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  1. National week of prayer focused on ending HIV - Knoxville News Sentinel
  2. Super lice may not be as ominous as they seem - Longview Daily News
  3. New York may ban smokeless tobacco at Yankee Stadium - NJ.com
  4. Rubio attacks Trump, but he'll have to win something to get the best of him - Los Angeles Times
  5. Caitlyn Jenner, MAC Cosmetics pair up to create lipstick - CNN International
  6. Slain teacher's family disappointed killer has chance for parole - Worcester Telegram
  7. Temporary truce starts in Syria despite clashes between some rebels, militants - CNN
  8. Suspect in Kansas Shooting Had Been Served Protection Order - ABC News
  9. Update of USDA National Nutrient Database for Standard Reference Released
  10. ISIS News: U.S. Pressured to Do More in Syria and Iraq 'Genocide'
  11. Hillary gets personal while Bernie declares revolution - Washington Post
  12. California Highway Patrol needed nearly four hours to catch a runaway 'unicorn' - Los Angeles Times
  13. US study of 9 pregnant travellers raises new worries about Zika - Reuters
  14. Obesity May Lead To Memory Problems In Young Adults, Study Suggests - Tech Times
  15. Study: Transgender children allowed to live openly fare well - Business Insider
  16. Doctors just announced America's first uterus transplant - here's what that means - Business Insider
  17. Second LA County Pregnant Woman Infected with Zika - Patch.com
  18. Rep: Yoko Ono hospitalized, on the mend - USA TODAY
  19. Number of children in England needing tooth removal due to decay increases for fourth consecutive year: HSCIC Study - Maine News Online
  20. Woman: Shampoo session at salon nearly killed me - WPTV.com
  21. Fun, Friendly Website Helps Teens Eat More Veggies
  22. Oscars 2016: Michael Seligman Reveals How the Show Has Changed Over 39 Years - ABC News
  23. US study of 9 pregnant travellers raises new worries about Zika - Reuters
  24. 'Unacceptable' Number Of Kids With Bad Teeth - Sky News
  25. Doctors just announced America's first uterus transplant - here's what that means - Business Insider
  26. Study: Transgender children allowed to live openly fare well - Business Insider
  27. Hillary gets personal while Bernie declares revolution - Washington Post
  28. Teen who killed teacher gets life with chance for parole - 10TV
  29. Yoko Ono Hospitalized in New York - RollingStone.com
  30. Temporary Syria truce begins - CNN
  31. Suspect in Kansas Shooting Had Been Served Protection Order - ABC News
  32. Rubio and Trump now at war for the GOP's future - Washington Post
  33. Dried plums could protect against radiation-induced bone loss
  34. Woman Sues Salon for Stroke Allegedly Caused by Hair Shampooing - ABC News
  35. National week of prayer focused on ending HIV - Knoxville News Sentinel
  36. Obese? You may become more forgetful - Times of India
  37. Caitlyn Jenner, MAC Cosmetics pair up to create lipstick - CNN International
  38. 'Unacceptable' Number Of Kids With Bad Teeth - Sky News
  39. Zika Virus Update: Scientists Hope to Inject Volunteers with Virus
  40. Rubio and Trump now at war for the GOP's future - Washington Post
  41. Suspect in Kansas Shooting Had Been Served Protection Order - ABC News
  42. Syria fighting largely halts as agreement kicks in - Reuters
  43. Obese? You may become more forgetful - Times of India
  44. In South Carolina, Hillary Clinton Looks to Win, and Win Big - ABC News
  45. California pony in unicorn getup captured after 3-hour hunt - The Seattle Times
  46. Oscars 2016: Michael Seligman Reveals How the Show Has Changed Over 39 Years - ABC News
  47. Long Range Strike: 3 Lessons from Defense Contracting that Tell us the Air Force's New Bomber is Ready to Move ... - War on the Rocks
  48. Supreme Court, now without Scalia, confronts Texas abortion clinic law - Sacramento Bee
  49. US study of 9 pregnant travellers raises new worries about Zika - Reuters
  50. Leap day babies ready for special birthdays - Chicago Tribune
  51. Study: Transgender children allowed to live openly fare well - Business Insider
  52. Yoko Ono Hospitalized in New York - RollingStone.com
  53. Doctors just announced America's first uterus transplant - here's what that means - Business Insider
  54. Obese? You may become more forgetful - Financial Express
  55. 'Unacceptable' Number Of Kids With Bad Teeth - Sky News
  56. Is Vitamin D Inadequacy in Early Life an Instance of the “Barker Hypothesis”?
  57. Rubio and Trump now at war for the GOP's future - Washington Post
  58. Suspect in Kansas Shooting Had Been Served Protection Order - ABC News
  59. Raptors' Lowry scores 43 in win over Cavaliers
  60. Yoko Ono Hospitalized in New York - RollingStone.com
  61. California pony in unicorn getup captured after 3-hour hunt - The Seattle Times
  62. On eve of primary, Sanders returns to less-than-capacity crowds in South Carolina - Washington Post
  63. Long Range Strike: 3 Lessons from Defense Contracting that Tell us the Air Force's New Bomber is Ready to Move ... - War on the Rocks
  64. Supreme Court, now without Scalia, confronts Texas abortion clinic law - Sacramento Bee
  65. CDC cautions pregnant women against travel to Rio Olympics - Reuters
  66. Doctors just announced America's first uterus transplant - here's what that means - Business Insider
  67. Leap day babies ready for special birthdays - Chicago Tribune
  68. Transgender kids have good mental health when allowed to be themselves - Reuters
  69. Former Girl Scout has advice for cookie hater Gordon Ramsay - Chicago Tribune
  70. CDC cautions pregnant women against travel to Rio Olympics - Reuters
  71. Philip Chism sentenced to at least 40 years in prison - The Boston Globe
  72. Yoko Ono Hospitalized in New York - RollingStone.com
  73. Kansas shooting: Sheriff believes protection order sparked carnage - CNN
  74. Chris Christie endorses Donald Trump - CNN
  75. Felton leads Mavericks over Nuggets in OT
  76. One of the last abortion clinics in Louisiana: How long will it hold on? - Los Angeles Times
  77. Syria fighting largely halts as agreement kicks in - Reuters
  78. CDC cautions pregnant women against travel to Rio Olympics - Reuters
  79. Being Overweight Linked To Poorer Memory - Eurasia Review
  80. Smile, it's Children's Dental Health Month - Aurora Advertiser
  81. Doctors just announced America's first uterus transplant - here's what that means - Business Insider
  82. Transgender kids have good mental health when allowed to be themselves - Reuters
  83. Reports Of People Sickened At Kellogg Center Up To About 250 - CBS Local
  84. Transgender kids have good mental health when allowed to be themselves - Reuters
  85. Johnson & Johnson just lost a $72 million dollar lawsuit because their baby powder allegedly caused ovarian cancer - Yahoo News
  86. Cleveland Clinic Performs First Successful Uterus Transplant In The US - New England Public Radio
  87. Smile, it's Children's Dental Health Month - Aurora Advertiser
  88. Being Overweight Linked To Poorer Memory - Eurasia Review
  89. CDC cautions pregnant women against travel to Rio Olympics - Reuters
  90. One of the last abortion clinics in Louisiana: How long will it hold on? - Los Angeles Times
  91. Runaway “unicorn” leads California police on wild chase - fox6now.com
  92. CDC cautions pregnant women against travel to Rio Olympics - Reuters
  93. Former Mexican President Vows Not To 'F—king' Pay For Border Wall, Trump Responds With Threat - Western Journalism
  94. Yoko Ono hospitalized in New York with flu-like illness: spokesman - Reuters
  95. Syria fighting largely halts as agreement kicks in - Reuters
  96. Kansas shooting: Sheriff believes protection order sparked carnage - CNN
  97. Gordon Ramsay tries Girl Scout Cookies for the first time - USA TODAY College
  98. Smile, it's Children's Dental Health Month - Aurora Advertiser
  99. Ice hockey-Stanley Cup winner Bathgate dead at 83
  100. Tests show no specific gastrointestinal abnormalities in children with autism
  101. Rubio and Trump now at war for the GOP's future - Washington Post
  102. Syria fighting largely halts as agreement kicks in - Reuters
  103. Transgender kids have good mental health when allowed to be themselves - Reuters
  104. Mexicans back ex-President Fox in vulgar spat with Trump - Dubuque Telegraph Herald
  105. CDC cautions pregnant women against travel to Rio Olympics - Reuters
  106. IRS taxpayer data theft seven times larger than originally thought - CNNMoney
  107. Gordon Ramsay tries Girl Scout Cookies for the first time - USA TODAY College
  108. CDC cautions pregnant women against travel to Rio Olympics - Reuters
  109. One of the last abortion clinics in Louisiana: How long will it hold on? - Los Angeles Times
  110. Being Overweight Linked To Poorer Memory - Eurasia Review
  111. Aggressive Treatment of Moderate HTN May Backfire in Diabetes - MedPage Today
  112. Marco Rubio vs. Donald Trump: The 'choker' vs. the 'con man' - Miami Herald
  113. Cleveland Clinic Performs First Successful Uterus Transplant In The US - New England Public Radio
  114. UPDATE 1-CDC cautions pregnant women against travel to Rio Olympics
  115. Syria fighting largely halts as cessation begins - Reuters
  116. Ex-Mexican President Fox: Donald Trump reminds me of Hitler - CNN
  117. The Latest: Mom of dead teacher says sentence 'unacceptable' - Washington Post
  118. One of the last abortion clinics in Louisiana: How long will it hold on? - Los Angeles Times
  119. Apple lawyer warns government on road to 'limitless' power in iPhone encryption fight - Apple Insider
  120. One of the last abortion clinics in Louisiana: How long will it hold on? - Los Angeles Times
  121. Study links obesity to poor memory - NH Voice
  122. Smile, it's Children's Dental Health Month - Aurora Advertiser
  123. White House highlights Rare Disease Project at Precision Medicine Summit - EurekAlert (press release)
  124. Aggressive Treatment of Moderate HTN May Backfire in Diabetes - MedPage Today
  125. Cleveland Clinic Performs First Successful Uterus Transplant In The US - KPBS
  126. Transgender kids have good mental health when allowed to be themselves - Reuters
  127. U.S. authorities question Citigroup about transactions in FIFA corruption probe
  128. CDC cautions pregnant women against travel to Rio Olympics - Reuters
  129. Kansas shooting rampage deviated from pattern of recent tragedies - Washington Post
  130. Parents of Mass. teacher raped, killed by teen are angry he'll be eligible for parole - NOLA.com
  131. Donald Trump suggests he was audited because of his 'strong Christian faith.' Here's why that's unlikely. - Washington Post
  132. Syria fighting largely halts as cessation begins - Reuters
  133. Apple vs. the FBI: The legal arguments explained - Computerworld
  134. CDC update: 147 Zika cases in US, new test for the virus - CNN
  135. CDC update: 147 Zika cases in US, new test for the virus - CNN
  136. One of the last abortion clinics in Louisiana: How long will it hold on? - Los Angeles Times
  137. Study links excess weight to having a poorer memory - UPI.com
  138. Smile, it's Children's Dental Health Month - Aurora Advertiser
  139. White House highlights Rare Disease Project at Precision Medicine Summit - EurekAlert (press release)
  140. Aggressive Treatment of Moderate HTN May Backfire in Diabetes - MedPage Today
  141. Cleveland Surgeons Perform Nation's First Uterus Transplant - KSTP.com
  142. PGA Tour player Bohn has mild heart attack at Honda Classic
  143. Transgender kids have good mental health when allowed to be themselves - Reuters
  144. Kansas mass shooting suspect had been served domestic violence order - Reuters
  145. Cleveland Surgeons Perform Nation's First Uterus Transplant - KSTP.com
  146. Small Study Suggests ZMapp May Boost Ebola Virus Survival - ABC News
  147. White House highlights Rare Disease Project at Precision Medicine Summit - EurekAlert (press release)
  148. Study links excess weight to having a poorer memory - UPI.com
  149. US details 9 Zika pregnancies: 2 abortions, 2 miscarriages, 1 baby with 'severe microcephaly' - Washington Post
  150. The IRS Hack Is Twice as Bad as We Thought - The Atlantic
  151. Syria fighting largely halts as cessation begins - Reuters
  152. Teen sentenced to at least 40 years in Massachusetts teacher killing - CNN
  153. CDC advises pregnant women against travel to Summer Olympics in Rio
  154. CDC advises pregnant women against travel to Summer Olympics in Rio
  155. US details 9 Zika pregnancies: 2 abortions, 2 miscarriages, 1 baby with 'severe microcephaly' - Washington Post
  156. Cook to Apple shareholders: Fighting the feds 'doesn't scare us' - CNET
  157. CDC advises pregnant women against travel to Summer Olympics in Rio
  158. Sanders' Super Tuesday focus evident in travel outside South - Washington Post
  159. Rio Olympics to charge teams for mosquito screens to prevent Zika
  160. Smile, it's Children's Dental Health Month - Aurora Advertiser
  161. Aggressive Treatment of Moderate HTN May Backfire in Diabetes - MedPage Today
  162. Cook to Apple shareholders: Fighting the feds 'doesn't scare us' - CNET
  163. IRS to warn 685000 tax filers of ID theft - Detroit Free Press
  164. Winning an Oscar is priceless, but selling it gets you exactly $10 - Los Angeles Times
  165. US details 9 Zika pregnancies: 2 abortions, 2 miscarriages, 1 baby with 'severe microcephaly' - Washington Post
  166. Researchers with opposing views on salt intake are ignoring each other
  167. UPDATE 1-GE units get DoJ subpoenas over subprime mortgages
  168. GE units get DoJ subpoenas over subprime mortgages
  169. While endorsing Trump, Christie attacks Rubio - Washington Post
  170. Kansas gunman served with restraining order just before shooting spree, police say - Washington Post
  171. Teen sentenced to at least 40 years in Massachusetts teacher killing - CNN
  172. Syria cessation of hostilities agreement comes into effect - Reuters
  173. Obesity Linked to Poor Memory - Voice of America
  174. Aggressive Treatment of Moderate HTN May Backfire in Diabetes - MedPage Today
  175. Single human antibody shows promise against Ebola - Times of India
  176. Cleveland Surgeons Perform Nation's First Uterus Transplant - KSTP.com
  177. Don't Give Up on PrEP - Gawker
  178. Transgender kids have good mental health when allowed to be themselves - Reuters
  179. Teen sentenced in Massachusetts teacher killing - CNN
  180. Syria cease-fire takes effect - CBS News
  181. Police: 14 dead as al-Shabab gunmen attack hotel in Somalia - Washington Post
  182. Winning an Oscar is priceless, but selling it gets you exactly $10 - Los Angeles Times
  183. Air Force reveals first image of B-21 Long Range Strike Bomber - CNN
  184. Cook to Apple shareholders: Fighting the feds 'doesn't scare us' - CNET
  185. Kansas shooting: Sheriff believes protection order sparked carnage - CNN
  186. Time for Christie to eat his harsh words about Trump - Washington Post
  187. UPDATE 1-U.S. study of 9 pregnant travelers raises new worries about Zika
  188. RPT-Old red dye shows promise as new cancer foe
  189. Rio Olympics to charge teams for mosquito screens to prevent Zika
  190. Federer plans tour return in April
  191. Barcelona, Red Star keep alive Euroleague playoff hopes
  192. Fowler sets Honda pace, McIlroy again struggles
  193. US details 9 Zika pregnancies: 2 abortions, 2 miscarriages, 1 baby born with 'severe microcephaly' - Washington Post
  194. Cleveland Surgeons Perform Nation's First Uterus Transplant - KSTP.com
  195. Transgender kids have good mental health when allowed to be themselves - Reuters
  196. Big verdict doesn't assure more wins for plaintiffs in talc-cancer cases - Reuters
  197. NIH taking first steps to huge precision medicine project - Business Insider
  198. Ebola Survivor's Blood Holds Promise of New Treatment - Scientific American
  199. Aggressive Treatment of Moderate HTN May Backfire in Diabetes - MedPage Today
  200. Study links excess weight to having a poorer memory - UPI.com
  201. San Bernardino sheriff says it's likely 'there is nothing of any value' on iPhone the FBI wants Apple to crack - Apple Insider
  202. Air Force reveals first image of B-21 Long Range Strike Bomber - CNN
  203. Mexicans back ex-President Fox in vulgar spat with Trump - Washington Post
  204. CDC: Birth defects, miscarriages documented in pregnant US women with Zika - Washington Post
  205. Chism sentenced to at least 40 years; family calls it 'unacceptable' - The Boston Globe
  206. Police: 14 dead as al-Shabab gunmen attack hotel in Somalia - Washington Post
  207. Kansas gunman served with restraining order just before shooting spree, police say - Washington Post
  208. Chris Christie Endorses Donald Trump for President - NBCNews.com
  209. Notice of Modification to the List of Permitted Sweeteners to Enable the Use of the Sweetener Erythritol to Non-Alcoholic Carbonated Water-based Fruit-Flavoured and Sweetened Beverages Other than Cola Type Beverages - Reference Number: NOM/ADM-0067
  210. Notice of Modification to the List of Permitted Food Enzymes to Enable the Use of Protease from Bacillus licheniformis S10-34zEK4 in the Manufacture of Hydrolyzed Animal, Milk and Vegetable Protein – Document Reference Number: NOM/ADM-0068
  211. Transgender kids have good mental health when allowed to be themselves
  212. Benzodiazepine prescriptions, overdose deaths on the rise in U.S.
  213. Indonesia's Psychiatry Association Classifies LGBT People as Having a 'Mental Disorder'
  214. CDC: Birth defects, miscarriages documented in pregnant US women with Zika - Washington Post
  215. Study links excess weight to having a poorer memory - UPI.com
  216. First Uterus Transplant in US Gives Hope to Women With Rare Condition - ABC News
  217. Aggressive Treatment of Moderate HTN May Backfire in Diabetes - MedPage Today
  218. Ebola Survivor's Blood Holds Promise of New Treatment - Scientific American
  219. NIH taking first steps to huge precision medicine project - Business Insider
  220. Big verdict doesn't assure more wins for plaintiffs in talc-cancer cases - Reuters
  221. Transgender kids have good mental health when allowed to be themselves - Reuters
  222. RPT-Ohio hospital performs first uterus transplant in the U.S.
  223. U.S. study of 9 pregnant women who traveled shows Zika virus in some
  224. UPDATE 1-Argentina woman contracts Zika without leaving the country
  225. UPDATE 1-Trump's march stirs growing sense of dread among U.S. Republicans
  226. Spurs call the tune in victory over Jazz
  227. Blatter disappointed soccer ban upheld by FIFA appeal body: paper
  228. U.S. CDC says 6 confirmed and probable cases of Zika sexual transmission
  229. BRIEF-U.S. CDC provides information on six confirmed and probable cases of sexual transmission of Zika virus
  230. BRIEF-Nanobiotix FY revenue falls to 265,543 euros
  231. U.S. sets conditions for Hikma's takeover of Boehringer's Roxane
  232. Salt intake appears to have little impact on bone health in menopausal women
  233. University of Kentucky researcher helps draft 'historic' position paper on nutrition and athletic performance
  234. Contact Lens Solutions With Hydrogen Peroxide: To Avoid Injury, Follow All Instructions
  235. 'Colored' and Decorative Contact Lenses: A Prescription Is A Must
  236. CAS to rule in Russian anti-doping cases
  237. Tokyo Sexwale pulls out before first round of FIFA presidential vote
  238. Rick Warren Urges Evangelicals to Share Gospel to 2 Billion 'Unreached' People in 1-Day Event
  239. Christian Channel Gives Hope to Refugee Children Fleeing Syria With On-Air Education
  240. Argentina woman contracts Zika without leaving the country
  241. U.S. study of nine pregnant women who traveled shows Zika virus in some
  242. Ohio hospital performs first uterus transplant in the U.S.
  243. Court orders abortion waiting period to be enforced in Florida
  244. CDC says six confirmed and probable cases of Zika sexual transmission
  245. Swedish industry wants European medicines agency if UK quits EU
  246. Teen mental health risk increases with food insecurity
  247. Rivals chase Bristol-Myers in cancer immunotherapy drug race
  248. FIFA elects Swiss Infantino to lead it out of era of scandal
  249. Maradona urges life imprisonment for Blatter, Platini
  250. Cavendish given top-three target at world championships