1. Not all moms are following safe sleep practices for their babies, study says  GMA
  2. We're Still Not All Following Safe Baby Sleep Guidelines, Says a New Study  Yahoo Lifestyle
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  1. The night gardeners: Immune cells rewire, repair brain while we sleep  Medical Xpress
  2. Immune cells repair our brains while we sleep  Futurity: Research News
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  1. Vermont’s childhood obesity now highest in New England  vtdigger.org
  2. Report: Youth obesity in Vermont leads NY, NH  WCAX
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  1. Whooping Cough closes Bishop Manogue HS  KOLO
  2. Whooping cough outbreak: Bishop Manogue urges students to get antibiotics, even if healthy  Reno Gazette Journal
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  1. Men with psychopathic traits are more desirable to women, Canadian researchers say  Big Think
  2. Men with psychopathic traits are attractive because they 'know the right things to say'  Daily Mail
  3. Women are more attracted to men with psychopathic traits, research reveals  New Zealand Herald
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  1. Parents worry as supplies of childhood cancer-fighting drug dwindle  KOMO News
  2. US faces shortage of drug used to treat childhood cancers until 2020  New York Post
  3. MD Anderson, Texas Children’s scramble to cope with drug shortage  Houston Chronicle
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  1. Your Brain Is Awesome at Avoiding One Big Thing  Newser
  2. Scientists Think Our Brains Protect Us From Our Mortality  Newsweek
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  1. Type 2 diabetes: Best fruit to include in your breakfast to lower blood sugar  Express
  2. Expert blames rise in Type 2 diabetes in children on poor diet  Vanguard
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  1. Blue light rots the brains of fruit flies  Treehugger
  2. The blue light from electronics could cause premature aging  KGUN
  3. Electronic device blue light could accelerate ageing  All4Women
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Experts Explain Possible Reasons Behind A 56% Jump In Youth Suicide Rate In 10 Years  The Daily CallerView full coverage on Google News
Prime Editing, A New Gene Editing Technique May Offer Improvement Over CRISPR : Shots - Health News  NPRView full coverage on Google News
Study Says Athletes Should Replace Sports Gels With Mashed Potatoes  Modern FarmerView full coverage on Google News
LA County reports first flu death of the season  KABC-TVView full coverage on Google News
Four People Dead From Legionnaires' Disease Linked to Hot Tub Fair Display  TooFabView full coverage on Google News
Virus linked to mysterious polio-like childhood illness called AFM, study says  KATUView full coverage on Google News
  1. TV anchor Michelle Velez has cancer after molar pregnancy  TODAY
  2. News anchor diagnosed with molar pregnancy, undergoing chemotherapy  Fox News
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  1. Bedbugs found at Mott Community College's Flint campus  Detroit Free Press
  2. Bed bugs discovered on campus of Mott Community College  WNEM TV5
  3. Chairs with bedbugs removed from Mott Community College in Flint  ABC 12 News
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  1. Another pertussis case surfaces at a Lexington high school  WKYT
  2. Whooping cough confirmed at Southwick-Tolland-Granville Schools  WWLP-22News
  3. Your Health Matters Pertussis case confirmed at Dunbar High School Site Administrator 3:49 PM, Oct  LEX18 Lexington KY News
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  1. Study details diet that fuels anti-inflammatory gut bacteria  SlashGear
  2. Research Finds These Mediterranean Diet Foods Protect The Gut Microbiome  mindbodygreen.com
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  1. Measles case; Court orders Allentown woman quarantined after exposure  Morning Call
  2. Official: 5 in Allentown quarantined due to measles exposure concerns  WFMZ Allentown
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  1. Yale study: Class bias against job candidates forms in seconds  Quartz
  2. Study shows class bias in hiring based on few seconds of speech  Phys.org
  3. Your social class can be determined in just seven words, study finds  Telegraph.co.uk
  4. Yale study shows class bias in hiring based on few seconds of speech  Yale News
  5. Managers hire people who they think sound 'more high class,' study finds  Daily Mail
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  1. DPH: Vaccination rates at 134 schools fall below federal guidelines  WFSB
  2. Data show 134 Connecticut schools below recommended vaccination level for measles, a 31% increase from a year  Hartford Courant
  3. State Releases School By School Vaccination Data for Kindergarten  NBC Connecticut
  4. Connecticut Had 134 Schools That Fell Short of U.S. Measles-Vaccination Rate Guideline  Wall Street Journal
  5. VIDEO: Vaccination rates at 134 schools fall below federal guidelines  WFSB 3
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  1. Dr. Bernard Fisher, Pioneer of Breast Cancer Treatment, Dies at 101 – Obituary  Legacy.com
  2. Mom of Two Shares Her Breast Cancer Battle: 'Getting That Mammogram Saved My Life'  Yahoo Entertainment
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Harvard researchers grew meat in a lab from cow and rabbit cells. It looks a lot like the real thing  CNNView full coverage on Google News
  1. Doctors' Expectations Make Pain Treatments More Effective, Research Finds : Shots - Health News  NPR
  2. Placebo effect can be a social thing  Cosmos
  3. The Power of Bedside Manner on Pain  Elemental
  4. Medicine works better the more doctors believe in it, study finds  Telegraph.co.uk
  5. Placebos can work if the doctor thinks they will - study  Newshub
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Cases of bowel and pancreatic cancer soar, experts warn – the signs you need to know  The SunView full coverage on Google News
  1. Consuming lots of milk and cheese may raise the risk of prostate cancer  Daily Mail
  2. Eating Dairy Products Linked to Prostate Cancer, With Plant Based Diets Reducing Risk  Newsweek
  3. Eating cheese, butter and yoghurt 'increases prostate cancer risk'  Mirror Online
  4. Eating cheese ‘increases your risk of prostate cancer’  The Sun
  5. Dairy-heavy diet linked to prostate cancer risk  The Times
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  1. The promise and peril of the new science of social genomics  Nature.com
  2. Research reveals how migration affects DNA patterns in the UK  Phys.Org
  3. Inequality now extends to people's DNA  The Conversation UK
  4. British industrial regions suffer ‘gene drain’ with the healthier and more learned moving away  Telegraph.co.uk
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  1. Catastrophic events carry forests of trees thousands of miles to a burial at sea  Phys.org
  2. Trees from Ancient Forests Discovered in Deep Ocean, Thousands of Miles from Land  Newsweek
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  1. What's the Best Weight-Loss Diet?  Health Essentials from Cleveland Clinic
  2. Things the world's most successful diets have in common  Times of India
  3. Mediterranean diet could provide a boost for the brain  The Globe and Mail
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Mom of Two Shares Her Breast Cancer Battle: 'Getting That Mammogram Saved My Life'  PEOPLE Great IdeasView full coverage on Google News
  1. Neuroscientists have created 'mini brains' from human tissue that can FEEL and even suffer  Daily Mail
  2. Human Mini-brains Created in Lab May Become Sentient and Able to Feel Pain, Scientists Warn  Newsweek
  3. Scientists Worried That Human Brains Grown in Lab May Be Sentient  Futurism
  4. Explainer: Scientists grew a 'mini human brain' emitting brain waves. Ethicists worry it could feel pain  TODAYonline
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  1. Lab-grown meat gains muscle as it moves from petri dish to dinner plate  Harvard Gazette
  2. Solving major issues of lab grown meat  SciTech Europa
  3. Lab-grown meat: Researchers grow muscle cells on edible fibers  Phys.org
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  1. Mother loses her arm after catching a flesh-eating bug  Daily Mail
  2. Mum loses her arm to flesh-eating bug that ‘ate away’ at her body and triggered sepsis  The Sun
  3. Young mum has arm amputated after missing signs of flesh-eating bug  Mirror Online
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  1. Potato puree is just as good for athletes at boosting their performance as carb gels  Daily Mail
  2. Eating potatoes as effective as carbohydrate gels, study finds  IOL
  3. Feel tired while exercising? Eating this food will help keep energy levels high  The Indian Express
  4. Consuming Potato Puree May Boost Athletic Performance During Prolonged Exercise: Study  NDTV Food
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  1. The Big Number: Menopause before age 50 linked to increased heart risks  The Washington Post
  2. Doctors studying impact of changing weather on health  KOAA 5
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  1. Cancer-causing superbug has become twice as hard to kill  Telegraph.co.uk
  2. Cancer-causing stomach bug has become TWICE as hard to treat with antibiotics in the last 20 years  Daily Mail
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  1. High blood pressure: Six foods to avoid if you want to lower your reading  Express
  2. High Blood Pressure: Why salt is considered a harbinger of hypertension?  PINKVILLA
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  1. Mediterranean food is good for gut health  The Asian Age
  2. Plant-based foods and Mediterranean diet associated with healthy gut microbiome  Medical Xpress
  3. Which foods are beneficial for a healthy gut microbiome?  Medical News Today
  4. Diet of fish, bread, legumes and nuts linked to healthy gut microbiome  CTV News
  5. Plant-based, Mediterranean diet good for gut microbiome  Gulf News
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  1. What Causes a Mysterious Paralysis in Children? Researchers Find Viral Clues  The New York Times
  2. 'Missing' virus detected in dozens of children paralyzed by polio-like illness  Medical Xpress
  3. Study points to virus as culprit in kids' paralyzing illness  The Associated Press
  4. Study finds virus to blame for paralyzing illness in kids known as AFM  KSTP
  5. Scientists discover signs a virus may trigger polio-like illness  Daily Mail
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  1. A Man's Gut Made Him Extremely Drunk by Brewing Alcohol When He Ate Carbs  ScienceAlert
  2. Sober man discovered his STOMACH brews beer and gets him drunk after he failed drink drive test  The Sun
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  1. Mysterious newly discovered virus DEFIES EVOLUTION, current scientific understanding  RT
  2. Strange New Virus Could Represent 'Entirely New System of Viral Evolution'  ScienceAlert
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  1. Cancer research: Scientists seek clues to how disease 'is born'  BBC News
  2. British and US scientists in £55m bid to detect cancers before tumours even appear  Daily Mail
  3. £55m Anglo-US research alliance to boost early cancer detection rates  The Guardian
  4. US-UK research study targets cancer at earliest stage  Financial Times
  5. Smart lavatories could spot tumours before they form  The Times
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Autism spectrum disorder risk linked to insufficient placental steroid  Medical XpressView full coverage on Google News
  1. First-time evidence suggests that fat can accumulate in the lungs  Medical News Today
  2. Fat accumulations in airways of obese people detected for first time  New Atlas
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  1. Carolyn Hax: Depressed patient can’t get through to a therapist  MLive.com
  2. Carolyn Hax: Struggling to find a therapist during an episode of depression  The Washington Post
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65% of pregnant women don't get flu vaccines - put newborns at risk, data finds  KOMO NewsView full coverage on Google News
  1. Scores more heart attacks and strokes on high pollution days, figures show  The Guardian
  2. NHS boss announces air pollution 'emergency' as major study shows our dirty air is killing us  Telegraph.co.uk
  3. NHS boss declares air pollution 'health emergency'  Daily Mail
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  1. Father notices sun spot on his neck before doctors are forced to remove a MASSIVE chunk of his skin  Daily Mail
  2. Dad has huge slab of his neck removed after skin cancer diagnosis  Metro.co.uk
  3. Dad’s horrendous 16inch scar shows why doctors are worried about sunbathers not checking their moles  The Sun
  4. How a sun spot led to a man losing a big chunk of his neck and back  Yahoo7 News
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Exercise before breakfast to lose weight quickly  Times of IndiaView full coverage on Google News