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  • Obese children doomed to an early death, doctors warnTelegraph
  • Groundbreaking medical marijuana case lets little girl go back to schoolCNN
  • Does Tamiflu Cause Hallucinations? 11-Year-Old Saw 'Portal To Hell' After Taking ItTech Times
  • Deadly flu season particularly rough on kids -- and won't peak anytime soonCBS News
  • New AI helps predict when hospital patients will dieNY Post
  • Companies are paying employees to stay healthyNY Post
  • The flu shot may be MORE effective now than everDaily Mail
  • Are you SURE you have the flu? Or is it just a common cold?Daily Mail
  • Flu widespread throughout the nation, 30 children deadCNN
  • Anti-smoking plan may kill cigarettes — and save Big TobaccoSTAT NEWS
  • Stress May Be Making You Sick, Especially If You've Got AllergiesStudy Finds
  • What It's Like to Live Where the Air Is ToxicNational Geographic
  • 'Promising' blood test detects eight different kinds of cancer before they spreadTelegraph
  • Hot yoga no healthier than traditional formTelegraph
  • Flu may be spread just by breathing, new study saysSan Jose Mercury
  • High-Fat Diet May Fuel Spread of Prostate CancerNew York Times
  • Obesity slowing life span gains in United StatesUPI
  • Drinking tea makes people more creative, says studyThe Sun
  • Flu stresses hospitals, shows we’re not ready for emergenciesNBC News
  • EPA eases path for new chemicals, raising fears of health hazardsNBC News
  • 7 things you shouldn’t touch if you want to avoid the fluNY Post
  • Sauna session may be as good for the heart as moderate exercise: StudyUPI
  • Amazon is hiring a health privacy expert for 'new initiative'CNBC
  • Eating muesli for breakfast could help ward off arthritisDaily Mail
  • 6-year-old girl hallucinates, tries to jump out window after taking TamifluDaily News
  • Stifling sneezes can be hazardous to your healthNY Post
  • A severe flu season is stretching hospitals thin. That is a very bad omenSTAT NEWS
  • 'Bleeding Eye Fever deadlier than the PLAGUE' kills four and infects dozensThe Sun
  • Surfers could be spreading antibiotic-resistant bacteriaRaw Story
  • French salmonella baby milk scandal 'affects 83 countries'BBC
  • Hospitals ban children as visitors to stop spread of deadly fluDaily Mail
  • You are more prone to heart disease if your family members are heart patientsTeCake
  • Love Matters: Unmarried Heart Patients Have Higher Risk Of DeathStudy Finds
  • Tequila is GOOD for your healthDaily Star
  • Opioid Addiction Knows No Color, but Its Treatment DoesNew York Times
  • Daily 30 minutes exercise can cut the risk of heart failureTeCake
  • Sleep yourself slim: how an extra 90 mins in bed can stop sugar cravingsTelegraph
  • Hospitals face critical shortage of IV bags after hurricane ruins Puerto Rico factoryGuardian
  • IV bag shortage has hospitals scrambling to treat fluABC News
  • Avoiding gluten can put you at greater risk of heart diseaseThe Independent
  • Walks, not pills: Clinic gives hope to patients with chronic painNBC News
  • Middle-aged 'can reverse heart risk'BBC
  • Care Suffers as More Nursing Homes Feed Money Into Corporate WebsNew York Times
  • ADHD drug tied to heart defects in babiesReuters
  • Why Nursing Is a Job of the Future for MenNew York Times
  • Cancer Deaths Fall to Lowest Rate in DecadesBloomberg
  • Drop in life expectancy an 'indictment of the American health care system'STAT NEWS
  • Food-safety expert warns latest bizarre Silicon Valley $60 'raw water' trend could quickly turn deadlyBusiness Insider
  • The Trump Administration's War on Science Agencies Threatens the Nation's Health and SafetyScientific American
  • Women who eat THREE portions of bacon a week at risk of breast cancerDaily Mail
  • These subtle cues are what make sick people look sickWashington Post
  • Man used spice turmeric to fight off blood cancerDaily Mail
  • Why the U.S. Spends So Much More Than Other Nations on Health CareNew York Times
  • Why you should NEVER defrost meat in the microwaveDaily Mail
  • Authorities Cracking Down on Opioid Peddling DoctorsTime
  • Vehicles are now America's biggest CO2 source but EPA is tearing up regulationsGuardian
  • A Diet Strategy That Counts Time, Not CaloriesWall Street Journal
  • When your medication costs more than your mortgageThe Hill
  • She was a triathlete in great shape, so why was she breathless, lightheaded and in pain?Washington Post
  • FDA chief: I'm surprised it took big tech this long to get into health careCNBC
  • Is humanity eating itself into an early grave?RT
  • Why you should avoid diet soda, takeout and these other unhealthy things in 2018Marketwatch
  • Why the middle-aged ‘dad bod’ could be deadly instead of sexyMarketwatch
  • Scientists have produced a new kind of bacon free of cancer-causing chemicalsMirror
  • Global warming's humidity could put lives in dangerUPI
  • Exercise Twice A Week To Sharpen Memory, Prevent DementiaStudy Finds
  • Air pollution at any level linked to greater risk for death of older peopleUPI
  • Study shows getting out of the house can lead to a longer lifeAXIOS
  • HOW CHANGING what you eat and drink could help you live longerMarketwatch
  • HAVING A DOG in early life reduces the chance a child will get asthma - but a cat raises the riskTelegraph
  • NURSING HOME sends patients back in time to fight dementiaSouth China
  • E-BIKES help you get in a workout - and a breezy commuteLA Times
  • HOW BIG TECH Is Going After Your Health CareNew York Times
  • Mysterious FLESH-EATING disease that can kill in hours spreads – infecting HUNDREDSDaily Star
  • WATER ONLY DIET is the most dangerous everDaily Mail
  • DRINKING ALCOHOL every day for a month: The FOUR damaging effects on YOUR bodyEXPRESS
  • OBESITY WARNING: Sodas fueling epidemic among children and adultsEXPRESS
  • HAPPY HOLIDAYS? Flu season is raging and family gatherings may make it worseSTAT NEWS
  • SLEEP DEPRIVATION is toxic and will eventually kill youUSA Today
  • CHILDREN WHO EAT FISH once a week sleep better and have higher IQsTelegraph
  • HIGH COSTS keeping life-saving drugs from many cancer patientsUPI
  • 2 TOMATOES A DAY may keep lung disease at bayAFP
  • PLAYING TOO MANY VIDEO GAMES is 'an illness': 'Gaming disorder'Daily Mail
  • EATING SALAD and leafy greens everyday could prevent dementiaThe Independent
  • EATING SALAD every day may keep your brain youngerDaily Mail
  • 'CHRISTMAS TREE SYNDROME: Doctors Issue Health Warning For Real Tree OwnersCBS News
  • MODEL WHO LOST HER LEG after using tampon for too long faces having other leg amputatedThe Independent
  • EIGHT IN 10 Americans Afflicted by StressGallup
  • WHY SITTING May Be Bad for Your HeartNew York Times
  • PREVENTING DEMENTIA: the promising, the disappointing and the inconclusiveLA Times
  • FDA TO CRACKDOWN On Risky Homeopathic RemediesNPR
  • HEALTH TREATMENT for blacks often different than whites at end of lifeCNBC
  • WAR ON SUGAR The energy drinks that contain up to 16 TEASPOONS of sugarThe Sun
  • HOUSING NEXT TO FREEWAYS is a health riskLA Times
  • EATING TOO MUCH SUGAR can hurt your health, and for some it's actually addictiveWashington Post
  • DOCTORS SHOULDN'T FEAR giving patients with long-term medical conditions hopeTelegraph
  • FAST FOOD ADS Have Dramatic Affect On Children's Fast-Food ConsumptionStudy Finds
  • WiFi AND MOBILE PHONES could increase risk of miscarriageMirror
  • YOUNG CHILDREN exposed to air pollution are more at risk of asthmaDaily Mail
  • THE OBSESSIVE TAKING OF SELFIES is a genuine mental disorderDaily Mail
  • MONTHS AFTER APPROVAL, Breakthrough Cancer Drug Given to Just Five PatientsBloomberg
  • DON'T EAT THE RAW DOUGH from your Christmas cookies, FDA warnsABC News
  • HOW HEALTHY IS YOUR STATE? The disparities are starkSTAT NEWS
  • DANGERS OF VEGAN DIET: Plant-based diets can crush energy and skinDaily Mail
  • FLU HITS MEN HARDER than womenUPI
  • BEING STUBBORN and having a good work ethic could help you live longerThe Independent
  • INCREDIBLE VIDEO shows a man who overdosed on heroin being revived by the life-saving drug naxoloneDaily Mail
  • ALMOST A THIRD OF AMERICANS Postpone Medical Treatment Because of the ExpenseFree Beacon
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