New research finds adolescents may be more at risk after bariatric surgery  9NEWS

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  1. Colorectal cancer rates increasing among younger patients: study  CTV News
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Berkeley Considers Using Sirens to Alert Residents to Evacuate Firestorms  KPIX CBS SF Bay Area

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  1. Restaurant worker infected with Hepatitis A  10News WTSP
  2. Positive hepatitis A case identified in food service worker at Duval's in Sarasota  WFLA
  3. Victory: Fort Pierce, Fla. Food Trucks  InstituteForJustice
  4. Food service worker at downtown Sarasota restaurant may have exposed guests to Hepatitis A  WWSB
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Oregon vaccine bill dead as US measles count soars  National Post

SALEM, Ore. — Critics blasted a decision by Oregon lawmakers that killed a bill aimed at getting more children vaccinated for measles and other preventable ...

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  1. SC declares statewide outbreak of Hepatitis A  WCNC
  2. New cases of Hepatitis A in St. Lucie County brings total to nine cases  WPEC
  3. Hepatitis A Cases Rising In Florida  CBS Miami
  4. After two years with none, Citrus sees 10 hepatitis A cases in five months  Citrus County Chronicle
  5. Worker at Largo brunch spot tests positive for Hepatitis A  ABC Action News - Tampa Bay
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  1. Miami-Dade Wants To Take Bite Out Of Mosquito Season  CBS Miami
  2. Get Ready For Swimsuit Season  KTNV Channel 13 Las Vegas
  3. Miami-Dade County Gears Up For Mosquito Breeding Season  CBS Miami
  4. Dengue is top concern for experts ahead of rainy season in South Florida  WPLG Local 10
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  1. Zombie raccoons reported in Riverside, a 'persistent problem' across Cook County, officials say  WLS-TV
  2. Police issue warning about `zombie raccoons`  WGN TV Chicago
  3. Police Warn Dog Owners Of Zombie Raccoons In Riverside  CBS Chicago
  4. Police in suburban Chicago are warning pet owners about zombie raccoons. Here's what to do if you see one.  Chicago Tribune
  5. Increase In Zombie Raccoon Calls: How To Protect Your Pets  La Grange, IL Patch
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  1. UN official blasts violence against Ebola teams in DR Congo  MENAFN.COM
  2. Ebola could spread beyond Congo containment zone if attacks continue: WHO  CBC.ca
  3. WHO warns Ebola could spread elsewhere if attacks don't stop  CTV News
  4. Ebola Outbreak Could Spiral Beyond DRC, WHO Warns  ວີໂອເອ-ລາວ - VOA Lao
  5. WHO warns Ebola could breach DRC's borders unless attacks stop  Al Jazeera English
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  1. This pill may help curb 2.7 lakh HIV cases in India  CanIndia News
  2. A pill which may help curb 2.7 lakh HIV cases in India  Odisha Television Ltd.
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  1. Young Woman Dies From Rabies After Playing With Stray Puppy in Philippines  The Epoch Times
  2. Woman dies of rabies after rescuing puppy  nation.co.ke
  3. Norwegian tourist, 24, dies of rabies after rescuing a street puppy on a Philippine holiday  Daily Mail
  4. Norwegian woman dies from rabies after puppy bite in the Philippines  Euronews English
  5. Norwegian woman dies after contracting rabies from stray puppy in Philippines  TVNZ
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  1. Thousands support breast cancer treatment and research at 2019 Boise Race for the Cure  KTVB
  2. Heart of Hope  NEWS CENTER Maine
  3. 2019 Boise Race for the Cure: Thousands gather to support breast cancer treatment, research  KTVB.com
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IMV Joins World Ovarian Cancer Coalition and Ovarian Cancer Canada in Supporting Ovarian Cancer Day 2019  Financial Post

DARTMOUTH, Nova Scotia — IMV Inc. (Nasdaq: IMV; TSX: IMV), a clinical stage immuno-oncology corporation, today joins with World Ovarian Cancer Coalition ...

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  1. Bike hire to be given to patients on prescription by doctors  Wales Online
  2. Bikes to be prescribed on NHS for first time in attempt to improve health of overweight patients  The Telegraph
  3. NHS launches prescription bikes to tackle heart disease  Sky News
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  1. ‘Suffering in silence’: Less than half of people with depression seeking help  CityNews Vancouver
  2. How to find professional help for depression, anxiety  CNN
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  1. Members of Kennedy family pen op-ed about RFK Jr.'s work with anti-vaxxers: He's 'complicit in sowing distrust'  AlterNet
  2. Singapore Health Ministry looking into ways to raise measles vaccination coverage  CNA
  3. Germany Considers $2,800 Fine for Parents Skipping Measles Vaccination  EcoWatch
  4. Family of Robert F. Kennedy Jr. slams his views on vaccines as 'tragically wrong'  CNN
  5. Amid measles outbreak, some may need additional dose of vaccination  UpNorthLive.com
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  1. Sumter County health department warns of spread of hepatitis A  Villages-News
  2. Food service worker at Arby's in Pinellas County tests positive for hepatitis A  ABC Action News - Tampa Bay
  3. Arby's worker tests positive for Hepatitis A, may have exposed customers  10News WTSP
  4. Clearwater Arby's worker tests positive for hepatitis A; customers urged to get vaccinated  WFLA
  5. Food service worker at Arby's in Clearwater tests positive for hepatitis A  ABC Action News - Tampa Bay
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Missoula area whooping cough cases jump to 47  KPAX-TV

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  1. Officials begin vaccinating Scientology ship passengers amid measles outbreak  CP24 Toronto's Breaking News
  2. Health inspectors board Scientology cruise ship to investigate measles case  ABC News
  3. Officials in Curacao board quarantined Scientology cruise ship  Daily Mail
  4. Scientology cruise ship faces renewed quarantine at home port in Curacao  Reuters
  5. Quarantined Cruise Ship Returns To Home Port | TODAY  TODAY
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Purefit Keto - Achieve Ketosis Quickly and Start Burning Fat For Energy  MENAFN.COM

(MENAFN - PRLog) Anyone who is even vaguely familiar with the weight loss industry will have undoubtedly encountered information on the Keto diet. Mat.

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  1. NEWS 5 INVESTIGATES: Local access to MMR Vaccine  WKRG
  2. Getting a measles vaccination isn't a personal choice – it's a social responsibility  The Guardian
  3. Festival-goers at risk of measles amid global surge, warns health officials  NME Live
  4. Measles epidemic continues to grow, health officials up pro-vaccine efforts  First Coast News
  5. Why do some still refuse to get the measles jab?  Sky News
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  1. Whooping cough found at Central Saanich school  CTV News
  2. Mother nearly loses child to whooping cough  THV11
  3. 7 cases of whooping cough confirmed at Glenwood Elementary School in Chapel Hill  Durham Herald Sun
  4. Missoula area whooping cough cases jump to 24  KPAX-TV
  5. Six students, administrator diagnosed with whooping cough at Chapel Hill elementary school  WRAL.com
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  1. Expanded MS drug coverage for patients  Yorkton This Week
  2. 'It helps to offer hope': Sask. drug plan now covering 1st-of-its-kind MS treatment  CBC.ca
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  1. Avengers midnight screening exposed to worst villain of all: Measles  CNET
  2. Officials Warn That Midnight Audience for Avengers: Endgame May Have Been Exposed to Measles  Gizmodo
  3. Did Woman Infect 'Avengers' Moviegoers With Measles?  Inside Edition
  4. ‘Avengers: Endgame’ fans exposed to measles at midnight premiere, LA officials say  Sacramento Bee
  5. Woman with measles attended the opening midnight screening of Avengers: Endgame  Daily Mail
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  1. Measles quarantines cruise ship reportedly owned by Church of Scientology  Stuff.co.nz
  2. Caribbean nation of St. Lucia quarantines cruise ship over measles case  The Journal Pioneer
  3. Cruise ship carrying nearly 300 people is quarantined in St. Lucia after confirmed measles case  Daily Mail
  4. Church of Scientology cruise ship quarantined for measles scheduled to leave St. Lucia Thursday  St. Lucia News Online
  5. Cruise ship quarantined, possible measles case investigated  ABC News
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  1. Blue Origin readies reusable suborbital launcher for another flight  Spaceflight Now
  2. Blue Origin to Launch Test Flight of Its New Shepard Spacecraft Thursday! How to Watch  Space.com
  3. How to watch Jeff Bezos and Blue Origin's next launch  CNET
  4. Blue Origin lofts NASA and student experiments in New Shepard tomorrow morning  TechCrunch
  5. Blue Origin announces next New Shepard suborbital flight  SpaceNews
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Japanese fungus resistant to drugs kills eight Brits after being found in 25 UK hospitals  The Sun

Candida auris, a fungus that flourishes on the skin and enters the bloodstream via wounds, has been found in British hospitals and killed eight patients.

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Diet capsules that swell in stomach could help weight loss  The Guardian

Gel capsules that part-fill the stomach before a meal may help people lose weight and keep it off, the European Congress on Obesity was told on Sunday.

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  1. How to avoid the bite of a kissing bug  Treehugger
  2. What are Kissing Bugs? Delaware Girl Bitten by Blood-Sucking Insect  Prevention.com
  3. A parasitic illness from 'kissing bugs' that bite your face at night is spreading — here's how to tell those insects apart from other bugs  Business Insider
  4. CDC warns blood-sucking `kissing bug` sighted in Colorado  FOX 31 Denver
  5. "Kissing bug" case confirmed in Delaware  WBNG-TV
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  1. ‘Don’t suffer in silence’: How to treat your seasonal allergies  Global News
  2. Allergy alert: Historic levels of grass pollen headed this way  Santa Rosa Press Democrat
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  1. Measles cases up in California, spread by overseas travel  Cambridge Times
  2. MEASLES OUTBREAK: International travel fueling California's measles outbreak  KPIX CBS SF Bay Area
  3. Cal State L.A. warns library patrons of potential exposure to measles  The Eastsider LA
  4. California measles cases reach 38, with outbreaks expected to keep growing  Los Angeles Times
  5. UCLA, Cal State LA To Quarantine Students Who Cannot Prove They Had Measles Vaccination  CBS Los Angeles
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  1. Polio vaccination plan triggers killings, arson, public hysteria in Pakistan  CBC.ca
  2. Gunmen kill polio vaccinator in southwestern Pakistan  Al Jazeera English
  3. Anti-polio campaign worker gunned down in Balochistan  DAWN.com
  4. Pak Woman Polio Vaccinator Shot Dead, Fourth Such Incident This Week  NDTV News
  5. Pakistan polio vaccine teams on edge after fatal attacks  The News International
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  1. NY county declares 2nd measles emergency  The Associated Press
  2. New State Of Emergency Issued By County Exec Ed Day Amid Measles Outbreak In Rockland  Daily Voice
  3. Measles: Ed Day renews Rockland state of emergency, with no new restrictions  The Journal News | LoHud.com
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New York outbreaks drive US measles count up to 626  National Post

NEW YORK — Outbreaks in New York state continue to drive up the number of U.S. measles cases, which are approaching levels not seen in 25 years.Health ...

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Ebola WHO Cameroon doctor killed in DR Congo  Quartz

Dr Richard Mouzoko Kiboung, an epidemiologist with the World Health Organization, was killed in an attack on April 19.

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Patients at York Region wellness centre could have been exposed to measles  CTV News

Health officials say people who visited Fountain Medical and Wellness Centre in Richmond Hill earlier this month may have been exposed to measles.

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  1. Hair stylist offering free haircuts during Autism Awareness Month  FOX 47 News
  2. April is Autism Awareness Month  KETV NewsWatch 7
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  1. Family Of Woman Who Died Drug-Resistant Fungus Infection Seeks Transparency  CBS Chicago
  2. Superbug fungus cases rising in Chicago  Fox 32 Chicago
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  1. Study links preschool screen time to behavioural and attention problems  Philippine Canadian Inquirer
  2. Too Much Screen Time for Preschoolers?  Net Newsledger
  3. Behaviour problems for pre-schoolers from screen time: study  Radio Canada International - ENGLISH
  4. What is screen time really doing to young kids?  My Cowichan Valley Now
  5. New research links preschool screen time to behavioural and attention problems  Global News
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Blood pressure medication recall expanded over cancer concerns  ABC Action News - Tampa Bay

Torrent Pharmaceuticals Limited is expanding its recall once again because their blood pressure tablets contain a potential cancer-causing carcinogen.

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  1. KTTH Seattle activist alleges misinformation campaign around homelessness  MyNorthwest.com
  2. Cases of HIV spike in King County homeless drug users  KING 5
  3. HIV diagnoses increase 286 percent among King County injection drug users  KING5.com
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  1. Fairly common virus is linked to Acute Flaccid Myelitis (AFM)  KARE 11
  2. U of M researchers identify cause of polio-like illness that sickened six Minnesota kids  Bring Me The News
  3. Scientists pinpoint virus which could be the cause of deadly polio-like illness  Daily Mail
  4. U of M researcher identifies virus linked to polio-like illness AFM  KARE 11
  5. Minnesota researchers identify virus as cause of mystery paralysis in kids  Star Tribune
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  1. Lab confirms measles case in York Region  TheSpec.com
  2. Province prepares for measles catch-up campaign at clinics, schools around B.C.  CityNews Vancouver
  3. Health officials report lab-confirmed measles case in York Region  CP24 Toronto's Breaking News
  4. Israeli flight attendant who contracted measles in a coma. Vaccine urged for flight crews  The London Free Press
  5. Measles immunization programs underway at B.C. schools  Global News
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  1. Good to know: Doctors discover MS breakthrough at OHSU  KGW News
  2. OHSU doctors part of 'breakthrough' research on treating multiple sclerosis  KATU
  3. Doctors part of 'breakthrough' research on treating multiple sclerosis  WZTV
  4. Doctors discover MS breakthrough at OHSU  KGW News
  5. OHSU researchers develop possible 'game-changer' for MS  KTVZ
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  1. Falling for phone scams could be an early sign of dementia, study says  CNN
  2. For old folk, being scammed may foretell Alzheimer's onset  Cosmos
  3. Falling for a scam may be an early warning sign of dementia, a new study suggests  Daily Mail
  4. Senior's weakness for scams may be warning sign of dementia  KOMO News
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  1. Kelowna mayor flies paper kites for Autism awareness  Similkameen Spotlight
  2. Families share their autism journey to raise awareness  KBAK - KBFX - Eyewitness News - BakersfieldNow
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  1. Half of statins patients don’t hit ‘healthy’ cholesterol levels  Malay Mail
  2. Statins lack desired effect for half of patients, study finds  The Guardian
  3. Half of patients taking statins won't reach 'healthy' cholesterol levels  Daily Mail
  4. Half of statins patients don't hit 'healthy' cholesterol levels  New Straits Times
  5. Statins failing adequately to reduce cholesterol in 'half' of patients  The Telegraph
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  1. Hospital curtains often contaminated with drug-resistant bacteria: study  Global News
  2. Hospital privacy curtains harbour antibiotic-resistant germs: study  CTV News
  3. Privacy curtains could be reservoir of deadly bacteria: study  Medical Xpress
  4. Curtains in patients' rooms often rife with drug-resistant germs – study  The Guardian
  5. Privacy curtains at hospitals could be reservoir of deadly bacteria: Study  AsiaOne
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  1. Swallowed toys, coins, batteries spark rise in toddler ER visits in U.S.  CBC.ca
  2. Kids' ER visits due to swallowed toys, coins, batteries double: study  CP24 Toronto's Breaking News
  3. ‘Rang some alarms’: More U.S. kids hospitalized from swallowing toys, coins and batteries  Global News
  4. Study: Toddler ER visits from swallowing non-food things surge  The Takeout
  5. Rate of kids swallowing toys, coins and batteries has DOUBLED in 20 years  Daily Mail
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  1. 'Redouble efforts' to detect cases of Ebola in Congo, urges World Health Organization  CBC News
  2. Congo's Ebola outbreak may become global emergency  CP24 Toronto's Breaking News
  3. UN says Congo's Ebola outbreak not yet a global emergency  CTV News
  4. As Death Toll Rises In Ebola Outbreak, WHO Declines to Declare Global Health Emergency  Gizmodo
  5. Experts express grave concern as Congo Ebola outbreak gathers pace  The Guardian
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