1. Mum claims her baby was scarred for life after being slashed in the face with a scalpel during C-section  The Sun
  2. Mum fears baby was slashed in the face with scalpel during Caesarian  Metro.co.uk
  3. Mum says baby is scarred for life after being 'slashed in face during C-section'  Mirror Online
  4. Mum fears baby scarred for life after she was 'slashed in the face with a scalpel' during C-section  Daily Mail
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Johnson urges social media firms to block anti-vaccine messages  The Guardian

Boris Johnson will call on social media companies to do more to stop anti-vaccination messages spreading online as he visits a hospital in the south-west of ...

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  1. Remove Your Dentures Before Undergoing Surgery  Star2.com
  2. Caution: Remove False Teeth Before Surgery  New Vision
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  1. Patients waiting for hip operations suffering 'pain worse than death'  The Telegraph
  2. 20% of patients waiting for a hip replacement are suffering pain 'worse than DEATH'  Daily Mail
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  1. Heavy smog as bad as pack-a-day smoking for lungs  Health24
  2. Breathing Polluted Air is Like Smoking a Pack a Day  EcoWatch
  3. Exposure to polluted air is like smoking a pack a day, study says  KSL.com
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  1. Scientists discover pain-sensing organ in skin  BreakingNews.ie
  2. Scientists discover new pain-sensing organ  The Guardian
  3. Newly discovered organ may be lurking under your skin  National Geographic
  4. Scientists Say They've Found a New Organ in Skin That Processes Pain  Gizmodo
  5. New pain organ discovered in the skin  Medical Xpress
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  1. How tight blood pressure control could help save ageing brains  Health24
  2. There's a link between dementia risk and blood pressure  Futurity: Research News
  3. Tighter blood pressure control could improve brain health finds study  News-Medical.net
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  1. Video: Mosquitoes trapped in Hartford test positive for West Nile Virus  WFSB 3
  2. West Nile virus now detected in La Verne and Pomona  Inland Valley Daily Bulletin
  3. New West Nile virus research  KTNV Channel 13 Las Vegas
  4. Mosquitoes trapped in Hartford test positive for West Nile Virus  WFSB
  5. Chatham Co. West Nile virus activity continues to surge  WTOC
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  1. I ignored signs of a brain tumour for a decade thinking my four kids were just tiring me out  The Sun
  2. Mum's brain tumour undetected for 10 years as she thought she was tired  Metro.co.uk
  3. Mother who put her fatigue down to the stress of raising children is diagnosed with a brain tumour  Daily Mail
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  1. Cyborg organoids with built-in sensors will watch our brains grow  Siliconrepublic.com
  2. Harvard team grows cyborg mini-organs out of stem cells  New Atlas
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Nigeria: Eid-El-Kabir - NACA Urges Love for People Infected With HIV/Aids  AllAfrica.com

The National Agency for the Control of AIDS (NACA) has enjoined Nigerians to reflect on the significance of the Eid-el-Kabir celebration to show love to people ...

  1. Confirmed dengue death toll rises to 40 this year in Bangladesh - Xinhua | English.news.cn  Xinhua
  2. 2,093 dengue patients hospitalised across country in 24hrs  The Daily Star
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  1. Too much coffee could trigger migraines - The Jakarta Post  Jakarta Post
  2. Drinking This Much Coffee May Trigger Migraines  Live Science
  3. Scientists Find How Much Coffee Is Too Much for Migraine Sufferers  Gizmodo
  4. How many caffeinated drinks does it take to trigger migraine?  Medical News Today
  5. Study Finds 3 Cups of Coffee May Trigger Migraine  Healthline
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  1. West Nile virus cases rose in the US in 2018, killing 167 people  KoamNewsNow.com
  2. West Nile infection count rises to 16 in Las Vegas Valley  KTNV Channel 13 Las Vegas
  3. Two more deaths from West Nile Virus | News  www.ekathimerini.com
  4. Health district reports 4 more cases of West Nile; total now 16  FOX5 Las Vegas
  5. Health officials issue mosquito-borne illness advisory  WPBF West Palm Beach
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  1. Let fat people die to save NHS money, says Michael Buerk  The Times
  2. Michael Buerk suggests NHS could save money by letting obese people die early  Daily Mail
  3. Michael Buerk: 'They thought I was dying' BBC newsreader opens up on shock health change  Express
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  1. Why you're exercising but not losing weight  The Times
  2. Weight loss: The best swimming stroke which can help you lose weight quickly!  Times of India
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  1. Vero Beach restaurant sees 75 percent  WPTV News | West Palm Beach Florida
  2. Vero Beach restaurant sees 75 percent drop in business following hepatitis A case  WPTV.com
  3. Vero Beach restaurant worker tests positive for hepatitis A  NBC2 News
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  1. LinkedIn Data Helps to Create the First-Ever Global Map of Labor Flow  Datanami
  2. Scientists Create Global Map of Labor Flow | Sociology  Sci-News.com
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  1. Scientists engineer a blinking human eye replica on a dime-sized chip  CNET
  2. Blinking eye-on-a-chip used for disease modeling and drug testing  Medical Xpress
  3. Scientists develop eye-on-a-chip to improve treatment of diseases  Boing Boing
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  1. Epidemiology Unit, Ministry of Health: Dengue Update, 5 August 2019 - Sri Lanka  ReliefWeb
  2. Over 200,000 dengue cases in Sri Lanka, 47 deaths  adaderana.lk
  3. More than 200,000 infected with dengue in Sri Lanka  Gulf News
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  1. Man diagnosed with incurable cancer after thinking it was ingrown hair  Daily Mail
  2. I thought I had an ingrown hair – it turned out to be incurable cancer  The Sun
  3. Student's 'ingrown hair' was actually a sign of rare cancer  Metro.co.uk
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Philadelphia declares a public health emergency after surge of Hepatitis A  CNN

Philadelphia Department of Health has declared a public health emergency in response to 154 confirmed cases of Hepatitis A between January 1 and August 1.

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  1. Blood Test Detects Early Stage Alzheimer's With 94 Percent Accuracy, Surpassing The Current Gold Standard  IFLScience
  2. The simple Alzheimer’s blood test that can detect the disease before symptoms arise  Chronicle Live
  3. Alzheimer’s blood test could predict onset up to 20 years in advance  The Guardian
  4. Alzheimer's blood test 'one step closer'  BBC News
  5. 'New wave of Alzheimer's research' looks to the liver for clues  Medical News Today
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  1. Precautionary measures urged over West Nile virus | News  www.ekathimerini.com
  2. How to keep mosquitoes away this summer  WCPO.com | 9 On Your Side
  3. Greece Records Two Deaths from West Nile Virus  Greek Reporter
  4. Valley residents discuss life after contracting West Nile virus  ABC15 Arizona
  5. Health District reports 3 more cases of West Nile virus, bringing total to 11  FOX5 Las Vegas
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Update on Wake Forest pool closing over crypto fears  CBS 17

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  1. This keto-friendly crust is low carb  KCTV5 News
  2. Best weight loss: Man lost seven stone on the keto diet - how does it work?  Express
  3. The Keto Diet Made Easy!  TODAY’S TMJ4
  4. Indian Cooking Tips: How To Make Keto-Friendly Masala Omelette Frittata At Home (Recipe Video)  NDTV
  5. Weight Loss: Nutritionist Arpit Sharma REVEALS common mistakes people make when on Keto diet  PINKVILLA
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  1. Hepatitis A Pizza shop worker diagnosed with Hepatitis A in Indian River County  WPEC
  2. Pizza restaurant worker in Vero Beach tests positive for hepatitis A, health officials say  WPTV News | West Palm Beach Florida
  3. Vero Beach food worker infected with hepatitis A  WPBF West Palm Beach
  4. Hepatitis A confirmed in Pizza Mia employee; Indian River County officially in outbreak  TCPalm
  5. Pizza shop worker in Vero Beach tests positive for hepatitis A  WPTV.com
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Florida declares Hepatitis A public health emergency  10News WTSP

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  1. Former Ebola patients speak out on new outbreak  Associated Press
  2. Ebola survivors revisit Emory doctors who helped save their lives  11Alive
  3. Five years later, Emory unit remains prepared for Ebola patients  Atlanta Journal Constitution
  4. Emory doctors reunite with Ebola patients 5 years after treatment  WSB Atlanta
  5. Former Ebola Patients to Mark 5 Years Since Treatment in US  NBC Bay Area
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  1. Extra weight in 60s may be linked to brain aging: Study  Business Standard
  2. Are you 60 and still piling on kilos? Your brain may age faster  TheHealthSite
  3. Extra weight in 60s may be linked to brain aging  Hindustan Times
  4. Could obesity accelerate the brain's ageing process?  Health24
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Diabetic moms 5 times more likely to give birth to stillborn babies, study warns  IOL

Women with type-2 diabetes have nearly a five-fold increased risk of suffering the heartbreak of a stillbirth.

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  1. Mosquitos Are Spreading a Rare, Brain-Infecting Virus in Florida  Gizmodo
  2. Deadly mosquito-borne virus that causes brain swelling detected in Florida  NBC4i.com
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