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  1. Impact of daily supplementation of Spirulina platensis on the immune system of naïve HIV-1 patients in Cameroon: a 12-months single blind, randomized, multicenter trial
  2. Horizon Pharma raises offer for Depomed
  3. European regulator approves Amgen's anti-cholesterol drug Repatha
  4. Lack of sleep causes cancer and leads to weight gain - Nature World Report
  5. Too much TV could raise the risk of Alzheimer's, study suggests - Washington Post
  6. Think eldest children have an advantage? Turns out birth order theories are ... - Telegraph.co.uk
  7. KNOW IT ALL: Tuesday's Top 7 Stories at NBC News - NBCNews.com
  8. New wave of Alzheimer's research aims to diagnose, treat much earlier - CBS News
  9. Marijuana helps broken bones heal, says Israeli scientific team - Haaretz
  10. Poverty Affects The Brain, Causes Lower Test Scores: Study - International Business Times
  11. North Korea says it won't do Iran-style nuclear deal with US - Fox News
  12. Archbishop Desmond Tutu leaves South Africa hospital - BBC News
  13. Antibiotics may boost risk of juvenile arthritis: study - New York Daily News
  14. Shift workers more likely to get cancer, scientists warn - The Independent
  15. New wave of Alzheimer's research aims to diagnose, treat much earlier - CBS News
  16. The bewildering inconsistency of Clinton's capital gains tax plan - Fortune
  17. Another month, another global heat record broken – by far - Kansas City Star
  18. California interstate bridge washed away by heavy rain passed inspection this year - Fox News
  19. Ohio's John Kasich brings heat, intrigue to 2016 GOP race - Los Angeles Times
  20. Death of woman found hanged in Texas cell to be treated like murder probe ... - Reuters
  21. North Korea says it won't do Iran-style nuclear deal with US - Fox News
  22. Zach attack earns Johnson victory at British Open
  23. Novartis bullish on Afinitor cancer drug despite new competition
  24. Man accused of giving bag of dirt to cancer patient as treatment - Los Angeles Times
  25. Marijuana helps broken bones heal, says Israeli scientific team - Haaretz
  26. BRIEF-Mediclinic to issue 111.1 million new shares
  27. Chattanooga gunman's troubling spiral fueled by drugs, booze and jihad - Fox News
  28. Poverty damages growth of child's brain: Study - Business Standard
  29. Antibiotics may boost risk of juvenile arthritis: study - New York Daily News
  30. Think eldest children have an advantage? Turns out birth order theories are ... - Telegraph.co.uk
  31. 3-year-old Chinese Toddler gets 3-D Printed Titanium Implant for Congenital ... - Northern Californian
  32. ISIS 'banning' of beheading videos a 'not surprising' PR move - PR Week
  33. Record heat for globe in June: US scientists - Rapid News Network
  34. North Korea: We're not interested in Iran-style nuclear talks - CNN
  35. Report: New York prison escapee spent months carving, finding his way out - CNN
  36. California interstate collapse reverberates to 2 states - Chron.com
  37. Death of woman found hanged in Texas cell to be treated like murder probe ... - Reuters
  38. Chattanooga gunman's troubling spiral fueled by drugs, booze and jihad - Fox News
  39. BRIEF-Zhejiang Hisun Pharma gets regulatory approval for bonds issue
  40. UAE's NMC Health to invest in Saudi, Qatar for Gulf expansion
  41. Poor sleeping patterns link to cancer - BBC News
  42. Man accused of giving bag of dirt to cancer patient as treatment - Los Angeles Times
  43. California police: Suspect in 5 homicides also linked to death of 2-year-old - Minneapolis Star Tribune
  44. Study Confirms Efficacy of Saliva Test for Detecting Alzheimer's - NYC Today
  45. Antibiotics may boost risk of juvenile arthritis: study - New York Daily News
  46. Poorer children develop 'smaller brains' - Medical News Today
  47. Think eldest children have an advantage? Turns out birth order theories are ... - Telegraph.co.uk
  48. 3-year-old Chinese Toddler gets 3-D Printed Titanium Implant for Congenital ... - Northern Californian
  49. Study finds marijuana can help heal bones - Stuff.co.nz
  50. Two killed as blasts, gunfire mar Burundi presidential vote - Reuters
  51. A Woman Born HIV-Positive Is in Remission Despite Stopping Treatment Years Ago - TIME
  52. On Cuba and Iran, Barack Obama defies his critics - Politico
  53. Record heat for globe in June: US scientists - Rapid News Network
  54. California interstate bridge washed away by heavy rain passed inspection this year - Fox News
  55. DA: It's Too Early to Know How Woman Died in Texas Jail Cell - ABC News
  56. Iowa paper: Trump a 'feckless blowhard' who should end presidential campaign - Washington Post
  57. Too much TV could raise the risk of Alzheimer's, study suggests - Washington Post
  58. Poor sleeping patterns link to cancer - BBC News
  59. Antibiotics may increase risk of juvenile arthritis - News-Medical.net
  60. Poorer children develop 'smaller brains' - Medical News Today
  61. Think eldest children have an advantage? Turns out birth order theories are ... - Telegraph.co.uk
  62. 3-year-old Chinese Toddler gets 3-D Printed Titanium Implant for Congenital ... - Northern Californian
  63. Study finds marijuana can help heal bones - Stuff.co.nz
  64. Death of woman found hanged in Texas cell to be treated like murder probe ... - Reuters
  65. Iowa paper: Trump a 'feckless blowhard' who should end presidential campaign - Washington Post
  66. BRIEF-Biotie announces start of tozadenant Phase 3 study in Parkinson's disease
  67. BRIEF-IP Group's portfolio company Oxford Nanopore raises 70 mln stg
  68. UPDATE 1-Swiss drugmaker Actelion upgrades full-year forecast despite profit miss
  69. BRIEF-Oxford Nanopore raises 70 mln stg via placing
  70. BRIEF-Sygnis signs non-exclusive worldwide license agreement with Thermo Fisher Scientific
  71. German stocks - Factors to watch on July 21
  72. BRIEF-Bionaturis to get financing for project in beef sector
  73. Australia offer Davis Cup olive branch to Tomic
  74. Shaken Fanning not giving up on surfing despite shark attack
  75. California interstate bridge washed away by heavy rain passed inspection this year - Fox News
  76. Record heat for globe in June: US scientists - Rapid News Network
  77. On Cuba and Iran, Barack Obama defies his critics - Politico
  78. Antibiotics may increase risk of juvenile arthritis - News-Medical.net
  79. Poorer children develop 'smaller brains' - Medical News Today
  80. Think eldest children have an advantage? Turns out birth order theories are ... - Telegraph.co.uk
  81. 3-year-old Chinese Toddler gets 3-D Printed Titanium Implant for Congenital ... - Northern Californian
  82. Study finds marijuana can help heal bones - Stuff.co.nz
  83. Poor sleeping patterns link to cancer - BBC News
  84. Too much TV could raise the risk of Alzheimer's, study suggests - Washington Post
  85. Jeb Bush Takes Aim at Lobbyists - Wall Street Journal
  86. Two killed as blasts, gunfire mar Burundi presidential vote - Reuters
  87. 6 Things We Learned From Hillary Clinton's Facebook Q&A - E! Online
  88. Chattanooga shooting: New details emerge about the gunman - CNN
  89. Texas authorities release jailhouse video amid controversy over woman's death - Fox News
  90. Iowa paper: Trump a 'feckless blowhard' who should end presidential campaign - Washington Post
  91. Novartis confirms 2015 outlook after Q2 profit miss
  92. BRIEF-Sartorius Stedim Biotech H1 net profit rises to 62.9 mln euros
  93. Actelion ups full-year profit outlook on sales of lung drug
  94. UPDATE 1-Novartis confirms 2015 outlook after Q2 profit miss
  95. Swiss stocks - Factors to watch on July 21
  96. BRIEF-DBV Technologies closes $281.5 mln public offering
  97. BRIEF-Episurf Medical establishes UK subsidiary
  98. California interstate bridge washed away by heavy rain passed inspection this year - Fox News
  99. First Half Of 2015 Was Hottest Ever Recorded - Huffington Post
  100. Research reveals potential cure for Tinnitus Condition - Pulse Headlines
  101. Study Confirms Link between Poverty and Lower Brain Development - Pioneer News
  102. Think eldest children have an advantage? Turns out birth order theories are ... - Telegraph.co.uk
  103. Chinese Little Girl Recovering after 'Brain-Shrinking' Surgery - Women of China
  104. Too much TV could raise the risk of Alzheimer's, study suggests - Washington Post
  105. Teenager controls HIV infection without drugs for more than 12 years - CNN
  106. Poor sleeping patterns link to cancer - BBC News
  107. Former Chinese president's top aide expelled from party - CTV News
  108. Visitors to Havana can find US-Cuban connections everywhere - Washington Post
  109. Can Bernie Sanders win black voters? - CNN
  110. Top-grossing films for the July 17-19 weekend - Washington Post
  111. Donald Trump remains unapologetic, faces the wrath of his own party - Los Angeles Times
  112. Demi Moore 'in shock' after man drowns in her backyard pool - Chron.com
  113. Bill Cosby admits he drugged women for sex - New Zealand Herald
  114. Twitter responds to jail deaths with 'if I die in police custody' - CNN
  115. FIFA hasn't come to its senses, says South Korea's Chung
  116. Zeng thrives at Pan Ams as women's baseball debuts
  117. US aims to shift Israel focus to security ties after Iran deal - Reuters
  118. Researchers Looking for Ways to Predict Alzheimer's Before It Starts - NBCNews.com
  119. Nurse 'marries' 4-year-old cancer patient in hospital ceremony - CBC.ca
  120. Bird tests positive for West Nile virus - hngnews.com
  121. Young women more likely to be 'very light' smokers, say researchers - Christian Science Monitor
  122. Magnetic Pulses Conveyed To The Brain May Just Help Treat 'Tinnitus' - Times Gazette
  123. Oldest? Youngest? Birth order doesn't influence personality, study says. - Christian Science Monitor
  124. Quarter of listeria cases in Texas not tracked or recorded - Miami Herald
  125. Tutu to stay in hospital a few more days - News24
  126. US aims to shift Israel focus to security ties after Iran deal - Reuters
  127. Can Bernie Sanders win black voters? - CNN
  128. Top-grossing films for the July 17-19 weekend - Washington Post
  129. Donald Trump remains unapologetic, faces the wrath of his own party - Los Angeles Times
  130. Demi Moore 'in shock' after man drowns in her backyard pool - Chron.com
  131. Bill Cosby admits he drugged women for sex - New Zealand Herald
  132. Spieth to defend Australian Open title
  133. Twitter responds to jail deaths with 'if I die in police custody' - CNN
  134. Researchers Looking for Ways to Predict Alzheimer's Before It Starts - NBCNews.com
  135. Nurse 'marries' 4-year-old cancer patient in hospital ceremony - CBC.ca
  136. Young women more likely to be 'very light' smokers, say researchers - Christian Science Monitor
  137. Magnetic Pulses Conveyed To The Brain May Just Help Treat 'Tinnitus' - Times Gazette
  138. One chart shows why it's nearly impossible to lose weight and keep it off - Washington Post (blog)
  139. Oldest? Youngest? Birth order doesn't influence personality, study says. - Christian Science Monitor
  140. Quarter of listeria cases in Texas not tracked or recorded - Miami Herald
  141. Tutu to stay in hospital a few more days - News24
  142. Researchers Looking for Ways to Predict Alzheimer's Before It Starts - NBCNews.com
  143. US aims to shift Israel focus to security ties after Iran deal - Reuters
  144. Can Bernie Sanders win black voters? - CNN
  145. Top-grossing films for the July 17-19 weekend - Washington Post
  146. Donald Trump remains unapologetic, faces the wrath of his own party - Los Angeles Times
  147. Demi Moore 'in shock' after man drowns in her backyard pool - Chron.com
  148. Bill Cosby admits he drugged women for sex - New Zealand Herald
  149. Twitter responds to jail deaths with 'if I die in police custody' - CNN
  150. Nurse 'marries' 4-year-old cancer patient in hospital ceremony - CBC.ca
  151. Tutu to stay in hospital a few more days - News24
  152. Karlie Kloss Shows Us Why She’s the Real Deal
  153. Young women more likely to be 'very light' smokers, say researchers - Christian Science Monitor
  154. Magnetic Pulses Conveyed To The Brain May Just Help Treat 'Tinnitus' - Times Gazette
  155. One chart shows why it's nearly impossible to lose weight and keep it off - Washington Post (blog)
  156. Oldest? Youngest? Birth order doesn't influence personality, study says. - Christian Science Monitor
  157. Quarter of listeria cases in Texas not tracked or recorded - Miami Herald
  158. US aims to shift Israel focus to security ties after Iran deal - Reuters
  159. Can Bernie Sanders win black voters? - CNN
  160. Top-grossing films for the July 17-19 weekend - Washington Post
  161. Donald Trump remains unapologetic, faces the wrath of his own party - Los Angeles Times
  162. Demi Moore 'in shock' after man drowns in her backyard pool - Chron.com
  163. Twitter responds to jail deaths with 'if I die in police custody' - CNN
  164. Bill Cosby admits he drugged women for sex - New Zealand Herald
  165. Researchers Looking for Ways to Predict Alzheimer's Before It Starts - NBCNews.com
  166. Nurse 'marries' 4-year-old cancer patient in hospital ceremony - CBC.ca
  167. Tutu off intensive treatment but remains hospitalized - Rapid City Journal
  168. Quarter of listeria cases in Texas not tracked or recorded - Miami Herald
  169. Oldest? Youngest? Birth order doesn't influence personality, study says. - Christian Science Monitor
  170. One chart shows why it's nearly impossible to lose weight and keep it off - Washington Post (blog)
  171. Magnetic Pulses Conveyed To The Brain May Just Help Treat 'Tinnitus' - Times Gazette
  172. Young women more likely to be 'very light' smokers, say researchers - Christian Science Monitor
  173. Researchers Looking for Ways to Predict Alzheimer's Before It Starts - NBCNews.com
  174. US aims to shift Israel focus to security ties after Iran deal - Reuters
  175. Can Bernie Sanders win black voters? - CNN
  176. Top-grossing films for the July 17-19 weekend - Washington Post
  177. Donald Trump remains unapologetic, faces the wrath of his own party - Los Angeles Times
  178. Demi Moore 'in shock' after man drowns in her backyard pool - Chron.com
  179. Bill Cosby admits he drugged women for sex - New Zealand Herald
  180. Nurse 'marries' 4-year-old cancer patient in hospital ceremony - CBC.ca
  181. Tutu off intensive treatment but remains hospitalized - Rapid City Journal
  182. Quarter of listeria cases in Texas not tracked or recorded - Miami Herald
  183. Oldest? Youngest? Birth order doesn't influence personality, study says. - Christian Science Monitor
  184. One chart shows why it's nearly impossible to lose weight and keep it off - Washington Post (blog)
  185. Magnetic Pulses Conveyed To The Brain May Just Help Treat 'Tinnitus' - Times Gazette
  186. Young women more likely to be 'very light' smokers, say researchers - Christian Science Monitor
  187. US aims to shift Israel focus to security ties after Iran deal - Reuters
  188. Can Bernie Sanders win black voters? - CNN
  189. Top-grossing films for the July 17-19 weekend - Washington Post
  190. Donald Trump remains unapologetic, faces the wrath of his own party - Los Angeles Times
  191. Demi Moore 'in shock' after man drowns in her backyard pool - Chron.com
  192. Twitter responds to jail deaths with 'if I die in police custody' - CNN
  193. Bill Cosby admits he drugged women for sex - New Zealand Herald
  194. Researchers Looking for Ways to Predict Alzheimer's Before It Starts - NBCNews.com
  195. Nurse 'marries' 4-year-old cancer patient in hospital ceremony - CBC.ca
  196. Tutu off intensive treatment but remains hospitalized - Rapid City Journal
  197. Young women more likely to be 'very light' smokers, say researchers - Christian Science Monitor
  198. Magnetic Pulses Conveyed To The Brain May Just Help Treat 'Tinnitus' - Times Gazette
  199. One chart shows why it's nearly impossible to lose weight and keep it off - Washington Post (blog)
  200. Oldest? Youngest? Birth order doesn't influence personality, study says. - Christian Science Monitor
  201. Quarter of listeria cases in Texas not tracked or recorded - Miami Herald
  202. Donald Trump remains unapologetic, faces the wrath of his own party - Los Angeles Times
  203. Demi Moore 'in shock' after man drowns in her backyard pool - Chron.com
  204. Bill Cosby admits he drugged women for sex - New Zealand Herald
  205. Twitter responds to jail deaths with 'if I die in police custody' - CNN
  206. The 24-Year-Old Who Slashed His Body-Fat Percentage In Half!
  207. Soccer legend Pelé leaves hospital after back surgery
  208. Soccer legend Pelé leaves hospital after back surgery
  209. Amateurs in name only as college kids pass test
  210. Denver Nuggets trade guard Lawson to Houston Rockets
  211. Top-grossing films for the July 17-19 weekend - Washington Post
  212. US aims to shift Israel focus to security ties after Iran deal - Reuters
  213. Young women more likely to be 'very light' smokers, say researchers - Christian Science Monitor
  214. Magnetic Pulses Conveyed To The Brain May Just Help Treat 'Tinnitus' - Times Gazette
  215. One chart shows why it's nearly impossible to lose weight and keep it off - Washington Post (blog)
  216. Oldest? Youngest? Birth order doesn't influence personality, study says. - Christian Science Monitor
  217. Quarter of listeria cases in Texas not tracked or recorded - Miami Herald
  218. Nurse 'marries' 4-year-old cancer patient in hospital ceremony - CBC.ca
  219. Researchers Looking for Ways to Predict Alzheimer's Before It Starts - NBCNews.com
  220. Top-grossing films for the July 17-19 weekend - Washington Post
  221. Donald Trump remains unapologetic, faces the wrath of his own party - Los Angeles Times
  222. Demi Moore 'in shock' after man drowns in her backyard pool - Chron.com
  223. Bill Cosby admits he drugged women for sex - New Zealand Herald
  224. Twitter responds to jail deaths with 'if I die in police custody' - CNN
  225. Reebok Spartan Race Holds East Coast Combine
  226. Kids are my legacy not my Open win, says Johnson
  227. Oosthuizen falls just short as St Andrews bites back
  228. That's the best I've played, says Aussie Leishman
  229. Sudden cardiac arrest more likely in African-Americans
  230. Can Bernie Sanders win black voters? - CNN
  231. US aims to shift Israel focus to security ties after Iran deal - Reuters
  232. Young women more likely to be 'very light' smokers, say researchers - Christian Science Monitor
  233. Magnetic Pulses Conveyed To The Brain May Just Help Treat 'Tinnitus' - Times Gazette
  234. One chart shows why it's nearly impossible to lose weight and keep it off - Washington Post (blog)
  235. Oldest? Youngest? Birth order doesn't influence personality, study says. - Christian Science Monitor
  236. Quarter of listeria cases in Texas not tracked or recorded - Miami Herald
  237. Tutu off intensive treatment but remains hospitalized - Rapid City Journal
  238. Nurse 'marries' 4-year-old cancer patient in hospital ceremony - CBC.ca
  239. Researchers Looking for Ways to Predict Alzheimer's Before It Starts - NBCNews.com
  240. Cuban flag flies at embassy in Washington - USA TODAY
  241. What do American vets say about Donald Trump? - Christian Science Monitor
  242. Updated Guidance Document - Post-Notice of Compliance Changes: Quality Document
  243. Transform Your Triceps
  244. Mike O'Hearn Shows Fox Reporter a Thing or Two
  245. 10 Foods to Fight Aging and Keep You Lifting Longer
  246. Rhythmic gymnast Zeng becomes Pan Am Golden Girl
  247. Blatter faces months of troubles before departure
  248. Canadian company bids to bring NHL back to Quebec City
  249. Chile's abortion reform in trouble with ruling coalition split
  250. Effect of poverty on brains may explain poor kids' lower test scores