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  1. Study: Patient tissue better than cadaver in ACL reconstruction - UPI.com
  2. David Wright remembers 'incredible' impact Shannon Forde made for Mets - NJ.com
  3. Wheelchair controlled by the mind - Times of India
  4. Late jump in flu cases prompts hospital visitor restrictions - Washington Times
  5. 'The guy is Hitler': Louis CK begs fans not to vote for Donald Trump - Washington Post
  6. Law School Committee Recommends Seal Change - Harvard Crimson
  7. A Zika breakthrough: Scientists detail how virus can attack fetal brain - Columbus Dispatch
  8. Studies: Infants' peanut exposure could prevent allergies for them later - Columbus Dispatch
  9. Clinton, Trump seek more wins on Super Saturday - CNN
  10. Lead detective in O.J. Simpson murder case weighs in on found knife - CBSSports.com
  11. Ben Carson officially ends campaign: What next? - Christian Science Monitor
  12. The 8 weirdest things about Illinois firing Bill Cubit in March - SB Nation
  13. Possible new octopus species found near Hawaii, scientists say - Los Angeles Times
  14. Dog pops up in driver's seat when semi crashes in Minnesota - The Daily Progress
  15. Truvada Study Suggests Women Need Much Higher Doses Than Men - Modern Readers
  16. Study: Patient tissue better than cadaver in ACL reconstruction - UPI.com
  17. Wheelchair controlled by the mind - Times of India
  18. David Wright remembers 'incredible' impact Shannon Forde made for Mets - NJ.com
  19. Late jump in flu cases prompts hospital visitor restrictions - Washington Times
  20. Harvard Law School dean asks to change the school's shield because of its ties to slavery - Washington Post
  21. Dog pops up in driver's seat when semi crashes in Minnesota - The Daily Progress
  22. Bill Cubit's firing a necessary move for Illinois - Sports Illustrated
  23. 'El Chapo' Guzman's team launching a PR Campaign - Fox News
  24. NOAA Scientists Find 'Ghostlike' Octopod Off Hawaii, Believe It's A New Species - NBCNews.com
  25. Ben Carson officially ends campaign: What next? - Christian Science Monitor
  26. Lead detective in O.J. Simpson murder case weighs in on found knife - CBSSports.com
  27. Campaigns press for a delegate edge as 5 'Super Saturday' states vote - Washington Post
  28. Peanuts, peanut butter may hold key to preventing obesity
  29. Beckenbauer says unaware of money to Qatari firm
  30. Researchers report Zika virus can threaten babies at any stage of pregnancy - Fox News Latino
  31. Women need more of this controversial drug to prevent HIV infection - BABW News
  32. Saving your child from peanut allergies could be extraordinarily simple - Quartz
  33. Naive pluripotent stem cells from human embryos can be developed and assign into a specific type of cell - MicroCap Magazine
  34. Study: Patient tissue better than cadaver in ACL reconstruction - UPI.com
  35. Mets captain David Wright remembers Shannon Forde: 'She always left you with a smile' - New York Daily News
  36. Mind-Powered Wheelchair Shows Huge Promise in Tests - Modern Readers
  37. Researchers report Zika virus can threaten babies at any stage of pregnancy - Fox News Latino
  38. North Korea ship impounded in Philippines as part of fresh sanctions - CNN
  39. Donald Trump has not brought 'millions and millions' of people to the Republican Party - Washington Post
  40. Lead detective in O.J. Simpson murder case weighs in on found knife - CBSSports.com
  41. 6 Campaign Gaffes That Signaled Ben Carson's Early Demise - News One
  42. 'El Chapo,' Mexican drug lord, launches PR blitz - Newsday
  43. Scientists find possible new octopus species near Hawaii - CBS News
  44. New Illinois AD fires football coach Cubit after 1 season - USA TODAY
  45. Sun-Times Endorsement: Kasich, a grown-up, instead of Trump - Chicago Sun-Times
  46. Truvada Study Suggests Women Need Much Higher Doses Than Men - Modern Readers
  47. Scientists in England develop technique to derive naive pluripotent stem cells from human embryos - NH Voice
  48. Mets captain David Wright remembers Shannon Forde: 'She always left you with a smile' - New York Daily News
  49. Mind-Powered Wheelchair Shows Huge Promise in Tests - Modern Readers
  50. Here's why sleeping too little makes you crave junk food - Chicago Sun-Times
  51. Harvard Law School dean asks to change the school's shield because of its ties to slavery - Washington Post
  52. Joyride on Northern Ireland fire engine leaves trail of destruction - CNN International
  53. NOAA Scientists Find 'Ghostlike' Octopod Off Hawaii, Believe It's A New Species - NBCNews.com
  54. White House vetting additional judges for Supreme Court - UPI.com
  55. Bill Cubit dismissed as Illinois head football coach - NFL.com
  56. Ben Carson suspends his 2016 presidential campaign - CBS News
  57. OJ Simpson case: Questions, new twists after reports of knife discovery - CNN
  58. 5 more states taking their turn in 2016 White House race - Washington Post
  59. Broccoli may offer protection against liver cancer, study shows
  60. GSK asthma drug Nucala's long-term study supports safety profile
  61. Cavendish sweating on big finish in the omnium
  62. GSK asthma drug Nucala's long-term study supports safety profile
  63. Researchers report Zika virus can threaten babies at any stage of pregnancy - Fox News Latino
  64. Truvada Study Suggests Women Need Much Higher Doses Than Men - Modern Readers
  65. Here's why sleeping too little makes you crave junk food - Chicago Sun-Times
  66. Mind-Powered Wheelchair Shows Huge Promise in Tests - Modern Readers
  67. Mets captain David Wright remembers Shannon Forde: 'She always left you with a smile' - New York Daily News
  68. Regular intake of aspirin reduces overall cancer risk, but doesn't replace cancer screening benefits - MicroCap Magazine
  69. Scientists in England develop technique to derive naive pluripotent stem cells from human embryos - NH Voice
  70. Truvada Study Suggests Women Need Much Higher Doses Than Men - Modern Readers
  71. Researchers report Zika virus can threaten babies at any stage of pregnancy - Fox News Latino
  72. Deepest part of the world's ocean is incredibly noisy, scientists say - CNN
  73. Harvard Law School is quietly scrubbing slavery from its brand - Quartz
  74. Divided court examines 'undue burden' test in abortion case - The Pilot
  75. Illinois fires coach Bill Cubit less than four months after hiring him - CBSSports.com
  76. Ben Carson suspends his 2016 presidential campaign - CBS News
  77. Knife doesn't appear to be connected to Simpson slayings, sources say - Los Angeles Times
  78. 5 more states taking their turn in 2016 White House race - Washington Post
  79. Cambridge Scientists Make Major Breakthrough in Stem Cell Research - Modern Readers
  80. Regular dose of aspirin reduces overall cancer risk, but doesn't replace cancer screening benefits - Maine News Online
  81. Death of Mets' staffer Shannon Forde leaves players heartbroken - NJ.com
  82. Mind-Powered Wheelchair Shows Huge Promise in Tests - Modern Readers
  83. Wrestler with 'mat herpes' surprised by reaction to his warning about California championship - Monterey County Herald
  84. Mind-Powered Wheelchair Shows Huge Promise in Tests - Modern Readers
  85. Powerful El Niño storms bringing rain, snow and gusty winds to California this weekend - Los Angeles Times
  86. Regular dose of aspirin reduces overall cancer risk, but doesn't replace cancer screening benefits - Maine News Online
  87. New Technique Helps Scientists Develop Early Stage Human Embryonic Stem Cells - Tech Times
  88. The startling truth about this little blue HIV pill - Morning Ticker
  89. Researchers report Zika virus can threaten babies at any stage of pregnancy - Fox News Latino
  90. AP poll: Americans split over safety of US drinking water - Washington Post
  91. Women Who Use Genital Talc At Increased Risk Of Ovarian Cancer: Study - Tech Times
  92. Surprise Birthday Gift Ideas For The Boyfriend Who Has Everything
  93. How You Can Get Your Home Ready for Spring
  94. Detention of Brazil's Former President Could Mark the End of a Dynasty - TIME
  95. Ben Carson suspends his 2016 presidential campaign - CBS News
  96. Death of Mets' staffer Shannon Forde leaves players heartbroken - NJ.com
  97. Knife doesn't appear connected to Simpson slayings, sources say - Los Angeles Times
  98. Philippines to seize N. Korean cargo ship under UN sanctions - USA TODAY
  99. Police detained Brazil's ex-president on Friday. Here's what you need to know. - Washington Post
  100. Evidence Of Zika's Risk To Pregnant Women Continues To Grow - CBS Local
  101. Men And Women Need Different Levels Of Truvada To Prevent HIV Infection - Tech Times
  102. White House considering additional appeals court judges for Supreme Court vacancy - CNN
  103. After Donald Trump Flip-Flop On Torture, Veterans Still Support Republican Front-Runner - International Business Times
  104. OJ Simpson case: Questions, new twists after reports of knife discovery - CNN
  105. Ben Carson suspends his 2016 presidential campaign - CBS News
  106. Video trials, revised soccer laws approved by FIFA
  107. Hong Kong to host 2017 world track championships
  108. UCI chief Cookson concerned over Rio track delay
  109. New Technique Helps Scientists Develop Early Stage Human Embryonic Stem Cells - Tech Times
  110. Regular dose of aspirin reduces overall cancer risk, but doesn't replace cancer screening benefits - Maine News Online
  111. Death of Mets' staffer Shannon Forde leaves players heartbroken - NJ.com
  112. Mind-Powered Wheelchair Shows Huge Promise in Tests - Modern Readers
  113. Women Who Use Genital Talc At Increased Risk Of Ovarian Cancer: Study - Tech Times
  114. Peanuts for babies? Studies back allergy-preventing strategy - Lexington Herald Leader
  115. Evidence of Zika's risk to pregnant women continues to grow - Philly.com
  116. Evidence of Zika's risk to pregnant women continues to grow - Philly.com
  117. Trump's GOP Rivals Attack His 'Flexibility' on Policies - RealClearPolitics
  118. Flint water crisis could cost US $300 billion - USA TODAY
  119. Beaufort's prince Pat Conroy dies after short cancer battle - The State
  120. Ben Carson suspends his 2016 presidential campaign - CBS News
  121. Trump, Clinton look to extend leads as five more states vote - Reuters
  122. LAPD investigating knife allegedly found on OJ Simpson's property - ESPN
  123. Older workers in office support, service occupations at higher risk for poor cardiovascular health profile
  124. Men And Women Need Different Levels Of Truvada To Prevent HIV Infection - Tech Times
  125. New Technique Helps Scientists Develop Early Stage Human Embryonic Stem Cells - Tech Times
  126. Regular dose of aspirin reduces overall cancer risk, but doesn't replace cancer screening benefits - Maine News Online
  127. Shannon Forde only could be described in one word: Angel - New York Post
  128. Mind-Powered Wheelchair Shows Huge Promise in Tests - Modern Readers
  129. Women Who Use Genital Talc At Increased Risk Of Ovarian Cancer: Study - Tech Times
  130. Men And Women Need Different Levels Of Truvada To Prevent HIV Infection - Tech Times
  131. Peanuts for babies? Studies back allergy-preventing strategy - Lexington Herald Leader
  132. Evidence of Zika's risk to pregnant women continues to grow - Washington Post
  133. 'Prince of Tides' author Pat Conroy dies at 70 - Boston Herald
  134. Donald Trump reverses position on torture, killing terrorists' families - WISH-TV
  135. Brazil Ex-President Luiz Inácio Lula da Silva Calls Investigators 'Arrogant' - Latin One
  136. Ben Carson ends presidential bid - Knoxville News Sentinel
  137. Police: Knife reportedly found on former OJ Simpson estate - CNN
  138. GOP Rivals Scramble to Slow Donald Trump's Momentum as Next States Vote - Wall Street Journal
  139. British sailors ready 'protection package' for Rio
  140. Shannon Forde, longtime media relations staffer for Mets, dies at 44 - NJ.com
  141. Technique developed to derive naive pluripotent stem cells from human embryos - Maine News Online
  142. Two Aspirin per Week Could Stave Off Cancer - Council Chronicle
  143. Researchers built a mind-controlled robotic wheelchairs - Hindustan Times
  144. Talcum Powder Increases Female Cancer Risk Up To 33% - Modern Readers
  145. Peanuts for babies? Studies back allergy-preventing strategy - Arizona Daily Star
  146. Evidence of Zika's risk to pregnant women continues to grow - Washington Post
  147. Donald Trump reverses position on torture, killing terrorists' families - CNN
  148. Future of Texas abortion case is at a crossroads - Crux: Covering all things Catholic
  149. BREAKING: Harvard Law Seeks to Change Seal - Inside Higher Ed
  150. Beaufort's prince Pat Conroy rests at home - Island Packet
  151. Carson spent heavily on consultants, lightly on campaigning - Salt Lake Tribune
  152. Man who helped demolish Simpson house calls knife find 'a joke' - Fox News
  153. 5 more states ready to chip in delegates to Campaign 2016 - La Crosse Tribune
  154. Henderson takes it to the limit to drive into contention
  155. Women need to take regular dose of HIV prevention drug compared to men who can manage with lower dosage: Study - Maine News Online
  156. Mets' PR executive dies after battle with cancer (Mar 5, 2016) - FOXSports.com
  157. Technique developed to derive naive pluripotent stem cells from human embryos - Maine News Online
  158. The Medical Minute: Eight Things to Know about Colorectal Cancer - Gant Daily
  159. Scientists Develop Mind-Controlled Wheelchair - NDTV
  160. Genital talc boosts ovarian cancer risk in study - Fox News
  161. Promising approach helps reduce peanut allergy risk - 10TV
  162. Evidence of Zika's risk to pregnant women continues to grow - Washington Post
  163. Brazil's Silva denounces detention in corruption probe - Washington Post
  164. Jang edges ahead in Singapore after another bogey-free day
  165. Saturday's Primaries and Caucuses: The Storylines to Watch - ABC News
  166. Latest twist in OJ Simpson case: discovery of knife - Washington Post
  167. China aims to maintain growth pace, fend off unemployment in five-year plan - Reuters
  168. Ben Carson ends campaign, will lead Christian voter group - CNN
  169. BREAKING: Harvard Law Seeks to Change Seal - Inside Higher Ed
  170. IPhone could ID unknown San Bernardino attacker , prosecutor says - Fox News
  171. Women need drug Truvada for HIV prevention, First Truvada Patient Tests Positive for HIV - New Day Post
  172. Mets' PR executive dies after battle with cancer (Mar 5, 2016) - FOXSports.com
  173. Scientists develop early stage embryonic stem cells - UPI.com
  174. Scientists Develop Mind-Controlled Wheelchair - NDTV
  175. Genital talc boosts ovarian cancer risk in study - Fox News
  176. Regular aspirin use may reduce cancer risk - Financial Express
  177. 'Relentless Effort' Needed to Stop Nosocomial Infections: CDC - MedPage Today
  178. Study: Women need more Truvada than men to prevent HIV infection - UPI.com
  179. Peanuts for babies? Studies back allergy-preventing strategy - Santa Cruz Sentinel
  180. Studies strengthen link between Zika virus, birth defects - CNN
  181. San Bernardino DA: Apple is not 'the Orwellian arbiter or definer of privacy' - VentureBeat
  182. China aims to maintain growth pace, fend off unemployment in five-year plan - Reuters
  183. Ben Carson ends campaign, will lead Christian voter group - CNN
  184. Latest twist in OJ Simpson case: discovery of knife - Washington Post
  185. Mets' PR executive dies after battle with cancer (Mar 5, 2016) - FOXSports.com
  186. Scientists develop early stage embryonic stem cells - UPI.com
  187. Device lets monkeys control wheelchair with their minds - CBS News
  188. Genital talc boosts ovarian cancer risk in study - Fox News
  189. Superbugs threaten hospital patients - Imperial Valley News
  190. Study: Women need more Truvada than men to prevent HIV infection - UPI.com
  191. New findings point to Zika as the culprit behind babies' brain damage - Washington Post
  192. New studies back peanut allergy prevention strategy - messenger-inquirer
  193. New findings point to Zika as the culprit behind babies' brain damage - Washington Post
  194. Brazil's Lula detained in corruption probe; Rousseff objects - Reuters
  195. Ben Carson officially suspends his presidential campaign - MSNBC
  196. Latest Twist in OJ Simpson Case: Discovery of Knife - ABC News
  197. Fiji stunned by Samoa in Vegas sevens opener
  198. Breakthrough in cancer research could spawn new treatments - CNN
  199. Mets' PR executive dies after battle with cancer (Mar 5, 2016) - FOXSports.com
  200. Scientists develop early stage embryonic stem cells - UPI.com
  201. Device lets monkeys control wheelchair with their minds - CBS News
  202. 'Relentless Effort' Needed to Stop Nosocomial Infections: CDC - MedPage Today
  203. Study: Women need more Truvada than men to prevent HIV infection - UPI.com
  204. Commonwealth Bank boss admits insurer wrong on heart attack claims
  205. New findings point to Zika as the culprit behind babies' brain damage - Washington Post
  206. Brazil's Silva denounces detention in corruption probe - Washington Post
  207. Harvard Law to Abandon Crest Linked to Slavery - New York Times
  208. New findings point to Zika as the culprit behind babies' brain damage - Washington Post
  209. Police: Knife reportedly found on former OJ Simpson estate - CNN
  210. Ben Carson ends campaign, will lead Christian voter group - CNN
  211. Breakthrough in cancer research could spawn new treatments - CNN
  212. Shannon Forde, beloved Mets media relations staffer, dead at 44 after battle with breast cancer - New York Daily News
  213. PGA and LPGA formalize strategic alliance agreement
  214. Lebron shines at power forward as Cavs down Wizards
  215. Safeguard against allergies may be ongoing in kids exposed to peanuts, study finds - The Seattle Times
  216. Randolph leads Grizzlies to victory over Jazz
  217. Device lets monkeys control wheelchair with their minds - CBS News
  218. Scientists develop early stage embryonic stem cells - UPI.com
  219. Inside Ted Cruz's plan to sink Marco Rubio in Florida - CNN
  220. Supreme Court majority blocks Louisiana law restricting abortion providers - Los Angeles Times
  221. New findings point to Zika as the culprit behind babies' brain damage - Washington Post
  222. Safeguard against allergies may be ongoing in kids exposed to peanuts, study finds - The Seattle Times
  223. Brazil's Lula detained in corruption probe; Rousseff objects - Reuters
  224. Turkish authorities seize newspaper close to cleric Gulen - state media - Reuters
  225. New findings point to Zika as the culprit behind babies' brain damage - Washington Post
  226. Donald Trump reverses position on torture, killing terrorists' families - CNN
  227. Police: Knife reportedly found on former OJ Simpson estate - CNN
  228. Ben Carson ends campaign, will lead Christian voter group - CNN
  229. Bryan brothers crush Hewitt comeback, put U.S. ahead
  230. Study: Women need more Truvada than men to prevent HIV infection - UPI.com
  231. 'Relentless Effort' Needed to Stop Nosocomial Infections: CDC - MedPage Today
  232. Breakthrough in cancer research could spawn new treatments - CNN
  233. Scientists develop early stage embryonic stem cells - UPI.com
  234. Shannon Forde, beloved Mets media relations staffer, dead at 44 after battle with breast cancer - New York Daily News
  235. Regular dose of Aspirin linked to lower risk of colon and gastrointestinal cancer - NH Voice
  236. Study: Women need more Truvada than men to prevent HIV infection - UPI.com
  237. Safeguard against allergies may be ongoing in kids exposed to peanuts, study finds - The Seattle Times
  238. New findings point to Zika as the culprit behind babies' brain damage - Washington Post
  239. Police question Brazil's ex-president in corruption probe - Washington Post
  240. Turkish authorities seize newspaper close to cleric Gulen - state media - Reuters
  241. UN: 69 allegations of sexual abuse against peacekeepers last year - CNN International
  242. Behind Trump's CPAC deal gone bad - Politico
  243. Donald Trump reverses position on torture, killing terrorists' families - CNN
  244. Police: Knife reportedly found on former OJ Simpson estate - CNN
  245. 2026 World Cup bid must be 'bullet-proof', says Infantino
  246. 'Relentless Effort' Needed to Stop Nosocomial Infections: CDC - MedPage Today
  247. Breakthrough in cancer research could spawn new treatments - CNN
  248. Scientists develop early stage embryonic stem cells - UPI.com
  249. Regular dose of Aspirin linked to lower risk of colon and gastrointestinal cancer - NH Voice
  250. Device lets monkeys control wheelchair with their minds - CBS News