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  1. Obesity and male infertility: A global health problem
  2. Join NCCIH at the International Congress on Integrative Medicine and Health
  3. 7.0 quake strikes Japan; rescuers try to free residents - CNN
  4. On 2015 tax returns, Obama reports lowest annual income since taking office - Washington Post
  5. Police: Tiger kills zookeeper in Fla. zoo - USA TODAY
  6. Judge overturns 1957 cold case murder conviction, Jack McCullough goes free - CNN
  7. 22 women to join Army's infantry, armor branches as officers - Stars and Stripes
  8. BRIEF-Evoke Pharma, MLV & Co LLC mutually agreed to terminate at market issuance sales agreement, dated Nov 13, 2014
  9. BRIEF-Parnell Pharmaceuticals to offer shares with aggregate offering price $5 mln
  10. BRIEF-Fda approves gilotrif (afatinib) as new oral treatment option for squamous cell carcinoma of the lung
  11. BRIEF-Morgan stanley reports 8.1 pct passive stake in Eagle Pharma
  12. BRIEF-Infusystem to acquire infusion pump assets from Infusaid
  13. BRIEF-Presbia files for mixed shelf of up to $75 million - SEC Filing
  14. BRIEF-Ligand Pharma reports 39.8 pct active stake in Viking Therapeutics
  15. Galaxy's de Jong suspended three games for foul tackle
  16. Many older black women miss out on targeted breast cancer drug
  17. FDA rejects Chiasma's drug to treat growth disorder
  18. Angela Merkel Allows Turkey to Press Case Against German Comic - New York Times
  19. Apple doesn't consider government intrusion a primary iPhone security threat, yet - TechCrunch
  20. Doctors Unsure About How To Talk With Patients About End-Of-Life Care - NPR
  21. Florida Woman Suffers From Rare Skin Condition That Makes Her Allergic To Own Sweat And Tears - Headlines & Global News
  22. First live virtual reality surgery can change the medical world - Pulse Headlines
  23. Zika Mutates Extremely Quickly, Which Is Why It's So Scary - TIME
  24. CDC reports e-cigarette use skyrocketing among teens - NOLA.com
  25. Study: Dyson hand dryers spread more germs than paper towels, other dryers - UPI.com
  26. Company To Tell Customers Its Food Is Too Unhealthy To Eat Every Day - Huffington Post
  27. New York teen badly injured by exploding e-cigarette - CBS News
  28. Zika Mutates Extremely Quickly, Which Is Why It's So Scary - TIME
  29. Study: Dyson hand dryers spread more germs than paper towels, other dryers - UPI.com
  30. Lay off the sauce there's too much sugar, salt and fat, maker says - STLtoday.com
  31. Doctors Unsure About How To Talk With Patients About End-Of-Life Care - NPR
  32. Sarah Palin: Bill Nye the Science Guy 'is as much a scientist as I am' - New York Daily News
  33. Adam Silver: NC law 'problematic' to NBA; no All-Star Game decision - ESPN
  34. Exclusive: Army approves first 22 female officers for ground combat jobs - USA TODAY
  35. Mountain lion prowls high school campus in Granada Hills - Los Angeles Times
  36. Florida zookeeper dies after being attacked by tiger - CBS News
  37. Man wrongly convicted in Ill. girl's 1957 murder is released - CBS News
  38. 7.0 quake strikes Japan after earlier one kills 9 - CNN
  39. Defiant Blatter regrets he did not reform FIFA
  40. Widely Used Type 2 Diabetes Drug May Reduce Cancer Death Risk - Philly.com
  41. CDC reports e-cigarette use skyrocketing among teens - NOLA.com
  42. First live virtual reality surgery can change the medical world - Pulse Headlines
  43. Florida Woman Suffers From Rare Skin Condition That Makes Her Allergic To Own Sweat And Tears - Headlines & Global News
  44. Living Near Green Spaces Helps You Live Longer, New Study Shows - NBCNews.com
  45. Some Food Packages Will Tell You How Often You Should Eat What's Inside - ABC News
  46. Docs Still Flinching on Advanced Care Planning - MedPage Today
  47. Jack McCullough freed after conviction vacated in '57 Sycamore murder - Chicago Tribune
  48. Zac Brown regrets 'using poor judgment' for attending party where strippers arrested for drugs - Fox News
  49. DC mayor wants nation's capital to become 51st state - USA TODAY
  50. Exclusive: Army approves first 22 female officers for ground combat jobs - USA TODAY
  51. Jokes About Erdogan Aren't Funny in Germany - The Atlantic
  52. Kasich to female college student: 'Don't go to parties where there's a lot of alcohol' - CNN
  53. Pope Francis Cites Travel Plans for Not Greeting Bernie Sanders and Others at Vatican City Event - New York Times
  54. 2nd strong quake hits southern Japan; some reported trapped - Washington Post
  55. BRIEF-RXI Pharmaceuticals says reverse stock split of shares at a ratio of 1-for-10
  56. What to Watch in the Week Ahead and on Monday, April 18
  57. CDC: Mixed News for U.S. Kids and Tobacco Use - MedPage Today
  58. Watching surgery in VR isn't for the faint of heart - Engadget
  59. Rare Condition Makes Florida Woman Allergic To Own Sweat, Tears - Tech Times
  60. New York teen badly injured by exploding e-cigarette - CBS News
  61. Sean Parker, Silicon Valley's bad boy genius, wants to kick the *!$% out of cancer - Washington Post
  62. Donald Trump vs. New York City - The New Yorker
  63. Georgia Principal Paddles Boy; Mom Says She 'Couldn't Do Anything' - NBCNews.com
  64. Jokes About Erdogan Aren't Funny in Germany - The Atlantic
  65. John Kasich Advises Female Student Not to 'Go to Parties Where There's a Lot of Alcohol' - ABC News
  66. Obama is urging the FCC to open up the cable box so you can watch TV how you really want - Washington Post
  67. Health Officials Split Over Advice on Pregnancy in Zika Areas - New York Times
  68. 7.0 quake strikes Japan after earlier one kills 9 - CNN
  69. Bernie Sanders: I annotated a speech by Pope Francis - Washington Post
  70. Judge overturns 1957 cold case murder conviction, Jack McCullough goes free - CNN
  71. Toward a better nutritional facts panel
  72. Renata Hesse to head Justice Department's Antitrust Division
  73. Fitch Affirms Healthcare Realty Trust at 'BBB'; Outlook Stable
  74. No clear favorites for Boston Marathon in Olympic year
  75. Kobe's retirement a dark day for his fans in China
  76. CDC: Mixed News for U.S. Kids and Tobacco Use - MedPage Today
  77. Living Near Green Spaces Helps You Live Longer, New Study Shows - NBCNews.com
  78. Watching surgery in VR isn't for the faint of heart - Engadget
  79. Rare Condition Makes Florida Woman Allergic To Own Sweat, Tears - Tech Times
  80. Is Coconut Oil Bad for Your Cholesterol? - Huffington Post
  81. Study: Worm infection counters inflammatory bowel disease - UPI.com
  82. New York teen badly injured by exploding e-cigarette - CBS News
  83. Obama Presses for Open Market for Cable Set-Top Boxes - New York Times
  84. Germany's Merkel OKs possible prosecution of comic for insulting Turkey's Erdogan - CNN
  85. AP Explains: Why Brazilian president faces impeachment - Washington Post
  86. Coachella 2016: Live coverage of the bands, the fashion, the scene - Los Angeles Times
  87. Have we become hapless on helping the homeless? - Washington Blade
  88. Health Officials Split Over Advice on Pregnancy in Zika Areas - New York Times
  89. 7.0 quake strikes Japan after earlier one kills 9 - CNN
  90. Bernie Sanders: I annotated a speech by Pope Francis - Washington Post
  91. Consultation: Notice Regarding Dear Health Care Professional Letters for Notice of Compliance with Conditions
  92. BRIEF-21st Century Oncology Holdings Inc expects FY pro forma adjusted EBITDA of $155-$170 million
  93. BRIEF-Diagnocure decides to proceed with voluntary liquidation and dissolution
  94. UPDATE 1-India's Alkem Labs accused of fudging trial data by German regulator
  95. UPDATE 1-Ex-NFL star Gault is fined in SEC fraud case, will appeal
  96. UPDATE 1-Ivorian football star Drogba threatens legal action over attacks on his charity
  97. Muslims Killed by ISIS for Helping Christians Escape al-Qaryatain
  98. CDC: Mixed News for U.S. Kids and Tobacco Use - MedPage Today
  99. Living Near Green Spaces Helps You Live Longer, New Study Shows - NBCNews.com
  100. Some Food Packages Will Tell You How Often You Should Eat What's Inside - ABC News
  101. Watching surgery in VR isn't for the faint of heart - Engadget
  102. Study with mice may lead to treatment for stuttering - UPI.com
  103. Rare Condition Makes Florida Woman Allergic To Own Sweat, Tears - Tech Times
  104. Sean Parker, Silicon Valley's bad boy genius, wants to kick the *!$% out of cancer - Washington Post
  105. BRIEF-PTC Therapeutics says NICE recommends Translarna for treatment of patients with nonsense mutation duchenne muscular dystrophy in England
  106. Jack McCullough 1957 murder conviction vacated; released on bond until new trial - WLS-TV
  107. Germany's Merkel OKs possible prosecution of comic for insulting Turkey's Erdogan - CNN
  108. Video shows school administrators threatening boy with wooden paddle - CBS News
  109. Obama is urging the FCC to open up the cable box so you can watch TV how you really want - Washington Post
  110. A Look at Charles Manson Follower Leslie Van Houten's Role in 1969 Killings - ABC News
  111. Belgian Transport Minister Resigns Amid Security Shortcomings - Wall Street Journal
  112. League approves rule to put ads on jerseys starting in 2017
  113. WADA will need two years to implement IOC proposal: Reedie
  114. BRIEF-Ose Pharma and Effimune announce signing of merger treaty
  115. BRIEF-Otcpharm to liquidate DONELLE COMPANY LIMITED
  116. Special warm up could cut injuries, save millions of dollars in youth soccer
  117. Lower-carb diet slows growth of aggressive brain tumor in mouse models
  118. FDA approves folic acid fortification of corn masa flour
  119. Record food bank use highlights 'burning inequality' in UK, says Unite
  120. Fact check: The Brooklyn Democratic debate - USA TODAY
  121. Coachella: Plenty of bros, but where are the female headliners? - Los Angeles Times
  122. Health Officials Split Over Advice on Pregnancy in Zika Areas - New York Times
  123. Living Near Green Spaces Helps You Live Longer, New Study Shows - NBCNews.com
  124. Bradley Cooper Gives Heartfelt Speech About Losing His Father to Cancer - E! Online
  125. Rare Condition Makes Florida Woman Allergic To Own Sweat, Tears - Tech Times
  126. Watching surgery in VR isn't for the faint of heart - Engadget
  127. Uncle Ben's and Other Food Products Will Tell You How Often You Should Eat Them - ABC News
  128. Study with mice may lead to treatment for stuttering - UPI.com
  129. Study: Worm infection counters inflammatory bowel disease - UPI.com
  130. Watching surgery in VR isn't for the faint of heart - Engadget
  131. Dolmio and Uncle Ben's firm Mars defends limit on products - BBC News
  132. Antibiotics In Animal Feed May Be Increasing Drug-Resistant Bacteria Globally - Headlines & Global News
  133. Study: Worm infection counters inflammatory bowel disease - UPI.com
  134. Health Officials Split Over Advice on Pregnancy in Zika Areas - New York Times
  135. Scientists uncover a potential approach to combat obesity in those prone to weight gain
  136. Perennial contending Spurs content outside spotlight
  137. James wants to make his own NBA history with Cavs
  138. Warriors look to cap magical season with title run
  139. Puberty timing influenced by both parents
  140. 'Christian Disneyland' Theme Park Features Crucifixion Reenactments, Robotic Jesus
  141. Rare Condition Makes Florida Woman Allergic To Own Sweat, Tears - Tech Times
  142. New York teen badly injured by exploding e-cigarette - CBS News
  143. BRIEF-Sienna senior living announces dividend of $0.075 per common share for month of April 2016
  144. Bradley Cooper Gives Heartfelt Speech About Losing His Father to Cancer - E! Online
  145. Ex-NFL star Gault to pay fine, ending SEC fraud case
  146. BRIEF-Pharmstandard recommends no FY 2015 dividend payment
  147. BRIEF-Ariad presents updated Phase 1/2 clinical data on brigatinib
  148. Poor patient warfarin knowledge may increase risk of deadly side effects
  149. Poor patient warfarin knowledge may increase risk of deadly side effects
  150. In brawling Brooklyn debate, Clinton and Sanders define big differences - Los Angeles Times
  151. Merkel allows prosecution of German comedian who mocked Turkish president - Washington Post
  152. Belgium minister resigns after airport security lapses leak - CBS News
  153. Baby pulled from Japan quake rubble as aftershocks hinder rescues - CBS News
  154. UPDATE 1-EU extends safety review of chronic Hep C treatments
  155. Latest battle to wipe out polio begins with vast vaccine switch
  156. Latest battle to wipe out polio begins with vast vaccine switch
  157. BRIEF-Allied Solutions expands partnership with Cachet Financial Solutions
  158. BRIEF-North China Pharmaceutical plans to issue up to 700 mln yuan bonds
  159. FIFA President Infantino to visit World Cup host Russia, Qatar
  160. Hungarian Games? Budapest will test drive for more frugal Olympics
  161. Deals of the day- Mergers and acquisitions
  162. Adams secures chance to defend title at Rio Olympics
  163. Ex-NFL star Gault to pay fine, ending SEC fraud case
  164. EU extends safety review of chronic Hep C treatments
  165. Former NY Assembly Speaker Sheldon Silver Used Position to Advance Mistresses' Careers: Documents - Wall Street Journal
  166. New York Post endorses Trump: He reflects the best of 'New York values' - Washington Post
  167. Autism insurance assistance legislation passes state Senate - Daily Ardmoreite
  168. Former Facebook President Sean Parker Launches Initiative To Foster Collaboration Among Cancer Researchers - Tech Times
  169. Parasitic infection enables helpful bacteria to displace harmful ones in mice and humans - Medical Xpress
  170. Florida Woman's skin hypersensitive to emotional stress and exercise due to rare condition - NH Voice
  171. Mars Food Tells Customers to Go Easy on the Pasta Sauce - NBCNews.com
  172. British Hospital Livestreams Surgery in Virtual Reality - I4U News
  173. Antibiotics In Animal Feed May Be Increasing Drug-Resistant Bacteria Globally - Headlines & Global News
  174. Health Officials Split Over Advice on Pregnancy in Zika Areas - New York Times
  175. 'My Friends Call Me Czechia': Czech Republic Aims To Rebrand With Shorter Name - NPR
  176. Obama is urging the FCC to open up the cable box so you can watch TV how you really want - Washington Post
  177. BRIEF-Cellectar Biosciences prices $7,000,000 public offering at $2.13/shr
  178. Lower-carb diet slows growth of aggressive brain tumor in mouse models
  179. Fact check: The Brooklyn Democratic debate - USA TODAY
  180. How Brazil, the darling of the developing world, came undone - Washington Post
  181. Merkel allows prosecution of German comedian who mocked Turkish president - Washington Post
  182. Britain arrests 5 suspects in widening probes after Brussels attacks - Washington Post
  183. New York Post endorses Trump: He reflects the best of 'New York values' - Washington Post
  184. North Korea's missile launch has failed, South's military says - Washington Post
  185. Boko Haram 2014 Mass Kidnapping Update: Footage Shows 'Proof of Life'
  186. Students run mobile amputee clinic in Syria
  187. BRIEF-First Choice Healthcare Solutions reiterates 2016 revenue guidance of $30 million
  188. Crimea seeks national soccer team, but doesn't want to offend
  189. BRIEF-Dentsply Sirona CEO Bret Wise's 2015 compensation was $6.5 mln vs $6.1 mln in 2014
  190. BRIEF-Intellipharmaceutics reports Q1 loss per share $0.09
  191. EU extends safety review of chronic Hep C treatments
  192. BRIEF-Starboard comments on Depomed's decision to withdraw reincorporation proposal
  193. BRIEF-Orexigen Therapeutics says has terminated Convene trial
  194. BRIEF-Newlink Genetics receives $2.8 mln award from DTRA to develop a multivalent filovirus vaccine
  195. Today: A Manson Family Parole? The New Shell Game. - Los Angeles Times
  196. The Czech Republic is getting a new name: Czechia - Washington Post
  197. Body-Scanning Mirror Captures Your Body In 3D - Tech Times
  198. Autism insurance assistance legislation passes state Senate - Daily Ardmoreite
  199. Intestinal worms may be our frenemies: They cultivate bacteria to block diseases - Ars Technica
  200. Dolmio and Uncle Ben's firm Mars advises limit on products - BBC News
  201. Florida Woman's skin hypersensitive to emotional stress and exercise due to rare condition - NH Voice
  202. UK doc performs world's first live virtual reality operation - CTV News
  203. Antibiotics In Animal Feed May Be Increasing Drug-Resistant Bacteria Globally - Headlines & Global News
  204. How Contagious Is Zika? - NPR
  205. India's Alkem Labs accused of fudging trial data by German regulator
  206. UPDATE 1-Advent, Baxter preparing bids for India's Gland Pharma -sources
  207. WHO group backs Sanofi's vaccine in areas with high dengue rates
  208. Bernie Sanders' supporters are fighting back, but they might be hurting his campaign - Los Angeles Times
  209. Belgian minister quits; 5 terror arrests in UK - USA TODAY
  210. Baby pulled from Japan earthquake rubble as aftershocks slow rescue efforts - CBS News
  211. How Brazil, the darling of the developing world, came undone - Washington Post
  212. North Korea's failed missile launch prompts 'saber-rattling' jibe from China media - Reuters
  213. PRESS DIGEST- Canada - April 15
  214. Religion, rights and politics clash over Sierra Leone abortion bill
  215. ISIS Slaughters Civilians Begging, Crawling for Lives in Video, as Obama Claims Terror Group Is Losing
  216. Mars Food tells customers to go easy on the pasta sauce
  217. India's Alkem Labs accused of fudging trial data by German regulator
  218. Advent, Baxter preparing bids for India's Gland Pharma: sources
  219. Murray storms into Monte Carlo last four
  220. Australia's Lee continues to lead in Hawaii
  221. UPDATE 1-WHO group backs Sanofi's vaccine in areas with high dengue rates
  222. CANADA STOCKS-Futures weak as oil prices fall before producers' meet
  223. Merkel Allows Probe of German Comedian Over Erdogan Satire - Bloomberg
  224. The Czech Republic is getting a new name: Czechia - Washington Post
  225. Obama to Help Push for Open Market for Cable Set-Top Boxes - New York Times
  226. State Senate votes to reform autism program services - Washington Post
  227. How LSD Makes Your Brain One With The Universe - NPR
  228. Eat Some Worms? Parasites May Actually Help Stomach and Bowel Diseases - NBCNews.com
  229. Mars Food Tells Customers to Go Easy on the Pasta Sauce - NBCNews.com
  230. Woman Allergic To Own Tears, Sweat Shares 'Torture,' Reveals 'Depression Over Sickness - Counsel & Heal
  231. World's first live VR surgery aims to educate medical students watching the video - PerfScience
  232. Antibiotic Use in Animal Feed Increasing Drug-Resistant Bacteria Worldwide - I4U News
  233. Health Officials Split Over Advice on Pregnancy in Zika Areas - New York Times
  234. UPDATE 1-Advent, Baxter preparing bids for India's Gland Pharma -sources
  235. WHO group backs Sanofi's vaccine in areas with high dengue rates
  236. CLINTON-SANDERS in Brooklyn -- TRUMP in Manhattan -- COL ALLAN leaving Post - Politico
  237. Belgian minister quits; 5 terror arrests in UK - USA TODAY
  238. Baby pulled from Japan earthquake rubble as aftershocks slow rescue efforts - CBS News
  239. How Brazil, the darling of the developing world, came undone - Washington Post
  240. North Korea's failed missile launch prompts 'saber-rattling' jibe from China media - Reuters
  241. Merkel Allows Probe of German Comedian Over Erdogan Satire - Bloomberg
  242. India's Alkem Labs accused of fudging trial data by German regulator
  243. PRESS DIGEST- Canada - April 15
  244. ISIS Slaughters Civilians Begging, Crawling for Lives in Video, as Obama Claims Terror Group Is Losing
  245. Mars Food tells customers to go easy on the pasta sauce
  246. India's Alkem Labs accused of fudging trial data by German regulator
  247. Advent, Baxter preparing bids for India's Gland Pharma: sources
  248. Australia's Lee continues to lead in Hawaii
  249. UPDATE 1-WHO group backs Sanofi's vaccine in areas with high dengue rates
  250. CANADA STOCKS-Futures weak as oil prices fall before producers' meet