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Friday, January 19, 2018

5 flu-related deaths reported in St. Joseph Co.; pediatric deaths up nationwide

  1. 5 flu-related deaths reported in St. Joseph Co.; pediatric deaths up nationwide  WNDU-TV
  2. 'I Never Liked Holding Hands at Church Anyway:' As Flu Deaths Rise, Churches Change their Rules  CBN News
  3. Maine bishop suspends sharing of consecrated wine in response to severe flu season  Bangor Daily NewsFull coverage

Sperm-Slowing Male Birth Control Created From Poison

  1. Sperm-Slowing Male Birth Control Created From Poison  International Business Times
  2. Male contraceptive made from arrow poison shows promise, claims scientist  Independent Online
  3. Potential male birth control pill has deadly origins  New York Daily NewsFull coverage

Patient 'froze to death' in East of England Ambulance delays

  1. Patient 'froze to death' in East of England Ambulance delays  BBC News
  2. Man froze to death waiting for an ambulance, whistleblower claims  Norfolk Eastern Daily Press
  3. Medical director at East of England Ambulance Service Trust resigns  East Anglian Daily TimesFull coverage

Seminole County Public Schools sends flu notice to parents

  1. Seminole County Public Schools sends flu notice to parents  WKMG News 6 & ClickOrlando
  2. Hillsborough County schools sends home letter warning about flu outbreak  ABC Action News
  3. Hillsborough County Schools warns of flu activity in letter to parents  WTSP 10 NewsFull coverage

This flu season keeps getting deadlier, and a shutdown will make things worse

  1. This flu season keeps getting deadlier, and a shutdown will make things worse  Washington Post
  2. Flu widespread throughout the nation, 30 children dead  CNN
  3. Flu death count in California jumps  Los Angeles TimesFull coverage

How Bill Gates' daughter lives: Instagram posts showcase spectacular globe-trotting lifestyle

  1. How Bill Gates' daughter lives: Instagram posts showcase spectacular globe-trotting lifestyle  Fox News
  2. Bill Gates keeping promise to end polio will pay off country's debt  CMR
  3. Bill And Melinda Gates Agree To Pay Off Nigeria's $76 Million Polio Debts To Japan  BlavityFull coverage

Doctor delivers baby on international flight to New York

  1. Doctor delivers baby on international flight to New York  fox4kc.com
  2. Nigerian Gives Birth Inside Plane En-route To New York  SaharaReporters.com
  3. Mid-Air Birth On Air France Flight, Thanks To Doctor Co-Passenger  International Business Times
  4. Baby delivered on international flight  CBS News
  5. Baby Delivered On International Flight By Cleveland Clinic Doctor  Patch.comFull coverage

US flu season gets worse, has 'lot more steam' than expected

  1. US flu season gets worse, has 'lot more steam' than expected  ABC News
  2. How to make friends and survive flu season  Chicago TribuneFull coverage

Survival After Breast Cancer 'Unaffected by BRCA Status'

  1. Survival After Breast Cancer 'Unaffected by BRCA Status'  Medscape
  2. Two Common Gene Mutations Boost Breast Cancer Risk, Scientists Find  Medical Daily
  3. Angelina Jolie gene testing for all?  BBC NewsFull coverage

Flu Levels Rising In Florida; No Outbreaks Reported In Schools

  1. Flu Levels Rising In Florida; No Outbreaks Reported In Schools  Patch.com
  2. Thinned by flu-like symptoms, Arkansas school district cancels classes  Arkansas Online
  3. Flu season spikes early in Douglas County  NRToday.comFull coverage

Texas boy battles brain infection doctors say was caused by flu

  1. Texas boy battles brain infection doctors say was caused by flu  My Fox Boston
  2. 8-Year-Old Boy Gets Brain Infection From Flu in Texas  NBC Bay AreaFull coverage

This blood test may be able to detect 8 types of cancer, study says

  1. This blood test may be able to detect 8 types of cancer, study says  CNN
  2. Excitement as early blood test for 8 types of cancer advances  CBS News
  3. 'One-stop' blood test for cancer shows early promise  Chicago Tribune
  4. Liquid Biopsy: Using Tumor DNA in Blood to Aid Cancer Care - National Cancer Institute  National Cancer Institute
  5. Cancer blood test 'enormously exciting'  BBC NewsFull coverage

Sushi lover pulled 5-foot tapeworm from intestines

  1. Sushi lover pulled 5-foot tapeworm from intestines  CBS News
  2. Sushi Lover Pulls 5-Foot Tapeworm From His Own Body  CBS Local
  3. Surprise! California Man Finds Huge Tapeworm in His Gut  Live Science
  4. 6 - PARASITES — This Won't Hurt A Bit  This Won't Hurt A Bit
  5. Fresno man with ravenous appetite for sushi makes a gruesome discovery in the bathroom  KFSN-TVFull coverage

Experts Are Pushing Hard to Redefine What It Means to Be Legally Drunk

  1. Experts Are Pushing Hard to Redefine What It Means to Be Legally Drunk  Gizmodo
  2. Science panel backs lowering drunken-driving threshold to reduce impaired-driving deaths  WLS-TV
  3. Science panel backs lower drunken driving threshold  Atlanta Journal ConstitutionFull coverage

Just Breathing May Be Enough to Spread the Flu, Study Says

  1. Just Breathing May Be Enough to Spread the Flu, Study Says  TIME
  2. Severe Flu Cases Just Keep Rising: CDC  HealthDay
  3. The flu may be spread just by breathing, a new study says  Pittsburgh Post-GazetteFull coverage

A weekend lie-in could help you live longer, study shows

  1. A weekend lie-in could help you live longer, study shows  Netdoctor
  2. Lying around in bed all weekend might actually be good for you  New York Daily News
  3. Why you should have a lie in on the weekends  MetroFull coverage

Bill Gates' net worth and what Microsoft founder is doing with his billions

  1. Bill Gates' net worth and what Microsoft founder is doing with his billions  Mirror.co.uk
  2. Bill Gates keeping promise to end polio will pay off country's debt  CMR
  3. Bill And Melinda Gates Agree To Pay Off Nigeria's $76 Million Polio Debts To Japan  BlavityFull coverage

A Toxic Plant Might Help Us Find a Legit Male Birth Control Drug

  1. A Toxic Plant Might Help Us Find a Legit Male Birth Control Drug  Gizmodo
  2. Potential male birth control pill has deadly origins  New York Daily News
  3. Kenya: African Arrow Poison Could Become Male Contraceptive  AllAfrica.comFull coverage

Hot Yoga Is No Better Than Normal Yoga For Your Heart

  1. Hot Yoga Is No Better Than Normal Yoga For Your Heart  Newsweek
  2. 'Hot' Yoga Is No Better for Your Heart: Study  HealthDay
  3. Is Bikram Yoga Good For You? It Might Not Make As Much Of A Difference As We Thought, According To A New Study  Bustle
  4. New Study Finds Bikram Yoga Poses Potential Threat of Causing Heat-Related Illness - YogaDork  YogaDorkFull coverage

Dr. Mathilde Krim, Dead at 91, Took Up the Fight Against AIDS When Few Cared

  1. Dr. Mathilde Krim, Dead at 91, Took Up the Fight Against AIDS When Few Cared  Slate Magazine
  2. Remembering Mathilde Krim: Six things to know about pioneering HIV/AIDS researcher and activist  Times Now
  3. AIDS activist Mathilde Krim saved my life  STATFull coverage

8 flu deaths reported in Tarrant County, but the number of cases could be dropping

  1. 8 flu deaths reported in Tarrant County, but the number of cases could be dropping  Fort Worth Star Telegram
  2. Forbes: Flu deaths highlight importance of Iowa Department of Public Health  DesMoinesRegister.com
  3. Denton County reports third influenza-associated death  Star Local Media
  4. Data glitch leaves Arizona without public health tool that tracks deaths  AZCentral.comFull coverage

Tyme Inc. (TYME) Reports Positive Efficacy Data for SM-88 in Pancreatic Cancer

  1. Tyme Inc. (TYME) Reports Positive Efficacy Data for SM-88 in Pancreatic Cancer  StreetInsider.com
  2. Let's Win and Partners Present Poster and Abstract at Gastrointestinal Cancer Symposium  PR Newswire (press release)
  3. Tyme Tech's lead candidate shows positive effect in early-stage pancreatic cancer study; shares ahead 2%  Seeking AlphaFull coverage

Everything we know so far after suspected Alabama Rot cases hit Gloucestershire

  1. Everything we know so far after suspected Alabama Rot cases hit Gloucestershire  Gloucestershire Live
  2. Number of dogs killed by flesh-eating disease Alabama rot in UK DOUBLED last year  The SunFull coverage

Sushi lover's stomach-churning discovery: a 5-foot tapeworm living inside him

  1. Sushi lover's stomach-churning discovery: a 5-foot tapeworm living inside him  WQAD.com
  2. He was a big sushi fan. Then he pulled a 5-foot tapeworm from his body  Charlotte Observer
  3. Women's March anniversary this weekend  KCCI Des Moines
  4. Sushi lover pulled 5-foot tapeworm from stomach  Week FactsFull coverage

Scientists Seek Universal Flu Shot 100 Years After Deadly Pandemic

  1. Scientists Seek Universal Flu Shot 100 Years After Deadly Pandemic  TIME
  2. The History of the Flu Shot and Some Common Misconceptions  Fortune
  3. Flu Deaths Top 21 As Outbreak Remains 'Widespread'  Hartford Courant
  4. We're underfunding research on vaccines that may be able to prevent another terrible flu season  Los Angeles TimesFull coverage

New concerns for youth sports: Repeated hits may cause dangerous brain disease

  1. New concerns for youth sports: Repeated hits may cause dangerous brain disease  WLS-TV
  2. New study: Concussions 'irrelevant' for triggering CTE  Bangor Daily News
  3. Concussion Not Needed to Trigger CTE in Brain  WebMD
  4. BU-Led Study: CTE May Occur without Concussions  BU Today
  5. Kalter: BU study finds link between mild head hits and CTE  Boston HeraldFull coverage

Flu outbreak: role of simple breathing far greater in spreading virus than previously thought

  1. Flu outbreak: role of simple breathing far greater in spreading virus than previously thought  Telegraph.co.uk
  2. Flu may be spread just by breathing, new study says  The Keene Sentinel
  3. Flu Can Be Transmitted By Just Breathing, New Study Says  HuffPost CanadaFull coverage

Sleeping in at the weekend might actually be good for you, according to a new study

  1. Sleeping in at the weekend might actually be good for you, according to a new study  Business Insider
  2. A weekend lie-in could help you live longer, study shows  Netdoctor
  3. Lying around in bed all weekend might actually be good for you  New York Daily NewsFull coverage

Music, Science, PARP And The Meaning Of A New Drug For Metastatic Breast Cancer With BRCA Mutations

  1. Music, Science, PARP And The Meaning Of A New Drug For Metastatic Breast Cancer With BRCA Mutations  Forbes
  2. Angelina Jolie gene testing for all?  BBC News
  3. Researchers find link between breast cancer and two gene mutations  EurekAlert (press release)Full coverage

8-year-old Alabama girl dies from flu

  1. 8-year-old Alabama girl dies from flu  KTRK-TV
  2. 8-year-old girl dies from the flu in Alabama  ABC Action News
  3. Alabama third-grader dies from flu  WZVN-TVFull coverage

Young women using ADHD medicine up 700 percent over 8 years, CDC report finds

  1. Young women using ADHD medicine up 700 percent over 8 years, CDC report finds  ABC News
  2. News from other sources  ModernHealthcare.com
  3. Dramatic increase in ADHD prescriptions filled by reproductive-age women  Pharmacy Today, American Pharmacists Association, pharmacist.comFull coverage

Reporting Glitch Leaves Arizona Without Federal Health Data

  1. Reporting Glitch Leaves Arizona Without Federal Health Data  U.S. News & World Report
  2. How to prioritize exercise, healthy eating goals in 2018  Medical Xpress
  3. Clinician Counseling for Exercise Increased Among Adults With Arthritis Between 2002 and 2014  Rheumatology AdvisorFull coverage

'Hot' Yoga Is No Better for Your Heart: Study

  1. 'Hot' Yoga Is No Better for Your Heart: Study  HealthDay
  2. Bikram Yoga In Hot Room No Better Than At Ordinary Temperatures: Study  International Business Times
  3. Hot yoga's high temperature may not have any health benefits  New Scientist
  4. New Study Finds Bikram Yoga Poses Potential Threat of Causing Heat-Related Illness - YogaDork  YogaDork
  5. The health benefits of yoga  WebMD.Boots.comFull coverage

Maine bishop suspends sharing of consecrated wine in response to severe flu season

  1. Maine bishop suspends sharing of consecrated wine in response to severe flu season  Bangor Daily News
  2. 'I Never Liked Holding Hands at Church Anyway:' As Flu Deaths Rise, Churches Change their Rules  CBN News
  3. Maine churches take flu precautions, urge worshippers to take hands-off approach  Lewiston Sun JournalFull coverage

Male contraceptive made from arrow poison shows promise, claims scientist

  1. Male contraceptive made from arrow poison shows promise, claims scientist  Independent Online
  2. Kenya: African Arrow Poison Could Become Male Contraceptive  AllAfrica.com
  3. Potential male birth control pill has deadly origins  New York Daily NewsFull coverage

Tyme Tech's lead candidate shows positive effect in early-stage pancreatic cancer study; shares ahead 2%

  1. Tyme Tech's lead candidate shows positive effect in early-stage pancreatic cancer study; shares ahead 2%  Seeking Alpha
  2. Let's Win and Partners Present Poster and Abstract at Gastrointestinal Cancer Symposium  PR Newswire (press release)
  3. Study to test new precision medicine approach for metastatic pancreatic cancer  Brinkwire (press release)Full coverage

Sushi lover's stomach-churning discovery: a 5-foot tapeworm living inside him

  1. Sushi lover's stomach-churning discovery: a 5-foot tapeworm living inside him  fox2now.com
  2. Man with ravenous appetite for sushi discovers tapeworm nearly 6 ft long  WLS-TV
  3. He was a big sushi fan. Then he pulled a 5-foot tapeworm from his body  Charlotte ObserverFull coverage

Doctor delivers baby on international flight to New York

  1. Doctor delivers baby on international flight to New York  kfor.com
  2. Off-duty doctor delivers baby on plane when woman goes into labour early  The Independent
  3. Baby Delivered During Flight From Paris To New York  Tech Times
  4. Baby delivered on international flight  CBS News
  5. Mid-Air Birth On Air France Flight, Thanks To Doctor Co-Passenger  International Business TimesFull coverage

Birth Control Pills May Help Prevent Some Cancers

  1. Birth Control Pills May Help Prevent Some Cancers  TIME
  2. Angelina Jolie gene testing for all?  BBC News
  3. The Pill Lowers Ovarian Cancer Risk, Even for Smokers  Philly.comFull coverage

Hillsborough school district warns parents about rapid spread of flu

  1. Hillsborough school district warns parents about rapid spread of flu  WFLA
  2. Hillsborough County Schools warns of flu activity in letter to parents  WTSP 10 News
  3. Hillsborough County schools sends home letter warning about flu outbreak  ABC Action NewsFull coverage

How First Responders Fight the Flu

  1. How First Responders Fight the Flu  NBC 5 Dallas-Fort Worth
  2. Forbes: Flu deaths highlight importance of Iowa Department of Public Health  DesMoinesRegister.com
  3. 2 More Deaths in North Dakota Attributed to Flu  U.S. News & World Report
  4. Data glitch leaves Arizona without public health tool that tracks deaths  AZCentral.comFull coverage

New technology tells you when you're going to DIE – and it's 90% accurate

  1. New technology tells you when you're going to DIE – and it's 90% accurate  Daily Star
  2. Curious about when you'll die? This new AI might have the answer for you  International Business Times, India Edition
  3. This algorithm can figure out when you will die  LaddersFull coverage

Science panel backs lower drunken driving threshold

  1. Science panel backs lower drunken driving threshold  Atlanta Journal Constitution
  2. Report recommends states curb alcohol availability  10,000 Couples
  3. Healthcast : A Report on the Legal Blood Alcohol Limit for Driving  Alive For FootballFull coverage

Kenya: African Arrow Poison Could Become Male Contraceptive

  1. Kenya: African Arrow Poison Could Become Male Contraceptive  AllAfrica.com
  2. Male Birth Control Pills Could Be Possible, Thanks To A Deadly Plant Extract  The Inquisitr
  3. Potential male birth control pill has deadly origins  New York Daily NewsFull coverage

Meat, Soda, Donuts May Up Odds for Colon Cancer

  1. Meat, Soda, Donuts May Up Odds for Colon Cancer  WebMD
  2. Proinflammatory diet linked to increased colorectal cancer risk  Medical Xpress
  3. Colon cancer: Could proinflammatory diets raise risk?  Medical News TodayFull coverage

Would-be parents moving house to get free IVF on NHS

  1. Would-be parents moving house to get free IVF on NHS  The Guardian
  2. Forty Years Since First Live Birth From IVF  North County Leader Newspaper
  3. Global In Vitro Fertilization (IVF) Services Market is Expected to Reach $19.676 Million by 2023 - Allied Market Research  PR Newswire (press release)Full coverage

Did Trump Fudge The Figures From His Medical Exam To Avoid The 'Obese' BMI Category?

  1. Did Trump Fudge The Figures From His Medical Exam To Avoid The 'Obese' BMI Category?  The Debrief
  2. No matter what Trump's doctor says, we should all know our waist circumference  MinnPost
  3. Why Are You Not Losing Weight? Latest Research Findings  Reports Healthcare
  4. Is President Trump Obese?  Delish.com
  5. Stop obsessing over Trump's height and weight: Body mass index is a very limited tool anyway  New York Daily NewsFull coverage

January recognized as Cervical Cancer Screening and Awareness Month

  1. January recognized as Cervical Cancer Screening and Awareness Month  Greensburg Daily News
  2. Gordon Hospital recognizes Cervical Health Awareness Month  Calhoun Times
  3. KAHC encourages annual screenings this month  Public Affairs Office of Headquarters, US Army Combined Arms Support Command and Fort Lee (press release) (blog)
  4. No cure in this prevention policy: Why we need the cervical cancer vaccine  India TodayFull coverage

Excitement as early blood test for 8 types of cancer advances

  1. Excitement as early blood test for 8 types of cancer advances  CBS News
  2. Cancer blood test 'enormously exciting'  BBC News
  3. Johns Hopkins-Led Team Develops Blood Test to Detect Multiple Early-Stage Cancers  GenomeWeb
  4. Liquid Biopsy: Using Tumor DNA in Blood to Aid Cancer Care - National Cancer Institute  National Cancer Institute
  5. New cancer test promises hope  The AustralianFull coverage

'Adolescence now lasts from 10 to 24'

  1. 'Adolescence now lasts from 10 to 24'  BBC News
  2. Scientists prolong adolescent years to 24 years old, report says  Fox News
  3. Millennials are stuck in adolescence until the age of 24, experts reveal  International Business Times UKFull coverage

Dr. Samadi: The 10 prostate cancer risk factors men need to know

  1. Dr. Samadi: The 10 prostate cancer risk factors men need to know  New York Daily News
  2. Brachytherapy Market – Global Industry Insights, Trends, Outlook, and Opportunity Analysis, 2017–2025  Coherent News (press release) (blog)Full coverage

2 More Deaths in North Dakota Attributed to Flu

  1. 2 More Deaths in North Dakota Attributed to Flu  U.S. News & World Report
  2. Forbes: Flu deaths highlight importance of Iowa Department of Public Health  DesMoinesRegister.com
  3. Oakland County Health Division urges residents to get flu vaccine  The Oakland Press
  4. Data glitch leaves Arizona without public health tool that tracks deaths  AZCentral.comFull coverage

Cannabis users 'likely to feel alienated and deceived'

  1. Cannabis users 'likely to feel alienated and deceived'  Metro
  2. Cannabis: Brain alterations may explain feelings of alienation  InfosurhoyFull coverage

Proinflammatory diet linked to increased colorectal cancer risk

  1. Proinflammatory diet linked to increased colorectal cancer risk  Medical Xpress
  2. Colon cancer: Could proinflammatory diets raise risk?  Medical News Today
  3. These foods may up your odds for colon cancer  UPI.comFull coverage

SA study reveals important link between genes and Aids

  1. SA study reveals important link between genes and Aids  Times LIVE
  2. The end of AIDS in Africa?  American Council on Science and HealthFull coverage

Zambia says new cases dropping in deadly cholera outbreak

  1. Zambia says new cases dropping in deadly cholera outbreak  New Jersey Herald
  2. Zambia's cholera outbreak: a grim reminder that corruption kills  Zambian Watchdog
  3. Cholera outbreak drops in Zambia  The Maravi PostFull coverage

Sushi lover's stomach-churning discovery: a 5-foot tapeworm living inside him

  1. Sushi lover's stomach-churning discovery: a 5-foot tapeworm living inside him  FOX 61
  2. Five-foot long tapeworm came 'wiggling out' of man's body after he ate sushi  Fox News
  3. Fresno man with ravenous appetite for sushi makes a gruesome discovery  WABC-TVFull coverage

Third-grader dies of flu in Alabama days after governor declared a State of Emergency to control the virus

  1. Third-grader dies of flu in Alabama days after governor declared a State of Emergency to control the virus  Daily Mail
  2. Alabama third-grader dies from flu  Alabama's News Leader
  3. Montgomery County third-grader died from flu complications  whnt.com
  4. First Pediatric Flu Death in Alabama: Pike Road Girl  Alabama News Network (press release)Full coverage

Male Birth Control Pills Could Be Possible, Thanks To A Deadly Plant Extract

  1. Male Birth Control Pills Could Be Possible, Thanks To A Deadly Plant Extract  The Inquisitr
  2. Kenya: African Arrow Poison Could Become Male Contraceptive  AllAfrica.com
  3. Potential male birth control pill has deadly origins  New York Daily NewsFull coverage

Bikram Yoga In Hot Room No Better Than At Ordinary Temperatures: Study

  1. Bikram Yoga In Hot Room No Better Than At Ordinary Temperatures: Study  International Business Times
  2. Don't sweat it: Bikram yoga is no more effective than yoga practiced at room temperature  Medical Xpress
  3. Hot Yoga Is No Better for You Than Regular Yoga, Study Says  TIMEFull coverage

Women run faster after taking newly developed supplement, study finds

  1. Women run faster after taking newly developed supplement, study finds  Medical Xpress
  2. Scientists develop magic supplement consuming which can make women run faster: Study  International Business Times, India EditionFull coverage

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