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  1. Air Pollution Linked to Psychiatric Illness  Medscape
  2. Here Is How You Can Fight Air Pollution  News18
  3. Air pollution linked to increase in bipolar disorder and depression  THE WEEK
  4. Bad air days are even deadlier than we thought  The Verge
  5. Dirty Air May Increase Your Risk for Depression and Bipolar Disorder  Gizmodo
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  1. Study Finds India Has The Most Unhealthy Packaged Food in The World  VICE
  2. Indian Packaged Food And Drinks Unhealthiest Among 12 Countries, Says New Survey!  NDTV Food
  3. Packaged food, drinks least healthy in India, followed by China, Chile: Oxford study  Moneycontrol.com
  4. Watch what you eat: Indian packaged food unhealthiest in the world, finds survey  The Indian Express
  5. Alarming reports show that Indian packaged foods are most unhealthy  Deccan Chronicle
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  1. Diabetes: Exercise Tips To Manage Blood Sugar Levels; Benefits Of Exercising For Diabetics  NDTV News
  2. Is turmeric the go-to spice for managing diabetes?  The Indian Express
  3. Type 2 diabetes warning: This popular activity could cause a rise in blood sugar levels  Express
  4. Diabetes Diet: How To Eat Apples To Manage Blood Sugar  NDTV
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  1. High Blood Pressure: Drink THESE Teas to lower your BP readings naturally  PINKVILLA
  2. High Blood Pressure Remedies: These Teas Can Lower Your Blood Pressure Numbers Naturally  NDTV News
  3. High blood pressure shrinks your brain, study finds  The Independent
  4. High BP, rising BP between ages 36-53 associated with smaller brain volume, white matter lesions in later years  Medical Xpress
  5. High blood pressure in mid-30s may pose risk to brain health  BBC News
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  1. Malaria No More India announces flagship campaign  BSI bureau
  2. This Is How Mosquitoes Find You And Decide To Bite You!  Mashable India
  3. How to Ensure Mosquito Free Surroundings? Tips & Hacks to Protect Yourself from Mosquito Bites  Krishi Jagran
  4. Zoomlion trains Vector Control Officers on World Mosquito Day  Myjoyonline.com
  5. Mosquitoes might be humanity’s greatest foe. Should we get rid of them?  Vox.com
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Sitting for over 9 hours a day may increase risk of early death: Study  The Hindu

However, the findings, published in the British Medical Journal, suggests that health may be optimised with just 24 minutes per day of brisk walking.

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Insulin resistance increases in people with family history of diabetes  The Hans India

Washington: The history of first-degree family members with diabetes is linked to increased bone mineral density (BMD) as well as to insulin resistance, ...

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  1. Vaping Damages Blood Vessels After Just One Use, New Study Says  EcoWatch
  2. Just one vaping session damages blood vessels, even if it’s nicotine-free  Times of India
  3. Trade body asks Centre to reconsider proposed e-cigarette ban, calls for regulation and standardisation  Firstpost
  4. Hell, even nicotine-free e-cigarettes can cause damage to your blood vessels  Hindustan Times
  5. Even nicotine-free vaping damages blood vessels: Study  ETHealthworld.com
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  1. Serious mental disorder in youth may have lasting impact on employment prospects: Study  Hindustan Times
  2. Study: Severe mental illness in youth has detrimental effect on future career  YLE News
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  1. Self-administered acupressure may help in lower back pain  ANI News
  2. Self-administered acupressure could help in Lower back pain  Specialty Medical Dialogues
  3. Lower back pain: This traditional technique could improve your symptoms reveals new study  Express
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  1. Antibiotics may increase risk of colon cancer: Study  Times Now
  2. Bowel cancer: A medication almost everyone has been prescribed could be the cause  Express
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  1. Vitamin D Deficiency: Weak Bones, Depression, Schizophrenia And Other Health Risks Involved  NDTV News
  2. Could a vitamin D deficiency in childhood affect behaviour in adolescence?  Malay Mail
  3. Low Vitamin D Levels In Kids May Lead To Aggressive Behaviour; Eat These 7 Vitamin D-Rich Foods  NDTV
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  1. Vehicle exhaust pollutants associated with common eye condition  TheHealthSite
  2. Yet Another Health Problem Linked to Air Pollution: Eye Disease  TIME
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Decrease in PTSD symptom may lower Type 2 diabetes risk: Study  Devdiscourse

Treatment for Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD) can lower the risk of developing Type 2 diabetes, suggests a study, published in the journal 'JAMA ...

  1. Myths about atypical heart attack symptoms for women squashed  The Asian Age
  2. Women's Heart Attack Symptoms Might Actually Be The Same As Men's, A Study Says, Busting This Major Myth  Bustle
  3. Women’s lives at risk as doctors miss ‘typical’ heart attack symptoms – know the signs  The Sun
  4. Women more likely to have 'typical' heart attack symptoms than men  Medical Xpress
  5. Myth-busting research reveals women who have heart attacks experience the SAME key symptoms as men  Daily Mail
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  1. Quit smoking to cut heart disease risk  The New Indian Express
  2. If You Quit Smoking, You Can See Health Benefits Within 5 Years  Healthline
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Olanzapine reduces relapse risk in psychotic depression patients: JAMA  Specialty Medical Dialogues

Continuing with sertraline plus olanzapine reduced the risk of relapse in patients with psychotic depression in remission as compared to treatment with sertraline ...

Lower levels of dietary vitamins, antioxidants associated with frailty among older adults  ANI News

Washington D.C. [USA], Aug 22 (ANI): Lower levels of specific dietary vitamins and antioxidants are linked to frailty among older adults, suggests a study.

  1. Type 2 diabetes: Best diet to lower blood sugar - what foods to eat  Express
  2. Diabetes diet plan: 5 food groups diabetics need to lower blood sugar, lose weight  Times Now
  3. Type-2 diabetes symptoms: Eating this food could reduce blood sugar levels  Daily Star
  4. Type 2 diabetes: Seven of the healthiest late night snacks to keep sugar levels healthy  Express
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Here’s why you should include tej patta or bay leaf in your diet  The Indian Express

Here's how bay leaves may help diabetes patients in regulating blood sugar levels.

  1. Scientific studies have now linked insomnia with a host of other ailments including heart disease,...  Firstpost
  2. Study links insomnia genes to heart disease, stroke risk  Medical News Today
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Novel swallowable balloon device to detect Barrett’s Esophagus cleared by FDA  Specialty Medical Dialogues

Researchers at Case Western Reserve University School of Medicine and University Hospitals Cleveland Medical Center developed a novel minimally invasive, ...

New optic nerve therapy to offer aid to blind  The Asian Age

Optic nerve stimulation to offer visual aid to blind: study.

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Vehicle exhaust pollutants may lead to common eye condition  ANI News

Washington D.C. [USA], Aug 21 (ANI): Long term exposure to pollutants from vehicle exhaust linked to a heightened risk of the common eye condition, ...

  1. Indian packaged foods least healthy globally: Survey  Down To Earth Magazine
  2. Everyone, Stay Off Indian Packaged Foods Because They're Officially The Unhealthiest In the World  Mashable India
  3. Indian packaged foods least healthy in world: survey  Livemint
  4. Packaged food, drinks in India unhealthiest among top nations: Survey  Times Now
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Intermittent Fasting: Is It A Healthy Way To Lose Weight? Find Out Here  NDTV News

Intermittent fasting has been considered to be an effective way to lose weight. It is a dietary practice which has been proven to be effective for weight loss, restore ...

Prescription for plant-based diet overlooks vitamin B12 deficiency  Down To Earth Magazine

While an EAT-Lancet study had found that the world must shift to plant-based diets to meet the SDGs, this vitamin is only found in animal meat and to a lesser ...

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  2. Study: Selfies are perceived far more negatively than ‘posies’  Big Think
  3. People who post lots of selfies are viewed by others as 'self-absorbed and less successful'  Daily Mail
  4. Study: Selfie-takers viewed as self-absorbed, less successful  UPI News
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  1. Your food choices can impact your mood  The Asian Age
  2. How your food can influence your mood  Deccan Chronicle
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  1. Eating this can help you get rid of belly fat  The Asian Age
  2. Eating this can help lose belly fat  Deccan Chronicle
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Vitamin B12 (Cobalamin, Cyanocobalamin) Market Research Report 2019 – Industry Size, Share, Trends, Growth, Survey and Statistics Forecasts to 2026  The Torn News

Global Vitamin B12 (Cobalamin, Cyanocobalamin) Market 2019 provides top manufacturers, supply chain trends, technical inventions, important developments, ...

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  1. Don't turn to carbs on cheat days; it can spike blood sugar levels and increase risk of heart disease  Economic Times
  2. On Ketogenic Diet? Say No To Carbs On Cheat Days! Try These 5 Keto-Friendly Recipes  NDTV Food
  3. How to get rid of visceral fat: Best diet to reduce harmful belly fat - what foods to eat  Express
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  1. Optic nerve stimulation offers hope for visually impaired  The Hans India
  2. Optic Nerve Stimulation Device Could Provide Visual Aid for Blind People |  Medgadget
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  1. Lack of vitamin D as a kid may lead to acting out as a teen  Futurity: Research News
  2. Low vitamin D levels in elementary school kids could spell trouble in adolescence  Yahoo India News
  3. Best supplements: Two of the best supplements proven to help with vitamin D deficiency  Express
  4. Study links low vitamin D levels in young kids to aggression in adolescents  Atlanta Journal Constitution
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Pune hospital launches free campaign for cancer screening  The Indian Express

Common cancers in India include lung cancer, breast cancer, cervical cancer, oral cancer, skin cancer, uterine and ovarian cancer, prostate cancer, colon ...

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Blind people may 'see' with optic nerve stimulation  THE WEEK

Scientists have developed a new technology that completely bypass the eyeball and sends messages directly to the brain to restore vision to the blind.

  1. Omega-3 for T2D? Spend Money on 'Something More Useful'  Medscape
  2. Omega-3 fatty acids have no role in diabetes prevention: BMJ  Education Medical Dialogues
  3. Fish oil pills 'no benefit' for type 2 diabetes  BBC News
  4. Fish oil supplements have no effect on type 2 diabetes  Medical Xpress
  5. Omega-3, omega-6, and total dietary polyunsaturated fat for prevention and treatment of type 2 diabetes mellitus: systematic review and meta-analysis of randomised controlled trials  The BMJ
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  1. Glucose not responsible for inflammation in type 2 diabetes: Study  ANI News
  2. Mitochondria, not glucose, could be driving inflammation in type 2 diabetes  Diabetes.co.uk
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  1. Air pollution from cars can cause this eye disease  The Asian Age
  2. High levels of exhaust pollutants may raise risk for degenerative eye disease  ARY NEWS
  3. Air Pollution From Cars Linked To Degenerative Eye Disease  Gizmodo Australia
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  1. Understanding HPV and cervical cancer  Namibian
  2. Screen earlier, fight cancer better  NYOOOZ
  3. Cervical cancer: symptoms, signs, causes, smear tests and screening explained  iNews
  4. HPV (Human Papillomavirus) Vaccine: What You Need to Know  FlaglerLive.com
  5. States are finding ways for teens to get HPV shots without parental consent  USA TODAY
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Type 2 diabetes may increase repeat hospitalisation and death risk in heart failure patients  Specialty Medical Dialogues

Type 2 diabetes may increase repeat hospitalisation and death risk in heart failure patients, finds new study. The new research has been published in the ...

NTU grows mini kidneys in lab to study potential therapies  BSA bureau

An international team of researchers led by Nanyang Technological University, Singapore (NTU Singapore) has grown 'miniature kidneys' in the laboratory that ...

  1. Skipping a few meals with intermittent fasting may help people avoid cancer, diabetes, and heart disease  INSIDER
  2. Researchers discover that fasting reduces inflammation and improves chronic inflammatory diseases  Medical Xpress
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Should you let your kids drink wine, like the French? Here's the truth about underage drinking  Telegraph.co.uk

Why can't teenagers drink a little wine with dinner, like the Europeans do? It's a question that will be asked this month by many British parents returning from ...

Nigeria's three-year milestone takes Africa towards polio eradication  Reuters

Nigeria marked three years free of endemic wild polio on Wednesday, with health officials saying the nation's progress in fighting the crippling viral disease ...

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Make sure your kids are vaccinated for new school year  WKBW TV | Buffalo, NY

  1. Have you eaten at these restaurants lately? A food handler tested positive for Hep-A  WYDaily
  2. Hepatitis A exposure at two Newport News restaurants  13News Now
  3. Health Alert: Potential hepatitis A exposure at two Newport News restaurants  WAVY.com
  4. Peninsula Health District: Hepatitis A exposure at local Newport News restaurants  13newsnow.com WVEC
  5. Health officials warn of potential hepatitis A exposure at Newport News restaurants  WTKR News 3
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  1. GHD hair straighteners founder killed himself after 'fearing bankruptcy'  Mirror Online
  2. Ghd founder Martin Penny took his own life, inquest finds  Keighley News
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  1. Analysis | The Health 202: Migrants kids could stay in detention for months instead of weeks, under new Trump rule  Washington Post
  2. Border Patrol broke Federal Law for last 10 years — August 21, 2019  Bud Meyers
  3. The U.S. Won't Provide Flu Vaccines in Border Camps Despite 3 Children Dying  GQ
  4. Democrats urge Trump administration to vaccinate detained migrant families against flu  CNBC
  5. Border patrol will not give flu shots to migrants in detention centers  Daily Mail
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  1. Mass. man diagnosed with Powassan Virus  WPRI
  2. Deadly Powassan tick virus confirmed in Massachusetts resident, health officials say  WCVB Boston
  3. Maynard health officials issue warning after resident contracts severe tick-borne illness  Boston News, Weather, Sports | WHDH 7News
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  1. Multiple young adults treated at Vanderbilt for vaping-related illnesses, injuries  NewsChannel 5
  2. Vanderbilt: Vaping sparks rise in local teens treated for lung illness, some irreversible  WZTV
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More women should be assessed for cancer-related gene mutation  WWLP-22News

Scientists probe how distinct liquid organelles in cells are created  Phys.org

The interior of a human cell consists, in part, of a complex soup of millions of molecules.

  1. Your Healthy Family: Working long hours may increase your risk of stroke  KOAA 5
  2. Working long hours put you at greater risk for stroke, study says  KTRK-TV
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Upstate University Hospital introduces new technology to fight bladder cancer  NewsChannel 9 WSYR Syracuse

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  1. Second round of mosquito spraying to take place in SE Mass  WPRI
  2. Here's the latest on aerial spraying for mosquitoes with deadly EEE virus  WCVB Boston
  3. Aerial spraying for mosquitos set to begin in parts of Worcester, Middlesex counties on Sunday  MassLive.com
  4. Aerial mosquito spraying set for Middlesex, Worcester counties  The Boston Globe
  5. 2nd Round Of Aerial Spraying For Mosquitoes To Begin In Southeastern Mass.  CBS Boston
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Parts of southeastern Mass scheduled for mosquito spraying  WWLP-22News

  1. New Heart Foundation guidelines give the big tick to eggs  Sky News Australia
  2. Eat cheese, eggs and drink full-fat milk but limit meat, Heart Foundation says  The Guardian
  3. Heart Foundation new healthy eating guidelines feature some big changes - and bad news for red meat  Daily Mail
  4. Red meat and full-fat dairy does not increase health risks: Study  Sky News Australia
  5. What you should and shouldn't be eating for heart health  9News
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  1. Free hepatitis A vaccinations offered to high-risk TN residents  WATE 6 On Your Side
  2. Free hepatitis A vaccinations offered to high-risk Tennessee residents  WZTV
  3. Health officials urge at-risk Tennesseans to vaccinate against statewide hepatitis A outbreak  WBIR.com
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CDC sounds alarm over deadly drug-resistant salmonella  CNN

A strain of salmonella that's sickened more than 250 people may not respond to antibiotics commonly prescribed to treat the foodborne infection, according to ...

Vaping caused North Texas teen's lungs to fail, doctors say  WFAA

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As new school year begins, CDC says vaping linked to lung disease  NBC4 WCMH-TV Columbus

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Health officials urge using caution outdoors after West Nile virus found in Hadley  WWLP-22News

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New breast cancer test screens for BRCA gene  KARE 11

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  1. Second Brit dies from Legionnaire's disease after staying at same Bulgaria hotel  Daily Record
  2. Two British holidaymakers die of Legionnaires' disease after staying at Bulgarian resort  The Telegraph
  3. Second Brit dies from Legionnaires’ disease while staying at Bulgarian hotel  Mirror Online
  4. Second British holidaymaker, 75, dies ‘from legionnaires disease after stay at Bulgaria Jet2 hotel where f  The Sun
  5. British tourist, 75, becomes the second to die of Legionnaires disease  Daily Mail
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  1. Birmingham MMR vaccination rate plunges to six-year low despite measles rise  Birmingham Live
  2. Stage Set for Big Measles Outbreaks in Texas, Other States  Medscape
  3. Texas cities could see measles outbreak with more than 1,000 cases. study finds  Daily Mail
  4. Huge Measles Outbreak Predicted in Texas, With 4,000% Spike in Some Areas  Newsweek
  5. Measles Outbreaks In Texas Could Get Bigger As Vaccination Rates Plummet, Study Finds  KUT
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New Texas law aims to prevent vaping in teens, youth  KHOU 11

  1. Backlash over weight loss app for children  azfamily powered by 3TV & CBS5AZ
  2. Focus on Your Kids' Health, Not Their Weight  Lifehacker Australia
  3. I Started Dieting At Age 4. I Know How Harmful Weight Watchers' New 'Kids' Program Is.  HuffPost
  4. Weight Watchers' Kurbo kids app is a terrifying reminder of my anorexia  Metro.co.uk
  5. New Weight Loss App Kurbo By WW, Formerly Weight Watchers, Is the Kind of Thing That Fueled My Bulimia  TeenVogue.com
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  1. CBP will not vaccinate migrants against flu  CNN
  2. Trump administration refuses to vaccinate migrants in detention centers  World Socialist Web Site
  3. Border Officials Don't Plan To Vaccinate Detained Migrants For Flu Despite Deaths  HuffPost
  4. Despite Child Flu Deaths, U.S. Government Refuses to Vaccinate Children Detained in Border Camps  Gizmodo
  5. Opinion: Denying flu vaccinations to border detainees isn't just cruel, it's dangerous  Los Angeles Times
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Vegan cats and dogs in Hong Kong - owners explain diet change  South China Morning Post

Veganism among humans is a growing trend, and some Hongkongers, concerned about the pet food industry and the carbon footprints of their furry friends, ...

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