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  1. Manufacturing deal wins China cheap supply of GSK's new HIV drug - Reuters
  2. British humanitarian Nicholas Winton dies aged 106 - IBNLive
  3. Trump: 'I love the Mexican people' - USA TODAY
  4. TransAsia Plane's Pilot Switched Off Wrong Engine Before Crash: Officials - NBCNews.com
  5. Indonesian plane crash likely due to engine failure: Air force - Hindustan Times
  6. Reports: At least 30 dead after ferry capsizes in Philippines - USA TODAY
  7. Thousands gather in Madison, Wis., for the latest Sanders rally - Washington Post
  8. NY Prison Where Killers Escaped Gets a New Boss, Security Rules - NBCNews.com
  9. Italian bond futures open down on Greek anxiety - Reuters
  10. US Episcopalians vote to let gay couples wed in churches - Reuters
  11. Indonesia to call off search for victims in deadly military plane crash - Reuters
  12. BRIEF-Neovacs closes 7.5 mln euro capital increase
  13. BRIEF-Theraclion wins its first echopulse reference site in Asia
  14. BRIEF-Quantum Genomics signs research collaborations
  15. BRIEF-Sartorius Stedim Biotech acquires Cellca
  16. BRIEF-Crossject announces five new patents
  17. David's reign extends to 9th year but Egyptian rival closes
  18. Walsh Jennings sets sight on fourth straight gold
  19. Alibaba, Evergrande-owned soccer club files for China IPO in Asian first
  20. Trump: 'I love the Mexican people' - USA TODAY
  21. Man who saved 669 children during the Holocaust dies, aged 106 - Irish Examiner
  22. Public education, training needed to reduce deaths from cardiac arrest, new ... - Inland Valley Daily Bulletin
  23. Indoor tanning not limited to tanning salons - AsiaOne
  24. Minor changes turned Black Death germ from mild to murderous - Vocal Republic
  25. Citrus Fruits Linked to Increased Melanoma Risk - Gazette Review
  26. Implantable 'artificial pancreas' tracks blood sugar, releases insulin - UPI.com
  27. Toxin found in fish may be more prevalent in Florida's waters - WWSB ABC 7
  28. Your diabetes med could help you shed kilos - Business Standard
  29. Justice Department investigating whether airlines are colluding to keep fares high - Fox News
  30. China's Huaxia Life says buying when stock market down
  31. BRIEF-Jiangxi Fushine Pharma announces offering of up to 18 mln shares via Shenzhen IPO
  32. PRESS DIGEST - Wall Street Journal - July 2
  33. Bernie Sanders draws crowd of 10000 at Wisconsin rally - The Guardian
  34. NY Prison Where Killers Escaped Gets a New Boss, Security Rules - NBCNews.com
  35. PRESS DIGEST- New York Times business news - June 2
  36. BRIEF-Ipsen provides update on 2020 strategy
  37. Pyeongchang picks 'Nanta' producer for 2018 ceremonies
  38. Capitals sign winger Williams from Kings
  39. NORDIC STOCKS - Factors to watch on July 2
  40. French and Benelux stocks-Factors to watch on July 2
  41. BRIEF-Lonza announces additional long-term agreement with Alexion
  42. Greece's Tsipras digs in against bailout - Reuters
  43. Man bitten by shark in North Carolina is 7th victim this summer - Fox News
  44. New Mexico gov slams Trump for controversial remarks - Fox News
  45. US Episcopal Church Approves Same-Sex Marriages - NDTV
  46. Justice Department investigating whether airlines are colluding to keep fares high - Fox News
  47. British Hero Who Saved Children From Holocaust Remembered By Local Survivor - CBS Local
  48. Public education, training needed to reduce deaths from cardiac arrest, new ... - Inland Valley Daily Bulletin
  49. 1 dead after Ebola reappears in Liberia - CNN
  50. Implantable 'artificial pancreas' tracks blood sugar, releases insulin - UPI.com
  51. U.S. doctors, hospitals reap $6.5 billion from drug and device makers: report - Pittsburgh Post-Gazette
  52. Citrus Fruits Linked to Increased Melanoma Risk - Gazette Review
  53. This is what drinking too much water during exercise does to your body - Washington Post
  54. Injecting This Drug Helps Patients Lose Weight - TIME
  55. The Episcopal Church approves religious weddings for gay couples after ... - Washington Post
  56. Trump says he loves Mexicans, believes Macy's 'folded' under pressure - USA TODAY
  57. Former CNNers survive New Mexico motel gunfight - CNN
  58. North Carolina shark attacks are 'going to go away,' expert says - Los Angeles Times
  59. Greece in limbo: Shuttered banks keep lifeline while Athens, lenders wait for ... - Fox News
  60. Bernie Sanders Draws His Biggest Crowd Yet In Progressive Stronghold - Huffington Post
  61. China-listed firms announce share buy plans as market slumps
  62. Green returning to champions Golden State
  63. New weight-loss shot: How well does it work? - CBS News
  64. Too Much Water During Exercise May Lead To Health Issues, Study - Pioneer News
  65. Citrus Fruits Linked to a Deadly Type of Skin Cancer - Youth Health Magzine
  66. Public education, training needed to reduce deaths from cardiac arrest, new ... - Inland Valley Daily Bulletin
  67. Implanted drug improves tolerance of sunlight in rare condition - Vocal Republic
  68. Implantable 'artificial pancreas' tracks blood sugar, releases insulin - UPI.com
  69. Hospitals And Doctors Received $6.5 Billion From Drug And Medical Device ... - Tech Times
  70. Attorneys seek to challenge California's new school vaccination law - Reuters
  71. Donald Trump offers rare praise for Obama - CNN
  72. Barack Obama's Twitter Q&A becomes a national guacamole and peas debate - Sydney Morning Herald
  73. Robot Crushes Contractor to Death at VW Motor Plant in Germany - NBCNews.com
  74. Episcopalians Vote to Allow Gay Marriage in Churches - Wall Street Journal
  75. North Carolina shark attacks are 'going to go away,' expert says - Los Angeles Times
  76. Justice Department investigating whether airlines are colluding to keep fares high - Fox News
  77. Women's World Cup: Japan edges England, advances to final against US - CNN
  78. New weight-loss shot: How well does it work? - CBS News
  79. Too Much Water During Exercise May Lead To Health Issues, Study - Pioneer News
  80. 1 dead after Ebola reappears in Liberia - CNN
  81. New Study Examines Link Between Citrus and Skin Cancer - CBS Local
  82. Attorneys seek to challenge California's new school vaccination law - Reuters
  83. Hospitals And Doctors Received $6.5 Billion From Drug And Medical Device ... - Tech Times
  84. Implantable 'artificial pancreas' tracks blood sugar, releases insulin - UPI.com
  85. Implanted drug improves tolerance of sunlight in rare condition - Vocal Republic
  86. Robot Crushes Contractor to Death at VW Motor Plant in Germany - NBCNews.com
  87. Scores Killed in Egypt's Sinai Peninsula as Militants, Army Clash - Wall Street Journal
  88. Japan defeats England 2-1 in World Cup semi, advances to final against US - Fox News
  89. Perry on Obama efforts to reestablish relations with Cuba: 'This is just ... - Fox News
  90. US probing whether airlines collude to keep airfares high - Reuters
  91. North Carolina shark attacks are 'going to go away,' expert says - Los Angeles Times
  92. Donald Trump offers rare praise for Obama - CNN
  93. New weight-loss shot: How well does it work? - CBS News
  94. Attorneys seek to challenge California's new school vaccination law - Reuters
  95. Implanted drug improves tolerance of sunlight in rare condition - Vocal Republic
  96. Implantable 'artificial pancreas' tracks blood sugar, releases insulin - UPI.com
  97. Doctors, hospitals get $6.5 billion from drug, medical device firms last year - Los Angeles Times
  98. New Study Examines Link Between Citrus and Skin Cancer - CBS Local
  99. Liberia finds second Ebola case, raising fears of resurgence - Washington Post
  100. Episcopalians vote to allow gay marriage in churches - USA TODAY
  101. Women's World Cup: Japan edges England, advances to final against US - CNN
  102. UPDATE 2-US probing whether airlines collude to keep airfares high - Reuters
  103. David Sweat: Breakout bud Richard Matt was out of shape, getting drunk - CNN
  104. Domenech: Donald Trump quickly finding out what he says while running for ... - New York Daily News
  105. Man bitten by shark in North Carolina is 7th victim this summer - Fox News
  106. Japan into final after England injury time own goal
  107. California bill would classify pro sports cheerleaders employees
  108. Hillary Clinton has raised $45 million in campaign contributions so far (+video) - Christian Science Monitor
  109. US campaign highlights stress of fireworks on combat veterans - Reuters
  110. Second case of Ebola strikes fear in Liberia - Irish Independent
  111. Too Much Water During Exercise May Lead To Health Issues, Study - Pioneer News
  112. New Study Examines Link Between Citrus and Skin Cancer - CBS Local
  113. Implantable 'artificial pancreas' tracks blood sugar, releases insulin - UPI.com
  114. Doctors, hospitals get $6.5 billion from drug, medical device firms last year - Los Angeles Times
  115. New weight-loss shot: How well does it work? - CBS News
  116. Attorneys seek to challenge California's new school vaccination law - Reuters
  117. Ben Carson raises $8.3M in first quarter, more than $10M since March - Washington Times
  118. Obama on renewing US-Cuba ties: 'This is what change looks like' - Washington Post
  119. Obama, Bush unite on guacamole - CNN
  120. UPDATE 2-US probing whether airlines collude to keep airfares high - Reuters
  121. Man bitten by shark in North Carolina is 7th victim this summer - Fox News
  122. EU slams the door on talks with Greece before Sunday referendum - Washington Post
  123. Which Supplements Should You Be Cycling?
  124. PRESS DIGEST- Financial Times - July 2
  125. Attorneys seek to challenge California's new school vaccination law
  126. Ex-DEA agent pleads guilty to stealing bitcoins during Silk Road investigation - Los Angeles Times
  127. Attorneys seek to challenge California's new school vaccination law - Reuters
  128. US campaign highlights stress of fireworks on combat veterans - Reuters
  129. 2 Simple Questions That Will Determine If Your Marriage Will Last
  130. Local doctors urge people to get CPR training - WGEM
  131. Implantable 'artificial pancreas' tracks blood sugar, releases insulin - UPI.com
  132. Doctors, hospitals get $6.5 billion from drug, medical device firms last year - Los Angeles Times
  133. New Study Examines Link Between Citrus and Skin Cancer - CBS Local
  134. Too Much Water During Exercise May Lead To Health Issues, Study - Pioneer News
  135. Liberia fears a new Ebola epidemic after second case is discovered - Quartz
  136. President Obama Will Absolutely Not Put Peas in His Guacamole - TIME
  137. More Trump dump: Celebs speak out - USA TODAY
  138. Obama hails 'historic step foward' between US and Cuba relations - Washington Post
  139. DOJ subpoenas airlines over keeping ticket prices high - CNN
  140. Greece crisis: Eurozone rules out talks until after referendum - BBC News
  141. In emails, Hillary's outside advisers pushed hawkish Afghan line - Reuters
  142. Man bitten by shark in North Carolina is 7th victim this summer - Fox News
  143. NZ's Fonterra says consulting with staff about job cuts
  144. US campaign highlights stress of fireworks on combat veterans - Reuters
  145. Reuters Health News Summary - Daily Mail
  146. Gun-shaped cell phone case: harmless fun or dangerous accessory? - Christian Science Monitor
  147. Implanted drug improves tolerance of sunlight in rare condition - Vocal Republic
  148. Why It Matters Where You Have A Cardiac Arrest - Rhode Island Public Radio
  149. Implantable 'artificial pancreas' tracks blood sugar, releases insulin - UPI.com
  150. Doctors, hospitals get $6.5 billion from drug, medical device firms last year - Los Angeles Times
  151. Examining citrus fruit consumption and skin cancer - The Globe and Mail
  152. Water Overdose: A Summertime Reality For Exercisers - Immortal News
  153. Justice Department opens probe of airlines for possible collusion - USA TODAY
  154. Europe slams the door on talks with Greece before Sunday referendum - Washington Post
  155. State Dept. withholds 'classified' Clinton emails, despite claim 'there is no ... - Fox News
  156. Unprecedented wave of shark attacks causes terror in North Carolina - Telegraph.co.uk
  157. Wimbledon evacuated due to electrical fire
  158. Former University of Illinois women basketball players file suit against school
  159. Love, Butler among free agents agreeing on deals to stay put
  160. 10-Y-O Boy Tortured, Beaten Unconscious by Muslim Cleric in Pakistan for Refusing to Work Construction on a Mosque
  161. Implanted drug improves tolerance of sunlight in rare condition
  162. The GOP Base Loves Trump Because of His Anti-Elite Agitation, Raw Bigotry - Slate Magazine
  163. US campaign highlights stress of fireworks on combat veterans - Reuters
  164. Implanted drug improves tolerance of sunlight in rare condition - Vocal Republic
  165. Implantable 'artificial pancreas' tracks blood sugar, releases insulin - UPI.com
  166. Doctors, hospitals get $6.5 billion from drug, medical device firms last year - Los Angeles Times
  167. Examining citrus fruit consumption and skin cancer - The Globe and Mail
  168. Excessively Drinking Water Can Be Deadly - Tech Times
  169. UPDATE 3-Liberia finds second Ebola case, raising fears of resurgence - Washington Post
  170. NINA RADCLIFF: E-cigarettes are safer, but not safe - Washington Times
  171. Here Are All the Companies That Have Dumped Donald Trump - ABC News
  172. DOJ opens probe of airlines for possible collusion - USA TODAY
  173. Not so fast? Lawmakers poised to fight Obama on Cuba ambassador pick ... - Fox News
  174. The Lid: The $45 Million Woman - NBCNews.com
  175. Shark pulls man underwater off North Carolina's Outer Banks, bites him all over - Washington Post
  176. UPDATE 1-Obama pushes state Medicaid expansion in healthcare hub Nashville
  177. Penguins add high-scoring Kessel in trade with Maple Leafs
  178. Judge upholds ex-NFL star Hernandez' murder conviction
  179. U.S. campaign highlights stress of fireworks on combat veterans
  180. Nicholas Winton, rescuer of children during the Holocaust, dies at 106 - Washington Post
  181. Donald Trump surges, and Democrats cheer - Washington Post
  182. US campaign highlights stress of fireworks on combat veterans - Reuters
  183. Lea Michele’s Shirt Says What We’re All Thinking
  184. 'Epi' injection may still be good after a freeze - Business Insider
  185. Report Finds Survival Rate For Cardiac Arrest 'Dismal' - CBS Local
  186. FDA Looking Into Warning Labels on Liquid Nicotine and e-cigarettes - Pulse Headlines
  187. Sportspersons should not drink excessive water to stay prevented from Exercise ... - NY City News
  188. UPDATE 3-Liberia finds second Ebola case, raising fears of resurgence - Reuters
  189. Examining citrus fruit consumption and skin cancer - The Globe and Mail
  190. Hillary Clinton: What It Took For Her to Raise $45 Million in Just 3 Months - ABC News
  191. Shark Attack: Man Airlifted to Hospital After 7th Reported Incident in North ... - ABC News
  192. What to Watch in the Day Ahead - Thursday, July 2
  193. Obama pushes state Medicaid expansion in healthcare hub Nashville
  194. RPT-Obama pushes state Medicaid expansion in healthcare hub Nashville
  195. U.S. sues to stop Electrolux's purchase of GE's appliance business
  196. UPDATE 1-U.S. sues to stop Electrolux acquiring GE's appliance business
  197. BRIEF-Electrolux: Contests DOJ opposition to acquisition of GE appliances
  198. Obama pushes state Medicaid expansion in healthcare hub Nashville
  199. Milliners smile as bare-headed Dutchwoman wilts
  200. GLOBAL MARKETS-Stocks rally ebbs as Greek PM urges 'No' vote - Reuters
  201. Donald Trump's comments on immigration complicate GOP's 'Latino problem' - Los Angeles Times
  202. Officials Investigate Burned Black Church in South Carolina - Wall Street Journal
  203. With Twitter rant on new vaccine law, Jim Carrey jumps into debate on ethical ... - Washington Post
  204. Report Finds Survival Rate For Cardiac Arrest 'Dismal' - CBS Local
  205. FDA considers warning for liquid nicotine products - WXYZ
  206. Sportspersons should not drink excessive water to stay prevented from Exercise ... - NY City News
  207. UPDATE 3-Liberia finds second Ebola case, raising fears of resurgence - Reuters
  208. Citrus Consumption Linked To Melanoma Risk: Study - International Business Times
  209. Cuba ends mother-to-child HIV transmissions - USA TODAY
  210. ISIS-affiliated militants launch wave of assaults in Egypt's Sinai Peninsula - Washington Post
  211. Officials Investigate Burned Black Church in South Carolina - Wall Street Journal
  212. Greece's Tsipras digs in against bailout - Reuters
  213. Democrat Clinton raises $45 million since April US campaign launch - Reuters
  214. Bipartisan advocacy group forms to normalize US-Cuban relations - Washington Post
  215. Tapping into the Economic Potential of Local Food Through Local Foods, Local Places
  216. Scientists find new evidence on GSK vaccine link to narcolepsy
  217. DoJ lawyers oppose GE unit's sale to Electrolux - source
  218. FIFA chief Blatter says not corrupt, expects to 'go to heaven one day'
  219. Argentina odds-on favorites to lift Copa America
  220. Scientists find new evidence on GSK vaccine link to narcolepsy
  221. ‘Epi’ injection may still be good after a freeze
  222. Why supporters like Donald Trump - CNN International
  223. The incredible true story of the 'British Schindler' and the 669 children he ... - Washington Post
  224. Police take to social media to warn about 'faux gun' cell phone case - Fox News
  225. FDA wants more data on e-cigarettes after poisonings surge - New York Daily News
  226. Report Finds Survival Rate For Cardiac Arrest 'Dismal' - CBS Local
  227. This is what drinking too much water during exercise does to your body - Washington Post
  228. Jim Carrey calls Gov. Brown a 'fascist' for signing new vaccination law - Los Angeles Times
  229. Cuba ends mother-to-child HIV transmissions - USA TODAY
  230. More than 100 had contact with Liberian teen who contracted Ebola - Washington Post
  231. Citrus consumption may be linked to increased melanoma risk - UPI.com
  232. Bubba and Tiger recovering from highs and lows
  233. Mexican girl to Trump: 'Shut your mouth and respect us' - USA TODAY
  234. Common Variants at Putative Regulatory Sites of the Tissue Nonspecific Alkaline Phosphatase Gene Influence Circulating Pyridoxal 5'-Phosphate Concentration in Healthy Adults [Biochemical, Molecular, and Genetic Mechanisms]
  235. Expression of Selenoprotein Genes Is Affected by Obesity of Pigs Fed a High-Fat Diet [Biochemical, Molecular, and Genetic Mechanisms]
  236. Dietary Plant Sterol Esters Must Be Hydrolyzed to Reduce Intestinal Cholesterol Absorption in Hamsters [Biochemical, Molecular, and Genetic Mechanisms]
  237. High Preformed Vitamin A Intake during Pregnancy Prevents Embryonic Accumulation of Intact {beta}-Carotene from the Maternal Circulation in Mice [Nutrient Physiology, Metabolism, and Nutrient-Nutrient Interactions]
  238. Low-Molecular-Weight Peptides from Salmon Protein Prevent Obesity-Linked Glucose Intolerance, Inflammation, and Dyslipidemia in LDLR-/-/ApoB100/100 Mice [Nutrient Physiology, Metabolism, and Nutrient-Nutrient Interactions]
  239. Fermented Infant Formula Increases Ileal Protein Digestibility and Reduces Ileal Proteolytic Activity Compared with Standard and Hydrolyzed Infant Formulas in Piglets [Nutrient Physiology, Metabolism, and Nutrient-Nutrient Interactions]
  240. Toward a Just, Nutritious, and Sustainable Food System: The False Dichotomy of Localism versus Supercenterism [Issues and Opinions]
  241. Importance of Animals in Agricultural Sustainability and Food Security [Issues and Opinions]
  242. Summer vacation: the health risks for travelers
  243. Fish poisoning rates in Florida underestimated, study suggests
  244. BRIEF-UMS AG says fiscal authority denies UMS entitlement to deduct input tax
  245. BRIEF-Hybrigenics appoints Alain Munoz chairman
  246. Dizzy Tomic questions Wimbledon heat rule
  247. Overuse of nursing home antibiotics may put all residents at risk
  248. Dimitrov out to prove doubters wrong
  249. Obama announces reestablishment of US-Cuba diplomatic ties - CNN
  250. Hillary Clinton raises $45 million for presidential bid - USA TODAY