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  1. FBI has accessed San Bernardino shooter's phone without Apple's help - Washington Post
  2. Man with gun shot by police at Capitol Visitor Center - Washington Post
  3. Origin withdraws offer to buy Affymetrix
  4. No Miami final this year as Murray upset by Dimitrov
  5. Wearable defibrillator may help some heart patients - CBS News
  6. Mediterranean diet wins again, helps bones - CNN
  7. World's senior population expected to skyrocket - CBS News
  8. New mouse model paves way for Zika drug, vaccine tests - CIDRAP
  9. Leah Still Has Been In Remission For One Full Year - CBS Local
  10. Acupuncture, Hot Flashes, & Breast Cancer Patients - WebMD
  11. Man with gun shot by police at Capitol Visitor Center - Washington Post
  12. John Kerry issues warning to traveling Americans - CBS News
  13. Sanders swings for the fences after caucus sweep, makes play for New York - Fox News
  14. US immigration agents bust 1100 suspects in gang sweep - Reuters
  15. Wearable defibrillator may help some heart patients - CBS News
  16. Gov. Brown hails deal to raise minimum wage to $15 as 'matter of economic justice' - Los Angeles Times
  17. Liberal groups sue North Carolina over transgender bathroom law - Washington Post
  18. Georgia Gov. Nathan Deal vetoes House Bill 757 - ESPN
  19. DOJ confirms successful iPhone data extraction, withdraws San Bernardino encryption case - Apple Insider
  20. BRIEF-Venrock Healthcare Capital reports 7.1 pct passive stake in Biocryst Pharmaceuticals
  21. BRIEF-Rigel Pharmaceuticals says CEO Raul R. Rodriguez FY 2015 total compensation $2.1 mln
  22. Campbell Soup to switch to BPA-free cans by 2017
  23. Hip Fracture Slightly Lower With Mediterranean Diet - MedPage Today
  24. Janice Dickinson Reveals Breast Cancer Diagnosis: 'I'm Going to Get Through This. This is Not a Pity Party' - People Magazine
  25. South Korea Culls 11000 Ducks After Confirming New Case Of Bird Flu - Headlines & Global News
  26. Devon Still, Leah to introduce Still Strong Foundation to Penn State community on day of Blue-White game - Centre Daily Times
  27. Acupuncture may ease hot flashes in women with breast cancer - Reuters
  28. Report: Medicaid expansion could boost access to treatment for mental illness, substance abuse - Miami Herald
  29. BRIEF-Jennifer Jarrett to join Medivation as CFO
  30. US Capitol lockdown lifted after gunman shot by police - Washington Post
  31. Death toll in Pakistan bombing climbs past 70 - Washington Post
  32. Georgia Gov. Nathan Deal vetoes House Bill 757 - ESPN
  33. Clinton camp: Sanders' debate request a 'stunt' - USA TODAY
  34. Gov. Brown hails deal to raise minimum wage to $15 as 'matter of economic justice' - Los Angeles Times
  35. Call to arms or satire? Petition pleads for open carry at GOP convention - Chicago Tribune
  36. BRIEF-Harvard Bioscience delays filing of annual report on form 10-K
  37. BRIEF-HCP CFO Schoen will leave to become president of BioMed Realty
  38. BRIEF-Alexza Q4 total revenues $673,000
  39. BRIEF-Concord Medical Services Holdings Q4 Loss per ADS $0.58
  40. UPDATE 1-Washington's MedStar Health shuts down computers after virus
  41. U.S. scientists develop mouse model to test Zika vaccines, drugs
  42. Williams' bid for ninth Miami title ends
  43. Acupuncture may ease hot flashes in women with breast cancer
  44. U.S. scientists develop mouse model to test Zika vaccines, drugs
  45. New Map Shows Rise in Human-Caused Earthquake Risk - National Geographic
  46. Liberal groups sue North Carolina over transgender bathroom law - Washington Post
  47. Devon Still, Leah to introduce Still Strong Foundation to Penn State community on day of Blue-White game - Centre Daily Times
  48. Study of Theranos Medical Tests Finds Irregular Results - New York Times
  49. US scientists develop mouse model to test Zika vaccines, drugs - Reuters
  50. Acupuncture May Ease Hot Flashes for Breast Cancer Patients - HealthDay
  51. Obama to Utah: Fully expanding Medicaid would help 42000 with mental-health needs - Salt Lake Tribune
  52. South Korea Culls 11000 Ducks After Confirming New Case Of Bird Flu - Headlines & Global News
  53. Janice Dickinson Reveals Breast Cancer Diagnosis: 'I'm Going to Get Through This. This is Not a Pity Party' - People Magazine
  54. Hip Fracture Slightly Lower With Mediterranean Diet - MedPage Today
  55. John Kerry issues warning to traveling Americans - CBS News
  56. US Capitol lockdown lifted after gunman shot by police - Washington Post
  57. Death toll in Pakistan bombing climbs past 70 - Washington Post
  58. Georgia Gov. Nathan Deal vetoes House Bill 757 - ESPN
  59. After Weekend Sweep, Sanders Looks to Take Wisconsin - NBCNews.com
  60. Supreme Court rejects Illinois ex-governor's corruption appeal - Reuters
  61. UPDATE 1-Affymetrix backs Thermo Fisher deal, says rival bid not superior
  62. BRIEF-FBI investigating computer virus causing major outages at large hospital chain Medstar Health - AP
  63. BRIEF-Diadexus Q4 loss per share $0.37
  64. BRIEF-KemPharm receives FDA clearance to start human clinical trials of KP511
  65. BRIEF-ViewRay Q4 loss per share $0.37
  66. BRIEF-Aclaris Therapeutics buys rights to potential treatment for hair loss
  67. Washington's MedStar Health shuts down network after computer virus
  68. BRIEF-Fennec Pharmaceuticals qtrly loss per share $0.05
  69. Telemedicine could expand access to medical abortions
  70. They left Cuba but managed to bring these cherished pieces of home with them - Washington Post
  71. Hip Fracture Slightly Lower With Mediterranean Diet - MedPage Today
  72. World's senior population forecast to boom by 2050 - UPI.com
  73. HHS says Medicaid expansion will combat opioid crisis, mental illness - Washington Times
  74. Devon Still, Leah to introduce Still Strong Foundation to Penn State community on day of Blue-White game - Centre Daily Times
  75. Southern Nevada Health District Reports Second Zika Case - CBS Local
  76. South Korea Culls 11000 Ducks After Confirming New Case Of Bird Flu - Headlines & Global News
  77. Janice Dickinson Reveals Breast Cancer Diagnosis: 'I'm Going to Get Through This. This is Not a Pity Party' - People Magazine
  78. Blood Test For Concussions? Researchers Report Some Progress - CBS Local
  79. Shopkeeper Killed by Muslim Extremist for Wishing Christians 'Happy Easter' on Facebook
  80. Hip Fracture Slightly Lower With Mediterranean Diet - MedPage Today
  81. Blood test can detect concussions even days later - CBS News
  82. Secret Service Will Not Allow Guns at GOP Convention Despite Petition for Open Carry - ABC News
  83. Cracks In GOP SCOTUS Wall? Sen. Toomey Meeting With Garland, Sen. Moran Says There Should Be Hearings - Town Hall
  84. Death toll in Pakistan bombing climbs past 70 - Washington Post
  85. ISIS Takes Online Poll Asking What Nation Terrorists Should Strike Next
  86. Free agent safety Abdullah retires over concussion concerns
  87. Affymetrix backs Thermo Fisher deal
  88. US Capitol and White House on lockdown - CNN
  89. Brussels attack victims came from Belgium and around world - Washington Post
  90. Bernie Sanders won a battle over the weekend. Hillary Clinton is still winning the war — by a lot. - Washington Post
  91. Georgia Gov. Nathan Deal vetoes House Bill 757 - ESPN
  92. Janice Dickinson Reveals Breast Cancer Diagnosis: 'I'm Going to Get Through This. This is Not a Pity Party' - People Magazine
  93. Deploying mosquitoes against Zika - Harvard Gazette
  94. South Korea Culls 11000 Ducks After Confirming New Case Of Bird Flu - Headlines & Global News
  95. Devon Still, Leah to introduce Still Strong Foundation to Penn State community on day of Blue-White game - Centre Daily Times
  96. Feds make case to GOP governors: Expand Medicaid to tackle addiction - The Hill
  97. Vaccines, breastfeeding tied to decline in ear infections - Reuters
  98. Georgia governor to veto 'religious liberty' bill - CNN
  99. Brussels attack victims came from Belgium and around world - Washington Post
  100. Clinton Strategist: Hillary Won't Debate Bernie In New York Unless He Changes His Tone [VIDEO] - Daily Caller
  101. Supreme Court rejects Illinois ex-governor's corruption appeal - Reuters
  102. Fidel Castro says Obama's 'syrupy words' were enough to cause a heart attack - Washington Post
  103. Will the $15 minimum wage pass California's Legislature? And other key questions... - Los Angeles Times
  104. Death toll in Pakistan bombing climbs past 70 - Washington Post
  105. Weight loss surgery beats diet at inhibiting breast cancer
  106. Weight loss amount is more important than diet type in reversing obesity-cancer link
  107. BRIEF-Mylan launches generic Ultram extended-release tablets
  108. Out-of-hospital births on the rise in U.S
  109. Vaccines, breastfeeding tied to decline in ear infections
  110. Female Arab Journalist Asks Muslim in Middle East: What if Christians Were Suicide Bombers?
  111. David Cameron Calls on Britons to 'Stand Together and Defend Christian Values' After Brussels, Pakistan Attacks
  112. Drilling for Earthquakes - Scientific American
  113. Janice Dickinson has breast cancer - Fox News
  114. South Korea Culls 11000 Ducks After Confirming New Case Of Bird Flu - Headlines & Global News
  115. Pros and cons of electronic prescriptions - CBS News
  116. Mediterranean diet tied to lower hip fracture risk: study - CBC.ca
  117. Blood Test for Concussions? Researchers Report Some Progress - ABC News
  118. Leah Still Celebrates 1 Year of Being Cancer-Free - ABC News
  119. Vaccines, breastfeeding tied to decline in ear infections - Reuters
  120. Is mosquito control spraying my area because of Zika? - Orlando Sentinel
  121. Shire gets favorable ruling against Allergan in Lialda patent case
  122. Janice Dickinson Reveals Breast Cancer Diagnosis: 'I'm Going to Get Through This. This is Not a Pity Party' - People Magazine
  123. Easter egg hunt turns ugly after being 'bum-rushed' by parents - Washington Post
  124. ACLU Sues Over Controversial North Carolina Transgender Bathroom Law - ABC News
  125. There are 147 FBI agents involved in the Hillary Clinton email investigation - Washington Post
  126. Petition to allow guns at GOP convention has more than 42000 signatures - Chicago Tribune
  127. Supreme Court rejects Illinois ex-governor's corruption appeal - Reuters
  128. Belgium frees charged suspect in blow to bombing investigation - Reuters
  129. Georgia Gov. Nathan Deal vetoes House Bill 757 - ESPN
  130. Death toll in Pakistan bombing climbs past 70 - Washington Post
  131. Shire gets favorable ruling against Allergan in Lialda patent case
  132. Saudi Arabian regulator approves Yamamah Steel IPO
  133. Devon Still, Leah to introduce Still Strong Foundation to Penn State community on day of Blue-White game - Centre Daily Times
  134. Infant ear infections becoming less common - UPI.com
  135. South Korea confirms new case of deadly bird flu in ducks - Pulse Headlines
  136. Ex-Honduran president pleads guilty in U.S. in FIFA bribery case
  137. Mediterranean diet tied to lower hip fracture risk
  138. Zika Virus Leads to Enhanced Protection Against Mosquitoes in Mercer County - Patch.com
  139. Trader Joe's Recalls Chocolate Snacks - Patch.com
  140. Protein diet helps improve sleep quality - WDTN
  141. Blood test for concussions? Researchers report some progress - Washington Post
  142. Supreme Court rejects Illinois ex-governor's corruption appeal - Reuters
  143. Easter egg hunt turns ugly after being 'bum-rushed' by parents - Washington Post
  144. Pandora brings back co-founder Tim Westergren as CEO - Los Angeles Times
  145. South Korea Reports New Case Of Bird Flu - Tech Times
  146. Janice Dickinson Reveals Breast Cancer Diagnosis: 'I'm Going to Get Through This. This is Not a Pity Party' - People Magazine
  147. There are 147 FBI agents involved in the Hillary Clinton email investigation - Washington Post
  148. BRIEF-U.S. court rules in favor of Shire over Allergan Lialda patent
  149. Judge Orders Father to Stop Taking 9-Y-O Son to Church or Lose Visitation Rights
  150. Valeant CEO subpoenaed to testify before U.S. Senate panel
  151. The Surprising Problem With Calorie Counting — The “Calories Out” Edition. [Infographic]
  152. Pakistan in Mourning as Toll From Lahore Suicide Bombing Rises - New York Times
  153. Brussels Attacks 'Suspect' Faycal Cheffou Freed Due to Lack of Evidence - NBCNews.com
  154. Georgia Gov. Nathan Deal to veto House Bill 757 - ESPN
  155. The Daily 202: The Democratic convention in Philadelphia could be messy too - Washington Post
  156. Infant Ear Infections Becoming Less Common - WebMD
  157. Devon Still, Leah to introduce Still Strong Foundation to Penn State community on day of Blue-White game - Centre Daily Times
  158. Cancer Patients Who Die at Home Live Longer - WebMD
  159. Protein diet helps improve sleep quality - WDTN
  160. Trader Joe's Recalls 2 Chocolate Products Nationwide: Millburn Store Included - Patch.com
  161. Caffeine intake — even dad's — linked to miscarriage - Chicago Tribune
  162. Easter egg hunt turns ugly after being 'bum-rushed' by parents - Washington Post
  163. Bernie Sanders on George Clooney: 'I like him, but...' - Cincinnati.com
  164. Tim Westergren takes over as CEO of music service Pandora amid larger exec overhaul - TechCrunch
  165. Infant ear infections becoming less common - UPI.com
  166. South Korea Reports New Case Of Bird Flu - Tech Times
  167. The Oculus Rift Is Here, but Virtual Reality Is Still Rough Around the Edges - New York Times
  168. Supreme Court lets Blagojevich conviction stand - Washington Post
  169. Georgia Governor Rejects Bill Shielding Critics of Gay Marriage - New York Times
  170. Brussels Attacks 'Suspect' Faycal Cheffou Freed Due to Lack of Evidence - NBCNews.com
  171. Death toll in Pakistan bombing climbs past 70 - Washington Post
  172. Cadbury's, Nestle, Sainsbury's Under Scrutiny for Dropping 'Easter' From Chocolate Candy Eggs
  173. ISIS Crucifies Catholic Priest Father Thomas Uzhunnalil on Good Friday
  174. FDA Issues New Labeling Requirements, Testing Standards for Opioid Painkillers - Modern Readers
  175. Sexually transmitted Zika: New advice for staying safe - WTSP.com
  176. Alder drug to prevent migraines successful in mid-stage study - Reuters
  177. Cancer Patients Who Die at Home Live Longer - WebMD
  178. Devon Still, Leah to introduce Still Strong Foundation to Penn State community on day of Blue-White game - Centre Daily Times
  179. Janice Dickinson Reveals Breast Cancer Diagnosis: 'I'm Going to Get Through This. This is Not a Pity Party' - People Magazine
  180. Massive duck slaughter in S. Korea as disease panic grows - Morning Ticker
  181. The Latest: Lawsuit over N. Carolina anti-discrimination law - Washington Post
  182. California Strikes Deal to Hike Minimum Wage to $15: Reports - TIME
  183. Riot at Brussels attacks shrine; 13 anti-terror raids made - The Seattle Times
  184. FDA's draft guidance supports generic opioids with abuse-deterrent formulations - Maine News Online
  185. Jared Cook opts for Green Bay over Carolina, Atlanta, per source - ESPN
  186. Why Clinton won't talk GSE reform - Politico
  187. Pope Francis Washes, Kisses Feet of Muslim Refugees on Easter, Says All People Are 'Children of Same God'
  188. Belgium seeks more information on 'man in the hat' - Reuters
  189. Pakistan bombing: At least 69 killed in Easter attack on Christians - CNN
  190. BRIEF-Eiger Biopharmaceuticals says EMA has granted orphan medicinal product status to ubenimex
  191. BRIEF-Inspiremd Q4 non-gaap loss per share $0.31
  192. Devon Still, Leah to introduce Still Strong Foundation to Penn State community on day of Blue-White game - Centre Daily Times
  193. Janice Dickinson Is Diagnosed With Breast Cancer - E! Online
  194. Alder drug to prevent migraines successful in mid-stage study - Reuters
  195. Sexually transmitted Zika: New advice for staying safe - WTSP.com
  196. Petrova denies wrongdoing after positive meldonium test
  197. 'It is just insane': Donald Trump rails against Obama after Brussels attack - Business Insider
  198. 'Night Shift' makes iPad mini an ideal bedtime ereader - CIO
  199. Two Chocolate Stick Flavors Recalled By Trader Joe's - Maine News Online
  200. http://www.potentbodyformation.com/perfect-biotics-reviews/
  201. Pakistan bombing: At least 69 killed in Easter attack on Christians - CNN
  202. De Niro's Vaccination Doc Reversal Hailed by Health Experts (Video) - TheWrap
  203. RAHM police pick calculations – SCOTUS decision on BLAGO – CM PUNK slams RAUNER - Politico
  204. The Daily 202: The Democratic convention in Philadelphia could be messy too - Washington Post
  205. California Strikes Deal to Hike Minimum Wage to $15: Reports - TIME
  206. Alaska volcano erupts, sending ash 20000 feet in the air - Fox News
  207. Police sweeps widen across Europe as probes move beyond Brussels bloodshed - Washington Post
  208. Donald Trump Heads Into the Heart of the Republican Establishment - Bloomberg
  209. BRIEF-Guangxi Wuzhou Zhongheng's 2015 net profit down 67.4 pct y/y
  210. Islamic Radicals Kill 70 Pakistani Christians, Children Celebrating Easter in Park
  211. US State Dept. Omits Fact Pakistan Terror Attack Targeted Christians Celebrating Easter
  212. 2 More Americans Confirmed Dead in Brussels as Prosecutors Charge 3 New Suspects With Terrorist Activity
  213. BRIEF-Aier Eye Hospital sees Q1 profit up 30-40 pct after 38.4 pct rise in 2015 profit
  214. UPDATE 1-Alder BioPharma's migraine drug succeeds in mid-stage study
  215. BRIEF-Aralez announces FDA acceptance of new drug application
  216. Alder BioPharma's migraine drug succeeds in mid-stage study
  217. Donald Trump 'Judas' Effigies Burned by Mexican Christians Celebrating Easter
  218. BRIEF-Alibaba Health's unit to invest in China Resources Wandong Medical's unit
  219. Sexually transmitted Zika: New advice for staying safe - WTSP.com
  220. FDA's draft guidance supports generic opioids with abuse-deterrent formulations - Maine News Online
  221. Protein diet helps improve sleep quality - wivb.com
  222. Caffeine Intake Influences Miscarriage Risk, Experts Warn - Modern Readers
  223. Tips and Tricks on How To Survive Allergy Season - The Utah People's Post
  224. iOS 9.3: The new Night Shift feature probably won't help you sleep better - Macworld
  225. South Korea says finds ducks infected with bird flu - Reuters
  226. Devon Still, Leah to introduce Still Strong Foundation to Penn State community on day of Blue-White game - Centre Daily Times
  227. South Korea says finds ducks infected with bird flu - Reuters
  228. Devon Still, Leah to introduce Still Strong Foundation to Penn State community on day of Blue-White game - Centre Daily Times
  229. CDC updates Zika recommendations for sex and pregnancy - KMOV.com
  230. Robert De Niro accused of censorship after yanking anti-vaccine movie from film festival - Washington Post
  231. Ted Cruz stumps in Wisconsin as a working class hero - Washington Post
  232. As California primary nears, state Democrats are uniting behind Clinton and against a common enemy: Trump - Los Angeles Times
  233. Kerry defends Obama's Brussels response, says GOP campaign rhetoric an 'embarrassment' - Fox News
  234. In Pakistan, Taliban's Easter bombing targets, kills scores of Christians - CNN
  235. Brussels Death Toll Rises to 35, Four More Victims Die Overnight - ABC News
  236. China needs tougher enforcement of vaccine regulation - WHO
  237. BRIEF-Alexion Pharmaceuticals Kanuma receives marketing approval in Japan
  238. China needs tougher enforcement of vaccine regulation: WHO
  239. Alder BioPharma's migraine drug succeeds in mid-stage study
  240. Apple iOS 9.3 Update Features Night Shift Setting: Will It Help You Sleep Better? - Tech Times
  241. Tips and Tricks on How To Survive Allergy Season - The Utah People's Post
  242. Caffeine Intake Influences Miscarriage Risk, Experts Warn - Modern Readers
  243. Relay for Life coming to Lakes Park - The News-Press
  244. Young Americans Facing Increased Risk of Heart Disease: American College of Cardiology - Maine News Online
  245. Alaska's Pavlof Volcano Spews Ash 20000 Feet Into Air - NBCNews.com
  246. Caffeine Intake Influences Miscarriage Risk, Experts Warn - Modern Readers
  247. Apple's New Night Shift Mode - A Placebo That Actually Works? - Modern Readers
  248. Relay for Life coming to Lakes Park - The News-Press
  249. Young Americans Facing Increased Risk of Heart Disease: American College of Cardiology - Maine News Online
  250. Fight continuing in Southwest Georgia against colorectal cancer - The Albany Herald