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More and more women are getting this deadly yeast infection — and it’s drug-resistant

More and more women are getting this deadly yeast infection — and it’s drug-resistant
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Antibodies found which 'neutralise' Zika virus: study

Paris (AFP) - European scientists announced Thursday they had found antibodies which attack Zika, a discovery they hope will pave the way for a protective vaccine against the brain-damaging virus....
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Previous exposure to dengue may make Zika worse, scientists find

LONDON (Reuters) - Scientists studying the Zika outbreak in Brazil say previous exposure to another mosquito-borne virus, dengue, may exacerbate the potency of Zika infection....
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Patients greeted by robot at Belgian hospital

OSTEND, Belgium (Reuters) - A Belgian hospital has just welcomed its newest staff member: Pepper, a humanoid robot that speaks 19 languages....
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India's Dr Reddy's in $350 million deal to buy eight U.S. drugs from Teva, Allergan

MUMBAI (Reuters) - India's second-largest drugmaker Dr Reddy's Laboratories Ltd said it agreed to buy eight generic drugs from Teva Pharmaceutical Industries and Allergan Plc for $350 million in cash to bolster its U.S. business....
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Delay Pregnancy in Areas With Zika, W.H.O. Suggests

...The W.H.O. says men and women of reproductive age “should be correctly informed and oriented to consider delaying pregnancy.”......
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A Blood Test for Cancer Gets Closer

...A blood test is one of the least invasive ways for doctors to get a peek inside the body.......
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We're in the middle of a gold rush in the cancer-drug industry

In the past five years, 70 new cancer treatments have been approved for more than 20 types of tumors....
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Flesh-Eating Disease ‘Spread By Isis’ Is Now Infecting Other Countries

A horrific ‘flesh eating’ disease which has infected hundreds in Isis-controlled territories in Syria has now spread outside the country - sparking fears of an Ebola-style situation....
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Worsening depression may be dementia cue: study

Paris (AFP) - People over 54 who suffer from steadily-worsening depression may run a higher risk of developing dementia, according to new research published Saturday that suggested it may be an early symptom....
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