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Why the Ebola crisis in DRC is unlike anything before -
The Democratic Republic of Congo has seen multiple outbreaks of Ebola, but this time the country faces more challenges.

Parents of Maryland student who died say health center didn't test for adenovirus - CBS News
Freshman Olivia Paregol's father also believes mold in her dorm room contributed to her death

Sperm count and quality: Do supplements have an effect? -
A new review of research has found that taking certain supplements may help boost a man's sperm count and quality.

China orders probe into first 'gene-edited babies' - Al Jazeera English
Scientists denounce claims by Chinese geneticist as concerns are raised about its safety and ethics.

The diet of this South American tribe may hold the secret to healthier blood pressure - Business Insider
High blood pressure may be an avoidable consequence of the Western diet rather than ageing, according to a new study on the Yanomami tribe.

Paralysing polio-like disease spreads to 31 US states - Daily Mail
The rare and poorly-understood disease acute flaccid myelitis has been diagnosed in a further 10 people in the US over the past week. Colorado and Texas have been the worst hit states so far this year.

Big Island hospital confirms outbreak of scabies - KHON2
KHON2 News has confirmed an outbreak of scabies at the Kona Community Hospital on the Big Island.

Diabetes hits young adults harder, state report finds - Star Tribune
It suggests that health officials may need to rethink the state's diabetes support programs, which tend to target people 45 or older.

6-Year-Old Oklahoma Girl Treated For Rare Polio-Like Illness - KWTV
Another child in Oklahoma has been treated for the rare polio-like illness that has been sweeping the nation, according to the Children’s Center Rehabilitation Hospital.

University of Maryland reports 3 additional cases of adenovirus - Baltimore Sun
The University of Maryland has reported three new cases of adenovirus Monday, one week after a freshman at the school was killed from complications relating to the disease.

South Dakota records 1st flu death of season - KSFY
South Dakota has recorded its first flu death of the season.

North Texas Hospital Sees Drastic Spike In RSV - CBS Dallas / Fort Worth
Officials at Cook Children’s Medical Center in Fort Worth are warning parents of young children after a recent spike in cases of Respiratory Syncytial Virus or RSV.

Call to test minor symptoms for cancer | News - The Times
Testing for cancer should be routine for minor symptoms to end a British survival scandal equivalent to a plane crash every fortnight, a think tank said. A report for the Health Foundation...

One Quarter of New Pediatric Asthma Cases Tied to Obesity - Medscape
Experts say screening for obesity and reducing onset could significantly reduce the public health burden of asthma.

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