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  1. 'Herbal Viagra' and 14 other supplements may increase disease risk - Fox News
  2. Human nasal bacteria might be superbug killer - CNN
  3. Fearing Zika, FDA Asks 2 Florida Counties To Halt Blood Donations - NPR
  4. Obama sets the record straight on his 7 almonds a night - USA TODAY
  5. China says to hold drills with Russia in South China Sea - Reuters
  6. The Daily 202: Democrats claim patriotism, God and American exceptionalism at convention - Washington Post
  7. 'Beavis & Butt-Head,' 'Daria,' More '90s Favorites Returning on New MTV Classic - Hollywood Reporter
  8. Sanders die-hards dread Clinton nomination - Politico
  9. BRIEF-Ekso Bionics reports second quarter 2016 results
  10. BRIEF-Spectranetics Q2 loss per share $0.35
  11. BRIEF-Innoviva Q2 adjusted cash earnings per share $0.17
  12. BRIEF-GE CEO Immelt buys 50,000 shares of co's common stock on July 26 - filing
  13. BRIEF-Illumina increases size of board from eight to nine members
  14. BRIEF-Spring Bank Pharmaceuticals appoints Dr. Brady to board
  15. BRIEF-Becton Dickinson names Andrew Eckert to board of directors
  16. BRIEF-GenMark Diagnostics reports Q2 loss per share of $0.30
  17. Patient Day proves practice overrated
  18. Wawrinka advances to Toronto quarter-finals
  19. IOC warned Rio on construction contracts 5 years ago: documents
  20. Brazil raises infrastructure financing for Olympics
  21. Games organizers say Rio's Village is ready after repairs
  22. Judge rules against some 1,300 lawsuits over Bayer's Mirena IUD
  23. Dr. Manny: The problem with robotic surgery? No competition - Fox News
  24. FDA OKs New Injectable Type 2 Diabetes Medication - HealthDay
  25. Is It Flu, or Is It Valley Fever? - WebMD
  26. More cancer-causing chemicals found in electronic cigarettes - The Verge
  27. Study finds non-celiac gluten sensitivity is not imagined - USA TODAY
  28. 'Herbal Viagra' and 14 other supplements may increase disease risk - Fox News
  29. Human nasal bacteria might be superbug killer - CNN
  30. Fearing Zika, FDA Asks 2 Florida Counties To Halt Blood Donations - NPR
  31. Schoolgirl killed by elephant at zoo - AOL News
  32. China says to hold drills with Russia in South China Sea - Reuters
  33. Germany's Merkel stands by refugee policy despite 'terrifying' attacks - CNN
  34. Google Profits Surge on Strong Ad Demand - Wall Street Journal
  35. Zika Probe in Florida Prompts FDA to Shut Down Blood Collection in 2 Counties - NBCNews.com
  36. Prosecutors drop case against Chandra Levy suspect - USA TODAY
  37. Video » Mental Illness in Stressful Times – An Asian American Family’s Story
  38. Science News » Coping With Familial Mental Illness in Stressful Times
  39. UPDATE 1-U.S. probes contracts between Eli Lilly and PBMs
  40. BRIEF-Aphria Inc announces $25 million bought deal
  41. BRIEF-Pfizer announces positive top-line results from Phase 3 Maintenance Trial of Oral XELJANZ
  42. BRIEF-Cyberoptics reports strong Q2 year-over-year sales and earnings growth
  43. BRIEF-Qiagen says it intends to return capital of $300 mln to shareholders by 2017 end
  44. BRIEF-Akcea Therapeutics Receives Orphan Designation in Europe for Volanesorsen for the Treatment of Familial Partial Lipodystrophy (FPL)
  45. REFILE-N.Y. pharmacy owner, husband plead guilty to large opioid pill scheme
  46. Korean Lee on top after sizzling 62 at Women's British Open
  47. Mouland wins British Par-3 event
  48. What you need to know about the new ALS gene - New York Daily News
  49. Dr. Manny: The problem with robotic surgery? No competition - Fox News
  50. What Happens When You're Hypnotized? - HealthDay
  51. Is It Flu, or Is It Valley Fever? - WebMD
  52. 'Herbal Viagra' and 14 other supplements may increase disease risk - Fox News
  53. Human nasal bacteria might be superbug killer - CNN
  54. Florida investigates 2 more suspected local Zika cases - USA TODAY
  55. The Latest: US calls Syria safe passage in Aleppo 'chilling' - Washington Post
  56. Syria's powerful Nusra Front says ending link to al Qaeda - Reuters
  57. Pope Francis becomes country pastor with the young - Crux: Covering all things Catholic
  58. Researchers discover what is likely the world's deepest blue hole - Sun Sentinel
  59. Germany's Merkel stands by refugee policy despite 'terrifying' attacks - CNN
  60. Charges dismissed in retrial of man convicted of Chandra Levy murder - Fox News
  61. Florida investigates 2 more suspected local Zika cases - USA TODAY
  62. Trump and the Hack - Wall Street Journal
  63. FDA takes steps to protect blood supply in Florida amid Zika probe
  64. BRIEF-Vetoquinol H1 net income group share up at 13.5 million euros
  65. BRIEF-Eli Lilly says got civil investigative demand from U.S. Attorney's office for southern district of New York
  66. U.S. biotech stocks win back investors in big July run
  67. RPT-U.S. biotech stocks win back investors in big July run
  68. BRIEF-Onxeo Livatag H1 net loss narrows to 11.2 million euros
  69. Woburn not long enough for world number 15 Piller
  70. Walker sets early PGA pace with 65, Day lurks close by
  71. Too much light at night, too little in the morning tied to obesity risk
  72. ISIS Teen Killers Who Slit Priest's Throat Were Islamic Radicals Known to French Authorities
  73. More cancer-causing chemicals found in electronic cigarettes - The Verge
  74. Safety Net, Teaching Hospitals Call CMS Star Ratings Unfair - MedPage Today
  75. What you need to know about the new ALS gene - New York Daily News
  76. Expensive robots may not be making surgeons — or patients — much better - Washington Post
  77. Chipotle To Open First Burger Location In The Fall - Investor's Business Daily
  78. So-called 'healthy' supplements could sicken or kill you - New York Daily News
  79. Scientists find potential new antibiotic, right under their noses - Fox News
  80. Florida investigates two more Zika cases in people who haven't traveled - USA TODAY
  81. Kent Bush: Thanks to Clinton's nomination, now we have to worry about Big Sister - Canton Repository
  82. The Latest: US calls Syria safe passage in Aleppo 'chilling' - Washington Post
  83. Researchers discover what is likely the world's deepest blue hole - Sun Sentinel
  84. The History That Makes Pope Francis' Auschwitz Visit Even More Meaningful - TIME
  85. Germany's Merkel stands by refugee policy despite 'terrifying' attacks - CNN
  86. Florida investigates two more Zika cases in people who haven't traveled - USA TODAY
  87. Obama to Trump: America is already great - CNN
  88. BRIEF-Guerbet H1 revenue down at 376.7 million euros
  89. BRIEF-Genticel says cash position at June 30 is EUR 14.7 million
  90. BRIEF-Chipotle Mexican Grill announces it will open a new burger restaurant called "Tasty Made" this fall in Lancaster - CNBC
  91. Losing Allison won't affect Ferrari much in the short-term: Vettel
  92. Cycling: Three Russians withdrawn, three probed, 11 eligible for Rio
  93. London to host Nuggets and Pacers NBA clash
  94. FDA takes steps to protect blood supply in Florida amid Zika probe
  95. An Urgent Call for Health Equity in Breast Cancer - Huffington Post
  96. Meriter, St. Mary's get top quality ratings from feds - Madison.com
  97. What you need to know about the new ALS gene - New York Daily News
  98. Chipotle says it plans to open burger restaurant - Atlanta Journal Constitution
  99. Consumer Reports highlights dietary supplement dangers - WCVB Boston
  100. Expensive robots may not be making surgeons — or patients — much better - Washington Post
  101. Florida investigates two more Zika cases in people who haven't traveled - USA TODAY
  102. Scientists find potential new antibiotic, right under their noses - Fox News
  103. BRIEF-Bristol-Myers Says in May sold business comprising an alliance with Reckitt Benckiser
  104. IOC passed buck by not issuing blanket ban: Redmond
  105. Wrestling governing body clears most Russian wrestlers for Rio
  106. Comparison of commercial and homemade infant meals finds flaws in each
  107. U.S. and UK form global partnership to speed new antibiotics
  108. Innovations give African leaders hope malaria can be beaten by 2030
  109. North Korea Bans All Imports of Goods With Logos Resembling a Christian Cross
  110. More cancer-causing chemicals found in electronic cigarettes - The Verge
  111. Feds give poor quality scores to most Central New York hospitals - Syracuse.com
  112. What you need to know about the new ALS gene - New York Daily News
  113. Lack of exercise costs world $67.5B and 5M lives a year - Fox News
  114. So-called 'healthy' supplements could sicken or kill you - New York Daily News
  115. Expensive robots may not be making surgeons — or patients — much better - Washington Post
  116. Florida investigates two more Zika cases in people who haven't traveled - USA TODAY
  117. 'Nose-y' Bacteria Could Yield A New Way To Fight Infection - NPR
  118. Warren Sapp bitten by shark while fishing for lobster - New York Daily News
  119. The Latest: Rights groups warn Syria over Safe passage offer - Washington Post
  120. The atmosphere above Jupiter's Great Red Spot is hotter than the rest of the planet - The Verge
  121. New Analysis Shows Fewer Than 100 Zika Cases Will Likely Result From the Olympics - Slate Magazine
  122. Francis tells Poles: 'God saves through the little, near and real' - Crux: Covering all things Catholic
  123. Germany's Merkel stands by refugee policy despite 'terrifying' attacks - CNN
  124. World's deepest blue hole found in South China Sea - CBS News
  125. Hillary Clinton's challenge: Igniting excitement - CNN
  126. Regulatory decision summary for CINQAIR (Control number 185873)
  127. Regulatory Decision Summary for TAGRISSO (Control number 188171)
  128. Regulatory Decision Summary - DARZALEX
  129. UPDATE 3-Sales of flagship drug Revlimid drive Celgene profit; forecast raised
  130. BRIEF-Bio Gate resolves on cash capital increase
  131. Bosnia region fails to attract bidders at auction of drugmaker Bosnalijek
  132. BRIEF-Morison Industries reports HY pre-tax profit of 21.1 mln naira
  133. BRIEF-Adaptimmune gets priority medicines regulatory support for its Spear T-cell therapy
  134. U.S. and UK form global partnership to speed new antibiotics
  135. BRIEF-Germany's Merck KGaA, AmoyDx collaborate to bring liquid biopsy RAS biomarker testing to China
  136. Help make some miracles with ice cream - WOWT
  137. Transgender identity should not be diagnosed as mental disorder, says study - The Guardian
  138. Many Well-Known Hospitals Fail To Score High In Medicare Rankings - NPR
  139. Lack of exercise costs world $67.5B and 5M lives a year - Fox News
  140. Consumer Reports highlights dietary supplement dangers - WCVB Boston
  141. Expensive robots may not be making surgeons — or patients — much better - Washington Post
  142. Is the Ice Bucket Challenge a new model for successful fundraising? - Christian Science Monitor
  143. 'Nose-y' Bacteria Could Yield A New Way To Fight Infection - NPR
  144. LOOK: Not even a nasty shark bite can stop Warren Sapp from lobster fishing - CBSSports.com
  145. Jupiter's Great Red Spot might be making the planet red hot - Orlando Sentinel
  146. Soberanes Fire: Still growing, but more slowly - The Mercury News
  147. Streaking object in sky sets social media abuzz - The Mercury News
  148. Francis tells Poles: 'God saves through the little, near and real' - Crux: Covering all things Catholic
  149. World's deepest blue hole found in South China Sea - CBS News
  150. READ: President Obama's Speech At The Democratic Convention - NPR
  151. BRIEF-Invuity prices IPO at $10 per share
  152. BRIEF-Omeros confirms late-stage development plan for OMS721 with EMA
  153. China, Africa ink $17 bln preliminary cooperation pacts -Xinhua
  154. BRIEF-Hangzhou Tigermed Consulting to jointly set up equity investment partnership
  155. BRIEF-Argos Therapeutics says $50 mln share offering priced
  156. Deals of the day- Mergers and acquisitions
  157. Eating red meat linked to kidney failure risk
  158. Human nasal bacteria might be superbug killer - CNN
  159. Many Well-Known Hospitals Fail To Score High In Medicare Rankings - NPR
  160. Lack Of Exercise In Middle Age Is Even Deadlier Than You Think - Huffington Post
  161. Lack of exercise costs world $67.5B and 5M lives a year - Fox News
  162. Robot doctors will perform one in three surgeries 'within five years' to help exhausted medics - Mirror.co.uk
  163. Consumer Reports highlights dietary supplement dangers - WCVB Boston
  164. Is the Ice Bucket Challenge a new model for successful fundraising? - Christian Science Monitor
  165. BRIEF-Exact Sciences announces offering of 8.5 mln common stock
  166. BRIEF-Galmed and Samil Pharm sign deal for Aramchol(Tm) in Korea
  167. BRIEF-Oramed reports statistically significant results across key Glycemic endpoints
  168. BRIEF-Meridian Bioscience reports Q3 EPS of $0.21
  169. UPDATE 1-AstraZeneca a bid target again? CEO says someone may spot value
  170. BRIEF-Cowealth Medical Holding lowers conversion price of 1st series domestic unsecured convertible corporate bonds to T$87.55
  171. BRIEF-Ultragenyx reports completion of enrollment in phase 3 study of KRN23
  172. Weightlifting: Valentin eyes London gold after rivals fail retests
  173. Christians Killed in 2016 So Far Almost Equal to Entire 2015 in Nigeria
  174. Human nasal bacteria might be superbug killer - CNN
  175. Many Well-Known Hospitals Fail To Score High In Medicare Rankings - NPR
  176. Is the Ice Bucket Challenge a new model for successful fundraising? - Christian Science Monitor
  177. Lack Of Exercise In Middle Age Is Even Deadlier Than You Think - Huffington Post
  178. Lack of exercise costs world $67.5B and 5M lives a year - Fox News
  179. Robot doctors will perform one in three surgeries 'within five years' to help exhausted medics - Mirror.co.uk
  180. Consumer Reports highlights dietary supplement dangers - WCVB Boston
  181. France Church Attack: Abdel-Malik Petitjean Was Known Potential Radical - NBCNews.com
  182. The atmosphere above Jupiter's Great Red Spot is hotter than the rest of the planet - The Verge
  183. North Korea says US has crossed 'red line,' warns of showdown over upcoming war games - Fox News
  184. Hall of Famer Warren Sapp is OK after being bitten by a shark - CBSSports.com
  185. China, Russia Plan Naval Drills in South China Sea - Wall Street Journal
  186. German Chancellor Angela Merkel Stands Firm on Migrant Policy After Terrorist Attacks - Wall Street Journal
  187. BRIEF-Exact Sciences announces offering of 8.5 mln common stock
  188. BRIEF-Galmed and Samil Pharm sign deal for Aramchol(Tm) in Korea
  189. BRIEF-Oramed reports statistically significant results across key Glycemic endpoints
  190. BRIEF-Meridian Bioscience reports Q3 EPS of $0.21
  191. UPDATE 1-AstraZeneca a bid target again? CEO says someone may spot value
  192. BRIEF-Cowealth Medical Holding lowers conversion price of 1st series domestic unsecured convertible corporate bonds to T$87.55
  193. BRIEF-Ultragenyx reports completion of enrollment in phase 3 study of KRN23
  194. Weightlifting: Valentin eyes London gold after rivals fail retests
  195. Christians Killed in 2016 So Far Almost Equal to Entire 2015 in Nigeria
  196. CMS Releases Overall Hospital Quality Star Ratings - Medscape
  197. New antibiotic, found in the nose, could treat deadly infections - USA TODAY
  198. E-cig vapor releases two cancerous chemicals, new study says - Washington Post
  199. Lack Of Exercise In Middle Age Is Even Deadlier Than You Think - Huffington Post
  200. Lack of exercise costs $67.5B annually: study - CTV News
  201. Rise of the Surgical Robot and What Doctors Want - Fortune
  202. So-called 'healthy' supplements could sicken or kill you - New York Daily News
  203. The ice bucket challenge worked: There's been a breakthrough in ALS research - Quartz
  204. China issues guidelines to legalize ride-hailing apps like Uber and Didi Chuxing - TechCrunch
  205. Latest: Blaze destroys 34 homes, 10 outbuildings - Washington Post
  206. Jupiter's great red spot heats planet's upper atmosphere - Phys.Org
  207. North Korea says US has crossed 'red line,' warns of showdown over upcoming war games - Fox News
  208. China says to hold drills with Russia in South China Sea - Reuters
  209. The Latest: Syrian official says 3 crossings open in Aleppo - Washington Post
  210. Hollande: Deadly church attack in France carried out in name of ISIS - CNN
  211. BRIEF-Abiomed reports Q1 GAAP earnings per share of $0.29
  212. BRIEF-Sequenom cancels Q2 results conf call
  213. BRIEF-West Pharmaceutical Q2 earnings per share $0.60
  214. BRIEF-1Nkemia obtains biofuel manufacturing patent for New Zealand
  215. UPDATE 1-Bristol-Myers beats forecasts as hepatitis, cancer drugs deliver
  216. BRIEF-Abiomed reports Q1 gaap earnings per share of $0.29
  217. BRIEF-Adeptus Health says appoints Frank Williams Jr as CFO
  218. BRIEF-GE sells 14.4% stake in Penske Truck Leasing
  219. Volleyballer Tetyukhin named Russia's flag bearer in Rio
  220. Nadal's injury situation 'delicate', says Ferrer
  221. Boston Scientific's sales beat on demand for heart devices
  222. Celgene revenue rises on higher demand for flagship drug Revlimid
  223. Bristol-Myers beats forecasts as hepatitis, cancer drugs deliver
  224. Pope Francis 'Particularly Shaken' by ISIS 'Absurd' Killing of French Priest in Church
  225. New Spine-Snapping ISIS Torture Device Uncovered: 'The Flying Carpet'
  226. Discovery of new hepatitis C virus mechanism - Outbreak News Today
  227. E-cig vapor releases two cancerous chemicals, new study says - Washington Post
  228. Antibiotic resistance: 'Snot wars' study yields new class of drugs - BBC News
  229. Deskbound? One hour of physical activity can improve your health - CNN
  230. Lack Of Exercise In Middle Age Is Even Deadlier Than You Think - Huffington Post
  231. Rise of the Surgical Robot and What Doctors Want - Fortune
  232. So-called 'healthy' supplements could sicken or kill you - New York Daily News
  233. The ice bucket challenge worked: There's been a breakthrough in ALS research - Quartz
  234. BRIEF-Recordati H1 net profit jumps at EUR 122.7 mln
  235. BRIEF-Mednax Q2 earnings per share $0.89
  236. BRIEF-Integra Lifesciences sees 2016 sales $992 mln-$1.002 bln
  237. BRIEF-Thermo Fisher Scientific reports Q2 GAAP earnings per share $1.30
  238. BRIEF-Digirad Q2 earnings per share $0.06
  239. BRIEF-Supplemental application filed for Ipsen's Somatuline in Japan
  240. Slovenia's Krka first-half net profit falls 38 pct
  241. BRIEF-United Therapeutics Corp Q2 income per diluted share $4.39
  242. Australia to wipe out Hepatitis C in 10 years - Xinhua
  243. The WHO says being transgender is a mental illness. But that's about to change. - Washington Post
  244. Many Well-Known Hospitals Fail To Score High In Medicare Rankings - NPR
  245. Antibiotic resistance: 'Snot wars' study yields new class of drugs - BBC News
  246. Deskbound? One hour of physical activity can improve your health - CNN
  247. Rise of the Surgical Robot and What Doctors Want - Fortune
  248. New study sounds the alarm on dietary supplements - THV11.com
  249. Indonesia Could Be About to Execute 14 People Accused of Drug Crimes - TIME
  250. OPINION - Amnesty International's priority suffering of coup plotters - Anadolu Agency