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  1. National Black HIV/AIDS Event Held For Tests, Screening, Counseling, Medications - I4U News
  2. Tiny 10oz 'Miracle Baby' Defies Odds, Leaves Hospital for Home - Modern Readers
  3. Federal study to examine safety of California's synthetic turf fields - OCRegister
  4. Junior doctors' social media campaign 'to blame for talks breakdown' - Daily Mail
  5. UPDATE 1-More than 5000 pregnant women in Colombia have Zika virus-govt - Reuters
  6. Hoping to rally migrants' cause, LA pilgrims head off to see Pope Francis - Los Angeles Times
  7. FALA students reconstruct Columbine shooting through theater - Arizona Daily Sun
  8. 'Polar vortex' drives bitter cold into central, eastern US - USA TODAY
  9. Somalia's al Shabaab says its bomber behind airline blast - Reuters
  10. Diplomats skeptical that Syria ceasefire will take root - CNN
  11. Russia casts doubt on Syria ceasefire deal as army gains ground - Reuters
  12. The South Carolina primary is Donald Trump's to lose - Washington Post
  13. UPDATE 1-More than 5,000 pregnant women in Colombia have Zika virus-govt
  14. Former Yazidi Sex Slaves Form All-Female Battalion to Attack ISIS in Iraq
  15. Hopkins scientists develop mini-brains in promising research - Baltimore Sun
  16. West hospitals face a staff exodus to Wales as junior doctor row intensifies - Western Daily Press
  17. Federal study to examine safety of California's synthetic turf fields - OCRegister
  18. National Black HIV/AIDS Event Held For Tests, Screening, Counseling, Medications - I4U News
  19. It's Not Just Flint. There's an Ugly History of Lead Poisoning and the Poor in the US. - Mother Jones
  20. Tiny 10oz 'Miracle Baby' Defies Odds, Leaves Hospital for Home - Modern Readers
  21. Hopkins scientists develop mini-brains in promising research - Baltimore Sun
  22. Zika virus experts worried as Brazil reports explosion of dengue - NOLA.com
  23. Did Flint water affect miscarriage rate? Officials investigate - fox6now.com
  24. Russia casts doubt on Syria ceasefire deal as army gains ground - Reuters
  25. 'Finally:' Pope Francis meets Russian Orthodox Patriarch Kirill - San Jose Mercury News
  26. Under fire for Syria bombings, Russia denies hitting civilians - Reuters
  27. FALA students reconstruct Columbine shooting through theater - Arizona Daily Sun
  28. Northeast Braces for Life-Threatening Wind Chills - ABC News
  29. More than 5,000 pregnant women in Colombia have zika virus-gov't
  30. More than 5,000 pregnant women in Colombia have Zika virus: government
  31. Now Jeremy Hunt is ignoring a junior doctor attempting to confront him over new contracts - Digital Spy
  32. National Black HIV/AIDS Event Held For Tests, Screening, Counseling, Medications - I4U News
  33. Federal study to examine safety of California's synthetic turf fields - OCRegister
  34. Out of shape in middle age may mean a smaller brain later - Reuters
  35. It's Not Just Flint. There's an Ugly History of Lead Poisoning and the Poor in the US. - Mother Jones
  36. Women ignore symptoms of heart disease - University Herald
  37. Now Jeremy Hunt is ignoring a junior doctor attempting to confront him over new contracts - Digital Spy
  38. Hopkins scientists develop mini-brains in promising research - Baltimore Sun
  39. Guillain-Barre on rise in five Latam countries, no proven link to Zika - WHO - Reuters
  40. Saudi Arabia: If needed, oust Assad by force - KTVZ
  41. Why Columbine Killer's Mother Sue Klebold Came Forward: Part 1 - ABC News
  42. Pope opens Mexico visit after historic stop with patriarch - Savannah Morning News
  43. Syrian army edges toward Islamic State bastion, jets hit rebel towns - Reuters
  44. UPDATE 1-Red Cross says delivers medical aid to Taiz in Yemen "breakthrough"
  45. Federal study to examine safety of California's synthetic turf fields - OCRegister
  46. National Black HIV/AIDS Event Held For Tests, Screening, Counseling, Medications - I4U News
  47. Out of shape in middle age may mean a smaller brain later - Reuters
  48. It's Not Just Flint. There's an Ugly History of Lead Poisoning and the Poor in the US. - Mother Jones
  49. Rape charges hang over UN peacekeepers in Africa - USA TODAY
  50. Iraq says moving troops, preparing offensive to retake Mosul - GlobalPost
  51. Saudi Arabia official: If all else fails, remove Syria's Assad by force - CNN
  52. Mother of Columbine shooter Dylan Klebold breaks silence - USA TODAY
  53. 5 major themes of Pope Francis' trip to Mexico - Los Angeles Times
  54. Syrian army edges towards Islamic State bastion, jets hit rebel towns - Reuters
  55. Guillain-Barre on rise in five Latam countries, no proven link to Zika - WHO
  56. FIFA candidate Salman says FIFA to stay in Zurich: interview
  57. Red Cross delivers medical aid to Taiz, says "breakthrough" in Yemen
  58. Guillain-Barre on rise in 5 Latam countries, no proven link to Zika - WHO
  59. On stage and off, Clinton-Sanders contest turns testy - CNN
  60. Ted Cruz's misleading attack that Donald Trump 'convinced' the government to 'bulldoze' a widow's home - Washington Post
  61. Russian prime minister says there's new Cold War - USA TODAY
  62. Guillain-Barre on rise in 5 Latam countries, no proven link to Zika - WHO - Reuters
  63. Hopkins scientists develop mini-brains in promising research - Baltimore Sun
  64. Now Jeremy Hunt is ignoring a junior doctor attempting to confront him over new contracts - Digital Spy
  65. Women ignore symptoms of heart disease - University Herald
  66. Prostate Cancer News 2016: 'Electronic Nose' Device Can Smell, Detect Cancer In Urine - Latinos Health
  67. Out of shape in middle age may mean a smaller brain later - Reuters
  68. US agencies to study safety of artificial turf fields - Reuters
  69. First National Black HIV/AIDS Event Held at Downtown MATC - Milwaukee Courier Weekly Newspaper
  70. Junior doctors' dispute could become a war, union warns - BBC News
  71. Hopkins scientists develop mini-brains in promising research - Baltimore Sun
  72. Zika Vaccine Still 18 Months Away From Large-Scale Trials - KTLA
  73. Cruz campaign ad featuring ex-soft-core porn star Lindsay pulled - Tribune-Review
  74. Bitter cold, snow on tap for weekend in Pittsburgh - Pittsburgh Post-Gazette
  75. Three New Desert Gems - Huffington Post
  76. Ted Cruz's misleading attack that Donald Trump 'convinced' the government to 'bulldoze' a widow's home - Washington Post
  77. Why Columbine Killer's Mother Sue Klebold Came Forward: Part 1 - ABC News
  78. Super PAC moves to ramp up financial firepower for Clinton - Washington Post
  79. First National Black HIV/AIDS Event Held at Downtown MATC - Milwaukee Courier Weekly Newspaper
  80. US agencies to study safety of artificial turf fields - Reuters
  81. Out of shape in middle age may mean a smaller brain later - Reuters
  82. Prostate Cancer Detected by Smell of Urine - CDA News
  83. First National Black HIV/AIDS Event Held at Downtown MATC - Milwaukee Courier Weekly Newspaper
  84. Hopkins scientists develop mini-brains in promising research - Baltimore Sun
  85. Zika Vaccine Still 18 Months Away From Large-Scale Trials - KTLA
  86. Official's Email Says Shift to Flint River Made Too Quickly - ABC News
  87. Sources: FBI investigating Ohio machete attack as possible lone wolf terror act - Fox News
  88. Obama grants monument status to vast swath of California desert - San Jose Mercury News
  89. After Oregon Standoff, Some Say: Right Fight; Wrong Tactics - ABC News
  90. Mother of Columbine shooter Dylan Klebold breaks silence - USA TODAY
  91. Super PAC moves to ramp up financial firepower for Clinton - Washington Post
  92. Mariachis and 'Cielito Lindo' welcome Pope Francis to Mexico City - Los Angeles Times
  93. US agencies to study safety of artificial turf fields - Reuters
  94. Out of shape in middle age may mean a smaller brain later - Reuters
  95. New Diagnostic Device "Smells" Prostate Cancer In Men's Urine - Tech Times
  96. SBA offers tri-county crab fishermen low-interest loans - Pacific Coast Business Times
  97. Are candidates focusing enough on drug addiction? - Connectstatesboro
  98. First National Black HIV/AIDS Event Held at Downtown MATC - Milwaukee Courier Weekly Newspaper
  99. Hopkins scientists develop mini-brains in promising research - Baltimore Sun
  100. Mother of Columbine shooter Dylan Klebold breaks silence - USA TODAY
  101. The Latest: Pope briefly emerges to speak with well-wishers - Washington Post
  102. After Oregon Standoff, Some Say: Right Fight; Wrong Tactics - ABC News
  103. Official's Email Says Shift to Flint River Made Too Quickly - ABC News
  104. 'No rhyme or reason' for machete attack at Ohio restaurant - STLtoday.com
  105. Zika virus may hide in organs protected from the immune system - Reuters
  106. Photos: Obama Declares 3 New National Monuments In California Desert - NPR
  107. New Diagnostic Device "Smells" Prostate Cancer In Men's Urine - Tech Times
  108. US agencies to study safety of artificial turf fields - Reuters
  109. Kroger to offer anti-overdose drug without prescription - The Morning Journal
  110. Better Fitness In Middle Age May Stop This Organ From Shrinking - Huffington Post
  111. Asthma May Raise Risk for Abdominal Aneurysm - WebMD
  112. Hopkins scientists develop mini-brains in promising research - Baltimore Sun
  113. Zika virus may hide in organs protected from the immune system - Reuters
  114. 'No rhyme or reason' for machete attack at Ohio restaurant - STLtoday.com
  115. Obama grants monument status to vast swath of California desert - San Jose Mercury News
  116. Official's Email Says Shift to Flint River Made Too Quickly - ABC News
  117. After Oregon Standoff, Some Say: Right Fight; Wrong Tactics - ABC News
  118. On stage and off, Clinton-Sanders contest turns testy - CNN
  119. Columbine shooter's mother says she thinks of victims daily - seattlepi.com
  120. First National Black HIV/AIDS Event Held at Downtown MATC - Milwaukee Courier Weekly Newspaper
  121. New Diagnostic Device "Smells" Prostate Cancer In Men's Urine - Tech Times
  122. US agencies to study safety of artificial turf fields - Reuters
  123. Kroger to offer anti-overdose drug without prescription - The Morning Journal
  124. Better Fitness In Middle Age May Stop This Organ From Shrinking - Huffington Post
  125. Asthma Boosts Abdominal Aneurysm Rupture Risk - MedPage Today
  126. Hopkins scientists develop mini-brains in promising research - Baltimore Sun
  127. Zika virus may hide in organs protected from the immune system - Reuters
  128. Zika virus may hide in organs protected from the immune system - Reuters
  129. Photos: Obama Declares 3 New National Monuments In California Desert - NPR
  130. Machete-Wielding Attacker at Ohio Restaurant Considered Possible 'Lone Wolf' - KTLA
  131. After Oregon Standoff, Some Say: Right Fight; Wrong Tactics - ABC News
  132. Columbine: 17 Years of Aftershocks - Daily Beast
  133. Super PAC moves to ramp up financial firepower for Clinton - Washington Post
  134. First National Black HIV/AIDS Event Held at Downtown MATC - Milwaukee Courier Weekly Newspaper
  135. New Diagnostic Device "Smells" Prostate Cancer In Men's Urine - Tech Times
  136. Better Fitness In Middle Age May Stop This Organ From Shrinking - Huffington Post
  137. Feds Finally Take Action on Crumb Rubber Turf - NBCNews.com
  138. Kroger to offer anti-overdose drug without prescription - The Morning Journal
  139. Asthma Boosts Abdominal Aneurysm Rupture Risk - MedPage Today
  140. Hopkins scientists develop mini-brains in promising research - Baltimore Sun
  141. Zika link to birth defects could be proven within weeks - WHO - Reuters
  142. Car of suspect in machete attack was red-flagged - Columbus Dispatch
  143. Zika link to birth defects could be proven within weeks - WHO - Reuters
  144. Commercial flights between the US and Cuba could resume as early as this fall - Los Angeles Times
  145. School Shootings Since Columbine: By the Numbers - ABC News
  146. With 3 new monuments, Obama creates world's second-largest desert preserve - Washington Post
  147. Mariachis and 'Cielito Lindo' welcome Pope Francis to Mexico City - Los Angeles Times
  148. Super PAC moves to ramp up financial firepower for Clinton - Washington Post
  149. First National Black HIV/AIDS Event Held at Downtown MATC - Milwaukee Courier Weekly Newspaper
  150. New Diagnostic Device "Smells" Prostate Cancer In Men's Urine - Tech Times
  151. Feds Finally Take Action on Crumb Rubber Turf - NBCNews.com
  152. Better Fitness In Middle Age May Stop This Organ From Shrinking - Huffington Post
  153. Kroger to offer anti-overdose drug without prescription - The Morning Journal
  154. New link found between brain, fat-burning circuit
  155. Lipid-based diets effectively combat Alzheimer's disease in mouse model
  156. South Korean Companies Appeal to Save Kaesong Complex - Voice of America
  157. Columbine Shooter's Mother Says She Thinks of Victims Daily - ABC News
  158. FBI Looked at Ohio Machete Attacker Four Years Ago - NBCNews.com
  159. Jenrry Mejia first player to get permanent ban for 3rd positive PED test - ESPN
  160. The Mindlessly slim
  161. New answers concerning a weight-regulating hormone
  162. Vitamin D-rich foods during pregnancy may reduce allergy risk in children
  163. Early diet of infants, not maternal obesity, influences development of gut microbiome
  164. Unraveling the enigma of salty taste detection
  165. Iron in the blood could cause cell damage, say researchers
  166. Alfa Romeo could enter own F1 team, says Marchionne
  167. Monza future still uncertain, says Ecclestone
  168. With 3 new monuments, Obama creates world's second-largest desert preserve - Washington Post
  169. Zika virus may hide in organs protected from the immune system - Reuters
  170. Imprimis Pharma to make cheaper alternative to Retrophin's Thiola - Reuters
  171. Kroger to offer anti-overdose drug without prescription - The Morning Journal
  172. Better Fitness In Middle Age May Stop This Organ From Shrinking - Huffington Post
  173. Feds Finally Take Action on Crumb Rubber Turf - NBCNews.com
  174. New Diagnostic Device "Smells" Prostate Cancer In Men's Urine - Tech Times
  175. Asthma Boosts Abdominal Aneurysm Rupture Risk - MedPage Today
  176. Hopkins scientists develop mini-brains in promising research - Baltimore Sun
  177. Zika link to birth defects could be proven within weeks: WHO - Reuters
  178. The Oregon occupation is over, but standoffs among nearby residents continue - Los Angeles Times
  179. Russian, US military leaders in Twitter spat over Aleppo claim - CNN
  180. Jenrry Mejia gets permanent ban after third positive PED test - ESPN
  181. The Latest: Information About Attacker's Car Alerted FBI - ABC News
  182. Korean Kang flirts with a 59 to share Pebble Beach lead
  183. Icy blast before Canada warms up for All-Star Game
  184. TIMELINE-Zika's origin and global spread
  185. Young blacks more open to Bernie Sanders' White House bid - Reuters
  186. With SC approaching, the target on Trump grows larger - Washington Post
  187. After 1000-year split, pope and Russian patriarch embrace in Cuba - Reuters
  188. Columbine Shooter's Mother Says She Thinks of Victims Daily - ABC News
  189. Hopkins scientists develop mini-brains in promising research - Baltimore Sun
  190. Asthma Boosts Abdominal Aneurysm Rupture Risk - MedPage Today
  191. Better Fitness In Middle Age May Stop This Organ From Shrinking - Huffington Post
  192. New tool can detect prostate cancer by smelling it - Modern Readers
  193. Feds Finally Take Action on Crumb Rubber Turf - NBCNews.com
  194. Kroger to offer anti-overdose drug without prescription - The Morning Journal
  195. You can't put a price on ending AIDS - Leader and Times
  196. 'Finally, brother,' Pope Francis says in historic meeting with Russian Orthodox patriarch - Los Angeles Times
  197. Trump threatens to sue Cruz for 'not being a natural born citizen' - CNN
  198. Columbine Shooter's Mother Says She Thinks of Victims Daily - ABC News
  199. Jenrry Mejia gets permanent ban for third positive PED test - ESPN
  200. Two 15-year-old girls fatally shot at Phoenix-area school - Minneapolis Star Tribune
  201. Young blacks more open to Bernie Sanders' White House bid - Reuters
  202. The Latest: Information about attacker's car alerted FBI - Washington Post
  203. UPDATE 1-Argentine farmers take Monsanto seed complaint to regulators
  204. Zika virus may hide in organs protected from the immune system
  205. U.S. agencies to study safety of artificial turf fields
  206. Shaq and Iverson among Hall of Fame finalists
  207. Mets reliever Mejia banned for life for doping
  208. U.S. agencies to study safety of artificial turf fields
  209. Jim Gilmore leaves presidential race - CNN
  210. Zika virus may hide in organs protected from the immune system - Reuters
  211. Hopkins scientists develop mini-brains in promising research - Baltimore Sun
  212. One of smallest surviving babies born in NC goes home - Atlanta Journal Constitution
  213. Feds Finally Take Action on Crumb Rubber Turf - NBCNews.com
  214. Better Fitness In Middle Age May Stop This Organ From Shrinking - Huffington Post
  215. New tool can detect prostate cancer by smelling it - Modern Readers
  216. Asthma Boosts Abdominal Aneurysm Rupture Risk - MedPage Today
  217. Anti-overdose drug sold without prescriptions by grocer - SFGate
  218. Republican Porn Star Spurned by Ted Cruz: Hey Im Fighting Back! - Daily Beast
  219. Jim Gilmore drops out of GOP presidential race - USA TODAY
  220. Two 15-Year-Old Girls Fatally Shot at Phoenix-Area School - ABC News
  221. Columbine Shooter's Mother Speaks to Diane Sawyer - ABC News
  222. Meeting between pope and patriarch highlights ancient rifts and current worries - Washington Post
  223. Trump threatens to sue Cruz for 'not being a natural born citizen' - CNN
  224. Ohio Machete Attacker Acted On His Own, Police Say - NBCNews.com
  225. Unraveling the enigma of salty taste detection
  226. Ask The Nutrition Tactician: How Can I Make IIFYM As Healthy As Possible?
  227. UPDATE 1-Georgia settles lawsuit over hormone therapy for transgender inmate
  228. Loeb's Third Point hedge fund takes new stake in Morgan Stanley
  229. Banned umpire worked at 2015 U.S. Open due to 'flaw'
  230. Hopkins scientists develop mini-brains in promising research - Baltimore Sun
  231. His battle with ALS empowered her to live - CNN
  232. Zika link to birth defects could be proven within weeks: WHO - Reuters
  233. Church Leaders Reject UN's Call to Increase Abortions to Combat Zika Virus
  234. One of smallest surviving babies born in NC goes home - Atlanta Journal Constitution
  235. New tool can detect prostate cancer by smelling it - Modern Readers
  236. Kroger to offer anti-overdose drug without prescription - Lexington Herald Leader
  237. Better Fitness In Middle Age May Stop This Organ From Shrinking - Huffington Post
  238. UPDATE 1-WHO sees Zika link proven in weeks as US, India lead vaccine race - Reuters
  239. Iron in the blood could cause cell damage, say researchers
  240. Ted Cruz removes campaign ad featuring erotic film actress - CNN
  241. Gilmore ends '16 presidential run - WTOP
  242. Two 15-year-old students killed in shooting at Phoenix area high school - Washington Post
  243. Pope Francis travels to Cuba for historic meeting with patriarch of Russian Orthodox Church - Los Angeles Times
  244. How does Zika virus spread? What we know so far - CBS News
  245. Inside Machete-Wielding Man's Terrifying Attack at Ohio Restaurant - ABC News
  246. Exercise programs may lower the risk of serious falls for older men
  247. Controversial 'Snake Pastor': Only Spiritual People Can Eat Live Snakes and Not Die
  248. LA heat to test Rio hopefuls in U.S. marathon trials
  249. League proud to be progressive, but more can be done
  250. CSKA take Olympiakos revenge, Djokovic inspires Red Star