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2. Hunter who died of rare disorder may have eaten squirrel brains, doctors say - fox13now.com07:27[−]

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Hunter who died of rare disorder may have eaten squirrel brains, doctors say
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NEW YORK – A 61-year-old who experienced a severe cognitive decline before his death may have had squirrel brains to blame. A new report on the 2015 death in Rochester, New York, finds that he may have suffered from variant Creutzfeldt-Jakob disease ...
A Man's Love of Squirrel Meat Might Have Given Him a Horrifying, Fatal Brain DiseaseGizmodo
Doctors Suspect Man Died Of Extremely Rare Disease After Eating Squirrel BrainsCBS Denver
A Man Eats A Squirrel Brain And Then Dies After Contracting Rare DiseaseThe Inquisitr
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3. Paralyzing polio-like illness affecting mainly children is confirmed in 22 states, CDC says - Los Angeles Times06:35[−]

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Paralyzing polio-like illness affecting mainly children is confirmed in 22 states, CDC says
Los Angeles Times
Federal health officials are worried about an increase in a mysterious and rare condition that mostly affects children and can paralyze arms and legs, with 127 confirmed or suspected cases reported as of Tuesday. Of those, 62 cases of acute flaccid ...
Now 62 Cases Of Acute Flaccid Myelitis: What Is Going On?Forbes
CDC confirms 62 cases of polio-like illness, mostly affecting kidsCBS News
Cases of Rare Neurological Condition Rise in USWall Street Journal
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4. Obesity surgery may lower heart attack danger in diabetics - Boston Herald04:35[−]

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Obesity surgery may lower heart attack danger in diabetics
Boston Herald
FILE - This April 3, 2018 file photo shows a closeup of a beam scale in New York. New research, published Tuesday, Oct. 16 in the Journal of the American Medical Association, suggests obesity surgery may dramatically lower the danger of heart attacks ...
Bariatric surgery reduces heart attacks, strokes and death in obese people with diabetesMedical Xpress
Bariatric surgery can reduce heart attacks, strokes and death in obese people - but it depends how much they can ...Daily Mail
AP, HHMI expand collaboration to bolster health, science coverage - Associated PressAssociated Press

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5. Obituary for mom who battled drug addiction goes viral - Fox News04:32[−]

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Obituary for mom who battled drug addiction goes viral
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A family's open and honest obituary for their 30-year-old daughter who struggled with drug addiction has reached thousands online, with many sharing their own stories of substance abuse while thanking the parents for not hiding their child's struggles.
Family's Moving Obituary for Mom Who Died of Opioid Addiction: The 'Disease Wouldn't Let Her Go'PEOPLE.com
Heart-wrenching obituary of a young Vermont mom struggling with addiction gains attentionThe Boston Globe
'Her addiction stalked her and stole her once again'Minnesota Public Radio News (blog)
New York Daily News - Starts at 60 - Mamamia - Daily Mail
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6. Singaporeans to have average lifespan of 85.4 years in 2040, 3rd longest globally - Yahoo News04:15[−]

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Singaporeans to have average lifespan of 85.4 years in 2040, 3rd longest globally
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If recent health trends continue, the average Singaporean can expect to live longer lives in 2040, according to a new study by a global health research organisation released on Wednesday (17 October). The study by the Institute for Health Metrics and ...
How healthy will we be in 2040?EurekAlert (press release)
Diabetes to be SAs leading killer by 2040, study showsBusiness Day
How healthy will Kiwis be in 2040? Table reveals average lifespans per countryNew Zealand Herald
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7. 'It was affecting business.' Why store owner asked cancer survivor to cover his face - The State04:14[−]

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'It was affecting business.' Why store owner asked cancer survivor to cover his face
The State
A South Carolina man who lost his left eye and nose to cancer is facing a new battle. His life is not on the line, but Kirby Evans is fighting for his dignity after WTVD reported the cancer survivor was asked to leave an area business if he did not ...
Walterboro store owner under fire says she didn't grab cancer survivor; Video releasedWTOC
Cancer survivor told to cover face at restaurantWJHL-TV News Channel 11
Cancer Survivor Humiliated After Asked To Cover His Scarred Face In StoreShared (blog)
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8. Self-lubricating condoms might make people actually want to use them - NBCNews.com02:10[−]

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Self-lubricating condoms might make people actually want to use them
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Condoms are a great way to prevent sexually transmitted diseases including syphilis and the HIV virus that causes AIDS. They also prevent pregnancy. Plus they are cheap. The trouble is, people often don't like to use them. A team at Boston University ...
Self-lubricating condom designed to reduce infectionsBBC News
Self-Lubricating Condoms Now Exist And Here's Why That's A Good ThingThe Inquisitr
'Slippery' Self-lubricating Condom That Could Boost Satisfaction Created by ScientistsNewsweek
ScienceAlert - The Guardian - New Scientist
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9. When you least expect it, breast cancer can happen - Tallahassee.comВт., 16 окт.[−]

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When you least expect it, breast cancer can happen
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Most breast cancers occur in women over 50. Obese women have a 20—40% greater risk of developing breast cancer. Breastfeeding seems to protect against breast and other cancers. Familial history of breast cancers can be a risk factor in new cancers.
Beating breast cancer: 4 stories of survival from Bergen women who are thrivingNorthJersey.com
3 Women Share How Their Mastectomies Changed Their Relationships With Their BodiesBustle
For some with cancer, 'pink October' can't end soon enoughObserver-Reporter
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10. Orange County reports first death from West Nile virus this year - New York Daily NewsВт., 16 окт.[−]

New York Daily News

Orange County reports first death from West Nile virus this year
New York Daily News
Orange County health officials on Monday confirmed the county's first death of the year linked to West Nile virus. The patient was described as an “elderly'” Tustin woman who died of West Nile infection complications, according to the Orange County ...
Tustin woman dies from West Nile virus infection complicationsKABC-TV
1st human West Nile virus death in Orange County this year reported in TustinOCRegister
First West Nile Virus Death Confirmed in Orange CountyKTLA
Spartanburg Herald Journal - WSPA.com - FOX Carolina - LancasterOnline
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11. Florida Child Dies From Flu, the First Young Death Reported in the US This Season - New York TimesВт., 16 окт.[−]

New York Times

Florida Child Dies From Flu, the First Young Death Reported in the US This Season
New York Times
A child in Florida who had not received the flu vaccine died from the virus, state officials announced on Monday, the first influenza-related pediatric death reported in the country this flu season. While flu activity remains low across the United ...
October is optimal time to get a flu shot, experts sayChicago Tribune
Get that shot: First flu cases appearing around DC areaWTOP
Influenza Vaccination Recommendations for 2018-2019 Flu SeasonMedscape
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