New York City cites 84 people for refusing to vaccinate amid measles outbreak  CNBC
  4. 43 more measles cases confirmed in NYC since late April  New York Post
  5. NYC measles cases soar to 466 — mostly in Orthodox Williamsburg  New York Daily News
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  1. Wondering If You Need a Measles Booster? These Are the Guidelines From the CDC  Yahoo Lifestyle Australia
  2. Infectious disease doctor explains who needs measles booster  WBAL TV Baltimore
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  1. VERIFY: Who should get a measles vaccine?  KARE 11
  2. Amid national measles outbreak, no Minnesota cases  MinnPost
  3. Minnesota avoids measles outbreak, but still at risk  Minnesota Public Radio News
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  1. CDC: 700 Pregnancy-Related Deaths Annually, Most Preventable  Medscape
  2. A third of pregnancy-related deaths in the US happen up to a YEAR after giving birth  Daily Mail
  3. More Than Half of Pregnancy-Related Deaths Are Preventable, CDC Says  Live Science
  4. American Women Are Dying From Pregnancy Up To A Year After They Deliver  HuffPost
  5. CDC: For every 5 moms who die during childbirth, 3 of them could have been saved  11Alive
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  1. Study: Weed motivates people to workout  The Siasat Daily
  2. Study: Weed consumers say drug boosts workout motivation, makes exercise more fun  News3LV
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  1. Marcia Brady Is Pissed Anti-Vaxxers Are Using 'The Brady Bunch' To Defend Measles  Scary Mommy
  2. Antivaxxers Made the 'Brady Bunch' Measles Episode a Viral Menace  WIRED
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  1. Four More Cases of Measles Appear in Pittsburgh Area  WTRF
  2. 4 additional measles cases confirmed in Allegheny County  WPXI-TV News
  3. Measles confirmation includes warning to anyone at Pittsburgh airport on April 16  PennLive
  4. 4 more measles cases confirmed in Allegheny County  WTAE Pittsburgh
  5. 1st confirmed case of measles in Pennsylvania of 2019  WPVI-TV
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  1. Israeli research finds multiple sclerosis drug may help epilepsy patients  China.org.cn
  2. Israeli researchers discover MS drug could help epilepsy patients  The Times of Israel
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  1. FDA Adds Boxed Warning to Insomnia Drugs  Medscape
  2. FDA strengthens warning about sleeping pill dangers  CNN
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  1. More than 300 'overworked' NHS nurses have taken their own lives in last seven years  Daily Mail
  2. More than 300 NHS nurses take their own lives in just seven years  Metro.co.uk
  3. More than 300 overworked NHS nurses have died by suicide in just 7 years  Belfast Live
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  1. Mum lost twin babies and needed organ transplant because of rare condition  Metro.co.uk
  2. Mother whose first pregnancy spurred twin still-borns has new baby and healthy life after transplant  Daily Mail
  3. Mum who woke from coma to find her twins were stillborn finally reveals baby joy  Mirror Online
  4. Mum who woke from coma to be told ‘perfect’ twins were stillborn welcomes healthy daughter after life-saving l  The Sun
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  1. Obesity Linked to Increased Risk of Anxiety & Depression in Kids  PsychCentral.com
  2. Obesity and depression 'hand-in-hand' in children  BBC News
  3. Obesity linked to emotional problems  The Scotsman
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  1. US measles outbreak raises questions about immunity in adults vaccinated decades ago  The Japan Times
  2. Measles outbreak 2019: How do doctors track emerging infectious diseases?  Express
  3. 2019 measles outbreak: How to track the spread in the US and other countries  CNET
  4. Georgia health officials urge vaccination as measles outbreak continues  wgxa.tv
  5. Atlanta: Three confirmed cases in one family, all unvaccinated  Outbreak News Today
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  1. Israeli and U.S. scientists discover link between propionate and diabetes  The Jerusalem Post
  2. Could common food preservative make people fat?  Health24
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  1. #VaginaIsANoGarlicZone: Please don't shove garlic in your vagina, warns gynecologist  CANOE
  2. Gynas warn against garlic as Kenyan women flood social media for answers on infections  Nairobi News
  3. Expert: Why women should stop insert garlic in their private parts  The Standard
  4. Women warned off inserting garlic cloves  Manchester Evening News
  5. Doctors warn against use of garlic to treat yeast infections  Daily Nation
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  1. 'I could get 500 tablets a month': the ease of buying opiates online  The Guardian
  2. UK online pharmacies accused of 'aggressive' tactics to sell opiates  The Guardian
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  1. Self-charging pacemaker could end misery of repeated surgery to replace batteries for thousands of Brits  The Sun
  2. Pacemaker that uses the heart to generate its own electricity and doesn't need batteries  Daily Mail
  3. Self-powered 'pacemaker for life' in pigs unveiled  Medical Xpress
  4. Battery-free pacemaker harvests energy from pig hearts in first tests  New Scientist News
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  1. Man held for making videos against anti-polio vaccine  Gulf Today
  2. 25,000 children in Pakistan rushed to hospital after spread of false polio vaccine rumours  The Telegraph
  3. Police officer on his way for polio duty gunned down in Bannu  DAWN.com
  4. Fake news hinders anti-polio campaign in KP  The Express Tribune
  5. Students Fall Sick After Being Administered Polio Drops In Pakistan  NDTV News
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  1. Drowning In Parenting Advice? Here's Some Advice For That  WPRL
  2. Parenting Like an Economist Is a Lot Less Stressful  The Atlantic
  3. An expert's data-driven answers to your parenting questions  Quartz
  4. For Parenting Advice Sanity, 'Cribsheet' Applies Science And Common Sense : Shots - Health News  NPR
  5. Breastfeeding, co-sleeping, and marriage happiness: parenting myths, debunked  Vox.com
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  1. Digging In: Adherence to Plant-Based Diets Linked to Fewer HF Hospitalizations  TCTMD
  2. Plant-based diet cuts heart failure risk by over 40 percent  Medical News Today
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  1. Health Ministry urges Israeli airlines to vaccinate crews against measles  The Times of Israel
  2. Jewish nurses debunk anti-vaxxer misinformation as measles spreads in NYC ultra-Orthodox community  CNBC
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  1. Cannabis users gain less weight despite the munchies  SlashGear
  2. Marijuana users weigh less, defying the munchies  MSUToday
  3. MSU: Pot smokers weigh less, despite all the munchies  WZZM13.com
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  1. Doctors use HIV in gene therapy to fix 'bubble boy' disease  Arab News
  2. Doctors Cure ‘Bubble Boy’ Disease Using Edited HIV Genes  Sputnik International
  3. Gene Therapy Cures Babies with "Bubble Boy" Disease  Genetic Engineering & Biotechnology News
  4. Gene therapy works for bubble boy disease  Science Magazine
  5. Rare 'Bubble Boy Disease' Likely Cured with New Gene Therapy  Live Science
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  1. Late dinner and no breakfast is a killer combination  Medical Xpress
  2. People who skip breakfast are five times more likely to die after a heart attack  Daily Mail
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  1. Some brain functions may be restored after death, pig study suggests  Medical News Today
  2. Scientists restore basic cellular activity to a decapitated pig's brain hours after death  TechSpot
  3. Pig's brain function restored hours after death  Euronews English
  4. Zombie Pigs? Scientists Spur Some Activity in Brains of Slaughtered Hogs  NBC Connecticut
  5. Zombie pigs? Scientists restore partial function in hours-dead animal brains  RT
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  1. Two US cancer patients treated with controversial CRISPR technology  Daily Mail
  2. CRISPR Research Moves Out Of Labs And Into Clinics Around The World : Shots - Health News  NPR
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  1. Prevention sites saving lives - Canada News  Castanet.net
  2. B.C. overdose prevention sites should be template for others: report  Barriere Star Journal
  3. Provinces urged to adopt B.C.-style overdose prevention sites as quickly as possible  CTV News
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  1. More U.S. kids coming to ERs for swallowing small items  Reuters
  2. Rate of kids swallowing toys, coins and batteries has DOUBLED in 20 years  Daily Mail
  3. Study: Toddler ER visits from swallowing non-food things surge  The Takeout
  4. Kids swallow the darnedest things -- and the number of ER visits almost doubled in 20 years, study says  CNN
  5. Swallowed toys, coins, batteries spark rise in tot ER visits  Fox News
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  1. Fecal transplant drastically reduced autism symptoms in children  SlashGear
  2. Fecal Transplants Reduce Symptoms of Autism Long Term  Futurism
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