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  1. BRIEF-Immune pharmaceuticals to form pain,neurology spin off company around AmiKet
  2. Fitch: Brexit Vote Negative for Higher Education, NHS Trusts
  3. Quarter of a million children starving in Boko Haram's home state in Nigeria - UNICEF
  4. Deals of the day- Mergers and acquisitions
  5. Tennis tops ESSA table for suspicious betting
  6. Australia to host Slovakia in Davis Cup playoff
  7. Dominant Froome to peak for Tour de France final week
  8. Twitter signs streaming deal with NBA for non-game programing
  9. IOC delays decision, says to explore legal options for Russia ban
  10. Study Confirms Vaginal Ring Protects Women From HIV - NBCNews.com
  11. Chick-fil-A devotees not happy with chicken chain's menu changes - Fox News
  12. How to help kids cope with violence in the media - CBS News
  13. Healthy eating can include 'a lot' of fat, analysis of 56 diet studies concludes - Washington Post
  14. Fracking may worsen asthma for nearby residents, study says - KTRK-TV
  15. Got Dense Breasts? That Can Depend On Who Is Reading The Mammogram - NPR
  16. FDA rejects Novartis' biosim app for Amgen blockbuster - FierceBiotech
  17. Caregiver gets Zika from man who died in medical mystery - Fox News
  18. North Korea Responds to THAAD With Missile Test - Voice of America
  19. Indonesia Says Its Most Wanted Militant Killed in Gunbattle - New York Times
  20. Goldman's second-quarter profit soars on strong bond trading revenue - Reuters
  21. Tour bus catches fire in Taiwan, killing 26 - NOLA.com
  22. ISIS Claims Responsibility for Ax Attack on German Train - New York Times
  23. Baton Rouge Grapples With Anxiety and Grief Amid Vigils for Officers - New York Times
  24. Rancor Reigns as Bitterly Divided Republicans Begin Their Convention - New York Times
  25. Republican National Convention: Scrutiny of Melania Trump's speech follows plagiarism allegations - Washington Post
  26. You May Be Surprised by How Much Salt You're Eating
  27. Modified rye bread helps patients with irritable bowel syndrome
  28. BRIEF-VBI Vaccines applies eVLP platform in development of vaccine candidate to prevent zika virus
  29. UnitedHealth CEO says 2017 Obamacare exchanges exposure limited
  30. BRIEF-Neogen reports Q4 earnings per share $0.26
  31. UPDATE 3-Monsanto rejects Bayer's sweetened offer, open to talks
  32. BRIEF-Pulmatrix and Mylan collaborate for pilot pharmacokinetic clinical study
  33. BRIEF-Agenus' chief financial officer, C.Evan Ballantyne to resign
  34. BRIEF-Dexcom Inc says FDA posts briefing documents ahead of advisory committee meeting
  35. Novartis in no rush to sell down stake on GSK consumer venture
  36. Half of Brazilians opposed to hosting Olympics just weeks before event: poll
  37. Russia suspends anti-doping officials, sports minister to stay on: R-Sport
  38. Novartis in no rush to sell down stake on GSK consumer venture
  39. FDA knocks back Novartis copy of Amgen's drug Neulasta
  40. Study Confirms Vaginal Ring Protects Women From HIV - NBCNews.com
  41. GSK Launches First ResearchKit Study by a Major Pharmaceutical Company - Mac Rumors
  42. Chick-fil-A devotees not happy with chicken chain's menu changes - Fox News
  43. Limit Kids' Exposure to Media Violence, Pediatricians Say - Lincoln Journal Star
  44. Healthy eating can include 'a lot' of fat, analysis of 56 diet studies concludes - Washington Post
  45. Fracking may worsen asthma for nearby residents, study says - KTRK-TV
  46. Got Dense Breasts? That Can Depend On Who Is Reading The Mammogram - NPR
  47. Unusual US Zika virus case baffles experts - BBC News
  48. Pakistan top judge's kidnapped son rescued after gun battle - BBC News
  49. The Latest: Turkish leader compares Gulen's movement to IS - Washington Post
  50. North Korea fires three ballistic missiles in new show of force - Reuters
  51. Taiwan bus carrying Chinese tourists bursts into flames, killing 26 - Chicago Tribune
  52. 'Helluva' shot stopped gunman in Baton Rouge, officials say - CNN
  53. Afghan Train Attacker in Germany Had Adopted Radical Islamist Ideology - Wall Street Journal
  54. Fact-checking the first day of the 2016 Republican National Convention - Washington Post
  55. Campaign denies Melania Trump's speech plagiarizes parts of Michelle Obama's - CNN
  56. BRIEF-Jounce Therapeutics to collaborate with Celgene to develop immuno-oncology therapies
  57. BRIEF-Sage appoints Geno Germano to company's board of directors
  58. BRIEF-Promis Neurosciences starts program to identify therapeutic targets on protein TDP43
  59. BRIEF-Cytori announces Maxillofacial bone regeneration trial reports
  60. BRIEF-Jiangsu Bicon Pharma's unit to invest in Chinese herb production project
  61. BRIEF-Ionis Pharmaceuticals licenses oral antisense drug to Janssen
  62. BRIEF-Cerulean Pharma receives FDA fast track designation for ovarian cancer treatment
  63. Fitch Publishes University Hospital of Rennes' 'AA' Rating; Outlook Stable
  64. Malaysia's Chia unfazed by Zika threats at Rio
  65. Rio risks empty Olympic legacy as real estate stalls
  66. Celgene to collaborate with tiny Jounce on cancer immunotherapy
  67. UnitedHealth profit beats on Optum unit strength
  68. J&J sales beat estimates; company raises forecast
  69. Nigerian Christians Among Millions Displaced Feel Abandoned by Western Churches, Frank Wolf Says
  70. 9 Of 10 Strokes Are Preventable, Study Finds - Tech Times
  71. Study: African-American men below poverty line at highest risk for mortality - USA TODAY
  72. Chick-Fil-A rolls out new breakfast item - Cherokee Tribune Ledger News
  73. Apple's ResearchKit: GlaxoSmithKline To Use Platform For Arthritis Study In First Major Clinical Trial Partnership - International Business Times
  74. Got Dense Breasts? That Can Depend On Who Is Reading The Mammogram - NPR
  75. Lymphoma trial failure endangers Roche's Gazyva growth plans - FiercePharma
  76. Limit Kids' Exposure to Media Violence, Pediatricians Say - Arizona Daily Star
  77. Unusual US Zika virus case baffles experts - BBC News
  78. Whether Kanye West Gave Taylor Swift a Heads-Up on ''Famous'' Lyrics Doesn't Really Matter to the Internet - E! Online
  79. Pakistan Army Rescues Top Judge's Son in Pre-Dawn Raid - Voice of America
  80. North Korea Fires Three Ballistic Missiles, South Korea Says - NBCNews.com
  81. Indonesia Police Chief: Most Wanted Militant Probably Dead - New York Times
  82. Taiwan Tour Bus Catches Fire, Killing 26 Chinese Tourists - NBCNews.com
  83. ISIS Claims Responsibility for Ax Attack on German Train - New York Times
  84. Rancor Reigns as Bitterly Divided Republicans Begin Their Convention - New York Times
  85. Republican Convention: Floor Fighting on Day 1 - New York Times
  86. BRIEF-Care Service's unit to start encoffining business in China
  87. Henderson calls for investor vote on Bayer-Monsanto takeover, says unconvinced by deal
  88. Novartis, world's top drugmaker, plays down Brexit threat
  89. BRIEF-Cu Medical Systems to convert 500 mln won worth convertible bonds
  90. BRIEF-Formosa Laboratories says 2015 dividend record date is Aug. 21
  91. BRIEF-Evotec increases its profitability guidance for 2016
  92. Fitch Affirms Parkway Life REIT at 'BBB'; Outlook Stable
  93. BRIEF-Top choice Medical Investment unit establishes hospital jv
  94. German official wants Russian competitors excluded from Rio Olympics
  95. Mosquitoes in Weld County test positive for West Nile virus - The Denver Post
  96. Chick-Fil-A rolls out new breakfast item - Cherokee Tribune Ledger News
  97. Study: African-American men below poverty line at highest risk for mortality - USA TODAY
  98. Apple's ResearchKit: GlaxoSmithKline To Use Platform For Arthritis Study In First Major Clinical Trial Partnership - International Business Times
  99. Got Dense Breasts? That Can Depend On Who Is Reading The Mammogram - NPR
  100. Lymphoma trial failure endangers Roche's Gazyva growth plans - FiercePharma
  101. Limit Kids' Exposure to Media Violence, Pediatricians Say - Arizona Daily Star
  102. North Korea fires three ballistic missiles in show of force - Reuters
  103. 'Helluva' shot stopped gunman in Baton Rouge, officials say - CNN
  104. Bus With Chinese Tourists Catches Fire in Taiwan, Killing 26 - New York Times
  105. Philippines' top court frees ex-president Arroyo after five years - Reuters
  106. Police Chief Certain Indonesia's Most Wanted Militant Killed - New York Times
  107. Drawing of ISIS Flag Found in Room of Ax Attacker in Germany - New York Times
  108. Rancor Reigns as Bitterly Divided Republicans Begin Their Convention - New York Times
  109. Fact-checking the first day of the 2016 Republican National Convention - Washington Post
  110. A high-fat Mediterranean diet may protect against breast cancer, diabetes, and cardiovascular events
  111. Hundreds of years later, teeth tell the story of people who didn't get enough sunshine
  112. HIV therapy for breastfeeding mothers can virtually eliminate transmission to babies
  113. BRIEF-Alliance Pharma says does not see any issues over market access
  114. BRIEF-Sinclair Pharma says second interim period revenues of 17.2 mln stg
  115. BRIEF-Hansa Medical initiates pivotal study in US with IdeS
  116. BRIEF-Bimeda Holding resigns from raising no. of votes in Bioton
  117. BRIEF-WonIk to unload stake in WONIK IPS for 5.6 bln won
  118. BRIEF-WonIk to buy stake in WONIK HOLDINGS for 5.6 bln won
  119. BRIEF-Amplifon buys two retail chains in Germany for a total of 86 shops
  120. China says expects tough challenge for medals at Rio
  121. Novartis warns 2016 profit may fall on higher heart drug spending
  122. 9 Of 10 Strokes Are Preventable, Study Finds - Tech Times
  123. Study: African-American men below poverty line at highest risk for mortality - USA TODAY
  124. GSK Launches First ResearchKit Study by a Major Pharmaceutical Company - Mac Rumors
  125. Got Dense Breasts? That Can Depend On Who Is Reading The Mammogram - NPR
  126. Get Outside, Get Moving to Prevent 'Gamer's Thumb' - Arizona Daily Star
  127. Lymphoma trial failure endangers Roche's Gazyva growth plans - FiercePharma
  128. Limit Kids' Exposure to Media Violence, Pediatricians Say - Arizona Daily Star
  129. Public-Health Officials Across US Race to Build Defenses Against Zika Virus - Wall Street Journal
  130. Family member of Utah Zika-patient infected with Zika virus - New York Daily News
  131. SpaceX successfully lands Falcon 9 rocket on solid ground for the second time - The Verge
  132. Whether Kanye West Gave Taylor Swift a Heads-Up on ''Famous'' Lyrics Doesn't Really Matter to the Internet - E! Online
  133. 'Helluva' shot stopped gunman in Baton Rouge, officials say - CNN
  134. North Korea fires three ballistic missiles in show of force - Reuters
  135. Germany ax attack injures several on train, police kill suspect - CNN
  136. Fact-checking the first day of the 2016 Republican National Convention - Washington Post
  137. Melania Trump's unexpected moment - CNN
  138. PRESS DIGEST- New York Times business news - July 19
  139. DEALTALK-Old pharma sees new profit cure in cancer drugs
  140. German stocks - Factors to watch on July 19
  141. Novartis says 2016 core operating profit may fall
  142. UPDATE 1-Novartis says 2016 core operating profit may slip
  143. BRIEF-Novartis to spend extra $200 mln to push Entresto - CEO
  144. BRIEF-UMN Pharma says exercise of warrants
  145. Old pharma sees new profit cure in cancer drugs
  146. Study: African-American men below poverty line at highest risk for mortality - USA TODAY
  147. Fighting HIV In Two High-Risk Groups: Sex Workers And Truck Drivers - NPR
  148. GSK Launches First ResearchKit Study by a Major Pharmaceutical Company - Mac Rumors
  149. 9 Of 10 Strokes Are Preventable, Study Finds - Tech Times
  150. Got Dense Breasts? That Can Depend On Who Is Reading The Mammogram - NPR
  151. Lymphoma trial failure endangers Roche's Gazyva growth plans - FiercePharma
  152. Pediatricians Tell Parents To Limit Children's Exposure To Violent Media Citing Link To Aggressive Behavior - Tech Times
  153. Family member of Utah Zika-patient infected with Zika virus - New York Daily News
  154. Whether Kanye West Gave Taylor Swift a Heads-Up on ''Famous'' Lyrics Doesn't Really Matter to the Internet - E! Online
  155. Gen. Flynn: 'Americans are fed up with the bulls--t' - Washington Examiner (blog)
  156. North Korea fires three ballistic missiles in show of force - Reuters
  157. Afghan refugee shot dead after slashing attack on German train - Fox News
  158. Fact-checking the first day of the 2016 Republican National Convention - Washington Post
  159. Police: Officers in Baton Rouge were 'targeted and assassinated' - Washington Post
  160. US-Turkey ties at a crossroads? - CNN
  161. The updated 2016 Republican Convention Viewers' Guide: Trump's surprise entrance and what's next - CNN
  162. Swiss stocks - Factors to watch on July 19
  163. Mosquitoes in Weld County test positive for West Nile virus - The Denver Post
  164. Pediatricians Tell Parents To Limit Children's Exposure To Violent Media Citing Link To Aggressive Behavior - Tech Times
  165. GSK Launches First ResearchKit Study by a Major Pharmaceutical Company - Mac Rumors
  166. 9 Out of 10 Strokes Could Be Prevented: Study - WebMD
  167. Fighting HIV In Two High-Risk Groups: Sex Workers And Truck Drivers - NPR
  168. Got Dense Breasts? That Can Depend On Who Is Reading The Mammogram - NPR
  169. Lymphoma trial failure endangers Roche's Gazyva growth plans - FiercePharma
  170. Family member of Utah Zika-patient infected with Zika virus - New York Daily News
  171. Gen. Flynn: 'Americans are fed up with the bulls--t' - Washington Examiner (blog)
  172. North Korea fires three ballistic missiles in show of force - Reuters
  173. Rep. Steve King wonders what 'sub-groups' besides whites made contributions to civilization - Washington Post
  174. Afghan refugee shot dead after slashing attack on German train - Fox News
  175. Fact-Checking the First Night of the Republican National Convention - NBCNews.com
  176. 'Helluva' shot stopped gunman in Baton Rouge, officials say - CNN
  177. US-Turkey ties at a crossroads? - CNN
  178. Melania Trump Caps Emotional Night At Republican National Convention - NPR
  179. Regulatory Decision Summary for JAKAVI (Control number 180682)
  180. Malnutrition, shaping up to be a first world problem
  181. Soft drink, soft price: Soda prices found to be significantly low
  182. BRIEF-Zhejiang Hisun Pharmaceutical signs $3 mln technology transfer agreement with Nascent
  183. BRIEF-Jinyu Bio-Technology to invest 72.5 mln yuan to set up venture capital fund with partners
  184. BRIEF-Nanjing Pharmaceutical to pay 2015 dividend on July 26
  185. Fencer Gu named South Korea flagbearer for Rio
  186. Fracking linked to asthma flare-ups - BBC News
  187. Your home's Liquid Plumr might not be child-proof. Millions recalled. - Washington Post
  188. GSK Launches First ResearchKit Study by a Major Pharmaceutical Company - Mac Rumors
  189. Mosquitoes in Weld County test positive for West Nile virus - The Denver Post
  190. 9 Out of 10 Strokes Could Be Prevented: Study - WebMD
  191. Lymphoma trial failure endangers Roche's Gazyva growth plans - FiercePharma
  192. Pediatricians Tell Parents To Limit Children's Exposure To Violent Media Citing Link To Aggressive Behavior - Tech Times
  193. A Case Of Zika Apparently Spread From A Patient To A Family Caregiver - NPR
  194. BRIEF-Teva Pharmaceutical announces pricing of $15 bln of senior notes
  195. BRIEF-B-Soft to buy 35 pct stake in environmental tech-co for 21 mln yuan
  196. BRIEF-PharmaEssentia moves stock to Gre Tai Securities Market
  197. IOC chief Bach's action on Russia cements legacy: athletes
  198. Illuminating the Different Types of Lighting in the Design World
  199. Fracking linked to asthma flare-ups - BBC News
  200. Your home's Liquid Plumr might not be child-proof. Millions recalled. - Washington Post
  201. Mosquitoes in Weld County test positive for West Nile virus - The Denver Post
  202. GSK Launches First ResearchKit Study by a Major Pharmaceutical Company - Mac Rumors
  203. 9 Out of 10 Strokes Could Be Prevented: Study - WebMD
  204. Lymphoma trial failure endangers Roche's Gazyva growth plans - FiercePharma
  205. Pediatricians Tell Parents To Limit Children's Exposure To Violent Media Citing Link To Aggressive Behavior - Tech Times
  206. A Case Of Zika Apparently Spread From A Patient To A Family Caregiver - NPR
  207. Why is potential Clinton running mate Julian Castro in trouble for praising Hillary Clinton? - Washington Post
  208. Rep. Steve King wonders what 'sub-groups' besides whites made contributions to civilization - Washington Post
  209. Live Updates of RNC Evening Session: Trump to Introduce Melania - Breitbart News
  210. Checking Patricia Smith's claims about Clinton and Benghazi - PolitiFact
  211. Afghan refugee shot dead after slashing attack on German train - Fox News
  212. 'Helluva' shot stopped gunman in Baton Rouge, officials say - CNN
  213. US-Turkey ties at a crossroads? - CNN
  214. Republican National Convention: Trump introduces wife Melania, who says 'Donald will get things done' - Washington Post
  215. BRIEF-Teva Pharmaceutical announces pricing of $15 bln of senior notes
  216. BRIEF-B-Soft to buy 35 pct stake in environmental tech-co for 21 mln yuan
  217. BRIEF-PharmaEssentia moves stock to Gre Tai Securities Market
  218. IOC chief Bach's action on Russia cements legacy: athletes
  219. 8 Things You’ll Get Out Of Practicing Yoga
  220. Your home's Liquid Plumr might not be child-proof. Millions recalled. - Washington Post
  221. Fracking wells may increase asthma attacks, study says - CNN
  222. 9 out of every 10 strokes are preventable, study suggests - Fox News
  223. Mosquitos in Weld County test positive for West Nile virus - The Denver Post
  224. GSK Launches First ResearchKit Study by a Major Pharmaceutical Company - Mac Rumors
  225. Lymphoma trial failure endangers Roche's Gazyva growth plans - FiercePharma
  226. Another Day, Another Alarmist Warning Against Violent Games - Kotaku
  227. A Case Of Zika Apparently Spread From A Patient To A Family Caregiver - NPR
  228. Rep. Steve King wonders what 'sub-groups' besides whites made contributions to civilization - Washington Post
  229. Ethics agency says HUD chief Castro violated Hatch Act - Politico
  230. Prosecution fails for the 4th time in Freddie Gray case - CBS News
  231. Afghan refugee shot dead after slashing attack on German train - Fox News
  232. Clinton condemns shooting of Baton Rouge officers - Washington Post
  233. 'Helluva' shot stopped gunman in Baton Rouge, officials say - CNN
  234. US-Turkey ties at a crossroads? - CNN
  235. The Latest: Trump competes with convention in TV interviews - Washington Post
  236. Surging heroin use threatens Kenya's HIV/AIDS gains
  237. Study: African-American men below poverty line at highest risk for mortality - USA TODAY
  238. Your home's Liquid Plumr might not be child-proof. Millions recalled. - Washington Post
  239. 9 out of every 10 strokes are preventable, study suggests - Fox News
  240. Fracking associated with asthma flare-ups - Fox News
  241. GSK Launches First ResearchKit Study by a Major Pharmaceutical Company - Mac Rumors
  242. Lymphoma trial failure endangers Roche's Gazyva growth plans - FiercePharma
  243. Another Day, Another Alarmist Warning Against Violent Games - Kotaku
  244. Public-Health Officials Across US Race to Build Defenses Against Zika Virus - Wall Street Journal
  245. Trump's Best Path to Victory - Wall Street Journal
  246. Prosecution fails for the 4th time in Freddie Gray case - CBS News
  247. Why Kim Kardashian Waited to Release Footage of Taylor Swift & Kanye West's "Famous" Call - E! Online
  248. Julian Castro, potential Clinton running mate, slips up - Los Angeles Times
  249. Afghan refugee shot dead after slashing attack on German train - Fox News
  250. 'Helluva' shot stopped gunman in Baton Rouge, officials say - CNN