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  1. Fast-breaking Celtics surge past slumping Rockets
  2. Nowitzki's late cameo helps Mavs edge winless 76ers
  3. Charlie Sheen Is HIV-Positive - Could His Exes Sue Him? - People Magazine
  4. Steven Spielberg, Barbra Streisand to Receive Presidential Medal of Freedom - Variety
  5. Nate Solder's infant son undergoing chemotherapy for kidney cancer - ESPN
  6. Coffee could literally be a lifesaver - wtvr.com
  7. FDA Rolls Out New Food Safety Regulation - Science Times
  8. Johnson & Johnson Multiple Myeloma Drug Wins Accelerated OK - ABC News
  9. Around the world in 45 toilets - Reuters
  10. UCSF gets $177 million grant to address dementia - SFGate
  11. Burned firefighter receives extensive face transplant - Pittsburgh Post-Gazette
  12. Trump: Give Syrian Refugees 'Swatch of Land' for Safe Zone - NBCNews.com
  13. Transplant gives new face, more to man, 41 - Columbus Dispatch
  14. Obama to present Medal of Freedom to 2 environmental leaders from state - The Seattle Times
  15. New arraignment on weapons charge for real estate heir - seattlepi.com
  16. Charlie Sheen Is HIV-Positive - Could His Exes Sue Him? - People Magazine
  17. Man arrested after 6 found dead at Texas campsite - USA TODAY
  18. Obama unyielding on ISIS as criticism mounts after Paris attacks - CNN
  19. More than half the nation's governors say Syrian refugees not welcome - CNN
  20. BRIEF-Foci Pharmaceutical sold site in Lanzhou city for 771.9 mln yuan
  21. In SF Bay Area, tech companies still lag on gender diversity
  22. UCSF gets $177 million grant to address dementia - SFGate
  23. Around the world in 45 toilets - Reuters
  24. Johnson & Johnson Multiple Myeloma Drug Wins Accelerated OK - ABC News
  25. FDA Rolls Out New Food Safety Regulation - Science Times
  26. Coffee could literally be a lifesaver - wtvr.com
  27. Nate Solder's infant son undergoing chemotherapy for kidney cancer - ESPN
  28. 'France is at war,' President Francois Hollande says after Paris attacks - CNN
  29. Man arrested after 6 found dead at Texas campsite - USA TODAY
  30. Surveillance Images Released in Killing of Indiana Pastor's Wife - NBCNews.com
  31. Trump talks about Syrian refugees after Paris attacks - CBS News
  32. US firefighter gets world's most extensive face transplant - Reuters
  33. More than half the nation's governors say Syrian refugees not welcome - CNN
  34. Natural treatments for the most common medical problems. The lifestyle advice that helps our clients (and can help you, too).
  35. 10 Protein-Rich Slow Cooker Recipes
  36. 5 Strategies To Maximize Your Gym Time
  37. Fine Dining: Mini Burrito Bakes
  38. Jon Jones Calls UFC Champ Holly Holm the G.O.A.T.
  39. Dwayne Johnson Reveals How He Became 'The Rock'
  40. Get Big Like Your Heroes
  41. Willie Mays to receive United States' highest civilian award - AL.com
  42. Crews End Search of Sunken Ship Without Finding Black Box - ABC News
  43. US firefighter gets world's most extensive face transplant - Reuters
  44. Nate Solder's infant son undergoing chemotherapy for kidney cancer - ESPN
  45. Guinea says has no Ebola cases after last patient recovers - Reuters
  46. Coffee could literally be a lifesaver - wtkr.com
  47. FDA Rolls Out New Food Safety Regulation - Science Times
  48. Johnson & Johnson Multiple Myeloma Drug Wins Accelerated OK - ABC News
  49. Around the world in 45 toilets - Reuters
  50. UCSF gets $177 million grant to address dementia - SFGate
  51. US firefighter gets world's most extensive face transplant - Reuters
  52. Crews End Search of Sunken Ship Without Finding Black Box - ABC News
  53. Berra, 16 others to receive Presidential Medal of Freedom - USA TODAY
  54. US firefighter gets world's most extensive face transplant - Reuters
  55. Kris Bryant, Carlos Correa justify hype with Rookie of the Year honors - USA TODAY
  56. Texas Campsite Massacre Kills Six, Including 6-Year-Old Boy - Daily Beast
  57. 'He is a barbaric man' the Belgian who may be behind the Paris attacks - Washington Post
  58. Obama unyielding on ISIS as criticism mounts after Paris attacks - CNN
  59. More than half the nation's governors say Syrian refugees not welcome - CNN
  60. Fitch: China's Public-Hospital Reform Could Dampen Drug Makers' Profitability
  61. PRESS DIGEST - Hong Kong - Nov 17
  62. AAP: Animal Antibiotics Threaten Kids' Health - MedPage Today
  63. UCSF gets $177 million grant to address dementia - SFGate
  64. Around the world in 45 toilets - Reuters
  65. Coffee could literally be a lifesaver - CNN
  66. Johnson & Johnson Multiple Myeloma Drug Wins Accelerated OK - ABC News
  67. FDA overhaul of food safety system largest in more than 100 years - Land Line Magazine
  68. Common questions about HIV answered - USA TODAY
  69. Rita Ora Is Rewriting The Pop-Star Playbook
  70. Obama defends his strategy against the Islamic State, saying it will 'take time' - Washington Post
  71. 'He is a barbaric man' the Belgian who may be behind the Paris attacks - Washington Post
  72. Six killed in Texas campsite incident, suspect in custody - Reuters
  73. Cubs' Kris Bryant unanimous selection as NL Rookie of the Year - Chicago Tribune
  74. US firefighter gets world's most extensive face transplant - Reuters
  75. Syrian refugees not welcome here, governors of 24 states say - CNN
  76. UPDATE 3-U.S. investigative panel to look into drug pricing next year
  77. Bryant, Correa win Rookie of the Year honors
  78. Mays, Berra named Presidential Medal of Freedom recipients
  79. Belgium v Spain match called off for security reasons
  80. Taco Bell to switch to cage-free eggs after 2016, ahead of rivals
  81. U.S. firefighter gets world's most extensive face transplant
  82. US firefighter gets world's most extensive face transplant - Reuters
  83. AAP: Animal Antibiotics Threaten Kids' Health - MedPage Today
  84. Common questions about HIV answered - USA TODAY
  85. FDA Rolls Out New Food Safety Regulation - Science Times
  86. Johnson & Johnson Multiple Myeloma Drug Wins Accelerated OK - ABC News
  87. Coffee could literally be a lifesaver - CNN
  88. UCSF gets $177 million grant to address dementia - SFGate
  89. Around the world in 45 toilets - Reuters
  90. Cubs' Kris Bryant unanimous selection as NL Rookie of the Year - Chicago Tribune
  91. For-profit college with 7 Florida campuses to pay $95 million - Miami Herald
  92. Family Confirms Six Killed At Anderson County Campsite - CBS Local
  93. 'He is a barbaric man' the Belgian who may be behind the Paris attacks - Washington Post
  94. Will Paris attacks prompt US boots on the ground in Syria? - Christian Science Monitor
  95. Syrian refugees not welcome here, governors of 24 states say - CNN
  96. Moderate coffee drinking may be linked to reduced risk of death
  97. Roche breast cancer drug at center of UK pricing row
  98. DraftKings, FanDuel seek orders to stay open in NY
  99. Brief encounters as Murray and Nadal post easy wins
  100. DIARY-Malaysia 2015 corporate earnings
  101. Roche breast cancer drug at centre of UK pricing row
  102. Impact of high-fat diet on red blood cells may cause cardiovascular disease
  103. Crews End Search of Sunken Ship Without Finding Black Box - ABC News
  104. Firefighter Patrick Hardison Adjusts to New Face After Transplant Surgery - NBCNews.com
  105. Firefighter Patrick Hardison Adjusts to New Face After Transplant Surgery - NBCNews.com
  106. Gov. Hogan's cancer is in remission, 30 days after he completed chemo - Washington Post
  107. FDA Rolls Out New Food Safety Regulation - Science Times
  108. Common questions about HIV answered - USA TODAY
  109. FDA approves drug for multiple myeloma patients resistant to other drugs - UPI.com
  110. Coffee could literally be a lifesaver - CNN
  111. Around the world in 45 toilets - Reuters
  112. Could involving patients decrease antibiotic prescriptions? - Reuters
  113. New fat cell metabolism research could lead to new ways to treat diabetes, obesity
  114. Network Pharmacology and Natural Products Webinar
  115. US Republicans seek to shut door on Syrian refugees after Paris - Reuters
  116. Obama rules out US troops on ground to fight Islamic State - Reuters
  117. Who is Abdelhamid Abaaoud, suspected ringleader of the Paris terror attack? - CNN
  118. Family Confirms Six Killed At Anderson County Campsite - CBS Local
  119. Guinea says last known Ebola patient recovers, leaves hospital
  120. UPDATE 1-Guinea says has no Ebola cases after last patient recovers
  121. Prominent funds piled into Valeant ahead of tailspin
  122. Alcoholism drug can "wake up" dormant HIV to be killed, study finds
  123. E-therapy may not help ease depression
  124. Moderate coffee drinking may be tied to lower risk of death
  125. Guinea says has no Ebola cases after last patient recovers
  126. U.S. firefighter gets world's most extensive face transplant
  127. Alcoholism drug can "wake up" dormant HIV to be killed, study finds
  128. For-profit college with 7 Florida campuses to pay $95 million - Miami Herald
  129. Kris Bryant named NL ROY - ESPN
  130. Berra, 16 others to receive Presidential Medal of Freedom - USA TODAY
  131. UPDATE 2-Clovis shares dive as FDA asks for more data on lung cancer drug - Reuters
  132. Meet Gov. Hogan's pen pal. Andrew is 5 years old, and he has cancer too. - Washington Post
  133. Johnson & Johnson Multiple Myeloma Drug Wins Accelerated OK - ABC News
  134. Coffee drinking linked to a longer life - CBS News
  135. Around the world in 45 toilets - Reuters
  136. FDA overhaul of food safety system largest in more than 100 years - Land Line Magazine
  137. Firefighter Patrick Hardison Adjusts to New Face After Transplant Surgery - NBCNews.com
  138. Firefighter Patrick Hardison Adjusts to New Face After Transplant Surgery - NBCNews.com
  139. Could involving patients decrease antibiotic prescriptions? - Reuters
  140. An In-Depth Timeline of Charlie Sheen's Tumultuous Life - E! Online
  141. Free-Market Santa Charging Up to $50 for Lap Sessions - TIME
  142. Who is Abdelhamid Abaaoud, suspected ringleader of the Paris terror attack? - CNN
  143. Obama rules out US troops on ground to fight Islamic State - Reuters
  144. US Republicans seek to shut door on Syrian refugees after Paris - Reuters
  145. Firefighter Patrick Hardison Adjusts to New Face After Transplant Surgery - NBCNews.com
  146. U.S. firefighter gets world's most extensive face transplant
  147. Broncos' injury-hit Manning to sit out Bears game
  148. Galette, linebacker for NFL's Redskins, suspended two games
  149. Nadal makes short work of wayward Wawrinka
  150. ISIS Threatens Washington With Paris-Style Attacks (Video)
  151. Pope Francis Condemns ISIS' 'Blasphemy' in Using God's Name to Justify Killings
  152. Why Minneapolis 'Justice for Jamar' protesters want video released - Christian Science Monitor
  153. Firefighter Patrick Hardison Adjusts to New Face After Transplant Surgery - NBCNews.com
  154. Could involving patients decrease antibiotic prescriptions? - Reuters
  155. This Heartwarming Photo Captures an Older Man Teaching a Younger Man How to ... - TIME
  156. Larry Hogan, Maryland governor, says he's 'cancer free' after treatment - Washington Times
  157. Gene therapy for cystic fibrosis effective in mice - UPI.com
  158. FDA Finalizes FSMA Rule for Food Importers - Food Poisoning Bulletin
  159. Around the world in 45 toilets - Reuters
  160. Coffee could literally be a lifesaver - CNN
  161. Charlie Sheen Is HIV-Positive: Sources - E! Online
  162. Harvard evacuates four buildings after bomb threat - Washington Post
  163. Volunteer Firefight Gets 'Most Extensive Face Transplant Ever,' Doctors Say - People Magazine
  164. Kerry Arrives In Paris to Show 'Shared Resolve' - Voice of America
  165. For-profit college will pay $95.5 million to settle 'boiler room' recruiting case - Los Angeles Times
  166. Governors rush to slam door on Syrian refugees - Washington Post
  167. Anti-Terror Manhunt Grips France as Dozens Arrested, Weapons Seized
  168. Raids spread across France and Belgium amid manhunt for suspects - Washington Post
  169. How depleting the gut microbiota protects from obesity
  170. LPC-Rising dollar cost hitting banks' returns on EMEA lending
  171. Giants' Cruz out for season due to calf surgery
  172. Could involving patients decrease antibiotic prescriptions?
  173. Volunteer Firefight Gets 'Most Extensive Face Transplant Ever,' Doctors Say - People Magazine
  174. Could involving patients decrease antibiotic prescriptions? - Reuters
  175. Clovis' Perfect Story Gets Shredded - Bloomberg
  176. Study Finds More Evidence Coffee Can Be a Life-Saver - NBCNews.com
  177. Tests show Gov. Larry Hogan is now cancer-free - Washington Post
  178. Around the world in 45 toilets - Reuters
  179. Gene therapy for cystic fibrosis effective in mice - UPI.com
  180. FDA Finalizes FSMA Rule for Food Importers - Food Poisoning Bulletin
  181. UPDATE 1-Carnage in Paris sends shudders through tourist sector - Reuters
  182. Most extensive face transplant ever performed is a success in New York - Los Angeles Times
  183. Harvard evacuates four buildings after bomb threat - Washington Post
  184. Urban Outfitters Drops After Announcing Plan to Buy Pizza Chain - Bloomberg
  185. For-profit college will pay $95.5 million to settle 'boiler room' recruiting case - Los Angeles Times
  186. Governors rush to slam door on Syrian refugees - Washington Post
  187. Paris Attacks 9: Portrait of a terrorist ring emerges - CBS News
  188. Effects of powdered Montmorency tart cherry supplementation on an acute bout of intense lower body strength exercise in resistance trained males
  189. DraftKings, FanDuel seek restraining orders to keep operating in New York
  190. Murray plays down security fears for Davis Cup final
  191. Anti-doping crusaders to consider new battle plan
  192. FDA approves J&J drug for advanced multiple myeloma
  193. Most extensive face transplant ever performed is a success in New York - Los Angeles Times
  194. Antibiotics in animal feed may endanger kids, doctors warn - Reuters
  195. Transgender man's belly bulge turns out to be surprise pregnancy - Fox News
  196. Clovis' Perfect Story Gets Shredded - Bloomberg
  197. Genmab Announces U.S. FDA Approval of DARZALEX(TM) (daratumumab) for Multiple ... - CNNMoney
  198. Around the world in 45 toilets - Reuters
  199. Gene therapy for cystic fibrosis effective in mice - UPI.com
  200. FDA Establishes New Rules to Prevent Foodborne Illness Outbreaks - The Daily Meal
  201. 'Anonymous' Hackers Declare War on IS - Voice of America
  202. Washington College shut down over warning about student armed with gun - Washington Post
  203. Obama: Religious test like the one Ted Cruz wants for refugees is 'shameful' - Los Angeles Times
  204. Harvard evacuates four buildings after bomb threat - Washington Post
  205. For-profit college will pay $95.5 million to settle 'boiler room' recruiting case - Los Angeles Times
  206. Governors of Michigan, Alabama reject resettlement of Syrian refugees in their ... - Washington Post
  207. Notice - Antimicrobial product labelling
  208. Impact of diet on cardiometabolic health in children and adolescents
  209. Safety and efficacy of an olive oil-based triple-chamber bag for parenteral nutrition: a prospective, randomized, multi-center clinical trial in China
  210. UPDATE 1-Nexvet canine osteoarthritis drug meets main goal in study
  211. FDA approves J&J drug for advanced multiple myeloma
  212. Transplant Gives New Face, Scalp to Burned Firefighter - ABC News
  213. Antibiotics in animal feed may endanger kids, doctors warn - Reuters
  214. Local crops on top of food safety - The Salinas Californian
  215. Pill protects against HIV in real-world settings - Reuters
  216. Transgender man's belly bulge turns out to be surprise pregnancy - Fox News
  217. Clovis Oncology Falls 73 Percent After FDA Asks for More Data on Cancer Drug - Bloomberg
  218. FDA approves J&J drug for advanced multiple myeloma - Reuters
  219. On World Toilet Day, one billion people have nowhere to go - Reuters
  220. UPDATE 1-U.S. congressman seeks interviews with Valeant employees tied to Philidor
  221. BRIEF-Olainfarm October sales 8.38 million euros, up 1 pct YR/YR
  222. BRIEF-Mabion 9-month net loss widens to 4.3 million zlotys
  223. Nexvet canine osteoarthritis drug meets main goal in study
  224. Mylan to buy back $1 bln in stock
  225. Gilead leukemia drug trial unblinded early due to success
  226. INSIGHT-How Pfizer has shifted U.S. profits overseas for years
  227. BRIEF-Centrum Medyczne Enel-Med Q3 net profit down to 1.0 million zlotys
  228. Murray subdues Ferrer to make winning start in London
  229. 2016 European Championship to go ahead in France: UEFA
  230. France keen to show pride against England at Wembley
  231. Nexvet canine osteoarthritis drug meets main goal in study
  232. Pill protects against HIV in real-world settings
  233. Antibiotics in animal feed may endanger kids, doctors warn
  234. Lebanon Arrests 11 Suspects After ISIS Suicide Bombings Kill 43 in Beirut
  235. Gilead leukemia drug trial unblinded early due to success
  236. McDowell wins OHL Classic in playoff
  237. Russia will not boycott Rio Olympics over doping ban: RIA cites Olympic chief
  238. Post-Authorization Activity GARDASIL 9
  239. Governors of Michigan, Alabama reject resettlement of Syrian refugees in their ... - Washington Post
  240. For-profit educator to pay $95.5M over recruitment tactics - CBS News
  241. Even if you're thin, excess belly fat can raise your death risk - Washington Post
  242. There's a Drug That Prevents HIV. Let's Use It - TIME
  243. Clovis Oncology Falls 73 Percent After FDA Asks for More Data on Cancer Drug - Bloomberg
  244. RI's Care New England pursuing affiliation with Mass. hospital chain - The Providence Journal
  245. Around the world in 45 toilets - Reuters
  246. Local crops on top of food safety - The Salinas Californian
  247. Antibiotics in animal feed may endanger kids, doctors warn - Reuters
  248. Transplant gives new face, scalp to burned firefighter - Miami Herald
  249. 'Anonymous' Hackers Declare War on IS - Voice of America
  250. Washington College shut down over warning about student armed with gun - Washington Post