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  1. Researchers dispel the myth that coffee consumption can cause dehydration
  2. Sensa and Three Other Marketers of Fad Weight-Loss Products Settle FTC Charges in Crackdown on Deceptive Advertising
  3. Can a Dietary Supplement Treat a Concussion? No
  4. Nadal poses biggest threat to Djokovic's reign
  5. BRIEF-Chelsea Therapeutics down 27.8 percent premarket
  6. Surtees anniversary draws hope from loss
  7. Long-term efficacy of Chelsea drug may pose problems for FDA
  8. EU panel recommends suspension of risky bone disease drug
  9. China reports one more H7N9 bird flu death
  10. Eating tree nuts tied to lowered obesity risk
  11. Sochi 2014 price tag is bad example but Games are safe
  12. Button reunited with his two little ducks
  13. Serena eyes sixth coronation at Melbourne Park
  14. Long-term efficacy of Chelsea drug may pose problems for FDA
  15. CANADA STOCKS-TSX may open lower after soft North American jobs data
  16. CORRECTED-Rexam in advanced talks with Montagu over packaging unit -sources
  17. RLPC-Sanofi reprices and extends 7 bln euro credit line
  18. BRIEF-Conatus Pharmaceuticals up 23.1 percent in premarket trade
  19. The relationship between avocado consumption, satiety and blood sugar
  20. Christie ousts key advisers after scandal - HeraldNet
  21. Indian Diplomat Leaves US as Visa Fraud Case Roils Ties (1) - Businessweek
  22. Drug Probe Undercuts Hagel Pep Talk To Nuke Force
  23. GOP-Led House Again Targets Obama Health Care Law
  24. India's Financial Capital Unveils Revamped Airport
  25. Gadget Watch: Look Around In Sony's Video Headset
  26. Missouri Man Accused Of Rape Avoids Felony
  27. All-Star Cast Takes On Ryan Murphy's Passion Play
  28. Afghan leader orders release of 72 detainees - Boston Globe
  29. Chemical Spill Causes State of Emergency, Rush for Water in W.Va. - ABC News
  30. Avocado with lunch may help with weight management
  31. Significant link between percentage of dietary fat consumed in adolescence and increase in abdominal adiposity, regardless of exercise
  32. Report: Jennifer Hudson Has Former Friend Lord KraVen Thrown out of People's ... - Eurweb.com
  33. Fad diets can work, but experts find no magic slimming bullet
  34. Australian Open dark horse Del Potro reaches Sydney final
  35. BRIEF-Shinva Medical Instrument expects 2013 net profit up 40-45 pct from yr-ago's 163.3 mln yuan
  36. Indonesia drug makers see higher sales on national healthcare scheme
  37. Swiss stocks - Factors to watch on Jan 10
  38. BRIEF-Shire extends ViroPharma tender offer until Jan 23
  39. French and Benelux stocks-Factors to watch on Jan 10
  40. Germany's CompuGroup Medical buys France's Imagine Group
  41. Sportswriter Who Let Readers Fill Out Hall Of Fame Ballot Is Banned
  42. John Oliver: American Politics A 'Circus Of Crazy'
  43. No. 24 Memphis Upsets No. 12 Louisville, 73-67
  44. W.Va. Gov Declares Emergency After Chemical Spill
  45. Mo. Man Accused Of Rape Pleads To Lesser Charge
  46. How damaged is Chris Christie? - Washington Post
  47. After Being Indicted, Diplomat Is Allowed to Leave the Country - New York Times
  48. UPDATE 1-West Virginia chemical spill cuts water supply for thousands - Reuters
  49. Montana: Missile Operators Investigated - New York Times
  50. Despite California drought, chances for water bond are evaporating - San Jose Mercury News
  51. Pro Football Hall Of Fame Finalists Revealed
  52. PRESS DIGEST - China - Jan 10
  53. U.S. compounding pharmacies start to register with FDA
  54. Aegerion gets DOJ subpeona over marketing of cholesterol drug
  55. Parents lobby Florida lawmakers on medical marijuana
  56. FSU And Its Star QB Winston Could Face Lawsuit
  57. Analysis: Bridge Scandal May Hurt Christie's Brand
  58. Nadal to face local hope Tomic in Australian Open
  59. Hot putter helps Korean Bae take early Waialae lead
  60. Serena could face Stosur in fourth round at Australian Open
  61. Aegerion gets DOJ subpeona over marketing of cholesterol drug
  62. U.S. compounding pharmacies start to register with FDA
  63. Humana says mix of Obamacare enrollment worse than expected
  64. Aegerion gets DOJ subpoena over marketing of cholesterol drug
  65. 10 Things To Know For Friday
  66. Penn State Or Vanderbilt For Franklin?
  67. Sister's Murder Drives MSNBC's Hall
  68. White House Picks Choctaw Nation To Fight Poverty In Oklahoma - KCUR
  69. Hagel praises US nuclear forces, gets reminder of morale issues - Reuters
  70. Chemical spill causes closures, rush for water in West Virginia - Los Angeles Times
  71. Brown budget proposes more spending but also fiscal restraint - Los Angeles Times
  72. Indian Diplomat to Leave US After Visa Fraud Indictment (2) - Businessweek
  73. Cold Weather Means Early Ice Harvest At NH Camps
  74. World's Largest LP Spins Atop Famed Rock Venue
  75. Hall Of Fame: Up To BBWAA To Propose Vote Changes
  76. EPA To Require S. Calif. Offshore Fracking Reports
  77. Carmakers: Driverless Cars Need Legal Framework
  78. VA Reports Spike In Suicides Among Youngest Vets
  79. UPDATE 1-SAC's Martoma tried to cover up fraud at Harvard, documents show
  80. Humana says mix of Obamacare enrollment worse than expected
  81. Colts may need more than Luck to beat Patriots
  82. Journalist stripped of Hall vote after giving away ballot
  83. Eating tree nuts tied to lowered obesity risk
  84. Bae Grabs Early Lead At Sony Open
  85. First Take: Christie tries to show he's not the bully - USA TODAY
  86. Indian envoy indicted, but prosecutor says State allowing her to leave US - Fox News
  87. UPDATE 2-US Senate Democrats offer new jobless benefit plan - Reuters
  88. Raw: Castro makes surprise public appearance - USA TODAY
  89. Dennis Rodman apologizes to Kenneth Bae's family - New York Daily News
  90. Former Betis coach Mel takes over at West Brom
  91. UPDATE 3-Alcoa to pay $384 mln to settle Bahrain bribery charges
  92. Lung cancer rates decline for U.S. men, women - study
  93. SAC's Martoma faced discipline at Harvard, documents show
  94. Independent Film Channel Drops Film; Now Just IFC
  95. Nuclear Missile Officers Reportedly Implicated In Drug Probe
  96. Saints test road readiness against home-loving Seahawks
  97. 'Big Hurt' gets last laugh over drug cheats
  98. Yaya Toure lands African Footballer of Year award
  99. CareFusion to pay $40 million to settle U.S. kickbacks lawsuit
  100. Switch to minimalist running shoes tied to injuries, pain
  101. Food, beverage companies slash calories in obesity fight
  102. Self-medicating moms more likely to give kids pain meds
  103. Lung cancer rates decline for U.S. men, women: study
  104. Obama Unveils First 5 'Promise Zones'
  105. A Mixed Close On Wall Street; S&P 500 Edges Up
  106. Obama makes pitch for 'Promise Zones' to boost depressed areas - NBCNews.com
  107. Afghans to Free Prisoners Considered High Risk - Wall Street Journal
  108. Family of Kenneth Bae says accepts Rodman's apology over outburst - Reuters
  109. Coast Guard says search called off for sailor missing in helicopter crash off Virginia - Washington Post
  110. Indian diplomat indicted in NY, leaves US - USA TODAY
  111. Gov. Christie fires aide, apologizes to New Jersey - USA TODAY
  112. Minn. Man Home After Being Held 9 Months In UAE
  113. Doctors Say Cutting Food Stamps Could Backfire
  114. Ruling Blocks Show By Controversial French Comic
  115. FBI Chief Doesn't See Snowden As A Whistleblower
  116. The Good Listener: When Good Musicians Do Bad Things
  117. NSA Says It Would Welcome Public Advocate At FISA Court
  118. CareFusion to pay $40 mln to settle U.S. kickbacks lawsuit
  119. United's beleaguered Moyes on Manager of the Month shortlist
  120. Catholic Priest Facing Prosecution for Using 'Allah' to Refer to God in Malaysian Newspaper
  121. Christie fires aide in NJ bridge scandal; prosecutor launches probe - Reuters
  122. Part of crashed US Navy chopper found, crew member still missing - Chicago Tribune
  123. Sandra Bullock scores at People's Choice Awards - USA TODAY
  124. Two Chinese initial share offerings attract heavy demand
  125. Rexam in advanced talks with Montagu over packaging unit -sources
  126. BRIEF-CareFusion to pay $40.1 million to settle U.S. lawsuit over alleged kickbacks linked to ChloraPrep
  127. Roche's Tamiflu for children temporarily in short supply in U.S.
  128. Wound care company Healogics readies $1 billion sale -sources
  129. Vancouver Queen Sablikova won't abdicate
  130. Russian Cossacks patrol Sochi Olympics
  131. Struggling Redskins to hire Jay Gruden as head coach: report
  132. Bjoergen remains benchmark in cross-country
  133. Sleeping on one side may worsen glaucoma: study
  134. Bone marrow stem cells could defeat drug-resistant tuberculosis
  135. Roche's Tamiflu for children temporarily in short supply in U.S.
  136. Fatal pig virus now affects 22 U.S. states: USDA
  137. Report: 9 out of 10 Top Christian Persecution Countries Due to Islamic Extremism
  138. Christian Pastors, Priests Saving Lives in South Sudan Amid Turmoil
  139. South African Pastor Makes Members Eat Grass; Watch Him Command Demon Out of Woman's Stomach
  140. Va. Company Launches Cargo Ship To Space Station
  141. The Dismemberment Plan On World Cafe
  142. Edmar Castaņeda And Friends On JazzSet
  143. Gov. Chris Christie Bridge Scandal Response - New York Daily News
  144. Parts of crashed Navy chopper found as search for missing crewman continues - NBCNews.com
  145. Mark Duggan's aunt pleads for end to violence as family vow to pursue ''justice ... - Mirror.co.uk
  146. Teenager dies while thwarting suicide bomb attack on school - Irish Times
  147. Boehner: Christie remains presidential contender despite bridge scandal - The Star-Ledger - NJ.com
  148. Dennis Rodman apologizes for North Korea outburst, says he'd been drinking - CNN International
  149. Government Tech Problems: Blame The People Or The Process?
  150. Richard Buck Replaces John Darby As Cup Director
  151. Lotus boss expects more teams to miss first F1 test
  152. Gay rights issue should not be a distraction, King says
  153. Former race driver Eddie Irvine convicted over Milan club brawl
  154. Jacquelin hangs on to take slender lead in blustery Durban
  155. Miller feeling his age ahead of Sochi
  156. Johnson & Johnson to appeal China revoking diabetes trademark
  157. Medtronic hypertension device found ineffective in trial
  158. Sangamo Biosciences to develop blood disorder drugs with Biogen
  159. Danone to sue New Zealand's Fonterra over baby formula recall
  160. Intercept liver drug meets main goal in study, shares quadruple
  161. Swiss biotech firm starts new Alzheimer vaccine trial
  162. CORRECTED-Swiss biotech firm starts new Alzheimer vaccine trial
  163. REFILE-YOUR MONEY-Are drug companies using your health records to sell you stuff?
  164. U.S./Canada daily earnings hits & misses Jan 9 - 1000 ET
  165. BRIEF-Fresenius says successfully places 750 mln eur in senior notes
  166. Deals of the day-Mergers and acquisitions
  167. Muscle strength in children linked to vitamin D levels in pregnancy
  168. Vitamin E may offer protection against memory disorders
  169. New compounds discovered that are hundreds of times more mutagenic
  170. Nutrition guidelines needed for full-service restaurant chains
  171. Iraq: 12 Dead In Blast At Army Recruiting Center
  172. Russia: 6 Men Found Dead In 4 Cars
  173. GSK melanoma drug combination wins accelerated U.S. approval
  174. Eating slowly may cut meal size
  175. BRIEF-FSMA says trading of Cardio 3 Bioscience shares suspended
  176. BRIEF-Celesio shares open 5.3 percent lower
  177. BRIEF-China's Kunming Pharma expects 2013 net profit up 20-30 pct
  178. UPDATE 1-Israel's Teva Pharmaceutical names Vigodman as CEO
  179. UPDATE 1-McKesson ups offer for Celesio to 23.50 eur/shr-source
  180. Benefits of 'traffic light' food labels, positioning of healthy items
  181. Love Torches Teammates As Wolves Lose Again
  182. 2 Dead, 1 Missing After Copter Goes Down Off Va.
  183. Abbott Back At US Championships Before Retirement
  184. Calif. Teen Called 'Brain Dead' Gets Feeding Tune
  185. Chris Christies critics savor his misfortune - Politico
  186. N Korea election may provide clues to power shift - The News International
  187. 2 dead, 1 missing after copter goes down off Va. - Houston Chronicle
  188. Brain dead teen gets feeding, breathing tubes - USA TODAY
  189. Laying money on the line leads to healthier food choices over time
  190. Hudson: The Emotional Highlight at People's Choice - ABC News
  191. Regional Bloc to Discuss CAR Crisis - Voice of America
  192. Bridge scandal may tarnish Christie's 2016 appeal - USA TODAY
  193. UPDATE 3-Apologetic Rodman heads for N.Korean leader's ski resort - Reuters
  194. NYC Disability Scam Case Spotlights Advisers' Role
  195. Your Top Plays For Today
  196. Samsung, Apple CEOs To Discuss Lawsuit Settlement
  197. Tax Policy A Big Part Of Chamber's Lobbying Agenda In 2014 - Law360 (subscription)
  198. Bowling to Beer Curbed for US Expats as India Row Persists (1) - Businessweek
  199. Christie Faces Political Fallout Over Traffic Jam
  200. Sensational Murder Case In Arizona Draws To Close
  201. PRESS DIGEST - Wall Street Journal - Jan 9
  202. German stocks - Factors to watch on January 9
  203. McKesson ups offer for Celesio to 23.50 eur/share - source
  204. Turkey Doctors Say Police, Govt Harassed Them
  205. Food Companies Cut 6.4 Trillion Calories
  206. Ill Omen For 2014? Stocks Stumble In New Year
  207. Bridge firestorm could have bigger impact on Christie - CNN
  208. Dennis Rodman Apologizes For Bae Comments
  209. Asian Stocks Muted On Fed Tapering Outlook
  210. Bullock Top Winner At People's Choice Awards
  211. Italy - Factors to watch on January 9
  212. Swiss stocks - Factors to watch on Jan 9
  213. Brain-dead California teen gets surgery at new facility after court fight
  214. Food, beverage companies slash calories in obesity fight
  215. People's Choice Awards 2014 highlights - CBS News
  216. Gates Shatters Image of Calmness in Faulting Obama War Approach - Businessweek
  217. UPDATE 1-Rodman heads for N.Korean leader's pet ski resort project - Reuters
  218. Man suffocates to death on his own undies after receiving 'atomic wedgie' - India Today
  219. India Adds Restrictions on Americans in Delhi - Wall Street Journal
  220. People's Choice Awards 2014: Sandra Bullock, Ellen DeGeneres among winners - CBS News
  221. Republicans call for a new approach to fight poverty - Los Angeles Times
  222. WWE Set To Launch Own 24/7 Network In February
  223. Bullock Sweeps People's Choice Awards
  224. 'Lone Survivor' A Brutal Tribute To Navy SEALs
  225. Panama Canal Talks Run Into Trouble Over Money
  226. Two crewmen dead after Navy helicopter goes down off Va.; one missing - NBCNews.com
  227. Nets Stop Warriors' Streak At 10, Win 102-98
  228. Asian Stocks Muted On Fed Tapering Outlook
  229. Trucks, Haynes Leaving Allman Brothers Band
  230. PRESS DIGEST- Hong Kong - Jan 9
  231. UPDATE 4-NJ Gov. Christie says misled by staff in bridge scandal - Reuters
  232. Spears wins first People's Choice Award; Bullock dominant - CNN
  233. The Bob Gates memoir: Five notable quotes - CNN
  234. Rodman being used as doormat, not diplomat, say North Korea defectors - Fox News
  235. Chamber vows to "pull out all stops" to pass immigration reform - fox6now.com
  236. Novartis in talks with Merck to exchange business units- Bloomberg
  237. Rodman heads for North Korean leader's pet ski resort project
  238. Authorities In NY Sue Novartis In Kickback Scheme
  239. 10 Things To Know For Thursday
  240. Motion Picture Academy To Honor Film Lab Employees
  241. Biggio Barely Misses Cut, Morris Left Out Of Hall
  242. Brain Dead Teen Gets Feeding, Breathing Tubes
  243. Billie Jean King Part Of Diplomacy By Diversity
  244. Ease Up On 'No Tolerance' Policies, U.S. Agencies Tell Schools
  245. J&J petitions FDA to require 'similar' names for biosimilars, biologics
  246. Japan ministry files criminal complaint against Novartis over Diovan
  247. J&J petitions FDA to require "similar" names for biosimilars, biologics
  248. BRIEF-GSK gets accelerated FDA approval for combination use of Mekinist and Tafinlar
  249. UPDATE 2-Two people hurt in explosion at lab near San Francisco
  250. Christie Faces Scandal on Traffic Jam Aides Ordered - New York Times