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  1. After Sochi build, anti-doping fix is child's play: Pound
  2. Maddon, Banister win Manager of the Year honors
  3. DIARY-Malaysia 2015 corporate earnings
  4. Obama Vs Trump would have been fun: Obama - Sky News Australia
  5. Charlie Sheen doesn't want to become the public face of HIV. - Los Angeles Times
  6. Drinking Coffee Can Literally Save Your Life - 5newsonline.com
  7. For The Most Accurate Read, Where Should You Put That Thermometer? - NPR
  8. Low-Dose Atropine May Slow Progress of Pediatric Myopia - MedPage Today
  9. ABC News Employee Stays Awake for 40 Straight Hours - ABC News
  10. US files criminal charges, lawsuits against sellers of Jack3d, other supplements - Reuters
  11. Charlie Sheen's Manager Explains Why Actor Never Told Ex-Girlfriend Bree Olson ... - E! Online
  12. Ben Carson's Campaign Distances Itself From Ex-CIA Foreign Policy Adviser - Huffington Post
  13. Joe Maddon named NL's top manager after guiding young Cubs to NLCS - ESPN
  14. Police say no 'connection to terrorism' in Boston-bound flight incident - Reuters
  15. Jindal suspends presidential campaign: 'This is not my time' - Washington Post
  16. Senior Obama officials have warned of challenges in screening refugees from Syria - Chicago Tribune
  17. Paris attacks investigation: Latest developments - CNN
  18. Germany cancel Netherlands match after 'serious bomb threat' - Washington Post
  19. U.S. doctor group calls for ban on drug advertising to consumers
  20. Sheen expects lawsuits over HIV status, but crime hard to prove
  21. U.S. doctor group calls for ban on drug advertising to consumers
  22. Fewer Men Are Getting Prostate Cancer Blood Tests, And That May Not Be a Good ... - TIME
  23. US files criminal charges, lawsuits against sellers of Jack3d, other supplements - Reuters
  24. GMA 40: Watch the 40-Hour Sleepless Saga of ABC News' Dan Childs - ABC News
  25. For The Most Accurate Read, Where Should You Put That Thermometer? - NPR
  26. Researchers link brain fold with schizophrenic hallucinations - UPI.com
  27. Low-Dose Atropine May Slow Progress of Pediatric Myopia - MedPage Today
  28. Germany cancels soccer match, citing bomb threat - Washington Post
  29. Senior Obama officials have warned of challenges in screening refugees from Syria - Chicago Tribune
  30. Paris attacks investigation: Latest developments - CNN
  31. Louisiana Gov. Bobby Jindal says he's ending his run for president - Los Angeles Times
  32. UPDATE 1-Syngenta among options for Monsanto takeover bids -executives
  33. UPDATE 1-Obama nominee to lead FDA defends drug industry ties
  34. IAAF has studied alleged Kenyan cover-up since March
  35. Federer snaps Djokovic's long unbeaten run
  36. England beat France on night of solidarity at Wembley
  37. Cotto stripped of WBC title before Alvarez pay-per-view
  38. Heart failure patients exercise more with help from friends
  39. Charlie Sheen says he's HIV-positive, has been extorted for $10 million over ... - Washington Post
  40. Police say no 'connection to terrorism' in Boston-bound flight incident - Reuters
  41. More men skip PSA screening for prostate cancer - CBS News
  42. Rita Ora Takes The Hardest Quiz Of Her Life
  43. Charlie Sheen says he's HIV-positive, has been extorted for $10 million over ... - Washington Post
  44. Low-Dose Atropine May Slow Progress of Pediatric Myopia - MedPage Today
  45. Drinking Coffee Can Literally Save Your Life - 5newsonline.com
  46. For The Most Accurate Read, Where Should You Put That Thermometer? - NPR
  47. Paris attacks investigation: Latest developments - CNN
  48. Senior Obama officials have warned of challenges in screening refugees from Syria - Washington Post
  49. Germany game against Netherlands called off over bomb fears - Reuters
  50. Top healthcare stock fund focuses on costs, orphan drugs in 2016
  51. Obama nominee to lead FDA defends drug industry ties
  52. Warburg Pincus to invest up to $300 mln in Vertice Pharma
  53. Turkey fans boo minute's silence for Paris victims
  54. After Paris attacks, English soccer fans salute France by roaring out the 'Marseillaise'
  55. Mindfulness meditation may improve memory for teens
  56. U.S. announces lawsuits against makers of Jack3d, other nutritional supplements
  57. Obama nominee to lead FDA defends drug industry ties
  58. Police: Drunk passenger restrained after trying to open door on flight - USA TODAY
  59. Charlie Sheen says he's HIV-positive, has been extorted for $10 million over ... - Washington Post
  60. Charlie Sheen says he's HIV-positive, has been extorted for $10 million over ... - Washington Post
  61. For The Most Accurate Read, Where Should You Put That Thermometer? - NPR
  62. How Coffee Can Help You Live Longer - TIME
  63. Patrick Hardison's face was not always his own. Three months ago, it belonged ... - New York Recorder
  64. After Paris attacks, English football fans salute France by roaring out the ... - Reuters
  65. Charlie Sheen says he's HIV-positive, has been extorted for $10 million over ... - Washington Post
  66. Intoxicated Passenger Tries to Open Exit Door Mid-Flight, Airline Says - ABC News
  67. Germany, Belgium cancel soccer matches; bomb threats cited - Washington Post
  68. 'Serious plans for explosions' cancel Netherlands-Germany soccer match - CNN
  69. Senior Obama officials have warned of challenges in screening refugees from Syria - Washington Post
  70. Coming Soon: The PN Level 2 Master Class for Equinox Tier 4 Coaches
  71. Eating to impress: Men eat more food when dining with women
  72. Obesity and type 2 diabetes harm bone health
  73. Texas law leads to more attempts at self-induced abortions -study
  74. What to Watch in the Day Ahead - Wednesday, Nov 18
  75. FanDuel stops letting New Yorkers play paid games
  76. Obama compares himself to Aaron Rodgers, shocked by Goodell's salary - CBSSports.com
  77. About 47 million Americans plan Thanksgiving travel - Washington Post
  78. Failing Sense of Smell Might Be Alzheimer's Warning - Philly.com
  79. FDA nominee faces questions about drug industry ties - Washington Post
  80. How Coffee Can Help You Live Longer - TIME
  81. Patrick Hardison's face was not always his own. Three months ago, it belonged ... - New York Recorder
  82. Charlie Sheen says he's HIV-positive, has been extorted for $10 million over ... - Washington Post
  83. Charlie Sheen says he's HIV-positive, has been extorted for $10 million over ... - Washington Post
  84. Woman Tries to Open British Airways Plane's Exit Door Mid-Flight, Officials Say - NBCNews.com
  85. The Case for Accepting More Syrian Refugees - Washington Post
  86. France calls for European partners to join expanding 'war' on Islamic State - Washington Post
  87. RPT-In SF Bay Area, tech companies still lag on gender diversity
  88. Putin: 40 Countries Are Financing Islamic State Terrorists
  89. Texas law leads to more attempts at self-induced abortions: study
  90. Germany vs. Netherlands friendly called off: police
  91. UPDATE 2-U.S. to announce actions against dietary supplement makers
  92. UPDATE 1-In SF Bay Area, tech companies still lag on gender diversity
  93. Syngenta among possible targets as Monsanto mulls takeover push
  94. Germany-Netherlands game canceled, stadium evacuated over security concerns - FOXSports.com
  95. President Obama: I would've loved to run against Trump 'that would've been fun' - Washington Post
  96. The Latest: Parts of Arkansas seeing wind damage - Chron.com
  97. Charlie Sheen says he's HIV-positive, has been extorted for $10 million over ... - Washington Post
  98. Injured firefighter gets most extensive face transplant ever - CBS News
  99. How Coffee Can Help You Live Longer - TIME
  100. Failing Sense of Smell Might Be Alzheimer's Warning - Philly.com
  101. Misunderstanding of Antibiotics Fuels Superbug Threat, WHO Says - Scientific American
  102. Paris Attacks: Probe Centers on Brussels Suburb of Molenbeek - NBCNews.com
  103. Charlie Sheen luckier than most with HIV because his virus is 'undetectable' - USA TODAY
  104. President Obama, Bill Simmons talk Jordan, Rodgers and Goodell - Sports Illustrated
  105. US, Turkey working to finish shutting northern Syria border: Kerry - Reuters
  106. Police: 'Suspicious activity' on Chicago-bound plane was just someone watching ... - Chicago Tribune
  107. Where 2016 candidates stand on Syrian refugees after Paris attacks - CBS News
  108. BRIEF-Mithra Pharmaceuticals invests 75.2 mln euros in Flemalle
  109. U.S. DOJ to announce actions against dietary supplements makers
  110. Nishikori stays in hunt after beating Berdych
  111. NY attorney general seeks halt to daily fantasy sports in state
  112. Crucial WADA meetings begin under veil of secrecy
  113. Medicaid linked with better blood pressure control
  114. DoJ to announce actions against dietary supplement makers
  115. Indianapolis Pastor Davey Blackburn: Slain Wife 'Didn't Have an Enemy in the ... - NBCNews.com
  116. Charlie Sheen says he is HIV-positive - CNN
  117. Injured firefighter gets most extensive face transplant ever - CBS News
  118. How Coffee Can Help You Live Longer - TIME
  119. Mixed message on weed-killer reflects reality of scientific uncertainty - Reuters
  120. Failing Sense of Smell Might Be Alzheimer's Warning - Philly.com
  121. REFILE-U.S. DOJ to announce actions against dietary supplements makers
  122. Obama Designates Yazidis in Iraq as Victims of Genocide, but Not Christians?
  123. Indiana Pastor Speaks of His Heartbreak Over Pregnant Wife's Murder - ABC News
  124. US, Turkey working to finish shutting northern Syria border: Kerry - Reuters
  125. Last known Ebola patient in West Africa recovers - USA TODAY
  126. Raped 13-Y-O Christian Girl Kidnapped, Forced Into Islamic Marriage
  127. Prostate cancer screening, early cases, in decline
  128. BRIEF-Glycorex Transplantation adds new customer in Spain
  129. Bree Olson Says Ex-Boyfriend Charlie Sheen Never Told Her He Is HIV-Positive - People Magazine
  130. The effect of 6 days of alpha glycerylphosphorylcholine on isometric strength
  131. Cancer cells poised for growth when opportunity knocks
  132. Where 2016 candidates stand on Syrian refugees after Paris attacks - CBS News
  133. Putin vows payback after confirmation of Egypt plane bomb - Reuters
  134. Confusion about antibiotic resistance WHO survey - Ghana Business News
  135. Mixed message on weed-killer reflects reality of scientific uncertainty - Reuters
  136. Volunteer firefighter receives 'extensive' face transplant - USA TODAY
  137. Charlie Hebdo responds to Paris attacks: 'Screw them, we have champagne' - Washington Times
  138. How Coffee Can Help You Live Longer - TIME
  139. Prosecutor: 3 Paris attack suspects already known to Belgians - CNN
  140. Man Charged with Murder After 6 Found Dead at Texas Campsite - People Magazine
  141. Face Transplant Surgery Gives 41-Year-Old Former Firefighter a New 26-Year-Old ... - ABC News
  142. Denver area blizzard brings school closures, canceled flights, wet commute - The Denver Post
  143. Face Transplant Surgery Gives 41-Year-Old Former Firefighter a New 26-Year-Old ... - ABC News
  144. Ireland Celebrates 1st Gay Marriages After May Referendum - ABC News
  145. Last known Ebola patient, a baby girl, recovers - USA TODAY
  146. Patriots' Nate Solder reveals his infant son has kidney cancer - SportingNews.com
  147. BRIEF-Cantargia Q3 pre-tax loss widening to DKK 3.1 million
  148. McIlroy happy to be frontrunner ahead of season finale
  149. Paralympics to get tough on scrotum-squeezing 'boosters'
  150. European biotech gets boost as Genmab market value hits $7 billion
  151. Paralympics to get tough on scrotum-squeezing 'boosters'
  152. REFILE-BRIEF-Enzo Biochem announces New York state approval of diagnostics test
  153. Endurance athletes who 'go against the grain' become incredible fat-burners
  154. Why Clovis Oncology, Dillard's, and Urban Outfitters Slumped Today - Motley Fool
  155. Prosecutor: 3 Paris attack suspects already known to Belgians - CNN
  156. Multiple cups of coffee a day linked to lower risk of death - UPI.com
  157. Could involving patients decrease antibiotic prescriptions? - Fox News
  158. You might not like Republicans calling for a ban on refugees. But it's smart ... - Washington Post
  159. Charlie Sheen's Ex-Wife Brooke Mueller and Twin Sons Bob Sheen and Max Sheen ... - E! Online
  160. Could involving patients decrease antibiotic prescriptions? - Fox News
  161. Face Transplant Surgery Gives 41-Year-Old Former Firefighter a New 26-Year-Old ... - ABC News
  162. 6 people killed in Texas campsite attack, neighbor charged with murder ... - Fox News
  163. Face Transplant Surgery Gives 41-Year-Old Former Firefighter a New 26-Year-Old ... - ABC News
  164. Charlie Sheen on Today: 'I am HIV positive' - Entertainment Weekly
  165. Study provides strongest evidence yet of a link between breakfast quality and educational outcomes
  166. UPDATE 1-AstraZeneca's Tagrisso to cost $12,750 for a month's supply
  167. BRIEF-Immunicum: continued improvement in phase I/II survival data for INTUVAX-treated renal cancer patients
  168. Mixed message on weed-killer reflects reality of scientific uncertainty
  169. Lebanon Arrests 11 After ISIS Suicide Bombings Kill 43 in Beirut
  170. FDA approves J&J drug for advanced multiple myeloma - Fox News
  171. Moderate coffee drinking may be tied to lower risk of death - Fox News
  172. Pregnant woman who dangled from Paris balcony reunites with her rescuer - Today.com
  173. This Is the Latest on the Manhunt for the Paris Attackers - TIME
  174. Why Republicans Are Pushing Back on Refugees - TIME
  175. AstraZeneca's Tagrisso to cost $12750 for a month's supply - Reuters
  176. ISIS News: New Video Explains Why Paris Received Attacks
  177. Face Transplant Surgery Gives 41-Year-Old Former Firefighter a New 26-Year-Old ... - ABC News
  178. Wal-Mart earnings beat expectations; shares up - Reuters
  179. Charlie Sheen Breaks Silence on HIV-Positive Diagnosis, Says "I Have to Put a ... - E! Online
  180. Russia confirms Sinai plane crash was the work of terrorists - Washington Post
  181. More Governors Seek to Ban Syrian Refugees After Paris Massacre - NBCNews.com
  182. France launches new airstrikes on Syria and anti-terrorism raids at home - Washington Post
  183. UPDATE 2-Guinea says has no Ebola cases after last patient recovers
  184. BRIEF-Allergy Therapeutics says raises about 11.5 mln stg via placing
  185. IAAF names Russia inspection team
  186. AstraZeneca's Tagrisso to cost $12,750 for a month's supply
  187. Charlie Hebdo Cartoonist Tells ISIS: 'If God Exists, He Hates You'
  188. Branch of Islamic Movement in Israel Outlawed Amid Tensions - NBCNews.com
  189. Texas campsite massacre claims 6, including child - Washington Post
  190. Face Transplant Surgery Gives 41-Year-Old Former Firefighter a New 26-Year-Old ... - ABC News
  191. Moderate coffee drinking may be tied to lower risk of death - Fox News
  192. AstraZeneca's Tagrisso to cost $12750 for a month's supply - Reuters
  193. Guinea says has no Ebola cases after last patient recovers - Reuters
  194. FDA approves J&J drug for advanced multiple myeloma - Fox News
  195. Could involving patients decrease antibiotic prescriptions? - Fox News
  196. UCSF gets $177 million grant to address dementia - SFGate
  197. Strong quake hits Greek island of Lefkada, 2 dead - seattlepi.com
  198. Texas campsite massacre claims 6, including child - Washington Post
  199. Israel bans Islamist party, claiming it is inciting violence - Fox News
  200. Injured firefighter gets most extensive face transplant ever - Times Gazette
  201. More Governors Seek to Ban Syrian Refugees After Paris Massacre - NBCNews.com
  202. Russia confirms Sinai plane crash was the work of terrorists - Washington Post
  203. Guinea says has no Ebola cases after last patient recovers
  204. Russian athletes must be banned from Rio Olympics: INADO
  205. OFFICIAL CORRECTION-UPDATE 1-Guinea says has no Ebola cases after last patient recovers
  206. BRIEF-Sygnis plans to issue new shares
  207. OFFICIAL CORRECTION-Guinea says last known Ebola patient cured, remains under surveillance
  208. France carries out fresh raids as key figures tied to attacks remain at large - CNN
  209. Four euro zone countries risk breaking EU rules with 2016 budgets - Reuters
  210. Injured firefighter gets most extensive face transplant ever - Times Gazette
  211. Tyson Recalls 52500 Pounds Of Chicken Wings Over Adulteration, 'Off Odor' - CBS Local
  212. On World Toilet Day, one billion people have nowhere to go - Reuters
  213. Guinea says has no Ebola cases after last patient recovers - Reuters
  214. EXECUTIVE VIEW-FDA approval is single biggest Genmab moment -CEO - Reuters
  215. Seven Hard Facts About Antibiotics - Huffington Post
  216. UCSF gets $177 million grant to address dementia - SFGate
  217. Heather Locklear Sends Supportive Message to Charlie Sheen Following HIV News ... - People Magazine
  218. Utah Judge Who Ordered That Foster Child be Taken from Lesbian Couple Removes ... - People Magazine
  219. Injured firefighter undergoes the world's most extensive face transplant - Valley News
  220. Putin vows payback after Kremlin confirms bomb downed Russian plane over Egypt - Reuters
  221. More Governors Seek to Ban Syrian Refugees After Paris Massacre - NBCNews.com
  222. Paris attacks investigation: The latest developments for Tuesday - CNN
  223. Moderate coffee drinking may prevent premature death
  224. BRIEF-Indexmedica resolves to change its name to Metropolis
  225. AstraZeneca's Tagrisso to cost $12,750 for a month's supply
  226. Russia needs to rid sport of state interference: Pound
  227. Rock Bands U2, Coldplay, and Foo Fighters Cancel Concerts Following Paris Attacks
  228. Sheriff says 6 people killed in Texas campsite attack, neighbor charged with ... - Fox News
  229. Fireman face transplant revealed! See the photos here - Latinos Health
  230. More than 50 arrested in Minnesota during 2nd day of protests over shooting of ... - New York Daily News
  231. Maryland Governor's Cancer in Remission; Treatment Continues - ABC News
  232. UN Launches World Toilet Day: 2.4 Billion People Worldwide Lack Access To ... - Tech Times
  233. Failing Sense of Smell Might Be Alzheimer's W... - WebMD
  234. Coffee could literally be a lifesaver - WJXT Jacksonville
  235. FDA approves Darzalex for patients with previously treated multiple myeloma - FDA.gov
  236. Seven Hard Facts About Antibiotics - Huffington Post
  237. Burned firefighter receives extensive face transplant - Pittsburgh Post-Gazette
  238. Pregnant Woman Who Clung to Paris Theater Ledge Survives - ABC News
  239. Obama puts South China Sea dispute on agenda as summitry begins - Reuters
  240. Yemen's exiled president returns to rally forces, over 50 killed - Reuters
  241. Utah judge removes himself from lesbian foster parent case - CBS News
  242. ISIS vs Kurds in Sinjar News: Kurdish Fighters Unearth Mass Graves
  243. EXECUTIVE VIEW-FDA approval is single biggest Genmab moment -CEO
  244. BRIEF-Gustave Roussy and Integragen announce completion of over 1000 tests in less than 18 months
  245. Burned firefighter receives extensive face transplant - Pittsburgh Post-Gazette
  246. France launches new airstrikes on Syria and more anti-terrorism raids in France - Washington Post
  247. More Governors Seek to Ban Syrian Refugees After Paris Massacre - NBCNews.com
  248. UCSF gets $177 million grant to address dementia - SFGate
  249. Seven Hard Facts About Antibiotics - Huffington Post
  250. FDA grants accelerated approval for J&J's cancer drug Darzalex - Ledger Gazette