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  1. Man describes trying to rescue teen after helicopter crash in Hawaii - CBS News
  2. How dangerous is the tool the FBI is asking Apple to build? - The Verge
  3. Harper Lee dead at age of 89: 'To Kill a Mockingbird' author passes away - AL.com
  4. Updated Guidance Document - Post-Notice of Compliance Changes: Quality Document
  5. How safe is the Paleo diet?
  6. BRIEF-UCB's BRIVIACT receives FDA approval
  7. UPDATE 1-Lupin to divest two Gavis drugs for deal approval - FTC
  8. Medicaid premium hikes may leave many children uninsured
  9. Texas official to retire after criticizing Planned Parenthood cuts
  10. Mentoring may help teens cope with chronic pain
  11. Recidivism Watch: Sanders's inaccurate claim that a Koch-backed group wants to 'privatize' the VA - Washington Post
  12. When Fear Becomes An Unintended Public Health Problem - NPR
  13. Texas official to retire after criticizing Planned Parenthood cuts - Reuters
  14. Surgery Tech Charged With Stealing Meds Previously Stole Syringes - CBS Local
  15. Egg Yolks Are Probably Not Linked To Heart Disease - Science World Report
  16. New therapy could double chances of recovery from bleeding stroke for some patients - Washington Post
  17. Calif. board rejects measure specifying condom use in porn - seattlepi.com
  18. Sleep-deprived America in five simple charts: The impact of marriage, education and work - Washington Post
  19. Virtually all hospitals now in deficit - BBC News
  20. Scalia rests in repose on Lincoln's catafalque as public farewells begin - Washington Post
  21. Joe Biden 'Could Live With' Supporting Hillary Clinton or Bernie Sanders - ABC News
  22. Christian conservatives react to Pope questioning Donald Trump's faith - Fox News
  23. US airstrikes target suspected Islamic State base in Libya - Washington Post
  24. Harper Lee, elusive author of 'To Kill a Mockingbird,' is dead at 89 - Washington Post
  25. The Great Republican Stalemate - The Atlantic
  26. Post-Authorization Activity ELOCTATE [2016-02-19]
  27. First results of Zika-microcephaly study in spring -U.S. official
  28. UPDATE 1-Growing evidence of Zika link with microcephaly, WHO says
  29. FTC requires Lupin, Gavis to divest drugs for deal approval
  30. Retired NASCAR great Gordon has Le Mans in mind
  31. Kenya seeks two more months to meet anti-doping demands
  32. Chilton goes from F1 tail-ender to 500 contender
  33. In luxury hotel, a window on Uganda's bid to forget its troubled past - Christian Science Monitor
  34. Can Scientists Prove Zika Virus Causing Birth Defects? - Voice of America
  35. New therapy could double chances of recovery from bleeding stroke for some patients - Washington Post
  36. Could the right bacteria help save children from malnutrition? - Washington Post
  37. Calif. board rejects measure specifying condom use in porn - seattlepi.com
  38. CREST: Low Stroke Rate at 10 Years With Both Carotid Stenting and Surgery - Medscape
  39. Egg Yolks Are Probably Not Linked To Heart Disease - Science World Report
  40. Virtually all hospitals now in deficit - BBC News
  41. More than a third of Americans not getting enough sleep - UPI.com
  42. Man describes trying to rescue teen after helicopter crash in Hawaii - CBS News
  43. Man describes trying to rescue teen after helicopter crash in Hawaii - CBS News
  44. Scalia rests in repose on Lincoln's catafalque as public farewells begin - Washington Post
  45. The Great Republican Stalemate - The Atlantic
  46. Pope Francis Erects and Fortifies Walls - Huffington Post
  47. US strikes Islamic State in Libya, killing 40 people - Reuters
  48. Binge drinking dangerous for young adults
  49. The intestinal microbiota: A new ally for optimum growth
  50. WWE Launches All-New WWE.com
  51. Instant Muscle: Press Pain Free
  52. 3 Athletes To Watch Leading Up To The Arnold
  53. Manny Pacquiao Defiant After Nike Firing: 'I'm Happier That People Hear the Truth' About Gay People
  54. FDA approves UCB's drug to treat epilepsy-related seizures
  55. WHO says increasing evidence of Zika link with microcephaly
  56. Irish trio ruled out of Six Nations
  57. Ferrari make the F1 title their 2016 target
  58. Joe Rogan is His Own Worst Critic
  59. Kimbo Slice Nearly Exposes Himself During Bellator Presser
  60. Judge Moves 'Affluenza' Teen's Case to Adult Court - ABC News
  61. Calif. board rejects measure specifying condom use in porn - The Advocate
  62. Egg Yolks Are Probably Not Linked To Heart Disease - Science World Report
  63. Virtually all hospitals now in deficit - BBC News
  64. CREST: Low Stroke Rate at 10 Years With Both Carotid Stenting and Surgery - Medscape
  65. New therapy could double chances of recovery from bleeding stroke for some patients - Washington Post
  66. More than a third of Americans not getting enough sleep - UPI.com
  67. Can Scientists Prove Zika Virus Causing Birth Defects? - Voice of America
  68. Most people who love Pope Francis already hated Donald Trump - Washington Post
  69. Ugandan Opposition Leader Besigye Re-arrested; Museveni Leading Poll - Voice of America
  70. US strikes Islamic State in Libya, more than 40 dead - Reuters
  71. Should a pope get involved in politics? Of course he should - Crux: Covering all things Catholic
  72. Democrats scoff as Republicans say they'll hold out to prevent Obama Supreme Court appointee - Los Angeles Times
  73. Man describes trying to rescue teen after helicopter crash in Hawaii - CBS News
  74. Kenya: Lions on the loose after escaping from national park in Nairobi - CNN
  75. Cameron says some progress but 'no deal' in EU talks lasting through the night - Washington Post
  76. BRIEF-LifeAssays 2015 net sales SEK 4.8  million
  77. BRIEF-Telemedycyna Polska Jan. revenue down 19.9 pct yoy
  78. Brazil's Rousseff guarantees resources for Zika vaccine
  79. Deals of the day-Mergers and acquisitions
  80. WHO says increasing evidence of Zika link with microcephaly
  81. FDA approves UCB's drug to treat epilepsy-related seizures
  82. Italy sees fewest births ever in 2015, population drops
  83. Brazil's Rousseff guarantees resources for Zika vaccine
  84. Facebook, Google, Twitter, Woz, Trump, McAfee, Snowden, and more take sides on Apple vs. the FBI - Macworld
  85. Pope's blessing, call for mercy impacts El Paso crowd - National Catholic Reporter
  86. Could the right bacteria help save children from malnutrition? - Washington Post
  87. 1 in 3 American adults not getting enough sleep - Fox News
  88. NHS trusts' overspend tops 2.2bn - BBC News
  89. Study finds widespread cyberbullying, signs of PTSD among teens - WJHL
  90. What travelers need to know about the Zika virus - USA TODAY
  91. Clot-Buster Alteplase Effective In Reducing Deaths Associated With Deadly Form Of Stroke - Tech Times
  92. CREST: Low Stroke Rate at 10 Years With Both Carotid Stenting and Surgery - Medscape
  93. CDC still says Americans aren't getting enough sleep - WPTV.com
  94. Could the right bacteria help save children from malnutrition? - Washington Post
  95. Porn actors won't be forced to wear condoms in California - Mashable
  96. Half of teens at ER report peer violence, cyberbullying - UPI.com
  97. What travelers need to know about the Zika virus - USA TODAY
  98. This Clot-Busting Drug Increases Survival Chances From Hemorrhagic Stroke - Latin Post
  99. CREST: Low Stroke Rate at 10 Years With Both Carotid Stenting and Surgery - Medscape
  100. NHS trusts' overspend tops 2.2bn - BBC News
  101. CREST: Low Stroke Rate at 10 Years With Both Carotid Stenting and Surgery - Medscape
  102. What travelers need to know about the Zika virus - USA TODAY
  103. This Clot-Busting Drug Increases Survival Chances From Hemorrhagic Stroke - Latin Post
  104. Ugandan Opposition Leader Besigye Re-arrested - Voice of America
  105. Virgin Galactic to Unveil, Christen New Passenger Spaceship Today - Space.com
  106. Cameron says some progress but 'no deal' in EU talks lasting through the night - Washington Post
  107. Tourists Describe Moment Pearl Harbor Helicopter 'Fell Out of the Sky' - ABC News
  108. US airstrikes target suspected Islamic State base in Libya - Washington Post
  109. Democrats scoff as Republicans say they'll hold out to prevent Obama Supreme Court appointee - Los Angeles Times
  110. Donald Trump: "I don't like fighting with the pope" - CBS News
  111. Half of teens at ER report peer violence, cyberbullying - UPI.com
  112. NHS trusts' overspend tops 2.2bn - BBC News
  113. CDC still says Americans aren't getting enough sleep - WPTV.com
  114. Could the right bacteria help save children from malnutrition? - Washington Post
  115. Porn actors won't be forced to wear condoms in California - Mashable
  116. Donald Trump: "I don't like fighting with the pope" - CBS News
  117. Official: US warplanes strike ISIS camp, targets terrorist leader in Libya - CNN
  118. Tourists Describe Moment Pearl Harbor Helicopter 'Fell Out of the Sky' - ABC News
  119. Ugandan Opposition Leader Besigye Re-arrested - Voice of America
  120. Facebook, Google, Twitter, Woz, Trump, McAfee, Snowden, and more take sides on Apple vs. the FBI - Macworld
  121. Democrats scoff as Republicans say they'll hold out to prevent Obama Supreme Court appointee - Los Angeles Times
  122. Red meat compound linked to worse outcomes in heart failure patients
  123. RPT-INSIGHT-Zika-hit Puerto Rico prepares to import all of its blood supplies
  124. EU mergers and takeovers (Feb 19)
  125. BRIEF-Med-Center buys 7.05 pct stake in Inno-gene from Ultra Qam 5
  126. BRIEF-Mediclin FY group sales up at EUR 555.3 mln
  127. Paralyzed Christian Man Sentenced to Death to Save Wife From Being Tortured by Police
  128. CREST: Low Stroke Rate at 10 Years With Both Carotid Stenting and Surgery - Medscape
  129. Clot-busting drug can lessen disability and mortality changes in patients with intraventricular hemorrhage - NH Voice
  130. US, Brazil researchers join forces to battle Zika virus - Fox News
  131. NHS trusts' overspend hits 2.26bn - BBC News
  132. Could the right bacteria help save children from malnutrition? - Washington Post
  133. Porn actors won't be forced to wear condoms in California - Mashable
  134. Men could be prescribed HRT to boost their sex drive over the age of 65 - Mirror.co.uk
  135. Getting Enough Sleep? One-Third Of American Adults Don't: CDC - Tech Times
  136. Trump punches back against Pope just before crucial primary: Who does that? - Fox News
  137. Eyewitness: Helicopter fell from sky into Pearl Harbor - seattlepi.com
  138. Kenya: Lions on the loose after escaping from national park in Nairobi - CNN
  139. Secret Memo Details U.S.'s Broader Strategy to Crack Phones - Bloomberg
  140. Still no deal for Britain on EU reforms after all-night talks - Reuters
  141. Democrats scoff as Republicans say they'll hold out to prevent Obama Supreme Court appointee - Los Angeles Times
  142. Deals of the day-Mergers and acquisitions
  143. India's Fortis Healthcare says in talks with investors for pathology chain SRL
  144. BRIEF-Aspen Pharmacare buys rights to hydroxyprogesterone caproate finished dose
  145. BRIEF-Hunan Er-Kang Pharma's preliminary 2015 net profit up 110.7 pct y/y
  146. UPDATE 1-Teva offers EU concessions over Allergan generics deal - EU
  147. Williams hope new car is faster on slower tracks
  148. Teva offers EU concessions over Allergan generics deal - EU
  149. A Decade Later, Stents Durable for Stroke Prevention - MedPage Today
  150. Clot-busting drug can lessen disability and mortality changes in patients with intraventricular hemorrhage - NH Voice
  151. Men could be prescribed HRT to boost their sex drive over the age of 65 - Mirror.co.uk
  152. Calif. board rejects measure specifying condom use in porn - Miami Herald
  153. Leafly Science Roundup: Can Cannabis Improve Your Workout? - Leafly
  154. How Microbes Make Malnutrition Worse - The Atlantic
  155. Study: A third of US adults don't get enough sleep - CNN
  156. Can scientists prove Zika virus is causing birth defects? - Washington Post
  157. Can scientists prove Zika virus is causing birth defects? - Washington Post
  158. Cameron Pushes for Tougher Welfare Curbs in 'Brexit' Gamble - Bloomberg
  159. Court of Appeals Delays Baltimore Officer's Trial in Freddie Gray Case - NBCNews.com
  160. Apple likely to invoke free-speech rights in encryption fight - Reuters
  161. BRIEF-Shenzhen Hepalink Pharma's preliminary 2015 net profit up 79.7 pct
  162. Eyewitness: Helicopter fell from sky into Pearl Harbor - Chron.com
  163. Donald Trump challenged over 9/11, Iraq War comments - CNN
  164. Sugar tax could prevent 3.7 million cases of obesity over next decade, UK
  165. BRIEF-Ginwa Enterprise's shares to halt trade pending share issue plan
  166. BRIEF-Tibet Rhodiola Pharma's shares to halt trade pending share issue plan
  167. Teva offers EU concessions over Allergan generics deal - EU
  168. Clot-busting drug improves survival for deadly form of stroke - UPI.com
  169. Egg Yolks Are Probably Not Linked To Heart Disease - Science World Report
  170. Study: A third of US adults don't get enough sleep - CNN
  171. How Microbes Make Malnutrition Worse - The Atlantic
  172. Leafly Science Roundup: Can Cannabis Improve Your Workout? - Leafly
  173. Calif. board rejects measure specifying condom use in porn - Miami Herald
  174. Jury indicts Colo. tech accused of tampering with syringe - WJXT Jacksonville
  175. BRIEF-Neurovive Q4 loss narrows
  176. BRIEF-Corline Biomedical proposes rights issue of SEK 25.5 million
  177. Donald Trump challenged over 9/11, Iraq War comments - CNN
  178. Clinton expands lead in delegates despite Sanders' win in NH - Washington Post
  179. Pope suggests contraceptives could be used to slow spread of Zika - CNN
  180. Apple likely to invoke free-speech rights in encryption fight - Reuters
  181. BRIEF-Feelgood Svenska Q4 oper profit falls to SEK 5.6 mln
  182. BRIEF-Kancera Q4 operating loss widens to SEK 5.9 million
  183. BRIEF-Immunicum Q2 2015/2016 operating loss widens to SEK 11.2 mln
  184. BRIEF-Medcamp plans to expand into other business area
  185. BRIEF-Weifa Q4 EBITDA swings to profit of NOK 22.1 mln
  186. BRIEF-Guizhou Xinbang Pharma to invest at least 700 mln yuan in medical logistics project
  187. FIFA faces day of reckoning as threats mount
  188. Pakistani Christian Couple Sentenced to Death over Alleged Blasphemy Claims They Were Tortured into Admitting Crime
  189. NTSB Investigating Helicopter Crash in Pearl Harbor - ABC News
  190. Cameron talks late into night in Brussels, EU digs in heels - Reuters
  191. Can scientists prove Zika virus is causing birth defects? - Washington Post
  192. Right gut bacteria may protect against malnutrition, study says - Yakima Herald-Republic
  193. Calif. board rejects measure specifying condom use in porn - Washington Post
  194. Marijuana use may lead to abuse of other substances - Reuters
  195. Companies Are Using Big Data to Discourage Employees From Having Costly Surgery - Gizmodo
  196. Study: A third of US adults don't get enough sleep - CNN
  197. Egg Yolks Are Probably Not Linked To Heart Disease - Science World Report
  198. Clot-busting drug improves survival for deadly form of stroke - UPI.com
  199. Can scientists prove Zika virus is causing birth defects? - Washington Post
  200. Helicopter makes hard landing in water near Pearl Harbor - CBS News
  201. Trump supported invading Iraq in 2002 - Politico
  202. Pope suggests contraceptives could be used to slow spread of Zika - CNN
  203. 5 takeaways from the CNN Republican town hall - CNN
  204. Latinos seek answers from Sanders and Clinton at Democratic forum in Las Vegas - Los Angeles Times
  205. Novartis wins FDA breakthrough therapy for AML treatment
  206. Essilor 2015 profit rises, sees higher revenue in 2016
  207. Swiss stocks - Factors to watch on Feb 19
  208. BRIEF-AstraZeneca says Zurampic approved in EU for gout patients
  209. Insight: Zika-hit Puerto Rico prepares to import all of its blood supplies
  210. Novartis wins FDA breakthrough therapy for AML treatment
  211. Clot-busting drug improves survival for deadly form of stroke - UPI.com
  212. Egg Yolks Are Probably Not Linked To Heart Disease - Science World Report
  213. Calif. safety board: No mandatory condoms in porn - USA TODAY
  214. Vermont Veterans With PTSD Go Skiing to Bond, Heal - ABC News
  215. Companies Are Using Big Data to Discourage Employees From Having Costly Surgery - Gizmodo
  216. Right gut bacteria may protect against malnutrition, study says - Yakima Herald-Republic
  217. Study: A third of US adults don't get enough sleep - CNN
  218. Egg Yolks Are Probably Not Linked To Heart Disease - Science World Report
  219. Clot-busting drug improves survival for deadly form of stroke - UPI.com
  220. Bill Cosby Looks to Shut Up Rape Accuser, Blames Her Lawyers for Deposition Leak - Hollywood Reporter
  221. Teen in critical condition after private helicopter crashes into Hawaii's Pearl Harbor - AL.com
  222. Facing tight race, Clinton questions Sanders' party ties - Washington Post
  223. BRIEF-BB Biotech proposes dividend of 14.50 Swiss francs per share
  224. INSIGHT-Zika-hit Puerto Rico prepares to import all of its blood supplies
  225. PRESS DIGEST- New York Times business news - Feb 19
  226. PRESS DIGEST - Wall Street Journal - Feb 19
  227. Donald Trump challenged over 9/11, Iraq War comments - CNN
  228. Pope suggests contraceptives could be used to slow spread of Zika - CNN
  229. Study: A third of US adults don't get enough sleep - CNN
  230. Study: Right gut bacteria may protect against malnutrition - Fredericksburg.com
  231. Can scientists prove Zika virus is causing birth defects? - Washington Post
  232. The "big data" app that predicts employees' health - CBS News
  233. Marijuana use may lead to abuse of other substances - Free Malaysia Today
  234. Faced With Choice of Clinton or Sanders, Influential Nevada Culinary Workers Union Goes With Neither - New York Magazine
  235. Bad news for Ted Cruz: his eligibility for president is going to court - Vox
  236. US, Brazil researchers join forces to battle Zika virus - Reuters
  237. Clot-busting drug improves survival for deadly form of stroke - UPI.com
  238. Health: PA Congressman Says FDA Should Take Popular Form Of Birth Control Off the Market - CBS Local
  239. Teen in critical condition after private helicopter crashes into Hawaii's Pearl Harbor - AL.com
  240. Pope suggests contraceptives could be used to slow spread of Zika - CNN
  241. Harry Reid: Obama To Nominate Scalia Replacement In Weeks - Huffington Post
  242. Recording Suggests Hillary Clinton Backers Testing Attack Lines Ahead of Nevada Caucus - ABC News
  243. Donald Trump challenged over 9/11, Iraq War comments - CNN
  244. China Jan vehicle sales up 7.72 pct y/y - industry association
  245. Egg Yolks Are Probably Not Linked To Heart Disease - Science World Report
  246. Study finds testosterone gel is no fountain of youth - Fredericksburg.com
  247. Study: Right gut bacteria may protect against malnutrition - Fredericksburg.com
  248. The "big data" app that predicts employees' health - CBS News
  249. Study: A third of US adults don't get enough sleep - CNN
  250. A Decade Later, Stents Durable for Stroke Prevention - MedPage Today