1. Congolese Ebola victim may have entered Rwanda and Uganda - WHO  The Journal Pioneer
  2. WHO declares Congo's Ebola outbreak an international emergency  CBC News
  3. Ebola outbreak 2019: What is Ebola? What are the symptoms? How is it spread?  Express.co.uk
  4. Ebola outbreak in Congo declared an international health emergency  CTV News
  5. WHO reports new Ebola incident in Uganda amid fears of virus spread  CBC News
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  1. California woman's foot ravaged by flesh-eating bacteria, exposing her bones  Fox News
  2. What you need to know to protect yourself from flesh-eating bacteria  WVLT.TV
  3. Alabama Man Gets Flesh-Eating Bacteria on Kayaking Trip: 'Stay Out of the River!'  PEOPLE.com
  4. Kentucky man caught flesh-eating bacteria on camping trip  New York Post
  5. What you should know about flesh-eating bacteria  WTHR
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  1. FDA warns ‘Big Penis’ stimulant has hidden drug ingredient  Fox Business
  2. Big Penis supplement contains hidden ingredient, FDA warns  USA TODAY
  3. Big Penis Comes With A Hidden Surprise  Gizmodo Australia
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  1. HEALTH WARNING: Tick-borne illnesses on the rise  KETKnbc
  2. Tick-borne illnesses beyond Lyme disease are increasing  WTHR
  3. Beware of ticks: Here's how to identify 6 species  SILive.com
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  1. Congo soldiers, police to enforce Ebola emergency measures  CityNews Vancouver
  2. Ebola outbreak flagged as international health emergency by WHO | DW News  DW News
  3. The Congo's Ebola Outbreak Just Reached a Crisis Level Seen Only 5 Other Times  VICE News
  4. Ebola has been declared an international public health emergency  The Economist
  5. Ebola outbreak declared a public health emergency of international concern  Boing Boing
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  1. The thousands of Birmingham kids being treated for these mental health conditions  Birmingham Live
  2. Thousands go missing from mental health hospitals in England each year - NHS  Sky News
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  1. Heading on holiday? Spotting the signs of melanoma is as easy as 'ABCDE'  Gloucestershire Live
  2. Millions of Brits at risk as skin cancer rates soar by 45% – the warning signs you need to know  The Sun
  3. Skin cancer rates have soared by 45 per cent in a decade as legacy of package holidays hits  The Telegraph
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  1. Chinese researcher escorted from national microbiology lab amidst RCMP investigation  CBC News
  2. Chinese researcher escorted from infectious disease lab amidst RCMP investigation  Yahoo News
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  1. Sexually Transmitted Infections Are On The Rise In Canada And Experts Say This Is Why  Narcity
  2. Chlamydia, syphilis rates increase in Canada — and experts say declining condom use is partly to blame  CBC News
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  1. 5G health risks: What's the evidence?  BBC News
  2. IMDA will ensure 5G is safe, Letters in Print News & Top Stories  The Straits Times
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  1. A healthy lifestyle may offset genetic risk for Alzheimer's  Philippine Canadian Inquirer
  2. Diet, exercise and other lifestyle factors may offset genetic risk for Alzheimer’s: study  Global News
  3. A healthy lifestyle may offset genetic risk for Alzheimer's  CTV News
  4. Dementia: Lifestyle changes that could lower your risk  BBC News
  5. A healthy lifestyle may offset genetic risk for Alzheimer’s  Toronto Star
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  1. Two Ebola health workers killed in eastern Congo  Saskatoon StarPhoenix
  2. First case of Ebola in Congo city of Goma detected: officials  Global News
  3. Ebola in DR Congo: Case confirmed in Goma  BBC News
  4. Ebola case confirmed in Congolese city of Goma for first time  Financial Times
  5. Ebola virus reaches Congolese city of Goma  The Guardian
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  1. Man Contracts Flesh-Eating Bacteria Dies two Days Later  Debate Report
  2. Tennessee man dies after being infected with flesh-eating bacteria  WKRN News 2
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  1. Health officials investigate after respiratory illnesses claim 2 lives, hospitalize 18 from assisted living facility  Washington Post
  2. 2 dead, 18 hospitalized after respiratory outbreak at Fairfax County assisted living facility  WUSA9
  3. 'Respiratory outbreak' under probe at retirement community after 54 fall ill  ABC News
  4. 2 dead from respiratory infection outbreak at Va. assisted living community  WTOP
  5. Respiratory illness outbreak at retirement home kills 2 and sickens dozens more  CNN
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  1. Florida woman says father died after contracting flesh-eating bacteria  WTXL ABC 27
  2. VERIFY: What is flesh-eating bacteria -- and does it exist?  10News WTSP
  3. 'Within 48 hours... he was gone': Memphis man dies from flesh-eating bacteria in Gulf waters  FOX13 Memphis
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Good gut bacteria 'helps starving children'  BBC News

A diet rich in bananas, chickpeas and peanuts improves gut bacteria in malnourished children, helping kick-start their growth, research suggests. These foods ...

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  1. Trudeau Liberals pledge $150M toward big-data cancer research initiative  Kimberley Bulletin
  2. Trudeau Liberals pledge $150M for new cancer research network  Global News
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Mosquitoes test positive for West Nile Virus in Massachusetts for first time this year  WWLP-22News

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  1. 'I gave my daughter something which killed her'  BBC News
  2. Cases of vCJD still to emerge after mad cow disease scandal  BBC News
  3. Mad Cow Disease: The Great British Beef Scandal review – is it really gone for good?  The Guardian
  4. What is Mad Cow Disease? And could CJD be about to make a comeback?  Express
  5. What's on TV tonight: Thursday July 11, 2019 | Times2  The Times
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Riskier male sex pushes Europe's syphilis rates up 70% since 2010  National Post

LONDON — Syphilis cases have soared in Europe over the last decade and become, for the first time since the early 2000s, more common in some countries ...

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  1. Research: Less differentiation in other-race facial features occurs in the earliest cognitive processes  Tdnews
  2. 'You all look alike to me' is hard-wired in us, research finds: Less differentiation in other-race facial features occurs in the earliest cognitive processes  Science Daily
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  1. Marijuana's impact varies depending on the part of the brain it's acting on, researchers say  CTV News London
  2. Why marijuana affects different people differently  Medical Xpress
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  1. Some vitamin supplements can increase risk of a stroke, study finds  Telegraph.co.uk
  2. Supplements do barely anything to protect you from heart disease or early death, study finds  Daily Mail
  3. Supplements probably aren't helping your heart, research suggests  CNN
  4. Most dietary supplements do not protect against heart attack and stroke  NBC News
  5. Supplements and Diets for Heart Health Show Limited Proof of Benefit  The New York Times
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  1. Common Cold Virus Completely Eliminates Bladder Cancer in Patient  P&T Community
  2. Common cold virus targets, and kills, bladder cancer in exciting early human trial  New Atlas
  3. Common Cold Virus Targets And Kills Bladder Cancer  IFLScience
  4. Common cold virus strain could be a breakthrough in bladder cancer treatment  News-Medical.net
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  1. Public health officials declare New Brunswick measles outbreak over  Toronto Star
  2. Measles outbreak in Saint John area declared over by Public Health  CBC.ca
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  1. UK offers HPV vaccines to boys, aims to stop 100,000 cancer cases  National Post
  2. HPV vaccine to be given to boys in effort to slash cancer rates  The Guardian
  3. Health Ministry budgets RM2m for cervical screening using HPV in KL, Kedah, Kelantan  Malay Mail
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  1. Almost a third of Scots are now obese and at risk of more cancers than smokers  MENAFN.COM
  2. This Morning: Phillip Schofield clashes with guest in heated Cancer Research advert chat  Express
  3. Cancer Research UK accused of 'fat shaming' over obesity smoking campaign  Telegraph.co.uk
  4. New Research Links Obesity To 4 Types Of Cancer. Can A Vegan Diet Help?  Plant Based News
  5. Plus-size model blasts Cancer Research UK ads for 'fat-shaming' obese people  Daily Mail
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  1. Deadly Fungus Killing Millions of Bats in U.S. Found in NorCal  KTLA Los Angeles
  2. A deadly fungus is killing millions of bats in the U.S. Now it’s in California  Los Angeles Times
  3. Deadly bat disease detected in Plumas County  Action News Now
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  1. Most older adults with 'prediabetes' don't develop diabetes  National Post
  2. Most older adults with 'prediabetes' don't develop diabetes  CNA
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  1. Flesh-eating bacteria not just in the water  CBS17.com
  2. 'Flesh-Eating' Bacteria: Know the Basic Science Before Going to the Beach  Inverse
  3. Young boy contracts a flesh-eating bacteria while swimming at a beach in Maryland  Daily Mail
  4. Boy contracts potentially fatal flesh-eating virus on beach trip with family  Mirror Online
  5. What is necrotizing fasciitis? Here’s what a Pennsylvania family wants you to know about disease caused by fle  Allentown Morning Call
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  1. Scientists discover 'Achilles Heel' of tumours that could cure cancer  Metro.co.uk
  2. Greek scientist leads major cancer breakthrough that may lead to cure  Greek City Times
  3. Researchers identify new way to make cancer self-destruct  Medical Xpress
  4. Penn Medicine researchers find way to make some cancers self-destruct  PhillyVoice.com
  5. Cancer breakthrough: Scientists discover Achilles' Heel of tumors that causes them to self-destruct  Daily Mail
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  1. Sodium Intake Can Be The Cause Of Gastrointestinal Bloating  MENAFN.COM
  2. Do you binge on salty treats? Stop now, it can result in bloating  Economic Times
  3. Higher Salt Intake can Cause Gastrointestinal Bloating: Study  News18
  4. Higher salt intake can cause gastrointestinal bloating  Hindustan Times
  5. Higher salt intake can cause gastrointestinal bloating, says study  Business Standard
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Woman told she had tonsillitis in near-fatal misdiagnosis of rare blood disease  The Standard

Doctors told Annie Lovegrove, that if she had not have gone to A&E when she did she would not have survived the next day.

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  1. Australian man dies days after being dared to eat a gecko  Yahoo Sports
  2. Australian man was dared to eat a gecko at a party. He died 10 days later  Stuff.co.nz
  3. Man who was ‘dared to eat gecko at a party’ dies 10 days later in ‘absolute agony’ from salmonella infecti  The Sun
  4. Father dies 'in agony' after eating gecko as a dare at Christmas party  7NEWS
  5. Queensland dad David Dowell dared to eat gecko at a party dies 10 days later  New Zealand Herald
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  1. Fifty years of HIV: how close are we to a cure?  The Guardian
  2. What lies behind the spread of HIV in Larkana  DAWN.com
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