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  1. Paris terror attack: Names of victims start to emerge - CNN
  2. Panic in Paris: Variety Journalists, Nearly Trampled, Describe Their Ordeal - Variety
  3. Belgium makes three arrests linked to Paris attacks - Fox News
  4. French officials: Manhunt in Europe for at least 1 suspect 'directly involved ... - Washington Post
  5. Paris Attacks Cloud Conversation At Summit Of World Powers - NPR
  6. Clinton's debate performance leaves trail of fodder for political adversaries - Washington Post
  7. France launches fierce assault on ISIS targets in Syria in coordination with ... - Washington Post
  8. Maradona undergoes gastric bypass, recovering well: doctors
  9. Djokovic and Federer stroll to easy wins
  10. Who should you have on your diabetes team? - MyTechBits
  11. CDC says Number of Children with Autism Spectrum Disorder higher than - Rapid News Network
  12. Exclusive: US drug benefit managers clamp down on specialty pharmacies - Reuters
  13. Having a fat belly is worse than being overweight - Times Gazette
  14. Don't give up your steak just yet: How to have red meat and prevent cancer, too - The Seattle Times
  15. Researchers have found out the reason behind malaria growth - Daily Star Gazette
  16. Flu Shots Still Widely Available - DoorCountyDailyNews.com
  17. France Launches Massive Airstrike on ISIS in Syria - NBCNews.com
  18. How Peyton Manning toppled Brett Favre's yardage record - ESPN
  19. Paris on edge as stampede at Republique spreads unfounded panic - OCRegister
  20. Eagles lose Sam Bradford, game to Dolphins - NFL.com
  21. Names, Details of More Victims Emerge From Paris Attacks - ABC News
  22. France launches strikes in Syria after Obama vows to help hunt down ... - Washington Post
  23. Clinton's debate performance leaves trail of fodder for political adversaries - Washington Post
  24. France launches massive strike against ISIL in Syria as manhunt intensifies - USA TODAY
  25. Holly Holm KOs Ronda Rousey to Become UFC Bantamweight Champion
  26. GE's $5 bln Japanese commercial lending unit has 2 bidders -WSJ
  27. Federer outclasses Berdych in London opener
  28. Broncos' Manning breaks NFL's all-time passing yards record
  29. Exclusive: US drug benefit managers clamp down on specialty pharmacies - Reuters
  30. CDC: Uninsured, Medicaid recipients more likely to smoke - CT Post
  31. Autism rate among children shoots up in US - Nature World Report
  32. The Debate Is On: To Deworm Or Not To Deworm? - NPR
  33. Flu Shots Still Widely Available - DoorCountyDailyNews.com
  34. Researchers have found out the reason behind malaria growth - Daily Star Gazette
  35. Having a fat belly is worse than being overweight - Times Gazette
  36. Don't give up your steak just yet: How to have red meat and prevent cancer, too - The Seattle Times
  37. Exclusive: US drug benefit managers clamp down on specialty pharmacies - Reuters
  38. Sam Bradford injures shoulder, ruled out vs. Dolphins; X-rays negative - ESPN
  39. CDC: Uninsured, Medicaid recipients more likely to smoke - CT Post
  40. Pliskova is Czech hero in Fed Cup triumph over Russia
  41. French officials: Manhunt in Europe for at least 1 suspect 'directly involved ... - Washington Post
  42. Here are the Democratic senators backing Hillary Clinton for president - CNN
  43. Obama urges Russia to join renewed effort to eliminate Islamic State - Reuters
  44. Panic in Paris: Screaming Crowds Run Away From Memorial - ABC News
  45. The Latest: Greeks detail Syrian passport owner's movements - Washington Post
  46. Researchers have found out the reason behind malaria growth - Daily Star Gazette
  47. Flu Shots Still Widely Available - DoorCountyDailyNews.com
  48. Don't give up your steak just yet: How to have red meat and prevent cancer, too - The Seattle Times
  49. Having a fat belly is worse than being overweight - Times Gazette
  50. Autism rate among children shoots up in US - Nature World Report
  51. The Debate Is On: To Deworm Or Not To Deworm? - NPR
  52. Lack of sleep could give you diabetes - Times of India
  53. CDC: Uninsured, Medicaid recipients more likely to smoke - CT Post
  54. Exclusive: US drug benefit managers clamp down on specialty pharmacies - Reuters
  55. Panic in Paris: Screaming Crowds Run Away From Memorial - ABC News
  56. Molenbeek: The Brussels suburb at the heart of Belgium's jihadist threat - CNN
  57. Marco Rubio 'Doesn't Understand' Why Hillary Clinton Won't Use the Term ... - ABC News
  58. Obama urges Russia to join renewed effort to eliminate Islamic State - Reuters
  59. French officials: Manhunt in Europe for at least 1 suspect 'directly involved ... - Washington Post
  60. Rosberg on a roll with Brazilian GP win
  61. Screening begins for first uterus transplants in the United States - NewsQuench
  62. Friday Feedback: How Will the SPRINT Trial Impact Practice? - MedPage Today
  63. Weight Loss: Belly Fat is Worst Than Overall Obesity - Tampa Bay Review
  64. Don't give up your steak just yet: How to have red meat and prevent cancer, too - The Seattle Times
  65. The cause of Malaria is no longer a secret: Scientist report - Tampa Bay Review
  66. F1 engine plan is about control of the sport, says Horner
  67. Healthy diet may reduce risk of ovarian cancer in African-American women
  68. Paris attack suspects may still be at large, source says - CNN
  69. Poll: Who won the second Democratic debate? - CBS News
  70. Holder of Syrian passport found in Paris traveled through Balkans - Reuters
  71. Belgium arrests seven as French attacks rekindle refugee row - Reuters
  72. Russia's athletics ban stirs fears in doping-hit Kenya
  73. F1 drivers to wear black armbands for Paris victims
  74. Exclusive: U.S. drug benefit managers clamp down on specialty pharmacies
  75. Paris Attacks: One of 7 Terrorists Identified as Omar Ismaïl Mostefai
  76. ISIS Claims Paris Was Targeted for Carrying 'the Banner of the Cross in Europe'
  77. Doping threatens Kenya's credibility at Rio Olympics: Rudisha's coach
  78. NFL fans face tight security after Paris attacks
  79. Merkel to attend as shaken Germany play Netherlands
  80. Obama urges Russia to join renewed effort to eliminate Islamic State - Reuters
  81. Panic at Paris attack sites after police storm one - CBS News
  82. LIVE: Donald Trump making campaign stop in Beaumont - KTRK-TV
  83. Daily Checkup: Pancreatic cancer's especially deadly; most often diagnosed in ... - New York Daily News
  84. Autism rate among children shoots up in US - Nature World Report
  85. Don't give up your steak just yet: How to have red meat and prevent cancer, too - The Seattle Times
  86. Scientists identify protein that could hold the secret to rapid proliferation ... - Times Gazette
  87. Having a fat belly is worse than being overweight (+Video) - Nature World Report
  88. Friday Feedback: How Will the SPRINT Trial Impact Practice? - MedPage Today
  89. Frustrated about quitting smoking? Try these bizarre tricks instead - Morning Ticker
  90. American Student Nohemi Gonzalez, 23, Dead In Paris Attacks - Huffington Post
  91. Who should you have on your diabetes team? - MyTechBits
  92. CDC has some good news: More smokers in the U.S. quit - Nature World Report
  93. Seven dead after high speed train catches fire and derails in France - Irish Independent
  94. US airstrike in Libya kills ISIS leader - CNN
  95. World Leaders Pledge Strong Response to Paris Attacks - Wall Street Journal
  96. Nick Alexander's American girlfriend grieves for him in New York - Fox News
  97. Holder of Syrian passport found in Paris attack was asylum seeker - Reuters
  98. UFC 193 shocker: Holm knocks out Rousey - ESPN
  99. Hillary Clinton invoked 9/11 to defend her ties to Wall Street. What? - Washington Post
  100. Cleveland Surgeons to Perform Uterus Transplant for First Time in US - NYC Today
  101. Belly fat in normal weight people more deadly than obesity - Rapid News Network
  102. Autism rate among children shoots up in the Unites States, here's why - Nature World Report
  103. Daily Checkup: Pancreatic cancer's especially deadly; most often diagnosed in ... - New York Daily News
  104. AstraZeneca's lung cancer drug, Tagrisso, gets FDA approval - Nature World Report
  105. Stronger Flu Vaccines In Australia Come 2016 - Immortal News
  106. WHO warns against diabetes epidemic - The Hindu
  107. CDC 2014 Report Shows Smoking Rate at Lowest Level among US Adults - NYC Today
  108. NFL plans to increase stadium security after Paris attacks - ESPN
  109. Seven dead after high speed train catches fire and derails in France - Irish Independent
  110. Paris attacks: One suicide bomber identified as investigations ramp up - CNN
  111. Holly Holm's coaches on plan vs. Ronda Rousey: 'Just a math problem to us' - ESPN
  112. Second Democratic Debate: The Best Lines - ABC News
  113. Reports: One of terrorists identified in coordinated Paris attacks - USA TODAY
  114. Paris terror attack: Names of victims start to emerge - CNN
  115. US officials: Chief of Islamic State in Libya thought to be killed in airstrike - Washington Post
  116. Cleveland Surgeons to Perform Uterus Transplant for First Time in US - NYC Today
  117. (+Video) Autism rate shoots up in the Unites States, here's why - Nature World Report
  118. Maternal deaths fell 44% since 1990 – UN - World Health Organization
  119. AstraZeneca's lung cancer drug, Tagrisso, gets FDA approval - Nature World Report
  120. Daily Checkup: Pancreatic cancer's especially deadly; most often diagnosed in ... - New York Daily News
  121. Stronger Flu Vaccines In Australia Come 2016 - Immortal News
  122. Paris terror attack: Names of victims start to emerge - CNN
  123. NFL plans to increase stadium security after Paris attacks - ESPN
  124. Record number of smokers quit in the U.S. during the last decade - Nature World Report
  125. WHO warns against diabetes epidemic - The Hindu
  126. 30 Celebrities Who Have Shown Their Support for Paris - Zimbio
  127. The California student killed in Paris saw herself as a driven, independent ... - Los Angeles Times
  128. Ronda Rousey stunned in 2nd round by Holly Holms at UFC 193 - CBS News
  129. Paris attacks dominate opening of Democratic debate - Los Angeles Times
  130. Paris attacks: One suicide bomber identified as investigations ramp up - CNN
  131. Russian athletics chief says IAAF trying to divert from own failings
  132. First ever Uterus Transplant in the U.S. to be conducted at Cleveland Clinic - NYC Today
  133. (+Video) Autism rate shoots up in the Unites States, here's why - Nature World Report
  134. AstraZeneca's lung cancer drug, Tagrisso, gets FDA approval - Nature World Report
  135. Maternal deaths fell 44% since 1990 – UN - World Health Organization
  136. MP supports fight against pancreatic cancer - Rapid News Network
  137. Stronger Flu Vaccines In Australia Come 2016 - Immortal News
  138. Paris attacks: identities of victims from more than a dozen countries emerge - The Guardian
  139. Westside stabbing and Westport shooting mark Baltimore's 300 t h and 301 s t ... - Baltimore Sun
  140. U.S. sees record drop in number of smokers in last 50 years - Nature World Report
  141. Experts call for healthy eating and physical activity on World Diabetes Day - Medical News Today
  142. The California student killed in Paris saw herself as a driven, independent ... - Los Angeles Times
  143. Myanmar's Suu Kyi meets parliament boss ahead of key house session - Reuters
  144. Obama in Turkey for summit overshadowed by Paris attacks - Reuters
  145. UFC 193 shocker! Holm knocks out Rousey - ESPN
  146. Paris attacks dominate opening of Democratic debate - Los Angeles Times
  147. Paris attacks: One suicide bomber identified as investigations ramp up - CNN
  148. Cleveland Clinic to perform first uterus transplants in U.S. - Ames Tribune
  149. Autism rate skyrockets in the U.S., here's why - Nature World Report
  150. AstraZeneca's lung cancer drug, Tagrisso, gets FDA approval - Nature World Report
  151. Pancreatic cancer awareness vigil held in Fargo - Junior College
  152. Maternal deaths fell 44% since 1990 – UN - World Health Organization
  153. Stronger Flu Vaccines To Be Rolled Out In 2016 - Ledger Gazette
  154. WHO warns against diabetes epidemic - The Hindu
  155. U.S. sees record drop in number of smokers in last 50 years - Nature World Report
  156. Baltimore's 300th killing this year: A violent milestone in a riot-scarred city - Washington Post
  157. Paris terror attack: Names of victims start to emerge - CNN
  158. The California student killed in Paris saw herself as a driven, independent ... - Los Angeles Times
  159. Paris attacks underscore risks of a slow US campaign against Islamic State - Washington Post
  160. Holly Holm shatters Ronda Rousey mystique with stunning KO - USA TODAY
  161. Paris Terror Attacks: Officials Race to Piece Together Assailants' IDs - NBCNews.com
  162. Fortunate Warriors edge Nets in overtime to extend streak
  163. Cleveland Clinic to perform first uterus transplants in U.S. - Ames Tribune
  164. Autism Cases Increase to 1 in 45 in 2014 Compared to Previous Years - The Standard Daily
  165. FDA Approved AstraZeneca's Tagrisso for the Treatment of Lung Cancer - Insight Ticker
  166. Pancreatic cancer awareness vigil held in Fargo - Junior College
  167. Maternal deaths fell 44% since 1990 – UN - World Health Organization
  168. Scientists study protien that may be the secret to malaria's rapid growth - Nature World Report
  169. Cleveland Clinic to perform first uterus transplants in U.S. - Ames Tribune
  170. Number of smokers in the U.S. decline by huge numbers - Nature World Report
  171. Baltimore's 300th killing this year: A violent milestone in a riot-scarred city - Washington Post
  172. Eiffel Tower goes dark as France mourns 129 dead - CBS News
  173. After Paris attacks, pressure builds for big military response to Islamic State - Reuters
  174. Calgary vigil for Paris shootings draws hundreds - CBC.ca
  175. 3 People Arrested in Belgium in Connection to Paris Attacks, Officials Say - ABC News
  176. Cal State Long Beach student among those killed in Paris attacks - Los Angeles Times
  177. Holly Holm KO's Ronda Rousey to win women's bantamweight title - ESPN
  178. Scientists study protien that may be the secret to malaria's rapid growth - Nature World Report
  179. Autism Rate Jumps to 1 in 45 Children, But Don't Be Alarmed - Junior College
  180. A lung cancer drug by AstraZeneca, Tagrisso, gets FDA approval - Nature World Report
  181. Maternal deaths fell 44% since 1990 – UN - World Health Organization
  182. A day on diabetes - The Nation
  183. Horseshoe Hammond men make strides for breast cancer - nwitimes.com
  184. (+Video) U.S. women may rejoice as uterus transplants are on the way - Nature World Report
  185. Number of U.S. smokers declines to all-time low - UPI.com
  186. Teen dropped her newborn from high-rise after hiding pregnancy: Prosecutors - Chicago Tribune
  187. Details emerge on some of the victims of Paris attacks - Washington Times
  188. Train in eastern France derails during test-run, killing at least 7 and ... - New York Daily News
  189. Westside stabbing and Westport shooting mark Baltimore's 300 t h and 301 s t ... - Baltimore Sun
  190. Among the victims in Paris, an American exchange student - Washington Post
  191. After Paris attacks, pressure builds for big military response to Islamic State - Reuters
  192. Clinton faces sharp attacks on Wall Street ties, Iraq vote at second ... - Washington Post
  193. Paris terror attack: Names of victims start to emerge - CNN
  194. Scientists study protien that may be the secret to malaria's rapid growth - Nature World Report
  195. A lung cancer drug by AstraZeneca, Tagrisso, gets FDA approval - Nature World Report
  196. CDC Survey Finds Autism On The Rise - Ledger Gazette
  197. Maternal deaths fell 44% since 1990 – UN - World Health Organization
  198. Guinea releases last 68 people from Ebola quarantine - Reuters
  199. Study Shows Merck Hepatitis C Drug Cures Addicts - Bloomberg
  200. Uterus transplants offer new life to women - Columbus Dispatch
  201. Teen dropped her newborn from high-rise after hiding pregnancy: Prosecutors - Chicago Tribune
  202. Details emerge on some of the victims of Paris attacks - Fox News
  203. Paris attacks: Suicide bomber identified; ISIS claims responsibility for 129 dead - CNN
  204. Train in eastern France derails during test-run, killing at least 7 and ... - New York Daily News
  205. Holder of Syrian passport found near Paris gunman crossed Greece - Reuters
  206. Among the victims in Paris, an American exchange student - Washington Post
  207. Paris attacks were carried out by three groups tied to Islamic State, official ... - Washington Post
  208. Atlanta coach Budenholzer takes leave of absence for wife
  209. Smoking declines to record low among U.S. Adults: CDC Data - NYC Today
  210. Breakthrough: Have scientists cracked the code on Malaria? - Morning Ticker
  211. Friday Feedback: How Will the SPRINT Trial Impact Practice? - MedPage Today
  212. Guinea releases last 68 people from Ebola quarantine - Reuters
  213. A lung cancer drug by AstraZeneca, Tagrisso, gets FDA approval - Nature World Report
  214. European scientists say weedkiller glyphosate unlikely to cause cancer - Reuters
  215. Malaria Growth Deciphered By Scientists - Immortal News
  216. Uterus transplants offer new life to women - Columbus Dispatch
  217. NFL plans to increase security after Paris attacks - ESPN
  218. Syria talks produce election road map after Paris attacks - Reuters
  219. PARIS TERROR ATTACK: Death toll rises to 129; 352 hurt - ABC Action News
  220. After Paris terrorist attacks, migrants face suspicion and new barriers - Los Angeles Times
  221. Among the victims in Paris, a American exchange student - Washington Post
  222. Sanders criticizes Clinton on Iraq vote, as debate focuses on terror attacks - Washington Post
  223. Paris attacks were carried out by three groups tied to Islamic State, official ... - Washington Post
  224. Friday Feedback: How Will the SPRINT Trial Impact Practice? - MedPage Today
  225. Guinea Releases the Last Batch of People in Ebola Quarantine - Youth Health Magzine
  226. AstraZeneca's potential $3 billion cancer pill wins early approval - Reuters
  227. UPDATE 2-European scientists say weedkiller glyphosate unlikely to cause cancer - Reuters
  228. Rate of maternal mortality falls by 50PC - Ledger Gazette
  229. Smoking declines to record low among U.S. Adults: CDC Data - NYC Today
  230. Paris attacks: Syrian transition plan reached by US, Russia in Vienna talks - Sydney Morning Herald
  231. At least 10 killed as train derails during testing in eastern France - Economic Times
  232. Uterus transplants offer new life to women - Columbus Dispatch
  233. Smoking declines to record low among U.S. Adults: CDC Data - NYC Today
  234. PSG's Ibrahimovic sends sympathies to Paris victims
  235. After Paris attacks, 2016 candidates debate the use of US military power - Washington Post
  236. 3 People Arrested in Belgium in Connection to Paris Attacks, Officials Say - ABC News
  237. American College Student Killed in Paris Was 'a Shining Star,' Professor Says - ABC News
  238. 'Act of War': Will Congress finally vote to declare war on ISIS, after Paris ... - Fox News
  239. US venues, cities on high-alert after attacks - USA TODAY
  240. Friday Feedback: How Will the SPRINT Trial Impact Practice? - MedPage Today
  241. Malaria Growth Decoded - I4U News
  242. Guinea releases last 68 people from Ebola quarantine - Reuters
  243. UPDATE 2-European scientists say weedkiller glyphosate unlikely to cause cancer - Reuters
  244. Medicare Costs Rise: $9 Billion Spent On Hepatitis C Treatments - Immortal News
  245. Rate of maternal mortality falls by 50PC - Ledger Gazette
  246. NFL plans to increase stadium security after Paris attacks - ESPN
  247. Inside the Bataclan: 'A bloodbath,' witness says - CNN
  248. Syria talks produce election road map after Paris attacks - Reuters
  249. Uterus transplants offer new life to women - Columbus Dispatch
  250. Paris terror: Despite fear, numbed residents remain defiant - CNN