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  • Doctors Give Patients 11 SECONDS To Explain Reason For Visit Before InterruptingStudy Finds
  • Radiation from mobile phones can affect your memoryThe Economic Times of India
  • Diabetic women at greater risk of cancerTelegraph
  • The age you feel means more than your actual birthdateBBC
  • More Americans are drinking themselves to deathCBS News
  • Flesh-eating bacteria kills 1, infects 9 in VirginiaUSA Today
  • Trump promised them better, cheaper health care. It’s not happening.Politico
  • Baltimore BANS sugary drinks from kids' menusNBC News
  • Moderate drinking could increase male fertilityBusiness Insider
  • Giving birth to more children raises risk of Alzheimer'sTelegraph
  • Deaths from liver disease are up, drinking is to blameNBC News
  • Health-Care Coverage Is Increasingly Determined by Where You LiveWall Street Journal
  • Military personnel, football players show similar signs of CTE in scansUPI
  • Earlier dinner may lower risk of some cancersCNN
  • Doctors sue patients over negative web commentsUSA Today
  • Smartphones may trigger ADHD in teensUPI
  • Fish oil pills for healthy heart 'nonsense'BBC
  • Hot dogs and other cured meats may cause manic episodesTelegraph
  • Buy more vegetables instead of omega-3 supplements for heart healthTelegraph
  • Scientists develop ‘world first’ melanoma blood testSouth China
  • Eating more fats makes you fatSouth China
  • Link between ADHD and digital media useUSA Today
  • Whitening toothpastes could make your teeth WORSEDaily Mail
  • Allergic reactions may protect skin against cancerUPI
  • It takes just six minutes for a dog to die in a hot carQuartz
  • Liver cancer death rate surgedCNN
  • Don't eat crab meat from Venezuela, CDC and FDA warnUSA Today
  • Health Insurers Are Vacuuming Up Details About You -- And It Could Raise Your RatesNPR
  • Opioids given too easily to childrenUPI
  • The Baby’s Coming. But the Hospital Is 100 Miles Away.New York Times
  • Urgent care centers overprescribe antibioticsNBC News
  • People assume probiotics are safe, but study questions thisNBC News
  • Common Medicine Cabinet Items May Lead To Antibiotic ResistanceStudy Finds
  • Anti-Herpes Meds Reduce Alzheimer's Dementia OnsetInquisitr
  • Multivitamins Don’t Prevent Heart Attacks, Stroke, Cardiovascular DeathStudy Finds
  • The woman who is allergic to waterBBC
  • Gaps in screening of kids for developmental delaysUPI
  • Whole-Milk Products May Prevent StrokesStudy Finds
  • In Town With Little Water, Coca-Cola Is Everywhere. So Is Diabetes.New York Times
  • An orange a day slashes risk of failing eyesightTelegraph
  • 795,000 more U.S. kids have high blood pressureUPI
  • HPV vaccine eliminates skin cancer in 97-year-oldUPI
  • Interest Rate Hikes Harmful To Mental Health Of Those In DebtStudy Finds
  • Half of Americans trying to slim downUPI
  • First-ever color X-ray on a humanAFP
  • High blood pressure threatens aging brainUPI
  • Anti-aging pills are workingMIT Tech Review
  • Stronger warnings for potent group of antibioticsUPI
  • 75 percent of black Americans have high blood pressure by 55UPI
  • Heart disease is becoming a big red state problemCNBC
  • Obese Women 12 Times More Likely To Have CancerStudy Finds
  • Emerging STI could become an antibiotic-resistant superbugBusiness Insider
  • Multivitamins a waste of money for heart health, researchers sayCBS News
  • Doctor burnout widespread, helps drive many medical errorsUPI
  • Chemicals used in Teflon and Scotchgard are a much bigger health threat than previously disclosedCNBC
  • Vaping Doesn’t Often Help Smokers Quit, New Study FindsWall Street Journal
  • Nuts Improve Sperm Count, StrengthStudy Finds
  • Feeling Younger Than Your Age Could Mean Your Brain Is Aging More SlowlyStudy Finds
  • Current rectal cancer treatments don't benefit patients under 50, study saysUPI
  • Sex addiction IS a mental-health disorder, WHO declaresDaily Mail
  • Enjoy bananas and nuts but DON'T eat dark chocolate: The foods you should eat for a good night's sleepDaily Mail
  • China blamed for mystery rise in ozone-depleting emissionsTelegraph
  • Car cabin pollution scare prompts calls for new air conditioning rulesTelegraph
  • HIV vaccine on horizon as jab triggers immunity in humans and stops monkeys being infectedTelegraph
  • More than 200 people ill from parasite in Del Monte vegetable recallCNN
  • EPA blocks warnings on cancer-causing chemicalPolitico
  • Feeling younger than your age could be a sign your brain is healthy, according to new researchBusiness Insider
  • Eating burgers can increase your risk of asthmaNY Post
  • Medical marijuana a hit with seniorsUPI
  • As temperatures soar, study warns of fatal heat stroke at workUPI
  • Heart function restored with human stem cells in study with monkeysUPI
  • Babies Introduced To Solid Foods Too EarlyStudy Finds
  • Paints, solvents tied to big rise in MS riskUPI
  • Obesity epidemic could fuel loneliness, as scientists find a genetic linkTelegraph
  • Addictive Facebook may harm childrenTelegraph
  • Trump's own figures show that Obamacare is working well for the vast majority of enrolleesLA Times
  • Fresh grounds for coffee: Study shows it may boost longevityAssociated Press
  • Aspirin may help reduce effects of Alzheimer's diseaseUPI
  • Drink up: Coffee is good for you, research showsNBC News
  • Volunteers to be infected with powerful strain of flu to make vaccine betterTelegraph
  • Now there's a Fitbit for the STOMACH: Scientists create pill that tracks how you are digesting food when you eat, sleep and deal with stressDaily Mail
  • Why telemedicine has been such a bust so farCNBC
  • Vision loss tied to mental declineUPI
  • You're washing your hands all wrong, study saysCNN
  • Seeing the same doctor over time 'lowers death rates'BBC
  • She thought it was just weight gain. It turned out to be a 50-lb tumor.SFGate
  • Air pollution linked to diabetesCNN
  • CDC: Cancers Linked To Obesity Account For 40 Percent Of All US CasesStudy Finds
  • Weight loss may reverse course of atrial fibrillationUPI
  • Majority of supermarket meat contaminated with 'superbugs'UPI
  • Is 'Fortnite' addiction among young children actually a real problem?Mashable
  • Robots may soon join ranks of Alzheimer's caregiversUPI
  • As Amazon moves into deeper into health care with Pillpack buy, here's what we know about its plansCNBC
  • 77 Percent of US adults DON'T get enough exercise, CDC reportsCNN
  • Fit at midlife may mean healthier brain, stronger heart laterUPI
  • The FDA Approved its First Cannabis Drug. What Next?Wired
  • New flu drug receives priority consideration by FDAUPI
  • Binge drinking increases heart risks for younger peopleUPI
  • Stress triggers white blood cells, boosts heart attack risk for diabeticsUPI
  • Study suggests more than 1 in 10 adults are folate, vitamin B12 deficientUPI
  • Flight attendants are more prone to developing cancerTeCake
  • Bad idea to apply petroleum jelly immediately to woundsBBC
  • Amazon-Berkshire-JPMorgan Health Venture Takes Aim at MiddlemenBloomberg
  • Videogame addiction is now an official disorder - but will health insurers pay for it?Marketwatch
  • Space tourists could be struck down by astro-sickness, warns Nasa astronautTelegraph
  • Plus-size clothing and overweight models are normalising obesityTelegraph
  • Lyme Disease: An Even Bigger Threat Than You ThinkWall Street Journal
  • We share 80 million bacteria when we kiss each other - here's why we enjoy it anywayBusiness Insider
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