1. COVID-19 roundup: Flu may be linked with coronavirus spread, RA drug could aid recovery | Daily Sabah  Daily Sabah
  2. Florida Department of Health in Osceola Encouraging Residents to Get Flu Shot Now  positivelyosceola.com
  3. Fineprint: Testing system buckles under huge demand in France | COVID-19 Pandemic  WION
  4. A fall 'twindemic'? As US nears 200000 coronavirus deaths, experts fear COVID-19, flu may be a deadly combo  msnNOW
  5. South Bay Health Officials Message to the Public: Get a Flu Shot  KPIX CBS SF Bay Area
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  1. Advances In ICU Care Are Saving More Patients Who Have COVID-19  WJSU
  2. COVID-19 Survival Improved By Better ICU Care : Shots - Health News  NPR
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  1. Bacterial outbreak in China infects thousands of people after factory leak  EdexLive
  2. China: Thousands infected with bacterial disease after leak at biopharmaceutical factory - Republic World  Republic World
  3. China: Brucellosis outbreak haunts after COVID-19; Over 3000 people test positive  TIMES NOW
  4. China factory leak infects thousands with zoonosis disease  MSN UK
  5. Thousands test positive for bacteria disease in China  KSDK News
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  1. Half of COVID patients in Irish study suffer ongoing fatigue - The Jakarta Post  Jakarta Post
  2. 'Long Covid': Clinics could be our future as recovered patients struggle with after effects  Health24
  3. Study reveals the coronavirus patients most likely to suffer 'long-haul' symptoms - here's who  HeraldScotland
  4. More than half of Covid-19 patients suffer persistent fatigue  Irish Examiner
  5. More than half of coronavirus patients have ongoing fatigue, study shows  Evening Standard
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  1. Has Australia really had 60000 undiagnosed COVID-19 cases?  MENAFN.COM
  2. Our testing regime is dangerously flawed – here's how to fix it  Spectator.co.uk
  3. Has Australia really had 60,000 undiagnosed COVID-19 cases?  The Conversation AU
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  1. Second UK lockdown? COVID hospital admissions doubling every eight days  Reuters
  2. Coronavirus LIVE UK updates as Matt Hancock refuses to rule out 'two-week national lockdown'  Manchester Evening News
  3. Matt Hancock refuses to rule out second UK lockdown as it's 'last line of defence'  Mirror Online
  4. North East lockdown: 2,000,000 residents put under curfew  Metro.co.uk
  5. Matt Hancock issues national lockdown warning as COVID-19 cases spike: 'Nothing off table'  Daily Express
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  1. Seven dead, dozens infected after 'superspreader' wedding in US  Bangkok Post
  2. Maine 'superspreader' wedding linked to 170 Covid cases and seven deaths  The Guardian
  3. Maine CDC investigates COVID-19 outbreak at Portsmouth Naval Shipyard  WGME
  4. Maine Wedding Super-Spreader Event Now Linked To Seven Deaths | TODAY  TODAY
  5. Seven deaths due to 'superspreader' wedding in rural US  RTE.ie
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  1. Coronavirus: Tighter national rules considered and positive results for 90-minute test  BBC News
  2. CovidNudge: Rapid 90-Minute COVID-19 Test Shown to Be Highly Accurate  SciTechDaily
  3. Positive results for 90-minute Covid-19 test  Financial Times
  4. Assessing a novel, lab-free, point-of-care test for SARS-CoV-2 (CovidNudge): a diagnostic accuracy study  The Lancet
  5. New UK Covid test is effective but won't impact numbers as hoped  The Guardian
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  1. COVID-19 testing strategies and objectives  EU News
  2. CDC Says Pregnant Women With Covid-19 More Likely to Give Birth Prematurely  Gizmodo
  3. As many as 51% of all school employees are at increased risk of Covid-19, study finds  CNN
  4. New research: CDC study finds Hispanic, Black account for most Covid-19 deaths under 21  The Indian Express
  5. Dining Out Linked To COVID-19 Infections | Somers Daily Voice  Somers Daily Voice
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  1. Study suggests substantial proportion of pet cats and dogs are infected with SARS-CoV-2 by their owners  Phys.org
  2. Paw-ly in the pandemic: Pets can catch virus from owners - The Jakarta Post  Jakarta Post
  3. Dogs and cats can contract Covid-19 from their owners, vets warn  Mirror Online
  4. Dogs and cats CAN contract COVID-19 from their owners, study shows  Daily Mail
  5. Isolate from pets if you have Covid, warn experts  Telegraph.co.uk
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  1. Coronavirus: How are care homes gearing up for a potential rise in infections? – BBC Newsnight  BBC Newsnight
  2. UK care home residents facing fresh restrictions as Covid infections rise  The Guardian
  3. Care home staff urged to get tested for Covid-19  Shetland News
  4. Norfolk's care homes say they are prepared for second coronavirus wave  Eastern Daily Press
  5. Covid-19 test results for care home nurses 'consistently delayed and lost'  Nursing Times
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  1. COVID-19 restrictions loosened for restaurants  16 WAPT News Jackson
  2. Minorities made up 78% of US Covid-19 pediatric deaths | Daily Sabah  Daily Sabah
  3. EXCLUSIVE: CDC’s Confession That America’s Covid-19 Tracking Failed  Forbes
  4. More evidence points to bars adding to COVID-19 spread  CIDRAP
  5. People With COVID-19 Are Significantly More Likely to Have Eaten at a Restaurant  Self
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  1. Pets providing comfort and support during COVID-19 challenges  KOAA 5
  2. The One COVID Side Effect That Scares Even Doctors  msnNOW
  3. Managing your mental health during a pandemic  NBC 26
  4. Establishing and maintaining recovery during a pandemic | Downriver Life  Southgate News Herald
  5. Mental health in kids  41 Action News
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  1. What Helps Muscle Cramps? - How to Prevent & Treat Muscle Cramps  Prevention.com
  2. How to Get Rid of (and Prevent) Muscle Cramps, According to Doctors  msnNOW
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[VIRAL] Researchers Claim Google Searches for Gut Symptoms is Related to Number of COVID-19 Cases and Show New  Tech TimesView Full coverage on Google News
  1. About 8 mln Britons face tighter lockdown rules  ecns
  2. About 8 mn Britons face tighter lockdown rules as UK Covid-19 cases rise  Times of Oman
  3. Millions of Britons face tighter lockdown rules as UK reaches ‘critical time’ in virus fight  Evening Standard
  4. Coronavirus: 'UK at a turning point' as sharp COVID rise sees eight million Britons facing tougher lockdown  Sky News
  5. Eight million Britons to be under tougher lockdown as nine areas added to watchlist  MSN UK
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  1. Covid tests sent to Italy and Germany as UK labs are overwhelmed  The Guardian
  2. Coronavirus: UK testing programme 'in chaos' amid 185,000 test backlog  The Independent
  3. Leak exposes scale of coronavirus test backlog - as care home results take more than 3 days  Mirror Online
  4. UK faces backlog of nearly 200,000 Covid-19 tests in government labs  Financial Times
  5. Thousands of Brits with coronavirus are ‘taking tests that will never be analysed’ as labs battle 185,000 swa  The Sun
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  1. UK coronavirus cases soar by more than 3000 in highest Sunday rise since May  China.org.cn
  2. Coronavirus: How Christmas could be different this year  BBC News
  3. UK coronavirus cases soar by 3,330 in a day in biggest Sunday increase since mid May  Mirror Online
  4. Boris Johnson's rule of six comes into force from Monday - here's what you can and can't do  Teesside Live
  5. Brits flock to pubs to enjoy last Saturday before ‘rule of six’ hits  Metro.co.uk
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  1. Does Political Instability Lower Trust in Vaccines?  Contagionlive.com
  2. Misinformation, political instability hamper vaccine trust: Study  Al Jazeera English
  3. Vaccine confidence volatile, vulnerable to misinformation, global study finds  CNA
  4. Heidi Larson: shifting the conversation about vaccine confidence  The Lancet
  5. These Are The World's Most Troubling Hotspots of Vaccine Hesitancy  ScienceAlert
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  1. What the Best Position for a Good Night's Sleep? BodyCompass Points the Way  Technology Networks
  2. MIT sleep monitor can track people's sleeping positions using radio signals  Engadget
  3. Monitoring sleep positions for a healthy rest  MIT News
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  1. Fever confusion: How to tell apart COVID-19 and the common flu?  The Indian Express
  2. Another Reason to Get Your Flu Shot: It Can Protect Your Heart  Healthline
  3. Experts: It's more important than ever to get flu shots during pandemic  Chicago Daily Herald
  4. History Professor Compares Trump and Covid-19 to Wilson and the Spanish Flu  WITN
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  1. Bonding and learning with your children during COVID-19  WKBW TV | Buffalo, NY
  2. Divorced father loses legal fight to stop son from returning to school  CTV News
  3. 2 business owners in the same industry experience different results during the COVID-19 pandemic  WFMY News 2
  4. NHS adoption process changes amid COVID-19 pandemic  KMTV 3 News Now
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  1. COVID-19 and pneumothorax: A multicentre retrospective case series  MD Linx
  2. Another possible COVID complication: 'Punctured lung' | CIDRAP  CIDRAP
  3. Punctured lung affects one in a 100 hospitalized COVID-19 patients  Medical Xpress
  4. One in 100 hospitalised COVID patients in UK has a punctured lung, study suggests  Yahoo Lifestyle UK
  5. One in a hundred Covid-19 patients suffer punctured lung according to worrying new research  RT
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Grandfather, 84, who had NEVER left UK is the earliest known fatality from coronavirus outside China  Daily MailView Full coverage on Google News
  1. Researchers study if singing could contribute to Covid-19 spread  News-Medical.Net
  2. Singing 'Happy Birthday' could spread coronavirus, scientists claim in new study  Mirror Online
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Salmon May Harbor Infectious Coronavirus For a Week, Study Shows  BloombergQuintView Full coverage on Google News
  1. Study illuminates the role of body temperature in realizing diet-induced health benefits  News-Medical.Net
  2. Calorie restriction can extend life — study explains one factor involved  Inverse
  3. Metabolic adaptation to calorie restriction  Science
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  1. FOCUS: Virus outbreaks in Singapore migrant worker dorms threaten reopening  Kyodo News Plus
  2. Singapore’s Poorest Stay in Lockdown While Others Move Freely  Bloomberg
  3. Singapore's poorest stay in lockdown while others move freely  The Edge Markets MY
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  1. 1086 new COVID-19 cases reported in NC Sunday  CBS 17
  2. COVID-19 concerns lead into Labor Day weekend  KTVB
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Chadwick Boseman's death raises awareness about colon, colorectal cancer  WBIR Channel 10View Full coverage on Google News
  1. Common cold combats influenza  Medical Xpress
  2. Common Cold Can Prevent the Flu Virus From Infecting Airways  SciTechDaily
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  1. Campus Outbreaks Erupt; Europe's Hot Spots Spike: Virus Update  MSN Money
  2. Covid-19 coronavirus: Medical experts reveal who should get the virus vaccine first  New Zealand Herald
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  1. People bereaved by Covid-19 in UK feel forgotten, charity says  The Guardian
  2. Grieving families should be allowed 'bereavement bubbles', charities say  Daily Mail
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  1. Will university students cause Christmas Covid crisis? Undergraduates could trigger virus upsurge  Daily Mail
  2. Students returning at Christmas could seed new coronavirus outbreaks, scientists warn  The Guardian
  3. Significant outbreaks of Covid-19 linked to universities are highly likely, says Sage  Evening Standard
  4. UK universities may have 'national lockdown' to stop students infecting families  Mirror Online
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  1. Coronavirus: Schools 'no greater risk than home' for pupils and staff  BBC News
  2. Q&A: Back-to-school mental health tips  Medical Xpress
  3. Schools should not screen temperature or symptoms, says Hiqa  The Irish Times
  4. HIQA: Temperature checks and screening for Covid-19 symptoms should not be carried out in schools  TheJournal.ie
  5. Coronavirus: what researchers know about the risk of reopening schools – and how best to limit it  Yahoo News UK
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Canadians advised to wear a face mask all the time, even during sex  BGRView Full coverage on Google News
  1. Weight Loss in Underserved Patients — A Cluster-Randomized Trial  nejm.org
  2. Primary Care Program on Obesity Helped Disadvantaged Patients  MedPage Today
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  1. Ask Dr. Nandi: Getting COVID-19 and the flu at the same time: What are the risks?  WXYZ-TV Detroit | Channel 7
  2. Winter flu-like illnesses could have been COVID-19  Medical News Today
  3. Flu Shots and Flu Care (Douglas Marx, DO): Every Day Health 2020  Froedtert & the Medical College of Wisconsin
  4. Go get a flu shot. It’s your patriotic duty | Editorial  NJ.com
  5. Tips to safely get the flu shot this season  WTVR CBS 6
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What you need to know about colon cancer  News 19 WLTXView Full coverage on Google News
  1. People who eat late at night tend to consume more calories and junk food overall, a study found - Insider  INSIDER
  2. 9 Easiest Ways to Start Eating Healthy  MSN Money
  3. Why it's so difficult to lose weight: The hard truths  CNET
  4. Weight loss diet: Best foods to help burn fat on the low carb keto plan - what to eat  Express
  5. Did you know restricting calories may be harmful for your health?  Times of India
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  1. Vaccine requirements in the wokrplace  NBC 26
  2. WATCH: How long does the Coronavirus immunity last? (Part 1)  Business Day TV
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  1. The coronavirus may remain in the body for a month or more — but does that mean you’re still contagious?  MarketWatch
  2. Virus in the blood can predict severe COVID-19  Medical Xpress
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  1. No Autism Risk Connected to H1N1 Flu Vaccine  MedPage Today
  2. Swine flu vaccination in pregnant women does not increase risk of autism in offspring  Medical Xpress
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  1. How To Certify A Region As Wild Polio Free - World  ReliefWeb
  2. The WHO has declared Africa free of wild polio – but disease still a threat  Health24
  3. If changes dont get rolling, wheels will come off the Pakistan bus, warns IMB report on polio  Geo News
  4. The Guardian view on African success: a step closer to conquering polio  The Guardian
  5. IMB says if drastic measures not adopted then polio could be worse in six months  The News International
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  1. New push for younger people to get screenings for colon cancer  WBAL-TV 11 Baltimore
  2. What you should know about colon cancer  MSN Money
  3. Raising colorectal cancer awareness  WCPO 9
  4. Colon cancer rates rising in younger adults, expert says  WRTV Indianapolis
  5. What to know about colon cancer and disproportionately impacted communities  Good Morning America
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