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  1. Health: Help On National Depression Screening Day - CBS Local
  2. LA's epic task: Fixing buildings that earthquakes could flatten - Los Angeles Times
  3. 1 dead, 1 injured in shooting at Texas Southern University; possible suspect ... - Los Angeles Times
  4. The Latest: Shooting victim loved lacrosse, helping others - Washington Post
  5. Leading Republican Ryan mulls run for House speaker: lawmakers - Reuters
  6. A Nobel Prize for Research on Natural Products
  7. The Essential 8: Exercises That Will Get You Ripped
  8. Many babies exposed to unnecessary pain in research
  9. Boston Scientific mesh verdict slashed to $10 million
  10. FDA approves expanded use of Bristol-Myers' drug for lung cancer
  11. UPDATE 1-FDA expands lung cancer approval for Bristol-Myers' drug
  12. Japan's history men ready to grasp the lifeline
  13. Train Hero Spencer Stone Is Awake and in 'Good Spirits' After Stabbing in ... - ABC News
  14. Do good, feel good with products benefitting breast cancer awareness - Atlanta Journal Constitution
  15. FDA expands lung cancer approval for Bristol-Myers' drug - Reuters
  16. Many babies exposed to unnecessary pain in research - Reuters
  17. Florida Woman Super Glues Her Eye Shut - People Magazine
  18. Young child diagnosed with measles in northern Virginia - USA TODAY
  19. British Nurse Who Contracted Ebola Hospitalized Again - Wall Street Journal
  20. Positive Pivotal Study Results with Ocrelizumab for Two Forms of Multiple ... - MD Magazine
  21. MAD race to raise awareness of depression in Singapore - Channel News Asia
  22. U.S. and Mexico vie for Confederations Cup spot
  23. UPDATE 1-U.S. presidential candidate Sanders opposes Obama's FDA nominee
  24. UPDATE-1-UAE's NMC Health makes offer for Al Noor Hospitals
  25. 8 Ways to be an Alpha Male by Tomorrow
  26. The Best Clean Eating And Muscle-Building Food Options
  27. Leading Republican Ryan mulls run for House speaker: lawmakers - Reuters
  28. Four Delta Chi members shot — one fatally — at Northern Arizona University - Washington Post
  29. United States team to play Japan
  30. Young gun Fitzpatrick has Georgia on his mind
  31. Atlanta Hawks' Sefolosha found not guilty in night club arrest case
  32. Chip-in birdies delight co-leaders Kjeldsen and Fitzpatrick
  33. Mariners fire manager McClendon after two seasons
  34. Eye-tracking devices may help ICU patients communicate
  35. Boston Scientific mesh verdict slashed to $10 million
  36. FDA approves expanded use of Bristol-Myers' drug for lung cancer
  37. ISIS Video Shows Brutal Executions of 3 Assyrian Christians in Ethno-Religious Cleansing, Persecution Group Confirms
  38. LA approves nation's toughest earthquake safety rules - Los Angeles Times
  39. 1 dead, 1 wounded, 1 detained in shooting near Texas Southern University - Chron.com
  40. Fears of 'post-Ebola syndrome' as persistence in survivors fuels concerns - Al Jazeera America
  41. 9 Conversations All Happy Couples Have
  42. Experts Weigh In: Where Do People Want to Die? - MedPage Today
  43. FDA Expands Approved Use of Bristol-Myers Squibb's (BMY) Opdivo in Advanced ... - StreetInsider.com
  44. Young child diagnosed with measles in northern Virginia - USA TODAY
  45. Health: Help On National Depression Screening Day - CBS Local
  46. Positive Pivotal Study Results with Ocrelizumab for Two Forms of Multiple ... - MD Magazine
  47. Florida Woman Super Glues Her Eye Shut - People Magazine
  48. Do good, feel good with products benefitting breast cancer awareness - Atlanta Journal Constitution
  49. House passes bill axing oil export ban, veto looms - Reuters
  50. Ben Carson: The biggest fan of Nazi metaphors in politics - Washington Post
  51. UK's first Ebola patient back in hospital in serious condition after complication - CNN
  52. Ben Carson: The biggest fan of Nazi metaphors in politics - Washington Post
  53. President Obama Considers Executive Action on Gun Background Checks - ABC News
  54. ACCUWEATHER: Winter weather outlook not as bad as last year in Northeast - Wicked Local East Bridgewater
  55. Tunisian group wins Nobel Peace Prize - Washington Post
  56. 1 dead, freshman arrested in N. Arizona University shooting - USA TODAY
  57. Disparate Syrian Rebel Groups Likely to Increase Collaboration Against Russia - Voice of America
  58. Presidential candidate Sanders opposes Califf for U.S. FDA chief
  59. Measles can be a lesser-known risk for travelers
  60. Support rising for outdoor smoking bans in U.S., Canada
  61. Muslim Men Attack Pastor With Knife After Asking Him to Share the Gospel
  62. Breast cancer: Straight talk amid confusing information - Fox News
  63. Positive Pivotal Study Results with Ocrelizumab for Two Forms of Multiple ... - MD Magazine
  64. Health: Help On National Depression Screening Day - CBS Local
  65. Measles can be a lesser-known risk for travelers - Reuters
  66. If 'breast is best' for newborns, where's the support in hospitals? - CNN
  67. Firstborn kids more likely to be nearsighted, study finds - CBS News
  68. Right To Die : Relief for cancer patients as Gov. Jerry Brown signs ... - The Market Business
  69. BRIEF-Al Noor Hospitals confirms receiving an approach from NMC Health
  70. Roche to buy U.S. biotech group Adheron Therapeutics
  71. Antioxidants: helpful or harmful for melanoma?
  72. Erin Stern's Ultimate Leg Day: Smith Machine Workout
  73. The Best Moves for a Bigger Back: Part 1
  74. Pentagon plans major shift in effort to counter Islamic State in Syria - Washington Post
  75. Wooing Chairman Ryan: Paul Ryan remains on sidelines as House GOP looks to regroup - Washington Post
  76. Deals of the day- Mergers and acquisitions
  77. BRIEF-NMC Health confirms offers for Al Noor Hospitals
  78. CANADA STOCKS-TSX heads for 6th straight winning session on relief over U.S. rates
  79. Harrington stung by hat-trick of three putts
  80. Presidential candidate Sanders opposes Califf for FDA chief
  81. Nigerian at center of Ebola scare did not have the virus: WHO
  82. New test helps ER docs rule out a heart attack
  83. Exclusive: FIFA mulls delaying presidential election - sources
  84. Djokovic and Nadal through to China Open semis
  85. Tunisian group wins Nobel Peace Prize - Washington Post
  86. Ben Carson: The biggest fan of Nazi metaphors in politics - Washington Post
  87. Deadly shooting shakes NAU campus, but students are still expected in class - Washington Post
  88. New test helps ER docs rule out a heart attack - Reuters
  89. If 'breast is best' for newborns, where's the support in hospitals? - CNN
  90. Yet Another E. coli Outbreak Linked to a Petting Zoo - Is it Time to Ban Them? - Food Poison Journal
  91. Health: Help On National Depression Screening Day - CBS Local
  92. Study: Drop in measles vaccinations may cause more outbreaks - UPI.com
  93. Genentech announces favorable results for MS drug ocrelizumab - Medical Xpress
  94. Breast cancer: Straight talk amid confusing information - Fox News
  95. UK's first Ebola patient back in hospital in serious condition after complication - CNN
  96. Marin homicide suspects linked to Golden Gate Park slaying - San Jose Mercury News
  97. Five Killed in Gaza as Israeli-Palestinian Violence Worsens - NBCNews.com
  98. Antioxidants cause malignant melanoma to metastasize faster
  99. 'Our hearts are heavy': Four shot — one fatally — at Northern Arizona University - Washington Post
  100. House Republicans search for leader amid chaos - Reuters
  101. Tunisian group wins Nobel Peace Prize - Washington Post
  102. Islamic State advances on Aleppo in Syria fighting - Reuters
  103. Nigerian at centre of Ebola scare did not have the virus - WHO
  104. BRIEF-Hebei Changshan Biochemical Pharma to raise up to 800 mln yuan in private placement
  105. Nestle spends $70 mln on U.S. health science hub
  106. Wawrinka, Nishikori through to Japan Open semis
  107. Mickelson bewildered by 'adjustment penalty'
  108. Nestle spends $70 million on U.S. health science hub
  109. ISIS Feeds Starving Mother Her 3-Y-O Child; Yazidis Blame Obama's Inaction for Ongoing Atrocities
  110. Ben Carson Defends Hitler Gun Control Statements, Calls ADL Reaction 'Total ... - ABC News
  111. Ebola's persistence in survivors fuels concerns over future risks - Reuters
  112. Relief for cancer patients as Governor Jerry Brown signs 'right to die' rule - Northern Californian
  113. If 'breast is best' for newborns, where's the support in hospitals? - CNN
  114. Nestle spends $70 million on US health science hub - Reuters
  115. Pentagon plans sharp scaledown in efforts to train Syrian rebels - Washington Post
  116. India to become #1 suicide capital of the world; depression main cause - Zee News
  117. Child Who Visited Maine Zoo Dies Due To E. coli Infection - Maine News Online
  118. 'Game changing' multiple sclerosis drug offers first glimmer of hope for sufferers - Mirror.co.uk
  119. Elizabeth Hurley on breast cancer awareness campaign - BBC News
  120. UPDATE 1-Discharged British Ebola nurse back in hospital
  121. Suspect in custody after four people shot — one fatally — at Northern ... - Washington Post
  122. The campaign to draft Paul Ryan as House speaker - CNN
  123. Tunisian group wins Nobel Peace Prize - Washington Post
  124. Islamic State makes closest advance to Aleppo, Iranian killed - Reuters
  125. AstraZeneca pauses two lung cancer drug combination trials
  126. BRIEF-Abzena says Adheron Therapeutics to be accquired by Roche
  127. BRIEF-Medica Pro Familia Sept. consolidated revenue up 14 pct yoy
  128. India's drug stores plan protest against e-pharmacies
  129. BRIEF-Euroespes opens epigenetics department in Spain
  130. Swiss approve extradition of soccer official Takkas
  131. AstraZeneca pauses two lung cancer drug combination trials
  132. Attorneys: City handling of police shooting a national model - The Denver Post
  133. Wet winter more likely; significant rains could cause problems in burn areas - Union Democrat
  134. Ebola's persistence in survivors fuels concerns over future risks - Reuters
  135. Ocrelizumab: Could Genentech/Roche's Experimental Drug Be the First Effective ... - Multiple Sclerosis News Today
  136. Child Who Visited Maine Zoo Dies Due To E. coli Infection - Maine News Online
  137. Health: Help On National Depression Screening Day - CBS Local
  138. Science won't stop until it beats AIDS, says HIV pioneer - Fox News
  139. Relief for cancer patients as Governor Jerry Brown signs 'right to die' rule - Northern Californian
  140. Islamic State advances over wide swathes of Aleppo, activists report - Washington Post
  141. Massive El Niño is now 'too big to fail,' scientist says - Los Angeles Times
  142. UPDATE 2-J&J starts vaccine trial in Sierra Leone, even as Ebola fades - Reuters
  143. Ebola's persistence in survivors fuels concerns over future risks - Reuters
  144. Roche's MS Drug Ocrelizumab Shows Promising Results After Late Stage Trials - Tech Times
  145. Attorneys: City handling of police shooting a national model - seattlepi.com
  146. BRIEF-Zhongyuan Union Cell & Gene's shares to resume trade
  147. BRIEF-Carl Zeiss Meditec expects 20 mln eur impairment from Oraya investment
  148. Ebola's persistence in survivors fuels concerns over future risks
  149. FIFA likely to decide by next week on crisis meeting
  150. Ebola's persistence in survivors fuels concerns over future risks
  151. BRIEF-Indo to delist from stock exchange
  152. Tunisian group wins Nobel Peace Prize - Washington Post
  153. State awaiting results of tests from Oxford fairgrounds as it investigates 2 E ... - Press Herald
  154. Health: Help On National Depression Screening Day - CBS Local
  155. Relief for cancer patients as Governor Jerry Brown signs 'right to die' rule - Northern Californian
  156. Smoking set to kill one in three young men in China, study finds - Reuters
  157. Ritchie, Oswego Health Team Up For 'The Power Of Pink' - Oswego Daily News
  158. Suspect in custody after shooting at N. Arizona University leaves 1 dead - USA TODAY
  159. State awaiting results of tests from Oxford fairgrounds as it investigates 2 E ... - Press Herald
  160. Health: Help On National Depression Screening Day - CBS Local
  161. Roche's MS Drug Reports Promising Results - Wall Street Journal
  162. Mediterranean diet may help prevent breast cancer - Dayton Daily News
  163. Explosion at Washington State Dam Injures Six Employees - NBCNews.com
  164. Senior Iranian Commander Killed in Syria - Voice of America
  165. France train attack hero Spencer Stone recovering after stabbing in Sacramento - Los Angeles Times
  166. Attorneys: City handling of police shooting a national model - Washington Post
  167. First Russian GP practice hit by diesel spillage
  168. Breast Cancer Coalition to host roundtable in Geneva - Finger Lakes Times
  169. Relief for cancer patients as Governor Jerry Brown signs 'right to die' rule - Northern Californian
  170. Science won't stop until it beats AIDS, says HIV pioneer - Reuters
  171. Here's Why Oldest Children Are More Likely to Be Nearsighted - TIME
  172. Islamic State Executes 3 Assyrian Christians, Demands Ransom for Others
  173. Ebola Nurse Pauline Cafferkey Back in Hospital After 'Complication' - NBCNews.com
  174. Smoking set to kill one in three young men in China, study finds
  175. Hero of France train attack stabbed multiple times - CBS News
  176. North Charleston reaches $6.5 million settlement with family of Walter Scott - CNN
  177. Nobel Peace Prize 2015: Pope Francis, German Chancellor, considered contenders - CNN
  178. Mediterranean diet may help prevent breast cancer - Dayton Daily News
  179. Astros ride familiar formula past reeling Royals in Game 1 of ALDS - Sports Illustrated
  180. Syria extends major offensive to retake territory in west - Reuters
  181. The GOP sinks deeper into chaos. Can it still function as a party? - Washington Post
  182. Internationals storm back in Presidents Cup
  183. BRIEF-Hafslund: September power sales down at 1061 GWh
  184. UPDATE 1-J&J starts clinical trial of Ebola vaccine in Sierra Leone
  185. British Ebola nurse returns to hospital
  186. Scottish nurse Pauline Cafferkey back in isolation - BBC News
  187. Health: Help On National Depression Screening Day - CBS Local
  188. Relief for cancer patients as Governor Jerry Brown signs 'right to die' rule - Northern Californian
  189. Science won't stop until it beats AIDS, says HIV pioneer - Reuters
  190. Here's Why Oldest Children Are More Likely to Be Nearsighted - TIME
  191. J&J starts clinical trial of Ebola vaccine in Sierra Leone - Reuters
  192. Researchers excited over promising new drug for treating MS - OCRegister
  193. State awaiting results of tests from Oxford fairgrounds as it investigates 2 E ... - Press Herald
  194. Carson suggests that gun rights might have changed history for Jews in WWII - Washington Post
  195. Hero of France train attack stabbed multiple times - CBS News
  196. Astros ride familiar formula past reeling Royals in Game 1 of ALDS - Sports Illustrated
  197. House Majority Leader Kevin McCarthy drops out of race for House speaker - Washington Post
  198. J&J starts clinical trial of Ebola vaccine in Sierra Leone
  199. BRIEF-Bavarian Nordic: Safety and immunogenicity study of ebola vaccine regimen in Sierra Leone
  200. BRIEF-Zealand Pharma develops collaboration with Boehringer Ingelheim
  201. BRIEF-Philips strengthens collaboration with AWS
  202. South African parole board meets again over Pistorius
  203. Sepp Blatter appeals FIFA suspension: NYT
  204. Zarco wins Moto2 title after Rabat withdraws injured
  205. British Ebola nurse returns to hospital
  206. J&J starts clinical trial of Ebola vaccine in Sierra Leone
  207. Baby dies after migrant boat breaks down off Greek island - Reuters
  208. One of Donald Trump's fans took the stage in Vegas and declared: 'I am ... - Washington Post
  209. Breast cancer cases among men on the rise - USA TODAY
  210. Science won't stop until it beats AIDS, says HIV pioneer - Reuters
  211. More Hospitals Encourage Mothers to Breastfeed - WCTV
  212. Here's Why Oldest Children Are More Likely to Be Nearsighted - TIME
  213. UPDATE 1-J&J starts clinical trial of Ebola vaccine in Sierra Leone - Reuters
  214. Researchers excited over promising new drug for treating MS - OCRegister
  215. Toddler Dies of E.Coli Infection after Visiting Petting Zoo - Times Gazette
  216. Health: Help On National Depression Screening Day - CBS Local
  217. Scottish nurse Pauline Cafferkey treated for Ebola 'complication' - BBC News
  218. BRIEF-Fagron Q3 revenue up 3.5 pct at 113.5 mln euros
  219. House Majority Leader Kevin McCarthy drops out of race for House speaker - Washington Post
  220. Hero of France train attack stabbed multiple times - CBS News
  221. South Carolina City To Pay $6.5 Million Settlement For Fatally Shooting Walter ... - Huffington Post
  222. Netanyahu prohibits Israeli parliament from visiting Temple Mount - Washington Post
  223. Swiss stocks - Factors to watch on Oct 9
  224. Belgium's Fagron posts Q3 organic revenue drop
  225. BRIEF-Galapagos positive safety and tolerability for novel potentiator GLPG1837
  226. Johnson scores two touchdowns as Colts beat Texans 27-20
  227. Youthful Astros launch ALDS with road win over Royals
  228. Youthful Astros beat Royals to take upper hand
  229. Science won't stop until it beats AIDS, says HIV pioneer
  230. Carson suggests that gun rights might have changed history for Jews in WWII - Washington Post
  231. Failing Afghan economy helping Taliban return to power - CNN International
  232. One of Donald Trump's fans took the stage in Vegas and declared: 'I am ... - Washington Post
  233. What elephants can teach scientists about fighting cancer in humans - Los Angeles Times
  234. Breast cancer cases among men on the rise - USA TODAY
  235. More Hospitals Encourage Mothers to Breastfeed - WCTV
  236. UPDATE 1-Bid to repeal California school vaccination law falls short - Reuters
  237. Risk of Self Harm May Rise Following Bariatric Surgery - Scientific American
  238. Researchers excited over promising new drug for treating MS - OCRegister
  239. State awaiting results of tests from Oxford fairgrounds as it investigates 2 E ... - Press Herald
  240. Explosion at Washington State Dam Injures Six Employees - NBCNews.com
  241. Three Killed in Blast at Natural Gas Plant in Louisiana - Wall Street Journal
  242. Feds: Byrd-Bennett said 'tuition to pay and casinos to visit' led to kickbacks - Chicago Sun-Times
  243. Carson suggests that gun rights might have changed history for Jews in WWII - Washington Post
  244. City to Pay $6.5M Settlement to Family of Man Shot by Cop - ABC News
  245. Spencer Stone, hero in French train attack, in stable condition after stabbing - Fox News
  246. House Majority Leader Kevin McCarthy drops out of race for House speaker - Washington Post
  247. UPDATE 1-Bid to repeal California school vaccination law falls short
  248. Chile beat Brazil 2-0 in opening World Cup qualifier
  249. Ecuador stun Argentina to win 2-0 in Buenos Aires
  250. UPDATE 1-Bid to repeal California school vaccination law falls short - Reuters