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  • Belly fat linked to lower levels of vitamin DUPI
  • Regular exercise 'keeps arteries youthful'BBC
  • Removing shoes when entering the house could help people stay slim, scientists claimTelegraph
  • Dozens Of Studies Confirm Too Much Screen Time Especially Damaging To A Child’s SleepStudy Finds
  • Pools, hot tubs can harbor dangerous germsUPI
  • Bill Gates says a pandemic flu could kill 30 million people — these are the deadly diseases that scare experts the mostBusiness Insider
  • An experimental cancer treatment cured this dog. Could it work for people?Boston Globe
  • Skipping Breakfast Regularly Could Lead To Hardening Of ArteriesStudy Finds
  • Common cold cure on horizon after new drug successfully kills multiple strains of the virusTelegraph
  • Researchers fear deadly new pig virus could spread to humansTelegraph
  • Breathing polluted air during pregnancy tied to health risk for kidsCBS News
  • Depression rates among youth in U.S. higher than everUPI
  • After-school programs a blessing for kids with ADHDUPI
  • WHO officials fear latest Ebola outbreak in Congo could spread to big citiesSTAT NEWS
  • Romaine lettuce E. coli outbreak spreadsCNN
  • Toxic caterpillars that cause fatal asthma attacks are spreadingTelegraph
  • Air pollution, cold may post threat to women's heart health: StudyUPI
  • A Woman Thought Her Nose Was Running From Allergies, Then She Learned She Was Leaking Brain FluidInquisitr
  • Baldness cure could be found in an osteoporosis drug, study findsCNBC
  • There's a shortage of U.S. EpiPens and other allergic reaction treatmentsMarketwatch
  • Embrace Mediterranean or Nordic diets to cut disease, WHO saysGuardian
  • Many teens switch from hi-cal sodas to hi-cal sports drinksUPI
  • Even mild concussion tied to greater dementia risk laterUPI
  • How Chocolate May Actually Help Combat DiabetesStudy Finds
  • FDA requiring restaurants to post calorie countsUPI
  • How many calories are in that pizza? Chain restaurants now have to tell you.Washington Post
  • Cousin of HIV is 'off the charts' in Australia, doctor warnsCNN
  • Lyme Disease Is On The Rise Again. Here's How To Prevent ItNPR
  • You don't need to use sunscreen above SPF 30 — but there's another rating you should be looking atBusiness Insider
  • Saturated fat should be maximum 10 percent of diet, WHO saysUPI
  • Women With Breast Cancer Delay Care When Faced With High DeductiblesNew York Times
  • Sex a key part of life for people over 65, study saysGuardian
  • Mobile phone cancer warning as malignant brain tumors doubleTelegraph
  • Cases of tick- and mosquito-borne diseases more than triple since 2004: CDCCNBC
  • Artificial intelligence is helping to transform the way elderly people are cared for CNBC
  • America's huge success in cutting smog at risk of being eroded, experts warnGuardian
  • Air Pollution Kills 7 Million People a Year, WHO ReportsBloomberg
  • Tick and Mosquito Infections Spreading Rapidly, C.D.C. FindsNew York Times
  • The uninsured rate is rising againAXIOS
  • Mindfulness could help to stave off dementia, research suggestsTelegraph
  • AI start-up is trying to build an Alexa for doctors in the USSouth China
  • The five habits that can add more than a decade to your life, HarvardGuardian
  • FDA finds weedkiller in array of foods, internal emails showGuardian
  • Want To Avoid Food Poisoning? An Expert Tells You What Not To Eat At RestaurantsInquisitr
  • Daily workouts - no matter how modest - generate new cells to drastically boost heart healthDaily Mail
  • Blue light that comes from smartphones may increase the risk of breast and prostate cancerDaily Mail
  • Third of early deaths could be prevented by everyone giving up meat, Harvard saysTelegraph
  • Chocolate you can eat for good health - the darker, the betterTelegraph
  • Autism may be more common than previously thought, CDC saysCBS News
  • Advil, Tylenol better for dental pain than prescription opioidsUPI
  • Heartburn drugs linked to pneumonia in older peopleUPI
  • Caffeine in pregnancy linked to childhood weight gainCNN
  • Hydration may be key to a beneficial workoutUPI
  • Hay fever significantly boosts risk of depression and other psychiatric disease, new study findsTelegraph
  • A doctor’s office that charges $150 a month and doesn’t take insurance just raised millions to make it the future of medicineBusiness Insider
  • New technique helps injured hearts regenerate via stem cellsUPI
  • Study: Heart patients who walk briskly hospitalized lessUPI
  • A Big Belly Bad for Your HeartABC News
  • The insanity of covering a $50,000 knee operation but not a relatively cheap injectionLA Times
  • The Rich Are Betting On Living to 100Bloomberg
  • Americans waste an astounding amount of food — and healthy eaters are the worstWUSA
  • Smartphone Addiction Increases Loneliness, Isolation, No Different From Substance Abuse, Experts SayStudy Finds
  • 'White coat hypertension' may be a sign of a serious problemNBC News
  • Four in 10 Americans live in areas with unhealthy air, report saysUPI
  • Exercise in, vitamin D out for preventing falls: U.S. panelUPI
  • Children Manage Stress, Anxiety Better by Doing Yoga At SchoolStudy Finds
  • House mice carry deadly antiobiotic-resistant diseases, scientists warnTelegraph
  • Flesh-eating ulcer spreading in Australia, and reasons remain a mysteryCNN
  • Lung Cancer Patients Live Longer With Immune TherapyNew York Times
  • 200 million eggs recalled over salmonella fearsUSA Today
  • More Than 200 Million Eggs Recalled Over Salmonella FearsFortune
  • Yoga can soothe anxious elementary school kidsUPI
  • Minimal air pollution can trigger lung conditions in kidsUPI
  • Philly's soda tax is working, study findsUPI
  • Drinking more than five glasses of wine a week could knock years off life, study suggestsTelegraph
  • Sitting at desk all day may damage brain and raise dementia risk, study suggestsTelegraph
  • Blood pressure control may hold off dementiaUPI
  • Night owls have higher mortality risk, study saysCNN
  • U.S. heart disease rates falling, but gains vary by stateUPI
  • Patients aged over 60 who lose weight 'should be tested for cancer'Telegraph
  • AI could help reduce the administrative costs of health careVenture Beat
  • An ambitious California bill would put the state in charge of controlling prices in the commercial healthcare marketLA Times
  • Pill preferred over exercise to combat high blood pressure riskTelegraph
  • Many People Taking Antidepressants Discover They Cannot QuitNew York Times
  • The Disappearing Doctor: How Mega-Mergers Are Changing the Business of Medical CareNew York Times
  • Google founder's ex-wife shames hospital into treating her friend after it demanded he pay a $1 MILLION deposit for treatmentDaily Mail
  • 'Reclassify cancers to improve treatment'BBC
  • Baby wet wipes 'cause food allergy', new study warnsTelegraph
  • Study: Nut, seed proteins more heart healthy than meatUPI
  • Major Sports Leagues Overwhelmingly Promote Unhealthy Food, Study FindsStudy Finds
  • Are you taking too many vitamins? Some supplements are linked to cancer, diarrhea and kidney stonesDaily Mail
  • Sugar taxes improve health of the poor, major study findsTelegraph
  • Eating pasta can help you lose weight, analysis findsUSA Today
  • Obesity can lead to liver damage by age 8: StudyUPI
  • Older Americans Are ‘Hooked’ on VitaminsNew York Times
  • 'Nightmare bacteria' are trying to spread in the U.S., CDC saysNBC News
  • Losing life savings in middle age increases risk of early death by 50 per centTelegraph
  • Pasta doesn't contribute to weight gain, research review saysUPI
  • Medical marijuana could help curb the obioid abuse epidemic, studies sayUPI
  • Gene mutation finding may lead to treatment for sickle cell, other blood disordersUPI
  • Why not all dark chocolate is healthyCNBC
  • Go ahead and drink your coffee, public health experts sayLA Times
  • Supporting winning sports teams boosts heart attack risk, study findsTelegraph
  • Why Thousands of Americans Are Risking It and Skipping Health InsuranceBloomberg
  • Apple's plan to put health records on your phone has huge implications for medicineCNBC
  • Many Restaurant Meals Come With a Side of Hormone-Disrupting PhthalatesGizmodo
  • Just two weeks of sedentary office working risks diabetes - new reportTelegraph
  • FDA targets salt consumption as part of healthy-eating agendaUPI
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