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  • YOGA AND AEROBICS help with heart disease risk factorsUPI
  • THE BOOMING fertility business has fostered a quest for ‘good’ genesWashington Post
  • WORLD HEALTH ORGANIZATION RESCINDS appointing of Robert Mugabe as 'goodwill ambassador'The Independent
  • MINDFULNESS, MEDITATION better than gardening for beating stressTelegraph
  • LINK BETWEEN Adolescent Pot Smoking and Psychosis StrengthensScientific American
  • CAN PEOPLE with HIV be 'legally' quarantined? Georgia lawmakerCNN
  • IF YOU WANT TO LIVE A LONGER LIFE, don't just eat less — eat less oftenCNBC
  • POLLUTION LINKED to 9 million deaths worldwideCNN
  • MEN WHO SMOKE and Have Oral Sex With Multiple Partners Have a Higher Cancer RiskNewsweek
  • POLLUTION TO BLAME for 1 in 6 deaths worldwide, study findsSTAT NEWS
  • BACKYARD CHICKEN TREND causes spike in infections, 1 fatalSTAT NEWS
  • ITALIAN SCIENTISTS CLAIM new type of pasta can help ward off heart attacksTelegraph
  • BOY SLEEPS FOR 11 DAYS, doctors call it a medical mysteryUSA Today
  • HOW SUGAR FEEDS CANCER and makes it harder to treatDaily Mail
  • DARK CHOCOLATE is now a health food. Here’s how that happened.VOX
  • DEAR BABY CONNOR: Your Coverage Is DeniedDaily Beast
  • OBESITY WORSENS asthma symptoms for childrenDaily Mail
  • A SILENT EPIDEMIC of Cancer Is Spreading Among MenNBC News
  • WHITE MEN Who Exercise Too Much At Higher Risk Of DeathCBS News
  • UK MAY BAN SURGERY for smokers and obeseTelegraph
  • 50 PERCENT OF U.S. MEDICAL CARE delivered at emergency roomsUPI
  • STRESS May Be Just As Bad For Your Body As Junk FoodStudy Finds
  • MEN DEVELOP atrial fibrillation a decade earlier than womenUPI
  • TRUMP WANTS TO REVERSE Obama's Food Safety RulesNBC News
  • AS ADDICTION FEARS GROW, should small children be banned from watching any screens?South China
  • HOW SMARTPHONES Are Transforming Medical CareNBC News
  • TEENS ARE SUFFERING from anxiety more than depressionAXIOS
  • LONG SLEEVES on Doctors' White Coats May Spread GermsScientific American
  • HAIR DYE 'could raise breast cancer risk'Standard
  • IRAN HAS THE WORLD'S ONLY legal market for kidneysLA Times
  • BLUEBERRIES BOOST children's brainpowerTelegraph
  • EVERY 2 POUNDS overweight knocks nine weeks off you lifeTelegraph
  • READ THIS and you may never eat chicken againGuardian
  • ANTIBIOTIC RESISTANCE could spell end of modern medicineGuardian
  • NEARLY 4-IN 10 U.S. adults are now obese, CDC saysLA Times
  • A DOCTOR SHOUTED AT A SICK MOTHER to ‘get the hell out.’ Now he’s under criminal investigation.Washington Post
  • WHY DO YOUR NOSES RUN in cold weather?ABC News
  • HEALTH CONDITIONS That Increase Stroke Risk Rise Across All Ages, RacesNPR
  • YOU SHOULD GET THE FLU SHOT—even if it won’t keep you from getting sickPopular Science
  • TEN TIMES MORE CHILDREN and teens obese today than 40 years agoCNN
  • PATIENTS LESS LIKELY TO DIE within a month if female surgeon operatesTelegraph
  • GOING TO SAUNA twice a week cuts pneumonia riskTelegraph
  • GLOBAL COST OF OBESITY RELATED ILLNESS to hit $1.2 trillion a year from 2025Guardian
  • WHY WE'RE EXHAUSTED: Stress and social media are taking their tollUSA Today
  • SAN FRANCISCO PEDIATRICIAN: If you have a HEPA filter, turn it onSF GATE
  • SMARTPHONE ADDICT goes blind after 24-hour gaming bingeNY Post
  • SUGAR 'has same effect on the brain as cocaine'The Independent
  • BREAKTHROUGH SURGICAL GLUE seals wounds shut in 60 secondsBoy Genius Report
  • 7 REASONS WHY chocolate is scientifically good for youStandard
  • POTASSIUM IN BANANAS shown to help prevent heart attacks and strokesNews Limited
  • CHILDREN WHO STRUGGLE to read or write may actually have hearing problemsTelegraph
  • PET STORE PUPPIES spread antibiotic-resistant infection to humans, CDC saysKRON4
  • INSURER SCRAPS COVERAGE for OxyContin in anti-abuse effortUPI
  • WATCHING SPORTS puts as much strain on the heart as going for a runTelegraph
  • INVESTIGATION INTO PROMINENT SURGEON who double-booked operationsBoston Globe
  • SLEEP POSITIONER PILLOWS could cause babies to suffocate, FDA warnsFox News
  • VITAMIN D supplements protect against severe asthma attacksTelegraph
  • 40 PERCENT of US cancers linked to excess weightAFP
  • JUST AN HOUR of exercise a week could prevent depressionTelegraph
  • TATTOOS can cause infections 15 years later, warn doctorsTelegraph
  • STATIN USE CAN REDUCE risk of serious bacterial bloodstream infectionUPI
  • SKIPPING BREAKFAST double risk of hard arteriesAFP
  • DOCTORS TO MILLENNIALS: Stay home when you have the fluCBS News
  • USE A BAG FOR LIFE FOR YOUR FOOD SHOPPING? You could be at risk of food poisoningTelegraph
  • ARTHRITIS PILL: Daily intake of new treatment halts disabling bone loss and damageEXPRESS
  • 7 HABITS for a Healthy HeartNew York Times
  • IT'S INTOXICATING – I became obsessed': has fitness gone too far?Guardian
  • PROGRAM THAT PROVIDES low-cost health care to 9 MILLION children set to expireABC News
  • DEMENTIA SIGN: Older people who lose sense of smell more likely to develop dementiaEXPRESS
  • MOM THREATENED WITH JAIL if she doesn't vaccinate her sonDaily Mail
  • SWEATING IT OUT might be the key to a healthy heartNY Post
  • 110 MILLION AMERICANS Have an S.T.D.New York Times
  • TOM PRICE OUT as Trump administration health chief after outrage over pricey private jet flightsCNBC
  • HAWAII HAS THE BEST Health Care in AmericaBloomberg
  • SIRLOIN STEAK, chicken, mackerel and avocados make people feel fuller and could help dietingTelegraph
  • BABIES AT GREATER RISK of flu if they have older brothers or sistersTelegraph
  • MOVE TO RESCUE COAL PLANTS in Illinois could increase pollution in places as far as New YorkChicago Tribune
  • NEW STD cases hit record high in US, CDC saysCNN
  • DISGUSTING HEALTH RISKS of cocktail garnishesDaily Mail
  • FRANCE BANS weedkiller 'Roundup'The Local
  • ‘CATASTROPHIC’ lack of sleep in modern society is killing usThe Independent
  • PEOPLE SPEND MORE TIME sitting on the toilet each week than exercisingTelegraph
  • THE SHORTER YOU SLEEP, the shorter your life: the new sleep scienceGuardian
  • THE DISGUSTING RISKS of peeing in a pool: burning eyes, breathing problems and more because of urineDaily Mail
  • AIR POLLUTION may be causing kidney disease in the USCNBC
  • ROBOT DENTIST is first to fit implants without a human touchSouth China
  • COULD ADHD be a type of sleep disorder? That would fundamentally change how we treat it.Washington Post
  • OBESITY CRUSHES men's fertility: Lower sperm count and qualityDaily Mail
  • HEPATITIS A OUTBREAK declared in Los Angeles CountyABC News
  • STUDY LINKS youth football to greater risk of later health problemsBoston Globe
  • DOCTORS ISSUE SIGHT LOSS warning over Nerf gunsSky News
  • AMID OPIOID CRISIS, Insurers Restrict Pricey, Less Addictive PainkillersNew York Times
  • STANDING EVERY 30 Minutes Cuts Risk Of DeathStudy Finds
  • MAN LEFT UNABLE to get an erection after being scratched by a CATThe Sun
  • GOOGLE'S DEPRESSION TOOL could cause more harm than goodDaily Mail
  • BILL GATES: Trump’s proposed budget cuts could reverse gains in global healthFox News
  • TYPE 2 diabetes IS reversibleDaily Mail
  • BEING OBESE BUT HEALTHY may up heart failure risk by 96 PERCENTZee News
  • APRICOT KERNELS can give you cyanide poisoningDaily News
  • SITTING TOO LONG can kill you, even if you exerciseCNN
  • $475,000 PRICE TAG of Gene Therapy Is Expected to Be NormNew York Times
  • MEN WITH OBESE WIVES should be screened for diabetesTelegraph
  • THIS IS HOW MUCH OF YOUR LIFE air pollution is stealing from you based on where you liveQuartz
  • EARLY SIGNS OF HEART DISEASE risk found in children exposed to 9/11 dustUPI
  • 51 PERCENT Of American Adults Have Battled ObesityStudy Finds
  • 11 WORTHLESS FOODS to cut from your diet right nowSalon
  • REGULARLY USING BLEACH linked to higher risk of fatal lung diseaseGuardian
  • USING BLEACH and household cleaning products can increase your chances of fatal lung diseaseDaily Mail
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