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  1. In South Carolina, Clinton and Sanders compete for black votes - Washington Post
  2. DIARY-Malaysia 2016 corporate earnings
  3. UPDATE 2-U.S. FDA recommends ban on blood collections from Zika-affected areas
  4. Spirit Aero names former GE exec as COO
  5. Serena withdraws from Qatar Open with flu
  6. Disturbing Suicide Cluster Prompts CDC to Start Investigation in Palo Alto - ABC News
  7. Researchers Unveil Blood Cancer Therapy with 'Exciting' Results - Voice of America
  8. Flexion's pain drug succeeds in study, shares soar - Reuters
  9. Obama rejects GOP calls to let next president choose Scalia's successor - Washington Post
  10. Our psychiatrist-reviewer analyzes news about proton pump inhibitors & dementia risk - HealthNewsReview.org
  11. Researchers Have 3D-Printed Usable Human Bones and Muscles - Fortune
  12. Florida Teen Arrested for Performing Exam as Fake Doctor, With Own Offices: Authorities - NBCNews.com
  13. Experts debunk claim blaming larvicide, not Zika, for microcephaly - CBS News
  14. Asian Stocks Poised to Retreat as Yen Holds Gains; Oil Below $30 - Bloomberg
  15. For vaginal repair, benefits of mesh must be weighed against harms
  16. Online gamers beat supercomputers at RNA modeling
  17. Calvin Harris Congratulates ''Beautiful Girlfriend'' Taylor Swift Following Her Big Grammy Awards Night - E! Online
  18. Spring in the air as MLB pitchers and catchers report
  19. SC Governor Nikki Haley: Anyone but Trump - CBS News
  20. UPDATE 1-Some funds got back into Valeant after shares tumbled -filings
  21. Soros Fund Management takes stake in consumer lender Synchrony Financial - filing
  22. Some funds got back into Valeant after stock price tumbled
  23. Clinton Calls For 'Facing Up to the Reality of Systemic Racism' - NBCNews.com
  24. GOP presidential candidate Jeb Bush tweets picture of a gun with his name on it, captioning it 'America' - New York Daily News
  25. FDA issues guidelines to reduce risk of Zika blood transmission - Reuters
  26. Disturbing Suicide Cluster Prompts CDC to Start Investigation in Palo Alto - ABC News
  27. T-Cell Therapy for Cancer: Progress Reported - WebMD
  28. Flexion's pain drug succeeds in study, shares soar - Reuters
  29. Florida Teen Arrested for Performing Exam as Fake Doctor, With Own Offices: Authorities - NBCNews.com
  30. Researchers Have 3D-Printed Usable Human Bones and Muscles - Fortune
  31. A Riviera win would be 'pretty amazing' for Spieth
  32. Lumber Liquidators CEO diagnosed with leukemia
  33. Richard Dawkins Said He Was Stressed by Controversy Over Tweet Before Stroke
  34. Why men need to worry about Zika virus - CNN
  35. T-Cell Therapy for Cancer: Progress Reported - WebMD
  36. USPSTF Punts on Routine Autism Screening - MedPage Today
  37. Skipping Scalia autopsy spawns conspiracy theories - CNN
  38. In Competition for Black Votes, Sanders and Clinton Offer Raw Rhetoric on Race - NBCNews.com
  39. Donald Trump supporter in South Carolina: 'We're voting with our middle finger' - Los Angeles Times
  40. Former Prince protégée Vanity dies at 57 - USA TODAY
  41. Oil loses nearly 4 percent as hopes over Saudi, Russia deal fade - Reuters
  42. On issue of race, Grammys leap past the Oscars, then stumble - Los Angeles Times
  43. UN staffer killed in Iraq, first since 2010 - Reuters
  44. Disturbing Suicide Cluster Prompts CDC to Start Investigation in Palo Alto - ABC News
  45. Flexion's pain drug succeeds in late-stage study - Reuters
  46. Researchers Have 3D-Printed Usable Human Bones and Muscles - Fortune
  47. Zika Virus Outbreak Updates: FDA Issues New Guidelines on Blood Donation - ABC News
  48. Single-Payer NHI: The Only Way the U. S Can Ever Get Affordable Health Care - Huffington Post
  49. In Competition for Black Votes, Sanders and Clinton Offer Raw Rhetoric on Race - NBCNews.com
  50. Rubio Attacks Cruz's Honesty in South Carolina - TIME
  51. On issue of race, Grammys leap past the Oscars, then stumble - Los Angeles Times
  52. Group pushes to remove state's attorney from Laquan McDonald case - WLS-TV
  53. Grim Sleeper serial killer trial begins, years after slayings terrorized South LA - Los Angeles Times
  54. 13 times Roger Goodell overcame an NFL crisis - FOXSports.com
  55. FDA issues guidelines to reduce risk of Zika blood transmission
  56. Flexion's pain drug succeeds in late-stage study
  57. U.S. FDA recommends ban on blood collections from Zika-affected areas
  58. All Blacks to face Ireland in Windy City
  59. Goodell's pay cut to $35 million in 2013-14 season: report
  60. Former NFL player Reggie Rucker charged with embezzling from charities
  61. Social groups after retirement may be good for longevity
  62. FDA issues guidelines to reduce risk of Zika blood transmission
  63. FDA recommends ban on blood collections from Zika-affected areas
  64. Why men need to worry about Zika virus - CNN
  65. Should all young children be screened for autism? - CNN
  66. Flexion's pain drug succeeds in late-stage study
  67. Why it's too early to get excited about this 'unprecedented' new cancer treatment - Washington Post
  68. FDA recommends ban on blood collections from Zika-affected areas - Reuters
  69. Gastric Reflux Drugs May Be Tied To Dementia Risk - Huffington Post
  70. Single-Payer NHI: The Only Way the U. S Can Ever Get Affordable Health Care - Huffington Post
  71. 3D printer makes bone, ear and cartilage that can be transplanted - New York Daily News
  72. The mosquitoes that changed history - CNN
  73. T-Cell Therapy for Cancer: Progress Reported - WebMD
  74. USPSTF Punts on Routine Autism Screening - MedPage Today
  75. Why men need to worry about Zika virus - CNN
  76. 'World Feed Truck' allows NBA to be a globetrotter
  77. Skipping Scalia autopsy spawns conspiracy theories - CNN
  78. Roger Goodell paid $34.1 million in 2014 compensation - USA TODAY
  79. In Competition for Black Votes, Sanders and Clinton Offer Raw Rhetoric on Race - NBCNews.com
  80. Donald Trump supporters in South Carolina: 'We're voting with our middle finger' - Los Angeles Times
  81. Former UN chief Boutros Boutros-Ghali dead at 93 - Reuters
  82. Taylor Swift Parties with Her Squad - and Boyfriend Calvin Harris! - After Coming Full Circle at Grammys - People Magazine
  83. Grim Sleeper serial killer trial to begin, years after slayings terrorized South LA - Los Angeles Times
  84. Clinton barks like a dog to taunt GOP - The Hill
  85. The mosquitoes that changed history - CNN
  86. Too much fish during pregnancy increases a child's obesity risk, study says - fox6now.com
  87. 3D-Printed Ear, Jaw & Muscle Implants Are Revolutionizing Medical Technology - Bustle
  88. Losing Money Works Better Than a Cash Reward for Encouraging Healthy Habits - Health.com
  89. Popular heartburn drugs linked to risk of dementia - KYTX
  90. Trial of Los Angeles' alleged 'Grim Sleeper' serial killer set to begin - Reuters
  91. U.S. and Cuba sign civil aviation accord paving way for commercial flights - Miami Herald
  92. Experts dismiss claims that pesticide, not Zika, causes birth defects - USA TODAY
  93. Doctors Unsure if Early Childhood Autism Screening Makes Sense - NBCNews.com
  94. T-Cell Therapy for Cancer: Progress Reported - WebMD
  95. Sanders Gains Ground in Nevada, Testing a Clinton Firewall - Bloomberg
  96. Former UN chief Boutros Boutros-Ghali dead at 93 - Reuters
  97. South Carolina isn't Bush Country anymore - Washington Post
  98. Taylor Swift vs. Kanye West: A Beef History - RollingStone.com
  99. Justice Antonin Scalia's Health Woes Weren't Publicly Disclosed Before His Death - ABC News
  100. For fitness motivation, losing money beats earning more
  101. Historic Church of the Nativity in Bethlehem Undergoes 3-Year Restoration by Muslim, Christian Church Leaders
  102. Too much fish while pregnant raises child's risk for obesity - UPI.com
  103. Mosquito Control Vital to Fight 'Staggering' Consequences of Zika, WHO Says - NBCNews.com
  104. 3D printer makes bone, ear and cartilage that can be transplanted - New York Daily News
  105. Gastric Reflux Drugs May Be Tied To Dementia Risk - Huffington Post
  106. Gilead - The Pharm Has Peaked - Seeking Alpha
  107. Community Health says HMA facilities, lack of flu hurt results
  108. South Carolina isn't Bush Country anymore - Washington Post
  109. Cracks in Hillary's firewall? Black voters divided between Dem candidates - Fox News
  110. Syria: How one strip of land could change everything - CNN
  111. 'Grim Sleeper' on trial: 'The day of reckoning is here' for accused serial killer - Washington Post
  112. FAQ: The Zika virus and the 2016 Rio Olympics - ESPN
  113. Pastor in Brazil Calls for Lifting Bans on Abortion to Combat Zika Virus
  114. CORRECTED-Zika virus may hide in organs protected from the immune system
  115. BRIEF-Crossject FY total operating income at 2.4 mln euros
  116. Salt and sodium intake remains high in China
  117. Absorption of polypehnolic compounds in mangos shows potential benefits to human health
  118. New study reveals fresh avocado-substituted diet significantly changes lipid profile
  119. 5 Ways Scalia's Death Complicates The 2016 Election - NPR
  120. Taylor Swift Meets Up With Calvin Harris and Dances With Selena Gomez: Inside the Grammys 2016 After-Parties - E! Online
  121. Why it's too early to get excited about this 'unprecedented' new cancer treatment - Washington Post
  122. Too much fish while pregnant raises child's risk for obesity - UPI.com
  123. The mosquitoes that changed history - CNN
  124. Doctors unsure if early childhood autism screening makes sense - Reuters
  125. 3D printer makes bone, ear and cartilage that can be transplanted - New York Daily News
  126. Third hospital that employed Colorado surgical tech to test patients - The Denver Post
  127. Gastric Reflux Drugs May Be Tied To Dementia Risk - Huffington Post
  128. 15 Ways to Make a Good Move Better
  129. Q10: Pharmaceutical Quality System
  130. Taylor Swift Meets Up With Calvin Harris and Dances With Selena Gomez: Inside the Grammys 2016 After-Parties - E! Online
  131. Can George W. Bush Save Jeb? - The Atlantic
  132. 3 Americans abducted in Baghdad freed by Iraqis - CBS News
  133. National tracking poll finds Donald Trump, Hillary Clinton leading - CBS News
  134. 'The day of reckoning is here' for an accused serial killer known as 'the Grim Sleeper' - Washington Post
  135. Split Decision: Rousey Revealed on SI Swimsuit Cover
  136. Win a SNAC Prize Pack
  137. The 11 Toughest Guys in Hollywood History
  138. UFC Releases Rousey Vs. Holm Fight
  139. HIGHLIGHTS-Hedge funds pile into SunEdison shares ahead of plunge
  140. HIGHLIGHTS-Hedge funds pile into SunEdison shares ahead of plunge
  141. Stryker expands ambulance services with Physio-Control buy
  142. Doctors unsure if early childhood autism screening makes sense
  143. Boutros Boutros-Ghali, Coptic Christian and Fmr. UN Secretary General, Dead at 93
  144. Hillary Clinton barks like a dog, breaks Internet - USA TODAY
  145. Genes, bugs and radiation: WHO backs new weapons in Zika fight - Reuters
  146. What Scalia's death means for health care - Politico
  147. Gastric Reflux Drugs May Be Tied To Dementia Risk - Huffington Post
  148. The mosquitoes that changed history - CNN
  149. Doctors unsure if early childhood autism screening makes sense - Reuters
  150. Too much fish during pregnancy increases a child's obesity risk, study says - fox2now.com
  151. Why it's too early to get excited about this 'unprecedented' new cancer treatment - Washington Post
  152. 3-D 'bioprinter' produces bone, muscle, and cartilage - Fox News
  153. Genes, bugs and radiation: WHO backs new weapons in Zika fight - Reuters
  154. Clinton barks like a dog to taunt GOP - The Hill
  155. Stocks rally at the open as key oil producers signal production freeze - USA TODAY
  156. Hillary Clinton, Bernie Sanders have something to prove in Nevada - CNN
  157. Can George W. Bush Save Jeb? - The Atlantic
  158. Taylor Swift Meets Up With Calvin Harris and Dances With Selena Gomez: Inside the Grammys 2016 After-Parties - E! Online
  159. Genes, bugs and radiation: WHO backs new weapons in Zika fight - Reuters
  160. Childhood obesity, rapid growth linked to pregnant moms eating lots of fish
  161. Mexico says six pregnant women infected with Zika
  162. FDA expands use of Gilead's liver drug to rare subset of patients
  163. Russia says its biathlon is clean despite Sochi doping investigation
  164. FDA expands use of Gilead's liver drug to rare subset of patients
  165. UK Church Hosts 'Blasphemous' Play Portraying Jesus as Trans. Woman 'Queen of Heaven' for Queer Festival
  166. Australian Hospital Won't Return Baby Back to Christian Parents Living in Asylum Camp
  167. 3-D 'bioprinter' produces bone, muscle, and cartilage - Fox News
  168. Scientists claim 'extraordinary' success with treatment using immune cells to target cancer - Fox News
  169. Turkey seeks allies' support for ground operation as Syria war nears border - Reuters
  170. India drug monitoring program struggles to grow fast enough - Reuters
  171. Johns Hopkins University scientists grow 'mini-brains' in the lab - Press Herald
  172. Too much fish during pregnancy increases a child's obesity risk, study says - fox13now.com
  173. What Scalia's death means for health care - Politico
  174. Gastric reflux drugs may be tied to dementia risk - Fox News
  175. 'Unprecedented' cancer treatment making patients symptom-free - WPTV.com
  176. Gastric reflux drugs may be tied to dementia risk - Fox News
  177. 3-D 'bioprinter' produces bone, muscle, and cartilage - Fox News
  178. Pope Francis Condemns Mexico's Drug Cartels, Calling Them 'Dealers of Death' for Mass Murders, Kidnappings
  179. Illinois at low risk for Zika virus transmission; experts advise vigilance - Chicago Tribune
  180. BRIEF-Agfa Gevaert to supply East Lancashire Hospitals with DR units
  181. UPDATE 1-Element Financial to split into two: fleet management and financing
  182. UPDATE 1-Medical device maker Stryker to buy Physio-Control for $1.28 bln
  183. BRIEF-Biofrontera resolves on capital increase
  184. Cipriani to return to his roots with Wasps
  185. Should Christians Use Contraceptives to Combat Zika? Catholic Bishops Say No
  186. Christians Have Moral Duty to Donate Blood, Organs, Church of England Bishops Say
  187. Study: Too much fish during pregnancy increases a child's obesity risk - kfor.com
  188. Johns Hopkins University scientists grow 'mini-brains' in the lab - Press Herald
  189. India drug monitoring program struggles to grow fast enough - Reuters
  190. Cancer Moonshot 2020 initiative is possible & realistic ? - Daily Star Gazette
  191. Blood-boosters may give tiny preemies a developmental edge - Pekin Daily Times
  192. Johns Hopkins University scientists grow 'mini-brains' in the lab - Press Herald
  193. India drug monitoring program struggles to grow fast enough - Reuters
  194. Obesity in Children Linked to Pregnant Women Fishy Diet - Latin Post
  195. Excitement at new cancer treatment - BBC News
  196. Gastric reflux drugs may be tied to dementia risk - Fox News
  197. 3-D 'bioprinter' produces bone, muscle, and cartilage - Fox News
  198. Genes, bugs and radiation: WHO backs new weapons in Zika fight - Reuters
  199. Bahrain charges, then releases 4 US journalists - Appeal-Democrat
  200. Hillary Clinton's Dog Bark Coverage Opens Up A Sinkhole Of Sexism That This Country Can't Afford - Bustle
  201. Syria: At least 22 killed in strikes against 2 hospitals, sources say - CNN
  202. Hillary Clinton, Bernie Sanders have something to prove in Nevada - CNN
  203. BRIEF-Orphee Q4 net loss shrinks to 2.6 mln zlotys
  204. UPDATE 1-Genes, bugs and radiation: WHO backs new weapons in Zika fight
  205. CORRECTED-Pfizer unit to pay $784.6 mln in Medicaid rebate settlement
  206. Grammys 2016: The 5 Biggest Jaw-Droppers - E! Online
  207. New Horror Confirmed: ISIS Using Banned Chemical Weapons Against Troops
  208. Pfizer unit to pay $784.6 mln in Medicaid rebate settlement
  209. Athletics Kenya CEO asks to stand aside for 21 days over bribery allegations
  210. UPDATE 1-Pfizer unit to pay $784.6 mln in Medicaid rebate settlement
  211. Donald Trump Says He's 'Very Seriously' Considering Suing Ted Cruz - ABC News
  212. Thai king recovers from infection, fever still high - palace statement
  213. Medical device maker Stryker to buy Physio-Control for $1.28 bln
  214. Obesity in Children Linked to Pregnant Women Fishy Diet - Latin Post
  215. Illinois at low risk for Zika virus transmission; experts advise vigilance - Chicago Tribune
  216. BRIEF-Neuron Bio presents new business plan
  217. Deals of the day- Mergers and acquisitions
  218. Athletics Kenya CEO to temporarily step aside over bribery claims - source
  219. Scientists print out living human body parts using combination of living cells and special gel - NH Voice
  220. Organic meat and milk have higher percentage of omega-3 fatty acids than conventional production - Maine News Online
  221. Widely Used Heartburn Drugs Linked to Dementia Risk in Study - nwitimes.com
  222. India drug monitoring program struggles to grow fast enough - Reuters
  223. Johns Hopkins University scientists grow 'mini-brains' in the lab - Press Herald
  224. Blood-boosters may give tiny preemies a developmental edge - The News Tribune
  225. Obesity in Children Linked to Pregnant Women Fishy Diet - Latin Post
  226. Johns Hopkins University scientists grow 'mini-brains' in the lab - Press Herald
  227. India drug monitoring programme struggles to grow fast enough - Reuters
  228. Organic meat and milk have higher percentage of omega-3 fatty acids than conventional production - Maine News Online
  229. WHO backs mosquito bacteria, gene trials to tackle Zika virus - Reuters
  230. WHO backs mosquito bacteria, gene trials to tackle Zika virus
  231. Popular Heartburn Pills Can Be Hard To Stop, And May Be Risky - GPB
  232. In Colombia, where Zika recently arrived, a dilemma for pregnant women - Las Vegas Sun
  233. Wake Forest University Scientists Print Living Body Parts - NBCNews.com
  234. BRIEF-Coloplast initiates 1 billion DKK share buy-back
  235. WHO backs mosquito bacteria, gene trials to tackle Zika virus
  236. UPDATE 1-AIRSHOW-Qatar Airways threatens to cancel Pratt & Whitney engine order
  237. FIFA hears Blatter appeal against eight-year ban
  238. Organic Milk, Meat Richer in Omega-3: Study - NDTV
  239. Organic milk, meat contain more omega-3 than non-organic alternatives
  240. Vanity, Prince protege turned evangelist, dead at 57 - Washington Post
  241. Rihanna's Grammy performance canceled due to throat infection - Reuters
  242. Natural Gas Explosion in Russian Apartment Building Kills 6 - ABC News
  243. In Nevada, a tightening race threatens Clinton's post-New Hampshire 'firewall' - Washington Post
  244. Turkish artillery returns fire 'in kind' into Syria: military sources - Reuters
  245. Grammy Awards 2016: The Crazy (and Emotional!) Moments You Didn't See on TV - People Magazine
  246. ITOP: A vital advance in efforts to make replacement tissue for patients - Maine News Online
  247. In Colombia, where Zika recently arrived, a dilemma for pregnant women - Las Vegas Sun
  248. BRIEF-Yunnan Baiyao's controlling shareholder, Bosera plan industry buyout fund
  249. BRIEF-Read Gene Q4 net loss widens to 493,732 zlotys
  250. Zika unlikely to stop Singaporean's dream run to Rio