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  • FAST FOOD ADS Have Dramatic Affect On Children's Fast-Food ConsumptionStudy Finds
  • WiFi AND MOBILE PHONES could increase risk of miscarriageMirror
  • YOUNG CHILDREN exposed to air pollution are more at risk of asthmaDaily Mail
  • THE OBSESSIVE TAKING OF SELFIES is a genuine mental disorderDaily Mail
  • MONTHS AFTER APPROVAL, Breakthrough Cancer Drug Given to Just Five PatientsBloomberg
  • DON'T EAT THE RAW DOUGH from your Christmas cookies, FDA warnsABC News
  • HOW HEALTHY IS YOUR STATE? The disparities are starkSTAT NEWS
  • DANGERS OF VEGAN DIET: Plant-based diets can crush energy and skinDaily Mail
  • FLU HITS MEN HARDER than womenUPI
  • BEING STUBBORN and having a good work ethic could help you live longerThe Independent
  • INCREDIBLE VIDEO shows a man who overdosed on heroin being revived by the life-saving drug naxoloneDaily Mail
  • ALMOST A THIRD OF AMERICANS Postpone Medical Treatment Because of the ExpenseFree Beacon
  • HOSPITALS FIND Asthma Hot Spots More Profitable To Neglect Than FixScientific American
  • SLIMMING can cut breast cancer risk by up to one thirdTelegraph
  • ARSENIC IN BABY FOOD: Study finds high levels in popular name-brand cerealsSFGate
  • MOST TEENS skip regular health checkupsChicago Tribune
  • HOW DIET SHAKES and dropping sodas reversed diabetesNBC News
  • EATING CHEESE EVERYDAY can reduce your risk of heart attackYahoo
  • UN WARNS of drug-resistant germ risk brewing in natureAFP
  • WHY DOES YOUR BODY TWITCH As You're Falling Asleep?Time
  • GUMMY VITAMINS DO NOT work and can do more harm than goodDaily Mail
  • COULD THIS BE THE 1ST PRESCRIPTION VIDEO GAME? It shows promise in ADHDSTAT NEWS
  • DOUBLE BOOKED SURGERIES put patients at riskBoston Globe
  • EMERGENCY ROOMS ARE MONOPOLIES. Patients pay the price.VOX
  • WINTER CAN MAKE YOU SICKMashable
  • FLU IS SPREADING fast this year, prompting fears of a severe seasonNBC News
  • ANTIBIOTICS GAVE US routine surgery. Growing resistance could change everythingBoston Globe
  • CHICKEN SOUP helps fight off coldsDaily Mail
  • TEENAGERS ADDICTED to their smartphones suffer from high levels of anxiety, depression, insomnia and impulsivenessThe Sun
  • SOARING NUMBERS of children seeing psychiatrists amid anxiety epidemicTelegraph
  • A PIECE OF CHEESE a day SLASHES the risk of heart attack and strokeDaily Mail
  • LIFE EXPECTANCY has dropped because of antibiotic resistanceTelegraph
  • 57 PERCENT OF KIDS on track for obesity by 35AFP
  • NEW PATCH could help heart attack patients with dead muscleUPI
  • 4 CUPS OF COFFEE a day keeps the doctor awayNY Post
  • AN 84 YEAR OLD DOCTOR who refuses to use a computer has lost her medical licenseWashington Post
  • CDC WARNS PEOPLE Who Have Consumed Raw Milk to See a DoctorThe Daily Meal
  • AIR POLLUTION is making you worse at your job — even if you work indoorsWashington Post
  • THERAPY FOR SEXUAL MISCONDUCT? It’s Mostly UnprovenNew York Times
  • VIAGRA TO BE SOLD OVER THE COUNTER to thwart online counterfeit dealersTelegraph
  • SCARLET FEVER CASES RISE, leaving researchers baffledCNN
  • LONELINESS Makes People More Self-CenteredStudy Finds
  • DON'T CLEAN YOUR EARS with cotton budsDaily Mail
  • JUNK FOOD advertisements should be banned BEFORE 9pm to protect childrenTelegraph
  • IT'S THE GRIM REALITY of Frequent Work Travel: Health ProblemsNew York Times
  • BEWARE store makeup samples that may harbor harmful bacteriaToday
  • 6 WAYS TO PROTECT YOURSELF from illness during cold seasonTelegraph
  • PROTEIN POWDER LINKED to man's death – but is the fitness product safe?Daily Star
  • BIG TOBACCO finally tells the truth in ads (by court order)NBC News
  • ANGRY PEOPLE die sooner: Just one of ten reasons why you should try to keep your coolDaily Mail
  • USING MOUTHWASH daily can cause diabetesANI
  • UNCOOKED FLOUR may have E. coliCNN
  • DON'T EAT FOOD if a fly lands on it, as they carry more dangerous bacteria than previously thoughtTelegraph
  • THANKS A LOT! New Reasons Not to Eat Cookie DoughNew York Times
  • THREE COFFEES A DAY linked to a range of health benefitsGuardian
  • CINNAMON Can Help Trigger Speedy Weight LossNDTV
  • SEVEN SEVEN CUPS of coffee a day cuts risk of early deathTelegraph
  • HEALTH CARE WORKERS refused to get vaccinated. Now they're out of jobsNBC News
  • AMERICAN SENIORS are sicker than global peersCBS News
  • FOREIGN MEDICAL STUDENTS are shying away from residencies at US hospitalsQuartz
  • SELF-HARM has surged among teen girls 'due to cyberbullying and smart phones'Daily Mail
  • HOW BIG SUGAR Killed a 1968 Study That Pointed to Heart Disease LinkBloomberg
  • NEARLY HALF of US cancer deaths blamed on unhealthy behaviorAssociated Press
  • WHEN HEALTHY FOOD PRICES RISE, People Pig Out On Junk InsteadStudy Finds
  • U.S. HOSPITALS feeling the pain of physician burnoutReuters
  • SEX EDUCATION needs to be more graphic because teens are trying taboo practicesTelegraph
  • 10 YEAR OLD CHILDREN now so fat they need hip replacementsTelegraph
  • COOKING A STIR FRY is bad for your healthTelegraph
  • ADOPTING A DOG may help single people extend lifespanUPI
  • JUST 12 PERCENT of Americans eat enough fruit and vegetablesGuardian
  • OWNING A DOG slashes the risk of a premature death by A THIRDDaily Mail
  • ENERGY DRINKS ARE BAD FOR YOUR HEALTH cause mental health problems like anxiety, high blood pressure, obesity, kidney damageThe Sun
  • U.S. SENIORS STRUGGLE more to pay for healthcare compared to other countriesUPI
  • TAX EXEMPT MAYO CLINIC GROWS, but rural patients pay a pricePolitico
  • PLAGUE RAVAGING Madagascar will inevitably become RESISTANT to antibiotics, experts warnDaily Mail
  • LEGIONNAIRES' DISEASE: More Cases Linked to Disneyland Visits as Anaheim’ Outbreak GrowsKTLA
  • PARENTS OF 4-year-old with cancer can’t buy ACA plan to cover her hospital careWashington Post
  • STRESS FROM WORK, Finances Greatly Increases Risk Of Heart AttackStudy Finds
  • GOBBLING DOWN FOOD increases risk of obesity, heart attack and strokeTelegraph
  • LEAD POISONING lurks in scores of New York areasReuters
  • COFFEE 'drastically lowers your risk of heart failure and stroke'Daily Mail
  • EATING A HANDFUL OF NUTS twice a week 'cuts risk of heart disease'Daily Mail
  • GOING VEGETARIAN slashes the risk of heart failure by 42 PERCENTDaily Mail
  • NEW HEALTH GUIDELINES say you might have high blood pressureUSA Today
  • WHY YOU SHOULD always order TWO burgers at McDonald's and ditch the fries (and it's all about balancing blood sugar)Daily Mail
  • HEART STOPPING SEX is rare, but men are most at riskUSA Today
  • A HOSPITAL WITHOUT PATIENTSPolitico
  • TOP SURGEON WARNS Ugg boots can ruin women's knees and could leave some needing surgeryDaily Mail
  • FACT CHECK: Can you overdose from fentanyl left on shopping carts?CBS News
  • WRONG ON SO MANY LEVELS: Is it an emergency? Insurer makes patients question ER visitSTAT NEWS
  • FLU SEASON IS HERE, and experts are concernedCNN
  • WHO MOVES TO CONTAIN Superbugs on the FarmScientific American
  • OBESITY RISING: Can We Do Anything to Reverse This Deadly Trend?Healthline
  • DEMENTIA now Britain’s biggest killer, overtaking heart disease for first timeTelegraph
  • MUMPS MAKES A COMEBACK, Even Among the VaccinatedNew York Times
  • OUTBREAK of EYE syphilis is not slowing downDaily Mail
  • STATINS 'should be given to CHILDREN with heart risks before the age of 10'Telegraph
  • HEART STENTS Often Fail to Ease Chest Pain, Study FindsNew York Times
  • EPIPEN FAILURES Cited in Seven Deaths This Year, FDA Files ShowBloomberg
  • CYCLING TO WORK just as effective for losing weight as exercising at gym five days a weekTelegraph
  • MELTING PERMAFROST in the Arctic is unlocking diseases and warping the landscapeVOX
  • AN ASPIRIN A DAY keeps many cancers awayTelegraph
  • 2,100 CITIES exceed recommended pollution levels, fueling climate changeCNN
  • HALLOWEEN ALERT: FDA Issues Warning That Eating Black Licorice Can Lead to Heart ProblemsUPI
  • FDA TO REVOKE SOY HEALTH CLAIM, 'that soy protein reduces heart disease risk'CNN
  • CONCENTRATION OF CO2 in Earth’s atmosphere hits record high, UN warns drastic action neededAFP
  • THERE MAY BE A LOT MORE Lead-Contaminated Candy in Stores Than We RealizedSplinter
  • CHICKEN FARMS FUELED a massive public health crisis - while the government turned a blind eyeMother Jones
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