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  1. Medical errors may be third leading cause of death in the US - CNN
  2. Frozen fruits and vegetables recalled over listeria fears - CBS News
  3. Flu strikes fewer infants when pregnant women get vaccinated - Reuters
  4. 59 percent of US parents say their teens are addicted to mobile phones - VentureBeat
  5. 1 in 3 antibiotics prescribed in US are unnecessary, major study finds - Pittsburgh Post-Gazette
  6. Zika Virus Is Coming and We're Not Ready, US Experts Say - NBCNews.com
  7. Jury still out on celiac disease screening, US doctors say - Reuters
  8. New Study Reveals Why 'Biggest Loser' Winners Often Regain Weight - ABC News
  9. Navy SEAL Charles Keating IV killed in Iraq after ISIS breaks through Peshmerga lines - CNN
  10. FBI: Suspect in custody in murder of Navajo girl - USA TODAY
  11. Italian court rules food theft 'not a crime' if hungry - BBC News
  12. Georgia governor vetoes campus carry bill - CNN
  13. Medical Errors Are No. 3 Cause Of US Deaths, Researchers Say - NPR
  14. Hospital Hit as Fighting Flares in Aleppo, Syria - Wall Street Journal
  15. Canadian wildfire forces evacuation order for entire city - Reuters
  16. Donald Trump: Presumptive GOP nominee; Sanders takes Indiana - CNN
  17. BRIEF-Pixium Vision and research partners report signiprogress on Prima
  18. BRIEF-GN Store Nord Q1 EBITA below expectations; confirms outlook
  19. BRIEF-Orpea Q1 2016 revenues up 26.5% to EUR 680.5 million
  20. BRIEF-Innate Pharma Q1 revenue jumps to 5.7 million euros
  21. Warriors rally to beat Trail Blazers in Game 2
  22. Blues batter Stars to take 2-1 series lead
  23. Medical errors may be third leading cause of death in the US - CNN
  24. New Study Reveals Why 'Biggest Loser' Winners Often Regain Weight - ABC News
  25. Frozen fruits and vegetables recalled over listeria fears - CBS News
  26. Amid scandal, China military hospital closes doors to new patients - Reuters
  27. Flu strikes fewer infants when pregnant women get vaccinated - Reuters
  28. Half Of All Teens Struggle From Phone Addiction: Here's How Parents Can Help - Tech Times
  29. 1 in 3 antibiotics prescribed in US are unnecessary, major study finds - Pittsburgh Post-Gazette
  30. Zika 'Very Likely' to Spread From Mosquitoes to Humans in US, Official Says - ABC News
  31. HK Exchange says 11 firms buy back shares
  32. Half Of All Teens Struggle From Phone Addiction: Here's How Parents Can Help - Tech Times
  33. Medical errors may be third leading cause of death in the US - CNN
  34. Governor, Lawmakers React to Ex-Assembly Speaker's Sentence - ABC News
  35. Wildfire in Alberta's energy heartland forces thousands to flee - Reuters
  36. Researchers: Medical errors now third leading cause of death in United States - Washington Post
  37. Georgia governor vetoes 'campus-carry' concealed gun bill - Washington Post
  38. Italian court: Not a crime to steal food if you're starving - Fox News
  39. FBI: Suspect in custody in murder of Navajo girl - azcentral.com
  40. Navy SEAL Charles Keating IV killed in Iraq after ISIS breaks through Peshmerga lines - CNN
  41. Another big verdict in talc case against Johnson & Johnson - Washington Post
  42. Jury still out on celiac disease screening, US doctors say - Reuters
  43. Zika 'Very Likely' to Spread From Mosquitoes to Humans in US, Official Says - ABC News
  44. New Study Reveals Why 'Biggest Loser' Winners Often Regain Weight - ABC News
  45. Donald Trump: Presumptive GOP nominee; Sanders takes Indiana - CNN
  46. Miami take series opener with overtime win in Toronto
  47. Predators turn tables on Sharks with 4-1
  48. Frozen fruits and vegetables recalled over listeria fears - CBS News
  49. 1 in 3 antibiotics prescribed in US are unnecessary, major study finds - Pittsburgh Post-Gazette
  50. Massive wildfire forces evacuation of Canadian city - CBS News
  51. Sheldon Silver just got one of the longest prison sentences for a politician. Here are the others. - Washington Post
  52. Medical errors may be third leading cause of death in the US - CNN
  53. Medical errors may be third leading cause of death in the US - CNN
  54. Georgia governor vetoes 'campus-carry' concealed gun bill - Washington Post
  55. Italian court: Not a crime to steal food if you're starving - Fox News
  56. US Navy SEAL killed by ISIS in Iraq firefight identified - Fox News
  57. FBI: Suspect in custody in murder of Navajo girl - azcentral.com
  58. Trump becomes de facto GOP nominee as Cruz exits after crushing Indiana loss - Washington Post
  59. BRIEF-Medtronic plans to hire Karen Parkhill as CFO - CNBC citing DJ
  60. Australia's Tomic slammed for match point 'tank'
  61. NFLPA issues warning about contaminated meat
  62. Boyle strikes in OT to give Bolts win over Islanders
  63. Poll: 50% Of Teens Feel Addicted To Their Cell Phones - CBS Local
  64. New Study Reveals Why 'Biggest Loser' Winners Often Regain Weight - ABC News
  65. Another big verdict in talc case against Johnson & Johnson - Washington Post
  66. Jury still out on celiac disease screening, US doctors say - Reuters
  67. Zika 'Very Likely' to Spread From Mosquitoes to Humans in US, Official Says - ABC News
  68. 1 in 3 antibiotics prescribed in U.S. are unnecessary, major study finds - Columbus Dispatch
  69. Frozen fruits and vegetables recalled over listeria fears - CBS News
  70. US Navy SEAL killed by ISIS in Iraq firefight identified - Fox News
  71. The hungry 'should not be punished' for stealing small amounts of food, Italian court rules - Washington Post
  72. Prison Time for Ex-Assembly Speaker Sheldon Silver Showcases Concerns Over Corruption - Wall Street Journal
  73. Georgia governor vetoes campus carry bill - CNN
  74. Wildfire in Alberta's energy heartland forces thousands to flee - Reuters
  75. Medical Errors May Result in More Than 200000 Deaths, Study Finds - ABC News
  76. FBI: Suspect in custody in murder of Navajo girl - azcentral.com
  77. Indiana primary: Trump, Sanders projected to win; Cruz drops out of GOP race - Washington Post
  78. Effects of dietary pulse consumption on body weight: a systematic review and meta-analysis of randomized controlled trials
  79. Low vitamin D status in Europe: moving from evidence to sound public health policies
  80. Hippocampus as a mediator of the role of vitamin B-12 in memory
  81. Vitamin D deficiency in Europe: pandemic?
  82. A randomized trial to assess the potential of different beverages to affect hydration status: development of a beverage hydration index
  83. Dairy consumption in association with weight change and risk of becoming overweight or obese in middle-aged and older women: a prospective cohort study
  84. DIARY-Malaysia 2016 corporate earnings
  85. Medical errors may be third leading cause of death in the US - CNN
  86. Half of American teenagers feel addicted to their phones - Business Insider
  87. Effective Ways To Keep Your Whole Family Organised
  88. One Third Of Antibiotic Prescriptions Unnecessary - Science 2.0
  89. Pasco firm expands frozen-food recall after listeria illnesses, deaths - The Seattle Times
  90. Zika 'Very Likely' to Spread From Mosquitoes to Humans in US, Official Says - ABC News
  91. Jury still out on celiac disease screening, US doctors say - Reuters
  92. Another big verdict in talc case against Johnson & Johnson - Washington Post
  93. New Study Reveals Why 'Biggest Loser' Winners Often Regain Weight - ABC News
  94. Half of American teenagers feel addicted to their phones - Business Insider
  95. Medical errors may be third leading cause of death in the US - CNN
  96. Researchers: Medical errors now third leading cause of death in United States - Washington Post
  97. Georgia Governor Vetoes Campus Gun Law - Wall Street Journal
  98. Lovett: NY pols better get the message that corruption won't be tolerated - New York Daily News
  99. The hungry 'should not be punished' for stealing small amounts of food, Italian court rules - Washington Post
  100. Wildfire in Alberta's energy heartland forces thousands to flee - Reuters
  101. Israeli who burned Palestinian teen alive sentenced to life in prison - Washington Post
  102. US Navy SEAL killed by ISIS in Iraq firefight identified - Fox News
  103. Indiana primary: Donald Trump projected to win, Cruz drops out of race - Washington Post
  104. BRIEF-Sequenom announces in-network contracts with Anthem Blue Cross, Blue Shield
  105. New Study Reveals Why 'Biggest Loser' Winners Often Regain Weight - ABC News
  106. Pasco firm expands frozen-food recall after listeria illnesses, deaths - The Seattle Times
  107. Jury still out on celiac disease screening, US doctors say - Reuters
  108. Zika 'Very Likely' to Spread From Mosquitoes to Humans in US, Official Says - ABC News
  109. One Third Of Antibiotic Prescriptions Unnecessary - Science 2.0
  110. Researchers: Medical errors now third leading cause of death in United States - Washington Post
  111. Georgia governor vetoes campus carry bill - CNN
  112. The Latest: New Mexico governor: Find 'monster' in killing - Washington Post
  113. Sheldon Silver Sentenced to 12 Years - Wall Street Journal
  114. Why Hillary Went to Coal Country - Daily Beast
  115. Navy SEAL killed in Iraq after Islamic State punches through front line - Washington Post
  116. CNN projects Donald Trump wins Indiana, on cusp of GOP nomination - CNN
  117. BRIEF-Boston Scientific announces FDA approval of navigation-enabled ablation catheters
  118. BRIEF-Amedisys qtrly shr $0.19
  119. BRIEF-Capital Senior Living Q1 loss per share $0.21
  120. BRIEF-National Research reports Q1 non-GAAP earnings per share $0.21
  121. Zika concerns could see MLB cancel Puerto Rico series
  122. Jury still out on celiac disease screening, U.S. doctors say
  123. Teens say they're addicted to technology. Here's how parents can help. - Washington Post
  124. New Study Reveals Why 'Biggest Loser' Winners Often Regain Weight - ABC News
  125. Researchers: Medical errors now third leading cause of death in United States - Washington Post
  126. Italy Rules That Stealing Food Is Not a Crime If You Are Poor and Hungry - The Daily Meal
  127. Jury orders Johnson and Johnson to pay cancer survivor - CBS News
  128. Zika concerns could see MLB cancel Puerto Rico series
  129. Listeria prompts recall of 42 brands of frozen fruits and veggies - CNN
  130. Zika Virus Is Coming and We're Not Ready, US Experts Say - NBCNews.com
  131. Best Treatment for ADHD in Young Kids Is Therapy — For the Parents - NBCNews.com
  132. Jury still out on celiac disease screening, US doctors say - Reuters
  133. Sheldon Silver, Ex-New York Assembly Speaker, Gets 12-Year Prison Sentence - New York Times
  134. BRIEF-Relypsa announces $150 mln debt financing
  135. US and Russian officials will sit side by side to monitor Syria cease-fire - Washington Post
  136. Georgia governor vetoes campus carry bill - CNN
  137. Medical Errors No. 3 Cause Of US Deaths, Researchers Say - NPR
  138. BRIEF-CDC provides investigation update on multistate outbreak of listeriosis
  139. Indiana primary: Trump hopes for a decisive victory that crushes the '#NeverTrump' movement - Washington Post
  140. Navy SEAL killed in Iraq after Islamic State punches through front line - Washington Post
  141. BRIEF-Globus Medical reports Q1 earnings per share $0.29
  142. Hat's off to Leicester, says fellow underdog Daly
  143. BRIEF-Lannett Company Q3 adj earnings per share $0.75
  144. BRIEF-Owens & Minor Q1 earnings per share $0.39
  145. BRIEF-Vertex Pharmaceuticals files for potential mixed shelf
  146. BRIEF-Relypsa says on April 27, entered into credit agreement with Athyrium, Healthcare Royalty Partners III LP
  147. BRIEF-Don Hardison joins board of directors for HTG Molecular Diagnostics
  148. Golf Channel unveils Olympics plans; NBC says 'no shows' to have regrets
  149. Indian Bishop Kidnapped, Beaten in Attempt to Extort $75K From Church
  150. Man hijacks bus, then fatally strikes pedestrian in Washington, DC - Los Angeles Times
  151. The hungry 'should not be punished' for stealing small amounts of food, Italian court rules - Washington Post
  152. A Third of Antibiotic Prescriptions are Just Wrong - NBCNews.com
  153. Best Treatment for ADHD in Young Kids Is Therapy — For the Parents - NBCNews.com
  154. Marlins players remain worried about Zika risk in Puerto Rico - ESPN
  155. Another big verdict in talc case against Johnson & Johnson - Washington Post
  156. Listeria prompts recall of 42 brands of frozen fruits and veggies - CNN
  157. Researchers: Medical errors now third leading cause of death in United States - Washington Post
  158. "Biggest Loser" study: Why keeping weight off is so hard - CBS News
  159. Teens say they're addicted to technology. Here's how parents can help. - Washington Post
  160. BRIEF-Rigel reports Q1 loss per share $0.19
  161. BRIEF-Nektar Therapeutics reports Q1 loss per share $0.14
  162. Cruz unloads with epic takedown of 'pathological liar,' 'narcissist' Donald Trump - CNN
  163. Navy SEAL killed in Iraq after ISIS broke through Peshmerga lines - CNN
  164. Sheldon Silver, Ex-New York Assembly Speaker, Gets 12-Year Prison Sentence - New York Times
  165. 'I Guess It Really Did Happen': Tony Award Nominees React - New York Times
  166. The Latest: Suspect in fatal interstate shooting has record - Washington Post
  167. BRIEF-Amsurg Q1 earnings per share $0.53
  168. U.S.-funded abstinence programs not working in Africa
  169. Cookson warns cheats as UCI showcases motor detection method
  170. Ex-Ecuador FA official gets year in jail as part of FIFA probe
  171. BRIEF-Amgen says FDA grants priority review for supplemental biologics license application for Blincyto
  172. BRIEF-Imprivata Inc Q1 non-gaap loss per share $0.21
  173. BRIEF-Press Ganey Holdings Inc Q1 adjusted EPS $0.27
  174. BRIEF-Glaukos raises 2016 net sales forecast
  175. BRIEF-Prothena Q1 loss per share $0.81
  176. Washington's 2015 subway fire showed widespread safety lapses: agency - Reuters
  177. 3 Dead in Small Plane Crash on Long Island: Police - NBC New York
  178. Prep football player charged with felony for exposing himself in team photo - USA TODAY High School Sports
  179. Some dogs can't help inhaling kibble and getting fat — it's in their genes - Washington Post
  180. Flu strikes fewer infants when pregnant women get vaccinated - Reuters
  181. Monkey bars alert: Playground concussions are on the rise - Naples Herald
  182. A Third of Antibiotic Prescriptions are Just Wrong - NBCNews.com
  183. Listeria Infections Lead to Larger Recall at Safeway, Costco - Fortune
  184. Another big verdict in talc case against Johnson & Johnson - Washington Post
  185. New Study Reveals Why 'Biggest Loser' Winners Often Regain Weight - ABC News
  186. Teens say they're addicted to technology. Here's how parents can help. - Washington Post
  187. American killed in Iraq after ISIS broke through Peshmerga lines - CNN
  188. Buffalo Grove woman dies after Wisconsin shooting on family drive home - Chicago Tribune
  189. Will Hamilton Win a Record 13 Tony Awards? A Look at Its Nominations - Vulture
  190. Chicago schools say transgender kids should use bathrooms matching identity - USA TODAY
  191. Russia: Aleppo Cease-fire in Syria Could Come Soon - Voice of America
  192. Washington's Metro Fire Called Symptom of Aging Transit in U.S. - Bloomberg
  193. Sheldon Silver, Ex-New York Assembly Speaker, Gets 12-Year Prison Sentence - New York Times
  194. Cruz unloads with epic takedown of 'pathological liar,' 'narcissist' Donald Trump - CNN
  195. Regulatory Decision Summary - VITAMIN A (200,000 IU) and VITAMIN E (40 IU) ORAL LIQUID PREPARATION
  196. Science News » Webinar: Analyzing and Using RDoC Data in Your Research
  197. BRIEF-Insulet reaffirms second quarter and full year 2016 guidance
  198. BRIEF-Lantheus Holdings Q1 earnings per share $0.34
  199. Flu strikes fewer infants when pregnant women get vaccinated
  200. Polluted air may up risk of many cancers
  201. "Biggest Loser" study: Why keeping weight off is so hard - CBS News
  202. More than half of teens 'addicted' to phones, poll says - The Boston Globe
  203. Could infant colds, other infections raise type 1 diabetes risk? - UPI.com
  204. Getting high on Imodium dangerous, growing in popularity - UPI.com
  205. MLB reportedly may cancel Puerto Rico series because of Zika concerns - Washington Post
  206. Monkey bars alert: Playground concussions are on the rise - Naples Herald
  207. Johnson & Johnson Ordered To Pay $55M In Cancer Suit - CBS Local
  208. A Third of Antibiotic Prescriptions are Just Wrong - NBCNews.com
  209. American killed in Iraq after ISIS broke through Peshmerga lines - CNN
  210. Who Was Overlooked by the 2016 Tony Nominations? - Playbill.com
  211. NTSB cites 'ineffective inspection and maintenance practices' as causes of fatal 2015 Metro smoke incident - Washington Post
  212. Police: Hijacked Bus Strikes, Kills Pedestrian in DC - ABC News
  213. 50% of Teens Say They're Addicted to Smartphones - TIME
  214. Captain James Cook's centuries-old ship discovered in Newport Harbor - Washington Post
  215. ISIS Locks Girls in Cages With Human Skulls for Violating Shariah Dress Code
  216. Murray sets sights on record fifth Queen's Club title
  217. UPDATE 1-U.S. kills 39,000 turkeys in outbreak of mild bird flu -OIE
  218. BRIEF-Moody's confirms Valeant's B2 CFR, upgrades PDR to B2-PD, outlook negative
  219. BRIEF-S&P on Valeant - Corporate credit rating creditwatch revised to positive from developing
  220. MSF slams major UN powers over hospital attacks
  221. Assessment of total choline intakes in the United States
  222. Cruz unloads with epic takedown of 'pathological liar,' 'narcissist' Donald Trump - CNN
  223. Russia Sees Aleppo Truce Within Hours as UN Looks to Renew Talks - Bloomberg
  224. Too many people still take unneeded antibiotics: Study - UPI.com
  225. More Zika Cases As Senator Gets Briefed On The “Front Lines” In Dade - CBS Local
  226. 7 of 10 most profitable US hospitals are nonprofits - Allentown Morning Call
  227. Monkey bars alert: Playground concussions are on the rise - Naples Herald
  228. Woman wins $55 million verdict against Johnson & Johnson in ovarian cancer lawsuit, second such verdict in months - New York Daily News
  229. US families struggling with teens' phone addiction -report - Reuters
  230. "Biggest Loser" study: Why keeping weight off is so hard - CBS News
  231. Captain James Cook's centuries-old ship discovered in Newport Harbor - Washington Post
  232. NTSB report on fatal 2015 Metro smoke incident criticizes Metro, first-responders and FTA - Washington Post
  233. Yearbook prank lands high school student felony charge - Tulsa World
  234. Pedestrian struck and killed by hijacked Metrobus in DC, police say - Washington Post
  235. American killed in Iraq after ISIS broke through Peshmerga lines - CNN
  236. 'Hamilton' breaks Tony record with 16 nominations - Los Angeles Times
  237. Ted Cruz-Donald Trump fight boils over in Indiana - CNN
  238. Study links some positive effects to calorie restriction in nonobese adults
  239. VTT is developing customised snacks through 3D food printing
  240. BRIEF-Adocia strengthens its biochaperone combo patent portfolio
  241. BRIEF-Medtech announces first surgery with Rosa Spine in U.S.
  242. REFILE-BRIEF-Oryzon Genomics signs loan agreements for 10.5 mln euros
  243. U.S. kills 39,000 turkeys in outbreak of mild bird flu -OIE
  244. Rebels launch assault in Syria's Aleppo, diplomats strain to revive truce - Reuters
  245. The Biggest Loser Contestants Often Regain the Weight Because Their Metabolism Never Recovers, According to New ... - People Magazine
  246. 50% of Teens Say They're Addicted to Smartphones - TIME
  247. 7 of 10 most profitable US hospitals are nonprofits - Allentown Morning Call
  248. Johnson & Johnson loses another talcum powder cancer lawsuit - Los Angeles Times
  249. Psychotherapy should be first choice to treat chronic insomnia - Reuters
  250. Not All Fun and Games: Playground Injuries Rising - University of Utah Health Care