After surgery, how patients fare may depend on how their doctor behaves, study says  CNN

Patients were at higher risk of complications if their surgeons were more often reported by colleagues for "unprofessional behavior."

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  1. Why do women face higher heart disease risk after breast cancer?  Medical News Today
  2. Imaging results, health data combine in AI model to predict breast cancer  Tech Xplore
  3. Updates in metastatic and early-stage breast cancer  ecancer
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  1. Squeezing of blood vessels may contribute to cognitive decline in Alzheimer's  Medical Xpress
  2. Alzheimer's may be triggered by 'squeezed' capillaries in the brain  Daily Mail
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  1. Bill proposes fully covering HIV-prevention drug PrEP  CNN
  2. California slams insurers for discriminating against users of HIV-prevention drug  Los Angeles Times
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Get Vaccinated for Measles Before You Travel  Lifehacker

You may not think of Europe as a place where you need vaccines before you go on vacation, but measles cases are at a record high in Europe this year.

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Technology changing our skeletons, may promote ‘horns’ at base of skull in youth  New York Daily News

Researchers have found “horns,” bone-spur-type growths, sprouting at the base of the skull, especially among young adults – and they surmise it could be due ...

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  1. Doctors told this woman with Lyme disease to 'try meditation' and that she 'didn't look unwell'  Daily Mail
  2. Health Headlines - 6/19/19  FOX 47 News
  3. Tips to keep ticks at bay  WWLP-22News
  4. Two ticks test positive for Lyme disease in Elgin  St. Thomas Times-Journal
  5. Yes! Pics: 6/19/19  FOX 47 News
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  1. Ebola has spread for nearly a year in Congo. Officials are scrambling to ‘reset’ the response.  The Washington Post
  2. As Ebola Continues To Spread In Congo, Uganda Watches Nervously | TIME  TIME
  3. Uganda's burgeoning refugee burden  Al Jazeera English
  4. As Ebola Continues to Spread In Congo, Uganda Watches Nervously  TIME
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  1. Spike in Multnomah County HIV cases tied to drug use  OregonLive
  2. Multnomah County sees increase in HIV among drug users  KOIN.com
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  1. Measles scare a false alarm at La Mesa urgent care  10News
  2. Officials Say No Measles Exposure at Sharp Rees-Stealy Urgent Care  NBC 7 San Diego
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  1. Latest Suicide Data Show the Depth of U.S. Mental Health Crisis  Bloomberg
  2. Mental health experts encourage direct conversations about suicide after Kalamazoo River deaths  MLive.com
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  1. Low-carb diet may reduce diabetes risk independent of weight loss  The Ohio State University News
  2. Low-carb diets could reduce diabetes, heart disease and stroke risk even if people DON'T lose weight  Daily Mail
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  1. Gut bacteria associated with chronic pain for first time  Medical Xpress
  2. Hope for millions with fibromyalgia as new gut bacteria test could diagnose condition faster  The Sun
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  1. Survey finds vaccine safety concern has regional differences  Axios
  2. How do we combat the global measles revival? It’s a matter of trust  The Guardian
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  1. Health officials warn of possible measles exposure in Fauquier Co.  WTOP
  2. Northern Virginia Health Officials Warn of Possible Measles Exposure  NBC4 Washington
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  1. 'My bulimia was hidden by my normal weight'  BBC News
  2. 'My bulimia was hidden by my normal weight'  BBC News
  3. 'My bulimia was hidden by so-called healthy weight'  BBC News
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  1. The most common cancer for men is still a mystery to science — but 9/11 first responders are giving researchers fresh clues  Business Insider
  2. New Study Links Toxic Sept. 11 Dust to Prostate Cancer  The Wall Street Journal
  3. Prostate cancer: The sign in your urine it is serious - are you at risk?  Express
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  1. How Kamala Harris would prevent the spread of HIV  POLITICO
  2. Kamala Harris Wants To Make HIV Prevention Pill More Accessible  HuffPost
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  1. Study: Dogs Detect Lung Cancer In Blood With Stunning 97% Accuracy  Study Finds
  2. New study finds dogs are 97 percent accurate when sniffing out lung cancer  AsiaOne
  3. Dogs Trained by Researchers Detect Lung Cancer with Almost 100 Percent Accuracy  News18
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  1. Hepatitis A outbreak spreads to five S.C. restaurants  WYFF4 Greenville
  2. Employees at two more S.C. restaurants test positive for Hepatitis A  WSAV-TV
  3. Customers wary after more SC restaurants listed for possible Hepatitis A exposure  WIS10
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The 11 Countries Where People Don't Trust Vaccines  VICE

Residents of richer nations like the United States are more likely to have doubts about vaccines, according to a new global study. Anti-vaxx sentiments are ...

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How Your Facebook Posts Might Reveal Your Medical Status  Lifehacker

Researchers were able to correctly guess some people's medical conditions by analyzing their Facebook posts, according to a new study. The people involved ...

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Mosquitoes are biting Tri-Citians early. Why you should be worried  Tri-City Herald

The unusually hot start to June in the Tri-Cities has brought an early arrival of disease-carrying mosquitoes. You may have seen mosquitoes, and been bitten, ...

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The US suicide rate is up 33% since 1999, research says  CNN

The suicide rate in the United States is at the highest level since World War II. New research finds that the nationwide rate of suicide in 2017 was 33% higher ...

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  1. Rotavirus Vaccine May Help Protect Against Type 1 Diabetes  The New York Times
  2. Rotavirus vaccination linked to 41 per cent decreased risk of type 1 diabetes  Diabetes.co.uk
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  1. Georgia toddler diagnosed with rare ovarian cancer now disease-free  Fox News
  2. 2-year-old diagnosed with rare ovarian cancer is now cancer-free  WSB Atlanta
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  1. Findings link gut bacteria and fibromyalgia  Futurity: Research News
  2. Gut bacteria associated with chronic widespread pain for first time  EurekAlert
  3. Canadian researchers find link between gut bacteria and fibromyalgia  CTV News
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Youth suicide rate reaches 20-year high in U.S.  UPI News

Suicide rates among teens and young adults in the United States have reached their highest point in nearly two decades, a new study reports.

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  1. Homecare for a Loved One With Alzheimer's or Dementia  U.S. News & World Report
  2. Dementia: Four foods to help prevent 'UK’s biggest killer' among the elderly  Express
  3. Brush with dementia, aging an eye-opening experience  StCatharinesStandard.ca
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  1. Children who struggle to concentrate at school go on to earn 'thousands less a year'  Daily Mail
  2. Inattentive children will earn less money at 35  Medical Xpress
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  1. Nail polish remover, hair products send thousands of kids to ER  New York Post
  2. Cosmetics, personal care items send kids to hospital every few hours  WECT
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  1. Hepatitis C Antiviral Treatment Linked to Parkinson's  Medscape
  2. Early brain 'signs of Parkinson's' found  BBC News
  3. Parkinson's disease 'could be detected early on by brain changes'  The Guardian
  4. Study reveals roots of Parkinson's in the brain  Medical Xpress
  5. Serotonin Malfunctions May Be a Harbinger of Parkinson's  Psychology Today
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  1. Oklahoma cardiologist's breakthrough atrial fibrillation study could help millions  KOCO Oklahoma City
  2. Large study affirms link between onset of dementia and abnormal heart rhythm  New Atlas
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  1. Acute Hepatitis A outbreak declared for Clark County  KTNV Las Vegas
  2. Clark County officials declare hepatitis A outbreak  Las Vegas Review-Journal
  3. Officials warn of hepatitis A outbreak in Clark County  KTNV Channel 13 Las Vegas
  4. Health District declares acute hepatitis A outbreak in Clark County  KLAS-TV
  5. Hepatitis A outbreak reported by health officials in Clark County  FOX5 Las Vegas
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  1. Dogs Detecting Lung Cancer With 97% Accuracy May Spell the End of Expensive Screening Methods  Good News Network
  2. New study finds dogs are 97 percent accurate when sniffing out lung cancer - The Jakarta Post  Jakarta Post
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  1. “Dark Heart of the Human Genome” –Surprising Neanderthal Influence  The Daily Galaxy --Great Discoveries Channel
  2. Neanderthal and unknown human ancestor DNA found in the "dark heart" of chromosomes  New Atlas
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  1. US preschoolers less pudgy in latest sign of falling obesity  KSL.com
  2. Cut the fat: The obesity rate is dropping among US preschoolers, study shows  USA TODAY
  3. Study finds US preschoolers are less pudgy  The Boston Globe
  4. Obesity rates falling among U.S. preschoolers, study finds  NBC News
  5. Childhood obesity: New study suggests obesity rates declining for preschoolers who receive government food aid  CBS News
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  1. Want to Avoid Tick Bites This Summer? Here Are 5 Cheapest Tips You Should Know  The Epoch Times
  2. Working For You How to avoid ticks and the serious problems they bring Alyssa Donovan 6  WRTV Indianapolis
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  1. Is Coconut Oil As Ethical And Healthy As You Think?  Plant Based News
  2. Red vs. White Meat Study Sheds Light on One Key Factor for a Healthy Heart  Inverse
  3. Reality check: Is white meat as bad for your heart as red meat?  Global News
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Vitamin D may not help your heart  Medical Xpress

While previous research has suggested a link between low levels of vitamin D in the blood and an increased risk of cardiovascular disease, a new Michigan ...

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  1. Summer camps are requiring children get vaccinated amid measles fears  WJW FOX 8 News Cleveland
  2. Play Like a Kid, Party Like An Adult at Adult Summer Camp in NY  bigfrog104.com
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Flesh-Eating Bacteria Might Be Spreading as Oceans Warm, Researchers Say  The Weather Channel

Global warming could be fueling a spread of flesh-eating bacteria, scientists say. A study published this week in the journal Annals of Internal Medicine linked ...

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  1. Possible measles exposure investigated at hospital  Fauquier Now
  2. Health officials investigate potential measles exposure at Fauquier Hospital Emergency Department  Fauquier Times
  3. Health department warns of possible measles exposure at Fauquier hospital  Inside NoVA
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Nail polish remover, hair products send thousands of kids to ER, study finds  New York Post

About every two hours a child is taken to the emergency room for injuries related to cosmetic and beauty products kept inside the home.

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  1. Flesh-eating bacteria cases increase in New Jersey, Delaware beaches; here's why  PennLive
  2. Flesh-Eating Bacteria Spreads to East Coast Beaches, Infecting People Crabbing in Delaware Bay  PEOPLE.com
  3. Flesh-eating bacteria is spreading to South Jersey waters. Blame climate change, study says.  NJ.com
  4. Flesh-Eating Bacteria Might Be Spreading as Oceans Warm, Researchers Say  The Weather Channel
  5. Rise in flesh-eating bacteria could be result of climate change, experts warn  SILive.com
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  1. Clark County officials declare hepatitis A outbreak  Las Vegas Review-Journal
  2. South Carolina Hepatitis A outbreak reaches 5 restaurants  wpde.com
  3. Hepatitis A outbreak reported by health officials in Clark County  FOX5 Las Vegas
  4. Acute hepatitis A outbreak declared in Clark County  News3LV
  5. Health District declares acute hepatitis A outbreak in Clark County  KLAS-TV
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  1. Vitamin D doesn't confer any cardiovascular disease protection: JAMA  Specialty Medical Dialogues
  2. Vitamin D does NOT prevent heart disease, study finds  Daily Mail
  3. Vitamin D may not help your heart  Medical Xpress
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South Carolina Hepatitis A outbreak reaches 5 restaurants  wpde.com

SOUTH CAROLINA (AP) — Health officials trying to contain an outbreak of hepatitis A in South Carolina are warning customers of five restaurants that they might ...

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FDA warned of possible cancer-causing chemical in blood pressure pills  New York Post

A web-based pharmacy has notified the Food and Drug Administration that a chemical found in a common blood pressure medication may cause cancer.

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Newark Airport travelers may have been exposed to measles  New York Post

Travelers who passed through Newark Liberty International Airport in late May might have been exposed to measles, according to New Jersey health officials.

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