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  • Average person eats 50pc more calories than they realizeTelegraph
  • Revealed: Why two glasses of wine and 15 minutes of exercise a day is the key to a long lifeTelegraph
  • Flu season shows first signs of slowingUPI
  • Flu vaccine only 36 percent effectiveABC News
  • Mad about L.A.'s air quality? Blame common products like hairspray and paint, not just carsLA Times
  • China confirms first ever human case of H7N4 bird fluGuardian
  • Processed foods are driving up rates of cancerDaily Mail
  • Chemicals in packaging, carpets and non-stick pans 'may contribute to obesity'Guardian
  • Gluten-Free Diets Not Suggested For People Who Don't Have Celiac DiseaseStudy Finds
  • Kratom is hailed as a natural pain remedy, assailed as an addictive killer. The U.S. wants to treat it like heroin.Washington Post
  • In Sweeping War on Obesity, Chile Slays Tony the TigerNew York Times
  • Fidget spinners may pose health danger in the hands of small childrenUPI
  • Germs, viruses hop continents by travelling in Earth's atmosphereUPI
  • Is Loneliness a Health Epidemic?New York Times
  • Treating mental illness could save global economy billions — and it's 'costless,' study saysCNBC
  • Flu Is Causing 1 in 10 American Deaths and ClimbingBloomberg
  • Everyone is taking way too much ibuprofenNY Post
  • Flu kills 10 more children, bringing toll to 63 kids as severe season continuesCNBC
  • Many people take dangerously high amounts of ibuprofenCNBC
  • Will Amazon Disrupt Health Care?Bloomberg
  • Noise Pollution May Impact Heart HealthFortune
  • Some flu vaccines may work better, but public guidance is scantSTAT NEWS
  • Drinking hot tea linked to cancerCNN
  • Low-carb, high-fat keto diets slow agingDaily Mail
  • Alzheimer’s could be spotted seven years before symptoms appear with simple memory testTelegraph
  • Crash diets may stop the heart pumping properly, Oxford University warnsTelegraph
  • These titans are the answer to our health care dilemmaNY Post
  • The big health benefits of going outside (even when it's cold)NBC News
  • For people with severe health anxiety, the Internet can be a terrible placeWashington Post
  • ‘Wash your stinking hands!’: ER nurse rants about ‘cesspool of funky flu’Washington Post
  • Unbearable flu season now taking aim at the Super BowlNY Post
  • Cell phones cause tumors in rats, study findsNY Post
  • Flu season is getting worse, highest number of hospitalizations in 8 yearsNBC News
  • CDC: 16 more children died from flu in last weekThe Hill
  • As cancer survival rate grows, so does number of new casesAFP
  • Flu vaccine less than 20 percent effective against H3N2 strain, researchers sayCBS News
  • Families raise concern about Tamiflu side effectsCBS News
  • India Wants to Give Half a Billion People Free Health CareNew York Times
  • Hospital's monitoring system a game-changer in fight against the fluCBS News
  • Breast cancer treatments can raise risk of heart disease, American Heart Association warnsWashington Post
  • Coffee may come with a cancer warning in CaliforniaCNN
  • To Deal With a Flu Onslaught, Emergency Rooms Expand Into Waiting Rooms and HallwaysWall Street Journal
  • Amazon wants to disrupt health care in America. In China, tech giants already haveCNBC
  • Four in ten strokes now happening in midlife, fueled by obesity epidemicTelegraph
  • Pizza Is a Healthier Breakfast Than Most CerealsThe Daily Meal
  • Cancer vaccine that eliminates tumors even after they've spread will start human trialsTelegraph
  • If You’re Sick, Stay Home: Study Finds The Flu Can Be Spread Just By Breathing!Study Finds
  • Vitamin D repairs damage to the heart caused by diabetesDaily Mail
  • Amazon, Berkshire Hathaway and JP Morgan Chase's big plan to cut health costsCNBC
  • Amazon's health care move could be a big win for consumer health start-upsCNBC
  • 7-year-old dies hours after being diagnosed with flu, strep throatNY Post
  • Schools in at least 12 states close to fight against the fluCBS News
  • As Flu Spreads, Super Bowl Event Organizers Work to Keep People HealthyKSTP
  • Scientists Discover a Bone-Deep Risk for Heart DiseaseNew York Times
  • Panera Bread recalls cream cheese over listeria fearsCNN
  • Hershey, Mondelez Eye Returns on Shift to Healthier SnacksWall Street Journal
  • Health-care insurers are beefing up their apps to make you like them moreCNBC
  • CDC: This flu season worst since 2009 swine flu pandemicThe Hill
  • In Kenya, and Across Africa, an Unexpected Epidemic: ObesityNew York Times
  • Flu season worst in a decade and baby boomers are being hit hardNBC News
  • CDC: Fierce, deadly flu season still not peakedCNN
  • Flu widespread across US for third straight weekABC News
  • CDC: 37 children have died from flu this seasonThe Hill
  • How the Flu Turns Deadly, Here’s What to Look ForCNN
  • Growing number of young children dying from fluNBC News
  • Modern medicine infected by the virus of mistrustMedical Xpress
  • Could wood burners and scented candles be the death of you?Telegraph
  • One cigarette a day 'increases heart disease and stroke risk'BBC
  • In California, Where Cancer Warnings Abound, Coffee Is Next in LineWall Street Journal
  • Rough Flu Season Causing Supply Shortages At Some Doctors' Offices, HospitalsCBS News
  • Flu infection raises risk of heart attack in week after diagnosisSTAT NEWS
  • Obesity is contagiousWashington Times
  • Apple is putting consumer health records in the palm of your handCNBC
  • Cancer could soon be spotted by technology 'several months' before it occursCNBC
  • Hospitals trade opioids for Tylenol to treat pain in face of addiction epidemicChicago Tribune
  • Here’s how flu kills some people so quicklyNBC News
  • Obese children doomed to an early death, doctors warnTelegraph
  • Groundbreaking medical marijuana case lets little girl go back to schoolCNN
  • Does Tamiflu Cause Hallucinations? 11-Year-Old Saw 'Portal To Hell' After Taking ItTech Times
  • Deadly flu season particularly rough on kids -- and won't peak anytime soonCBS News
  • New AI helps predict when hospital patients will dieNY Post
  • Companies are paying employees to stay healthyNY Post
  • The flu shot may be MORE effective now than everDaily Mail
  • Are you SURE you have the flu? Or is it just a common cold?Daily Mail
  • Flu widespread throughout the nation, 30 children deadCNN
  • Anti-smoking plan may kill cigarettes — and save Big TobaccoSTAT NEWS
  • Stress May Be Making You Sick, Especially If You've Got AllergiesStudy Finds
  • What It's Like to Live Where the Air Is ToxicNational Geographic
  • 'Promising' blood test detects eight different kinds of cancer before they spreadTelegraph
  • Hot yoga no healthier than traditional formTelegraph
  • Flu may be spread just by breathing, new study saysSan Jose Mercury
  • High-Fat Diet May Fuel Spread of Prostate CancerNew York Times
  • Obesity slowing life span gains in United StatesUPI
  • Drinking tea makes people more creative, says studyThe Sun
  • Flu stresses hospitals, shows we’re not ready for emergenciesNBC News
  • EPA eases path for new chemicals, raising fears of health hazardsNBC News
  • 7 things you shouldn’t touch if you want to avoid the fluNY Post
  • Sauna session may be as good for the heart as moderate exercise: StudyUPI
  • Amazon is hiring a health privacy expert for 'new initiative'CNBC
  • Eating muesli for breakfast could help ward off arthritisDaily Mail
  • 6-year-old girl hallucinates, tries to jump out window after taking TamifluDaily News
  • Stifling sneezes can be hazardous to your healthNY Post
  • A severe flu season is stretching hospitals thin. That is a very bad omenSTAT NEWS
  • 'Bleeding Eye Fever deadlier than the PLAGUE' kills four and infects dozensThe Sun
  • Surfers could be spreading antibiotic-resistant bacteriaRaw Story
  • French salmonella baby milk scandal 'affects 83 countries'BBC
  • Hospitals ban children as visitors to stop spread of deadly fluDaily Mail
  • You are more prone to heart disease if your family members are heart patientsTeCake
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