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  • YOUNGSTERS PUTTING THEMSELVES AT RISK of malnutrition by skipping breakfastTelegraph
  • NEWBORN HEART STEM CELS may 'reverse aging' of older heartsUPI
  • AIR POLLUTION ups stress hormones, alters metabolismReuters
  • GLASS OF WINE or beer a day reduces risk of an early deathTelegraph
  • MORE THAN HALF OF SHAMPOOS contained harmful solvent in testsSouth China
  • HOW A DAILY GLASS OF WINE helps to protect the heartDaily Mail
  • APPLE AND AETNA HOLD SECRET MEETINGS to bring the Apple Watch to millions of Aetna customersCNBC
  • FDA: 5 DEATHS while using weight loss balloon treatmentCNN
  • NOROVIRUS SINKS 91 passengers on first day of South Pacific cruiseTelegraph
  • PARENTS DAMAGE THEIR CHILDREN by not being able to say 'no'The Independent
  • AIR POLLUTION BLAMED for sharp rise in China lung cancer rateSouth China
  • WINE MAY HELP Fight Dangerous Flu SymptomsThe Daily Meal
  • MARIJUANA USE holds three-fold blood pressure death riskReuters
  • YOUR INSTAGRAM FEED may reveal if you have DEPRESSIONABC News
  • MORE YOUNG PEOPLE DYING of colorectal cancer and researchers don’t know whyCBS News
  • COAL PLANTS Might Be Even More Toxic Than We ThoughtBloomberg
  • DOCTORS FROM ELITE SCHOOLS prescribe fewer opioidsAXIOS
  • THIS GENIUS IDEA for getting kids to eat more VEGETABLES is scientifically provenDaily Mail
  • AIRLINE WORKERS WARN of Dangerous Fumes OnboardBloomberg
  • YOU'LL NEVER POP A PIMPLE AGAIN after this woman’s horrifying mistakeNY Post
  • WELL MAINTAINED BRIDGES AND ROADS May Be Critical to Your HealthScientific American
  • RESEARCH CAST DOUBT on medication expiration dates on bottlesUPI
  • CARRYING EXCESS WEIGHT? People may assume you're AmericanDaily Mail
  • MILLIONS OF EGGS removed from European shelves over toxicity fearsGuardian
  • U.S. FACES Looming Shortage Of Primary Care PhysiciansCBS News
  • FITBITS DISCOURAGE teenagers from exercisingTelegraph
  • REPLACE your kitchen sponge WEEKLYToday
  • AMERICANS DIE YOUNGER Despite Spending the Most on Health CareBloomberg
  • DOG OWNERS more likely to exercise regularlyReuters
  • GIVE STATINS TO ALL men at 60 and women from 75Daily Mail
  • CHRONIC FATIGUE SYNDROME' an inflammatory disease which blood test could easily diagnoseTelegraph
  • SITTING IN RUSH HOUR TRAFFIC Could Raise Risk Of Cancer, Heart DiseaseStudy Finds
  • DOUBLE BOOKED: When Surgeons Operate On Two Patients At OnceKaiser Foundation
  • SLEEPING LESS THAN 7 Hours A Night May Make You FatterStudy Finds
  • TREATMENT COSTS can be another blow to cancer patientsUPI
  • TOO MUCH CHOCOLATE can make men depressedTelegraph
  • REGULAR ALCOHOL CONSUMPTION could cut diabetes riskGuardian
  • TOO MUCH SUGAR could increase depression risk in menGuardian
  • SHOULD YOU FINISH a course of antibiotics?BBC
  • 10 CANCER CAUSING Pollutants Found In New York Drinking WaterPatch
  • MULTITASKING can have negative impact on brainUPI
  • AMAZON HAS A SECRET HEALTH CARE TEAM called 1492 focused on medical records, virtual doc visitsCNBC
  • WANNABE INSTAGRAM FITNESS STARS hire professional photographers to get the perfect social media photoNews Limited
  • 90 PERCENT Of American Men Are ‘Overfat’Study Finds
  • FLESH EATING BACTERIA: 5 things to know after a hiker's almost-fatal infectionSTAT NEWS
  • INTERVAL TRAINING May Be Key To Slowing Down Aging ProcessStudy Finds
  • OLDER PEOPLE should be given dogs on prescription to increase activityTelegraph
  • SPIKE IN CALLS to poison control centers over dietary supplementsCBS News
  • THIS APP WILL ANALYZE your DNA to help you lose weightMarketwatch
  • HOW EATING a big breakfast helps you lose weightThe Independent
  • HEALTHY LIFESTYLE CAN ADD 7 Years To LifespanStudy Finds
  • PAIRING SUGARY DRINKS With High Protein Meals Makes You Store More Fat: StudyTech Times
  • REGULAR SODA CAUSES BODY to store more fat after high-protein mealsUPI
  • LOW CARB VS. LOW FAT New research says it doesn't really matterWashington Post
  • WORRYING YOU DON'T Get Enough Exercise Can Cut Lifespan ShortStudy Finds
  • DEADLY SALMONELLA OUTBREAK linked to papayasCNN
  • BREAKFAST LIKE A KING, lunch like a prince and dine like a pauper to lose weightTelegraph
  • DEPRESSION CHANGES structure of the brainUPI
  • WHY MIDDLE AMERICAN MEN are dyingNY Post
  • SNORING IS LINKED to Alzheimer'sDaily Mail
  • LIVING HEALTHY, learning more could cut dementia cases by a thirdReuters
  • YOU SHOULD ONLY BUY organic strawberries, Non-organic have AT LEAST 20 pesticidesDaily Mail
  • DISRUPTED SLEEP could increase the risk of dementiaTelegraph
  • TODDLER DIES while brother fights for life after 'contracting deadly infection from PETTING ZOOMirror
  • DIET DRINKS are associated with weight gainWashington Post
  • THE VIKING DIET is the best way to keep the brain healthyDaily Mail
  • 'IT'S RAINING NEEDLES': Drug crisis creates pollution threatAssociated Press
  • DRONES COULD SAVE Heart Attack VictimsStudy Finds
  • HARVARD STUDY: Improving Your Diet Decreases Risk Of Early DeathStudy Finds
  • ARTIFICIAL SWEETNERS Don't Help People Lose WeightNPR
  • FOREST BATHING: A Retreat To Nature Can Boost Immunity And MoodNPR
  • 'DIRT IS GOOD': Why Kids Need Exposure To GermsNPR
  • IF YOU'RE ABOUT TO HAVE SURGERY, can you be sure your surgeon isn’t double-booked?Washington Post
  • AMERICA HAS a $27 Billion Sepsis CrisisBloomberg
  • MAC AND CHEESE Unhealthy For Children, Study Finds Toxic ChemicalsIBT
  • WORKING 55 HOURS or more a week raises risk of irregular heartbeatTelegraph
  • CHANGING WHAT YOU EAT can change how soon you'll dieSTAT NEWS
  • SEX ONCE PER WEEK Could Slow AgingCosmopolitan
  • NO, POOR PEOPLE DON'T eat the most fast foodCNN
  • MEASLES KILLS 35 people in Europe as disease spreads through un-vaccinated childrenThe Independent
  • TECH COMPANIES WAGE WAR on disease-carrying mosquitoesReuters
  • COFFEE CUTS RISK of dying from stroke and heart diseaseGuardian
  • COFFEE DRINKERS live longer and have lower risk of diseaseThe San Diego Union-Tribune
  • WOMAN CONTRACTS flesh-eating bacteria while fishing off Alabama coastFox News
  • PLAYGROUND SANDBOX can be breeding ground for germsCBS News
  • CANCER DEATHS are 'astoundingly high' in rural AmericaDaily Mail
  • THE WORRYING EFFECTS of working more and sleeping lessBBC
  • HEART ATTACKS More Frequent On MondaysStudy Finds
  • ORAL SEX SPREADING unstoppable bacteriaBBC
  • OUTBREAK OF HANTAVIRUS infections kills three in Washington stateReuters
  • WHO WARNS of imminent spread of untreatable superbug gonorrhoeaReuters
  • PUT SUNSCREEN on your eyelids to avoid cancerTelegraph
  • SURGEONS ARE DITCHING Opioids for Ibuprofen and Novocain in the ORBloomberg
  • HIGH SUGAR INTAKE in pregnancy linked to child asthmaTelegraph
  • DEMENTIA RISK DROPPING as people stay healthier and medicine improvesTelegraph
  • LOW COST HEALTH INSURANCE Limits Access to Top Cancer DoctorsBloomberg
  • CHEMOTHERAPY MAY SPREAD cancer and trigger more aggressive tumorsTelegraph
  • LOW CARB to increase fertility chances by five timesTelegraph
  • FREQUENT EJACULATION could save mens’ lives - optimum number is 21 per monthNews Limited
  • ALL CANCER PATIENTS should have their DNA tested to save livesTelegraph
  • THE SURPRISING DANGERS hidden inside 'healthy' foodTelegraph
  • SOME HEARTBURN DRUGS linked with increased risk of deathCBS News
  • NEW RULES for exercising if you’re over 50Marketwatch
  • MEN ARE AFFECTED by the biological clock as wellGuardian
  • BRAIN TRAINING GAMES boost memory and may reduce the risk of dementia, research suggestsTelegraph
  • WANT TO IMPROVE YOUR MEMORY? Try eating CHOCOLATE!Daily Mail
  • ICE CREAM VANS AND PARENTS IN CARS should be banned from 'idling' outside schoolsTelegraph
  • LACK OF HEALTH INSURANCE can shorten livesUPI
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