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  1. Mosquito-borne chikungunya may cause fatal brain infection - UPI.com
  2. Opposition mounts to genetic modification of human embryos - Reuters
  3. LA County sheriff's deputies describe finding baby buried alive in crevice - Los Angeles Times
  4. Opposition mounts to genetic modification of human embryos - Reuters
  5. Clinton Basks in Glow of Women Senators — With One Absence - NBCNews.com
  6. Modi says developing nations need space to grow - Reuters
  7. Pope Francis visits mosque in war-torn Central African Republic - Washington Post
  8. Facing intense heat on McDonald shooting, Emanuel seeks to buy time with ... - Chicago Tribune
  9. Christie on Trump's 9/11 claims: 'It's just wrong' - CNN
  10. Authorities seek public's help in finding mother of baby buried under asphalt - CNN
  11. 17 countries in Americas may have eliminated mother-to-child HIV transmission - U.N.
  12. Express Scripts backs Imprimis' $1 pill over $750 Daraprim
  13. Mosquito-borne chikungunya may cause fatal brain infection - UPI.com
  14. City's new menu guidelines take aim at ridiculous salt content - New York Post
  15. Doctors' strike suspension too late for hundreds of cancelled ops - The Bolton News
  16. Study: Having a pet dog may reduce risk of childhood anxiety - UPI.com
  17. Myanmar's HIV patients shunned despite progress in treatment - Reuters
  18. Mayor of Juneau found dead, police say - CBS News
  19. New York is First US City With Salt Warning on Restaurant Menus - Voice of America
  20. Mosquito-borne chikungunya may cause fatal brain infection - UPI.com
  21. Opposition mounts to genetic modification of human embryos - Reuters
  22. Weekly meal prep: Mastered. [Infographic] Here’s how to have healthy food ready when you need it.
  23. Greg Fisk, New Mayor of Juneau, Alaska, Found Dead in Home - NBCNews.com
  24. Chicago officer, charged with murdering black teen, posts bond - Reuters
  25. Christie on Trump's 9/11 claims: 'It's just wrong' - CNN
  26. Authorities seek public's help in finding mother of baby buried under asphalt - CNN
  27. Some of Clinton's Benghazi-related emails released - CNN
  28. IMF gives China's currency prized reserve asset status - Reuters
  29. Doctors' strike suspension too late for hundreds of cancelled ops - The Bolton News
  30. Study: Having a pet dog may reduce risk of childhood anxiety - UPI.com
  31. 5 ways every millennial can help stomp out HIV and AIDS - CBS News
  32. Despite treatment advances, AIDS stigma lingers in rural South Africa - Reuters
  33. China struggles with IVF demand as one-child policy ends - Reuters
  34. Mosquito-borne chikungunya may cause fatal brain infection - UPI.com
  35. Opposition mounts to genetic modification of human embryos - Reuters
  36. Russia and Turkey will both lose from Moscow's sanctions - CNN
  37. Man charged in threat at University of Chicago linked to Laquan McDonald shooting - Chicago Tribune
  38. Some of Clinton's Benghazi-related emails released - CNN
  39. The Latest: Another day of protests over Chicago shooting - seattlepi.com
  40. LA County sheriff's deputies describe finding baby buried alive in crevice - Los Angeles Times
  41. First trial in death of Freddie Gray begins in a city still on edge - Washington Post
  42. Planned Parenthood shooting suspect appears in court - CNN
  43. MIDEAST STOCKS - Factors to watch - Dec 1
  44. NYC's novel salt warning rule set to take effect at chains - Sacramento Bee
  45. Doctors' strike suspension too late for hundreds of cancelled ops - Belfast Telegraph
  46. Study: Having a pet dog may reduce risk of childhood anxiety - UPI.com
  47. China struggles with IVF demand as one-child policy ends - Reuters
  48. How Ricki Lake Is Trying to Stop the AIDS Epidemic - E! Online
  49. Despite treatment advances, AIDS stigma lingers in rural South Africa - Reuters
  50. UPDATE 1-U.S. media mogul Redstone's ex-girlfriend loses motion in mental competence suit
  51. Chicago cop free after posting $1.5 million bail in Laquan McDonald's shooting - Chicago Tribune
  52. Russia and Turkey will both lose from Moscow's sanctions - CNN
  53. Man charged in threat at University of Chicago linked to Laquan McDonald shooting - Chicago Tribune
  54. 'Red, White, & Baltimore' Explores Class and Justice in America - NBCNews.com
  55. Opposition mounts to genetic modification of human embryos
  56. China struggles with IVF demand as one-child policy ends
  57. Despite treatment advances, AIDS stigma lingers in rural South Africa
  58. UPDATE 1-China official factory PMI at three-year low
  59. UPDATE 6-Suspect in Colorado clinic shooting told he faces murder charge
  60. China official services PMI quickens to 53.6 in November
  61. Opposition mounts to genetic modification of human embryos - Reuters
  62. Mosquito-borne chikungunya may cause fatal brain infection - UPI.com
  63. Doctors halt strikes after Hunt pledge on contracts - Financial Times
  64. UK Panel Calls for Tax on Sugary Drinks - Wall Street Journal
  65. Study: Having a pet dog may reduce risk of childhood anxiety - UPI.com
  66. Despite treatment advances, AIDS stigma lingers in rural South Africa - Reuters
  67. There's no such thing as a "male brain" or "female brain," and scientists have ... - Los Angeles Times
  68. Low sugar diet makes foods taste sweeter but does not change preferred level of sweetness
  69. First trial in death of Freddie Gray begins in a city still on edge - Washington Post
  70. Suspect in Colorado clinic shooting told he faces murder charge - Reuters
  71. Powerful New York legislator Silver convicted in bribery case - Reuters
  72. Chicago cop free after posting $1.5 million bail in Laquan McDonald's shooting - Chicago Tribune
  73. Man charged in threat at University of Chicago linked to Laquan McDonald shooting - Chicago Tribune
  74. UPDATE 1-Alabama ends court fight over Planned Parenthood funding
  75. U.S. media mogul Redstone's ex-girlfriend loses motion in mental competence suit
  76. Myanmar's HIV patients shunned despite progress in treatment
  77. Labor abuse still 'rampant' in Qatar five years after world cup bid: rights group
  78. Davis Cup triumph will fuel Australian Open bid: Murray
  79. PRESS DIGEST- Financial Times - Dec 1
  80. FEATURE-Despite treatment advances, AIDS stigma lingers in rural South Africa
  81. REFILE-HIV stigma in Uganda puts mothers and babies at risk
  82. Tigers sign prized free agent pitcher Zimmermann
  83. Russia and Turkey will both lose from Moscow's sanctions - CNN
  84. For Clinton, one glaring holdout among female Democratic senators - Washington Post
  85. After Concussion Symptoms Fade, Slowed Blood Flow in Brain May Persist - Philly.com
  86. Losing Weight May Slow Down Knee Cartilage Degeneration - University Herald
  87. Study: Having a pet dog may reduce risk of childhood anxiety - UPI.com
  88. UK Panel Calls for Tax on Sugary Drinks - Wall Street Journal
  89. Exercise as young adult tied to heart health decades later - Reuters
  90. Doctors in England suspend mass walkout until January after talks - Reuters
  91. Mosquito-borne chikungunya may cause fatal brain infection - UPI.com
  92. New York is first US city with salt warning on restaurant menus - Reuters
  93. Mosquito-borne chikungunya may cause fatal brain infection - UPI.com
  94. New York is first US city with salt warning on restaurant menus - Reuters
  95. State Dept., intel watchdog tangle over Clinton emails - Politico
  96. Body of downed Russian pilot back in Russia - CNN
  97. Man charged in threat at University of Chicago linked to Laquan McDonald shooting - Chicago Tribune
  98. Chicago cop who fatally shot teen makes bail - USA TODAY
  99. First trial in death of Freddie Gray begins in a city still on edge - Washington Post
  100. Planned Parenthood shooting suspect appears in court - CNN
  101. Regulatory Decision Summary – AVASTIN
  102. Patriots' Brady 'pissed off' after losing unbeaten status
  103. Doctors in England suspend mass walkout until January after talks - Reuters
  104. UK Panel Calls for Tax on Sugary Drinks - Wall Street Journal
  105. Study: Having a pet dog may reduce risk of childhood anxiety - UPI.com
  106. Losing Weight May Slow Down Knee Cartilage Degeneration - University Herald
  107. Doctors' use of computers during appointments leaves patients less satisfied - Reuters
  108. After Concussion Symptoms Fade, Slowed Blood Flow in Brain May Persist - Philly.com
  109. Culture Shock: Declining Ebola, Rising STDs - MedPage Today
  110. New York is first US city with salt warning on restaurant menus - Reuters
  111. State Dept. clears Clinton email that intelligence agencies flagged - Politico
  112. Body of downed Russian pilot back in Russia - CNN
  113. Exercise as young adult tied to heart health decades later
  114. Doctors' use of computers during appointments leaves patients less satisfied
  115. Certain birth defects linked to abuse of infants and toddlers
  116. Suspect in Planned Parenthood shooting makes court appearance - USA TODAY
  117. First trial in death of Freddie Gray begins in a city still on edge - Washington Post
  118. Bond for Chicago police officer who fatally shot Laquan McDonald set at $1.5 ... - Washington Post
  119. Chicago threat suspect allegedly sought to avenge Laquan McDonald's death - CNN
  120. Doctors in England suspend mass walkout until January after talks - Reuters
  121. UK Panel Calls for Tax on Sugary Drinks - Wall Street Journal
  122. Study: Having a pet dog may reduce risk of childhood anxiety - UPI.com
  123. Losing Weight May Slow Down Knee Cartilage Degeneration - University Herald
  124. Doctors' use of computers during appointments leaves patients less satisfied - Reuters
  125. After Concussion Symptoms Fade, Slowed Blood Flow in Brain May Persist - Philly.com
  126. Russian Media Takes Aim at Turkey - Wall Street Journal
  127. Bond for Chicago police officer who fatally shot Laquan McDonald set at $1.5 ... - Washington Post
  128. New York is first US city with salt warning on restaurant menus - Reuters
  129. Culture Shock: Declining Ebola, Rising STDs - MedPage Today
  130. Chicago threat suspect allegedly sought to avenge Laquan McDonald's death - CNN
  131. First trial in death of Freddie Gray begins in a city still on edge - Washington Post
  132. Suspect in Planned Parenthood shooting will be charged with first-degree murder - Los Angeles Times
  133. Certain birth defects linked to abuse of infants and toddlers
  134. Doctors' use of computers during appointments leaves patients less satisfied
  135. Exercise as young adult tied to heart health decades later
  136. Doctors in England suspend mass walkout until January after talks - Reuters
  137. UK Panel Calls for Tax on Sugary Drinks - Wall Street Journal
  138. Study: Having a pet dog may reduce risk of childhood anxiety - UPI.com
  139. Losing Weight May Slow Down Knee Cartilage Degeneration - University Herald
  140. Doctors' use of computers during appointments leaves patients less satisfied - Reuters
  141. After Concussion Symptoms Fade, Slowed Blood Flow in Brain May Persist - Philly.com
  142. New York is first US city with salt warning on restaurant menus - Reuters
  143. Target's Website Crashes on Cyber Monday, Locking Out Some Users - Bloomberg
  144. After Paris, Obama Administration Changes Visa Waiver Program - NPR
  145. Body of downed Russian pilot back in Russia - CNN
  146. Feds charge suspect for threat to retaliate for Laquan McDonald - USA TODAY
  147. Planned Parenthood clinics open, march on after tragedy - USA TODAY
  148. First officer goes on trial in Freddie Gray death - CNN
  149. Opposition mounts to genetic modification of human embryos
  150. Doctors in England suspend mass walkout until January after talks
  151. China struggles with IVF demand as one-child policy ends
  152. Alabama ends court fight over Planned Parenthood funding
  153. FDA Approves Empliciti for Multiple Myeloma - Curetoday.com
  154. Culture Shock: Declining Ebola, Rising STDs - MedPage Today
  155. Doctors in England suspend mass walkout until January after talks - Reuters
  156. UK Panel Calls for Tax on Sugary Drinks - Wall Street Journal
  157. Getting to Zero AIDS Infections - Voice of America
  158. Study: Having a pet dog may reduce risk of childhood anxiety - UPI.com
  159. Weight Loss Helps Protect Against Knee Cartilage Degeneration - Science World Report
  160. 1 in custody in threat at University of Chicago linked to Laquan McDonald shooting - Chicago Tribune
  161. Body of downed Russian pilot back in Russia - CNN
  162. Target website couldn't keep up with record traffic on Cyber Monday - USA TODAY
  163. New York is first US city with salt warning on restaurant menus - Reuters
  164. $1.5 million bond set for cop in Laquan McDonald's shooting - Chicago Tribune
  165. Iraq War Vet Killed in Planned Parenthood Shooting Tried to Warn Others in ... - People Magazine
  166. First officer goes on trial in Freddie Gray death - CNN
  167. Obama urges world action on climate change: 'Hour is almost upon us' - Washington Post
  168. UPDATE 1-U.S. Republican sees no gov't shutdown over Planned Parenthood funding
  169. UPDATE 1-Colorado Planned Parenthood shooting suspect to appear in court
  170. New York is first U.S. city with salt warning on restaurant menus
  171. Doctors in England suspend mass walkout until January after talks - Reuters
  172. FDA approves new Bristol-Myers treatment for multiple myeloma - Fox News
  173. Culture Shock: Declining Ebola, Rising STDs - MedPage Today
  174. Study: Having a pet dog may reduce risk of childhood anxiety - UPI.com
  175. Asthma can make occasional migraines a chronic condition - UPI.com
  176. UK Panel Calls for Tax on Sugary Drinks - Wall Street Journal
  177. US tightens visa waiver program in response to Paris terror attacks - USA TODAY
  178. Cruz: Maybe alleged clinic shooter is 'transgendered leftist' - CNN
  179. First officer goes on trial in Freddie Gray death - CNN International
  180. US Cyber Monday sales jump, high traffic leads to website outages - Reuters
  181. US tightens visa waiver program in response to Paris terror attacks - USA TODAY
  182. Target site crashes on Cyber Monday due to record traffic - USA TODAY
  183. Cancer patients may benefit from mindfulness-based therapy
  184. Canadiens' Price out at least six weeks with injury
  185. Royals players get $370,000 bonus for World Series win
  186. Fitch Rates Thermo Fisher's Senior Notes 'BBB'; Outlook Stable
  187. BRIEF-Eckert & Ziegler Bebig to sell US seed business
  188. Bond Set at $1.5M for Chicago Officer Who Fatally Shot Teen - ABC News
  189. Person in Custody Over Threats to University of Chicago - ABC News
  190. FDA approves new Bristol-Myers treatment for multiple myeloma - Reuters
  191. Culture Shock: Declining Ebola, Rising STDs - MedPage Today
  192. Hopes that junior doctors' strikes could be off as BMA considers truce - Telegraph.co.uk
  193. Asthma can make occasional migraines a chronic condition - UPI.com
  194. The myth of sugar-free drinks, candy: Study shows they can wreak havoc on ... - Washington Post
  195. UK Panel Calls for Tax on Sugary Drinks - Wall Street Journal
  196. Facebook network and stress levels may be tied together - Reuters
  197. Costco at Fault for E. Coli Outbreak, Source Tainted Celery - Zacks.com
  198. COP21 climate change summit: 'Never have the stakes been so high' - CNN
  199. University of Chicago cancels classes over gun-violence threat - Washington Post
  200. Ted Cruz cites reports that Planned Parenthood shooter could be 'transgendered ... - Washington Post
  201. What to Expect as 1st Cop in Freddie Gray Case Goes to Trial - ABC News
  202. Cyber Monday sales still on top, but losing some luster - Miami Herald
  203. Chicago cop who killed teen returns to court after judge sees video - USA TODAY
  204. BRIEF-Euromedica Provision Of Medical Services Q3 net loss narrows to EUR 8.6 mln
  205. BRIEF-Abivax announces positive results of first clinical evaluation of ABX464
  206. BRIEF-Valneva says primary and secondary endpoints met in phase II clostridium difficile vaccine trial
  207. BRIEF-Valneva reports positive phase II results for its clostridium difficile vaccine candidate
  208. Top U.S. House Republican: Gov't shutdown over Planned Parenthood unlikely
  209. BRIEF-Ab Science announces positive Phase 3 results from Masitinib study
  210. U.S. top court rejects Texas veterinarian's pet-care advice case
  211. Manor's Booth bows out after six hard years
  212. Target's Website Crashes on Cyber Monday, Locking Out Some Users - Bloomberg
  213. Suspected burglar who got stuck in chimney died of thermal burns and smoke ... - Los Angeles Times
  214. Celery-Onion Blend Is Cause of E.Coli Outbrea... - WebMD
  215. Facebook network and stress levels may be tied together - Reuters
  216. Number of AIDS deaths among young Asians doubles over past decade: UN - Reuters
  217. UPDATE 1-British lawmakers call for sugar tax to tackle childhood obesity - Reuters
  218. The myth of sugar-free drinks, candy: Study shows they can wreak havoc on ... - Washington Post
  219. FDA approves new Bristol-Myers treatment for multiple myeloma - Reuters
  220. Hopes that junior doctors' strikes could be off as BMA considers truce - Telegraph.co.uk
  221. BRIEF-Iaso Q3 net result swings to profit of EUR 1.8 million
  222. BRIEF-Axon Holdings Q3 net loss narrows to EUR 11.2 mln
  223. FDA approves new Bristol-Myers treatment for multiple myeloma
  224. RSPH backs Health Committee calls for hard-hitting action by food industry to tackle childhood obesity crisis
  225. COP21 climate change summit: 'Never have the stakes been so high' - CNN
  226. Abortionists and Planned Parenthood Shooter Are Just Two Sides Of The Same Coin - TheBlaze.com
  227. Faces of Baltimore - CNN
  228. BRIEF-Lavipharm Q3 net loss widens to EUR 2.7 million
  229. Number of AIDS deaths among young Asians doubles over past decade - U.N.
  230. Number of AIDS deaths among young Asians doubles over past decade: U.N.
  231. Christian Brothers Executed by ISIS Are 'Our Martyrs; Saved by God in Heaven,' Says Coptic Priest
  232. HIV stigma in Uganda puts mothers and babies at risk
  233. Facebook network and stress levels may be tied together
  234. FDA approves new Bristol-Myers treatment for multiple myeloma
  235. Russian modern pentathlete Kukarin dies of heart attack
  236. IAAF ethics commission suspend Kenyan officials
  237. Chicago cop who killed teen returns to court after judge sees video - USA TODAY
  238. Pope Francis visits mosque in war-torn Bangui, calling for end to conflict - Washington Post
  239. Synthetic drug "Spice" sickens over a dozen in California - CBS News
  240. Facebook network and stress levels may be tied together - Reuters
  241. Celery-Onion Blend Is Cause of E.Coli Outbrea... - WebMD
  242. UPDATE 1-British lawmakers call for sugar tax to tackle childhood obesity - Reuters
  243. FDA approves new Bristol-Myers treatment for multiple myeloma - Reuters
  244. Junior doctors plan picket lines as strike action poised to go-ahead - Leicester Mercury
  245. The myth of sugar-free drinks, candy: Study shows they can wreak havoc on ... - Washington Post
  246. Tech Billionaires Team Up to Take On Climate Change - WIRED
  247. Target's Website Crashes on Cyber Monday, Locking Out Some Users - Bloomberg
  248. UPDATE 1-U.S. top court rejects Covidien bid to restore patent verdict against Ethicon
  249. Post-Authorization Activity for PERJETA
  250. Climate Change Takes Center Stage in Paris - Fox News