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  1. Human nasal bacteria might be superbug killer - CNN
  2. Many Well-Known Hospitals Fail To Score High In Medicare Rankings - NPR
  3. Is the Ice Bucket Challenge a new model for successful fundraising? - Christian Science Monitor
  4. Lack Of Exercise In Middle Age Is Even Deadlier Than You Think - Huffington Post
  5. Lack of exercise costs world $67.5B and 5M lives a year - Fox News
  6. Robot doctors will perform one in three surgeries 'within five years' to help exhausted medics - Mirror.co.uk
  7. Consumer Reports highlights dietary supplement dangers - WCVB Boston
  8. France Church Attack: Abdel-Malik Petitjean Was Known Potential Radical - NBCNews.com
  9. The atmosphere above Jupiter's Great Red Spot is hotter than the rest of the planet - The Verge
  10. North Korea says US has crossed 'red line,' warns of showdown over upcoming war games - Fox News
  11. Hall of Famer Warren Sapp is OK after being bitten by a shark - CBSSports.com
  12. China, Russia Plan Naval Drills in South China Sea - Wall Street Journal
  13. German Chancellor Angela Merkel Stands Firm on Migrant Policy After Terrorist Attacks - Wall Street Journal
  14. BRIEF-Exact Sciences announces offering of 8.5 mln common stock
  15. BRIEF-Galmed and Samil Pharm sign deal for Aramchol(Tm) in Korea
  16. BRIEF-Oramed reports statistically significant results across key Glycemic endpoints
  17. BRIEF-Meridian Bioscience reports Q3 EPS of $0.21
  18. UPDATE 1-AstraZeneca a bid target again? CEO says someone may spot value
  19. BRIEF-Cowealth Medical Holding lowers conversion price of 1st series domestic unsecured convertible corporate bonds to T$87.55
  20. BRIEF-Ultragenyx reports completion of enrollment in phase 3 study of KRN23
  21. Weightlifting: Valentin eyes London gold after rivals fail retests
  22. Christians Killed in 2016 So Far Almost Equal to Entire 2015 in Nigeria
  23. CMS Releases Overall Hospital Quality Star Ratings - Medscape
  24. New antibiotic, found in the nose, could treat deadly infections - USA TODAY
  25. E-cig vapor releases two cancerous chemicals, new study says - Washington Post
  26. Lack Of Exercise In Middle Age Is Even Deadlier Than You Think - Huffington Post
  27. Lack of exercise costs $67.5B annually: study - CTV News
  28. Rise of the Surgical Robot and What Doctors Want - Fortune
  29. So-called 'healthy' supplements could sicken or kill you - New York Daily News
  30. The ice bucket challenge worked: There's been a breakthrough in ALS research - Quartz
  31. China issues guidelines to legalize ride-hailing apps like Uber and Didi Chuxing - TechCrunch
  32. Latest: Blaze destroys 34 homes, 10 outbuildings - Washington Post
  33. Jupiter's great red spot heats planet's upper atmosphere - Phys.Org
  34. North Korea says US has crossed 'red line,' warns of showdown over upcoming war games - Fox News
  35. China says to hold drills with Russia in South China Sea - Reuters
  36. The Latest: Syrian official says 3 crossings open in Aleppo - Washington Post
  37. Hollande: Deadly church attack in France carried out in name of ISIS - CNN
  38. BRIEF-Abiomed reports Q1 GAAP earnings per share of $0.29
  39. BRIEF-Sequenom cancels Q2 results conf call
  40. BRIEF-West Pharmaceutical Q2 earnings per share $0.60
  41. BRIEF-1Nkemia obtains biofuel manufacturing patent for New Zealand
  42. UPDATE 1-Bristol-Myers beats forecasts as hepatitis, cancer drugs deliver
  43. BRIEF-Abiomed reports Q1 gaap earnings per share of $0.29
  44. BRIEF-Adeptus Health says appoints Frank Williams Jr as CFO
  45. BRIEF-GE sells 14.4% stake in Penske Truck Leasing
  46. Volleyballer Tetyukhin named Russia's flag bearer in Rio
  47. Nadal's injury situation 'delicate', says Ferrer
  48. Boston Scientific's sales beat on demand for heart devices
  49. Celgene revenue rises on higher demand for flagship drug Revlimid
  50. Bristol-Myers beats forecasts as hepatitis, cancer drugs deliver
  51. Pope Francis 'Particularly Shaken' by ISIS 'Absurd' Killing of French Priest in Church
  52. New Spine-Snapping ISIS Torture Device Uncovered: 'The Flying Carpet'
  53. Discovery of new hepatitis C virus mechanism - Outbreak News Today
  54. E-cig vapor releases two cancerous chemicals, new study says - Washington Post
  55. Antibiotic resistance: 'Snot wars' study yields new class of drugs - BBC News
  56. Deskbound? One hour of physical activity can improve your health - CNN
  57. Lack Of Exercise In Middle Age Is Even Deadlier Than You Think - Huffington Post
  58. Rise of the Surgical Robot and What Doctors Want - Fortune
  59. So-called 'healthy' supplements could sicken or kill you - New York Daily News
  60. The ice bucket challenge worked: There's been a breakthrough in ALS research - Quartz
  61. BRIEF-Recordati H1 net profit jumps at EUR 122.7 mln
  62. BRIEF-Mednax Q2 earnings per share $0.89
  63. BRIEF-Integra Lifesciences sees 2016 sales $992 mln-$1.002 bln
  64. BRIEF-Thermo Fisher Scientific reports Q2 GAAP earnings per share $1.30
  65. BRIEF-Digirad Q2 earnings per share $0.06
  66. BRIEF-Supplemental application filed for Ipsen's Somatuline in Japan
  67. Slovenia's Krka first-half net profit falls 38 pct
  68. BRIEF-United Therapeutics Corp Q2 income per diluted share $4.39
  69. Australia to wipe out Hepatitis C in 10 years - Xinhua
  70. The WHO says being transgender is a mental illness. But that's about to change. - Washington Post
  71. Many Well-Known Hospitals Fail To Score High In Medicare Rankings - NPR
  72. Antibiotic resistance: 'Snot wars' study yields new class of drugs - BBC News
  73. Deskbound? One hour of physical activity can improve your health - CNN
  74. Rise of the Surgical Robot and What Doctors Want - Fortune
  75. New study sounds the alarm on dietary supplements - THV11.com
  76. Indonesia Could Be About to Execute 14 People Accused of Drug Crimes - TIME
  77. OPINION - Amnesty International's priority suffering of coup plotters - Anadolu Agency
  78. Mysterious Light Seen Streaking Across California Sky - NBC Southern California
  79. Two raging California wildfires grow, killing 1 and prompting closures in Los Padres National Forest - Los Angeles Times
  80. China says to hold drills with Russia in South China Sea - Reuters
  81. Two Koreas battle for hearts and minds in Africa - NK News
  82. Syria conflict: 'Exit corridors' to open for Aleppo, says Russia - BBC News
  83. READ: President Obama's Speech At The Democratic Convention - NPR
  84. BRIEF-Xi'an Qujiang Cultural Tourism expects 2016 H1 net profit to rise by 50-60 pct
  85. UPDATE 1-Richter lifts 2016 operating margin view to 11 pct -CEO
  86. BRIEF-Qol to merge pharmacy unit on Oct. 1
  87. BRIEF-Traditional Chinese medicine firm Jiuzhitang's H1 profit up 37.5 pct
  88. BRIEF-Jiangsu Yuyue Medical Equipment's H1 net profit up 31.6 pct
  89. BRIEF-ED to buy stake in Beauty Island Group for 2.4 bln won
  90. BRIEF-ED issues 2.4 bln won worth of convertible bonds
  91. UPDATE 1-Ipsen shares jump after raised guidance for specialty care
  92. BWF clears four Russians for Rio, awaits 'IOC validation'
  93. Australia to wipe out Hepatitis C in 10 years - Xinhua
  94. New Medicare hospital ratings stir controversy - Philly.com
  95. Antibiotic resistance: 'Snot wars' study yields new class of drugs - BBC News
  96. Deskbound? One hour of physical activity can improve your health - CNN
  97. Quitting Smoking While Pregnant: What Works - HealthDay
  98. Rise of the Surgical Robot and What Doctors Want - Fortune
  99. Masahiro Tanaka roughed up by Astros in 4-1 loss, Lance McCullers - New York Daily News
  100. Obama Chooses Jackson Park For Presidential Center: Reports - NBCNews.com
  101. Turkey Dismisses Military, Shuts Down Media Outlets in Post-Coup Crackdown - Newsweek
  102. US diplomatic strategy on South China Sea appears to founder - Reuters
  103. READ: President Obama's Speech At The Democratic Convention - NPR
  104. BRIEF-Xin Jiang Ready Health Industry and unit scrap divestiture of biological product co
  105. BRIEF-Grifols reports H1 EBITDA at 553.6 mln euros
  106. BRIEF-Meganesuper updates restatement of financial results
  107. BRIEF-Merck & Co and AmoyDx collaborate to bring liquid biopsy RAS biomarker testing to China
  108. UPDATE 1-AstraZeneca earnings hit by waning cholesterol drug sales
  109. PRESS DIGEST- New York Times business news - July 28
  110. BRIEF-Doxa Q2 pre-tax loss narrows to SEK 3.4 million
  111. Bolt arrives in Rio for shot at immortality
  112. 'Nose-y' Bacteria Could Yield A New Way To Fight Infection - NPR
  113. Hepatitis: how to avoid a disease that affects millions worldwide - Times LIVE
  114. Quitting Smoking While Pregnant: What Works - Arizona Daily Star
  115. New crop of robots to vie for space in the operating room - Reuters
  116. Deskbound? One hour of physical activity can improve your health - CNN
  117. Florida officials investigating 4 possible non-travel-related Zika cases - CNN
  118. McCullers, Rasmus help Astros over Yankees 4-1 (Jul 28, 2016) - FOXSports.com
  119. Powerball jackpot grows to whopping $478 million - USA TODAY
  120. Prosecutor in Freddie Gray case: I'm not anti-police - CNN
  121. Obamas pick presidential library site in Chicago - The Hill
  122. Would-be Reagan assassin John Hinckley Jr. to be freed after 35 years - Washington Post
  123. Streaking object in sky sets social media abuzz - The Mercury News
  124. Mother of Orlando shooting victim calls for gun reform at DNC - New York Daily News
  125. BRIEF-Cerenis Therapeutics Holding cash position of 32.9 million euros at June 30
  126. Smith & Nephew buoyed by sports medicine but China weak
  127. BRIEF-Solasto's shareholder to raise stake to 14.92 percent
  128. BRIEF-Nicox raises 18 mln euros to finance R&D
  129. German stocks - Factors to watch on July 28
  130. BRIEF-Diamyd Medical: Companion Medical receives FDA clearance
  131. BRIEF-Chem Tech Research issues 10 bln won worth bonds with warrants
  132. BRIEF-Chem Tech Research issues 5 bln won worth of convertible bonds
  133. Fosun agrees to buy KKR-backed Indian drugmaker for $1.4 billion: source
  134. AstraZeneca earnings hit by waning cholesterol drug sales
  135. Critics of weight-loss device urge U.S. regulator to reverse approval
  136. 'Nose-y' Bacteria Could Yield A New Way To Fight Infection - NPR
  137. Quitting Smoking While Pregnant: What Works - Lincoln Journal Star
  138. Deskbound? One hour of physical activity can improve your health - CNN
  139. New crop of robots to vie for space in the operating room - The Fiscal Times
  140. Florida officials investigating 4 possible non-travel-related Zika cases - CNN
  141. Would-be Reagan assassin John Hinckley Jr. to be freed after 35 years - Washington Post
  142. Prosecutor in Freddie Gray case: I'm not anti-police - CNN
  143. Obamas pick presidential library site in Chicago - The Hill
  144. Light streaks across night sky, generating a frenzy - Los Angeles Times
  145. Misogyny Persists in South Korea, Despite Progress on Women's Rights - World Politics Review
  146. Mother of Orlando shooting victim calls for gun reform at DNC - New York Daily News
  147. Credit Suisse Posts Surprise Profit in Second Quarter - Bloomberg
  148. Obama to Trump: America is already great - CNN
  149. BRIEF-Zealand Pharma: FDA approves lixisenatide in the U.S.
  150. BRIEF-Evolva Holding announces teaming up with Cornelius Group
  151. BRIEF-Hungary's Richter Q2 net profit falls 19.4 pct to 18.1 bln forints
  152. BRIEF-Biosynex H1 revenue up at 13.3 million euros
  153. Swiss stocks - Factors to watch on July 28
  154. BRIEF-UCB H1 profit of group up at 316 million euros
  155. BRIEF-GE to sell its shares in GE Capital Interbanca SpA to Banca IFIS SpA
  156. BRIEF-Pharming Group H1 operating loss at 6.2 million euros
  157. 'Best U.S. team' set for high profile in Brazil
  158. Team USA look to sweep golds in Rio
  159. New crop of robots to vie for space in the operating room
  160. Transgender People Aren't Mentally Ill and Shouldn't Be Labeled as Such - Slate Magazine
  161. Forsyth, Wake Forest Baptist receive average quality rate from Medicare - Winston-Salem Journal
  162. Expanding Access To Hepatitis C Treatment To All Who Need It - Huffington Post
  163. 'Nose-y' Bacteria Could Yield A New Way To Fight Infection - NPR
  164. Deskbound? One hour of physical activity can improve your health - CNN
  165. Florida officials investigating 4 possible non-travel-related Zika cases - CNN
  166. Man Arrested at NYC Bus Station After Threatening Officers - ABC News
  167. Prosecutor in Freddie Gray case: I'm not anti-police - CNN
  168. Obamas pick presidential library site in Chicago - The Hill
  169. Children Detained in War Zones - Human Rights Watch
  170. Would-be Reagan assassin John Hinckley Jr. to be freed after 35 years - Washington Post
  171. Coast Guard may have found 4 boaters missing off Key West - The Daily Progress
  172. Mother of Orlando shooting victim calls for gun reform at DNC - New York Daily News
  173. Obama and Biden, arguing to stay the course, make a case against Trump - Washington Post
  174. Tips For Building A Better Butt
  175. Top 10 New Year's Resolutions For Gaining Muscle
  176. Which Cardio Methods Melt Fat The Fastest?
  177. Butt Building - Fixing Your Flat Butt!
  178. Fosun agrees to buy KKR-backed Indian drug maker for $1.4 bln -source
  179. UPDATE 1-Fosun agrees to buy KKR-backed Indian drugmaker for $1.4 bln -source
  180. MIDEAST STOCKS - Factors to watch - July 28
  181. BRIEF-Fda approves Lixisenatide as Adlyxintm for treatment of adults with type 2 diabetes in U.S.
  182. Fitzpatrick, Jets agree on a new one-year deal
  183. Transgender identity is not a mental health disorder, study finds - Fox News
  184. WNY hospitals rank average or lower in federal survey - Buffalo News
  185. Expanding Access To Hepatitis C Treatment To All Who Need It - Huffington Post
  186. 'Nose-y' Bacteria Could Yield A New Way To Fight Infection - NPR
  187. Deskbound? One hour of physical activity can improve your health - CNN
  188. Florida officials investigating 4 possible non-travel-related Zika cases - CNN
  189. Ice Bucket Challenge funding leads to ALS gene discovery - Tribune-Review
  190. Why is Jupiter extra-hot over the Great Red Spot? Scientists puzzle over superstorm - Los Angeles Times
  191. Obamas pick presidential library site in Chicago - The Hill
  192. The Latest: Man wounded by Hinckley hopes judge is right - Washington Post
  193. Coast Guard may have found 4 boaters missing off Key West - The Daily Progress
  194. Obama, Democrats attack Trump at Hillary's convention - USA TODAY
  195. Obama: No one more qualified than Hillary Clinton - CNN
  196. BRIEF-Boryung Pharm to buy 32.7 pct stake in cell therapy product R&D firm for 1.5 bln won
  197. BRIEF-Yantai Dongcheng Biochemicals controlling shareholder and chairman propose 2016 H1 dividend payment
  198. No thanks for the London memories, says Campbell
  199. The Truth About Staying Up Late, and the Dangers of Sleep Deprivation
  200. Moving: Itís Not as Difficult as You Think
  201. Mosquito with West Nile virus found in Costa Mesa adds to county's upward trend - Los Angeles Times
  202. Expanding Access To Hepatitis C Treatment To All Who Need It - Huffington Post
  203. WNY hospitals rank average or lower in federal survey - Buffalo News
  204. 'Nose-y' Bacteria Could Yield A New Way To Fight Infection - NPR
  205. Hour's activity 'offsets sedentary day' - BBC News
  206. New study sounds the alarm on dietary supplements - CBS News
  207. Florida officials investigating 4 possible non-travel-related Zika cases - CNN
  208. Mother of Orlando shooting victim calls for gun reform at DNC - New York Daily News
  209. Sen. Tim Kaine's Record On Health Care: He's With Hillary - NPR
  210. Facebook sees 2 billion searches per day, but it's attacking Twitter not Google - TechCrunch
  211. Coast Guard may have found 4 boaters missing off Key West - The Daily Progress
  212. The Latest: Man wounded by Hinckley hopes judge is right - Washington Post
  213. How Abigail Adams Proves Bill O'Reilly Wrong About Slavery - The Atlantic
  214. Obama, Biden to Put National Security on Convention Agenda - Bloomberg
  215. BRIEF-Tactile Systems priced its IPO at $10.00 per share
  216. Rhode guns for medals - and children's books
  217. Wiggo, Cav back but British supremacy faces test
  218. Doping tsunami leaves number one sport on brink
  219. WNY hospitals rank average or lower in federal survey - Buffalo News
  220. POLL: Would you support the use of genetically modified mosquitoes in your neighborhood to combat Zika? - AccuWeather.com
  221. Could this computer game delay Alzheimer's symptoms? New study suggests it could. - Houston Chronicle
  222. 'Nose-y' Bacteria Could Yield A New Way To Fight Infection - NPR
  223. Study notes promising Zika antibodies; Florida suspects more local cases - CIDRAP
  224. Sen. Tim Kaine's Record On Health Care: He's With Hillary - NPR
  225. O'Reilly blasts 'smear merchants' over slavery remarks - Politico
  226. What's the deal with Terry McAuliffe saying Clinton will flip on TPP? - USA TODAY
  227. Mother of Orlando Shooting Victim Makes Emotional Plea at DNC - ABC News
  228. Prosecutor in Freddie Gray case: I'm not anti-police - CNN
  229. Obama chooses historic Jackson Park as library site - Chicago Tribune
  230. Dems accuse Trump of disloyalty over Clinton emails - CNN
  231. PRESS DIGEST- British Business - July 28
  232. Induced labor not linked to higher autism risk
  233. Could this computer game delay Alzheimer's symptoms? New study suggests it could. - Houston Chronicle
  234. 'Nose-y' Bacteria Could Yield A New Way To Fight Infection - NPR
  235. More cancer-causing chemicals found in electronic cigarettes - The Verge
  236. Study notes promising Zika antibodies; Florida suspects more local cases - CIDRAP
  237. Sen. Tim Kaine's Record On Health Care: He's With Hillary - NPR
  238. One dead as wildfire near California's Big Sur burns 23000 acres - New York Daily News
  239. Union Station reopens after suspicious package investigated - Tulsa World
  240. Prosecutor in Freddie Gray case: I'm not anti-police - CNN
  241. McAuliffe fuels new distrust of Clinton over her position on trade - Washington Post
  242. Read What Barack Obama Will Say at the Democratic Convention - TIME
  243. UPDATE 3-Amgen again raises 2016 forecast in display of confidence
  244. Lack of exercise costs world $67.5 bln and 5 million lives a year
  245. UK health service under fire over access to hepatitis C drugs
  246. BRIEF-Uniqure presents updated clinical data in patients with severe Hemophilia B
  247. BRIEF-Alere says is fully cooperating with U.S. DOJ investigation
  248. BRIEF-Brookdale Senior Living Inc enters into agreement to sell 44 communities
  249. Ryder Cup captains look for right balance
  250. Brazil cites Olympic organizers over workers fixing athletes' village