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  1. UPDATE 1-U.S. Senate passes symbolic Obamacare repeal, assuring veto
  2. China political advisors urge cutting red tape on generic drugs: Xinhua
  3. New York City is sued over salt warnings on restaurant menus
  4. Psychological first aid: Migrant trauma demands alternative therapies - Reuters
  5. 11 people sick from salmonella outbreak linked to nut butter - CNN
  6. CSI Renaissance: Scientists Find Heart Disease in Embalmed Hearts - ABC News
  7. People with diabetes twice as likely to lose teeth - CBS News
  8. New York City is sued over salt warnings on restaurant menus - Reuters
  9. World AIDS Day marked in Brunei - GlobalPost
  10. Republicans say no to new gun control legislation after San Bernardino - USA TODAY
  11. Christie Veto Showdown Brings His Gun Positions to Light - ABC News
  12. Obama lights national tree, remembers California victims - Reuters
  13. Former Massey CEO found guilty of conspiracy in West Virginia mine blast - Reuters
  14. S&P posts biggest drop since September as ECB disappoints - Reuters
  15. Arsenal of explosives, ammunition found at home of San Bernardino attackers as ... - Washington Post
  16. Illinois judge keeps Chicago retiree healthcare case alive
  17. Shkreli's KaloBios buys Chagas disease drug rights, shares soar
  18. China political advisors urge cutting red tape on generic drugs-Xinhua
  19. Illinois judge keeps Chicago retiree healthcare case alive
  20. Cancer drug prices vary widely across Europe, study finds
  21. What makes a 'mass shooting' in America - Washington Post
  22. In historic decision, Pentagon chief opens all jobs in combat units to women - Washington Post
  23. Treatment for high cholesterol is widely neglected - Los Angeles Times
  24. 11 people sick from salmonella outbreak linked to nut butter - CNN
  25. Psychological first aid: Migrant trauma demands alternative therapies - Reuters
  26. People with diabetes twice as likely to lose teeth - CBS News
  27. CSI Renaissance: Scientists Find Heart Disease in Embalmed Hearts - ABC News
  28. World AIDS Day marked in Brunei - GlobalPost
  29. WHO says kids bear heavy foodborne illness burden - CIDRAP
  30. In historic decision, Pentagon chief opens all jobs in combat units to women - Washington Post
  31. Republicans say no to new gun control legislation after San Bernardino - USA TODAY
  32. Former Massey CEO found guilty of conspiracy in West Virginia mine blast - Reuters
  33. Christie Veto Showdown Brings His Gun Positions to Light - ABC News
  34. Partisan Divide on Gun Laws Runs Deep - NBCNews.com
  35. Washington's post-shooting ritual: angry words and political polarization - CNN
  36. Arsenal of explosives, ammunition found at home of San Bernardino attackers as ... - Washington Post
  37. Eight countries suspend French poultry imports after birdflu outbreak
  38. GE sees earnings benefit from Alstom deal at low end of estimate
  39. New helmet, turf cushion, tether to slow head snaps in works
  40. MLS the league for a 'new America', says Garber
  41. Risk of death nearly doubled for Vietnam veterans with PTSD
  42. Police Arrest 1 Student After Search For Possible Gun At East High - CBS Local
  43. 11 people sick from salmonella outbreak linked to nut butter - CNN
  44. Refugee Therapy is Being Designed - Lighthouse News Daily
  45. People with diabetes twice as likely to lose teeth - CBS News
  46. CSI Renaissance: Scientists Find Heart Disease in Embalmed Hearts - ABC News
  47. World AIDS Day marked in Brunei - GlobalPost
  48. Children under five account for one third of deaths from foodborne diseases ... - UN News Centre
  49. Half of people who need cholesterol-lowering drugs not getting them - UPI.com
  50. The Note: In the Shadow of a Shooting - ABC News
  51. In historic decision, Pentagon chief opens all jobs in combat units to women - Washington Post
  52. Coldplay? Here's 5 Super Bowl performers we'd rather see - USA TODAY
  53. Republicans say no to new gun control legislation after San Bernardino - USA TODAY
  54. Going Down Noisily: The Rise and Fall of a Coal Tycoon - Bloomberg
  55. Christie prevails again as N.J. Assembly fails to override gun bill veto - NJ.com
  56. Eight countries suspend French poultry imports after birdflu outbreak
  57. U.S. salmonella outbreak across nine states investigated
  58. Renault to make full F1 return in 2016: statement
  59. Walker takes route 66 to share lead in Albany
  60. Bayer's Covestro to replace MAN in Germany's MDAX
  61. UPDATE 2-Gene summit organizers urge caution on human gene editing
  62. Deals of the day- Mergers and acquisitions
  63. San Bernardino suspects' huge cache of bullets and bombs enough for 'another ... - Los Angeles Times
  64. Prison looms again for Pistorius after murder conviction - Washington Post
  65. Refugee Therapy is Being Designed - Lighthouse News Daily
  66. Unlicensed Cambodian Doctor Imprisoned for Spreading HIV - ABC News
  67. Binge watching TV? Your brain may pay for it later - CBS News
  68. Children under five account for one third of deaths from foodborne diseases ... - UN News Centre
  69. World AIDS Day marked in Brunei - GlobalPost
  70. People with diabetes twice as likely to lose teeth - CBS News
  71. US salmonella outbreak across nine states investigated - Reuters
  72. Psychological first aid: Migrant trauma demands alternative therapies - Fox News
  73. Oscar Pistorius conviction: What's behind it - ESPN
  74. After grumbling, Trump says he will participate in CNN debate - Washington Post
  75. Going Down Noisily: The Rise and Fall of a Coal Tycoon - Bloomberg
  76. Republicans say no to new gun control legislation after San Bernardino - USA TODAY
  77. What makes a 'mass shooting' in America - Washington Post
  78. In historic decision, Pentagon chief opens all jobs in combat units to women - Washington Post
  79. We've had a massive decline in gun violence in the United States. Here's why. - Washington Post
  80. San Bernardino suspects' huge cache of bullets and bombs enough for 'another ... - Los Angeles Times
  81. Sperm carries information about dad's weight
  82. Brain receptors for hunger hormone control food intake, study shows
  83. Coldplay to play 2016 Super Bowl halftime show: media reports
  84. 'What We Saw in San Bernardino, Paris Is Beginning of a Third World War,' Vicar of Baghdad Argues
  85. Liberia's last two Ebola patients recover, leave hospital - Reuters
  86. Children under five account for one third of deaths from foodborne diseases ... - UN News Centre
  87. Binge watching TV? Your brain may pay for it later - CBS News
  88. Unlicensed Doctor Infected More Than 100 Cambodian Villagers With HIV - Huffington Post
  89. Salmonella-tainted nut spread has already sickened 1 N.J. kid: CDC - NJ.com
  90. Treatment for high cholesterol is widely neglected - Los Angeles Times
  91. UPDATE 1-U.S. House Speaker Ryan says Obamacare replacement plan coming next year
  92. Gene summit organizers urge caution on human gene editing
  93. In historic decision, Pentagon chief opens all jobs in combat units to women - Washington Post
  94. Former Massey CEO found guilty of conspiracy in West Virginia mine blast - Reuters
  95. Ryan hopes his agenda can buoy GOP at the polls - Politico
  96. Donald Trump struggles with Israel question at Republican Jewish summit - Washington Post
  97. Freddie Gray's mother sobs in court after seeing footage of son's arrest - Washington Post
  98. Hard to take Republican call for mental health legislation seriously: White House
  99. UPDATE 1-Gene summit organizers urge caution on human gene editing
  100. UPDATE 2-U.S. House approves highway bill that revives EXIM bank
  101. Major League Baseball officials, players to visit Cuba
  102. Liberia's last two Ebola patients recover, leave hospital
  103. Gene summit organizers urge caution on human gene editing
  104. Young adults more likely to 'cheat' if they think partner is doing it
  105. Premenstrual syndrome may be linked to high blood pressure
  106. Liberia's last two Ebola patients recover, leave hospital
  107. Oscar Pistorius Convicted of Murder if Girlfriend Reeva Steenkamp by South ... - People Magazine
  108. Senate Republicans are just fine with Donald Trump as their nominee. Riiiiight. - Washington Post
  109. People with diabetes twice as likely to lose teeth - CBS News
  110. This common farm pesticide could be damaging the lungs of young children - Washington Post
  111. Unlicensed Doctor Infected More Than 100 Cambodian Villagers With HIV - Huffington Post
  112. Too much TV as a young adult may harm brain in mid-life: study - BusinessWorld Online Edition
  113. Children under five account for one third of deaths from foodborne diseases ... - UN News Centre
  114. Liberia's last two Ebola patients recover, leave hospital - Reuters
  115. Psychological first aid: Migrant trauma demands alternative therapies - Reuters
  116. Ryan vows to offer ObamaCare replacement plan in 2016 - The Hill
  117. 12 mass shootings, 12 speeches: How Obama has reacted - USA TODAY
  118. Pistorius Is Free for Christmas But Jail Beckons in the New Year - TIME
  119. AP Conversation: Trump Says Mideast Peace Rests With Israel - ABC News
  120. Former Massey CEO found guilty of conspiracy in West Virginia mine blast - Reuters
  121. In historic decision, Pentagon chief opens all jobs in combat units to women - Washington Post
  122. FBI searches for motive in San Bernardino rampage as Obama says it is ... - Washington Post
  123. Top U.S. House Democrat: Congress must pass 'real' mental health bill
  124. BRIEF-Txcell signs agreement with Masthercell
  125. US House Speaker Ryan says Obamacare replacement plan coming next year
  126. Eli Lilly's Swiss lab closure worries animal rights group
  127. House Speaker Ryan says Obamacare replacement plan coming next year
  128. Muslim Missionaries Teach Christian African Children Chant 'Jesus Is the Slave of Allah'
  129. House To Vote To Increase Requirements For Foreign Visitors - Huffington Post
  130. Children under five account for one third of deaths from foodborne diseases ... - UN News Centre
  131. Cambodian Doctor Sentenced For Infecting Patients With HIV - TIME
  132. Chipotle to Enforce Stricter Produce Supplier Guidelines After E. Coli Crisis - Fortune
  133. Chikungunya, A Mosquito-Borne Virus, Might Be Scarier Than We Thought - WHQR
  134. Zafgen Sinks on 2nd Death in Obesity Study, Full Clinical Hold - Zacks.com
  135. Too much TV as a young adult may harm brain in mid-life: study - BusinessWorld Online Edition
  136. What gun control advocates don't understand about gun owners - Washington Post
  137. Too much TV, not enough physical activity may be bad for the brain - UPI.com
  138. Psychological first aid: Migrant trauma demands alternative therapies - Fox News
  139. Biblical King Hezekiah's Mark Found in 2,700-Year-Old Clay
  140. BRIEF-Genomic Vision signs partnership with Imagine Institute
  141. San Bernardino Shooting: Suspects Left Baby Daughter With Grandma - NBCNews.com
  142. Pentagon Opens All Frontline Combat Jobs to Women - TIME
  143. 'We are at war': Republicans respond to San Bernardino - BBC News
  144. Jury to see van in which Freddie Gray's spine was nearly severed - Washington Post
  145. Pistorius Is Free for Christmas But Jail Beckons in the New Year - TIME
  146. Paul Ryan sets his agenda: 'Make America confident again' - Washington Post
  147. Starbucks, Target among retailers affected by E. coli outbreak - CBS News
  148. Children under five account for one third of deaths from foodborne diseases ... - UN News Centre
  149. Home > Current Issue > MRI for Breast Cancer Screening—Possible, but Is It ... - LWW Journals
  150. Even low-levels of common metal linked to weaker bones - Fox News
  151. Cambodian Doctor Sentenced For Infecting Patients With HIV - TIME
  152. Chipotle to Enforce Stricter Produce Supplier Guidelines After E. Coli Crisis - Fortune
  153. Term mass shooting confuses public and masks phenomenon - USA TODAY
  154. Report: 'Secret Service Is In Crisis' Following Breaches - NBCNews.com
  155. Parents say Clifton school didn't notify them of alleged plot by 5th graders ... - NorthJersey.com
  156. Republicans focus on terror threat, Democrats on gun control in aftermath of ... - Los Angeles Times
  157. The Latest: Seat Belt Policy Changed Days Before Gray Arrest - ABC News
  158. In historic decision, Pentagon chief opens all jobs in combat units to women - Washington Post
  159. Pistorius Is Free for Christmas But Jail Beckons in the New Year - TIME
  160. FBI takes over San Bernardino investigation as Obama says it is 'possible' it ... - Washington Post
  161. BRIEF-PZ Cormay aims to consolidate Orphee SA
  162. Teva divesting $1 bln in assets to clear Allergan deal -sources
  163. New U.S. indictment in FIFA probe will name 16 people: source
  164. Maternal mortality declining but still above goal
  165. Too much TV, not enough physical activity may be bad for the brain - UPI.com
  166. INSIGHT-Psychological first aid: Migrant trauma demands alternative therapies - Reuters
  167. Hawaii facing rise in dengue fever cases - Medical Xpress
  168. Starbucks Recalls Sandwich Due to E. Coli Concerns - TIME
  169. False-Positive Mammograms Linked to Later Breast Cancer Risk - Cancer Network
  170. Cambodian Doctor Sentenced For Infecting Patients With HIV - TIME
  171. Elizabeth Taylor and Nelson Mandela's Grandsons Unite for World AIDS Day - People Magazine
  172. House Speaker Ryan urges caution on gun legislation - USA TODAY
  173. Staggering Stats: There Have Been More Mass Shootings Than Days This Year - NBCNews.com
  174. Republicans focus on terror threat, Democrats on gun control in aftermath of ... - Los Angeles Times
  175. US services sector slows; labor market remains resilient - Reuters
  176. Starbucks Recalls Sandwich Due to E. Coli Concerns - TIME
  177. Freddie Gray case: Second day of testimony begins in trial of Officer William ... - Baltimore Sun
  178. Nuns Go Undercover as Prostitutes to Save Sex Trafficking Victims
  179. Even low-levels of common metal linked to weaker bones
  180. Stenson overcomes illness to share Sun City lead
  181. FBI searches Miami office of company tied to Spain's Imagina: source
  182. REFILE-Eli Lilly's Swiss lab closure worries animal rights group
  183. Novartis's Slovenia arm criticises the country's high labour costs
  184. Pistorius Is Free for Christmas But Jail Beckons in the New Year - TIME
  185. Psychological first aid: Migrant trauma demands alternative therapies - Reuters
  186. Hawaii Facing Rise in Dengue Fever Cases - WebMD
  187. Ex-Bengal Devon Still announces daughter Leah has no signs of cancer - ESPN
  188. WHO calls for fighting food borne diseases that can be deadly - Reuters
  189. Even low-levels of common metal linked to weaker bones - Reuters
  190. Binge Watching as a Young Adult Speeds Up Cognitive Decline: Study - TIME
  191. A false positive mammogram is a real risk factor for breast cancer, study finds - CNN
  192. Minneapolis police clear out 4th Precinct protesters - Minneapolis Star Tribune
  193. The one sentence that shows how worried Senate Republicans are about Donald Trump - Washington Post
  194. Putin calls for 'no double standards' in fight against terrorism, hints at ... - Fox News
  195. The Truth About Paul Ryan's 'First Big Test' - Huffington Post
  196. E. coli Outbreak Leads to a Massive Celery Recall at Major Grocery and Chain ... - Counsel & Heal
  197. Britain joins Syria air war; Putin vows more sanctions on Turkey - Reuters
  198. South African appeals court convicts Oscar Pistorius of murder - OCRegister
  199. San Bernardino suspects identified; probe turns to motive, planning - Washington Post
  200. Help Keep a Sick Child Safe: Learn How to Use a Hospital Crib
  201. BRIEF-Mediclinic says book-build considerably oversubscribed 
  202. Hamilton wished he was on holiday in final races
  203. Formula One's new tire rules puzzle even drivers
  204. Christian Refugees Worse Off Than Muslim Refugees?
  205. Psychological first aid: Migrant trauma demands alternative therapies - Reuters
  206. Contaminated Food Sickens 1 in 10 Every Year, WHO Says - NBCNews.com
  207. Home > Current Issue > MRI for Breast Cancer Screening—Possible, but Is It ... - LWW Journals
  208. National Restaurant Association to Sue New York City Over Sodium Rule - SHU Spectrum
  209. Man gets 25 years jail term for infecting villagers with HIV - Vanguard
  210. Too much TV as a young adult may harm brain in mid-life: study - New Vision
  211. Devon Still Confirms that Daughter is Now Cancer-Free - The Independent
  212. WHO calls for fighting food borne diseases that can be deadly - Reuters
  213. Psychological first aid: Migrant trauma demands alternative therapies - Reuters
  214. DOD spent $150M on private villas, security for 'handful' of employees in ... - Fox News
  215. Britain joins Syria air war; Putin vows more sanctions on Turkey - Reuters
  216. The Latest: Police Tear Down Protesters' Camp in Minneapolis - ABC News
  217. Kerry: We can defeat IS within 'months' of Syrian transition - NOLA.com
  218. Ex-Bengal Devon Still announces daughter Leah has no signs of cancer - ESPN
  219. Obama: not going to do an 'Iraq-style invasion' in Iraq, Syria: CBS - Reuters
  220. Oscar Pistorius Convicted of Murder by Supreme Court - Wall Street Journal
  221. Motive Still a Mystery in San Bernardino Shooting as Police Investigate Shooters - ABC News
  222. States' fish consumption advisories are often not in line with federal recommendations
  223. Fries with a side of acrylamide
  224. Silverstone coy on reported Jaguar Land Rover bid
  225. Italy chiefs say doping scandal is procedural mix up
  226. False-Positive Mammograms Linked to Later Breast Cancer Risk - Cancer Network
  227. Too much TV as a young adult may harm brain in mid-life: study - New Vision
  228. Unlicensed Cambodian Doctor Imprisoned for Spreading HIV - ABC News
  229. Uh oh – Nationwide E.Coli outbreak spreads to Starbucks - BABW News
  230. UPDATE 2-Medical device maker Medtronic's profit beats estimates
  231. New York City High Salt Warning Goes Into Effect - Ledger Gazette
  232. Ex-Bengal Devon Still announces daughter Leah has no signs of cancer - ESPN
  233. WHO calls for fighting food borne diseases that can be deadly - Reuters
  234. Danes' vitamin D levels are determined by their genes
  235. Medical device maker Medtronic's revenue jumps 62 pct
  236. UPDATE 1-Falling tickets prices boosting air travel demand in 2015
  237. Israeli biotech firm to test radiation therapy in Fukushima
  238. BRIEF-Genovis launches new enzyme product
  239. BRIEF-Sygnis signs distribution agreement with Lucigen
  240. INSIGHT-Psychological first aid: Migrant trauma demands alternative therapies
  241. Conflict-hit women need more reproductive, sexual health aid: U.N. agency head
  242. Coffee compounds that could help prevent type 2 diabetes identified
  243. British bombers strike Islamic State oil fields in Syria - Reuters
  244. Two pilots killed in Fort Campbell helicopter crash in Tennessee - UPI.com
  245. Chennai Petroleum shuts refinery due to flooding, shares down - Reuters
  246. Starbucks scrambles to pull sandwiches off its shelves after huge E. coli outbreak - Morning Ticker
  247. Zafgen (ZFGN) is Downgraded by Sun Trust Rbsn Humphrey to Neutral - Money Flow Index
  248. Too much TV as a young adult may harm brain in mid-life: study - New Vision
  249. Two dead suspects named after mass shooting that killed 14 at Calif. office party - Washington Post
  250. Psychological first aid: Migrant trauma demands alternative therapies - Reuters