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  • Squeezing pimples could make acne worseUPI
  • Low-carb diets are all a scam — and science proves itNBC News
  • Toxic Thirdhand Smoke Still Lingers In A Casino Months After BanStudy Finds
  • Vigorous Activity During Childhood Cuts Heart Disease Risk Later In LifeStudy Finds
  • Zika Vaccine Slows Development Of Aggressive Brain CancerStudy Finds
  • These 10 breakfast foods aren't as healthy as you might thinkBusiness Insider
  • Flea and tick pills can cause nerve reactions in pets, FDA warnsNBC News
  • Number of Americans with Alzheimer's expected to doubleCBS News
  • Incorrect diagnoses responsible for 80,000 deaths per yearUPI
  • Go gluten-free during pregnancy to cut diabetes risk in childrenTelegraph
  • Supermarket yogurts contain more sugar than CokeTelegraph
  • Medical marijuana increases pain threshold for patientsUPI
  • Smart pills can transmit data to your doctors, but what about privacy?New Scientist
  • Never eat the 'clean' part of moldy breadBusiness Insider
  • Air pollution may be linked to a heightened risk of dementiaBusiness Insider
  • CDC: 30 million people in U.S. have diabetesUPI
  • Mosquitoes are eating plastic, moving pollution up the food chainUSA Today
  • Many young doctors report burnout, regret career choiceUPI
  • Parents blame smartphones, tablets for teens' sleep troublesUPI
  • To Help Alzheimer’s Patients, a Care Center Re-Creates the 1950sWall Street Journal
  • Behind Your Rising Health-Care Bills: Secret Hospital Deals That Squelch CompetitionWall Street Journal
  • Intensive lifestyle changes best for people with BMI above 30UPI
  • Zika vaccine shows promise against brain cancerUPI
  • Doctors warn you should get your flu shot much earlierWSBTV
  • The Best Late-Night Snacks, According To NutritionistsHuffington Post
  • Man loses hands and feet after dog-related infectionCNN
  • Raising Kids With Religion Or Spirituality May Protect Their Mental Health: StudyForbes
  • Household Cleaners May Be Contributing to Excessive Weight In ChildrenInquisitr
  • Baby aspirin risks overwhelm benefits in healthy elderlyCNBC
  • 'No evidence' having high levels of bad cholesterol causes heart disease, claim 17 cardiologistsDaily Mail
  • Tylenol may nearly double risk of asthma in children, study warnsTelegraph
  • Low-dose, daily aspirin may raise death risk in older adultsNBC News
  • Air pollution particles found in mothers' placentasGuardian
  • Urgent-care facilities are surging in popularity nationwideNY Post
  • BPA-free plastics may not be safer than regular plastics after all, a new study findsQuartz
  • Sleep Quality Affects Children's Eating Habits, Linked To ObesityStudy Finds
  • Study ties household chemicals to kidney harmUPI
  • Folic acid ineffective against preeclampsiaUPI
  • Second Possible Carcinogen Detected In Recalled Valsartan Blood Pressure DrugsInquisitr
  • Common Chemicals In Beauty Products Alter Women's Hormone LevelsStudy Finds
  • Finally, a cure for insomnia?Guardian
  • Top beverage for children in U.S. is waterUPI
  • The New ECG Apple Watch Could Do More Harm Than GoodWired
  • Soon your doctor will be able to wirelessly track your healthMIT Tech Review
  • Researchers testing needle-free flu vaccineUPI
  • Unknown levels of banned supplement in weight-loss products raises concernsUPI
  • World's biggest tobacco companies aim to kill Montana healthcare initiativeGuardian
  • Heart doctor: Here are four things I'd need to see before trusting the Apple WatchCNBC
  • FDA keeps warning about kratom, but companies keep deceptively selling itMarketwatch
  • Apple adds heart monitoring to Apple WatchCNBC
  • Juuls have similar nicotine level as cigarettes, absorbed by body fasterUPI
  • Dairy food in moderation 'may protect the heart'Guardian
  • Daytime drowsiness could be a sign of Alzheimer'sUPI
  • Going vegetarian may lower colon cancer riskUPI
  • Obesity might actually make you dumberBoy Genius Report
  • Eggs sold in 3 states recalled over salmonella concernsUSA Today
  • Widely-used drug azathioprine linked to skin cancerUPI
  • Women's healthy life expectancy stalled thanks to Alzheimer's diseaseTelegraph
  • Many California marijuana products failing safety testsAssociated Press
  • This Cartridge of Plastic Beads Can Filter Blood During SurgeryBloomberg
  • Bristol could be the first British city to quit cigarettesThe Sun
  • Ban jet air hand dryers? Scientists urge hospitals to avoid them, citing increased germsUSA Today
  • The Fertility Clinic That Cut IVF Prices in HalfWall Street Journal
  • Home monitoring works for patients with high blood pressureUPI
  • Cured Meats May Triple Likelihood Of Manic BehaviorStudy Finds
  • Superbugs jumping frequently between humans and animalsPhys.org
  • Drinking coffee is safe, despite confusing studiesUPI
  • Infectious Theory of Alzheimer's Disease Draws Fresh InterestNPR
  • Free-From Foods Are Changing the Way Your Meals Are ProducedBloomberg
  • Study: Trips to ERs down, urgent care centers up for minor illsUPI
  • Amazon and Apple are getting into medical clinicsCNBC
  • Hospitals Step Up the War on SuperbugsWall Street Journal
  • 1 In 4 College Students Diagnosed With Mental Health ConditionStudy Finds
  • Insulin’s high cost leads to deadly rationingABC News
  • A Harvard professor says the dozens of passengers sickened on international flights are a clear 'warning shot' of a worst-case scenarioBusiness Insider
  • Why the FDA doesn't want almond milk to be called 'milk'CNBC
  • Jet hand dryers 'aerosolise' E. coli and other harmful bugsTelegraph
  • Scooter use is rising in major cities. So are trips to the emergency room.Washington Post
  • More Baby Boomers, Generation Xers are smoking weedNBC News
  • No, A Salad Doesn’t Make that Burger HealthierWall Street Journal
  • 'Predatory Bacteria' Might Be Enlisted In Defense Against Antibiotic ResistanceNPR
  • Hospitals Prepare To Launch Their Own Drug Company To Fight High Prices and ShortagesNPR
  • Walking, exercise both linked to lower heart failure in older womenUPI
  • Statins not recommended for healthy people over 75Telegraph
  • We’re just learning how exposure to air pollution degrades our brainsQuartz
  • The mysterious gene that helps elephants fight cancerNBC News
  • Researchers find same hormone plays role in diabetes, hypertensionUPI
  • The FDA says California’s coffee warnings are misleading and unscientificBusiness Insider
  • The Best Sport for a Longer Life? Try TennisNew York Times
  • ‘Do not eat’ Kellogg's Honey Smacks cereal, CDC warns after 30 more people become sickUSA Today
  • Common painkiller taken by millions 'increases heart attack and stroke risk 50 percent'The Sun
  • Ditch the almond milk: why everything you know about sustainable eating is probably wrongGuardian
  • Superbug resistant to all known antibiotics spreading among hospitalsSouth China
  • 'Pandemic' of inactivity increases disease risk worldwide, WHO study saysCNN
  • Synthetic Cannabis May Increase Risk Of Stroke In Young UsersStudy Finds
  • Flavors Used With E-Cigarettes Toxic To White Blood CellsStudy Finds
  • Not getting enough sleep? You’re hurting your heartUSA Today
  • As Climate Warms, Algae Blooms In Drinking Water SuppliesNPR
  • Curcumin, Commonly Found In Indian Food, Improves Memory, Mood, AttentionStudy Finds
  • Detroit public schools' drinking water shut down amid lead fearsGuardian
  • Four in five adults at risk of early death, heart-age test showsGuardian
  • More antibiotics could be key to battling antibiotic resistance, surprising study showsTelegraph
  • IVF children at far greater risk of dangerous high blood pressureTelegraph
  • Genetic tests for certain cancers leave potential patients with tough decisionsCBS News
  • All children should receive flu vaccine ASAP, doctors adviseUPI
  • Could pot replace painkillers?NBC News
  • As Florida’s toxic red tide stretches on, residents report health problemsNBC News
  • Highly-Processed Foods Linked To CancerStudy Finds
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