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  1. US-made dengue vaccine 100 percent effective in small study - Fox News
  2. Scientists Assess Risk to Pregnant Women Infected With Zika - Philly.com
  3. Healthy heart may also mean healthy brain - Fox News
  4. Report: Allegheny County is getting healthier - Pittsburgh Post-Gazette
  5. Bumble Bee Tuna Recalled Due To Process Deviations, Spoilage Concern - CBS Local
  6. Alcohol dependence is a serious problem among medical students - NH Voice
  7. Women perform better than men on verbal learning tests at varying stages of Alzheimer's Disease - Maine News Online
  8. Germany's Bayer wins US FDA approval for hemophilia A therapy - Reuters
  9. Obama picks centrist high court nominee; Republicans unmoved - Reuters
  10. What's going to happen to Marco Rubio's delegates? - CBS News
  11. Frank Sinatra Jr., faithful keeper of his father's flame, dead at 72 - Washington Post
  12. SeaWorld announces end to captive orca whale breeding - Fox News
  13. King Tut's tomb: '90%' chance of hidden chambers - CNN International
  14. Turkey Presses for EU Concessions as Price for Refugee Halt - Bloomberg
  15. Re-energizing the aging brain
  16. BRIEF-Theradiag to present results at JFHOD congress
  17. BRIEF-Bayer receives FDA approval for Kovaltry for Hemophilia A
  18. Germany's Bayer secures U.S. FDA approval for hemophilia A therapy
  19. BRIEF-Peregrine enters amended rights agreement with Broadridge
  20. Efimova faces life ban after positive test
  21. Radio clampdown gets poor reception from F1 drivers
  22. Germany's Bayer secures U.S. FDA approval for hemophilia A therapy
  23. Brazilians protest as Lula, under investigation, gets Cabinet position - Washington Post
  24. Men may get head start on Alzheimer's treatment, study says - CNN
  25. Germany's Bayer secures US FDA approval for hemophilia A therapy - Reuters
  26. Scientists create a new type of stem cell with only half a human's usual 46 chromosomes - Washington Post
  27. Volunteering for infection in hunt for dengue, Zika vaccines - Corvallis Gazette Times
  28. 3-year-old with cancer gets postcards from around the world - CBS News
  29. Scientists Assess Risk to Pregnant Women Infected With Zika - Philly.com
  30. Report: Allegheny County is getting healthier - Pittsburgh Post-Gazette
  31. Med School Debt Could Cause Alcohol Abuse in Students - Lighthouse News Daily
  32. BRIEF-Spire Healthcare says FY revenue rose 3.4 pct
  33. Rapid urine test could replace food logs
  34. Trump as GOP presidential nominee could lean on party money - Washington Post
  35. Frank Sinatra Jr., faithful keeper of his father's flame, dead at 72 - Washington Post
  36. Brazilians protest as Lula, under investigation, gets Cabinet position - Washington Post
  37. EU leaders push on with contested Turkey migrant plan - Washington Post
  38. BRIEF-GSK's Advair achieves primary endpoint in safety study of children
  39. BRIEF-GSK says four non-executive directors not to seek re-election at AGM
  40. BRIEF-Genovis signs strategic cooperation agreement with Alphalyse A/S
  41. BRIEF-Cellectis and MabQuest announce immunotherapy partnership
  42. BRIEF-Galapagos announces first dosing in CF patients with the G551D mutation
  43. Haas not ruling out points on F1 debut in Australia
  44. Red Bull, Aston Martin team up to build supercar
  45. GlaxoSmithKline CEO Witty to bow out in March 2017
  46. Obama sanctions North Korea for nuclear, missile tests - Fox News
  47. Men may get head start on Alzheimer's treatment, study says - CNN
  48. Burnout factors and education debt make medical students to face alcohol problems - Maine News Online
  49. New Type Of Stem Cell Possesses Just Half A Genome - Tech Times
  50. 3-year-old with cancer gets postcards from around the world - CBS News
  51. Zika virus associated with 1 in 100 risk of microcephaly, says study - The Verge
  52. Report: Allegheny County is getting healthier - Pittsburgh Post-Gazette
  53. Recall alert: 31500 cases of Bumble Bee Foods chunk light tuna recalled over processing problems - ABC Action News
  54. Drug-Company Payments Mirror Doctors' Brand-Name Prescribing - NPR
  55. Hospitals in Four States Warn of Possible Exposure to Hepatitis, HIV - FOX40
  56. Report: Trump Presidency a Top Risk for the World - Voice of America
  57. Brazilians protest as Lula, under investigation, gets Cabinet position - Washington Post
  58. Trump as GOP presidential nominee could lean on party money - Washington Post
  59. BRIEF-Transgene hires two senior pharmaceutical industry executives
  60. BRIEF-Rovi and Enervit's JV to distribute nutritional products in Spain and Portugal
  61. GlaxoSmithKline says CEO Witty to retire next year
  62. BRIEF-Revenio says FDA did not grant sales permit for Icare HOME in US
  63. BRIEF-Amplifon for 2016-2018 expects revenues to grow at a mid to high single digit compound annual growth rate 
  64. BRIEF-Allergy Therapeutics says finance director steps down
  65. UPDATE 1-GlaxoSmithKline CEO Witty to bow out in March 2017
  66. Chasing pack closer to Mercedes, says Hamilton
  67. Williams ousts Halep to set up Radwanska semi
  68. Women with Alzheimer's may keep verbal skills longer than men - UPI.com
  69. Burnout factors and education debt make medical students to face alcohol problems - Maine News Online
  70. Warm summer may spread Zika to NYC and Los Angeles, study says - Pittsburgh Post-Gazette
  71. 3-year-old with cancer gets postcards from around the world - CBS News
  72. Healthy Heart Equals Healthy Brain - Science 2.0
  73. For refugees, another risk: Schizophrenia - Washington Post
  74. Eli Lilly changes outcome goals in Alzheimer's drug study - The Seattle Times
  75. Report: Allegheny County is getting healthier - Pittsburgh Post-Gazette
  76. Women with Alzheimer's may keep verbal skills longer than men - UPI.com
  77. Denmark again takes top spot in UN's world happiness report - Press Herald
  78. Brazilians protest as Lula, under investigation, gets Cabinet position - Washington Post
  79. Swiss stocks - Factors to watch on March 17
  80. FDA warns India's Emcure Pharma, cites repeated data fudging at plant
  81. Syrian Kurds Hope to Establish a Federal Region in Country's North - New York Times
  82. Ferrari can challenge Mercedes this year: Vettel
  83. BRIEF-Newron Pharmaceuticals: Zambon to commercialize Newron's Xadago in US
  84. BRIEF-Innate Pharma displays broad innovative pipeline in immuno-oncology
  85. BRIEF-Lifewatch FY revenue up 8.3 pct at $106.63 mln
  86. BRIEF-Mdxhealth launches selectmdx "liquid biopsy" test in the U.S.
  87. BRIEF-Biocartis Group NV FY net loss widens to 39.8 mln euros
  88. FDA warns India's Emcure Pharma, cites repeated data fudging at plant
  89. Med school students have bigger chance of developing drinking problems - Modern Readers
  90. Report: Allegheny County is getting healthier - Pittsburgh Post-Gazette
  91. For refugees, another risk: Schizophrenia - Washington Post
  92. Warm summer may spread Zika to NYC and Los Angeles, study says - Pittsburgh Post-Gazette
  93. New Type Of Stem Cell Possesses Just Half A Genome - Tech Times
  94. Eli Lilly changes outcome goals in Alzheimer's drug study - The Seattle Times
  95. 3-year-old with cancer gets postcards from around the world - CBS News
  96. Report: Allegheny County is getting healthier - Pittsburgh Post-Gazette
  97. Med school students have bigger chance of developing drinking problems - Modern Readers
  98. Women with Alzheimer's may keep verbal skills longer than men - UPI.com
  99. Uber driver suspected of killing 6 sues company for $10M - CNET
  100. Denmark again takes top spot in UN's world happiness report - Press Herald
  101. The US Has Called on North Korea to Release a Detained American Student - TIME
  102. Brazilians protest as Lula, under investigation, gets Cabinet position - Washington Post
  103. Obama's choice of popular centrist Merrick Garland for Supreme Court puts GOP to the test - Los Angeles Times
  104. PRESS DIGEST - Wall Street Journal - March 17
  105. Curry hot as Warriors make it 50 straight
  106. 3-year-old with cancer gets postcards from around the world - CBS News
  107. Eli Lilly changes outcome goals in Alzheimer's drug study - The Seattle Times
  108. New Type Of Stem Cell Possesses Just Half A Genome - Tech Times
  109. Too Generous for Its Own Good? Sweden's Welcome Mat in Tatters - Bloomberg
  110. Drummond: Don't ask Siri in time of crisis - San Jose Mercury News
  111. Women with Alzheimer's may keep verbal skills longer than men - UPI.com
  112. WATCH: Rockets' James Harden gets narcoleptic on defense vs. Clippers - CBSSports.com
  113. Obama Introduces New Sanctions on North Korea, Targets Trade Partners - Voice of America
  114. Nike gets 'Back to the Future' with self-tying sneakers - USA TODAY
  115. Irish health firm's shares buoyant on Australian St Patrick's Day listing
  116. New Research Study Warns Of "Accelerating" Sea Level Rise
  117. Pats recruitment drive continues with Bennett addition
  118. Cubs unimpressed by Chicago chewing tobacco ban
  119. Italy - Factors to watch on March 17
  120. BRIEF-Hutchison China Meditech prices U.S. public offering of ADSs
  121. Brazilians protest as Lula, under investigation, gets Cabinet position - Washington Post
  122. Denmark again takes top spot in UN's world happiness report - Press Herald
  123. Alcohol Abuse Common Among Med Students, Study Finds - Philly.com
  124. Report: Allegheny County is getting healthier - Pittsburgh Post-Gazette
  125. 3-year-old with cancer gets postcards from around the world - CBS News
  126. Even in peak mosquito season, Zika risk is low in California - Los Angeles Times
  127. Scientists create a new type of stem cell with only half a human's usual 46 chromosomes - Washington Post
  128. Eli Lilly changes outcome goals in Alzheimer's drug study - The Seattle Times
  129. Drummond: Don't ask Siri in time of crisis - San Jose Mercury News
  130. Volunteers get injected with virus to help find vaccine - CBS News
  131. Women with Alzheimer's may keep verbal skills longer than men - UPI.com
  132. Wawrinka exits Indian Wells, Nadal scrapes through
  133. DuPage ranked as healthiest county in state - Chicago Tribune
  134. US student sentenced to 15 years hard labour in N Korea - Daily Times
  135. New North Korea sanctions issued by President Obama - BBC News
  136. Syria Kurds to declare federal region in Syria - Arab News
  137. Israel Ranks 11th in 2016 World Happiness Report - Haaretz
  138. Frank Sinatra Jr. dies of cardiac arrest while on tour - Fox News
  139. Brazilians protest after Lula named chief of staff, gains immunity - Reuters
  140. 3-year-old with cancer gets postcards from around the world - CBS News
  141. Scientists create a new type of stem cell with only half a human's usual 46 chromosomes - Washington Post
  142. Alcohol Abuse Common Among Med Students, Study Finds - Philly.com
  143. Irving fires Cavs past Mavs in Cleveland
  144. Drummond: Don't ask Siri in time of crisis - San Jose Mercury News
  145. Eli Lilly changes outcome goals in Alzheimer's drug study - The Seattle Times
  146. Trump warns of riots if GOP denies him nomination - Los Angeles Times
  147. US tightens sanctions on North Korea for weapons tests - Washington Post
  148. Michigan governor to blame state environmental agency for Flint water debacle - Washington Post
  149. This Video Of Donald Trump Proves He Doesn't Have What It Takes To Face Down Putin - Huffington Post
  150. Adam LaRoche leaving after White Sox sought to limit son's clubhouse time - Chicago Tribune
  151. Volunteers get injected with virus to help find vaccine - CBS News
  152. Women with Alzheimer's may keep verbal skills longer than men - UPI.com
  153. The happiest country in the world is not the US — it's Denmark - New York Daily News
  154. Brazil judge releases phone taps between pres., ex-pres. - Washington Post
  155. 10-minute urine test can measure specific compounds from food consumed
  156. McKesson cuts 1,600 jobs to trim costs - Bloomberg
  157. PRESS DIGEST- British Business - March 17
  158. BRIEF-Mckesson Corp cuts 1,600 jobs in the U.S.
  159. UPDATE 1-McKesson cuts 1,600 jobs to trim costs
  160. Russians should miss Rio, British runner says
  161. Alcohol abuse common among med students, study finds - UPI.com
  162. DuPage ranked as healthiest county in state - Chicago Tribune
  163. A Lazy Girl’s Guide to Exercise
  164. Curb Appeal: Simple Tricks To Improve Your Home’s Exterior
  165. Eli Lilly changes outcome goals in Alzheimer's drug study - The Seattle Times
  166. Massachusetts Retailers Against Raising Tobacco Buying Age - NACS Online
  167. Even in peak mosquito season, Zika risk is low in California - Los Angeles Times
  168. 3-year-old with cancer gets postcards from around the world - CBS News
  169. Alcohol abuse common among med students, study finds - UPI.com
  170. Women with Alzheimer's may keep verbal skills longer than men - UPI.com
  171. New dengue vaccine shows promise - CNN
  172. EPA chief warned in September Flint water crisis could 'get big' - Reuters
  173. The happiest country in the world is not the US — it's Denmark - New York Daily News
  174. US tightens sanctions on North Korea for weapons tests - Washington Post
  175. Asian stocks gain on dovish-sounding Fed, dollar on defensive - Reuters
  176. Brazil judge releases phone taps between pres., ex-pres. - Washington Post
  177. Democratic race in Missouri primary in limbo pending recount decision - Washington Post
  178. BRIEF-Mckesson Corp is firing 1,600 people from its U.S. workforce- Bloomberg
  179. Nike fitness app, new products get more personal
  180. Quitting cigarettes abruptly is the best way to go, study says - Pulse Headlines
  181. DuPage ranked as healthiest county in state - Chicago Tribune
  182. 3-year-old with cancer gets postcards from around the world - CBS News
  183. Even in peak mosquito season, Zika risk is low in California - Los Angeles Times
  184. Eli Lilly changes outcome goals in Alzheimer's drug study - The Seattle Times
  185. 5 Simple Kitchen Upgrades You Can Do This Weekend
  186. Wild card for Trump: Who gets to be a convention delegate? - Washington Post
  187. Brazil Police Tapped Rousseff Discussing Lula Cabinet Post - Bloomberg
  188. Jared Fogle 'lucky he's still alive' after prison beating by inmate 'sending a message' to former Subway pitchman - New York Daily News
  189. US tightens sanctions on North Korea for weapons tests - Washington Post
  190. Michelle Obama at SXSW: 'I Will Not Run for President' - People Magazine
  191. The US doesn't crack the top 10 happiest countries in the world - Washington Post
  192. BRIEF-Signal Genetics Q4 loss per share $0.28
  193. Obama nominates Merrick Garland to Supreme Court - CNN
  194. BRIEF-Avexis net loss was $13.2 million for Q4
  195. BRIEF-Catalyst biosciences files for mixed shelf of up to $50 mln
  196. BRIEF-Helix Biopharma Q2 loss per share C$0.03
  197. BRIEF-Helix Biopharma Q2 loss per share C$0.03
  198. UPDATE 1-Ackman sells part of Mondelez stake, has no plans for other sales
  199. EPA chief warned in September Flint water crisis could 'get big'
  200. New dengue vaccine shows promise - CNN
  201. Women with Alzheimer's may keep verbal skills longer than men - UPI.com
  202. Refugees Are At Terrifyingly High Risk Of Developing Psychotic Disorders, Study Says - Huffington Post
  203. Where's Zika Most Likely in the US? The Answer May Surprise You - NBCNews.com
  204. 3-year-old with cancer gets postcards from around the world - CBS News
  205. DuPage ranked as healthiest county in state - Chicago Tribune
  206. Mayo has theories on why med students are twice as likely to abuse alcohol - Twin Cities Business Magazine
  207. Quitting cigarettes abruptly is the best way to go, study says - Pulse Headlines
  208. Michelle Obama Tells SXSW Crowd She Won't Run for President - NBCNews.com
  209. Brazil Stocks, Real Advance as Fed Outweighs Concern Over Lula - Bloomberg
  210. Cruz says he has a path to victory over Trump, but he needs help soon - Washington Post
  211. Obama nominates Merrick Garland to Supreme Court - CNN
  212. UPDATE 2-Zika-hit Cape Verde identifies first case of microcephaly
  213. UPDATE 1-Vitae Pharma's psoriasis drug succeeds in mid-stage study
  214. BRIEF-Masimo CEO Joe Kiani fy 2015 total compensation was $7.3 mln
  215. BRIEF-Vitae Pharmaceuticals says VTP-43742 demonstrated statistically significant efficacy
  216. BRIEF-Navidea biopharmaceuticals files for non-timely 10-K
  217. BRIEF-Celsion says phase 1/2 combination trial is expected to begin in mid-2016 for gen-1 il-12 immunotherapy
  218. BRIEF-The Joint Corp Q4 loss per share $0.31
  219. Bradley takes 'way different' approach for Pacquiao bout
  220. Air pollution not just bad for your lungs
  221. US tightens sanctions on North Korea for weapons tests - Washington Post
  222. New dengue vaccine shows promise - CNN
  223. Where's Zika Most Likely in the US? The Answer May Surprise You - NBCNews.com
  224. Doctors told to avoid prescribing opiates for chronic pain - 9NEWS.com
  225. Quitting cigarettes abruptly is the best way to go, study says - Pulse Headlines
  226. Scientists create a new type of stem cell with only half a human's usual 46 chromosomes - Washington Post
  227. County health rankings place Miami-Dade, Broward in top half for Florida - Miami Herald
  228. Environmental pollution kills more than 12 million people every year - GlobalPost
  229. MEDIA AVAILABILITY: Scientists Discover Non-Opioid Pain Pathway in the Brain
  230. Bomb Attack on bus Kills 15 People in Pakistan - NBCNews.com
  231. Hypophosphatemia, Hypomagnesemia, and Hypokalemia in Pediatric Patients Before and During Exclusive Individualized Parenteral Nutrition
  232. Use of Premixed Parenteral Nutrition During a Phosphate Shortage in a Non-Critically Ill Population
  233. Evaluation of Parenteral Nutrition Errors in an Era of Drug Shortages
  234. Parenteral MCT/{omega}-3 Polyunsaturated Fatty Acid-Enriched Intravenous Fat Emulsion Is Associated With Cytokine and Fatty Acid Profiles Consistent With Attenuated Inflammatory Response in Preterm Neonates: A Randomized, Double-Blind Clinical Trial
  235. Accuracy of Intravenous Electrocardiography Confirmation of Peripherally Inserted Central Catheter for Parenteral Nutrition
  236. Response to "Comment on 'Nutrition Considerations in Duchenne Muscular Dystrophy "
  237. Comment on "Nutrition Considerations in Duchenne Muscular Dystrophy"
  238. Human Milk Analysis Using Mid-Infrared Spectroscopy
  239. Mixed-Methods Pilot Study: Disaster Preparedness of Families With Children Followed in an Intestinal Rehabilitation Clinic
  240. Perioperative Alanyl-Glutamine-Supplemented Parenteral Nutrition in Chronic Radiation Enteritis Patients With Surgical Intestinal Obstruction: A Prospective, Randomized, Controlled Study
  241. Iodine Supplementation for Pediatric Patients Receiving Long-Term Parenteral Nutrition
  242. Comparison Between Premixed and Compounded Parenteral Nutrition Solutions in Hospitalized Patients Requiring Parenteral Nutrition
  243. Frequency and Severity of Parenteral Nutrition Medication Errors at a Large Childrens Hospital After Implementation of Electronic Ordering and Compounding
  244. Hydration Strategy for Endurance Running in an Athlete Requiring Home Parenteral Nutrition
  245. Cuba says still far from deal with MLB on player signings
  246. Vitae Pharma's psoriasis drug succeeds in mid-stage study
  247. BRIEF-Stryker Corp says CEO's 2015 total compensation was $10.5 mln
  248. Editors Note
  249. Recent Critical Care Nutrition Trials and the Revised Guidelines: Do They Reconcile?
  250. To Eat or Not to Eat: A Commentary on Eating Issues That Affect Home Parenteral Nutrition and Home Enteral Nutrition Consumers