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  • 'Doctors Became Overworked Robots': Physician Burnout Jumps Dramatically In 3-Year StudyStudy Finds
  • Skipping Breakfast May Increase Stroke and Heart RisksNew York Times
  • 'Superbugs' hang out on hospital patientsUPI
  • Should You Be Eating Eggs?New York Times
  • Diets High in Sodium Are Really Bad for AmericansBloomberg
  • High Costs Have Forced Half Of Americans To Delay Medical Or Dental ProceduresStudy Finds
  • Cancer-causing chemical found in water where California wildfires occurredNY Post
  • Zap from device may improve aging memoryUPI
  • Two hours or more of screen time makes children 'badly behaved'Daily Mail
  • Eating just one extra strip of bacon a day could increase your risk of bowel cancer by 20 percentBusiness Insider
  • When a Family Faces Dementia, Tracking Devices Can Help—to a PointWall Street Journal
  • Petting Zoos May Be Crawling With Drug-Resistant Bacteria, Putting Kids At RiskStudy Finds
  • Resting heart rate of 75 beats a minute DOUBLES your early death riskDaily Mail
  • 90 New Cases of Measles Reported in U.S. as Outbreak Continues Record PaceNew York Times
  • Top EPA advisers challenge long-standing air pollution science, threatening Americans’ healthRaw Story
  • Pre-cut melon recalled, 93 people sick in salmonella outbreakCNN
  • The CDC says ground beef is behind an E. coli outbreak that has sickened more than 109 people and hospitalized 17Business Insider
  • Herbal drug kratom linked to almost 100 overdose deaths, CDC saysUSA Today
  • Teeth Whitening Strips May Damage Your TeethStudy Finds
  • A 30-year Harvard study reveals the 5 simple habits that may prolong your life by 10 years or moreCNBC
  • Diabetics rationing insulin amid rising drug pricesCBS News
  • Very Low Cholesterol May Increase Stroke RiskNew York Times
  • 2,700 NYC public school students refuse to vaccinateDaily News
  • Sitting for More Than 13 Hours a Day May Sabotage the Benefits of ExerciseNew York Times
  • NYC orders mandatory vaccines for some amid measles outbreakAssociated Press
  • New York City Parents Held "Measles Parties" To Infect Unvaccinated Children As Officials Battle An OutbreakBuzzfeed
  • Culture of Secrecy Shields Hospitals With Outbreaks of Drug-Resistant InfectionsNew York Times
  • Drug-resistant superbug fungus sickens hundreds across the U.S.CBS News
  • Choose Foods, Not SupplementsNew York Times
  • Cancer 'vaccine' shows promise in human trial of lymphoma patientsCNBC
  • Telemedicine tied to more antibiotics for kids, study findsAssociated Press
  • Seasonal Sniffles? Immunotherapy Tablets Can Replace Allergy Shots For Some AllergensNPR
  • Hospital gives kids mini cars to drive into surgery to reduce fears and anxietyCBS News
  • One drink a day increases stroke risk, study saysUSA Today
  • Heart deaths declined after Obamacare went into effectUPI
  • A Mysterious Infection, Spanning the Globe in a Climate of SecrecyNew York Times
  • Sugar Doesn't Improve Mood, Makes People Feel More Tired, Less Alert - Study FindsStudy Finds
  • An E. coli outbreak has sickened more than 70 people in 5 states, and health officials can't find the sourceBusiness Insider
  • A bad diet could cause more deaths than smokingBusiness Insider
  • FDA is investigating nearly three dozen reports of seizures after vapingCNBC
  • Drug Sites Upend Doctor-Patient Relations: ‘It’s Restaurant-Menu Medicine’New York Times
  • Just 9 Minutes Of Brisk Walking Every Day Keeps Disabilities Away For Older AdultsStudy Finds
  • New therapy giving hope to cancer patientsCBS News
  • Patients ‘Hit the Call Bell and Nobody Comes.’ Hospital Nurses Demand ‘Safe Staffing’ Levels.New York Times
  • Beetroot may reduce high blood pressureUPI
  • Low-Carb Diets May 'Significantly' Raise Risk Of Atrial FibrillationStudy Finds
  • Does drinking 1 bottle of wine a week raise cancer risk as much as 10 cigarettes?Marketwatch
  • A New York County Is Banning Unvaccinated Children From Public Spaces To Fight A Measles OutbreakBuzzfeed
  • Measles confirmed in 15 states, outbreaks declared in fiveUPI
  • Americans Are Having Fewer Heart AttacksNew York Times
  • Edible marijuana sends outsize number of people to hospital, Colorado study findsGuardian
  • Two Top Medical Groups Call for Soda Taxes and Advertising Curbs on Sugary DrinksNew York Times
  • A mysterious syndrome that makes marijuana users violently ill is starting to worry doctorsBusiness Insider
  • Put milk in hot drinks to protect against cancerTelegraph
  • Single course of antibiotics may cause irreversible damage to crucial gut bacteriaTelegraph
  • Virtual reality meditation is a thing -- and it's actually goodMashable
  • 33 of the most dangerous things science has strongly linked to cancerBusiness Insider
  • Sugary drinks may help fuel colon cancer tumorsCNBC
  • U.S. schools are failing to protect kids from lead in drinking water, report findsCBS News
  • Drink hot tea at your own risk: New study is latest to show link to esophageal cancerUSA Today
  • Sugary Drinks Tied to Shorter Life SpanNew York Times
  • Harvard researchers say certain ADHD medications may increase risk of psychosisCNBC
  • Pesticides in food: Strawberries, spinach, kale have the most residue, a new report findsUSA Today
  • Why Lifting Weights Can Be So Potent for Aging WellNew York Times
  • Food prescriptions may prevent heart disease in 2 million peopleUPI
  • Psychic Mediums Are the New Wellness CoachesNew York Times
  • Exposing babies to foods early may help prevent allergiesUPI
  • Prescription fish oil pill, statin combo may lower heart attack riskUPI
  • Drinking soda linked to 31 percent death risk increaseUPI
  • Apple's heart study signals a new era of medicine, and doctors are debating the resultsCNBC
  • Warren Buffett says US health care must be revamped or the government could make it worseCNBC
  • Eating Too Many Eggs Increases Risk Of Death From Any CauseStudy Finds
  • Drinking lots of soda and sugar-filled coffee could lead to an early deathBusiness Insider
  • Daily low-dose aspirin no longer recommended as heart attack preventative for older adultsCNN
  • TV Can Dumb You DownNew York Times
  • CDC: Number of new flu cases down, but still highUPI
  • When Is The Best Time To Get A Flu Shot? Study Suggests Waiting Until OctoberStudy Finds
  • Amazon takes another step into the medical space by accepting pre-tax health spending accountsCNBC
  • Three or more eggs a day increase your risk of heart disease and early death, study saysCNN
  • Patients prefer doctor video chats over in-person visitsUPI
  • How Big Tobacco Hooked Children on Sugary DrinksNew York Times
  • Everything we know about Haven, the Amazon joint venture to revamp health careCNBC
  • Common household chemicals harm sperm in men, dogsUPI
  • Your Environment Is Cleaner. Your Immune System Has Never Been So Unprepared.New York Times
  • U.S. agencies announce plan to regulate lab-grown meatUPI
  • Beer is now being sold as a ‘wellness’ productMarketwatch
  • Cancer Patients Are Getting Robotic Surgery. There’s No Evidence It’s Better.New York Times
  • Doctor told California man he was dying via robot video-callCBS News
  • Olive oil could help keep stroke at bay for obese AmericansUPI
  • Unvaccinated boy nearly died from tetanus. The cost of his care was almost $1 million.NBC News
  • Flu may have peaked, but experts eye jump in nastier strainNY Post
  • Unvaccinated 6-year-old boy was Oregon's first tetanus case in almost 30 years: reportThe Hill
  • Moderate Drinkers Twice As Likely To Have High Blood PressureStudy Finds
  • 100 drugs can have life-threatening effects if you eat grapefruit or drink grapefruit juice while taking themNew York Times
  • More Americans under the age of 40 are having heart attacksMarketwatch
  • Vaping raises the risk of having a heart attack, biggest ever study saysTelegraph
  • Facebook Has Announced A Multi-Step Plan To Crack Down On Anti-Vax MisinformationBuzzfeed
  • Anti-vaxers' adult son gets measles, now, he has this message for the worldCNN
  • Low-carb diet may increase risk for A-FibUPI
  • A Heart-Healthy Diet May Be Good for the BrainNew York Times
  • Amazon-JPMorgan-Berkshire Health-Care Venture to Be Called HavenBloomberg
  • Fast-Acting Depression Drug, Newly Approved, Could Help MillionsNew York Times
  • Wristwatch heart monitors might save your life—and change medicine, tooMIT Tech Review
  • London patient might be second to be cured of HIVCNN
  • Luke Perry’s death: What causes massive strokes?NY Post
  • This teen defied his mom and got vaccinated. This week, he'll testify to Congress about need for vaccinesCNN
  • Bigger, Saltier, Heavier: Fast Food Since 1986 in 3 Simple ChartsNew York Times
  • Keeping Your House Too Cool Could Lead To Higher Blood Pressure, Study FindsStudy Finds
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