How to reduce inflammation of the prostate  Thrive Global

The inflamed prostate or prostatitis is a very common condition in men over 40 years, this condition that generates annoying symptoms must be diagnosed and ...

US quarantines 5,200 migrants over mumps and chicken pox exposure  Daily Times

US authorities said Friday they had placed 5,200 detained migrants into quarantine, mainly overexposure to mumps, linking a surge in cases to a recent ...

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  1. Mental illness affects a fifth of people living in war zones: WHO  Pakistan Today
  2. One in five people in war zones have mental health conditions – WHO  The Guardian
  3. Mental illness affects a fifth of people living in war zones  Reuters
  4. Mental illness affects 1 in 5 living in war zones - WHO  RTE.ie
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  1. Parents' lenient attitudes towards drinking linked to greater alcohol use among children  Medical Xpress
  2. Children allowed to drink alcohol by their parents are more likely to become binge drinkers  Daily Mail
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  1. Michael Barrymore health: ‘I was in a bad place’ Presenter’s past ‘disease’ - the symptoms  Express
  2. I’ve been honest about alcohol. But the drinks industry hasn’t  The Guardian
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Millions of cardiovascular deaths attributed to not eating enough fruits and vegetables  Medical Xpress

Preliminary findings from a new study reveal that inadequate fruit and vegetable consumption may account for millions of deaths from heart disease and strokes ...

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  1. Sandwiches from food firm behind deadly listeria outbreak sold in schools  The Telegraph
  2. NHS was warned that pre-packed sandwiches could kill patients THREE YEARS ago  Mirror.co.uk
  3. 'Listeria sandwiches' kill 3 hospital patients  Express.co.uk
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  1. World Brain Tumour Day observed  The Nation
  2. World Brain Tumour Day: 5 yoga exercises that will benefit brain health  Times Now
  3. World Brain Tumour Day 2019: Know the symptoms, risk factors and treatment  The Indian Express
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  1. Red Meat No Worse than Chicken for Cholesterol Levels  Pork Magazine
  2. White meat is just as bad for you as red beef for your cholesterol level, study says  St. Lucia Times Online News
  3. White meat is just as bad for you as red beef when it comes to your cholesterol level, study says  WITI FOX 6 Milwaukee
  4. Study suggests red and white meats could be equally bad for cholesterol  TimesLIVE
  5. White meat is just as bad as red meat when it comes to your cholesterol level, study says  FOX 59 Indianapolis
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  1. Drinking unsalted tomato juice has surprising impact on cholesterol  SlashGear
  2. Drinking tomato juice can reduce your risk of heart disease, study reveals  Mirror Online
  3. Drinking a 200ml bottle of unsalted tomato juice every day 'lowers blood pressure and cholesterol'  Daily Mail
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  1. Type 2 diabetes: Follow these three nutrition tips to get the most out of your workouts  Express
  2. Type-2 diabetes symptoms: Doing this one thing on holiday could reduce blood sugar levels  Daily Star
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  1. Ultra-processed food link to disease and death grows — so do we need to shift our food policy?  ABC News
  2. New evidence links ultra-processed foods with a range of health risks  Medical Xpress
  3. From fizzy drinks to ready meals… how just 4 portions of processed food a day could kill you  The Sun
  4. Processed Food: Ties to Heart Disease and Death Have Scientists Worried  Inverse
  5. Ultra-processed food studies raise alarm over vast health risks  SlashGear
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  1. Southend Hospital to offer new cancer treatment which could reduce patients' pain  Echo
  2. Types of breast biopsy - Mayo Clinic  Mayo Clinic
  3. Telix Pharmaceuticals (ASX:TLX) targeting prostate cancer  Finance News Network
  4. Breast biopsy - Mayo Clinic  Mayo Clinic
  5. Cancer-stricken mum told to pay for her NHS care  Echo
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  1. Paul Heyman Discusses Not Scripting Promos, How He & Brock Lesnar Kept His MITB Return A Surprise  411mania.com
  2. Will Ferrell And John C. Reilly Could Fight In The WWE  LADbible
  3. 3 Things we could see on RAW this week (27 May 2019)  Sportskeeda
  4. It sounds like Jericho will continue working a Lesnar like schedule in AEW  Cageside Seats
  5. 5 Possible Directions For Brock Lesnar As WWE's Mr Money In The Bank  WhatCulture
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Luxury cat food recalled after pets and owners develop bovine tuberculosis  The Independent

A gourmet cat food for pampered pets sparked an outbreak of a deadly strain of tuberculosis which affected about 50 animals and at least two of their owners, ...

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  1. Safety tips for avoiding attacks like those at Houston-area gyms  KHOU 11
  2. WATCH LIVE: KHOU 11 News: WATCH LIVE: Man trapped after trench collapses in northwest Harris County  KHOU 11
  3. Breeding mosquito assassins to fight annoying pests  KPRC Click2Houston
  4. What you should know about mosquito season in the Houston area  KPRC Click2Houston
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  1. Thermal scanners installed at Indonesian ports after Singapore monkeypox case - The Jakarta Post  Jakarta Post
  2. Singaporean Embassy asks Indonesian news outlets to correct monkeypox coverage  Coconuts
  3. Seeking Opportunities Amidst Disruption – A View From Singapore with Dr. Vivian Balakrishnan  Center for Strategic & International Studies
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  1. New Images Reveal How Infants' Heads Change Shape During Birth  Interesting Engineering
  2. MRI scans reveal that birth is even tougher on babies than you thought  9Coach
  3. Scientists release 3D images that reveal how a baby's head is SQUASHED as it delivered  Daily Mail
  4. MRI Scans During Birth Show How a Baby's Head Changes Shape - D-brief  Discover Magazine
  5. Amazing 3D images reveal how your baby’s head changes shape during birth  The Sun
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  1. Trans woman with vagina made out of fish says she finally feels like a real woman  Metro.co.uk
  2. Transgender woman is ‘first in the world’ to have a new vagina made from fish skin after botched surgery left  The Sun
  3. First transgender woman in the world undergoes vaginal construction with fish skin  Newshub
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  1. New smartphone app capable of ‘hearing’ ear infections through paper  Business Recorder
  2. Parents may be able to spot ear infections with a paper cone and an app  Engadget
  3. Scientists Say They've Created a Smartphone App That Can Hear Ear Infections  Gizmodo
  4. First smartphone app that can hear ear infections in children  Medical Xpress
  5. Smartphone app that chirps in your ear could diagnose ear infections  New Scientist News
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  1. Alzheimer's Changes Can Lie Hidden For 30 Years Before Symptoms Appear, Study Reveals  ScienceAlert
  2. Biomarker study detects onset of Alzheimer's up to 30 years before symptoms appear  New Atlas
  3. Why I Participate in Alzheimer's Research - Kay's Story (Full version)  National Institute On Aging
  4. Why I Participate in Alzheimer's Research - Keretha's Story (Full version)  National Institute On Aging
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  1. Popular snack turned boy 'yellow'  Ipswich Advertiser
  2. Sydney boy hospitalised after eating fava beans due to G6PD deficiency  NEWS.com.au
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Third of Scottish adults anxious over body image, report finds  BBC News

A third of adults have felt anxious over their body image, researchers say. They also found approximately a quarter of those surveyed have felt "disgust" or ...

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  1. The Time Of Day Visiting Your Doctor Matters  Gaston Press
  2. Study finds a downward trend in cancer screening when patients see doctors later in the day  News-Medical.net
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  1. Mother branded 'neurotic' during fight to stop son being given contaminated blood  Daily Mail
  2. Haemophiliac boy's mother was labelled 'neurotic', blood inquiry hears  The Guardian
  3. Doctors branded mum who 'kicked up bloody murder' to save her son from HIV a 'neurotic mother'  Daily Record
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  1. Engineered phages stymie drug-resistant infection  Science Magazine
  2. Teenager recovers from near death in world-first GM virus treatment  The Guardian
  3. UK girl first in world to have deadly superbug infection treated with bacteria-hunting GM viruses  The Independent
  4. Genetically engineered phage therapy has rescued a teenager on the brink of death  MIT Technology Review
  5. A Dying Teenager’s Recovery Started in the Dirt  The Atlantic
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  1. The Link Between The Appendix And Parkinson's Just Got Even More Confusing  IFLScience
  2. Having your appendix removed trebles the risk of getting Parkinson's disease, suggests largest study  Telegraph.co.uk
  3. People who have their appendix removed are THREE TIMES more likely to develop Parkinson's  Daily Mail
  4. Link between appendectomy and Parkinson's disease is possible, Cleveland study shows  cleveland.com
  5. Study links appendix removal to higher Parkinson's risk, contradicts other research  CTV News
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  1. electroCore Selected for Innovation and Technology Payment Program Through NHS England  GlobeNewswire
  2. Anti-Headache Machine Launches on NHS Prescriptions  Gizmodo UK
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  1. I suffered a massive stroke during an emergency c-section and now I’m in a wheelchair for life  The Sun
  2. Mother, 37, claims her life has been ruined after a 'botched' C-section triggered a stroke  Daily Mail
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  1. Parents of premature twins faced heart-breaking decision after both sons developed sepsis  Daily Mail
  2. Dad's guilt at premature twin son's death after choosing which to visit in hospital  Mirror Online
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  1. Type 2 diabetes: Three supplements proven to help lower blood sugar  Express
  2. Diabetes Diet: Eat Onion To Beat The Summer Heat And Regulate Blood Glucose Levels  NDTV
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  1. Top News in Family Medicine May 06 2019 (4 of 4)  MD Linx
  2. Video-assisted thoracoscopic surgery less invasive, makes recovery faster  ETHealthworld.com
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Health officials warn of possible measles exposure at Tucson Airport  12 News

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  1. Eastern DRC: Tens of thousands forcibly displaced by surge in violence  Norwegian Refugee Council
  2. Ebola outbreak in the DRC hits record number of cases in a single day  New Scientist News
  3. Ebola responders in Congo confront fake news and social media chatter  The New Humanitarian
  4. Ebola news: Outbreak spreads amid violence and bandit attacks - Daily Star  Daily Star
  5. Islamic State Gains Foothold in Ebola-Stricken Congo  Breitbart
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  1. Weight loss diet: This one surprising drink can help you burn fat fast - how does it work?  Express
  2. Drinking low-calorie beverages may not help a child's weight, study says  9Honey
  3. Children who drink diet drinks 'end up eating more calories elsewhere'  Daily Mail
  4. How to lose weight without going on a diet - and it's easier than you think  Mirror Online
  5. Drinking Diet Coke ‘won’t boost weight loss – it makes you eat 200 MORE calories a day’  New York Post
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  1. Scientology cruise ship leaves St. Lucia after measles quarantine  CNA
  2. Cruise ship quarantined amid measles outbreak  ABC News
  3. Measles-stricken cruise ship quarantined, reportedly owned by Scientologists  Ars Technica
  4. Scientologist claims she was held prisoner on measles ship for 10 YEARS after signing contract swearing  The Sun
  5. Free measles vaccine delivered to quarantined Scientology cruise ship  Stuff.co.nz
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Ohio man contracts flesh-eating bacteria while visiting family in Florida  Fox Baltimore

TAMPA, Fla. — A man from Ohio is sharing his story after he contracted a fleshing eating bacteria while traveling in Florida. Barry Briggs from Waynesville, Ohio ...

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Nearly 2/3 quarantined by LA universities are cleared  HOI ABC

LOS ANGELES (AP) — Almost two-thirds of the nearly 800 students, faculty and staff members who were quarantined following exposure to the measles virus at.

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  1. Contaminated blood scandal: Martin's story  BBC News
  2. Contaminated blood scandal: Inquiry hearings to begin  BBC News
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  1. How to track the 2019 measles outbreak  CNET
  2. Measles Outbreak Continues to Grow  WFMY News 2
  3. Atlanta: Three confirmed cases in one family, all unvaccinated  Outbreak News Today
  4. Hawaii Department of Health monitoring measles outbreak on mainland  KHON2 News
  5. First case of measles reported in Suffolk County  New York Post
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  1. Sightings of toxic caterpillars that trigger deadly asthma attacks spark fears of UK invasion  The Sun
  2. Plague of toxic caterpillars invading UK as experts warn people to avoid them  Mirror Online
  3. Have toxic caterpillars hit the UK?  Daily Mail
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  1. Team identifies 104 high-risk genes for schizophrenia  Futurity: Research News
  2. Scientists identify 104 high-risk genes for schizophrenia  News-Medical.net
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  1. Number of women who aren't physically active enough is high and growing  EurekAlert
  2. Sunny Side Down  Manila Bulletin
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Baby Was Born With Nearly No Skin. Doctors Are Fighting To Keep Him Alive  NDTV News

It should have been one of the happiest moments of Priscilla Maldonado's life but, instead, the 25-year-old mother was terrified. It was New Year's Day and she ...

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  1. Bubble Boy Disease Cured With Gene Therapy  Bloomberg Video
  2. Gene Therapy Cures Babies with "Bubble Boy" Disease  Genetic Engineering & Biotechnology News
  3. Rare 'Bubble Boy Disease' Likely Cured with New Gene Therapy  Live Science
  4. Doctors Cure ‘Bubble Boy’ Disease Using Edited HIV Genes  Sputnik International
  5. Gene therapy works for bubble boy disease  Science Magazine
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  1. Study on Slaughtered Pig Brains Raises New Questions About Death  Bloomberg Markets and Finance
  2. Scientists Restore Some Activity in Brains from Dead Pigs  Voice of America
  3. Scientists revive some brain cells in pigs — four hours after death  Axios
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  1. First confirmed CWD case outside of the Shenandoah Valley  CBS19 News
  2. Deer tests positive for Chronic Wasting Disease in Culpeper County  WWBT NBC12 News
  3. DGIF Reports One CWD-Positive White-Tailed Deer in Culpeper County  NBC 29 News
  4. Culpeper County deer tests positive for Chronic Wasting Disease  Inside NoVA
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Expert Warns About Lyme Disease And New Jersey's Uptick In Ticks  CBS New York

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  1. Half of statins patients dont hit ‘healthy cholesterol levels  The News International
  2. Statins ineffective for 50% of high cholesterol patients  Australian Hospital + Healthcare Bulletin
  3. Statins may not lower cholesterol enough in half those who take them  New Scientist News
  4. Half of patients taking statins won't reach 'healthy' cholesterol levels  Daily Mail
  5. Statins are not effective at lowering cholesterol levels for half of patients  Mirror Online
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  1. Study: Falling for scams could be early indicator of dementia  News3LV
  2. New study finds falling for scams could be sign of undiagnosed brain impairment or dementia  KCTV5 News
  3. Seniors: Scams May Be Warning Sign of Dementia  INQUIRER.net
  4. Seniors Who Fall Victim To Scams Might Be At Greater Risk For Alzheimer's  CBS Chicago
  5. Seniors who aren't on guard against scams may be at risk for developing Alzheimer's disease, study finds  KABC-TV
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