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  1. Women less likely than men to get cardiac rehab
  2. New HIV Cases Higher Among Young Adults, People Of Color - CBS Local
  3. CHD Risk From Night-Shift Work Seen to Change Over Time - Medscape
  4. Breast density letters may be understandable only for Ph.D. levels - Pulse Headlines
  5. Type 2 Diabetes May Damage Hearing, Study Finds - WebMD
  6. New NASA map shows Zika mosquitoes could reach northeast US this summer - AL.com
  7. Can You Hug Your Dog? Yes, but.... - New York Times
  8. Body reportedly found on Apple's campus - USA TODAY
  9. Bernie Sanders and Allies Aim to Shape Democrats' Agenda After Primaries - New York Times
  10. Not Even Chris Christie's Wife Could Handle Trump's Offensive 'Woman Card' Comment - Fortune
  11. Female suicide bomber wounds 13 in Turkish city of Bursa - Reuters
  12. Mother fatally shot by toddler who found gun in car, sheriff's office says - Washington Post
  13. Dennis Hastert gets 15 months in prison in hush money case - CNN
  14. Cruz expected to announce Carly Fiorina as his running mate - Washington Post
  15. Video » NIMH Director’s Innovation Speaker Series - Dr. Rosalind Picard, PhD
  16. BRIEF-FDA accepts resubmission of new drug application for rayaldee
  17. With more cash, we can eliminate malaria within our lifetime - ex-WHO official
  18. Exclusive: Wimbledon to focus on out-of-competition drug tests
  19. Quarterback Manziel to appear in Dallas court next week on assault charge
  20. One minute enough exercise to get health benefits, study says - UPI.com
  21. Regulatory Decision Summary - IDELVION
  22. NY / Region|Robert Durst's Transfer to a Los Angeles-Area Prison Is Approved - New York Times
  23. HIV cases spike for some MN groups - KARE
  24. Islamic Radicals Slaughtering Christians in Bangladesh, Says Bishop
  25. No, 'science' didn't 'prove' that dogs hate hugs - Washington Post
  26. CHD Risk From Night-Shift Work Seen to Change Over Time - Medscape
  27. Type 2 diabetes may damage hearing, study finds - UPI.com
  28. Letters Telling Women About Breast Density Are Often Too Darn Dense - NPR
  29. Dead body found at Apple's Infinite Loop headquarters - report - Apple Insider
  30. Cruz says he will make a 'major announcement' at afternoon rally - Washington Post
  31. Donald Trump's foreign policy: 'America first' - CNN
  32. BRIEF-Stallergenes Greer FY net result turns to loss of 8.8 mln euros
  33. BRIEF-Abivax ABX464 abstract selected for presentation at AIDS 2016 conference
  34. China pays price of western lifestyle with soaring childhood obesity
  35. The older you get, the more difficult it may become to 'smell' through your mouth: People are also generally better at detecting tastes than smells
  36. Dennis Hastert gets 15 months in prison in hush money case - CNN
  37. BRIEF-Mauna Kea Technologies Q1 sales up at 1.95 million euro
  38. BRIEF--Adocia and Lilly announce positive results from Phase 1b study of Lispro U100
  39. Brazil receives Olympic flame for Rio Games
  40. BRIEF-Guerbet Q1 revenue up 63.8 percent at 183.7 million euros
  41. BRIEF-Guerbet Q1 revenue jumps at 183.7 million euro
  42. BRIEF-PCAS to change its corporate name
  43. BRIEF-Amplitude Surgical Q3 sales up at 24.3 million euros
  44. Nadal to carry Spain flag at Rio Games
  45. Everyday stressors tied to sperm damage
  46. Once-fugitive real estate heir's plea deal approved - Beaumont Enterprise
  47. Female suicide bomber wounds 13 in Turkish city of Bursa - Reuters
  48. Rates of severe obesity among US kids still rising: study - CBS News
  49. No, 'science' didn't 'prove' that dogs hate hugs - Washington Post
  50. Breast density letters may be understandable only for Ph.D. levels - Pulse Headlines
  51. Hike in Heart Risk for Women in Long-Term Shift Work - MedPage Today
  52. New HIV Cases Higher Among Young Adults, People Of Color - CBS Local
  53. No time to get fit? Think again. Just 1 minute of intense exercise produces health benefits - Science Codex
  54. Man who jumped fence near White House committed robberies, sexual assaults, police say - Washington Post
  55. 'Sorry, my first kill was clumsy:' Chilling message left at scene of double homicide - AL.com
  56. Washington's 'unprecedented overreach' causing losses -asset manager Visium
  57. UPDATE 3-Boston Scientific profit beats as heart stent sales rise
  58. Got good fat?
  59. Regulatory Decision Summary – ICLUSIG
  60. Trump and Clinton: Bring on the general election - CNN
  61. Former House Speaker Dennis Hastert Faces Accuser at Sentence Hearing - ABC News
  62. Salah Abdeslam, key suspect in Paris attacks, handed over to France - Washington Post
  63. BRIEF-Xoma initiates Xoma 358 proof-of-concept study in patients with Hypoglycemia post gastric bypass surgery
  64. BRIEF-Biogen appoints Michael Ehlers, executive VP of R&D
  65. Pfizer to pay $784.6 million to resolve Wyeth false claims lawsuit
  66. Whole Foods wins dismissal of PETA lawsuit over meat claims
  67. U.S. sending veteran squad to Rio in bid for sixth women's basketball gold
  68. South Korea seeks Zika protection in Rio, Brits go patriotic
  69. Fear of Boko Haram deters displaced in Chad from going home - aid agencies
  70. UPDATE 1-Pfizer to pay $784.6 million to resolve Wyeth false claims lawsuit
  71. BRIEF-Immune Therapeutics says NAFDAC approves Lodonal
  72. BRIEF-Intellia Therapeutics sees IPO of 5 mln shares of common stock
  73. Robert Durst Sentenced to 7 Years on Weapons Conviction - People Magazine
  74. Cruz says he will make a 'major announcement' at afternoon rally - Washington Post
  75. 'Sorry, my first kill was clumsy,' reads scrawled note next to slain couple in San Jose double-homicide - Washington Post
  76. Kids From Poorer Families May Have Worse Food Allergy Care - Philly.com
  77. Study Reveals the High Cost of Norovirus Worldwide - Infection Control Today
  78. Dems See Zika Doom If Republicans Don't Quickly Fork Over $1.9 Billion - Daily Caller
  79. Child obesity has grown unabated since 1999, study finds - Los Angeles Times
  80. The Strong Evidence Against Spanking - The Atlantic
  81. Your dog doesn't want your hugs, psychologist says - Sacramento Bee
  82. Women are being tricked into thinking they have breast cancer ... accidentally - Morning Ticker
  83. US mother accidently shot dead by two-year-old son - BBC News
  84. Explosion reportedly wounds 3 in major Turkish city - Fox News
  85. The Daily 202: The Democratic Establishment strikes back in the Acela Primary - Washington Post
  86. Paris attack suspect's lawyers call him a 'little jerk' who's ready to talk - Fox News
  87. Four things to watch at Dennis Hastert's sentencing - Washington Post
  88. 'Sorry, my first kill was clumsy,' reads scrawled note next to slain couple in San Jose double-homicide - Washington Post
  89. Brexit Shadow Hides Deeper Cracks in U.K. Economic Firmament - Bloomberg
  90. Yahoo's Most Vocal Critic Is Now on Its Board - Fortune
  91. Summary Basis of Decision for SUNVEPRA
  92. Bored people reach for the chips
  93. BRIEF-Medical Prognosis Institute and Oncology Venture enter three deals on DRP's
  94. BRIEF-Anthem CEO sees need for more changes in Obamacare marketplace structure
  95. GSK finds axing doctor payments needn't torpedo sales
  96. UK lawmakers demand prosecutions for Hillsborough stadium deaths
  97. House Speaker Ryan: All options open on Zika funding
  98. UBS, MPM team up on $471 million cancer fund to speed drug development
  99. Brother: Sister fatally shot by 2-year-old son in Milwaukee - Greeneville Sun
  100. Difficulty in remembering how to get around in new surroundings could be early sign of Alzheimer's - NH Voice
  101. Norovirus is tragically common - Medical Xpress
  102. FDA warns yeast infection drug may cause miscarriage - Fox News
  103. Plateau But No Decline: Child Obesity Rates Hold Steady - NPR
  104. The Strong Evidence Against Spanking - The Atlantic
  105. Your dog doesn't want your hugs, psychologist says - Sacramento Bee
  106. Dense breast tissue notifications are generally hard to decipher, study finds - Maine News Online
  107. Real estate heir Durst faces sentencing in New Orleans gun case - The Fiscal Times
  108. Anthem's individual Obamacare enrollment grew more than expected
  109. BRIEF-Cerebain Biotech provides update on Alzheimer's device development
  110. The Daily 202: The Democratic Establishment strikes back in the Acela Primary - Washington Post
  111. Key suspect in Paris attacks transferred from Brussels, reportedly ready to squeal - Fox News
  112. Dennis Hastert learns his fate today: prison or probation - Chicago Tribune
  113. Friends find married couple dead inside their San Jose home with disturbing message - WLS-TV
  114. Brexit would cost Britons a month's salary by 2020: OECD - Reuters
  115. BRIEF-Sobi CEO on Biogen assets: "not a time to bet the company"
  116. Eaton finds the edge in pursuit of decathlon supremacy
  117. Athletes chosen in NFL draft need to plan for the long game
  118. Cities around the world light up buildings 100 days before Rio
  119. BRIEF-Agenus commences phase 1 clinical trial of antibody to treat solid tumors
  120. BRIEF-Kangmei Pharma's Q1 net profit up 20.9 pct y/y
  121. BRIEF-Neogen acquires brazilian animal genomics company
  122. BRIEF-Sichuan Swellfun returns to profit in 2015, Q1 profit up
  123. Deals of the day- Mergers and acquisitions
  124. Child in back seat gets 'ahold of gun,' shoots and kills woman driving car - WGNO
  125. Jon Jones-Daniel Cormier now the main event at UFC 200 - ESPN
  126. Why Tim Cook is still optimistic after Apple's growth stalled in Q2 2016 - Macworld
  127. Zika alarm rings out in DC - The Hill
  128. FDA warns yeast infection drug may cause miscarriage - Fox News
  129. Rates of Severe Obesity Among US Kids Still Rising: Study - Montana Standard
  130. 5-decade study reveals fallout from spanking kids - CBS News
  131. Study: Your dog actually hates being hugged - Orlando Sentinel
  132. Young Gay and bisexual men are six times more likely to attempt suicide than elderly - Maine News Online
  133. Stunning discovery on Alzheimer's could change everything - Morning Ticker
  134. Study -- Breast density letters are too complex to read - Modern Readers
  135. Brazil's Hypermarcas posts strong Q1 profit on asset sales
  136. ExamWorks to be bought by Leonard Green in $2.2 bln deal
  137. Reducing waste while improving snack nutrition: Carrot pulp adds fiber, increases puffiness of snack foods
  138. Trump and Clinton: Bring on the general election - CNN
  139. Prime Paris attacks suspect transferred from Belgium to France - Fox News
  140. Dennis Hastert Sentencing: Here's What You Need to Know About Scandal - NBCNews.com
  141. CANADA STOCKS-Futures up as oil prices rise
  142. BRIEF-Dynavax Technologies receives notification of PDUFA extension for Heplisav-B
  143. BRIEF-Jiangzhong Pharma's 2015, Q1 net profits up
  144. BRIEF-Hualan Biological Engineering's Q1 net profit up 28.6 pct
  145. BRIEF-GSK CEO expects successor to be named towards end of 2016
  146. BRIEF-Neogenomics reports Q4 loss $0.07/shr
  147. Higher margins and new drugs help GlaxoSmithKline beat forecasts
  148. China's Regime on Rampage to Destroy More Christian Churches in Demolition Campaign
  149. Brexit would cost Britons a month's salary by 2020: OECD - Reuters
  150. Transgender Teen Suspended For Using 'Wrong' Bathroom Fights Back - CBS Local
  151. Let's Talk: Aren't Health Care Providers Expected to Discuss Medical Reports With Patients? - Huffington Post
  152. Why having a food allergy costs more for the poorest kids - Los Angeles Times
  153. Zika alarm rings out in DC - The Hill
  154. 5-decade study reveals fallout from spanking kids - 10TV
  155. Rates of Severe Obesity Among US Kids Still Rising: Study - Montana Standard
  156. Young Gay and bisexual men are six times more likely to attempt suicide than elderly - Maine News Online
  157. Scientists make shocking Alzheimer's discovery - BABW News
  158. Ted Cruz on Brexit: UK 'will be at front' of trade queue - USA TODAY
  159. Supreme Court To Hear Arguments In McDonnell Corruption Case - NPR
  160. Couple found dead in home with disturbing message - My Fox Boston
  161. Van Hollen defeats Edwards in heated Maryland primary for US Senate - Washington Post
  162. Dennis Hastert Sentencing: Here's What You Need to Know About Scandal - NBCNews.com
  163. Salah Abdeslam, Main Paris Attacks Suspect, Is Extradited to France - New York Times
  164. Trump, Clinton score major victories - CNN
  165. BRIEF-Hubei Biocause Pharma returns to profit in Q1
  166. BRIEF-Bionor Pharma announces departure of CEO
  167. Finland's Orion beats market expectations in first quarter
  168. BRIEF-Finland's Orion to buy back shares
  169. BRIEF-Tonghua Dongbao Pharma's Q1 net profit up 32.5 pct
  170. Hamilton needs a Russian hat-trick
  171. Hillsborough inquests: Calls for police accountability - BBC News
  172. Let's Talk: Aren't Health Care Providers Expected to Discuss Medical Reports With Patients? - Huffington Post
  173. Difficulty in remembering directions could be counted as very early sign of Alzheimer's - Maine News Online
  174. Young gay and bisexual men six times more likely to attempt suicide than older counterparts - Medical Xpress
  175. Rates of Severe Obesity Among US Kids Still Rising: Study - Montana Standard
  176. 5-decade study reveals fallout from spanking kids - 10TV
  177. Zika alarm rings out in DC - The Hill
  178. $185 million gift launches UCSF Weill Institute for Neurosciences - Chico Enterprise-Record
  179. Dennis Hastert Sentencing: Here's What You Need to Know About Scandal - NBCNews.com
  180. Van Hollen defeats Edwards in heated Maryland primary for US Senate - Washington Post
  181. Ted Cruz on Brexit: UK 'will be at front' of trade queue - USA TODAY
  182. Message at murder scene read 'sorry my first kill was clumsy' - STV News
  183. Supreme Court To Hear Arguments In McDonnell Corruption Case - NPR
  184. Hamilton needs a Russian hat-trick
  185. BRIEF-Tonghua Dongbao Pharma's Q1 net profit up 32.5 pct
  186. BRIEF-Finland's Orion to buy back shares
  187. Finland's Orion beats market expectations in first quarter
  188. BRIEF-Hubei Biocause Pharma returns to profit in Q1
  189. Trump, Clinton score major victories - CNN
  190. Salah Abdeslam, Main Paris Attacks Suspect, Is Extradited to France - New York Times
  191. BRIEF-Bionor Pharma announces departure of CEO
  192. Hillsborough inquests: Calls for police accountability - BBC News
  193. Let's Talk: Aren't Health Care Providers Expected to Discuss Medical Reports With Patients? - Huffington Post
  194. Difficulty in remembering directions could be counted as very early sign of Alzheimer's - Maine News Online
  195. Young gay and bisexual men six times more likely to attempt suicide than older counterparts - Medical Xpress
  196. Significant rise in childhood obesity rate from 1999 to 2014, most dramatic in severest forms of obesity - PerfScience
  197. 5-decade study reveals fallout from spanking kids - 10TV
  198. Zika alarm rings out in DC - The Hill
  199. $185 million gift launches UCSF Weill Institute for Neurosciences - Chico Enterprise-Record
  200. Van Hollen defeats Edwards in heated Maryland primary for US Senate - Washington Post
  201. Chilling note reportedly left at California couple's murder scene - Fox News
  202. Clash over anti-Trump motion boils over in Anaheim: 'Keep your noses out of the national election' - Los Angeles Times
  203. Bob McDonnell's strange bedfellows - Politico
  204. Apple Forecasts Second Sales Drop as iPhone Woes Deepen - Bloomberg
  205. Suspect in Paris attacks extradited to France from Belgium - Reuters
  206. Trump, Clinton score major victories - CNN
  207. BRIEF-Renhe Pharmacy's Q1 net profit up 40.8 pct
  208. BRIEF-Huapont Life Sciences' Q1 net profit down 8.9 pct
  209. BRIEF-Zhejiang NHU's Q1 net profit up 93.6 pct
  210. BRIEF-Shanghai RAAS Blood Products' Q1 net profit down 17.5 pct
  211. Infantino brings vision of new FIFA to Asia
  212. For Victim's Sister, Hastert's Sentencing Will Be 'What We Were Hoping for' - NBCNews.com
  213. Let's Talk: Aren't Health Care Providers Expected to Discuss Medical Reports With Patients? - Huffington Post
  214. Trouble with sense of direction may be linked to early Alzheimer's - UPI.com
  215. 5-decade study reveals fallout from spanking kids - CBS News
  216. Democrats turn up the heat on Republicans to act on Zika - CNN
  217. Rates of Severe Obesity Among US Kids Still Rising: Study - Montana Standard
  218. Young gay and bisexual men six times more likely to attempt suicide than older counterparts - Medical Xpress
  219. Ted Cruz recreates scene from 'Hoosiers' in Indiana, refers to 'basketball ring' - Washington Post
  220. Details of sex abuse could mean prison time for Hastert - Peoria Public Radio
  221. Inside Donald Trumps Secret Policy Shop - Daily Beast
  222. Salah Abdeslam, Alleged Paris Attacks Plotter, Is Handed to French Authorities - NBCNews.com
  223. Van Hollen defeats Edwards in heated Maryland primary for US Senate - Washington Post
  224. Trump, Clinton score major victories - CNN
  225. Clash over anti-Trump motion boils over in Anaheim: 'Keep your noses out of the national election' - Los Angeles Times
  226. BRIEF-Serodus Q1 operating loss narrows to NOK 8.2 million
  227. BRIEF-Sobi Q1 EBITA beats forecast, repeats 2016 outlook
  228. BRIEF-Carmat completes its EUR 50.0 mln reserved capital increase
  229. Swiss stocks - Factors to watch on April 27
  230. BRIEF-Sobi CEO says currently not looking to sell the company
  231. French and Benelux stocks-Factors to watch on April 27
  232. BRIEF-Hansa Medical Q1 operating loss widens to SEK 19.9 million
  233. Bob McDonnell's strange bedfellows - Politico
  234. Trouble with sense of direction may be linked to early Alzheimer's - UPI.com
  235. In setback, a majority of FDA experts reject Sarepta's emotional campaign to gain Duchenne - FierceBiotech
  236. Democrats turn up the heat on Republicans to act on Zika - CNN
  237. Analysis concludes spanking children causes more harm than good - cleveland.com
  238. Child Obesity Has Grown Unabated - Sci-Tech Today
  239. Young gay and bisexual men six times more likely to attempt suicide than older counterparts - Medical Xpress
  240. Let's Talk: Aren't Health Care Providers Expected to Discuss Medical Reports With Patients? - Huffington Post
  241. Trouble with sense of direction may be linked to early Alzheimer's - UPI.com
  242. Let's Talk: Aren't Health Care Providers Expected to Discuss Medical Reports With Patients? - Huffington Post
  243. Chris Van Hollen and Katie McGinty Win Senate Primary Races - New York Times
  244. How not to get away with robbery: Hop the White House fence - Washington Post
  245. Victims in 1989 soccer stadium tragedy not to blame, jury rules - CBS News
  246. Supreme Court weighs Virginia ex-governor's corruption appeal - Reuters
  247. Dennis Hastert Awaits Sentence in Hush-Money Case - ABC News
  248. Ted Cruz recreates scene from 'Hoosiers' in Indiana, refers to 'basketball ring' - Washington Post
  249. Clash over anti-Trump motion boils over in Anaheim: 'Keep your noses out of the national election' - Los Angeles Times
  250. Trump, Clinton score major victories - CNN