Health officials raise concerns about hepatitis A outbreak  KCTV Kansas City

ST. LOUIS (AP) — Officials are raising concerns that a hepatitis A outbreak in Missouri could worsen if the liver disease spreads to urban areas.

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  1. Hundreds gather in Goma, Congo for Stop Ebola march  Boston 25 News
  2. Why the DRC Ebola outbreak was declared a global emergency and why it matters  News24
  3. Ebola then and now: Eight lessons from West Africa being applied in the Democratic Republic of the Congo - Democratic Republic of the Congo  ReliefWeb
  4. HHS to provide US$23 million to Merck for Ebola vaccine production  CNA
  5. Congo-Kinshasa: How Outbreaks Like Ebola Extract Huge Social and Economic Costs  AllAfrica - Top Africa News
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  1. PGC, U. Penn Vet Partner to Protect Wildlife in Pennsylvania  Morrisons Cove Herald
  2. New partnership forged to combat wildlife diseases in Pa.  Pittsburgh Post-Gazette
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  1. Polio this week as of 22 August 2019 - Afghanistan  ReliefWeb
  2. Nigeria goes three years without a case of polio  BBC News
  3. Nigeria's three-year milestone takes Africa towards polio eradication  The East African
  4. Nigeria hails ‘historic milestone’ after third polio-free year  DAWN.com
  5. Nigeria on brink of eradicating polio  IOL
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  1. Bad air days are even deadlier than we thought  The Verge
  2. Air Pollution Linked to Psychiatric Illness  Medscape
  3. Dirty Air May Increase Your Risk for Depression and Bipolar Disorder  Gizmodo
  4. Can air pollution trigger depression and schizophrenia? - The Jakarta Post  Jakarta Post
  5. Clean air campaign: More people die when pollution high  The Times
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  1. Prescription omega-3 fatty acid medications effectively lower high triglycerides  Medical Xpress
  2. Omega-3 fatty acid supplements effectively lower high triglycerides: American Heart Association  Specialty Medical Dialogues
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  1. Extra UK aid support to help stop the spread of Ebola to vulnerable countries - Democratic Republic of the Congo  ReliefWeb
  2. Ebola's 'lullaby mothers' have the loving touch | World  The Times
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  1. Wearable sweat sensors can detect what is in your blood  Health Europa
  2. Wearable Sensors Detect What’s in Your Sweat  SciTechDaily
  3. Scientists working on wearable skin sensors to analyse sweat  Gadgets Now
  4. Scientists develop wearable sensors to detect sweat rate  ETHealthworld.com
  5. Scientist developing wearable sensors to sniff out health problems from sweat  The Hans India
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  1. Boy, 10, dies from asthma attack triggered by common cold  Kidspot
  2. 'Happy, smiley' boy, 10, died from asthma attack triggered by cough and cold  Mirror Online
  3. British boy, 10, dies from asthma attack triggered by common cold  7NEWS
  4. Boy, 10, died from asthma attack triggered by cough  Daily Mail
  5. Boy, 10, died from severe asthma attack after he developed a cough and cold  Somerset Live
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Korean researchers discover key to Alzheimer's treatment through brain immune cells  ARIRANG NEWS

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  1. Breast cancer rates up 89 percent for Asian women in Boston  Sampan
  2. 'What no one told me about having a mammogram'  9Honey
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  1. New ORGAN found just beneath the skin may be responsible for certain types of pain  RT
  2. Newly discovered organ may be lurking under your skin  National Geographic
  3. Scientists discover new pain-sensing organ  The Guardian
  4. Scientists Say They've Found a New Organ in Skin That Processes Pain  Gizmodo
  5. Hope for chronic pain sufferers as scientists discover new pain-sensing organ in the skin  The Sun
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  1. 'Even my doctor burst into tears'  Coolum & North Shore News
  2. Mum, doctor both cry after baby is born with severe cleft palate | Photo  NEWS.com.au
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  1. Bronze Age Britons lived with 1m-long worms in their kidneys, scientists reveal  The Independent
  2. Bronze age meals in the marshes – seasoned with parasitic worms  The Guardian
  3. Early fish tapeworms found at 'Britain's Pompeii' Must Farm  BBC News
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  1. West Nile Virus detected in Jefferson County  TODAY’S TMJ4
  2. West Nile Virus found in mosquito in New Hanover County  WWAY NewsChannel 3
  3. First human case of West Nile virus hits New Mexico this year  KOAT New Mexico
  4. All of Kansas at West Nile virus risk  WIBW
  5. Bird with West Nile Virus found in Jefferson County  Daily Union
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  1. Two new Ebola treatments show promise in the fight against the outbreak in Congo  CNN Philippines
  2. Ebola Is Now Curable. Here’s How the New Treatments Work  WIRED
  3. Ebola drugs show ‘90% survival rate’ in breakthrough trial  BBC News
  4. Ebola now curable after trials of drugs in DRC, say scientists  The Guardian
  5. Finally, some good news about Ebola: Two new treatments dramatically lower the death rate in a trial  Science Magazine
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  1. Chlamydia vaccine shows promise in early tests  ABS-CBN News
  2. Chlamydia vaccine moves a step closer  The Guardian
  3. First ever chlamydia jab could prevent most common STI – within the next five years  The Sun
  4. Chlamydia sex infection vaccine passes safety test  BBC News
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  1. Missing Dentures Found Stuck in Man's Throat 8 Days After Surgery  TIME
  2. A Man's Dentures Got Stuck in His Throat During Surgery, Leaving Him Bleeding for Weeks  Gizmodo
  3. A Man's Dentures Were Stuck in His Throat for More Than a Week  Livescience.com
  4. A man's false teeth got stuck in his throat during a surgery. It was eight days before anyone noticed.  CNN
  5. Surgery blunder as pensioner's dentures stuck in his throat for eight days after op  Daily Record
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  1. Measles outbreak cases in the US reach highest level in 25 years  SlashGear
  2. New measles surveillance data from WHO  World Health Organization
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  1. Man loses health insurance and dies after switching to cheaper insulin  WTSP.com
  2. Unable to afford copay, man dies after using cheaper insulin  WPLG Local 10
  3. 27-year-old who couldn't afford $1,200 insulin copay dies after trying cheaper version  FOX 46 Charlotte
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  1. Bats Infected With Rabies Were Just Found In 2 More GTA Cities  Narcity
  2. Health Department: Rabid bat found in Woodstock yard  Northwest Herald
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  1. Recommend Back-to-School Immunizations  Pharmacy Times
  2. Back to School Series | Immunization requirements for students  WSAZ-TV
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  1. Death from dengue in Bangladesh: Most were infected a second time  INQUIRER.net
  2. The insect bites to watch out for on holiday in Europe  The Times
  3. Bangladesh dengue cases reach nearly 25000 as nationwide outbreak continues unabated  Global Times
  4. Kolkata deputy mayor emphasizes on exterminating Aedes breeding grounds  Dhaka Tribune
  5. Warning to New Zealand travellers over dengue fever outbreaks  RNZ
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  1. Alzheimer's and dementia leading cause of death in England and Wales  The Guardian
  2. Dementia accounts for one in eight deaths | News  The Times
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  1. What Does Kourtney Kardashian Eat? Her Diet, Revealed!  Showbiz Cheat Sheet
  2. 3 Strategic Ways To Cycle On & Off Your Keto Diet For Optimal Results  mindbodygreen.com
  3. Doughnuts, crisps and French fries: just why do carbs taste so good?  The National
  4. Keto Lunch Ideas: 5 Yummy Ketogenic Meals to Keep You Full and Happy!  LatestLY
  5. Ketogenic Diet: Is High Fat, Low-Carb Diet Good For Health? Expert Speaks  NDTV Food
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  1. Woman loses hands and legs after a kiss from her German Shepherd puppy  7NEWS
  2. Woman wakes up from coma to discover arms and legs amputated due to infection from dog saliva  Yahoo Finance
  3. US woman has all four limbs amputated after dog lick put her in a coma  Newshub
  4. Hospitalized Woman Wakes Up With Legs & Hands Amputated — All Because A Dog Licked Her!  PerezHilton.com
  5. A woman lost her hands and legs to an infection from puppy kisses  CNN
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  1. Docs remove toothbrush from man's belly in China  Gulf Today
  2. Doctors remove toothbrush from man's belly - News  Khaleej Times
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  1. Boy, 3, sent home with 'sprained ankle' but had rare fatal brain tumour  Mirror Online
  2. Scots tot, 3, misdiagnosed with 'sprained ankle' died from incurable brain cancer months later  Scottish Daily Record
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Reasons Why Your Jaw Might Be Responsible For Your Headaches of Migraines  Thrive Global

Although a migraine is serious to mild pain on top or side of your neck, the problem can simply begin from the base of your skull. Your jaws may be responsible ...

  1. US Cities Now See More Overdose Deaths than Rural Areas  New Delhi Times
  2. CDC: More drug overdose deaths now happening in cities  11Alive
  3. More people are dying from drugs in urban areas than in rural areas  WTVR CBS 6 News
  4. Cities again see more overdose deaths than country town  SILive.com
  5. CDC: Overdose deaths now higher in cities than rural areas | TheHill  The Hill
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  1. Mosquitoes Carrying West Nile Virus Found in Brampton  inbrampton.com
  2. Game & Fish Dept Watching For West Nile  KXNet.com
  3. Carmel park tests positive for West Nile virus  RTV6 The Indy Channel
  4. Mosquitoes Carrying West Nile Virus Found in Peel Region  insauga.com
  5. Fresno woman hospitalized after being infected with West Nile Virus  KFSN-TV
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  1. Ear Tickling Maybe the Secret to Anti-Aging  Papermag
  2. 'Tickle' therapy could help slow ageing  EurekAlert
  3. How 'tickling' the ear could prevent age related disease  Medical News Today
  4. Ear ‘tickling’ can apparently slow the ageing process  Dazed
  5. ‘Ear tickling’ therapy could slow down ageing process by rebalancing nervous system, research finds  The Independent
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  1. Scary photo shows drug 'eat away' brain  Central Telegraph
  2. Scans reveal how cocaine ‘eats away’ at your brain in a matter of months  The Sun
  3. Doctors Release Images Of Brain Scan Showing The Effects Of Cocaine  LADbible
  4. Doctors release scans of brain showing effects of cocaine use | Photo  NEWS.com.au
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New Study Finds Frightening Connection Between Weight Gain and Brain Health  Yahoo News

It is pretty easy to gain weight as you grow older. Metabolisms slow, hormones shift, and people become generally less physically active more sedentary as they ...

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Mosquitoes Have Been Caught Carrying a Deadly Brain Virus in Florida  ScienceAlert

Orange County, Florida, just released a public advisory warning that the Department of Health had found signs of the rare brain-infecting virus, Eastern equine ...

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