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  • Study: Flesh-eating bacteria on the rise in Delaware Bay possible effect of climate changeFox News
  • There is something called “forever chemicals” coursing through the US food supplyMother Jones
  • Airborne metal pollution may cause premature deathUPI
  • Climate change-related allergies could put more kids in ERYALE
  • Many breakfast cereals still contaminated by weed killerCNN
  • Nitrates in drinking water linked to cancersCBS News
  • Tests show PFAS chemicals in food — FDA says it's fineDaily Record
  • Dengue Fever May Threaten More Than 6 Billion by 2080 as Climate WarmsWeather.com
  • 8 Big Ways the Climate Crisis Could Impact Your HealthKAKE
  • What we eat has a big effect on climate changeHerald
  • Americans say fake news is a bigger problem than climate change, illegal immigration, racism, and sexismBusiness Insider
  • Dying from the Heat Can Be Reduced by Dialing Down EmissionsBloomberg
  • Humans ingest 74,000 plastic particles each yearFox News
  • Even One Extra Walk a Day May Make a Big DifferenceNew York Times
  • Brush Teeth Twice A Day To Keep Alzheimer's Disease AwayStudy Finds
  • When Social Media Is Really Problematic for AdolescentsNew York Times
  • At least 6 coffee cups per day increases heart disease riskUPI
  • Eating A Cup Of Blueberries Every Day Helps Ward Off Cardiovascular DiseaseStudy Finds
  • Crispr gene-editing will change the way Americans eat - here's what's comingGuardian
  • Overuse of heartburn drugs linked to heart, kidney disease, cancerUPI
  • Energy drinks may increase heart malfunction, high blood pressure riskUPI
  • Dog Owners Get More ExerciseNew York Times
  • Banned bread: why does the US allow additives that Europe says are unsafe?Guardian
  • E-cigarette flavorings may pose heart riskNY Post
  • These pills could kill you.....many generic drugs aren’t what they claim to beBoston Globe
  • Just One Serving Of Fruit And Vegetables Daily As Good For Mental Health As Taking A WalkStudy Finds
  • FDA approves $2 Million medicine, most expensive everNY Post
  • The Struggle To Hire And Keep Doctors In Rural Areas Means Patients Go Without CareNPR
  • Is 'Digital Addiction' a Real Threat to Kids?New York Times
  • Why is oat milk suddenly so popular, and what’s it actually like?Boston Globe
  • Fruit juice may increase death risk as much as sugary drinksUPI
  • There’s a Multibillion-Dollar Race to Replace EggsBloomberg
  • Citrus Farmers Facing Deadly Bacteria Turn to Antibiotics, Alarming Health OfficialsNew York Times
  • As Suicides Rise, Insurers Find Ways to Deny Mental Health CoverageBloomberg
  • NIH Study Finds Ultra-Processed Foods Drive Weight GainNPR
  • Low-rated US hospitals are deadlier due to mistakes, botched surgery, infectionsUSA Today
  • Study links low-dose aspirin to bleeding inside the skullUPI
  • Disease that can be transferred from dog to human confirmed in Iowa, officials sayUSA Today
  • Drinking 6 Cups In A Day Is Bad For The HeartStudy Finds
  • Working In Nail Salon As Bad For Health As Working In An Oil RefineryStudy Finds
  • Patients To Be Prescribed Bikes To Fight Heart DiseaseLadbible
  • Smoke, Drink and Eat What You Want, Norway's Public Health Minister SaysNew York Times
  • Take Two Bike Rides and Call Me in the Morning: Cycling as Doctor's OrdersNew York Times
  • Many Hospitals Charge Double or Even Triple What Medicare Would PayNew York Times
  • Making Playgrounds a Little More DangerousNew York Times
  • Energy drink addiction left mom with pacemaker at 32NY Post
  • CDC: 1.1 million more Americans lost health insurance coverage in 2018USA Today
  • Drug Prices Will Soon Appear in Many TV AdsNew York Times
  • Teen who sued over school ban for refusing vaccine now has chickenpoxNBC News
  • Sunscreen enters bloodstream after just one day of use, study saysCNN
  • FDA: Sunscreen chemicals enter bloodstream at potentially unsafe levelsUPI
  • Health insurance deductibles soar, leaving Americans with unaffordable billsLA Times
  • Trump Administration Files Formal Request to Strike Down All of ObamacareNew York Times
  • Like ‘Uber for Organs’: Drone Delivers Kidney to Maryland WomanNew York Times
  • They Want It to Be Secret: How a Common Blood Test Can Cost $11 or Almost $1,000New York Times
  • Obese Individuals Who Commute By Car More Likely To Die PrematurelyStudy Finds
  • Companies are offering bonuses and perks to track employees' fitnessNBC News
  • Quarantines at 2 LA universities amid US measles outbreakAssociated Press
  • Vaping’s everywhere on campus. What are we college kids getting ourselves into?Boston Globe
  • W.H.O. Says Limited or No Screen Time for Children Under 5New York Times
  • FDA finds contamination at 21 percent of ice cream manufacturersUPI
  • Long-Term Use of Antibiotics Tied to Heart RisksNew York Times
  • U.S. measles cases hit highest level since eradication in 2000Reuters
  • Putting Down Your Phone May Help You Live LongerNew York Times
  • Children in U.S. don't drink enough water, opt for sugary juice insteadUPI
  • '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
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