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  1. High-spending doctors less likely to be sued - Reuters
  2. Therapy Over Lamps for Seasonal Depression - The Atlantic
  3. Your DNA may explain high-calorie food cravings - Medical Xpress
  4. Startling rise in death of middle-aged white men, women in the US - The American Bazaar
  5. Questions, answers about toxic West Coast crabs - Sacramento Bee
  6. Pfizer-Allergan deal would set up US company for a split
  7. German stocks - Factors to watch on November 6
  8. George W. Bush talks back after dad's remarks in bio rattle family - The Seattle Times
  9. US, UK intercepts reportedly revealed ISIS 'chatter' days before Russia plane ... - Fox News
  10. Colleagues Accused Crooked Cop Who Killed Himself of Years of Misconduct: Records - NBCNews.com
  11. Christie, Huckabee fail to qualify for next week's Republican debate - Reuters
  12. New York is investigating Exxon Mobil for allegedly misleading the public ... - Washington Post
  13. After big spending and hard lobbying, Pfizer eyes new tax home
  14. Sanofi, Lexicon sign diabetes licence and collaboration deal
  15. Sanofi, Lexicon sign diabetes license and collaboration deal
  16. Allergan CEO Saunders warms up to drug discovery
  17. Manziel struggles as Browns lose to Bengals
  18. BRIEF-Topcon Europe aims to acquire 50.1 pct in ifa systems
  19. Sanofi sees strong profit growth from 2018, to cut costs
  20. BRIEF-Rhoen-Klinikum 9-month EBITDA at EUR 117.3 mln, outlook unchanged
  21. INSIGHT-Allergan CEO Saunders warms up to drug discovery
  22. Obama praises Adidas move to help schools eliminate Native American mascots - Reuters
  23. 9-year-old executed by Chicago gang, police say - AL.com
  24. A Man In Colombia Got Cancer And It Came From A Tapeworm - NPR
  25. March of Dimes rates US, cities, states on preterm births - CBS News
  26. Closed! Recreational Dungeness crab season postponed by state authorities - Santa Cruz Sentinel
  27. Startling rise in death of middle-aged white men, women in the US - The American Bazaar
  28. High-spending doctors less likely to be sued - Business Insider
  29. Doctors find tapeworm larva in Northern California man's brain - KABC-TV
  30. E. coli victim says he has lost respect for Chipotle - The Denver Post
  31. US military jet fired on fleeing patients in Kunduz hospital attack, charity says - Fox News
  32. Colleagues Accused Crooked Cop Who Killed Himself of Years of Misconduct: Records - NBCNews.com
  33. Exxon Probed by New York in Toughest U.S. Climate Crackdown Yet - Bloomberg
  34. Chicago Police: 9-year-old Tyshawn Lee was targeted in gang shooting - CNN
  35. Shocking: Did Hospital U.S. Bombed In Kunduz Break International Laws? - Daily Caller
  36. Was Russian plane that crashed in Sinai bombed? What we know - CNN
  37. French and Benelux stocks-Factors to watch on Friday
  38. PRESS DIGEST - Wall Street Journal - Nov 6
  39. Bengals stay unbeaten after win over Browns
  40. Wade leads Heat past Timberwolves
  41. Mariners continue revamp with Rays trade
  42. Condom shortage hampers India's AIDS fight
  43. India's Dr Reddy's gets FDA warning letter for three drug plants
  44. 'Hope to see you again': China warship to US destroyer after South China Sea ... - Reuters
  45. E. Coli Outbreak Shows Vulnerabilities Of Big Chains Using Local Food - OPB News
  46. Surgeons Remove Live Tapeworm Larva From California Man's Brain - Tech Times
  47. Alzheimer's is a young(er) person's disease -- so get to work - CNN
  48. Defensive medicine lowers number of malpractice suits - UPI.com
  49. High toxin level delays California recreational crab season - The Seattle Times
  50. March of Dimes rates US, cities, states on preterm births - CBS News
  51. High-spending doctors less likely to be sued - Reuters
  52. Surgeons Remove Live Tapeworm Larva From California Man's Brain - Tech Times
  53. E. Coli Outbreak Shows Vulnerabilities Of Big Chains Using Local Food - OPB News
  54. Million Mask Marchers Hurl Fireworks and Smoke Bombs in London - ABC News
  55. Afghan hospital attack: US strike was precise, Doctors Without Borders says - CNN
  56. New York is investigating Exxon Mobil for allegedly misleading the public ... - Washington Post
  57. 'Manifesto' found on UC Merced stabbings suspect - CNN
  58. Colleagues Accused Crooked Cop Who Killed Himself of Years of Misconduct: Records - NBCNews.com
  59. Thousands rally in Puerto Rico for better healthcare
  60. Alzheimer's is a young(er) person's disease -- so get to work - CNN
  61. Startling rise in death of middle-aged white men, women in the US - The American Bazaar
  62. Closed! Recreational Dungeness crab season postponed by state authorities - San Jose Mercury News
  63. Police official: Boy targeted because of father's gang ties, lured into alley ... - Sacramento Bee
  64. Alzheimer's is a young(er) person's disease -- so get to work - CNN
  65. Links found between hunger and health
  66. 'Manifesto' found on UC Merced stabbings suspect - CNN
  67. Police: Officer who staged suicide tried to take out 'hit' on city administrator - CNN International
  68. High-spending doctors less likely to be sued - Reuters
  69. McCarthy says 9-year-old boy targeted, lured into alley and executed - Chicago Tribune
  70. Solar Storms Strip Air From Mars, NASA Says - New York Times
  71. Chipotle's E. coli outbreak threatens sales, emboldens critics - Reuters
  72. Live tapeworm, 'still wiggling,' removed from California man's brain - Los Angeles Times
  73. Poor Sleep Might Harm Kidneys, Study Suggests - WebMD
  74. Startling rise in death of middle-aged white men, women in the US - The American Bazaar
  75. Closed! Recreational Dungeness crab season postponed by state authorities - San Jose Mercury News
  76. Christie, Huckabee fail to qualify for next week's Republican debate - Reuters
  77. New kind of "designer" immune cells clear baby's leukaemia - Reuters
  78. High-spending doctors less likely to be sued - Reuters
  79. Chipotle's E. coli outbreak threatens sales, emboldens critics - Reuters
  80. Authorities cite personal vendetta in UC Merced stabbings - CNN
  81. Man's Headache Caused by Tapeworm in Brain Sheds Light on Rare Condition - ABC News
  82. The Short List: Abducted boy solves his own mystery; the sun's weird effect on ... - USA TODAY
  83. New book on Bush 41 creates a breach in the family - Washington Post
  84. Illinois cop's mysterious death may have exposed double-life - Fox News
  85. ExxonMobil under investigation for allegedly misleading the public about ... - Washington Post
  86. Severe iron deficiency associated with head lice in young woman
  87. Food Allergies Aren't As Common Among Siblings As You Thought - Science World Report
  88. Senate panel investigates drug price hikes - Junior College
  89. Poor Sleep Might Harm Kidneys, Study Suggests - WebMD
  90. Startling rise in death of middle-aged white men, women in the US - The American Bazaar
  91. Man's Headache Caused by Tapeworm in Brain Sheds Light on Rare Condition - ABC News
  92. Gorgeous Auroras Could Light Up Entire Martian Sky - Space.com
  93. Adidas stand against Native American high school mascots praised by Obama ... - Washington Post
  94. Christie and Huckabee were just relegated to the kiddie table debate. Does it ... - Washington Post
  95. US unions, lawmakers vow scrutiny of Pacific trade pact - Reuters
  96. Known for fierce loyalty, the Bush clan quarrels publicly over Iraq - Washington Post
  97. The Latest: Village Official Speaks About Disgraced Cop - ABC News
  98. DIARY-Malaysia 2015 corporate earnings
  99. Ex-NFL player Anthony Wayne Smith convicted on 3 counts of murder
  100. Castro leads Sanderson Farms after 10-under 62
  101. Police baffled as medals found dumped in Australian trash
  102. Wyoming lawmakers eye making a pound of pot edibles a felony
  103. High-spending doctors less likely to be sued - Reuters
  104. New kind of "designer" immune cells clear baby's leukaemia - Reuters
  105. Food Allergies Aren't As Common Among Siblings As You Thought - Science World Report
  106. Special Report: The latest sign of Greece's decay - children's teeth - Reuters
  107. Members of Congress Put Costly Drugs in Their Crosshairs - MedPage Today
  108. Startling rise in death of middle-aged white men, women in the US - The American Bazaar
  109. Chipotle's E. coli outbreak threatens sales, emboldens critics - Reuters
  110. In soccer probe, Figueredo hopes to cooperate with Uruguay to avoid U.S. extradition
  111. McCarthy says 9-year-old boy targeted, lured into alley and executed - Chicago Tribune
  112. Gorgeous Auroras Could Light Up Entire Martian Sky - Space.com
  113. Chipotle's E. coli outbreak threatens sales, emboldens critics - Reuters
  114. Man's Headache Caused by Tapeworm in Brain Sheds Light on Rare Condition - ABC News
  115. UPDATE 2-U.S. House approves transportation bill with trade bank renewal
  116. 5 Moves For A Better Booty
  117. Obama: 'There is a possibility' bomb was aboard Russian jet - Washington Post
  118. Illinois cop who killed himself sought hit man to kill administrator, had ... - Mashable
  119. Authorities cite personal vendetta in UC Merced stabbings - CNN
  120. The Lid: Bush 41 Keeps Dynasty in the Headlines for Jeb - NBCNews.com
  121. US unions, lawmakers vow scrutiny of Pacific trade pact - Reuters
  122. 5 important things you need to know about tapeworm cancer in humans - Washington Post
  123. High-spending doctors less likely to be sued - Reuters
  124. Pencillin likely safe for most who have had a prior reaction - UPI.com
  125. New kind of "designer" immune cells clear baby's leukaemia - Reuters
  126. New HIV Pill Delivers Four Drugs in One Dose - NBCNews.com
  127. Members of Congress Put Costly Drugs in Their Crosshairs - MedPage Today
  128. Suspect in UC Merced attacks described as 'antisocial,' was an engineering student - Los Angeles Times
  129. McCarthy says 9-year-old boy targeted, lured into alley and executed - Chicago Tribune
  130. Solar wind is blowing away the atmosphere on Mars - CBS News
  131. The Lid: Bush 41 Keeps Dynasty in the Headlines for Jeb - NBCNews.com
  132. Chipotle's E. coli outbreak threatens sales, emboldens critics - Reuters
  133. British PM says bomb likely caused Russian airliner crash - Reuters
  134. Fox Lake Lt. Joseph Gliniewicz Tried to 'Put a Hit' on Administrator: Police - NBCNews.com
  135. US unions, lawmakers vow scrutiny of Pacific trade pact - Reuters
  136. Kansas teen eleventh U.S. high school football fatality since July
  137. Chipotle's E. coli outbreak threatens sales, emboldens critics
  138. Number of confirmed E. coli cases linked to Chipotle rises to 40
  139. ISIS Hostages Freed by US Special Forces Describe Horrific Physical Torture
  140. Man's Headache Caused by Tapeworm in Brain Sheds Light on Rare Condition - ABC News
  141. Defensive medicine lowers number of malpractice suits - UPI.com
  142. 5 important things you need to know about tapeworm cancer in humans - Washington Post
  143. Gilead Sciences HIV Drug Wins FDA Approval - Wall Street Journal
  144. Pencillin likely safe for most who have had a prior reaction - UPI.com
  145. New kind of "designer" immune cells clear baby's leukaemia - Reuters
  146. Toxic algae delays California's Dungeness crab season - Los Angeles Times
  147. ISIS Hostages Freed by US Special Forces Describe Horrific Physical Torture
  148. Solar wind is blowing away the atmosphere on Mars - CBS News
  149. The Lid: Bush 41 Keeps Dynasty in the Headlines for Jeb - NBCNews.com
  150. Chipotle's E. coli outbreak threatens sales, emboldens critics - Reuters
  151. Man's Headache Caused by Tapeworm in Brain Sheds Light on Rare Condition - ABC News
  152. Suspect in UC Merced attacks described as 'antisocial,' was an engineering student - Los Angeles Times
  153. Number of confirmed E. coli cases linked to Chipotle rises to 40
  154. Chipotle's E. coli outbreak threatens sales, emboldens critics
  155. US unions, lawmakers vow scrutiny of Pacific trade pact - Reuters
  156. Fox Lake Lt. Joseph Gliniewicz Tried to 'Put a Hit' on Administrator: Police - NBCNews.com
  157. British PM says bomb likely caused Russian airliner crash - Reuters
  158. McCarthy says 9-year-old boy targeted, lured into alley and executed - Chicago Tribune
  159. Defensive medicine lowers number of malpractice suits - UPI.com
  160. Pencillin likely safe for most who have had a prior reaction - UPI.com
  161. 5 important things you need to know about tapeworm cancer in humans - Washington Post
  162. Gilead Sciences HIV Drug Wins FDA Approval - Wall Street Journal
  163. New kind of "designer" immune cells clear baby's leukaemia - Reuters
  164. Toxic algae delays California's Dungeness crab season - Los Angeles Times
  165. UPDATE 2-FDA approves Gilead Sciences' HIV drug cocktail
  166. What to Watch in the Day Ahead - Friday, Nov 6
  167. Finnish PM says government could collapse on Friday
  168. Fitch Affirms Health Net's IFS at 'BBB' & Removes Negative Watch; Outlook Negative
  169. MOVES-Deutsche Bank healthcare bankers depart for JPMorgan
  170. BRIEF-Just Retirement says still expects Partnership deal to close by late December
  171. REFILE-BRIEF-Alpha MOS signs 300,000 euro plus contract with Chinese Ministry Of Environment
  172. Some people 'hardwired' to prefer high-calorie foods, study finds
  173. Junk food intake not related to BMI
  174. Duration of lactation associated with bone density
  175. Are you hardwired to enjoy high-calorie foods? Research links genes to heightened brain reward responses to foods high in fat and sugar
  176. Regrets? MotoGP title contenders have a few
  177. Star NHL's Blackhawks, Patrick Kane, will not face rape charges
  178. Human Rights Campaign seeks out NFL after Houston measure fails
  179. High-spending doctors less likely to be sued
  180. EpiPen injuries are rare but may be serious for children
  181. FDA approves Gilead Sciences' HIV drug cocktail
  182. Superbugs mean more infections and deaths after surgery, chemotherapy
  183. New kind of "designer" immune cells clear baby's leukaemia
  184. Feast after famine linked to diabetes boom in China
  185. Hearing aids may slow mental decline in hard-of-hearing elderly
  186. EU regulator finds no safety issues with GSK, Merck HPV vaccines
  187. Ex-NFL player Anthony Wayne Smith convicted on three counts of murder
  188. Serena Williams, Simone Biles battle for USOC honors
  189. Babcock back to coach Team Canada at World Cup
  190. Obesity: Is junk food really to blame?
  191. Do certain words entice us to eat high-calorie foods?
  192. A cancer on the rise, and the vaccine too late for Gen X - CNN
  193. Special Report: The latest sign of Greece's decay - children's teeth - Reuters
  194. Think You're Allergic to Penicillin? Maybe Not, Researchers Say - Philly.com
  195. Man dies after tapeworm inside him gets cancer - Fox News
  196. How CDC Is Using DNA Technology in Suspected Chipotle E. Coli Outbreak ... - ABC News
  197. Man's Headache Caused by Tapeworm in Brain Sheds Light on Rare Condition - ABC News
  198. Defensive medicine lowers number of malpractice suits - UPI.com
  199. Talib Kweli has some thoughts on Ben Carson's new 'urban' ad - Washington Post
  200. Fox Lake Lt. Joseph Gliniewicz Tried to 'Put a Hit' on Administrator: Police - NBCNews.com
  201. Interacting With Your Scientific Review Officer
  202. Regulatory Decision Summary GADOVIST
  203. Unions, lawmakers promise closer scrutiny of Pacific trade pact - Reuters
  204. The tragic case of the boy who was missing for 13 years and didn't know it - Washington Post
  205. Russia and Egypt brush off British suggestion that bomb caused plane to crash - Washington Post
  206. Suspect in UC Merced attacks described as 'antisocial,' was an engineering student - Los Angeles Times
  207. Jeb Bush's Dick Cheney problem - Washington Post
  208. New kind of "designer" immune cells clear baby's leukaemia - Reuters
  209. BRIEF-Aurora Optoelectronics scraps share issue
  210. Virtual selves can help boost better real world health and exercise habits
  211. A slim by design breakfast
  212. Higher insulin is an independent prognostic factor in advanced breast cancer: patients may be helped by simple lifestyle changes
  213. Win a Terminator Genisys Limited Edition Blu-Ray Gift Set
  214. Master the Smith Machine Negative Overload Bench Press
  215. Rope Into Greater Conditioning
  216. How To Look Leaner And Fitter In Less Than 3 Days
  217. Weightlifting Prodigy C.J. Cummings Shines Bright
  218. India's Cipla Q2 net profit lags estimates
  219. UPDATE 2-Roche convinced its new drugs can mitigate biosimilars risks
  220. UPDATE 1-Sri Lanka to minimise tax holidays, target rich for revenue
  221. Rossi must fight from last place
  222. Celgene revenue rises on demand for cancer, psoriasis drugs
  223. AstraZeneca cancer drug may not be so fast getting to market
  224. UPDATE 2-Drugmaker Celgene's revenue misses as Revlimid sales slow
  225. Russian federation distances itself from corruption probe
  226. Japanese expo showcases hi-tech preventive medicine
  227. Muslims Who Gangraped Christian Girls at Gunpoint Acquitted by Pakistani Court
  228. Hindu Extremism Rising 7 Years After Mass Slaughter of Christians
  229. UPDATE 1-India's Cipla expects lower growth in second half of 2016
  230. How To Keep Your Health In Check During The Winter Months
  231. US Plane Shot Victims Fleeing Doctors Without Borders Hospital: Charity - NBCNews.com
  232. Bush 41 hits 43's aides in new biography - CNN
  233. 6 Reasons Why Its A Hookup, Not A Relationship
  234. Estrogen Drug Trial Shows Little Effect on Alzheimer's Disease - Pioneer News
  235. Doctors face fewer lawsuits when they order more tests - University Herald
  236. Virtual doctor visits offer convenience, lower costs - WRCB-TV
  237. Man with terrible headache discovers he has tapeworm living in his brain - Fox News Latino
  238. Cefixime Antibiotic Losing Effectiveness As Treatment For Gonorrhea: CDC - Tech Times
  239. AstraZeneca cancer drug may not be so fast getting to market - Reuters
  240. Special Report: The latest sign of Greece's decay - children's teeth - Reuters
  241. Boy missing 13 years found in Cleveland - USA TODAY
  242. Carson running rap ad to reach young, black voters - Politico
  243. Blackhawks' Patrick Kane will not be charged with rape, N.Y. prosecutors say - Chicago Tribune
  244. US jobless claims rise; third-quarter productivity posts surprise gain - Reuters
  245. Unsettling finding from CDC investigation: Tapeworms can transmit cancer cells ... - Washington Post
  246. Scarlet Fever Re-Emerges In Asia, Europe And May Be Resistant To Antibiotic - Tech Times
  247. Man dies after his parasitic tapeworm gets cancer in medical first - The Independent
  248. State police probe Marksville shooting that left child dead - Miami Herald
  249. Trump calls Carson 'loser,' charms ladies in these 'SNL' promos - Washington Post
  250. A tale of two Carsons - CNN