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  1. Migrants sent back from Greece arrive in Turkey under EU deal - Reuters
  2. As Cruz hits Trump on the trail, he wages a quieter assault on Kasich - Washington Post
  3. Waistline may predict heart disease better than weight - UPI.com
  4. Severe obesity can be treated with non-surgical procedure - Modern Readers
  5. Chihuahua apprehended after mad dash across San Francisco's Bay Bridge - Washington Post
  6. Artificial skin with hair follicles and sweat glands has many vital uses - PerfScience
  7. Rick Scott's misleading talking point about 'record' funding for HIV/AIDS - Tampabay.com
  8. Less-invasive heart valve implant outperforms surgery in study - Reuters
  9. Greece sends first refugees back to Turkey under new EU deal - CNN
  10. 800 Australians investigated after offshore accounts leak - Washington Post
  11. Amtrak to run as scheduled Monday after deadly derailment - Washington Post
  12. CHP pursues Chihuahua on Bay Bridge then gives him a fitting name - Los Angeles Times
  13. Revered Indian Leader Joe Medicine Crow, Last Crow War Chief, Dies at 102 - NBCNews.com
  14. Abby Wambach arrested on DUI charge - USA TODAY
  15. What's behind educational divide in GOP White House race - Washington Post
  16. Remember the 'Rope a Dope', Hamilton reminds Rosberg
  17. BRIEF-Serodus to evaluate financing options for lead programs
  18. BRIEF-Hansa Medical: Ulf Wiinberg proposed as new Chairman
  19. BRIEF-Moberg Pharma says completes divestment of three brands for $10.4 mln
  20. BRIEF-FDA clears Hansa Medical's IND application for IdeS in kidney transplantation
  21. BRIEF-Pihlajalinna not to propose dividends to AMG
  22. BRIEF-Sectra says enters partnership with energy company on IT security
  23. BRIEF-Medtech sells 10 new ROSA robots in Q3
  24. News group claims massive trove of data on offshore accounts - CBS News
  25. Skin Successfully Grown From Sebacious Gland Could Help Skin Transplant Patients - Australia Network News
  26. Waistline may predict heart disease better than weight - UPI.com
  27. Obesity rises at unprecedented pace worldwide - Pittsburgh Post-Gazette
  28. Non-surgical method could be modern weight-loss tool - MicroCap Magazine
  29. Statin intolerance is real, researchers find - Santa Fe New Mexican
  30. Less-invasive heart valve implant outperforms surgery in study - Reuters
  31. Rick Scott's misleading talking point about 'record' funding for HIV/AIDS - Tampabay.com
  32. Tax authorities begin probes into some people named in Panama Papers leak - Reuters
  33. Amtrak train hits backhoe on track; 2 workers die - Chicago Sun-Times
  34. CHP pursues Chihuahua on Bay Bridge then gives him a fitting name - Los Angeles Times
  35. Trump doubles-down on allies paying more for US protection, vows to repeal ObamaCare - Fox News
  36. California driver hit by bus after escaping dangling SUV on cliff: police - Reuters
  37. US women's soccer star Wambach arrested for DUI, apologizes - Reuters
  38. Greece begins ferrying migrants to Turkey under landmark EU deal - Reuters
  39. RPT-BRIEF-Novo Nordisk says trial with Semaglutide improved glycaemic control
  40. BRIEF-Newron Pharmaceuticals says Zambon launches Xadago in Belgium for patients with mid-to late stage Parkinson's disease
  41. BRIEF-Novo says Victoza reduces glycated haemoglobin more than sitagliptin
  42. BRIEF-Pierrel unit starts trial phase of Smile prototype
  43. BRIEF-Therametrics Holding extends conversion date of its convertible shareholder loan
  44. BRIEF-AB Science announces positive interim results from phase 3 trial of masitinib
  45. Swiss stocks - Factors to watch on April 4
  46. Trump Says RNC Shouldn't Allow Kasich to Keep Running - NBCNews.com
  47. Artificial skin could grow hair and sweat glands - MicroCap Magazine
  48. Waistline may predict heart disease better than weight - UPI.com
  49. Sharapova positive test sparks renewed vigilance in NZ
  50. The new HIV/AIDS protection technique, Vaginal Ring – Miami Daily News - Daily Star Gazette
  51. Boy tests positive for Ebola in latest Liberia flare-up - Reuters
  52. Edwards Valve Beats Open Surgery in Broader Patient Group - Bloomberg
  53. Study confirms what millions taking statins have said for years - CBS News
  54. Obesity rises at unprecedented pace worldwide - Pittsburgh Post-Gazette
  55. Trump doubles-down on allies paying more for US protection, vows to repeal ObamaCare - Fox News
  56. The Best Of The 2016 ACM Awards! - US 99.5
  57. Royals hold off Mets' rally - CBSSports.com
  58. CHP pursues Chihuahua on Bay Bridge then gives him a fitting name - Los Angeles Times
  59. Tax authorities begin probes into some people named in Panama Papers leak - Reuters
  60. The Latest: Cruz praises supportive Wisconsin radio hosts - Washington Post
  61. Greece Grapples With Unrest Ahead of Migrant Transfers to Turkey - Nasdaq
  62. Amtrak Crash Kills Two More on Deadly Stretch of Pennsylvania Track - Daily Beast
  63. Dual device-drug therapy improves uncontrolled diabetes and obesity
  64. More dietary calcium may lower risk of cardiovascular disease
  65. Steroid medicine reduces function of calorie-burning brown fat
  66. Oxytocin nasal spray improves self-control in overweight men
  67. Tanning may protect skin against harmful UV irradiation but block vitamin D synthesis
  68. Curry pours in 39 as Warriors trounce Trail Blazers
  69. Study confirms what millions taking statins have said for years - CBS News
  70. Boy tests positive for Ebola in latest Liberia flare-up - Reuters
  71. Non-surgical procedure may be new weight-loss tool - UPI.com
  72. State health officials urged to get ready now for Zika in US (copy) - Mason City Globe Gazette
  73. Obesity rises at unprecedented pace worldwide - Pittsburgh Post-Gazette
  74. Edwards Valve Beats Open Surgery in Broader Patient Group - Bloomberg
  75. Waistline may predict heart disease better than weight - UPI.com
  76. Artificial skin grows hair and sweat glands - Engadget
  77. Deportation of migrants from Greece to Turkey starts Monday - STLtoday.com
  78. Tailender Kasich: Open GOP convention would be 'fun,' 'cool' - Washington Times
  79. The Weight: Season of great expectations begins; how did the Cubs get here? - Chicago Tribune
  80. Trump doubles-down on allies paying more for US protection, vows to repeal ObamaCare - Fox News
  81. Watch: CHP tries to collar Chihuahua on Bay Bridge - Los Angeles Times
  82. Former short track world champion Noh dies aged 23
  83. Without Irving, Cavs hold off Hornets
  84. Elevated levels of inflammation marker offsets benefits of good cholesterol
  85. BEAT hunger with safe, nonsurgical weight loss treatment
  86. Retired soccer star Abby Wambach arrested for DUI in Oregon - Washington Post
  87. NYC-bound Amtrak train delayed after hitting person on tracks near site of earlier Philadelphia derailment - New York Daily News
  88. News Group Claims Huge Trove of Data on Offshore Accounts - Bloomberg
  89. Boy tests positive for Ebola in latest Liberia flare-up - Reuters
  90. Artificial skin grows hair and sweat glands - Engadget
  91. Waistline may predict heart disease better than weight - UPI.com
  92. Dashing Hopes, Study Shows a Cholesterol Drug Had No Effect on Heart Health - New York Times
  93. Edwards Valve Beats Open Surgery in Broader Patient Group - Bloomberg
  94. Want a healthy body? It's all about that fat and muscle, not your BMI - KHOU.com
  95. State health officials urged to get ready now for Zika in US (copy) - Mason City Globe Gazette
  96. The Latest: Amtrak services to resume Monday after accident - Washington Post
  97. New England hit with spring snowstorm, braces for another - Washington Post
  98. The Weight: Season of great expectations begins; how did the Cubs get here? - Chicago Tribune
  99. Trump doubles-down on allies paying more for US protection, vows to repeal ObamaCare - Fox News
  100. Deportation of migrants from Greece to Turkey starts Monday - STLtoday.com
  101. Leaked Files Detail Offshore Accounts Tied to World Leaders - New York Times
  102. Retired soccer star Abby Wambach arrested for DUI in Oregon - Washington Post
  103. Trump refuses to rule out third party run if he loses GOP nomination - Los Angeles Times
  104. Samsung brings in the lawyers for biosimilars push
  105. Marquez wins in Argentina to take overall lead
  106. Ko birdies final hole to win LPGA major at ANA Inspiration
  107. Samsung brings in the lawyers for biosimilars push
  108. Boy tests positive for Ebola in latest Liberia flare-up - Reuters
  109. Artificial skin grows hair and sweat glands - Engadget
  110. Waistline may predict heart disease better than weight - UPI.com
  111. Dashing Hopes, Study Shows a Cholesterol Drug Had No Effect on Heart Health - New York Times
  112. Edwards Valve Beats Open Surgery in Broader Patient Group - Bloomberg
  113. State health officials urged to get ready now for Zika in US (copy) - Mason City Globe Gazette
  114. Frozen Broccoli Recalled Due To Risk Of Listeria Contamination - CBS Local
  115. Battleground Wisconsin: A Trump loss to Cruz could reshape GOP race - Washington Post
  116. Amtrak train derailment near Philadelphia kills 2, recorder recovered - Reuters
  117. Bedoya, Altidore use Wambach's DUII arrest to take digs at her, Solo - Sports Illustrated
  118. Spring's start sees snow, cold in parts of the US - CBS News
  119. Reactions to 'Panama papers' leak go global - USA TODAY
  120. Migrant crisis: Greece to start returns to Turkey - BBC News
  121. Concord grape juice, cognitive function, and driving performance: a 12-wk, placebo-controlled, randomized crossover trial in mothers of preteen children
  122. Herman comes up trumps with Houston Open victory
  123. Grosjean keeps Haas on a high
  124. Vandoorne proves a point on his Formula One debut
  125. Rosberg doubles his trophy 'collection'
  126. Higher compared with lower dietary protein during an energy deficit combined with intense exercise promotes greater lean mass gain and fat mass loss: a randomized trial
  127. The causal role of breakfast in energy balance and health: a randomized controlled trial in obese adults
  128. Glyphosate and aminomethylphosphonic acid are not detectable in human milk
  129. On the need for improved methodologic quality of published reviews
  130. The Road to Recovery in Brussels - The Atlantic
  131. Roller Derby skater killed when plane slams into car on freeway in San Diego County - Los Angeles Times
  132. Boy tests positive for Ebola in latest Liberia flare-up - Reuters
  133. What it means to be a parent of a child with autism - Daily Herald
  134. BMI May Predict Infant's Risk for Obesity in Early Childhood - Endocrinology Advisor
  135. In Miami, Facing Risk of Zika With Resolve but Limited Resources - New York Times
  136. Statin intolerance is real, researchers find. Another (more costly) drug may get around the problem. - Washington Post
  137. Crow Tribe elder Joe Medicine Crow dead at age 102 - KRMG
  138. Frozen broccoli recalled over listeria concerns - UPI.com
  139. Edwards Valve Beats Open Surgery in Broader Patient Group - Bloomberg
  140. Abby Wambach apologizes for her DUI arrest - Washington Post
  141. The Latest: Clinton, at Brooklyn church, jabs at Sanders - Washington Post
  142. Spring's start sees snow, cold in parts of the US - CBS News
  143. Reports: Massive leak reveals global money rings of world leaders - USA TODAY
  144. The Road to Recovery in Brussels - The Atlantic
  145. Plane crashes again onto same California highway, killing car passenger - OregonLive.com
  146. Boy tests positive for Ebola in latest Liberia flare-up
  147. FIFA ethics committee investigates one of its own members
  148. Boy tests positive for Ebola in latest Liberia flare-up
  149. Multimodal perioperative care plus immunonutrition versus traditional care in total hip arthroplasty: a randomized pilot study
  150. Effects of milk containing only A2 beta casein versus milk containing both A1 and A2 beta casein proteins on gastrointestinal physiology, symptoms of discomfort, and cognitive behavior of people with self-reported intolerance to traditional cows’ mil
  151. 2 Amtrak construction workers killed when train strikes backhoe - CNN
  152. Trump calls on Kasich to drop out of GOP primary, says he voiced displeasure to RNC chair - Washington Post
  153. Critical evaluation of food intake and energy balance in young modern pentathlon athletes: a cross-sectional study
  154. Statin intolerance is real, researchers find. Another (more costly) drug may get around the problem. - Washington Post
  155. Edwards Valve Beats Open Surgery in Broader Patient Group - Bloomberg
  156. Lyme disease affecting increasing numbers of pets, vets warn - Telegraph.co.uk
  157. What it means to be a parent of a child with autism - Daily Herald
  158. Obesity is growing at a frightening pace worldwide - World Tech Today
  159. FDA proposes limits after high levels of toxic chemical arsenic found in infant rice cereal - World Tech Today
  160. State health officials urged to get ready now for Zika in US - WSET
  161. Frozen broccoli recalled over listeria concerns - UPI.com
  162. Frozen broccoli recalled over listeria concerns - UPI.com
  163. Edwards Valve Beats Open Surgery in Broader Patient Group - Bloomberg
  164. Statin intolerance is real, researchers find. Another (more costly) drug may get around the problem. - Washington Post
  165. The Road to Recovery in Brussels - The Atlantic
  166. Peter Dinklage Strips Down with 'Horndog' Leslie Jones for SNL's Version of Naked and Afraid - People Magazine
  167. Some of Trump's foreign policy, economic claims miss mark for accuracy - Canton Repository
  168. Red flag warning in effect until 7 p.m. today for areas north, west of Tulsa - Tulsa World
  169. Abby Wambach apologizes for her DUI arrest - Washington Post
  170. Hillary Clinton and Bernie Sanders Continue Back-and-Forth Over Debate Date - New York Times
  171. Trump's prediction of 'massive recession' puzzles economists - Reuters
  172. Djokovic beats Nishikori in Miami for 63rd career title
  173. State health officials urged to get ready now for Zika in US - WSET
  174. Infant rice cereal has inorganic arsenic. The FDA wants to limit it. - The Daily Gazette
  175. The world is getting obese at an alarming pace - Pulse Headlines
  176. Autism Awareness Day: Early Identification Still Best Tool, Says Experts - Modern Readers
  177. Right-to-Die Group Comes up With New, Cheaper Medication - ABC News
  178. 2 Amtrak construction workers killed when train strikes backhoe - CNN
  179. Nagorno-Karabakh's cocktail of conflict explodes again - BBC News
  180. Abby Wambach arrested for driving under influence - USA TODAY
  181. 'Saturday Night Live' Review: First-Time Host Peter Dinklage Continues Season's Streak of Strong Debuts - Indie Wire
  182. Brussels Airlines Scrambles to Resume Normal Operations - Wall Street Journal
  183. Top wind gusts across N.J. reach 70 mph - NJ.com
  184. Face the Nation transcripts April 3, 2016: Trump, Priebus - CBS News
  185. Less-invasive heart valve implant outperforms surgery in study
  186. Ex-Heisman winner Troy Smith arrested on DUI and drug charge
  187. U.S. women's soccer star Wambach arrested for DUI in Oregon
  188. Vettel out before the start in Bahrain
  189. Sagan claims maiden 'Monument' with Flanders win
  190. Less-invasive heart valve implant outperforms surgery in study
  191. Amtrak train derailment near Philadelphia kills two, injures 35 - Reuters
  192. Statin intolerance is real, researchers find. Another (more costly) drug may get around the problem. - Washington Post
  193. Less-invasive heart valve implant outperforms surgery in study - Reuters
  194. Frozen broccoli recalled over listeria concerns - UPI.com
  195. Rosberg romps to fifth win in a row
  196. What it means to be a parent of a child with autism - Daily Herald
  197. The world is getting obese at an alarming pace - Pulse Headlines
  198. Infant rice cereal has inorganic arsenic. The FDA wants to limit it. - The Daily Gazette
  199. Europe gives green light to first gene therapy for children - Reuters
  200. As mosquito season arrives, is the US ready for Zika? - Daily Comet
  201. Trump's foreign policy: So crazy it just might work? - BBC News
  202. Azerbaijan declares unilateral ceasefire amid Nagorno-Karabakh violence - CNN
  203. father charged with killing son for being gay - Atlanta Journal Constitution
  204. Hillary Clinton Says She Hasn't Been Contacted By the FBI - NBCNews.com
  205. Brussels Airport Reopens 12 Days After Terrorist Attacks - Huffington Post
  206. Educational divide in GOP White House race; what's behind it - Washington Post
  207. Amtrak train slams into backhoe; injuries reported - USA TODAY
  208. Spieth cashes in, but at what price?
  209. The game goes on without Woods, though not quite the same
  210. Day heads stellar cast to set up a Masters special
  211. Thirty years since 'Golden Bear' turned back Masters clock
  212. After 800 Years, Oxford Theology Students to Swap Christianity for Feminism, Buddhism, Islam Studies
  213. Funeral of Muslim Shopkeeper Killed for Wishing Christians 'Happy Easter' Attended by Hundreds
  214. DC Pot Protest Takes Place, No Arrests Reported - CBS Local
  215. Statin intolerance is real, researchers find. Another (more costly) drug may get around the problem. - Washington Post
  216. In Miami, Facing Risk of Zika With Resolve but Limited Resources - New York Times
  217. What it means to be a parent of a child with autism - Daily Herald
  218. Europe gives green light to first gene therapy for children - Reuters
  219. FDA officials shocked to find this dangerous chemical in baby cereal - BABW News
  220. Outdoors: To fight chronic wasting disease among deer, we must act now - Detroit Free Press
  221. Apple Celebrates Autism Acceptance Month With Two New Videos - Mac Rumors
  222. Homophobia, drugs and mental illness may have led to gay man's killing and father's arrest - Los Angeles Times
  223. Trump's foreign policy: So crazy it just might work? - BBC News
  224. Pot activists light up at White House, none arrested - CBS News
  225. Statin intolerance is real, researchers find. Another (more costly) drug may get around the problem. - Washington Post
  226. Glaxo's Potential Cure for “Bubble Boy Disease” One Step Closer - Wall Street Journal
  227. Azerbaijan declares unilateral ceasefire amid Nagorno-Karabakh violence - CNN
  228. Amtrak train slams into backhoe; injuries reported - USA TODAY
  229. Hillary's atrocious race record: Her stances over decades have been painful and wrong - Salon
  230. Brussels Airport Reopens Following Deadly Terrorist Attacks - Wall Street Journal
  231. Educational divide in GOP White House race; what's behind it - Washington Post
  232. New cholesterol methods needed in wake of failed drugs, heart researchers say
  233. New cholesterol methods needed in wake of failed drugs, heart researchers say
  234. FDA Wants To Cut Inorganic Arsenic Levels In Infant Rice Cereal - Tech Times
  235. Obesity Crisis: More Overweight than Underweight For the First Time in History - Modern Readers
  236. Watertown specialist: Early spring means early allergy season - WatertownDailyTimes.com
  237. What does it mean to be an organ donor? - Las Vegas Sun
  238. Apple Celebrates Autism Acceptance Month With Two New Videos - Mac Rumors
  239. Outdoors: To fight chronic wasting disease among deer, we must act now - Detroit Free Press
  240. Statin intolerance is real, researchers find. Another (more costly) drug may get around the problem. - Washington Post
  241. Azerbaijan declares unilateral ceasefire amid Nagorno-Karabakh violence - CNN
  242. Trump's foreign policy: So crazy it just might work? - BBC News
  243. Homophobia, drugs and mental illness may have led to gay man's killing and father's arrest - Los Angeles Times
  244. Syrian forces seize Islamic State-held town near Palmyra - Reuters
  245. Amtrak train slams into backhoe; injuries reported - USA TODAY
  246. Hillary's atrocious race record: Her stances over decades have been painful and wrong - Salon
  247. Brussels Airport Reopens Following Deadly Terrorist Attacks - Wall Street Journal
  248. Donald Trump's ever-shifting positions on abortion - Washington Post
  249. Nossa! M&F and Arnold Team Up In Rio
  250. New cholesterol methods needed in wake of failed drugs, heart researchers say