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  1. Huge study of diabetes risk shows many common genes at play
  2. Archaeological Discovery: Ancient Philistine Cemetery in Israel Might Solve Mystery of Biblical 'Villains'
  3. Words from Congressman John Shimkus - Newton Press Mentor
  4. Dissolving Heart Stent For Coronary Diseases Gets FDA Approval - Immortal News
  5. Marijuana shops, forced to do business in cash, become targets of violent robberies - Los Angeles Times
  6. US pledges $410 million to fight AIDS in South Africa - Reuters
  7. Biting Your Nails May Help Your Allergies - TIME
  8. Lawsuits mount against FDA regs on e-cigarettes - The Hill
  9. Zika Virus Countdown: 'This Funding Is Done. It's Not Coming to Us' - NBCNews.com
  10. Concussion Rates Have Doubled Among U.S. Kids - Philly.com
  11. Police: Robbers Use Pokemon Go App to Find Victims - CBS Local
  12. Tim Duncan retires after 19 seasons, five NBA titles - ESPN
  13. Craig Morgan's son missing after boating accident - Fox News
  14. Did Hillary Clinton do enough to win over Bernie Sanders' backers? - CNN
  15. Pentagon will send hundreds more troops to Iraq following seizure of key airfield - Washington Post
  16. Theresa May poised to become British prime minister after lone rival quits race - Washington Post
  17. Family: Dallas suspect changed after military service - Washington Post
  18. The Baton Rouge photograph that everyone is talking about - CNN
  19. BRIEF-Sorrento, Servier enter exclusive worldwide license, collaboration agreement
  20. BRIEF-Amgen says FDA approves injection for a PCSK9 inhibitor
  21. UPDATE 1-Burberry says Celine's Gobbetti to succeed Bailey as CEO
  22. BRIEF-Wellington Management Group LLP reports 10.65 pct passicve stake in Clearside Biomedical
  23. Griezmann named player of the European Championship
  24. Open champion Johnson unsure if golf belongs at Olympics
  25. Novartis copy of Amgen arthritis drug highly similar: FDA staff
  26. Alzheimer's support group sessions planned in Hastings - Grand Island Independent
  27. Dissolving Heart Stent For Coronary Diseases Gets FDA Approval - Immortal News
  28. Marijuana shops, forced to do business in cash, become targets of violent robberies - Los Angeles Times
  29. US pledges $410 million to fight AIDS in South Africa - Reuters
  30. Houston's mosquito hunters take on Zika: 'We cannot spray our way out' - The Guardian
  31. Study: New concerns raised over teen e-cigarette use - USA TODAY
  32. Concussion Rates Have Doubled Among U.S. Kids - Philly.com
  33. Arrests in Cold Springs Fire as wildfire, evacuations continue to grow - Boulder Daily Camera
  34. South Sudan: US evacuates embassy staff in deadly violence - CNN
  35. Pokémon Go Users Become Targets Of Armed Robberies: Missouri Police - Tech Times
  36. Did Hillary Clinton do enough to win over Bernie Sanders' backers? - CNN
  37. US Secretary of Defense Ash Carter arrives in Baghdad - CNN
  38. Theresa May poised to become British prime minister after lone rival leaves race - Washington Post
  39. The latest: Dallas victims include 2 campus officers - The Boston Globe
  40. The Release of DeRay McKesson - The Atlantic
  41. Regulatory Decision Summary - SIMPONI
  42. BRIEF-Zogenix says determined to no longer seek stockholder approval of one-time option exchange program
  43. BRIEF-Sagent Pharma will be required to pay Nichi-Iko Pharma $24.3 mln upon termination of deal
  44. UPDATE 2-Novartis copy of Amgen arthritis drug highly similar -FDA staff
  45. BRIEF-Castlight Health says Siobhan Nolan Mangini promoted as CFO
  46. Burberry says Celine's Gobbetti to succeed Bailey as CEO
  47. BRIEF-Smith & Nephew says CFO Julie Brown to leave for Burberry
  48. BRIEF-Exiqon A/S to delist from Nasdaq Copenhagen A/S
  49. BRIEF-GE, Microsoft enter partnership to bring Predix technology to Azure cloud
  50. Dissolving Heart Stent For Coronary Diseases Gets FDA Approval - Immortal News
  51. Alzheimer's support group sessions planned in Hastings - Grand Island Independent
  52. Marijuana shops, forced to do business in cash, become targets of violent robberies - Los Angeles Times
  53. Could kids' thumb-sucking, nail-biting offer benefits? - CNN
  54. Health Highlights: July 11, 2016 - HealthDay
  55. US pledges $410 million to fight AIDS in South Africa - Reuters
  56. Study: New concerns raised over teen e-cigarette use - USA TODAY
  57. Concussion Rates Have Doubled Among U.S. Kids - Philly.com
  58. US evacuates non-emergency staff from South Sudan as deadly fighting intensifies - Fox News
  59. Pokémon Go Users Become Targets Of Armed Robberies: Missouri Police - Tech Times
  60. China's Global Reputation Hinges on Upcoming South China Sea Court Decision - TIME
  61. Did Hillary Clinton do enough to win over Bernie Sanders' backers? - CNN
  62. US Secretary of Defense Ash Carter arrives in Baghdad - CNN
  63. Theresa May set to be Britain's PM as contender drops out - CNN
  64. Was Dallas cop killer Micah Johnson radicalized online? - CNN
  65. Black Lives Matter leader DeRay Mckesson released after being held in Baton Rouge on a night of tension and protests - Washington Post
  66. BRIEF-Zhejiang Dian Diagnostics sees H1 net profit up 40-60 pct
  67. Novartis copy of Amgen arthritis drug highly similar -FDA staff
  68. BRIEF-AstraZeneca says Health Canada approves tagrisso for treatment of non-small cell lung cancer
  69. BRIEF-Argos Therapeutics appoints Richard D. Katz as Chief Financial Officer
  70. BRIEF-St. Jude Medical receives FDA approval of SyncAV CRT software
  71. BRIEF-Abbvie says drug receives rare pediatric disease designation from FDA
  72. BRIEF-Celyad says early signing agreement with ONO is because of interest of companies - conf call
  73. BRIEF-Selvita unit signs contract for R&D services
  74. Golf - Troon member Montgomerie to hit first shot at 145th Open
  75. Eiffel Tower shut, France fetes end to Euros security test
  76. Sportsperson and celebrity manager WME-IMG to buy UFC
  77. Portugal prove they can flourish without Ronaldo on the pitch
  78. U.S. pledges $410 million to fight AIDS in South Africa
  79. Family Failure, Islamic Brainwashing to Blame for Student Terrorists, Bangladeshi Bishop Asserts
  80. Saeed Abedini Tells 100K at #FreeIran in Paris He Was Warned He'd 'Never Get Out of Iran Alive'
  81. Dissolving Heart Stent For Coronary Diseases Gets FDA Approval - Immortal News
  82. Exercise May Improve Stress-Related Memory Problems In Breast Cancer Survivors - Tech Times
  83. New study says pasta not a factor in obesity - Detroit Free Press
  84. Feds nearing a decision on whether pot has medical potential - Charlotte Observer
  85. Houston's mosquito hunters take on Zika: 'We cannot spray our way out' - The Guardian
  86. Study: New concerns raised over teen e-cigarette use - USA TODAY
  87. UK Conservative candidate apologizes over motherhood remarks - Washington Post
  88. Seizure of key air base near Mosul raises prospect of US escalation against ISIS - Washington Post
  89. Pokemon Go is a monster mobile hit - BBC News
  90. North Korea Makes Threats Over US THAAD Missile System - NBCNews.com
  91. China's Global Reputation Hinges on Upcoming South China Sea Court Decision - TIME
  92. South Sudan On Brink of Civil War as Juba Fighting Intensifies - NBCNews.com
  93. Black Lives Matter leader DeRay Mckesson released after being held in Baton Rouge on a night of tension and protests - Washington Post
  94. Rallies continue across USA protesting shootings by police - USA TODAY
  95. BRIEF-Qianjiang Yongan Pharmaceutical raises 2016 H1 net profit outlook
  96. BRIEF-Accelerate diagnostics submits De Novo request to FDA for phenosystem and phenotest BC kit
  97. BRIEF-Concord Medical announces receipt of "going private" proposal
  98. BRIEF-Nobilis names Kenneth Efird as president
  99. BRIEF-Nobilis names Kenneth Efird as president
  100. AIRSHOW-China's Xiamen Airlines signs MOU for up to 30 Boeing 737 MAX 200 planes
  101. BRIEF-Audentes Therapeutics sees IPO of 5 mln shares priced between $14-$16 per share
  102. BRIEF-Endonovo Therapeutics to acquire Rio Grande Neurosciences
  103. Trailblazer Mills taps heartland for Rio inspiration
  104. American Reed game for Rio 'risk'
  105. US Gov't Won't Work With Iraqi Christians for Fear of Being Called 'Crusader Army,' Nina Shea Says
  106. Fernley rallies around cancer survivors at Relay for Life - Reno Gazette Journal
  107. Feds nearing a decision on whether pot has medical potential - Charlotte Observer
  108. Exercise May Improve Stress-Related Memory Problems In Breast Cancer Survivors - Tech Times
  109. New study says pasta not a factor in obesity - Detroit Free Press
  110. Dissolving Heart Stent For Coronary Diseases Gets FDA Approval - Immortal News
  111. Zika virus is a risk in border regions - Arizona Daily Star
  112. 'Baptists, Bootleggers & Electronic Cigarettes': A response to Professor Berman - Washington Post
  113. She wasn't a cop and she wasn't white, but she took a bullet in Dallas while protecting her sons - Los Angeles Times
  114. Armed muggers use Pokémon Go to find victims - Ars Technica
  115. Asia Pacific|China's Menacing Words for a Boat in Disputed Waters: 'Get Out!' - New York Times
  116. 8 Somali Soldiers Killed in Suicide Car Bomb, Attack at Base - ABC News
  117. North Korea Makes Threats Over US THAAD Missile System - NBCNews.com
  118. Violence in South Sudan Kills Two Chinese UN Peacekeepers - Wall Street Journal
  119. Black Lives Matter leader DeRay Mckesson released after being held in Baton Rouge on a night of tension and protests - Washington Post
  120. July 11: Dallas, Sterling and Castile - New York Daily News
  121. BRIEF-Tibet Rhodiola Pharmaceutical Holding merges 100-pct-owned Tibet pharmaceutical unit
  122. Australia declares AIDS no longer public health issue
  123. BRIEF-Ningbo Kangqiang Electronics enters into strategic cooperative frame agreement with Shenzhen asset management firm
  124. AIRSHOW-GE Aviation sees no need for further jet production increases
  125. BRIEF-Zhejiang Garden Bio-chemical High-tech expects 2016 H1 net profit to increase by 33.59~50.02 percent
  126. BRIEF-Huaren Pharmaceutical's share trade to resume on July 12
  127. BRIEF-Chengzhi Shareholding buys stake in unit for 90.5 mln yuan
  128. BRIEF-Sichuan Maker Biotechnology sees H1 net profit up 20-50 pct
  129. Australia declares AIDS no longer public health issue
  130. Combating ticks and lyme disease - Pocono Record
  131. Feds nearing a decision on whether pot has medical potential - Charlotte Observer
  132. Exercise May Improve Stress-Related Memory Problems In Breast Cancer Survivors - Tech Times
  133. FDA approves absorbable stent to treat heart disease - Pulse Headlines
  134. New study says pasta not a factor in obesity - Detroit Free Press
  135. Zika virus is a risk in border regions - Arizona Daily Star
  136. 'Baptists, Bootleggers & Electronic Cigarettes': A response to Professor Berman - Washington Post
  137. Campers arrested in connection with wildfire - The Columbian
  138. Armed muggers use Pokémon Go to find victims - Ars Technica
  139. Carter: US Will Use Iraq City as Base to Retake Mosul - New York Times
  140. South Sudan: US evacuates embassy staff amid 'sudden and serious' fighting - CNN
  141. North Korea threatens "physical response" against US THAAD system deployment - Reuters
  142. She wasn't a cop and she wasn't white, but she took a bullet in Dallas while protecting her sons - Los Angeles Times
  143. Dallas police chief: Shooter had larger plans - CNN
  144. Black Lives Matter leader DeRay Mckesson released after being held in Baton Rouge on a night of tension and protests - Washington Post
  145. BRIEF-Jinling Pharmaceutical to pay 2015 dividend on July 15
  146. BRIEF-Celyad enters into license agreement with ONO Pharmaceutical
  147. Combating ticks and lyme disease - Pocono Record
  148. Feds nearing a decision on whether pot has medical potential - Charlotte Observer
  149. New study says pasta not a factor in obesity - Detroit Free Press
  150. FDA approves absorbable stent to treat heart disease - Pulse Headlines
  151. Exercise May Improve Stress-Related Memory Problems In Breast Cancer Survivors - Tech Times
  152. Zika virus is a risk in border regions - Arizona Daily Star
  153. 'Baptists, Bootleggers & Electronic Cigarettes': A response to Professor Berman - Washington Post
  154. Concussion rates have doubled among U.S. kids - UPI.com
  155. A Saudi Morals Enforcer Called for a More Liberal Islam. Then the Death Threats Began. - New York Times
  156. India to extend $92 mn loan for Tanzania water projects - The BRICS Post
  157. Armed Robbers Used Pokemon Go App to Target Victims, According to Cops - ABC News
  158. North Korea threatens 'powerful' measures over US missile system deployment - Fox News
  159. Seizure of key air base near Mosul raises prospect of US escalation against ISIS - Washington Post
  160. Protesters Chanting 'Black Lives Matter' Converge In Inglewood, Snarling Traffic - CBS Local
  161. She wasn't a cop and she wasn't white, but she took a bullet in Dallas while protecting her sons - Los Angeles Times
  162. Dallas Gunman Had Plans for Wider Attack, Police Say - New York Times
  163. BRIEF-Sygnis: global launch of Trueprime Single Cell WGA Kit V2
  164. BRIEF-Trans Genic says cellular stress-visualized mouse has been patents in Japan
  165. BRIEF-Japan's Nichi-Iko to buy Sagent Pharmaceuticals for $21.75 per share in cash
  166. BRIEF-Diurnal Group says primary endpoint met in Infacort late-stage study
  167. BRIEF-Jilin Aodong Pharmaceutical Group expects 2016 H1 net profit to fall
  168. BRIEF-Genexine issues 19.99 bln won worth convertible bonds
  169. BRIEF-Adjuvant Cosme Japan forms business and capital alliance with JNJ's units
  170. Combating ticks and lyme disease - Pocono Record
  171. Feds nearing a decision on whether pot has medical potential - Charlotte Observer
  172. FDA approves absorbable stent to treat heart disease - Pulse Headlines
  173. New study says pasta not a factor in obesity - Detroit Free Press
  174. Exercise May Improve Stress-Related Memory Problems In Breast Cancer Survivors - Tech Times
  175. 'Baptists, Bootleggers & Electronic Cigarettes': A response to Professor Berman - Washington Post
  176. Zika virus is a risk in border regions - Arizona Daily Star
  177. Concussion rates have doubled among U.S. kids - UPI.com
  178. South Sudan: US evacuates embassy staff amid 'sudden and serious' fighting - CNN
  179. Saudi Energy Minister Says Oil Market Is Balancing - Rigzone
  180. 2 Campers From Alabama Accused Of Starting Cold Springs Fire - CBS Local
  181. Kashmir fear after mob drowns policeman - BBC News
  182. Armed Robbers Used Pokemon Go App to Target Victims, According to Cops - ABC News
  183. Modi tour: Seven things about Africa and India - BBC News
  184. She wasn't a cop and she wasn't white, but she took a bullet in Dallas while protecting her sons - Los Angeles Times
  185. Dallas police chief: Shooter had larger plans - CNN
  186. BRIEF-GENEMATRIX receives patent
  187. BRIEF-LLS makes second equity investment in Kiadis Pharma for ATIR101 phase II development
  188. BRIEF-Sinocare to divest 38.5 pct stake in domestic SPV
  189. BRIEF-Evotec to begin drug discovery collaboration with Research UK
  190. BRIEF-AB Science says preclinical data show neuroprotective effect of Masitinib in amyotrophic lateral sclerosis
  191. BRIEF-Renhe Pharmacy unit gets GMP certificate
  192. French and Benelux stocks-Factors to watch on July 11
  193. BRIEF-Wright Medical Group says Corin to acquire its large joints business
  194. Douglas says ready to improve ahead of Rio
  195. Fernley rallies around cancer survivors at Relay for Life - Reno Gazette Journal
  196. Combating ticks and lyme disease - Pocono Record
  197. Feds nearing a decision on whether pot has medical potential - Charlotte Observer
  198. New study says pasta not a factor in obesity - Detroit Free Press
  199. FDA approves absorbable stent to treat heart disease - Pulse Headlines
  200. Exercise May Improve Stress-Related Memory Problems In Breast Cancer Survivors - Tech Times
  201. Zika virus is a risk in border regions - Arizona Daily Star
  202. 'Baptists, Bootleggers & Electronic Cigarettes': A response to Professor Berman - Washington Post
  203. Texas Governor Burned in Accident; Could Miss GOP Convention - ABC News
  204. Terrorist recruitment - Daily Times
  205. 2 Campers From Alabama Accused Of Starting Cold Springs Fire - CBS Local
  206. Armed Robbers Used Pokemon Go App to Target Victims, According to Cops - ABC News
  207. South Sudan: US evacuates embassy staff amid 'sudden and serious' fighting - CNN
  208. Hundreds arrested in protests over shootings by police - CNN
  209. She wasn't a cop and she wasn't white, but she took a bullet in Dallas while protecting her sons - Los Angeles Times
  210. Latest: Texas college says 2 of its officers hurt in attack - Washington Post
  211. INSIGHT-False hope? China's military hospitals offer illegal experimental cures
  212. BRIEF-Shapuaisi Pharmaceutical cuts share issue size
  213. BRIEF-Ipsen SA says David Meek appointed as CEO
  214. BRIEF-Tibet Cheezheng Tibetan Medicine to pay 2015 div on July 15
  215. Biles wins Olympic trials, targets Rio gold
  216. False hope? China's military hospitals offer illegal experimental cures
  217. Feds nearing a decision on whether pot has medical potential - Charlotte Observer
  218. West Nile detected in Redwood City, Atherton - The Mercury News
  219. Officials detail case of 'very sick individuals' in Amite arrested for keeping autistic woman in cage, sex trafficking - The Advocate
  220. Fernley rallies around cancer survivors at Relay for Life - Reno Gazette Journal
  221. Lyme Disease TV Special Draws Big Audience (Video) - Huffington Post
  222. New study says pasta not a factor in obesity - Detroit Free Press
  223. Exercise May Improve Stress-Related Memory Problems In Breast Cancer Survivors - Tech Times
  224. Zika virus is a risk in border regions - Arizona Daily Star
  225. Cold Springs fire evacuees say packing up their lives to flee has been “surreal” - The Denver Post
  226. South Sudan: US evacuates embassy staff amid 'sudden and serious' fighting - CNN
  227. Ellington, Babbitt, Haslem part of massive Sunday haul for Heat - Sun Sentinel
  228. Robbers target players of popular Pokemon Go smartphone game, police in O'Fallon, Mo., say - STLtoday.com
  229. Islamic State recent attacks counter John Kerry's claim of despair - Washington Times
  230. Hundreds arrested in protests over shootings by police - CNN
  231. Dallas sniper victims included fathers, volunteers, veterans - Washington Post
  232. She wasn't a cop and she wasn't white, but she took a bullet in Dallas while shielding her son - Los Angeles Times
  233. BRIEF-Anterogen receives patent
  234. Felix misses U.S. team as Bowie surprises in 200m
  235. Fogging Set This Week After Mosquitoes With West Nile Virus Found - Patch.com
  236. Officials detail case of 'very sick individuals' in Amite arrested for keeping autistic woman in cage, sex trafficking - The Advocate
  237. Fernley rallies around cancer survivors at Relay for Life - Reno Gazette Journal
  238. Lyme Disease TV Special Draws Big Audience (Video) - Huffington Post
  239. New study says pasta not a factor in obesity - Detroit Free Press
  240. Dissolving Heart Stent For Coronary Diseases Gets FDA Approval - Immortal News
  241. Breast Cancer Survivors Need Regular Exercise to Control Stress Levels: Study - Latin Post
  242. Zika virus fears create demand for mosquito spraying - The Telegraph
  243. Man fatally shot by off-duty Missouri cop after online dispute over Black Lives Matter: family - Chicago Tribune
  244. Texas Governor Burned in Accident; Could Miss GOP Convention - ABC News
  245. Cristiano Ronaldo revels in Portugal's effort to win Euro 2016 without him - Sports Illustrated
  246. Hayden Pass fire grows to 5000 acres - 9NEWS.com
  247. Heat re-sign Udonis Haslem, add Wayne Ellington, James Johnson - ESPN
  248. Armed Robbers Used Pokemon Go App to Target Victims, According to Cops - ABC News
  249. She wasn't a cop and she wasn't white, but she took a bullet in Dallas while shielding her son - Los Angeles Times
  250. Dallas sniper victims included fathers, volunteers, veterans - Washington Post