1. Woman’s blood turns BLUE after she uses numbing cream to treat toothache  The Sun
  2. A numbing medicine turned a woman's blood blue  CNN International
  3. Woman's blood turns BLUE because of a dangerous side effect of numbing cream  Daily Mail
  4. Woman’s blood turns blue after she used numbing cream to treat toothache  FOX 59 Indianapolis
  5. Doctor: Woman shows up at Providence hospital with blue blood  Boston News, Weather, Sports | WHDH 7News
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  1. Want to Boost Your Brainpower? Pop the Kettle On  Men's health UK
  2. Drinking Tea Is Good For Your Brain, A New Study Says  Bustle
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  1. State of emergency declared to prevent dengue outbreak  KUAM.com
  2. 6 Killed, Over 5000 Tested Positive as Nepal Reels from Dengue Outbreak  News18
  3. Advanced tools now available to tackle dengue  DAWN.com
  4. Governor declares state of emergency to help prevent dengue outbreak; schools, residences sprayed  Guam Pacific Daily News
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  1. FDA finds cancer-causing chemical in heartburn medicine Zantac  The Express Tribune
  2. Ulcer drug found to have cancer impurity  The Standard
  3. FDA Finds Traces Of Potential Carcinogen In Popular Heartburn Medications  HuffPost
  4. U.S. finds ‘probable’ cancer-causing chemical in popular heartburn drug  WTRF
  5. FDA finds low levels of cancer-linked impurity in common heartburn drugs  KTVI Fox 2 St. Louis
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  1. Physicians' delivery practices must improve to boost HPV vaccine rates, study shows  News-Medical.net
  2. S.D. slow to vaccinate children against HPV, a virus that can cause cancer  KELOLAND.com
  3. This is BREAKTHROUGH: Telling our story to the world  CU Anschutz Today
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Kenya becomes third African nation to introduce world's first malaria vaccine  CNA

NAIROBI: Kenya on Friday added the world's first malaria vaccine to the routine immunization schedule for children under two, becoming the third ...

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  1. 'Breathalyser' may lower antibiotic use  Newcastle Star
  2. ‘Electronic nose’ aims to help reduce prescribing of antibiotics  The Independent
  3. It's not to be sniffed at! Scientists invent electronic nose that can SMELL if you have a cold  Daily Mail
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  1. Pals told my man to dump me after shock Aids diagnosis – instead he married me and we have a great sex life  The Sun
  2. WATCH: Inside the dangerous world of gay 'chemsex' and how it's fuelling HIV epidemic  IOL
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  1. Inmates, prison staff member catch measles in Auckland  RNZ
  2. Christchurch baby has measles confirmed after trip to Auckland  Stuff.co.nz
  3. Health officials issue new alert after person with measles travels on flight to Auckland  TVNZ
  4. Auckland measles outbreak: Unimmunised people turned away by GPs who have run out of measles vaccine  Stuff.co.nz
  5. Measles warning: Canterbury infant without MMR vaccine contracted disease  New Zealand Herald
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  1. DGIF to hold second CWD meeting in Culpeper  CBS19 News
  2. Hunters reminded of rules about bringing deer harvested out of state back to PA  WPXI Pittsburgh
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  1. A Kiwi study shows nicotine vaping's one way to help people stop smoking - 10-Sep-2019 - NZ Health & Safety news  NZCity
  2. Nicotine patches used in combination with e-cigarettes (with and without nicotine) for smoking cessation: a pragmatic, randomised trial  The Lancet
  3. How to quit smoking: Dual nicotine replacement therapy works best, study finds  Stuff.co.nz
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  1. Reports that vegetarians and vegans at higher risk for stroke are misleading  News-Medical.net
  2. Vegans, vegetarians may have higher risk of stroke — but experts argue balance is key  Global News
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  1. West Nile Virus Found In These 5 West Michigan Zip Codes  Mix 95.7FM - Today's Variety
  2. West Nile virus found in West Michigan mosquitoes  13 ON YOUR SIDE
  3. Health district reports 39 West Nile cases in Clark County for 2019  FOX5 Las Vegas
  4. West Nile Virus Patient Shares His Struggle  KMTV 3 News Now
  5. N.D. man suffering from West Nile in need of support  KX NEWS
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More salmonella infections from pig ear dog treats reported by CDC, FDA  WTAP-TV

Since July 31, 143 people have been infected in 35 states and 33 have been hospitalized with the multidrug-resistant salmonella strains.

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  1. Ask Dr. Nandi: Blood donors test positive for West Nile Virus in Metro Detroit  WXYZ-TV Detroit | Channel 7
  2. Serious cases of West Nile down this year | Kathimerini  www.ekathimerini.com
  3. More mosquitoes carrying West Nile Virus found in Orem  Daily Herald
  4. Case of West Nile virus confirmed in Rock Hill, health officials say  WSOC Charlotte
  5. West Nile case confirmed in York County  WBTV
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  1. How selective breeding messes with dogs' brains  Salon
  2. How humans have been shaping the brains of their best friends for hundreds of years  Health24
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  1. Notes from the Meeting of the 57 Ending the HIV Epidemic Jurisdictions at USCA  HIV gov
  2. Kick HIV Care Out of the Clinic  Medscape
  3. Akwa Ibom reiterates HIV treatment 'free services' - Vanguard News  Vanguard
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  1. Mental health conditions may prompt some women to have ovaries...  Reuters
  2. Mental health conditions may prompt some women to have ovaries removed unnecessarily  CNA
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  1. 10 EEE Cases Reported for New Jersey in 2019  Equi Management
  2. EEE Mosquito Virus: 5-year-old in hospital with rare, mosquito-borne virus in Mass.  Boston 25 News
  3. Massachusetts Race Postponed Due to Rare Mosquito-Borne Virus. Should You Worry?  runnersworld.com
  4. 2 new human cases of EEE confirmed in Mass.  WCVB Channel 5 Boston
  5. EEE Mosquito Virus: Man becomes 5th human case of rare, mosquito-borne virus in Mass.  Boston 25 News
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  1. Utah doctors find ‘clue’ to vaping-related illnesses  Deseret News
  2. Mysterious vaping illness characterized by fat-laden cells in the lung  Medical Xpress
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  1. Education seems tied to death risk for heart disease patients  Medical Xpress
  2. Heart attack risk higher in those who sleep too little or too much  Medical News Today
  3. Sleeping too much or too little increases your risk of heart attack, study warns  Mirror Online
  4. Sleeping too little or too much raises heart attack risks, study finds  Daily Mail
  5. Sleeping too much—or too little—boosts heart attack risk  Medical Xpress
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  1. The National Ovarian Cancer Coalition Urges All Women to Learn Early Signs & Symptoms  Business Wire
  2. Cancer: Signs of Ovarian Cancer you shouldn't ignore  PINKVILLA
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'Critical' legionella risk found in Barrow shops  BBC News

"Critical" concerns were raised about the legionella risk at council-owned shops in south Cumbria. Risk assessments were carried out at 19 premises leased ...

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  1. UK Biobank Requires Earth's Geneticists To Cooperate, Not Compete  WESM
  2. UK Biobank Gets Geneticists To Cooperate, Not Compete : Shots - Health News  NPR
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  1. Centro In Spanish: Create Childhood Cancer Awareness – Donate Blood & Get A Free Haircut!  CBS Boston
  2. Families join to raise awareness of childhood cancer  Oxford Mail
  3. Centro: Create Childhood Cancer Awareness – Donate Blood & Get A Free Haircut!  CBS Boston
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  1. ESC Provides New Acute Pulmonary Embolism Guideline  MD Magazine
  2. Use SGLT 2 Inhibitors, GLP-1 receptor agonists as first-line treatment for patients with diabetes and CVD: ESC 2019 Update  Specialty Medical Dialogues
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  1. Want to lose weight? Opt for Alternate-day fasting  Times of India
  2. This ‘fast and feast’ technique may help you shed some extra kilos  Hindustan Times
  3. 'Caveman diet' could be the secret to weight loss, study says  RTE.ie
  4. Weight Loss Diet: ‘Fat And Feast’ Strategy May Help Lose Extra Fat  NDTV
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  1. 2 Time Factors Increase the Chances Your Doctor Will Prescribe Opioids  Inverse
  2. Take two of these and get out of here already: Studies show painkillers more likely to be prescribed later in the day or by male doctors  Grand Forks Herald
  3. Doctors more likely to prescribe opioids later in the day — or if running late  STAT
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EEE threat hits Sherborn; several high school games moved  Wicked Local

The Board of Health was notified on Wednesday, Aug. 28, that a positive EEE mosquito was found in Sherborn.

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Teenager left in coma after vaping every day as family issue chilling warning  Birmingham Live

The teen claims she was placed in a medically-induced coma after medics found her lungs severely inflamed.

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  1. Eastern Equine Encephalitis case confirmed in Maine  NEWS CENTER Maine
  2. Rhode Island Man Tests Positive for Rare Mosquito-borne Virus Eastern Equine Encephalitis  News18
  3. More mosquitoes test positive for EEE in Methuen, Cape Cod  Boston 25 News
  4. How EEE spreads and lowering your risk  WWLP-22News
  5. Massachusetts mosquito-borne virus risk is 'critical,' health officials warn  Daily Mail
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