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  1. Keys, Stephens head next U.S. generation
  2. History-chasing Serena already best ever: analysts
  3. Spieth misses Barclays cut, loses top ranking to McIlroy
  4. Appeals court deals blow to lawsuit over NSA's bulk phone data collection - Washington Post
  5. Democratic challengers launch attacks against Clinton, party leadership - Washington Post
  6. Hillary Clinton Defends Bill Clinton's 'Unusual' Paid Speech Vetting Requests - ABC News
  7. Antibiotics Heighten Type 2 Diabetes Risk - Science World Report
  8. Risky Eye Business? Contact Lens Wearers Tell All - Dispatch Times
  9. Hearing aids help 6-month-old twins hear parents for first time - Fox News
  10. Caffeine may chip a couple strokes off golf score - Reuters
  11. Drinking water doesn't prevent a hangover, study says - BBC News
  12. Mom of Conjoined Twins Gives Birth Despite Knowing Only One Child Will Survive - ABC News
  13. UPDATE 1-FDA warns of severe joint pain risk with DPP-4 diabetes drugs - Reuters
  14. Blood test analyzes DNA markers to detect breast cancer relapse - NYC Today
  15. Uber Hires Security Researchers Who Hacked Moving Jeep - NBCNews.com
  16. Keep off: Judges rule Supreme Court can ban plaza protests - Sacramento Bee
  17. Planned Parenthood goes to court to fight funding cuts in Alabama - Reuters
  18. Pilot practicing ahead of New York Air Show crashes, dies - CNN
  19. Tropical Storm Erika Kills At Least 12 in Caribbean, Florida Governor Declares ... - NBCNews.com
  20. UPDATE 1-FDA warns of severe joint pain risk with DPP-4 diabetes drugs
  21. Planned Parenthood goes to court to fight funding cuts in Alabama
  22. Two people, including police officer, killed in Louisiana - CNN International
  23. UPDATE 1-FDA warns of severe joint pain risk with DPP-4 diabetes drugs - Reuters
  24. Mom of Conjoined Twins Gives Birth Despite Knowing Only One Child Will Survive - ABC News
  25. More Evidence Ties Antibiotics to Type 2 Diabetes Risk - MedPage Today
  26. New drug could dramatically reduce cholesterol - USA TODAY
  27. Contact Lens Wearers: Risking Severe Eye Infections And Extreme Blindness, CDC ... - The Market Business
  28. Hearing aids help 6-month-old twins hear parents for first time - Fox News
  29. Caffeine may chip a couple strokes off golf score - Reuters
  30. New Breakthrough Blood Test Could Detect Breast Cancer Relapse - The Market Business
  31. Appeals court upholds ban on demonstrations on the Supreme Court plaza - Washington Post
  32. Migrant crisis: Libya searches for more bodies - BBC News
  33. Despite Ruling, Kentucky Gay Couple Denied Marriage License For The Third Time ... - Daily Caller
  34. Driver of lorry containing 71 dead refugees is arrested - The Guardian
  35. Nazi treasure train: Polish culture minister '99 per cent' sure mystery train ... - ABC Online
  36. The Go Small to Get Big Arm's Workout
  37. Judge releases Argentine FIFA suspects from house arrest
  38. Presidents Cup must emulate Ryder: Price
  39. Caffeine may chip a couple strokes off golf score
  40. O'Malley blasts Democratic leaders for 'rigged' 2016 debate process - Washington Post
  41. Maine immunization rates for toddlers now nation's highest - Washington Times
  42. The Inspiring, Butt-Kicking Way One Woman Healed Her Broken Heart
  43. Contact Lens Wearers: Risking Severe Eye Infections & Blindness, CDC says - The Market Business
  44. Sleep-deprived kids are more tempted by food - Philly.com
  45. Hearing aids help 6-month-old twins hear parents for first time - Fox News
  46. Polio virus lingered in man's gut for decades - USA TODAY
  47. More Evidence Ties Antibiotics to Type 2 Diabetes Risk - MedPage Today
  48. Caffeine may chip a couple strokes off golf score - Reuters
  49. New Breakthrough Blood Test Could Detect The Breast Cancer Relapse - The Market Business
  50. Baxalta in talks to buy U.S. hematology-oncology specialist - Bloomberg
  51. BRIEF-Pierrel H1 net loss narrows to 3.2 million euros
  52. BRIEF-Therametrics H1 EBITDA loss narrows to EUR 2.2 mln
  53. 20 Must-Read Questions With Figure Olympia Champ Nicole Wilkins!
  54. NFL Hall of Famer's Biggest Challenge
  55. Mayweather Bucks Trend, Releases Rare Sparring Footage
  56. FDA warns of severe joint pain risk with DPP-4 diabetes drugs
  57. UPDATE 1-Baxalta in talks to buy hematology-oncology specialist -Bloomberg
  58. Pope's favorite soccer club dismisses 'crazy' report of Trump offer
  59. Froome loses ground in Vuelta stage
  60. Al Arbour, former longtime coach of NHL's Islanders, dies
  61. Johnson, Stenson, Finau clubhouse leaders at The Barclays
  62. FDA warns of severe joint pain risk with DPP-4 diabetes drugs
  63. Legionnaires' disease prompts California prison to shut off water
  64. Space debris around Earth is a major hazard.
  65. Professional Kayaker Dane Jackson Was Born to Paddle
  66. Owen Labrie, Former Student at Elite Prep School, Acquitted of Felony Sexual ... - NBCNews.com
  67. CDC Contact Lens Health Week: Taking Care Of Your Eyes - Tech Times
  68. Sleep-deprived kids are more tempted by food - Philly.com
  69. FDA Approves Second Drug in New Class of Cholesterol-Lowering Medications WebMD - WebMD
  70. Hearing aids help 6-month-old twins hear parents for first time - Fox News
  71. Polio virus lingered in man's gut for decades - USA TODAY
  72. New Breakthrough Blood Test Can Detect Breast Cancer Relapse - Immortal News
  73. Legionnaires' disease prompts California prison to shut off water - Reuters
  74. CDC: Kindergarten Vax Rate High, But Not High Enough - MedPage Today
  75. Italy arrests 10 in migrant deaths at sea; Austrian officials sort out deaths ... - CNN
  76. WDBJ slayings: Disguises in gunman's car may have been for getaway - CNN
  77. State of emergency in Florida as Tropical Storm Erika nears - USA TODAY
  78. Excitement mounts over Nazi treasure train as Polish officials buy in - Los Angeles Times
  79. Katrina Q&A: New Orleans before and after the historic storm - USA TODAY
  80. A DC appeals court has lifted an injunction against the NSA phone call records ... - Washington Post
  81. Children among 71 dead in Austrian truck tragedy as police make arrests - Washington Post
  82. WDBJ slayings: Reporter, cameraman had gunshot wounds to head - CNN
  83. 12 dead, others missing after Tropical Storm Erika's deluge hits Dominica - CNN
  84. Regulatory Decision Summary - VIIBRYD
  85. BRIEF-Grindeks H1 net group profit up 14 percent to EUR 3.2 mln
  86. BRIEF-Human Stem Cells Institute H1 net profit drops to RUB 13.9 mln
  87. BRIEF-RTA Laboratuvarlari to start strategic partnership talks with Serenay Ambalaj
  88. BRIEF-Biogened gets 5 million zloty loan from Bank Zachodni WBK
  89. BRIEF-Aspen Pharmacare sees FY HEPS up 10-15 pct to 1118-1168.9 cents
  90. Ailing Merritt takes bronze behind Shubenkov
  91. Austrian Horror Discovery: 71 Migrants, Including Four Children, Found Dead in Abandoned Truck
  92. The Latest: Bush Praises New Orleans Charter Schools - ABC News
  93. A DC appeals court has lifted an injunction against the NSA phone call records ... - Washington Post
  94. Nazi Gold-Train Hunters Used Map Drawn on Deathbed: Official - NBCNews.com
  95. School lunches are getting healthier: CDC - New York Daily News
  96. CDC warns against swimming and showering with contact lens - Fox 28
  97. Polio virus lingered in man's gut for decades - USA TODAY
  98. CDC: Kindergarten Vax Rate High, But Not High Enough - MedPage Today
  99. Hearing aids help 6-month-old twins hear parents for first time - Fox News
  100. Researchers in London developing blood test to detect cancer relapse - NYC Today
  101. 'Neurotic people tend to be more creative' - The Hindu
  102. New drug could dramatically reduce cholesterol - Detroit Free Press
  103. Teen gets more than 11 years for helping Islamic State - Fox News
  104. No suspect identified in shooting death of Georgia university student - Reuters
  105. BRIEF-PZ Cormay allots 31,861,977 series K shares
  106. How Fit Is Your Home State?
  107. Death toll of migrants found in Austrian van hits 71 - USA TODAY
  108. Migrant crisis: Libya boats search for more bodies - BBC News
  109. Tropical Storm Erika Leaves Trail of Deadly Destruction, Headed Towards Florida - ABC News
  110. BRIEF-China Animal Husbandry to issue up to 1.2 bln yuan bonds
  111. BRIEF-Guangxi Wuzhou Zhongheng's chairwoman probed for suspected bribery
  112. UPDATE 2-Mylan shareholders back Perrigo takeover, tender offer up next
  113. Schippers wins 200 meters gold at world championships
  114. American Bartoletta wins long jump
  115. Sleep-deprived kids are more tempted by food
  116. Iraqi Officials to Document Abuse of Persecuted Christians Amid Rise of ISIS
  117. Katrina 10 Years Later as Erika Heads for Florida and Hurricane Trump Surge ... - Fox News
  118. Vatican Says Ex-Envoy, Charged With Sexual Abuse, Has Died - NBCNews.com
  119. Healthier School Meals Offered Across U.S., Feds Find - Philly.com
  120. CDC warns against swimming and showering with contact lens - Fox 28
  121. Polio: Vaccinated British man shed virus for 30 years - BBC News
  122. See a Pair of Twins Hear Their Mom for the First Time - ABC News
  123. Some Parts Of The U.S. Still Have Unacceptably Low Vaccination Rates - Huffington Post
  124. Breast Cancer Relapse to be Predicted by Blood tests - University Herald
  125. FDA approves new cholesterol drug, Repatha - New York Daily News
  126. 'Neurotic people tend to be more creative' - The Hindu
  127. NLRB Edition: What's next for joint employer? Board rules on dues checkoff ... - Politico
  128. Julian Castro defends Hillary Clinton on emails, says running mate talk ... - CNN International
  129. Another college lockdown: Student shot to death in Georgia campus building - Washington Post
  130. Ten years after Katrina, the beat goes on in new Orleans - USA TODAY
  131. Ruling could ease way for unionizing at fast-food chains - Fayetteville Observer
  132. Police say 71 migrants suffocated to death in food truck, 3 suspects arrested - Fox News
  133. Mylan says shareholders back Perrigo takeover
  134. Americans Harper-Nelson, Harrison out of hurdles
  135. Christian Man Killed by Muslim In-Laws After Wife Gives Her Life to Jesus
  136. Persecuted Christians Walk 10 Hours in Dark of Night to Escape ISIS, Praise God for Still Being Alive
  137. Is Donald Trump rising, or is rest of Republican field sinking? (+video) - Christian Science Monitor
  138. Experimental Blood Test Can Accurately Predict Relapse Of Breast Cancer And ... - Tech Times
  139. CDC: Schools offer healthier meals - Food Business News (registration)
  140. Shorter Bursts Of Physical Activity Can Help Counter Idle Lifestyles Of Children - Tech Times
  141. CDC Contact Lens Health Week: Taking Care Of Your Eyes - Tech Times
  142. ACLU action helps a local woman undergo medical procedure at Catholic Hospital - NYC Today
  143. Polio: Vaccinated man 'has spread polio', say British scientists - BBC News
  144. See a Pair of Twins Hear Their Mom for the First Time - ABC News
  145. Neurotics are more creative: study - Latinos Health
  146. US, China stress positives ahead of Xi trip - Reuters
  147. US, South Korea Hold Joint Military Drill - Voice of America
  148. US ruling clears way for unions - BDlive
  149. Tropical Storm Erika eyes Florida, and the Miami Dolphins are ready - Washington Post
  150. RPT-Hedge funds that crowded into same names likely to nurse losses
  151. BRIEF-Le Noble Age lists 300,471 new ordinary shares on Euronext Paris - Euronext
  152. BRIEF-Meda says evaluation of U.S. operations one project amongst others
  153. Malaysia's IHH buys India's Global Hospitals for $195 million
  154. See a Pair of Twins Hear Their Mom for the First Time - ABC News
  155. Polio: Vaccinated man 'has spread polio', say British scientists - BBC News
  156. ACLU action helps a local woman undergo medical procedure at Catholic Hospital - NYC Today
  157. Clashes erupt between India and Pakistan along disputed border - Washington Post
  158. In very ill, probiotics don't prevent 'superbugs' from colonizing intestinal tract
  159. Blood test to detect breast cancer relapse - NYC Today
  160. Stroke Rounds: Recurrent Stroke Risk High for Childhood Cancer Survivors - MedPage Today
  161. 1-800 Contacts shares lens care tips - NYC Today
  162. Shorter Bursts Of Physical Activity Can Help Counter Idle Lifestyles Of Children - Tech Times
  163. North Korea's Kim Jong Un Says Nuclear Might Sealed Deal With South - NBCNews.com
  164. Labor's big comeback - Politico
  165. BRIEF-Shanghai Shyndec Pharmaceutical's chairman resigns
  166. Deals of the day- Mergers and acquisitions
  167. Back injury knocks Hardee out of decathlon
  168. BRIEF-Pharmstandard H1 net profit slightly up at RUB 3.69 bln
  169. BRIEF-OTCPharm H1 net profit down at RUB 1.06 bln
  170. BRIEF-Shenzhen Hepalink Pharmaceutical's H1 net profit up 150 pct
  171. India celebrates 'victory' in 1965 war with Pakistan - BBC News
  172. See a Pair of Twins Hear Their Mom for the First Time - ABC News
  173. Catholic Hospital: ACLU action against hospital has helped Woman undergo ... - The Market Business
  174. New drug could dramatically reduce cholesterol - USA TODAY
  175. Student dies after shooting at Georgia university - Reuters
  176. Why neurotic people are more creative - Business Standard
  177. Polio: Vaccinated man 'has spread polio', say British scientists - BBC News
  178. A New Cancer Study Says It is Possible to Detect Relapse of Early Stage Breast ... - Pioneer News
  179. Boat sinks off the coast of Libya, killing as many as 200; death toll up from ... - Washington Post
  180. Stroke Rounds: Recurrent Stroke Risk High for Childhood Cancer Survivors - MedPage Today
  181. Tips for cleaning your contact lenses - News-Medical.net
  182. Migrant tragedies on land and sea claim hundreds of lives - Reuters
  183. North Korea's Kim Jong Un Says Nuclear Might Sealed Deal With South - NBCNews.com
  184. Student dies after shooting at Georgia university - Reuters
  185. Union wins closely watched NLRB case over Who's the Boss - Philly.com
  186. 71 Dead Refugees Found in Truck on Austria Highway: Officials - NBCNews.com
  187. Fish oil-diet benefits may be mediated by gut microbes
  188. Tsipras's Lead Narrows as Greek Opposition Warns of Turmoil - Bloomberg
  189. A Simple Blood Test May Soon Predict The Return Of The Breast Cancer - International Business Times
  190. Neurotic? Moody neurotics are more likely to be creative genius - The Market Business
  191. First born girls tend to be overweight compared to younger sisters - Financial Express
  192. Stroke Rounds: Recurrent Stroke Risk High for Childhood Cancer Survivors - MedPage Today
  193. Tips for cleaning your contact lenses - News-Medical.net
  194. Catholic Hospital: ACLU action against hospital has helped Woman undergo ... - The Market Business
  195. Polio: Vaccinated man 'has spread polio', say British scientists - BBC News
  196. California lags in vaccinating children, CDC says - Los Angeles Times
  197. Course of Deadly Tropical Storm Erika Puzzles Forecasters - NBCNews.com
  198. WDBJ slayings: Gunman Vester Flanagan packed disguises for getaway - CNN
  199. The Labor Ruling McDonald's Has Been Dreading Just Became A Reality - Huffington Post
  200. Colorful potatoes may pack powerful cancer prevention punch
  201. South Sudan rebels, army again accuse each other of attacks after pact
  202. BRIEF-Brighter H1 pre-tax loss widens to SEK 5.2 million
  203. Japan slashes stadium costs, aims to meet IOC deadline
  204. Student dies after shooting at Georgia university - Reuters
  205. Democratic insiders: Joe Biden won't run - Politico
  206. Vatican says ex-envoy, charged with sexual abuse, has died - Bristol Herald Courier (press release) (blog)
  207. Stroke Rounds: Recurrent Stroke Risk High for Childhood Cancer Survivors - MedPage Today
  208. Tips for cleaning your contact lenses - News-Medical.net
  209. ACLU action helps a local woman undergo medical procedure at Catholic Hospital - NYC Today
  210. US Plague Deaths: Utah Man's Death Fourth So Far This Year - International Business Times
  211. Neurotic? You could be a creative genius - Independent Online
  212. Test to predict breast cancer - Times LIVE
  213. US FDA approves Repatha to treat certain patients with high cholesterol - Financial Express
  214. BRIEF-Rapid Nutrition acquires global rights to unique seaweed technology
  215. German stocks - Factors to watch on August 28
  216. BRIEF-Eifelhoehen Klinik H1 revenue up 7.2 pct yoy
  217. BRIEF-Serodus: CEO requests a purchase of 749,015 shares in rights issue
  218. BRIEF-Zealand Pharma Q2 net loss increases to DKK 76.8 million
  219. NORDIC STOCKS - Factors to watch on Aug 28
  220. PRESS DIGEST- New York Times business news - August 28
  221. Zhang tops high jump, Eaton in charge of decathlon
  222. Japan partly lifts U.S., Canada poultry ban after bird flu
  223. Union wins closely watched NLRB case over Who's the Boss - Philly.com
  224. EU migrant crisis: Austrian van death toll rises to 70 - USA TODAY
  225. Stroke Rounds: Recurrent Stroke Risk High for Childhood Cancer Survivors - MedPage Today
  226. Tips for cleaning your contact lenses - News-Medical.net
  227. ACLU action helps a local woman undergo medical procedure at Catholic Hospital - NYC Today
  228. Elderly Utah resident dies from plague: health officials - Reuters
  229. Neurotic? You could be a creative genius - Independent Online
  230. Test to predict breast cancer - Times LIVE
  231. Amgen wins approval for second biotech cholesterol drug - Washington Post
  232. Clinton Quietly Trying to Discourage Biden From a 2016 Bid - ABC News
  233. Man wounded in shooting at Georgia's Savannah State University - Fox News
  234. Wells Fargo front-runner to buy GE's railcar financing unit - Bloomberg
  235. BRIEF-Lepu Medical Technology gets regulatory approval for share private placement
  236. UPDATE 1-Cancer, transplant patients protest over Venezuela's medicine shortages
  237. BRIEF-Bachem Holding H1 net income up 1.6 pct to CHF 12.6 mln
  238. Swiss stocks - Factors to watch on Aug 28
  239. BRIEF -Kangmei Pharmaceutical's H1 net profit up 39.6 pct y/y
  240. Hedge funds that crowded into same names likely to nurse losses
  241. Bolt and Gatlin headed to Brussels, but will not meet
  242. Cancer, transplant patients protest over Venezuela's medicine shortages
  243. Fed ruling will let more workers bargain with parent cos. - Boston Herald
  244. Lockdown lifted after reports of shooting at Georgia's Savannah State University - Reuters
  245. Biden for president? He could give Texas Democrats a tough choice - Dallas Morning News
  246. School Lunches Are Getting Better Healthier, Anyway CDC Says - NBCNews.com
  247. Could a glass of water be the key to weight lose? - TV Newsroom
  248. Study: HIV does not cause AIDS, human immune cells do - UPI.com
  249. ACLU action helps a local woman undergo medical procedure at Catholic Hospital - NYC Today
  250. Utah man dies of plague in fourth US death this year - The Guardian