Measles problem ‘getting worse’ but no evidence it’s spreading in Md.  WTOP

The Maryland Department of Health said both cases involve people who reside in the same household, and that there's no evidence that the virus is spreading ...

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  1. In rare cases, immune system fails despite HIV suppression  National Institutes of Health
  2. Breakthrough antibody treatment suppresses HIV without antivirals  News-Medical.net
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  1. TB case confirmed at local high schoolv  KWTX
  2. Local News Waco ISD informs parents of individual who was diagnosed with tuberculosis Lisette Lopez 4  KXXV News Channel 25
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  1. Sore knee? Maybe you have a fabella  BBC News
  2. Surprise re-emergence of fabella bone in some people's knees  Radio New Zealand
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Michigan's measles outbreak continues to grow with 43 cases now reported  MLive.com

Michigan's current measles outbreak continues to trend in the wrong direction with the state health department reporting 42 cases as of Wednesday morning, ...

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Gene therapy might be a cure for "bubble boy disease"  CBS News

Eight babies with "bubble boy disease" have had it fixed by a gene therapy made from one of the immune system's worst enemies.

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Measles: What you need to know about vaccines, outbreaks and staying safe  The Mercury News

More cases have been reported this year than in all of 2018; here's what to do if you are exposed to the virus.

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  1. Study: A slice of bacon a day increases cancer risk  WIBW
  2. Eating just one slice of bacon a day linked to higher risk of colorectal cancer, study says  FOX5 Las Vegas
  3. New Study: Eating one slice of bacon a day linked to higher risk of cancer  News 4 Tucson KVOA-TV
  4. Eating An Extra Slice Of Bacon Could Increase Your Risk Of Cancer By 20%, So We're Upset  Delish.com
  5. Eating just 1 slice of bacon a day linked to higher risk of colorectal cancer, says study  WFLA
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  1. 3-year-old born with 'backward' legs takes first steps after pioneering surgery  Fox News
  2. Brave girl, 3, born with back to front legs walks for the first time after life-changing surgery  The Sun
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Judge Rejects Anti-Vaxxer Lawsuit Against New York City's Vaccine Mandate  HuffPost

A state judge on Thursday rejected a lawsuit filed by anti-vaccination parents who sought to lift New York City's new measles vaccination mandate, as parts of ...

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  1. Rabid fox attacks New Jersey woman, daughter uses ax, shovel to kill it: report  Fox News
  2. NJ State Trooper Plotted To Sexually Assault Young Girl, AG Says  Point Pleasant, NJ Patch
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'Patient zero' identified in Michigan measles outbreak: Report l GMA  ABC News

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  1. Writer, 30, 'looked pregnant' before surgeons removed a WATERMELON-sized tumour  Daily Mail
  2. Woman told she looked pregnant before MASSIVE 40cm tumour removed from her ovary  Mirror Online
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  1. Measles count now up to 43, and a gas station in Lansing named as an exposure site  WILX-TV
  2. Measles exposure sites in Kent Co.; cases in MI rise to 43  WOOD TV8
  3. Measles exposure sites reported in Grand Rapids  MLive.com
  4. New measles case confirmed in Oakland County, bringing total to 43  WDIV ClickOnDetroit
  5. New measles cases confirmed in Detroit, Oakland County; 8 exposure locations identified  WDIV ClickOnDetroit
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Texas baby born without skin in critical condition  CBS News

San Antonio — Doctors are working toward a diagnosis and care plan for a baby boy who has spent the first three months of his life in hospitals after he was ...

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  1. Woman Attacked By Rabid Fox In North Jersey: Animal Control  Long Valley, NJ Patch
  2. Daughter uses ax, shovel to attack rabid fox biting her mom in Blairstown  Daily Record
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  1. Green material for refrigeration identified  Phys.org
  2. Scientists discover eco-friendly material for refrigerators and ACs  ANI News
  3. Boffins Find material for ACs and refrigerators  Auckland Magazine
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General anesthesia hijacks sleep circuitry to knock you out  Medical Xpress

The discovery of general anesthesia 170 years ago was a medical miracle, enabling millions of patients to undergo invasive, life-saving surgeries without pain.

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  1. Decline in measles vaccination is causing a preventable global resurgence of the disease  National Institutes of Health
  2. Why measles is back in the US  Vox.com
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  1. Rent hikes likely at rent-stabilized buildings after board report  New York Post
  2. Rent-stabilized landlords see operating costs increase, again  Curbed NY
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  1. Stuffy nose? Physician says Bay Area allergy seasons getting longer, nastier  SFGate
  2. Doctors: Allergy season expected to get worse  WWBT NBC12 News
  3. One MILLION people set to get hay fever for first time this summer due to ‘super-strength pollen bomb’  The Sun
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  1. 14 Simple Ways to Stick to a Healthy Diet  EcoWatch
  2. The Planetary Health Diet Isn't The Only Way To Save The World From Climate Change  Bustle
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  1. Doctors cure 'bubble boy' disease with gene therapy  One America News Network
  2. Rare 'Bubble Boy Disease' Likely Cured with New Gene Therapy  Live Science
  3. Doctors Cure ‘Bubble Boy’ Disease Using Edited HIV Genes  Sputnik International
  4. Experimental Gene Therapy Frees "Bubble-Boy" Babies from a Life of Isolation  Scientific American
  5. Doctors may have found cure for 'bubble boy' disease  11Alive
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  1. Infant dies in 1st whooping cough-related fatality in Orange County since 2007  OCRegister
  2. Baby dies from whooping cough in Orange County, health officials confirm  FOX 11 Los Angeles
  3. O.C. Baby Dies From Whooping Cough, Marking 1st Death From Disease in California This Year  KTLA Los Angeles
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  1. Silver Lining as New, 97% Effective Ebola Vaccine Saves Lives in The Current Outbreak  ScienceAlert
  2. Experimental Ebola Vaccine Is 97.5% Effective And Saving Lives In The DRC, WHO Reports  IFLScience
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Skipping breakfast and eating a late dinner could be a killer  MarketWatch

This meal plan practiced by many workers raises heart attack risk and early death.

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  1. Two studies explore whether time of day can affect the body's response to exercise  Medical Xpress
  2. When Is the Best Time to Work Out? Body Clock Study Offers New Insights  Inverse
  3. Scrap that early morning jog! Evening exercise appears to be better for you, two new studies find  Daily Mail
  4. When is the best time to exercise? Researchers identify ideal hours  PhillyVoice.com
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UK gets largest grant ever: $87 million to cut opioid deaths in 16 Kentucky counties  Lexington Herald Leader

The University of Kentucky has been awarded an $87 million federal grant, the largest in its history, to reduce opioid deaths by 40 percent in 16 counties around ...

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  1. U researcher identifies virus as cause of paralysis in Minn. children  Star Tribune
  2. U of M researchers identify cause of polio-like illness that sickened six Minnesota kids  Bring Me The News
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New Measles Vaccine Bill Makes It Harder To Get Exemptions In Washington State  NPR

The bill removes the personal belief exemption from required childhood vaccinations for measles, mumps and rubella. Seventeen states allow exemptions ...

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  1. UK gets largest grant ever: $87 million to cut opioid deaths in 16 Kentucky counties  Lexington Herald Leader
  2. UK, Kentucky Awarded $87 Million to Lead Effort in Combating Nation's Opioid Epidemic  UKNow
  3. NIH funds study in four states to reduce opioid related deaths by 40 percent over three years  National Institutes of Health
  4. University of Kentucky, state receive record $87M grant to combat opioid deaths  WKYT
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Listeria Outbreak Linked To Delicious Deli Meats And Cheeses  Gothamist

Deli-sliced meats and cheeses, a staple of many discerning New Yorkers' daily and late-night diets, have been linked to an ongoing listeria outbreak, says the ...

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  1. Girl, 7, dies after severe allergic reaction to toothpaste ingredient, family says  Fox News
  2. Girl, 11, suffers fatal allergic reaction to toothpaste  New York Daily News
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Iowa officials report 2nd confirmed measles case since 2011  KCCI Des Moines

State health officials say Iowa has confirmed its second case of measles since 2011. The Iowa Public Health Department said Thursday that the unvaccinated ...

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Arizona schools' measles risk is even worse than it appears, Republic finds  AZCentral

Vaccine hesitancy among parents is a problem in Arizona, but schools could be doing a better job, too, an Arizona Republic analysis found.

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  1. Indiana University is dealing with a mumps outbreak -- and most cases are linked to a fraternity  CNN
  2. Indiana University mumps outbreak: Why some vaccinated students still got sick  Indianapolis Star
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  1. 32 severed pig heads came partially back to life after scientists gave them artificial blood, raising questions about how we define death  Business Insider
  2. Yale Scientists Restore Brain Activity in Dead Pigs Hours After Death  BioSpace
  3. Scientists spur some activity in brains of slaughtered pigs  NBC4i.com
  4. Longer lifespans: A coming crisis or reason to celebrate?  Big Think
  5. Scientists restore some vitality in dead pig brains — but without consciousness?  PBS NewsHour
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  1. Maryland Health Officials Confirm 3rd Measles Case - WBOC-TV 16, Delmarvas News Leader, FOX 21 -  WBOC TV 16
  2. IDPH Reports Second Case of Measles in Iowa  WHO TV Des Moines
  3. 3rd measles case confirmed in Md., possible public exposure in 3 places  WTOP
  4. Second measles case confirmed by Iowa Department of Public Health  KCCI Des Moines
  5. Health officials confirm second measles case in northeast Iowa  KCRG
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Measles outbreak grows: Can Pa. vaccination rate keep it out?  PennLive

Sign advertising free measles vaccines and information about measles are displayed at the Rockland County Health Department in Pomona, N.Y., Wednesday, ...

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CDC: Michigan listeria death linked to deli meat, cheese  WDIV ClickOnDetroit

(CNN) - Eight people in several states have been hospitalized with listeria infections, including one person who died, the Centers for Disease Control and ...

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Zap from device may improve aging memory  UPI News

Older people with memory problems might get a boost from an electromagnetic device that gives the brain a helpful zap, a new study reports.

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  1. New Risk Scores Assess Ties Between Genes and Obesity, Disease  The Wall Street Journal
  2. Genetic test offers clues — and only clues — to a person's risk of obesity  STAT
  3. A genetic scorecard could predict your risk of being obese  Science News
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  1. Blood pressure drug shows promise for treating Parkinson's and dementia in animal study  Medical Xpress
  2. Drug used to treat high blood pressure could relieve Parkinson's, Huntington's and Alzheimer's  Daily Mail
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  1. Washington Senate Passes Bill That Would Limit Measles Vaccine Exemptions  HuffPost
  2. Washington state Senate votes to eliminate some vaccine exemptions amid measles outbreak | TheHill  The Hill
  3. Politicians push to take away vaccination exemptions amid measles outbreak  ABC News
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  1. Liquid blood and urine have been found inside a prehistoric 42,000-year-old foal  CNN
  2. Liquid body fluids found inside prehistoric foal  KTVZ
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  1. We can't predict how bad this year's flu season will be but here's what we know so far  The Conversation AU
  2. 17 staff members at Duval County hospital fall ill with influenza-like illness, per health official  ActionNewsJax.com
  3. Flu jab call for Queenslanders to spare 'overstretched' hospitals  Sydney Morning Herald
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Israeli Flight Attendant Slips Into Coma After Contracting Measles  The Daily Beast

An Israeli flight attendant has slipped into a coma after contracting measles, CNN reports. The 43-year-old employee of El Al—Israel's national airline—has an ...

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  1. Does sugar make kids hyper? That's largely a myth  CNN
  2. Does sugar make kids hyper? That’s largely a myth  WJW FOX 8 News Cleveland
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  1. Public health officials call for STD testing amid resurgence of syphilis  SFGate
  2. As Syphilis Invades Rural America, A Fraying Health Safety Net Is Failing To Stop It  Kaiser Health News
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  1. Despite outbreaks, GOP opposing Democrats' efforts to tighten vaccine laws  Salon
  2. When did vaccines become politicized? Amid a measles outbreak, suddenly Republicans support anti-vaxxers  AlterNet
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