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  1. Stephen Colbert turns Donald Trump into his straight man - Washington Post
  2. University of Delaware: Lanterns remains mistaken for nooses - Washington Post
  3. Huge price surge for another old drug called off - CBS News
  4. Europe has 'alarming' rates of smoking, drinking and obesity, says WHO - Fox News
  5. Nestle pushes further into medicine with planned Alzheimer's test - Reuters
  6. Sex is Safe After Heart Attack - I4U News
  7. Get rid of depression by fixing sleep apnea; Find out how! - Nature World Report
  8. UPDATE 1-FDA advisers to weigh concerns over Bayer's Essure contraceptive - Reuters
  9. 'Pharma bro' Martin Shkreli and the very American debate over maximizing profit - Washington Post
  10. Los Angeles panel proposes homelessness emergency, funds - Miami Herald
  11. This one simple thing could be causing your depression - BABW News
  12. UPDATE 1-Nestle pushes further into medicine with planned Alzheimer's test - Reuters
  13. UPDATE 1-FDA advisers to weigh concerns over Bayer's Essure contraceptive - Reuters
  14. 'Happy birthday' to all of us: Judge gives world a gift, says song belongs to ... - Washington Post
  15. Nooses found hanging from tree on University of Delaware campus - USA TODAY
  16. Colbert bests Trump - Politico
  17. Volkswagen chief faces grilling by board over diesel scandal - Reuters
  18. Divided EU leaders to offer cash for Syria refugees - Reuters
  19. Martin Shkreli Lowers Drug Price, Is Still an Asshole - Daily Beast
  20. Meetings, prayer and parade: Pope Francis prepares for DC debut - CNN
  21. Yankees Hall of Fame catcher Yogi Berra dies at 90 - Chicago Tribune
  22. Sex After Heart Attack Is Safe, Study Finds - Headlines & Global News
  23. Huge price surge for another old drug called off - CBS News
  24. Watch Mobile-area doctors, breast cancer survivors shake it to 'Shake It Off' - AL.com
  25. BRIEF-Jilin Zixin Pharma gets regulatory for private placement
  26. UPDATE 1-Nestle pushes further into medicine with planned Alzheimer's test
  27. Martin Shkreli Lowers Drug Price, Is Still an Asshole - Daily Beast
  28. Coffee consumption 'does not raise risk for common form of irregular heartbeat'
  29. Probiotic formula may hold key to cow's milk allergy
  30. World news: Gunmen kidnapped foreigners in the Philippines
  31. Some of the widely quoted philosophy of Yogi Berra - NBCSports.com
  32. VW chief faces grilling by board over diesel scandal - Reuters
  33. 'Happy birthday' to all of us: Judge gives world a gift, says song belongs to ... - Washington Post
  34. Hillary Clinton opposes Keystone XL pipeline - CNN
  35. Two Chinese Fighters Make 'Unsafe' Interception With US Spy Plane - Wall Street Journal
  36. A high fat diet leads to overeating because of faulty brain signaling
  37. FDA to Review Essure Birth Control Implant After Complaints - ABC News
  38. Martin Shkreli Lowers Drug Price, Is Still an Asshole - Daily Beast
  39. UPDATE 1-Nestle pushes further into medicine with planned Alzheimer's test - Reuters
  40. Sex After Heart Attack Is Safe, Study Finds - Headlines & Global News
  41. Huge price surge for another old drug called off - CBS News
  42. PETA suit claims monkey holds copyright to famous selfie - CNN
  43. Mouth guard offers promise in treating sleep apnea - Beatrice Daily Sun
  44. Watch Mobile-area doctors, breast cancer survivors shake it to 'Shake It Off' - AL.com
  45. Martin Shkreli Lowers Drug Price, Is Still an Asshole - Daily Beast
  46. Washington halts for Pope Francis, the most important man in the city this week - USA TODAY
  47. Yogi Berra: Unforgettable and incomparable - ESPN
  48. Swiss stocks - Factors to watch on Sept 23
  49. BRIEF-Onxeo says Paris commercial court handed down decision in litigation agains Eurofins group of companies and ABL
  50. BRIEF-ScandiDos Q1 EBITDA loss widens to SEK 6.5 million
  51. Nestle signs deal with biotech firm to develop Alzheimer's test
  52. BRIEF-Medistim introduces new specialized product for vascular surgery
  53. BRIEF-Shanghai Kingstar Winning Software gets approval for private placement
  54. Baseball legend Yogi Berra dies aged 90: MLB
  55. Nestle signs deal with biotech firm to develop Alzheimer's test
  56. EU ministers approve plan to redistribute migrants - The Boston Globe
  57. VW chief faces grilling by board over diesel scandal - Reuters
  58. Deputy saves drowning kids in dark pond; the dad is arrested - seattlepi.com
  59. 'Happy birthday' to all of us: Judge gives world a gift, says song belongs to ... - Washington Post
  60. Kids Should Eat Fruit, Not Drink It, New Research Suggests - WallStreet OTC
  61. Los Angeles officials propose to declare state of emergency over homelessness - Fox News
  62. City adds new activities to Breast Cancer Awareness Month - The Daily Nonpareil
  63. Huge price surge for another old drug called off - CBS News
  64. Mouth guard offers promise in treating sleep apnea - Beatrice Daily Sun
  65. What you should know about sex and heart attacks - The Seattle Times
  66. FDA to Review Essure Birth Control Implant After Complaints - ABC News
  67. Martin Shkreli Lowers Drug Price, Is Still an Asshole - Daily Beast
  68. BRIEF-Orpea reports H1 2015 results, announces acquisition of Vitalis in Germany
  69. BRIEF-Tigenix Allocsc-01 phase I data presented at European Society of Cardiology congress
  70. BRIEF-Addex Therapeutics: ADX71149 demonstrates synergistic efficacy with Levetiracetam in preclinical models of epilepsy
  71. BRIEF-arGEN-X partner Ruiyi announces first human dosing of Gerilimzumab
  72. NORDIC STOCKS - Factors to watch on Sept 23
  73. BRIEF-Korian confirms potential interest in Casa Reha
  74. Bird homers in tenth to lift Yankees past Blue Jays
  75. WADA signs agreement with China to tackle drug rings
  76. Mercedes seeking reassurance at Suzuka
  77. Pirates top Rockies, inch closer to playoff spot
  78. Tropical storm Ida news: Small changes seen in terms of storm's strength
  79. Pope Francis sets foot on US soil for first time ever, personally welcomed by ... - New York Daily News
  80. Martin Shkreli Lowers Drug Price, Is Still an Asshole - Daily Beast
  81. PHYSICIAN FOCUS: Breast Cancer - SouthCoastToday.com
  82. Apples most popular fruit among kids - Science Recorder
  83. What you should know about sex and heart attacks - The Seattle Times
  84. FDA to Review Essure Birth Control Implant After Complaints - ABC News
  85. Martin Shkreli Lowers Drug Price, Is Still an Asshole - Daily Beast
  86. UN Office in Seoul Intensifying Probes of Alleged Rights Abuses in North Korea - Wall Street Journal
  87. Clinton breaks silence, announces opposition to Keystone XL pipeline - Fox News
  88. Yankees legend Yogi Berra dead at 90 - New York Post
  89. FBI Said to Recover Personal E-Mails From Hillary Clinton Server - Bloomberg
  90. Hillary Clinton opposes Keystone XL pipeline - CNN
  91. State Department's account of e-mail request differs from Clinton's - Washington Post
  92. Pope Francis arrives in the U.S. for a 'new encounter' - Chicago Tribune
  93. Weightlifter C.J. Cummings Takes Gold at Youth Pan American Games
  94. Transgender Powerlifter Janae Marie Kroc Shares Unbelievable Story
  95. UPDATE 1-Dried toad and snakeskin: Old-school remedies cool China's vitamin fever
  96. Arrieta wins 20th of season as Cubs beat Brewers
  97. Detroit Tigers blow no-hitter but beat White Sox 2-1
  98. Music Company Does Not Own 'Happy Birthday' Song Copyright, Judge Rules - NBCNews.com
  99. China's president pledges to fight cyberattacks - Washington Post
  100. PHYSICIAN FOCUS: Breast Cancer - SouthCoastToday.com
  101. Sleep Apnea: Depression Reduced Via CPAP Therapy In Patients - Science World Report
  102. Key Phase 3 studies of Bezlotoxumab meet primary end-point - NYSE Post
  103. Heart Attack Survivors, Rejoice: Sex Is Still Okay for Some - ABC News
  104. FDA to Review Essure Birth Control Implant After Complaints - ABC News
  105. Chinese jet performs 'unsafe' maneuver near US plane, Pentagon says - CNN
  106. Hillary Clinton opposes Keystone XL pipeline - CNN
  107. State Department's account of e-mail request differs from Clinton's - Washington Post
  108. Outrage could lead to lowering price of high-cost drugs - SFGate
  109. Pope Francis arrives in the US for a 'new encounter' - Washington Post
  110. Eating more fruits and non-starchy vegetables is associated with less weight gain
  111. HIGHLIGHTS-Thomson Reuters/INSEAD Q3 Asian Business Sentiment Survey -by economy
  112. HIGHLIGHTS-Thomson Reuters/INSEAD Q3 Asian Business Sentiment Survey -by sector
  113. Dried toad and snakeskin: Old-school remedies cool China's vitamin fever
  114. Volkswagen says 11 million cars hit by scandal, probes multiply - Reuters
  115. Music Company Does Not Own 'Happy Birthday' Song Copyright, Judge Rules - NBCNews.com
  116. Apples are American kids' favorite fruit - CBS 8 San Diego
  117. Huge price surge for another old drug called off - CBS News
  118. Planned Parenthood takes Alabama to court over Medicaid - STLtoday.com
  119. Key Phase 3 studies of Bezlotoxumab meet primary end-point - NYSE Post
  120. Heart Attack Survivors, Rejoice: Sex Is Still Okay for Some - ABC News
  121. FDA to Review Essure Birth Control Implant After Complaints - ABC News
  122. Outrage could lead to lowering price of high-cost drugs - SFGate
  123. UPDATE 4-As clock ticks, U.S. Senate seeks way to avert shutdown
  124. REFILE-UPDATE 1-U.S. drugmaker Turing to roll back 5,000 pct price hike
  125. RPT-Clinton plan on U.S. drug costs adds to pressure for lower prices
  126. UPDATE 1-Mylan countersues Perrigo over 'misstatements' about tender offer
  127. Barring "suicide hotspots" cuts number who take their own life
  128. Europe has "alarming" rates of smoking, drinking and obesity - WHO
  129. U.S. drug industry distances itself from company with 5,000 pct price hike
  130. 5 Ways To Gain 15 Pounds!
  131. UPDATE 6-Clinton proposes $250 monthly cap on prescription drug costs
  132. Kiwi Villumsen finally claims time trial gold
  133. Clinton proposes $250 monthly cap on prescription drug costs
  134. U.S. drugmaker Turing to roll back 5,000 percent price hike
  135. Clinton plan on U.S. drug costs adds to pressure for lower prices
  136. Dried toad and snakeskin: Old-school remedies cool China's vitamin fever
  137. Europe has 'alarming' rates of smoking, drinking and obesity: WHO
  138. Barring 'suicide hotspots' cuts number who take their own life
  139. Watson inspired by Day aggression, but not at East Lake
  140. UCI approves reforms for men's professional cycling
  141. 6 Reasons Women Should Lift
  142. Watch Some of the Top Moments from Olympia Expo Day 2
  143. Watch Mobile-area doctors, breast cancer survivors shake it to 'Shake It Off' - AL.com
  144. Europe has 'alarming' rates of smoking, drinking and obesity: WHO - Reuters
  145. Key Phase 3 studies of Bezlotoxumab meet primary end-point - NYSE Post
  146. Apples are American kids' favorite fruit - CBS 8 San Diego
  147. FDA to Review Essure Birth Control Implant After Complaints - ABC News
  148. Heart Attack Survivors, Rejoice: Sex Is Still Okay for Some - ABC News
  149. Drug CEO Will Lower Price of Daraprim After Hike Sparked Outrage - NBCNews.com
  150. As clock ticks, Senate seeks way to avert shutdown - Reuters
  151. Hero or horror? Junipero Serra, priest behind Calif. missions, to be made saint - CNN
  152. Judge: Case against man accused of shooting at George Zimmerman heads to trial - Orlando Sentinel
  153. October 2015
  154. September 2015
  155. Pope Francis has arrived in the United States. Here's what to expect. - Washington Post
  156. Drug CEO Will Lower Price of Daraprim After Hike Sparked Outrage - NBCNews.com
  157. Clinton breaks silence on Keystone pipeline, opposes it - Reuters
  158. Volkswagen says 11 million cars hit by scandal, probes multiply - Reuters
  159. EU votes to distribute 120000 asylum seekers across Europe - Washington Post
  160. CORRECTED-UPDATE 2-U.S. Senate to sidestep abortion fight in funding bill
  161. Smart home platform Wink for sale after Quirky seeks Chapter 11
  162. Furyk withdraws from Tour Championship with wrist injury
  163. Plenty at stake in season-ending Tour Championship
  164. American Baumann living the dream on logs and dishes
  165. People who see themselves as overweight are more likely to gain weight
  166. Heron Therapeutics shares jump after pain drug succeeds in trial
  167. Goldman CEO Blankfein says has 'highly curable' form of cancer
  168. Clinton proposes $250 monthly cap on prescription drug costs
  169. Mylan countersues Perrigo over 'misstatements' about tender offer
  170. Christians Must 'Get Their Heads Out of the Sand' and Help Persecuted Believers, Says Aid to the Church in Need Chairman (Part 2)
  171. Imam Says America, Europe Taking Muslim Refugees Will Only Help Spread Caliphate; Tells Muslim Refugees to Breed With Europeans
  172. Dried toad and snakeskin: Old-school remedies cool China's vitamin fever
  173. THE MOST DANGEROUS FORM OF CAFFEINE
  174. 3 Calorie-Torching HIIT Routines
  175. Key Phase 3 studies of Bezlotoxumab meet primary end-point - NYSE Post
  176. Heron Therapeutics shares jump after pain drug succeeds in trial - Reuters
  177. Doctor error, sometimes fatal, has no easy cure in sight, researchers say - CNN
  178. Apples are American kids' favorite fruit - WAOW
  179. Heart Attack Survivors, Rejoice: Sex Is Still Okay for Some - ABC News
  180. Sage grouse plan aims for balance between industry, wildlife - seattlepi.com
  181. EU votes to distribute 120000 asylum-seekers across Europe - Washington Post
  182. Deputy, gunman both dead after Florida Panhandle law office shooting - Orlando Sentinel
  183. Volkswagen says 11 million cars hit by scandal, probes multiply - Reuters
  184. Hillary Clinton's Keystone statement says more about the primaries than the ... - Washington Post
  185. Pope Francis arrives in US for historic visit - CNN
  186. 1 Food 5 Ways: Coconut
  187. Post-Authorization Activity Table for ZYDELIG
  188. Pope Francis has arrived in the United States. Here's what to expect. - Washington Post
  189. Volkswagen says 11 million cars hit by scandal, probes multiply - Reuters
  190. 6 Weighted Abs Exercises for a Shredded Stomach
  191. UPDATE 1-Blackhawk wins Patriot Coal bankruptcy auction
  192. U.S. antitrust lawmakers express concern about insurance mergers
  193. Zico says FIFA elections outdated, lack legitimacy
  194. Incognito, at heart of NFL's bullying scandal, visits former team
  195. Non-prescription device may ease urinary incontinence
  196. The Latest: Rancher: Sage grouse cooperation broke distrust - Washington Post
  197. Ben Carson's take on Islam wins support on the right - Washington Post
  198. European Union approves plan to relocate 120000 refugees across Europe - Fox News
  199. 'Breakthrough' drug may not mean what you think - Fox News
  200. Pressure grows over drugmaker that raised price of infection-fighting drug - Chicago Tribune
  201. C. Difficile Treatment: Merck's New Antibody Shows Promise In Treating Infection - Immortal News
  202. Study: Apples Most Popular Fruit Among Children - CBS Local
  203. Huge price surge for another old drug called off - CBS News
  204. Getting it Wrong: 'Everyone' Suffers An Incorrect or Late Diagnosis - NBCNews.com
  205. Officials to target urban areas in ObamaCare's third enrollment year - The Hill
  206. Heart Attack Survivors, Rejoice: Sex Is Still Okay for Some - ABC News
  207. Senate Republicans introduce spending bill to avert shutdown, defund Planned ... - Washington Post
  208. BRIEF-EOS Imaging announces second installation in Hong Kong
  209. UPDATE 1-U.S. Senate Democrats block defense spending bill
  210. U.S. Senate Democrats block defense spending bill
  211. This Coach Kicked 120 Pounds And Inspired His Students!
  212. Almost a fifth of children's fruit intake comes from apples
  213. BRIEF-Txcell H1 net loss widens to 5.7 million euros
  214. GE names brand executive Boff as chief marketing officer
  215. Bankrupt Patriot Coal seeks end to retiree healthcare plans
  216. WTA chief Allaster to resign for personal reasons
  217. How Medicare’s 'chronic care management' payments could affect primary care
  218. McDonald's cage-free egg pledge pressures farmers, squeezes supply
  219. A text message a day may keep the doctor away
  220. Parental nicotine dependence predicts teen smoking
  221. Regulatory Decision Summary - VECTIBIX
  222. Pope Francis in the US: How He'll Be Traveling - ABC News
  223. Volkswagen says 11 million cars hit by scandal, probes multiply - Reuters
  224. C. Difficile Treatment: Merck's New Antibody Shows Promise In Treating Infection - Immortal News
  225. Americans overpaying hugely for cancer drugs, academic study finds - Fox News
  226. Fresh apples are No. 1 among children - The Packer
  227. Price Hike for Tuberculosis Drug Cycloserine Rolled Back From 2000% Jump - NBCNews.com
  228. A text message a day may keep the doctor away - Reuters
  229. Heart Attack Survivors, Rejoice: Sex Is Still Okay for Some - ABC News
  230. Third ACA sign-up period to focus on 10.5 million uninsured Americans - Washington Post
  231. Getting it Wrong: 'Everyone' Suffers An Incorrect or Late Diagnosis - NBCNews.com
  232. Kentucky Clerk Kim Davis says God is her boss while bearing giant cross - New York Daily News
  233. Detested ex-hedge funder increases price of pill protecting AIDS, cancer ... - New York Daily News
  234. Donald Trump and the political power of incoherence - Washington Post
  235. Ben Carson softens tone on Muslims, says he was taken out of context - Washington Post
  236. BRIEF-Coloplast takes $448 mln charge for U.S. lawsuit
  237. Reforms needed to address medical diagnostic errors - U.S. report
  238. UPDATE 1-FDA advisers to weigh concerns over Bayer's Essure contraceptive
  239. Superbug study reveals how E. coli strain acquired deadly powers
  240. 3-Week Training to Keep A Shredded Physique
  241. 100-Year-Old Man Breaks 5 Olympic World Records
  242. 19 Kick-Butt Cardio Workout Routines
  243. Coca-Cola says spent nearly $120 mln on health research
  244. French groups bid for German nursing home firm Casa Reha-sources
  245. UPDATE 1-French groups bid for German nursing home firm Casa Reha-sources
  246. Siemens to cut fewer German jobs than planned - Handelsblatt
  247. Pistorius appeal set for Nov. 3, state wants murder conviction
  248. U.S. says 17.6 million Americans gained health insurance through law
  249. Asia's biggest vaccine maker to seek fast-track nod for dengue drug in India
  250. Reforms needed to address medical diagnostic errors: U.S. report