1. Texas Doctor Says Man Died After Attending 'COVID Party'  CBSDFW
  2. 'I thought this was a hoax': Patient in their 30s dies after attending 'COVID party'  WGME
  3. 'I thought this was a hoax' | 30-year-old patient dies in local hospital after attending 'COVID Part  KENS 5: Your San Antonio News Source
  4. Texas Doctor Says Man Died After Attending ‘COVID Party’  CBS Dallas / Fort Worth
  5. 'I think I made a mistake': 30-year-old Texan dies at hospital after attending Covid-19 'hoax' party  KVIA El Paso
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US coronavirus cases rise by record for third day in a row, up over 62,500  Deccan HeraldView Full coverage on Google News
  1. Texas COVID-19 updates: A look at the numbers and trends for July 10  KHOU 11
  2. 'All the hospitals are full': In Houston, overwhelmed ICUs leave COVID-19 patients waiting in ER  NBC News
  3. Texas sets new single-day record with 105 COVID-19 deaths  KHOU 11
  4. Where to get tested for COVID-19 for FREE in Houston area  KTRK-TV
  5. Surge in COVID-19 cases keeps hospital patients waiting in ERs for additional beds  Houston Chronicle
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  1. Coronavirus: How to properly wear a face mask | 7NEWS  7NEWS Australia
  2. This Is How Face Masks Slow the Spread of Coronavirus, According to a Doctor  POPSUGAR
  3. Face Masks Reduce COVID Infection Risk by 65%  WebMD
  4. There's no question: Anti-maskers are dead wrong  Anchorage Daily News
  5. How important is it to wear a face mask?  KREM 2 News
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  1. Abnormally high blood sugar linked with higher risk of death in COVID-19 patients not previously diagnosed with diabetes  Medical Xpress
  2. High blood sugar elevates Covid-19 mortality risk: Study  Deccan Herald
  3. People with high blood sugar levels are more than TWICE as likely to die from Covid-19  Daily Mail
  4. Abnormally high fasting blood sugar may double death risk in COVID-19  Medical Dialogues
  5. Study suggests certain blood types linked to higher, lower coronavirus risk  KTLA
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  1. Intake of whole grain foods and risk of type 2 diabetes: results from three prospective cohort studies  The BMJ
  2. Fruit, vegetables and whole grains 'linked to lower risk of Type 2 diabetes'  Jersey Evening Post
  3. Foods rich in vitamin C and carotenoids may lower risk of diabetes: Study  Medical Dialogues
  4. An extra portion of fruit or veg can cut your risk of developing diabetes  Daily Mail
  5. This simple diet fix could help halve the risk of developing type-2 diabetes, study finds  Telegraph.co.uk
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  1. 102-Year-Old Survived 1918 Flu, Cancer, and COVID-19 | NowThis  NowThis News
  2. Covid 19 coronavirus: Man who witnessed escapee leaving Auckland's Stamford Plaza  New Zealand Herald
  3. Be strong, says 106-year-old Covid survivor who saw the Spanish Flu, lost family to earthquake  ThePrint
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America is running short on masks, gowns and gloves. Again.  The Washington PostView Full coverage on Google News
  1. The Mental Health First Team answering the mental health crisis calls | Everyday Heroes  ABC10
  2. 14 Expert-Backed Ways to Improve Your Mental Health Every Day  MSN Money
  3. Rising number of people report anxiety, depression during COVID-19  Medical Xpress
  4. Coronavirus: Doctors expecting long-term affects of pandemic on mental health | 7NEWS  7NEWS Australia
  5. In India, the deepening of the mental health crisis | Opinion  Hindustan Times
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  1. Scientists suggest coronavirus is airborne, ask WHO to change recommendations  CBC News
  2. Hundreds of scientists say coronavirus is airborne, ask WHO to revise recommendations: NYT  Reuters
  3. U.S. coronavirus case top 2.8M as scientists claim WHO is downplaying the virus' airborne risk  CNBC Television
  4. WHO underplaying risk of airborne spread of Covid-19, say scientists  The Guardian
  5. Hundreds of scientists say coronavirus is airborne  Reuters
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  1. Asthma and allergies more common in 'night owl' teens: study  EurekAlert
  2. Asthma and allergies more common in teens who stay up late  Medical Xpress
  3. Teens who sleep late may have higher risk of asthma, allergies  Free Malaysia Today
  4. An early night could reduce asthma symptoms in teenagers, say researchers  Telegraph.co.uk
  5. Teens who go to bed late and sleep-in are nearly three times more likely to get asthma, experts find  Daily Mail
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  1. 11 best sunscreens for acne-prone skin of 2020  NBC News
  2. Does a High Number SPF Mean Better Sun Protection? Here's What You Need to Know  MSN Money
  3. I’m New to Yoga, and These Are the Goals I’m Working Toward on My Mat  POPSUGAR
  4. Biodegradable Sunscreen: 9 Safe, Eco-Friendly SPFs For All Skin Tones  mindbodygreen.com
  5. Does a High-Number SPF Mean Better Sun Protection? Here's What You Need to Know  MSN Money
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  1. Most primary care providers screening toddlers for autism  Medical Xpress
  2. Finding Opportunities to Improve Screening for Autism  AAP News
  3. Study paves way for earlier autism diagnosis in Indiana  Medical Xpress
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  1. How Can Coronavirus Be Treated? New Cures, Treatments Tested  Bloomberg
  2. Months of trial and error in the ICU offer clues on how to save Covid patients  Hindustan Times
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  1. Compounds halt SARS-CoV-2 replication by targeting key viral enzyme  Medical Xpress
  2. Scientists rule out asthma as trigger for COVID-19 severity  Gulf News
  3. BD Launches Portable, Rapid Point-of-Care Antigen Test to Detect SARS-CoV-2 in 15 minutes, Dramatically Expanding Access to COVID-19 Testing  PRNewswire
  4. Prevalence of SARS-CoV-2 in Spain (ENE-COVID): a nationwide, population-based seroepidemiological study  The Lancet
  5. Research suggests protective effect of influenza vaccine against COVID-19 severity and mortality  News-Medical.Net
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  1. Study suggests moderate drinking may have benefits  Fox News
  2. Moderate Drinking May Improve Cognitive Health For Older Adults, Study Says  WJZ
  3. New Study: A Daily Drink May Improve Brain Function  VinePair
  4. Light drinking may protect brain function  University of Georgia
  5. A drink or two a day might be good for your brain, study says  Medical Xpress
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  1. It's summer, it's hot and sunny, and COVID-19 didn't go away. Why not?  Medical Xpress
  2. Wasn’t summer supposed to kill the coronavirus?  Fox News
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  1. Study shows SARS-CoV-2 can infect heart cells in lab dish  Medical Xpress
  2. SARS-CoV-2 Coronavirus Produces Long Tentacles in Infected Cells | Medicine  Sci-News.com
  3. Coronavirus forces cells to produce tentacle-like structures that infect neighboring cells  UC San Francisco (UCSF)
  4. Lab-grown 'mini-brains' suggest COVID-19 virus can infect human brain cells  Medical Xpress
  5. Do I Need To Wear A Mask Outdoors? Here’s The Science  Forbes
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  1. Pregnant Women Who Exercise May Produce Healthier Breast Milk  Healthline
  2. Exercise causes key breast milk change that helps protect lifelong health  SlashGear
  3. Moms’ exercise benefits breastfeeding kids, Ohio State study finds  The Columbus Dispatch
  4. Daily walk during pregnancy could can improve breast milk  Daily Mail
  5. Study: Exercise During and After Pregnancy Increases Benefits of Breast Milk for Babies  Ohio State Wexner Medical Center
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