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  1. Blood pressure medication may stop drug, alcohol addiction - UPI.com
  2. Medical marijuana: good evidence for some diseases, weak for others - Reuters
  3. Warning: skinny jeans aren't the only wardrobe hazard to your health - The Guardian
  4. OPM Director on Second Hack: We Can't Say How Many Were Affected - NBCNews.com
  5. Ramadan and the Blending of American Muslims - Huffington Post
  6. Obama trade agenda clears key Senate test vote - Fox News
  7. Diets high in fat, sugar may reduce cognitive functioning by altering gut bacteria
  8. UPDATE 1-Nestle names Takeda's Francois-Xavier Roger as finance chief
  9. NY fines liquid nicotine makers for not child-proofing packages
  10. BRIEF-Virbac sees fall in group's current operating profit in 2015
  11. BRIEF-Mdxhealth launches 20 mln euro equity placement
  12. BRIEF-Journal Of Clinical Oncology publishes Onxeo Beleodaq (Belinostat) pivotal belief study results
  13. NY fines liquid nicotine makers for not child-proofing packages
  14. UK Preacher Says He's Ready to Go to Jail for Calling Islam 'Satanic;' Churches Leaders Fear Being Targeted for Christian Beliefs
  15. Hostages' relatives will be absolved from threat of prosecution over ransoms - Los Angeles Times
  16. Hillary finds room for race amid cash run - Fox News
  17. 'Eight is Enough' star Dick Van Patten dies at 86 - Washington Post
  18. Kids With Good Memory Are Also Good Liars, Study Finds - Forbes
  19. Samsung Heir Apparent Apologizes for Hospital's Role in MERS Outbreak - NDTV
  20. Smartphones May Shock Cardiac Device Wearers - University Herald
  21. Blood pressure medication may stop drug, alcohol addiction - UPI.com
  22. Fat is back: Vilified nutrient gets reprieve - WPTZ The Champlain Valley
  23. Medical marijuana: good evidence for some diseases, weak for others - Reuters
  24. Skinny Jeans Can Lead to Nerve and Muscle Damage, Doctors Say - ABC News
  25. Rain relief is coming as death toll nears 700 in Pakistan heat wave - Los Angeles Times
  26. NY prison worker's husband breaks silence on 18th day of escapee hunt - Reuters
  27. White House hostage policy shift announcement coming Wednesday - CNN
  28. Obama's trade agenda moves past key Senate hurdle - CNN
  29. Escape update: Joyce Mitchell's husband tells his story - USA TODAY
  30. Virginia's McAuliffe plans to phase out Confederate flag license plate - Washington Post
  31. BRIEF-I.Ceram announces first implantation of its ceramic sternum
  32. Nestle names Takeda's Francois-Xavier Roger as new CFO
  33. Jordan's Hornets to host All-Star Game in 2017
  34. Three-a-side basketball hits the big time at first European Games
  35. Dangerous cervical lesions reduced since start of HPV vaccination
  36. Medical marijuana: good evidence for some diseases, weak for others
  37. Bottled water recall: What you need to know - USA TODAY
  38. Skinny Jeans Can Lead to Nerve and Muscle Damage, Doctors Say - ABC News
  39. Kids With Good Memory Are Also Good Liars, Study Finds - Forbes
  40. Smartphones May Shock Cardiac Device Wearers - University Herald
  41. Common chemicals, when combined, may trigger cancer: study - CTV News
  42. You are when you eat - WPBF West Palm Beach
  43. Samsung heir apologizes for MERS spread from company-owned hospital - CTV News
  44. Medical marijuana: good evidence for some diseases, weak for others - Reuters
  45. Skinny Jeans Can Lead to Nerve and Muscle Damage, Doctors Say - ABC News
  46. The OPM Hack Was Much Bigger Than Everyone Thought - Daily Caller
  47. Bottled water recalled over E. coli concerns - USA TODAY
  48. Congress Tries To Resurrect Obama's Trade Agenda - Huffington Post
  49. 'Supremacist' Earl Holt III and his donations to Republicans - Washington Post
  50. Obama: Too many have 'distorted' views of Muslims - USA TODAY
  51. No longer on Ga. flag, Confederate symbol still divides - USA TODAY
  52. FDA approves new version of Medtronic's heart valve device
  53. FDA approves new version of Medtronic's heart valve device
  54. ISIS Crucifies Two Children for Eating Food During Muslim Holy Month of Ramadan
  55. Horner brought wonder, magic to movie music - USA TODAY
  56. Samsung heir apologizes for failing to stop MERS spread - Mashable
  57. Kids With Good Memory Are Also Good Liars, Study Finds - Forbes
  58. You are when you eat - WPBF West Palm Beach
  59. Skinny Jeans Warning Issued by Doctors - ABC News
  60. Common chemicals, when combined, may trigger cancer: study - CTV News
  61. Smartphone Use Could Be Dangerous For People With Pacemakers - Tech Times
  62. WHO Agency Says Insecticides Lindane, DDT Linked to Cancer - Voice of America
  63. Reaping The Health Benefits Of Fasting Without Actually Fasting - Forbes
  64. You are when you eat - WPBF West Palm Beach
  65. Samsung heir apologizes for failing to stop MERS spread - Mashable
  66. Skinny jeans health hazard: Woman collapses in park, losing feeling in lower legs - Washington Post
  67. Cruz reverses support for TPA trade bill, blasts GOP leaders - Politico
  68. Storm moving east after tornado, injuries in Illinois - Los Angeles Times
  69. Obama hosts annual Iftar at White House - Times of India
  70. Escape update: Joyce Mitchell's husband tells his story - USA TODAY
  71. Kids and Tobacco Use: Some Surprising Findings
  72. UPDATE 1-Heat wave kills more than 400 in Pakistan's Karachi
  73. At least 18 people die of cholera in South Sudan in three weeks
  74. BRIEF-Hansa Medical to be traded on First North Premier
  75. WHO unit finds 2,4-D herbicide 'possibly' causes cancer in humans - The Globe and Mail
  76. Keep smartphones away from the pacemakers! It will interfere with implanted ... - Benchmark Reporter
  77. Kids With Good Memory Are Also Good Liars, Study Finds - Forbes
  78. Multiple Bottled Water Brands Recalled Due To Potential Contamination - ABC News
  79. US military moving tanks, other equipment to allied nations near Russian border - Fox News
  80. Protesters to chant 'take it down' as SC legislators meet over flag - CNN
  81. Skinny jeans health hazard: Woman collapses in park, losing feeling in lower legs - Washington Post
  82. At least 18 people die of cholera in South Sudan in three weeks - Reuters
  83. At Least Three Tornadoes Hit Western And Southwestern Suburbs - CBS Local
  84. Multiple Bottled Water Brands Recalled Due To Potential Contamination - ABC News
  85. Protesters to chant 'Take it down' as SC legislators meet over flag - CNN
  86. Obama hosts annual Ramadan dinner at White House - Philly.com
  87. Escape update: Joyce Mitchell's husband tells his story - USA TODAY
  88. Researchers identify gene that controls soybean seed permeability, calcium content
  89. Parkinson: risk of illness is one-third lower in coffee consumers
  90. Poland's HTL-Strefa and XTB plan listings in Warsaw -sources
  91. Mylan CFO to meet Tel Aviv bourse chief to discuss listing - source
  92. UPDATE 1-South Africa's Transnet agrees $230 mln loan to build trains
  93. Plane in California crash that killed pilot is registered to Oscar-winning 'Titanic ... - Fox News
  94. Drone strike on Islamic State in Iraq kills Benghazi suspect, US says - Christian Science Monitor
  95. WHO agency says insecticides lindane and DDT linked to cancer - Livemint
  96. Scientists Revealed Global Warming Will Not Lessen Winter Deaths - Yibada (English Edition)
  97. In twist, scientists join tobacco companies to fight cancer - Fox News
  98. Scientists say five-day fast-mimicking diet is safe - UPI.com
  99. Skinny jeans blamed for woman's collapse - Fox News
  100. Major heat wave in Pakistan's Karachi kills over 430 people - Chron.com
  101. Smartphones harmful for people with pacemaker - Financial Express
  102. Kids With Good Memory Are Also Good Liars, Study Finds - Forbes
  103. Samsung scion apologizes for MERS spread at group hospital - The Globe and Mail
  104. Composer James Horner dies in plane crash - USA TODAY
  105. “Anybody who's willing to work full time shouldn't be poor” - Washington Post (blog)
  106. Tornado Causes Heavy Damage in Coal City, Illinois - ABC News
  107. New York Prison Escape: Joyce Mitchell's Husband Breaks His Silence - NBCNews.com
  108. South Carolina governor: Confederate flag 'does not represent the future' (+video) - Christian Science Monitor
  109. RPT - INSIGHT-In twist, scientists join tobacco companies to fight cancer
  110. BRIEF-Guangzhou Wondfo Biotech's IPO 256.8 times oversubscribed in online tranche
  111. Appeal hearing for NFL's Brady begins in New York
  112. Second Nun Gang-Raped in India in 'Anti-Christian Hate Campaign'
  113. Niagara recalls bottled spring water on E. coli concern - Chron.com
  114. Sean 'Diddy' Combs Released on Bail After Alleged Assault - Wall Street Journal
  115. How to handle Ramadan headaches - Mail & Guardian Online
  116. Plague Killed A Colorado Teen. What Do You Need To Know? - Forbes
  117. New Study Shows American Adults Are Losing Obesity Battle - CBS Local
  118. Smartphones harmful for people with pacemaker - Financial Express
  119. Kids With Good Memory Are Also Good Liars, Study Finds - Forbes
  120. Cyberbullying linked to risk of depression in kids and teens: research review - CTV News
  121. Scientists say five-day fast-mimicking diet is safe - UPI.com
  122. WHO agency says insecticides lindane and DDT linked to cancer - Fox News
  123. Samsung heir apologizes for MERS spread from company-owned hospital - CTV News
  124. Plane in fatal crash belonged to Oscar-winning composer - CTV News
  125. Injuries reported after tornadoes touch down in Illinois - Fox News
  126. NY Prison Escape: Prison-Issue Underwear Recovered at Upstate Cabin - ABC News
  127. Victims' families, church visit drove Haley to call for flag's removal - Miami Herald
  128. Drinking a lot of beer increases exposure to mycotoxins
  129. BRIEF-Biocorp to launch IPO on Alternext Paris - Euronext
  130. UPDATE 3-Samsung scion apologises for MERS spread at group hospital
  131. UPDATE 1-WHO agency says insecticides lindane and DDT linked to cancer
  132. Horner shocked by rumors about future
  133. Paris enters race for 2024 Olympic Games hosting
  134. Damning Diddy details emerge as security video vigil commences - NBCSports.com
  135. Khaled Sharrouf may have been targeted in drone strike months before his ... - ABC Online
  136. North Korea blocks access to Instagram - The Guardian
  137. Scientists Revealed Global Warming Will Not Lessen Winter Deaths - Yibada (English Edition)
  138. Singapore Smoking e-Cigarettes Out With Impending Tobacco Ban - The Establishment Post
  139. Kids With Good Memory Are Also Good Liars, Study Finds - Forbes
  140. How does plague spread in the US? - CBS News
  141. Cyberbullying linked to risk of depression in kids and teens: research review - CTV News
  142. Smartphones harmful for people with pacemaker - Financial Express
  143. New Study Shows American Adults Are Losing Obesity Battle - CBS Local
  144. Samsung heir apologises over Mers failings - Financial Times
  145. Islamic State operative suspected in Benghazi attack killed in US airstrike ... - The Globe and Mail
  146. 'Titanic' composer James Horner feared dead in Southern California plane crash - Washington Post
  147. Maryland Gov. Larry Hogan Says He Has Cancer of Lymph Nodes - ABC News
  148. Storms spawn tornado, damage homes, injure 7 in Illinois - Midland Daily News
  149. South Carolina lawmakers changing tone on flag after 15 years of refusal - CTV News
  150. Mother Teresa's successor Sister Nirmala dies
  151. WHO agency says insecticides lindane and DDT linked to cancer
  152. Tour de France winner Riis knew his team was doping, probe finds
  153. In twist, scientists join tobacco companies to fight cancer
  154. WHO agency says insecticides lindane and DDT linked to cancer
  155. Barack Obama hosts annual Ramadan Iftar at White House - Zee News
  156. Islamic State operative suspected in Benghazi attack killed in US airstrike ... - The Globe and Mail
  157. Heat wave kills more than 400 people in Karachi, Pakistan - Los Angeles Times
  158. Bleak prospects for injured survivors of Nepali quake - New Zealand Herald
  159. Scientists Revealed Global Warming Will Not Lessen Winter Deaths - Yibada (English Edition)
  160. INSIGHT-In twist, scientists join tobacco companies to fight cancer - Reuters
  161. Two-thirds Americans either overweight or obese - Business Standard
  162. Cyberbullying linked to risk of depression in kids and teens: research review - CTV News
  163. Smartphones harmful for people with pacemaker - Financial Express
  164. Scientists identify 'culprit molecules' in MERS virus - Financial Express
  165. Diddy arrested after fight with UCLA football coach - Fox News
  166. Greece optimism lifts stocks but strong dollar tempers euro - Reuters
  167. Islamic State operative suspected in Benghazi attack killed in US airstrike ... - The Globe and Mail
  168. We're all one family, Obama tells Muslims at White House iftar dinner - The Express Tribune
  169. The Confederacy's pathetic case of flag envy - Washington Post
  170. Over two-thirds of Americans estimated to be overweight, obese
  171. Is yogurt good for you?
  172. Heat wave kills 400 in Pakistan's Karachi, but rain expected
  173. Olympic surfing just not Wright for world title contender
  174. UN Gaza war report signals Israel's top leaders toward The Hague - Haaretz
  175. Samsung Heir Apologises as South Korea Reports 3 More MERS Cases - NDTV
  176. Scientists Revealed Global Warming Will Not Lessen Winter Deaths - Yibada (English Edition)
  177. MA Medical Society Welcomes Governor's Opioid Report - GoLocal Worcester
  178. Two-thirds Americans either overweight or obese - Business Standard
  179. Kids With Good Memory Are Also Good Liars, Study Finds - Forbes
  180. Cyberbullying linked to risk of depression in kids and teens: research review - CTV News
  181. Health Officials Discuss Benefits of Fasting - Pioneer News
  182. Smartphones harmful for people with pacemaker - Financial Express
  183. Composer James Horner dies in plane crash - USA TODAY
  184. Pentagon says ISIS-linked suspect in Benghazi attack killed in airstrike - Fox News
  185. Barack Obama uses N-word as he says 'US isn't cured of racism' - Irish Independent
  186. 2 Minnesota women invited to White House Ramadan dinner - Washington Times
  187. Removing Confederate flag won't be quick, or easy - USA TODAY
  188. BRIEF-Serodus granted patent in Japan for product candidate within acute myocardial infarction
  189. BRIEF-Supersonic Imagine appoints Philippe Lutman as executive VP
  190. BRIEF-ScandiDos Q4 EBITDA loss widens to SEK 5.1 million
  191. Climate change health risk is a 'medical emergency', experts warn
  192. Supreme Court says government seizure of raisins is unconstitutional - Fox News
  193. Rapper Sean Combs arrested for assault with deadly weapon at UCLA - Reuters
  194. Scientists Revealed Global Warming Will Not Lessen Winter Deaths - Yibada (English Edition)
  195. MA Medical Society Welcomes Governor's Opioid Report - GoLocal Worcester
  196. Over two-thirds of Americans estimated to be overweight, obese - Medical News Today
  197. Cyberbullying linked to risk of depression in kids and teens: research review - CTV News
  198. Kids With Good Memory Are Also Good Liars, Study Finds - Forbes
  199. Can Smartphones Interfere With Pacemakers? - Philly.com
  200. Health Officials Discuss Benefits of Fasting - Pioneer News
  201. Maryland Gov. Larry Hogan says he has 'advanced' form of cancer - Washington Post
  202. BRIEF-Siegfried Holding completes consultation procedure in France
  203. PRESS DIGEST - Wall Street Journal - June 23
  204. INSIGHT-In twist, scientists join tobacco companies to fight cancer
  205. Removing Confederate flag won't be quick, or easy - USA TODAY
  206. Obama Holds Iftar Dinner at White House - Voice of America
  207. German stocks - Factors to watch on June 23
  208. UPDATE 2-Samsung scion apologises for MERS spread at group hospital
  209. PRESS DIGEST- New York Times business news - June 23
  210. BRIEF-Confirms initiation of Viaskin Peanut global phase III trial
  211. Swiss stocks - Factors to watch on June 23
  212. Qatar group to push sports integrity in U.S. even as World Cup award faces probes
  213. 'Golden' oldie De La Hoya '50-50' on fight comeback at 42
  214. U.S. eliminate Colombia, Bronze pure gold for England
  215. Why Obama's N-word was shocking - CNN
  216. Prison worker reportedly smuggled escaped convicts tools in hamburger meat - Fox News
  217. Cancer drugs get a new consumer's guide - Los Angeles Times
  218. MA Medical Society Welcomes Governor's Opioid Report - GoLocal Worcester
  219. How to prevent polio's re-emergence - Times of India
  220. Study: Two-Thirds Of Americans Are Overweight Or Obese - CBS Local
  221. Kids With Good Memory Are Also Good Liars, Study Finds - Forbes
  222. Cyberbullying linked to risk of depression in kids and teens: research review - CTV News
  223. Health Officials Discuss Benefits of Fasting - Pioneer News
  224. Composer James Horner dies in plane crash - USA TODAY
  225. Pentagon says ISIS-linked suspect in Benghazi attack killed in airstrike - Fox News
  226. 14 brands of bottled water recalled over E. coli concerns - USA TODAY
  227. Supreme Court says government seizure of raisins is unconstitutional - Fox News
  228. Samsung scion apologizes for MERS spread at group hospital - Reuters
  229. Diddy Arrested at UCLA on Suspicion of Assault With Deadly Weapon - Wall Street Journal
  230. Pentagon says ISIS-linked suspect in Benghazi attack killed in airstrike - Fox News
  231. Maryland Gov. Larry Hogan says he has 'advanced' form of cancer - Washington Post
  232. Removing Confederate flag won't be quick, or easy - USA TODAY
  233. UPDATE 1-Samsung Group scion bows in apology for MERS outbreak
  234. European Tour to co-sanction Australian PGA Championship
  235. Wambach cries foul after referee books Holiday
  236. WHO unit finds 2,4-D herbicide 'possibly' causes cancer in humans
  237. Group cited in church shooting suspect's alleged manifesto called 'crudely white ... - Fox News
  238. 'Titanic' composer James Horner feared dead in Southern California plane crash - Washington Post
  239. Obama hosts annual Ramadan dinner at White House - seattlepi.com
  240. Task force: Opioid abuse an epidemic in Massachusetts - MetroWest Daily News
  241. How to prevent polio's re-emergence - Times of India
  242. Study: Two-Thirds Of Americans Are Overweight Or Obese - CBS Local
  243. Cyberbullying linked to risk of depression in kids and teens: research review - CTV News
  244. You are when you eat - Gant Daily
  245. 5-day diet of modified fasting may cut risk factors, aid weight loss - Tribune-Review
  246. Maryland Gov. Larry Hogan says he has 'advanced' form of cancer - Washington Post
  247. Supreme Court says government seizure of raisins is unconstitutional - Fox News
  248. In aftermath of SC church shootings, signs of change among white people - Washington Post
  249. Report: Composer's plane crashes; one dead - USA TODAY
  250. Maryland Gov. Larry Hogan says he has 'advanced' form of cancer - Washington Post