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  • Three-quarters of doctors feel burnout, experts call it a public health crisisUPI
  • Study: Soft drinks, exercise, hot temps increase risk for kidney diseaseUPI
  • Could your cellphone’s electromagnetic field make you sick?Boston Globe
  • New Diet Guidelines to Benefit People and the Planet: More Greens for All, Less Meat for SomeNew York Times
  • Anti-vaxxers are top ‘threats to global health,’: World Health OrganizationNY Post
  • Sleeping Less Than 6 Hours a Night Tied to Heart DiseaseNew York Times
  • Apple is in talks with private Medicare plans about bringing its watch to at-risk seniorsCNBC
  • ‘Alarming’ burnout is making doctors want to kill themselvesNY Post
  • US hospitals are now required by law to post prices online. Good luck finding themQuartz
  • Instant Healthcare Domination: Apple should buy private digital health records operation Epic Systems, says Jim CramerCNBC
  • Just a little weed may change teen brain, study findsNBC News
  • Sleeping less than six hours a night may take a toll on heart healthCBS News
  • Taking the Pain Out of Children's ShotsNew York Times
  • Urgent care centers are all over, except where the poor liveBoston Globe
  • Eating more fiber and whole grains may mean a lower risk of death and disease, study findsUSA Today
  • TV cereal ads increase young kids' risk of obesity, cancer: studyUPI
  • Changes to flu vaccine supply chain could save thousands of livesUPI
  • CDC says it's another severe flu season with up to 7.3 million people sick so farCNBC
  • How Chummy Are Junk Food Giants and China's Health Officials? They Share Offices.New York Times
  • Faulty sperm may be to blame for repeated miscarriagesUPI
  • Alzheimer's Drug Might Prevent All Symptoms If Given Early Enough, Study FindsStudy Finds
  • Exercise may help increase cancer patient's chance for survival, study saysUPI
  • Alexa Can Help Kids With Homework, But Don't Forget Problem-Solving SkillsNPR
  • Overweight people have smaller brainsTelegraph
  • Oral-B Glide floss tied to potentially toxic PFAS chemicals, study suggestsUSA Today
  • Government shutdown stops FDA food safety inspectionsNBC News
  • Cannabis doesn't just lower men's sperm counts — it may also alter their sperm's genetic makeupBusiness Insider
  • Cancer in America Is Way Down, For the Wealthy AnywayBloomberg
  • Hearing Loss Linked To Depression In Older AdultsStudy Finds
  • U.S. leads health care spending among richer nations, but gets lessUPI
  • When the Illness Is a Mystery, Patients Turn to These DetectivesNew York Times
  • New Ebola-like virus discovered in a bat in ChinaUPI
  • Super-gonorrhoea is becoming MORE resistant to common antibioticsDaily Mail
  • A $20,243 bike crash: Zuckerberg hospital’s aggressive tactics leave patients with big billsVOX
  • Extreme Temperatures May Pose Risks To Some Mail-Order MedsNPR
  • Americans are sicker and dying younger, despite the billions pouring into digital healthCNBC
  • Man dies hours after being turned away from hospitalUSA Today
  • Nightly wine may HELP heart failure patients live two years longerDaily Mail
  • This breathalyzer might be able to detect early stages of cancerNY Post
  • Are food additives causing celiac disease? Widely used 'meat glue' may be driving rise in people who react to gluten, study suggestsDaily Mail
  • Study: Half of people who think they have allergies are wrongUPI
  • Flu season starting to pick up, CDC reportsUPI
  • Plant hedges help curb roadside pollutionUPI
  • School promotion of healthy meals reduces kids' risk for obesityUPI
  • Advances In Artificial Intelligence Threaten Safety, Privacy Of Our Health DataStudy Finds
  • Lines for salads out of control after ‘eat healthy’ resolutionsNY Post
  • Study: No evidence no-calorie sweeteners help weight lossUPI
  • Fat dogs could die up to two years, six months earlier than healthy petsTelegraph
  • FDA expands recall on blood pressure drug valsartan due to probable carcinogenCBS News
  • Hospitals now required to list prices online for every medical procedure, serviceUSA Today
  • Removing Sweets From Grocery Store Checkout Lines Leads To 'Dramatic' Drop In Unhealthy PurchasesStudy Finds
  • Fish Oil: Hunting for Evidence to Tip the ScalesWall Street Journal
  • Stand More, Lounge Less? Don't Do It to Lose WeightNew York Times
  • Ancient Aztec 'superfood' could lower blood pressure, study saysUPI
  • Injection to halt the progress of Alzheimer's 'available within decade'Telegraph
  • Chemotherapy may cause breast cancer to SPREADDaily Mail
  • Fentanyl’s New Foe: A Quick Test Strip That Can Prevent OverdosesWall Street Journal
  • Orlando clinic develops virtual reality to treat PTSD in veteransCNBC
  • In Rehab, ‘Two Warring Factions’: Abstinence vs. MedicationNew York Times
  • Cutting out bacon and booze could reduce your risk of cancer by up to 40 percentBusiness Insider
  • Drinking raw milk has led to a rise in food poisoning, experts warnDaily Mail
  • Shrimp recalled in 3 states over potential health hazardCBS News
  • Moderate Drinking May Benefit Heart Failure PatientsNew York Times
  • New study links unhealthy eating to early drinkingUPI
  • The Key To A Long, Healthy Life Lies Within The GutStudy Finds
  • Study links sugary beverages to kidney diseaseUPI
  • Abuse of xanax, valium is on the rise, study saysUPI
  • Researchers fear mysterious polio-like illness may spread in USNY Post
  • What Foods Are Banned in Europe but Not Banned in the U.S.?New York Times
  • Patients Are Turning To GoFundMe To Fill Health Insurance GapsNPR
  • The CDC is warning people about a cold-like virus that makes breathing difficult.Business Insider
  • The Hidden System That Explains How Your Doctor Makes ReferralsWall Street Journal
  • Future of cancer 'bright' as scientists discover new therapyDaily Mail
  • Here’s How A Colorado Dentist Became Big Sugar’s Worst NightmareBuzzfeed
  • Psychiatric Hospitals With Safety Violations Still Get AccreditationWall Street Journal
  • Calorie limits to be imposed on thousands of supermarket and restaurant foods to combat obesityTelegraph
  • Doctors ate pieces of LEGO to test how long they take to poop outBusiness Insider
  • How Helping Patients Get Good Care At Home Helps Rural Hospitals SurviveNPR
  • Cigarette butts polluting the ocean may be causing arsenic, lead, and nicotine to build up in your foodBusiness Insider
  • South African musician plays guitar during brain surgeryGuardian
  • University Of Maryland confirms 40 adenovirus casesCBS News
  • Stress keeps Americans up at nightUPI
  • New recall, new illnesses from deadly ground turkey salmonella outbreakCNN
  • Doctor notes rise in 'selfie wrist' casesUPI
  • Global dementia cases have doubled since 1990UPI
  • Heart Attack May Be Early Sign of CancerNew York Times
  • FDA warns some antibiotics can cause fatal heart damageNBC News
  • Does the Gut Microbiome Ever Fully Recover From Antibiotics?New York Times
  • Top users of social media at greater risk for depressionUPI
  • Certain antibiotics may cause aortic aneurysm, FDA warnsCNN
  • Four-drug chemo 'cocktail' embraced as pancreatic cancer breakthroughUPI
  • New study finds opioids DON'T work well for chronic painsDaily Mail
  • Just 6 months of walking may reverse cognitive declineCNN
  • The da Vinci robot: A surgical breakthrough — with risks for patientsNavy Times
  • Why medical bills in the US are so expensiveCNBC
  • More Pets, Fewer AllergiesNew York Times
  • 11-year-old girl's brain tumor disappears in medical mysteryCBS News
  • Three-quarters of people in U.S. struggling with lonelinessUnwired
  • Exercise could be as good as drugs at cutting high blood pressureTelegraph
  • Why you should never wrap leftovers in foil, according to scientistsMirror
  • Surgeon general issues warning about e-cigarette 'epidemic'UPI
  • Amazon's vision for the future of health care is becoming clearCNBC
  • Stroking babies 'provides pain relief'Bay News 9
  • The Case for Creative Play in a Digital AgeNew York Times
  • Scant Evidence Behind the Advice About SaltNew York Times
  • Healthy sleep habits for kids pay off in growthUPI
  • Raw Fruit And Vegetables Better For Your Mental Health Than Canned ProduceStudy Finds
  • Doctors Say The Mediterranean Diet Can Reduce Cardiovascular Risk By A QuarterInquisitr
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