1. Bird keepers on alert as swans found with suspected severe strain of flu  Telegraph.co.uk
  2. Europe is preparing to combat new outbreak of bird flu | Avian Influenza | WION News  WION
  3. Bird flu fears grow after spate of mysterious UK swan deaths  The Guardian
  4. Deadly avian influenza rapidly spreading and ravaging Europe  MercoPress
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  1. 7 simple winter skincare rules to follow for the best skin going forward  TheHealthSite
  2. I’m a Dermatologist, and This $15 Dry-Skin Moisturizer Is The One Thing I’m Buying at Sephora’s Black Friday Sale  Well+Good
  3. 23 Best Skin Care Sets of 2020 - Best Skincare Product Gifts  Cosmopolitan.com
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  1. Europe's Pharmaceutical Strategy hailed by healthcare distributors  New Europe
  2. Establishing a Pharmaceutical Strategy for Europe  Health Europa
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  1. Coronavirus: The 10 major developments that happened on Friday  Yahoo News Australia
  2. Covid-19: Your tier 'is not your destiny' and green light for nativity plays  BBC News
  3. Covid cases and deaths today: coronavirus UK map  The Guardian
  4. UK coronavirus hospital deaths rise by 408 just days before England lockdown ends  Mirror Online
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Coronavirus update: 2 million new COVID-19 cases, deaths hit more than 2000 in one day  Yahoo FinanceView Full coverage on Google News
  1. CDC considering to shorten COVID-19 quarantine period  11Alive
  2. CDC is about to make a surprising change to coronavirus quarantine guidelines  BGR
  3. Doctors urge CDC to warn people about COVID-19 vaccine side effects  10 Tampa Bay
  4. Covid live updates: Latest vaccine news; States report record new case numbers  NBC News
  5. United States: CDC chief says Covid-19 vaccine to be rolled out mid-December  TeleSUR English
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  1. Mask Containment Study  Mayo Clinic
  2. Mayo Clinic study finds face masks critically important in preventing COVID-19 spread  Bring Me The News
  3. Nov 24 Shopping local: Mayo Clinic puts over $250K back into downtown businesses  Med City Beat
  4. Treatment strikes a chord with patient after life-altering accident  Mayo Clinic
  5. Minnesota’s COVID-19 reality, as photographed in Rochester  mnprairieroots.com
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  1. Doctors warn about eye damage from UV lights to kill the coronavirus  NBC News
  2. Virus-Killing UV Lamps Are Burning People's Eyes, Doctors Warn  Gizmodo
  3. At least seven Americans have damaged their eyes trying to use UV lamps to clean during pandemic  Daily Mail
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  1. Every move counts towards better health – says WHO  World Health Organization
  2. WHO Scraps Low Bar for Exercise, Sets Targets for All Ages  MedPage Today
  3. Adults, children must move more to stay fit in pandemic era - WHO  swissinfo.ch
  4. Here's the type and amount of exercise you need, WHO advises  CNN
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  1. Study sheds new light on impact of COVID-19 in pediatric population  News-Medical.Net
  2. Children may transmit coronavirus at the same rate as adults: what we now know about schools and COVID-19  The Conversation AU
  3. Kids' COVID cases on the rise, but most are mild, new data show  CIDRAP
  4. Coronavirus infects only FOUR per cent of children, study finds  Daily Mail
  5. Children at low-risk for COVID-19 infections  CTV News
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  1. Vaccine developed at Oxford University shown to be highly effective against Covid-19  1 NEWS
  2. Prince William Offers 'Huge Congratulations' to Oxford Researchers on Coronavirus Vaccine  PEOPLE
  3. Prince William congratulates Oxford University on Covid-19 vaccine breakthrough  The Telegraph
  4. 'I've never worked as hard': the Irish-born scientist behind the Oxford Covid vaccine  BreakingNews.ie
  5. Oxford University's 'vaccine for the world' is effective  University of Oxford
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  1. Risk of sexually transmitted infections high but underdiagnosed among adults above 45 - Health News  Firstpost
  2. STI: Over-45s 'at greater risk' of sexually-transmitted infections - symptoms explained  Express
  3. Study: People over 45 at higher risk of contracting STIs 'than ever before' | TheHill  The Hill
  4. People over 45 are at greater risk of STIs, new study finds  WKTV
  5. Sexual health warning for middle-aged: Infections 'are on the rise among those in their 40s and 50s'  Daily Mail
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  1. UNICEF working with airlines, freight providers to plan Covid-19 vaccine delivery | Aviation  Logistics Update Africa
  2. UNICEF to send 2 billion Covid-19 vaccine doses to low income countries  TeleSUR English
  3. COVAX Update: UNICEF working with global airlines and freight providers to plan delivery of COVID-19 vaccines  UNICEF
  4. COVID-19 vaccines raise optimism on economic recovery  NTVUganda
  5. UNICEF planning 'mammoth operation' to deliver COVID-19 vaccines  UN News
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  1. Study suggests the Green Mediterranean diet may be better for health  Hindustan Times
  2. New 'Green' Mediterranean Diet May Be Even Healthier for You  Healthline
  3. Swapping meat for more vegetables can make the traditional meals even more healthy, researchers say  Daily Mail
  4. Green Mediterranean ('green Med') diet may be even better for health  Medical Xpress
  5. Super-slimming powers of green Mediterranean diet are revealed  The Times
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  1. Experiences of managing a gluten-free diet on multiple levels of society: a qualitative study  BMC Blogs Network
  2. People suffering from Type 2 diabetes should not follow this famous diet  Times of India
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  1. NHS Breast Screening Programme still effective in reducing deaths in England  EurekAlert
  2. SINGAPORE — The Breast Cancer Foundation (BCF) has apologised for causing “any confusion or offence to anyone” after a poster for its Breast Cancer Awareness Month campaign drew flak from netizens.  TODAYonline
  3. 25-year-old nurse diagnosed with stage 4 breast cancer  CityNews Edmonton
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  1. Study: Vegans have a higher risk of bone fractures than omnivores - Insider  INSIDER
  2. Vegans may be at higher risk for bone fractures, study finds  CNN
  3. Vegans 40% more likely to suffer a bone fracture  The Times
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  1. Pomegranate peel extract shows potential as inhibitor of SARS-CoV-2 virus  News-Medical.Net
  2. Coronavirus explainer: How the crown-wearing viruses infected the human race  Express
  3. Sage and perilla herbal teas could help to prevent or treat COVID-19  News-Medical.Net
  4. COVID-19 potentially has negative impacts on male fertility  News-Medical.Net
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  1. UNICEF says to ship 2 billion COVID-19 vaccines to poor nations in 2021  CNA
  2. The COVID-19 vaccine: 'SA is at the bottom of the queue'  Eyewitness News
  3. US, Germany and UK could start Covid vaccinations as early as December  The Guardian
  4. WHO urges fair allocation of vaccines - Mon, November 23 2020  Jakarta Post
  5. India says local COVID-19 vaccine final trials could end within two months  Reuters
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  1. Monash University and The Alfred to develop AI-based superbug detection system  ZDNet
  2. Coronavirus immunity lasts up to eight months providing hope for long-term protection by vaccines  9News
  3. New Melbourne research shows bodies may ‘remember’ coronavirus for more than a year  Herald Sun
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  1. Coronavirus live news: US suffers one Covid death every minute as global cases near 60m  The Guardian
  2. Flu vaccine 101: 2 pharmacists separate fact from fiction  Inverse
  3. Insurers Take up Mantle to Ensure Immunizations  Managed Healthcare Executive
  4. COVID-19 vaccine poses logistical challenges for Pa. officials  Pittsburgh Post-Gazette
  5. As we head into the holidays, what could the flu season look like in Austin in the midst of a pandemic?  Community Impact Newspaper
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  1. COVID-19 Reinfection Unlikely For At Least 6 Months, Study Finds  HuffPost
  2. Coronavirus: Study shows COVID-19 viral load hits carriers quickly  Global News
  3. Coronavirus: New research shows infected people most contagious in first 5 days  Euronews
  4. North Dakota Has One of the Worst COVID-19 Death Rates in US  Healthline
  5. Sweden’s Covid infection rates soar above Spain and UK as hospitalisations double every week after shunning l  The Sun
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  1. Facebook, Twitter & Google Fight COVID-19 Vaccine Misinformation  Screen Rant
  2. Facebook, Google and Twitter brace for coronavirus vaccine misinformation  Engadget
  3. Tech giants join with governments to fight Covid misinformation  The Guardian
  4. YouTube, Facebook and Twitter align to fight Covid vaccine conspiracies  BBC News
  5. A Look at COVID-19 Vaccines and Children | NBC10 Philadelphia  NBC10 Philadelphia
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  1. What is the best strategy to deploy a COVID-19 vaccine?  Salon
  2. Who should get a covid-19 vaccine first?  MIT Technology Review
  3. What's the Best Strategy To Deploy a COVID-19 Vaccine?  The Wire Science
  4. Who should get a COVID-19 vaccine first? It's complicated  Fast Company
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  1. After a vaccine or infection, how long will immunity to COVID last? It could be years, hopeful new data suggest  Genetic Literacy Project
  2. Research Hints At Long-Lasting Immunity After Infection  CBS Pittsburgh
  3. This news about coronavirus immunity is incredible  BGR
  4. How long will a vaccine protect us from COVID? Maybe years, study finds  WCNC
  5. Immunity for YEARS or DECADES: Covid resistance may last much longer than previously thought, says new research  RT
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  1. Study: More investment is needed to produce, distribute approved COVID-19 vaccines  News-Medical.Net
  2. Study: Effectiveness of a COVID-19 vaccine also hinges on infrastructure, public attitudes  Boston.com
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Researchers receive coveted award for outstanding research on COVID-19  News-Medical.NetView Full coverage on Google News
  1. Study Claims People Taking Vitamin D 38% Less Likely to Develop Advanced Cancer  Yahoo India News
  2. Vitamin D and watching weight can cut cancer risk by a third  The Times
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  1. China has given almost a million people experimental Covid vaccine, says company  The Guardian
  2. China Sinopharm's COVID-19 vaccine taken by about a million people in emergency use  CGTN
  3. A third coronavirus vaccine might deliver results by Christmas  BGR
  4. Almost A Million People Inoculated With Chinese Sinopharm Covid Vaccine  NDTV
  5. Nearly 1 million receive vaccine developed by Sinopharm  Global Times
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Almost a million people inoculated with Chinese Covid-19 vaccine  Deccan HeraldView Full coverage on Google News
UK may ease Christmas rules as COVID cases start to flatten, minister says  ReutersView Full coverage on Google News
  1. Diabetes Diet: This Winter Salad Made With Carrots And Paneer Is A Soul-Soothing Treat  NDTV Food
  2. Diabetic? Here’s a healthy diabetes-friendly Indian meal plan to help with blood sugar control  Times Now
  3. Manage Diabetes: 7 Amazing Detox Water Recipes You Can Try  NDTV Food
  4. Diabetes Diet: 7 Expert Tips To Cut Down On Sugar Without Feeling It  NDTV Food
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  1. Covid-19 from frozen food? | Firms need to be 'mature' in implementing job-sharing | THE BIG STORY  The Straits Times
  2. Immunological memory after SARS-CoV-2 infection recovery  Medical Xpress
  3. Safety, tolerability, and immunogenicity of an inactivated SARS-CoV-2 vaccine in healthy adults aged 18–59 years: a randomised, double-blind, placebo-controlled, phase 1/2 clinical trial  The Lancet
  4. COVID-19: Could immunity last at least 6 months?  Medical News Today
  5. Coronavirus pandemic: France aims to start vaccine distribution in January  FRANCE 24 English
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  1. Malaysia and China sign pact over Covid-19 vaccine  The Star
  2. Covid-19: Chinese vaccine 'successful in mid-stage trials'  BBC News
  3. China’s COVID-19 vaccine induces quick immune response within four weeks: Study  The Indian Express
  4. Sinovac's COVID-19 vaccine induces quick immune response - study  Yahoo News UK
  5. Covid-19: Chinese Vaccine "Successful in Mid-stage Trials"  Novinite.com
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Covid-19: New 'mega labs' in early 2021 to speed up testing  BBC NewsView Full coverage on Google News
Arthritis drug may improve COVID-19 survival among elderly patients  News-Medical.NetView Full coverage on Google News
  1. Commercial Face Masks May Be Triggering Your Skin Allergies  Science Times
  2. New Research: Allergens in some masks may cause skin problems; how can you avoid this?  The Indian Express
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  1. UK records another 24,962 coronavirus cases with 168 deaths  Macau Business
  2. U.K. reports 26,860 new COVID-19 cases, 462 new deaths  CGTN
  3. UK coronavirus death toll ‘slowing’ as 168 more fatalities and 24,962 infections recorded in last 24 hours  The Scottish Sun
  4. UK coronavirus death toll up by 168 in biggest Sunday jump since late May  Mirror Online
  5. Brits’ obesity behind highest coronavirus death rate in Europe, says England’s ex-chief medical officer  The Sun
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A common Covid-19 virus mutation may make it more susceptible to vaccines  Health24View Full coverage on Google News
More than 80% of Pfizer's vaccine doses have already been bought by world's richest  SalonView Full coverage on Google News
  1. OCT and MRI Find an MI Cause in 85% of Women With MINOCA: HARP  TCTMD
  2. Using OCT, cardiac MRI can identify underlying causes of MINOCA in women  Healio
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  1. Irish health chief concerned by unexpected rise in COVID-19 cases  Reuters UK
  2. Ten deaths and 511 new cases of Covid-19 confirmed in Northern Ireland  TheJournal.ie
  3. 456 new Covid-19 cases and 6 further deaths as CMO Holohan concerned ‘progress at risk’ with 5-day average cas  The Irish Sun
  4. BREAKING: Incidence rate of Covid-19 in Limerick drops further as daily figures are released  Limerick Leader
  5. Covid-19 Ireland cases today update: 456 new infections as six more deaths confirmed  Irish Mirror
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This might be the coronavirus breakthrough the world has been waiting for  BGRView Full coverage on Google News
  1. The workouts that burn the most calories, ranked  CNET
  2. 8 Tips To Lose Weight & Burn Belly Fat *Just* By Walking  YourTango
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  1. Acute cardiovascular manifestations in 286 children with multisystem inflammatory syndrome associated with COVID-19 infection in Europe  MD Linx
  2. Texas child dies after developing coronavirus-linked inflammatory condition  Fox News
  3. Little boy who died in Lubbock hospital after MIS-C was 3rd grader from Odessa  KLBK | KAMC | EverythingLubbock.com
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It's Time to Cancel Your Thanksgiving Travel Plans  LifehackerView Full coverage on Google News
  1. Asymptomatic Young People Can Easily Spread COVID, Study Reinforces  CBS Boston
  2. Fever, symptom screening misses many coronavirus cases  Arab News
  3. Coronavirus screening methods being used across the country don’t actually work  BGR
  4. U.S. Marines coronavirus study explains the science of asymptomatic spread  Inverse
  5. Fever, symptom screening misses many virus carriers; US hits another record high in daily cases  Greensboro News & Record
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  1. As COVID continues to rise, contact tracing becomes more difficult  13 ON YOUR SIDE
  2. Stormont Vail continues to set COVID-19 records  WIBW
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  1. Doctors: weighing in-person learning and public health is difficult  KMTV 3 News Now
  2. Berrien County Health Department Shifting Investigation Of COVID Cases  News/Talk 94.9 WSJM
  3. Berrien County COVID Cases Rising | News/Talk/Sports 94.9 WSJM  News/Talk 94.9 WSJM
  4. Health department update shows 5 new positives  http://www.rrspin.com/
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  1. Endothelial cells resistant to SARS-CoV-2 infection  News-Medical.Net
  2. Study identifies new 'hidden' gene in COVID-19 virus  Phys.org
  3. English study suggests T cells could be sufficient to protect from COVID-19 - The Jakarta Post  Jakarta Post
  4. Concerns COVID-19 has 'gone to minks and then come back to humans'  Sky News Australia
  5. Scientists Just Found a Mysteriously Hidden 'Gene Within a Gene' in SARS-CoV-2  ScienceAlert
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