1. Why don't children have a reaction to COVID-19 that's as severe as adults?  Click On Detroit | Local 4 | WDIV
  2. There's Growing Concern COVID-19 Could Spark a Wave of Parkinson's Disease  ScienceAlert
  3. 'Silent' wave of neurological consequences may be on its way due to COVID-19  News-Medical.Net
  4. Early immune responses may be why younger people get less sick from COVID-19  Science News
  5. Parkinson's disease is not one, but two diseases  Medical Xpress
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  1. Belly fat may be linked to a higher risk of early death, regardless of overall body fat - Insider  INSIDER
  2. Beer belly raises the risk of early death from illnesses such as type 2 diabetes and heart disease  Daily Mail
  3. Chunky thighs and wide hips linked to long life expectancy  The Times
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  1. As COVID-19 cases rise in Wisconsin, doctors urge everyone to get flu shots early  NBC 26
  2. Flu shots in high demand as COVID-19 makes them even more important this year  Wink News
  3. Health experts recommend getting flu shots early  WTHR
  4. Should I get a flu shot? Las Cruces health officials say the answer is yes.  Las Cruces Sun-News
  5. Meijer Pharmacy Expects to Administer 75 Percent More Flu Shots This Year Amidst Pandemic  Yahoo Finance
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  1. Prenatal cannabis exposure may increase risk for psychopathology in middle childhood  News-Medical.Net
  2. Using weed during pregnancy linked to psychotic-like behaviors in children, study finds  CNN
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  1. It may take several tries to find right COVID-19 vaccine, PAHO director says - The Jakarta Post  Jakarta Post
  2. Steeply rising pandemic activity led by India, surges elsewhere  CIDRAP
  3. It may take several tries to find right COVID-19 vaccine, health director says  ABS-CBN News
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  1. Adjuvant Anti-CDK Thwarts Early Breast Cancer Recurrence  MedPage Today
  2. First new drug in years reduces recurrence in high risk HR+ early breast cancer  Medical Xpress
  3. Addition of abemaciclib to endocrine therapy extends invasive DFS in breast cancer subset  Healio
  4. Dr. Johnston on the Results of monarchE With Abemaciclib in High-Risk Early Breast Cancer  OncLive
  5. Abemaciclib Doublet Demonstrates OS Benefit in HR+, HER2- Metastatic Breast Cancer  Targeted Oncology
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  1. Importance of Flu Shot During COVID-19  nctv17
  2. COVID-19 roundup: Flu may be linked with coronavirus spread, RA drug could aid recovery | Daily Sabah  Daily Sabah
  3. Health Headlines - 9-18-20  FOX 47 News
  4. Early Signs You're Catching the Flu  Yahoo Lifestyle
  5. Yes, you could get the flu and COVID-19, so get a flu shot  The Daily Herald
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  1. Screening UK Biobank blood samples identifies thousands of undiagnosed cases of type 2 diabetes  EurekAlert
  2. Type 2 diabetes: Shiny, smooth skin on a certain body part could mean blood sugar is high  Express
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  1. China lab leak infects thousands with bacterial disease  Panay News
  2. Everything To Know About The New Brucellosis Outbreak In China That Has Affected Over 3000 People Already  ScoopWhoop
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Mayo Clinic launches COVID tracking tool  KARE 11View Full coverage on Google News
  1. Forget vitamins: Fauci's 3 top tips to keep your immune system strong - Business Insider  Business Insider
  2. There's Only Weak Evidence For Vitamin-D As a COVID-19 Preventative—But Scientists Are Trying to Learn More  TIME
  3. Low Vitamin D in COVID-19 Predicts ICU Admission, Poor Survival  Medscape
  4. Vitamin D can help reduce coronavirus risk by 54%: Boston University doctor  Boston Herald
  5. Boston University study finds Vitamin D reduces COVID-19 risk  Boston 25 News
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  1. Study shows pets can catch virus from owners  ABS-CBN News
  2. Paw-ly in the pandemic: pets can catch virus from owners  Manila Bulletin
  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. Cats and dogs are suffering breathing problems after catching Covid, study claims  The Sun
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  1. Could Schools Mandate COVID-19 Vaccine?  Healthline
  2. Who gets a COVID vaccine first? Access plans are taking shape  Nature.com
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  1. Understanding Mexican health worker COVID-19 deaths  The Lancet
  2. Clinician Deaths From COVID-19: 'A Crisis on a Staggering Scale'  Medscape
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  1. Gov. Baker backs flu shot mandate as a way to help hospitals  WWLP-22News
  2. State ramps up flu vaccination efforts; adds COVID-19 testing sites  WCVB Boston
  3. Charlie Baker urges Massachusetts to ‘do better’ with flu vaccinations amid COVID-19  Boston.com
  4. Governor Baker, health officials visit CVS to focus on flu vaccines, COVID-19 testing  WWLP-22News
  5. As flu season ramps up amid COVID pandemic, Massachusetts Gov. Charlie Baker urges people to get a flu shot  masslive.com
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  1. Flexibility of glycosylated membrane-bound ACE2 suggests mechanical energy source in opening of SARS-CoV-2 spike  News-Medical.Net
  2. Covid-19: Do many people have pre-existing immunity?  The BMJ
  3. How did coronavirus get transferred from animals to humans? Scientists may have an answer  ABC News
  4. Ceftazidime flagged as a potential inhibitor of the SARS-COV-2 virus  News-Medical.Net
  5. Pfizer's novel COVID-19 antiviral heads to clinical trials  Chemical & Engineering News
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  1. How the brain creates the experience of time — study  Inverse
  2. Why Time Sometimes Flies or Drags: How the Brain Creates the Experience of Time  SciTechDaily
  3. How the brain creates the experience of time  Medical Xpress
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  1. Pitt Scientists Discover Tiny Antibody Component That is Highly Effective in Preventing and Treating SARS-CoV-2 Infection in Animal Models  UPJ Athletics
  2. Tiny antibody component highly effective against SARS-COV-2 in animal studies  Medical Xpress
  3. Ab8 COVID-19 Drug Breakthrough: Tiny Antibody Component Completely Neutralizes the SARS-CoV-2 Virus  SciTechDaily
  4. 24.4 percent of UK health care workers positive for SARS-CoV-2  Medical Xpress
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  1. Indonesia's Covid-19 death toll highest in Southeast Asia – latest updates  TRT World
  2. Texas Reports 1,840 New COVID-19 Cases, 47 More Deaths  NBC 5 Dallas-Fort Worth
  3. The Latest: Texas reports 1,840 new virus cases, 47 deaths  The Mercury News
  4. Dallas County reports 156 coronavirus cases, 3 deaths  The Dallas Morning News
  5. The Latest: Texas reports 1840 new virus cases, 47 deaths  Press Herald
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  1. COVID-19 reinfection lands Spanish doctor in ICU  Anadolu Agency
  2. Catalonia reports four cases of Covid-19 reinfection, with one patient in intensive care  EL PAÍS in English
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To confront COVID-19, U.S. needs to improve existing vaccination rates  Medical XpressView Full coverage on Google News
  1. Hospital chaplains find new ways to comfort staff and COVID-19 patients  ABC Action News
  2. Covid outbreak at Somerset hospital linked to 18 deaths  The Guardian
  3. Coronavirus outbreak in an NHS hospital may have killed at least 18 patients, bosses admit  The Sun
  4. Photos: Back to school in Romsey and Test Valley  Romsey Advertiser
  5. Coronavirus outbreak at Weston General Hospital 'may have killed 18'  BBC News
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  1. Coronavirus survivors talk about symptoms following recovery  WUSA9
  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. Fever confusion: How to tell apart COVID-19 and the common flu?  The Indian Express
  5. History Professor Compares Trump and Covid-19 to Wilson and the Spanish Flu  WITN
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How coronavirus symptoms differ from the flu, allergies, and common cold, in one chart - Business Insider  Business InsiderView Full coverage on Google News
  1. Clinical Cases in HER2+ Breast Cancer  Targeted Oncology
  2. Major trial uses blood test to match women with breast cancer to precision treatments  Medical Xpress
  3. Simple blood test helps treat breast cancer | News  The Times
  4. Blood test could reveal the best personal breast cancer treatment for individual patients  Daily Mail
  5. Major 'plasmaMATCH' trial uses blood test to match women with breast cancer to range of precision treatments - The  The Institute of Cancer Research
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  1. COVID-19 infections in England jump 60% in a week: ONS estimates  Reuters India
  2. Coronavirus cases on the rise in the UK  BBC News
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  1. England is finally getting contact tracing app with Apple/Google API  9to5Mac
  2. NHS coronavirus app to launch in England and Wales on 24 September  The Guardian
  3. Coronavirus: England and Wales' contact-tracing app gets launch date  BBC News
  4. Contact tracing: England's app finally gets a launch date  ZDNet
  5. Businesses urged to prepare for NHS COVID-19 app  GOV.UK
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  1. Coronavirus cases in England doubling every eight days, study shows  The Guardian
  2. Coronavirus: England's hotspots in maps  BBC News
  3. Coronavirus: France plans tougher measures after record case surge  BBC News
  4. Coronavirus second wave: UK cases soar as THOUSANDS infected every day - bleak ONS update  Express
  5. Full lockdown warning amid stark rise in Bolton coronavirus cases  The Bolton News
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Antibodies may not guarantee protection against COVID-19, say scientists  Deccan ChronicleView Full coverage on Google News
  1. Gonorrhoea incidence in the United Kingdom on the rise  Pharmaceutical Technology
  2. Gonorrhoea infections on the rise Derbyshire  Derbyshire Times
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  1. “We should be avoiding lockdown at all cost” - Ciara Kelly  Newstalk
  2. People urged to plan for Halloween and Christmas in a ‘COVID-19 environment’  Extra.ie
  3. NPHET says Christmas and Halloween not 'cancelled' as people advised to plan festivities in Covid-19 environment  TheJournal.ie
  4. Start planning for Christmas now so you can 'celebrate safely', expert says  Newstalk
  5. 'Choose your friends wisely': Health chiefs warn people in Limerick and Dublin to reduce contacts  Irish Examiner
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Craigavon: Hospital 'needs to learn' from Covid-19 outbreaks  BBC NewsView Full coverage on Google News
Skills lost due to COVID school closures will hit output for generations - OECD  Reuters UKView Full coverage on Google News
Symptoms and causes of anxiety and its diagnosis and management  Nursing TimesView Full coverage on Google News
  1. Predicting the Risk of Developing Esophageal Cancer Using Genomic Data  Technology Networks
  2. Genome sequencing accelerates cancer detection  Medical Xpress
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  1. Controversial Forecast Of COVID-19 Death Toll Worldwide : Goats and Soda  NPR
  2. US: Model predicts 400,000 COVID-19 deaths by January  Anadolu Agency
  3. U.S. COVID-19 deaths projected to double to 410,000 by January  CGTN
  4. Latest Coronavirus Headlines: Sept. 4, 2020  CBS New York
  5. New Covid-19 Death Forecast Sees Big Cold-Weather Boost in Cases  Bloomberg
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  1. “I am terrified of something happening to me” The lived experience of people with obesity during the COVID‐19 pandemic  Wiley
  2. Explained: How obesity impairs body’s ability to fight Covid-19 infection  The Indian Express
  3. One man’s battle shows why covid-19 and obesity are a toxic mix  The Washington Post
  4. Experts discuss new study on obesity’s link to COVID-19; Masks that don’t protect against the virus  WFLA
  5. Coronavirus: Obese people's immune systems put under more strain  Daily Mail
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  1. Coronavirus: Schools 'no greater risk than home' for pupils and staff  BBC News
  2. Is reopening of schools during pandemic the right move? | Covid-19 | WION  WION
  3. Schools should not screen temperature or symptoms, says Hiqa  The Irish Times
  4. A Canadian court rules a mom can send her son to school despite his dad's Covid-19 fears  CNN
  5. Kids at school in lockdown at NO greater risk of Covid than being at home, new study finds  The Sun
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  1. Anthony Fauci: 60 years of leadership, from the court to COVID-19  Daily Californian
  2. Fauci warns that Illinois and six other states are at higher risk for a COVID-19 surge over Labor Day weekend,  Chicago Tribune
  3. Fauci: Indiana one of seven states at risk of COVID-19 surge  wpta21.com
  4. Fauci says coronavirus vaccine won't be distributed unless it's based on 'hard data'  MSN Money
  5. Fauci warns Illinois is among states at risk of coronavirus surge over holiday weekend  WKOW
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  1. The implications of the coronavirus pandemic for the environment  Business Standard
  2. The triple shock of the coronavirus – The Manila Times  The Manila Times
  3. WHO's Science in 5 - SARS-CoV-2 virus  World Health Organization (WHO)
  4. The Covid-19 virus is deadliest if you are older and male - scientists looked at the risks  Health24
  5. Can you catch COVID-19 from your neighbor's toilet?  Science Magazine
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  1. The US coronavirus death toll is projected to reach 410,000 in the next 4 months if mask use wanes  CNN Philippines
  2. US coronavirus death toll to hit 410,000 people by 2021  9News
  3. Virus model: US could see 400K+ dead by Jan. 1  The Mercury News
  4. US coronavirus death toll is projected to reach 410,000 in the next 4 months if mask use wanes  KETV Omaha
  5. The US coronavirus death toll is projected to reach 410000 in the next 4 months if mask use wanes  KITV Honolulu
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  1. Peter Facinelli unveils his 'leaner' and 'more cut' body after losing 30 pounds in a sexy new selfie  Daily Mail
  2. Eat it to beat it Prostate Cancer super food Kale  FOX 4 Now
  3. Peter Facinelli Got Ripped During Quarantine, Lost 30 Pounds, & Is Now Promoting a Great Cause!  Just Jared
  4. Peter Facinelli, 46, Goes Shirtless To Show Off 30 Lb. Quarantine Weight Loss For Prostate Cancer Awareness  HollywoodLife
  5. Fine Gael TD Neale Richmond raising awareness of prostate cancer after family 'touched by terrible disease'  Irish Mirror
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COVID-19 antibodies may last for at least 4 months, Icelandic study suggests  NBC NewsView Full coverage on Google News
New COVID-19 study reveals more about possible risks to pregnant women  CNN PhilippinesView Full coverage on Google News
  1. US CDC Reports 183050 Coronavirus Deaths  News18
  2. No, the CDC did not 'quietly adjust' US coronavirus deaths from 153504 to 9210  Poynter
  3. Could 'coronavirus fatigue' lead to higher infection rates? | DW News  DW News
  4. No, 94 Percent of COVID-19 Deaths Were Not Caused by Something Else  MSN Money
  5. COVID-19 Primary, Not Only, Cause of 94% of Deaths  WebMD
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More resources needed to clear surgical backlog: doctors  CBC News: The NationalView Full coverage on Google News
  1. Mother urges younger people to test for colon cancer early after stage 4 diagnosis  KSAT 12
  2. What you should know about colon cancer  MSN Money
  3. Actor's death raises awareness for colon cancer; survivor shares her experience  Wink News
  4. Chadwick Boseman's private struggle with colon cancer: Part 3  ABC News
  5. Bowel cancer battle – The Gisborne Herald  Gisborne Herald
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  1. First US case of COVID-19 reinfection  23 ABC News | KERO
  2. Doctors find possible case of Covid-19 reinfection in US  CNN Philippines
  3. A case of coronavirus reinfection shows the complexities of the pandemic  The Verge
  4. 25 Year Old May Have Gotten Covid-19 Coronavirus Twice With Reinfection Worse  Forbes
  5. US: Nevada man infected twice with COVID-19 | HK researchers confirmed similar case | World News  WION
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  1. Coronavirus infection unlikely to strike twice  Hindustan Times
  2. Another COVID-19 reinfection: This time second infection was more severe  Ars Technica
  3. Can You Get Infected With Coronavirus Twice? | BOOM | COVID-19 News  BOOM
  4. Covid-19 bowls a re-infection googly  The Financial Express
  5. COVID-19 reinfection tracker  BNO News
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  1. New Research Explains Multipronged SARS-CoV-2 Attack and Widepread COVID-19 Infection  SciTechDaily
  2. Children with no Covid-19 symptoms may shed the coronavirus for weeks  Hindustan Times
  3. Explained: Drug used for cat coronavirus on trial against SARS-CoV-2  The Indian Express
  4. Antiviral drug used to treat coronavirus infection in cats may be effective against SARS-CoV-2, says study  Firstpost
  5. Need a long-term healthcare roadmap for Covid-19  The Financial Express
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