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  1. Hillary Clinton Tackles Race in St. Louis Suburb - TIME
  2. BRIEF-Zhejiang ChiMin Pharma plans industry fund with partners
  3. Thousands of Guinea malaria cases go untreated amid Ebola fears - The Guardian
  4. ED drugs increase skin cancer risk - iAfrica.com
  5. Lawmakers move from Confederate flag debate to grieving - Washington Post
  6. Could your too-tight skinny jeans land you in the hospital? - CNN
  7. A Warmer Winter Will Not Lessen Deaths in the Cold - Echo Examiner
  8. Blood pressure drug may stop cocaine, alcohol addiction - Business Standard
  9. Fasting may 'boost' your health - Daily News & Analysis
  10. Smartphones can cause unwanted painful shocks to people wearing cardiac ... - West Texas News
  11. Dozens of Boston bombing victims to speak at Tsarnaev sentencing hearing - Fox News
  12. Hollande Demands Answers After Report U.S. Spied on Greece Talks - Bloomberg
  13. New York prison break: Tailor used baked goods to help killers, source says - CNN
  14. Leaders Content to Leave Confederate Statues in US Capitol Despite Flag Uproar - ABC News
  15. Hillary Clinton Tackles Race in St. Louis Suburb - TIME
  16. Vectura Group appoints AstraZeneca executive as CEO
  17. BRIEF-Amoeba launches IPO on Euronext Paris
  18. BRIEF-Biotest regains rights to Tregalizumab (BT-061)
  19. BRIEF-Trading of MDxHealth shares to be suspended as of June 24, 9 AM - FSMA
  20. BRIEF-Braster allots series F shares at 15 zlotys per share
  21. Pakistan heatwave: Death toll crosses 800 people in Sindh - BBC News
  22. Calif. judge throws out kill-gays ballot measure - USA TODAY
  23. Ebola crisis takes toll on malaria treatment in Guinea, say experts - Financial Express
  24. New video shows ISIS slowly drowning prisoners in a cage - New York Post
  25. A Warmer Winter Will Not Lessen Deaths in the Cold - Echo Examiner
  26. FDA-approved Isradipine Drug Could Help Fight Addiction, claims Study | Maine - Sentinel Republic
  27. Could too-tight jeans land you in the hospital? - CNN
  28. Fasting may 'boost' your health - Business Standard
  29. Smartphones Interfere With Pacemakers, Study Finds - Immortal News
  30. ED drugs increase skin cancer risk - iAfrica.com
  31. Medical marijuana may help some, but not all symptoms - ABC Online
  32. Calif. judge throws out kill-gays ballot measure - USA TODAY
  33. Juror 'misconduct' forces mistrial in case of disgraced Vanderbilt football players ... - New York Daily News
  34. François Hollande calls emergency meeting after WikiLeaks claims US spied on ... - The Guardian
  35. Amazon and Walmart stop selling Confederate flag after Charleston shooting - BBC News
  36. New York prison break: Tailor used baked goods to help killers, source says - CNN
  37. BRIEF-Abivax raises 57.7 million euros IPO
  38. BRIEF-Txcell announces temporary partial hold of activities at its pilot manufacturing unit
  39. BRIEF-Vectura appoints James Ward-Lilley as CEO
  40. Leaked autopsy finds Freddie Gray suffered 'high-energy' injury - Washington Post
  41. Could too-tight jeans land you in the hospital? - CNN
  42. Islamic State group releases grisly video - The Seattle Times
  43. Could too-tight jeans land you in the hospital? - CNN
  44. FDA-approved Isradipine Drug Could Help Fight Addiction, claims Study - Maine News Online
  45. A Warmer Winter Will Not Lessen Deaths in the Cold - Echo Examiner
  46. Ebola may have caused spike in Guinea's malaria deaths - Al Jazeera America
  47. Smartphones May Shock People Using Pacemakers - Pulse Headlines
  48. South Korea MERS cases rise to 179 - Business Standard
  49. Medical marijuana may help some, but not all symptoms - ABC Online
  50. Hillary Clinton Tackles Race in St. Louis Suburb - TIME
  51. NY prison break: Mitchell used baked goods to help killers, source says - CNN
  52. Several major retailers ban sales of Confederate flag - Los Angeles Times
  53. BRIEF-LifeWatch ends Pharma Life litigation
  54. Swiss stocks - Factors to watch on June 24
  55. BRIEF-Lundbeck: Young adult patients with schizophrenia show improved functioning with Abilify Maintena
  56. BRIEF-Nexam Chemical receives order worth SEK 2.4 million
  57. Pressure builds on Tyson Gay to make U.S. team
  58. Pressure builds on Tyson Gay to make U.S. team
  59. Japan keep title defense alive with win over Dutch
  60. US Says Not Targeting Hollande's Communications - Voice of America
  61. Barbarism by the book: New ISIS video aims to show religious purity - Fox News
  62. Could too-tight jeans land you in the hospital? - CNN
  63. Global warming doesn't have any effect on winter related deaths - Sentinel Republic
  64. Blood Pressure And Addiction: New Medication May Help Drug Users Quit - Science World Report
  65. Fear of Ebola likely led to increased malaria deaths in West Africa outbreak ... - Fox News
  66. Smartphones should be 15 to 20 cm away from Pacemakers, Study - Weekly Observer
  67. South Korea supplementary MERS budget set to top 10 trillion won - Reuters
  68. Medical marijuana may help some symptoms, but not - Jakarta Post
  69. California judge agrees to dismiss kill-gays ballot measure - San Jose Mercury News
  70. Autopsy shows Freddie Gray died of 'high-energy injury' - Baltimore newspaper - Reuters
  71. Barbarism by the book: New ISIS video aims to show religious purity - Fox News
  72. Marilyn Mosby Urges Young People To Use Freddie Gray Case To Form A ... - Daily Caller
  73. 'Espionnage Élysée': US says 'We do not and will not' spy on France - Telegraph.co.uk
  74. Hillary Clinton Calls Charleston Church Massacre 'Racist Terrorism' - People Magazine
  75. NY prison break: Mitchell used baked goods to help killers, source says - CNN
  76. Not so fast? Haley could face tough battle in push to remove Confederate flag - Fox News
  77. Most uses of medical marijuana wouldn't pass FDA review, study finds - Los Angeles Times
  78. Most uses of medical marijuana wouldn't pass FDA review, study finds - Los Angeles Times
  79. South Korea reports four new MERS cases, total rises to 179 - Reuters
  80. Viagra and Melanoma: Search for Link Inconclusive - MedPage Today
  81. Pacemaker: Your Smartphone Too Close Could Cause You To Faint - Science World Report
  82. Fear of Ebola likely led to increased malaria deaths in West Africa outbreak ... - Fox News
  83. Blood Pressure And Addiction: New Medication May Help Drug Users Quit - Science World Report
  84. Global warming doesn't have any effect on winter related deaths - Sentinel Republic
  85. Dashcam Footage Shows Arrest of Charleston Shooting Suspect - TIME
  86. 'Titanic' composer James Horner died in plane crash, agent says - Fox News
  87. Top French security officials to convene emergency meeting after WikiLeaks ... - Los Angeles Times
  88. Prison Worker Smuggled Tools in Hamburger Meat to Help Prisoners Escape ... - ABC News
  89. Overtime to be 3-on-3 under proposed new rules
  90. Wambach apologizes for referee comments
  91. Study Finds Widespread Inaccuracies In Dosing Of Medical Marijuana Edibles - CBS Local
  92. Hajis told to brace up for MERS attack - Times of India
  93. Viagra and Melanoma: Search for Link Inconclusive - MedPage Today
  94. Pacemaker: Your Smartphone Too Close Could Cause You To Faint - Science World Report
  95. Fear of Ebola likely led to increased malaria deaths in West Africa outbreak ... - Fox News
  96. 6 healthy fats to add to your diet - Bent County Democrat
  97. Is Alzheimer's disease preventable? - CNN
  98. Blood Pressure And Addiction: New Medication May Help Drug Users Quit - Science World Report
  99. Hajis told to brace up for MERS attack - Times of India
  100. Study Finds Widespread Inaccuracies In Dosing Of Medical Marijuana Edibles - CBS Local
  101. Karachi Heat Wave Death Toll Tops 650 During Ramadan Fast - New York Times
  102. Donald Trump scores second place to Jeb Bush in New Hampshire GOP voter poll - New York Daily News
  103. Prison Worker Smuggled Tools in Hamburger Meat to Help Prisoners Escape ... - ABC News
  104. Viagra and Melanoma: Search for Link Inconclusive - MedPage Today
  105. Smartphones Can Interfere With Cardiac Devices - Doctors Lounge
  106. Ebola crisis in Guinea 'has set back malaria fight' - BBC News
  107. Bacteria on Galveston beaches common after rain - Chron.com
  108. Skinny jeans, heavy purses, and other ways to become a fashion victim - Vancouver Sun
  109. 6 healthy fats to add to your diet - Bent County Democrat
  110. Iran's Supreme Leader Seems to Step Back From Nuclear Talks - New York Times
  111. US will no longer prosecute families who try to pay ransom for hostages - Los Angeles Times
  112. What we know about Dylann Roof as told in photographs - CNN
  113. Prison Worker Smuggled Tools in Hamburger Meat to Help Prisoners Escape ... - ABC News
  114. Tom Brady's appeal of NFL suspension still underway
  115. South Korea reports four new MERS cases, total rises to 179
  116. China asks three local milk producers to recall infant formula
  117. Study: Medical pot isn't proven, but Colorado is launching studies - The Denver Post
  118. Samsung heir sorry for MERS outbreak - The Star Online
  119. 6 healthy fats to add to your diet - Bent County Democrat
  120. Is Alzheimer's disease preventable? - CNN
  121. Woman Hospitalized After Suffering Nerve Damage from Skinny Jeans - People Magazine
  122. Bacteria on Galveston beaches common after rain - Chron.com
  123. Phones And Pacemakers: Do Smartphones Create Problems For Pacemakers? - The Inquisitr
  124. Viagra and Melanoma: Search for Link Inconclusive - MedPage Today
  125. US agency spied on French presidents - WikiLeaks - Reuters
  126. White supremacist group stands by racist ideology - CNN
  127. Ransom for ISIS hostages? Obama administration to loosen US hostage policies - Christian Science Monitor
  128. NY prison break: Tailor passed hacksaw blades in meat, source says - CNN
  129. Why business fought the Confederate flag - CNN
  130. Malaria deaths in Guinea likely to exceed Ebola toll as patients shun clinics
  131. Brazil plans 60,000 security force for Rio Olympics: source
  132. Pakistan Heat Wave Kills Hundreds: Victims 'Dying On the Streets' - NBCNews.com
  133. Top Job For Boeing's Hyper-Competitive New CEO: Shoring Up Defense Business - Forbes
  134. Most uses of medical marijuana wouldn't pass FDA review, study finds - Los Angeles Times
  135. Is Alzheimer's disease preventable? - CNN
  136. 6 healthy fats to add to your diet - Bent County Democrat
  137. Bacteria on Galveston beaches common after rain - Chron.com
  138. Cardiac Patients Warned of Smartphone Dangers - Latinos Post
  139. Viagra and Melanoma: Search for Link Inconclusive - MedPage Today
  140. Skinny jean fashion victim suffers damaged nerves - CBC.ca
  141. Blistering Heatwave Hits Pakistan - ABC News
  142. Charleston church gunman bought pistol near home: NBC - Reuters
  143. Hillary Clinton's image is dented, but she still leads all challengers in polls - Los Angeles Times
  144. Lawmakers 'disappointed' with hostage policy reforms push legislation - CNN
  145. NY prison break: Tailor passed hacksaw blades in meat, source says - CNN
  146. Prominent Flag Manufacturer Will Stop Producing Confederate Flags - TIME
  147. Danny Ferry, architect of NBA's Hawks, faces uncertain future
  148. Senators Skeptical of U.S. Government's Grasp of Personnel Hack - Bloomberg
  149. Most uses of medical marijuana wouldn't pass FDA review, study finds - Los Angeles Times
  150. Skinny jean fashion victim suffers damaged nerves - CBC.ca
  151. Blood Pressure Meds Could Treat Drug, Alcohol Addiction By Erasing Memories - University Herald
  152. Samsung heir apologises for failing to stop Mers spread at group hospital - Telegraph.co.uk
  153. Is Alzheimer's disease preventable? - CNN
  154. 6 healthy fats to add to your diet - Wellington Daily News
  155. The Reason Beachgoers Are Being Warned to Avoid Gulf Waters in Texas - ABC News
  156. Cardiac Patients Warned of Smartphone Dangers - Latinos Post
  157. Clinton to say removing the Confederate flag is important, but not the solution - CNN
  158. US will not prosecute families for paying hostage ransom - Reuters
  159. Dashcam footage reveals Dylann Roof's arrest - USA TODAY
  160. After Charleston, South Revisits Its Many Confederate Images - ABC News
  161. Medtronic recalls breathing devices after serious injury reports
  162. Weight-loss surgery may help curb urinary incontinence
  163. Some shoppers confused about how to choose sunscreen
  164. Plugging the tear ducts helps some with dry eyes
  165. Medtronic recalls breathing devices after serious injury reports
  166. ISIS Kidnaps 1,227 Children in Mosul for Jihadi Training Camp; Iraqi PM Says Terrorists Have Expanded Recruitment to Over 100 Foreign Countries
  167. New York prison escapees left DNA and boots in cabin, source says - CNN
  168. Senate moves Obama trade pact closer to enactment - Christian Science Monitor
  169. Is Alzheimer's disease preventable? - CNN
  170. 6 healthy fats to add to your diet - Wellington Daily News
  171. The Reason Beachgoers Are Being Warned to Avoid Gulf Waters in Texas - ABC News
  172. Samsung heir apologises for failing to stop Mers spread at group hospital - Telegraph.co.uk
  173. Smartphones Can Occasionally Interfere with Pacemakers - Healthline
  174. Blood Pressure Meds Could Treat Drug, Alcohol Addiction By Erasing Memories - University Herald
  175. Media caption Australians give their reaction to doctors' skinny jeans warning - BBC News
  176. Buyer beware when it comes to medical marijuana 'edibles': Study - USA TODAY
  177. US 'spied on French presidents' - Wikileaks - BBC News
  178. Number affected by hack soars to 18M, agency head says nobody 'personally ... - Fox News
  179. US Won't Threaten to Prosecute Hostages' Families for Ransom - ABC News
  180. Obama's fast-track trade bill clears key Senate hurdle - Los Angeles Times
  181. Charleston Church Shootings: Police Release Video of Dylann Roof's Arrest - NBCNews.com
  182. Bikinis to knives: Confederate flag merchandise rampant online - USA TODAY
  183. Novavax extends gains, hits highest since 2002
  184. T-Wolves may go to Towns with top pick in NBA Draft
  185. One-fourth of Americans lie to dentists about flossing: survey
  186. Hillary Clinton urges US retailers to pull Confederate flag products - Reuters
  187. US Sends Tanks, Military Equipment to Deter Russian Aggression - Wall Street Journal
  188. Poll: Trump sits in second place in New Hampshire - CNN
  189. Nighttime Fasting Can Help with Weight Loss and Blood Sugar Levels - Mirror Daily
  190. The Reason Beachgoers Are Being Warned to Avoid Gulf Waters in Texas - ABC News
  191. Samsung scion regrets over Mers outbreak - Khaleej Times
  192. Fat Is Not The Enemy, According To Dietary Guidelines for Americans Committee - Headlines & Global News
  193. Can Smartphones Interfere With Pacemakers? - Philly.com
  194. Blood pressure meds may cure addiction, study shows - State Column
  195. Labels on Edible Medical Marijuana Products Often Misleading: Study - Philly.com
  196. Could too-tight jeans land you in the hospital? - CNN
  197. Mitch McConnell Wants to Remove Jefferson Davis Statue from Kentucky Capitol - Bloomberg
  198. Clinton to say removing the Confederate flag is important, but not the solution - CNN
  199. White House to announce US won't prosecute hostages' families who pay ransom - Fox News
  200. Trade bill squeaks through Senate test vote - CBS News
  201. One-fourth of Americans lie to dentists about flossing -survey
  202. Former NBA All-Star Andrei Kirilenko retires
  203. NFL's Redskins urge judge to restore trademarks in slur fight
  204. Two Eritrean riders to compete in Tour de France
  205. Rabbi Jonathan Sacks: Secularism Can't Solve Today's Religious Violence; Answers Rooted in 'Sibling Rivalry' of Jews, Christians, Muslims
  206. US sending tanks and armor to Europe - CNN
  207. Dash Cam Footage Shows Moment of Charleston Church Shooting Suspect ... - ABC News
  208. Squatting in skinny jeans can lead to nerve damage, study finds - Los Angeles Times
  209. Scientists Revealed Global Warming Will Not Lessen Winter Deaths - Yibada (English Edition)
  210. Nighttime Fasting Can Help with Weight Loss and Blood Sugar Levels - Mirror Daily
  211. Fat is back: Vilified nutrient gets reprieve - KCRA Sacramento
  212. Samsung Heir Apparent Apologizes for Hospital's Role in MERS Outbreak - NDTV
  213. Can Smartphones Interfere With Pacemakers? - Philly.com
  214. Blood pressure medication may stop drug, alcohol addiction - UPI.com
  215. Questions raised on efficacy, labeling of medical marijuana - CBS News
  216. Squatting in skinny jeans can lead to nerve damage, study finds - Los Angeles Times
  217. Dash Cam Footage Shows Moment of Charleston Church Shooting Suspect ... - ABC News
  218. White House to Release Review of Hostage Policies - TIME
  219. Obama trade agenda inches toward passage with Senate vote on 'fast track' - Washington Post
  220. Rally calls for Confederate flag to go at South Carolina capitol - Reuters
  221. BRIEF-EOS Imaging announces 2 new installations of its system in Germany
  222. UnitedHealth leaves insurance industry lobbying group AHIP
  223. Exclusive: Swiss authorities probing FIFA say Garcia report of little help - source
  224. Blatter to attend World Cup draw in Russia on July 25
  225. UnitedHealth leaves insurance industry lobbying group AHIP
  226. ISIS Celebrates Ramadan by Awarding Sex Slaves as Prizes in Quran Memorization Contest
  227. Clinton to Address Charleston Shooting, Race Near Ferguson - ABC News
  228. Dick Van Patten, who played 'Eight Is Enough' patriarch, dies at 86 - Los Angeles Times
  229. US sending tanks and armor to Europe - CNN
  230. Scientists Revealed Global Warming Will Not Lessen Winter Deaths - Yibada (English Edition)
  231. Nighttime Fasting Can Help with Weight Loss and Blood Sugar Levels - Mirror Daily
  232. Samsung Heir Apparent Apologizes for Hospital's Role in MERS Outbreak - NDTV
  233. Can Smartphones Interfere With Pacemakers? - Philly.com
  234. Questions raised on efficacy, labeling of medical marijuana - CBS News
  235. Blood pressure medication may stop drug, alcohol addiction - UPI.com
  236. Medical marijuana: good evidence for some diseases, weak for others - Reuters
  237. Warning: skinny jeans aren't the only wardrobe hazard to your health - The Guardian
  238. OPM Director on Second Hack: We Can't Say How Many Were Affected - NBCNews.com
  239. Ramadan and the Blending of American Muslims - Huffington Post
  240. Obama trade agenda clears key Senate test vote - Fox News
  241. Diets high in fat, sugar may reduce cognitive functioning by altering gut bacteria
  242. UPDATE 1-Nestle names Takeda's Francois-Xavier Roger as finance chief
  243. NY fines liquid nicotine makers for not child-proofing packages
  244. BRIEF-Virbac sees fall in group's current operating profit in 2015
  245. BRIEF-Mdxhealth launches 20 mln euro equity placement
  246. BRIEF-Journal Of Clinical Oncology publishes Onxeo Beleodaq (Belinostat) pivotal belief study results
  247. NY fines liquid nicotine makers for not child-proofing packages
  248. UK Preacher Says He's Ready to Go to Jail for Calling Islam 'Satanic;' Churches Leaders Fear Being Targeted for Christian Beliefs
  249. Hostages' relatives will be absolved from threat of prosecution over ransoms - Los Angeles Times
  250. Hillary finds room for race amid cash run - Fox News