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  1. Health officials warn of 'rare' flesh-eating bacteria in Florida - WPXI Pittsburgh
  2. US experts urge approval of second cholesterol drug - CTV News
  3. Sexual-assault program cut rape rate in half - CBC.ca
  4. Celebrities and crowdfunding aid Hollywood family devastated by rare disease - CNN
  5. A handful of nuts per day could cut your risk of death: study - New York Daily News
  6. How Authorities Are Trying to Stop the Deadly MERS Outbreak - ABC News
  7. Manhunt for escaped New York inmates returns near scene of prison break: cops - New York Daily News
  8. Report: Murdoch plans to step down as CEO of 21st Century Fox - USA TODAY
  9. Study: DASH diet can substitute lean pork for chicken or fish to reduce blood pressure
  10. Researchers develop novel ketone supplements to enhance non-toxic cancer therapy
  11. Carotenoid levels in breast milk vary by country, diet
  12. Diet or exercise programs in pregnancy lower certain risks
  13. Fitch Rates Ephios Bondco PLC 'B(EXP)'; Outlook Stable
  14. Woodford exits bets on Sanofi, adds drug, tech firms
  15. Pregnant women may be unaware of possible e-cigarette risks
  16. 1 dead, 8 injured in Connecticut apartment complex shooting - New York Daily News
  17. Christopher Lee, famous for villainous roles, dies at 93 - Washington Post
  18. Nepal landslides triggered by heavy rain bury at least 21 people - Los Angeles Times
  19. Nuts Reduce Risk Of Death From Any Cause, Study Finds - Forbes
  20. Scientists say fidgeting in ADHD children may enhance brain function - Fox News
  21. Obese Moms May Program Their Kids in Utero to Obesity - MedPage Today
  22. C-section may raise baby's risk of asthma, diabetes, obesity - Bangor Daily News
  23. Health officials warn of 'rare' flesh-eating bacteria in Florida - Atlanta Journal Constitution
  24. Sexual-assault program cut rape rate in half - CBC.ca
  25. US experts urge approval of second cholesterol drug - CTV News
  26. South Korea says MERS patient dies, 10th fatality in outbreak - Reuters
  27. House to Begin Series of Votes Leading to Fast-Track Bill Thursday - Wall Street Journal
  28. Manhunt for killers who made daring New York prison escape spreads into ... - Washington Post
  29. Valeant names McKinsey merger expert as its next CFO
  30. MSF urges India not to "cave to pressure" on affordable drugs
  31. Klinsmann sets U.S. on path to higher goals
  32. Azerbaijan rejects human rights violations claims on Games eve
  33. Cesarean birth may raise baby’s risk of asthma, diabetes and obesity
  34. MSF urges India not to 'cave to pressure' on affordable drugs
  35. India scraps import duties on AIDS drugs to battle shortage
  36. Virginia Teen Pleads Guilty to Aiding ISIS - Wall Street Journal
  37. 21 dead, dozens missing after landslide hits 6 villages in Nepal - Fox News
  38. Texas man, dog die after being trapped in Corvette - USA TODAY
  39. Scientists say fidgeting in ADHD children may enhance brain function - Fox News
  40. C-section may raise baby's risk of asthma, diabetes, obesity - Bangor Daily News
  41. Warm weather brings rare 'flesh-eating' bacteria to Florida beaches - 12NewsNow.Com
  42. Heartburn Drugs May Boost Risk Of Heart Attack - RTT News
  43. Eating Nuts Could Save You From Early Death, Study Says - TIME
  44. FDA panel gives thumbs up to new cholesterol drugs - UPI.com
  45. Study On Preventing College Rape Shows Us How We Should Run The World - Forbes
  46. South Korea says MERS patient dies, 10th fatality in outbreak - Reuters
  47. House GOP plans two days of debate, Friday showdown vote on Obama trade ... - Fox News
  48. Manhunt for escaped killers spreads into Vermont - Washington Post
  49. BRIEF-Novartis India says not got any notice from Novartis AG on intention to delist Indian unit
  50. UPDATE 1-HealthSouth to buy rehab hospital operator for $730 mln
  51. Novartis India arm says unaware of any delisting plan
  52. India scraps import duties on AIDS drugs to battle shortage
  53. Korean Kim keeps errors away to grab lead in Thailand
  54. American Keith Broomfield Killed by ISIS; Mother Says Son Believed 'It Was God's Will' for Him to Fight Terror Group
  55. Christians Displaced by ISIS Are Coming to the Aid of Iraq's Religious Minorities; Yazidi Leader Says 'Our Faith Does Not Help Us' but the Church Helps Everyone
  56. Former Chinese security chief sentenced to life in corruption case - Washington Post
  57. Body of American killed fighting IS handed over to family - Chron.com
  58. Asian jet fuel refining profits could weaken on MERS outbreak - Reuters
  59. Women trained to resist sexual assault far less likely to be raped: study - CTV News
  60. Eating Nuts Could Save You From Early Death, Study Says - TIME
  61. Bringing the Farm to the City: How a Local Land Grant University is Supporting a Different Kind of Agriculture
  62. Daily antacid use ups heart attack risk: Study - Times of India
  63. Blue Bell Creameries believes it has found listeria source at Oklahoma site - Daily Mail
  64. 'Flesh-eating' bacteria can be found in Florida beaches - Palm Beach Post
  65. New psoriasis drug helps fast improvement - Times of India
  66. There's still a lot we don't know about the new cholesterol-lowering drugs - Vox
  67. 21 dead, dozens missing after landslide hits 6 villages in Nepal - Fox News
  68. China's former security chief given life sentence for corruption - The Guardian
  69. Obama's day: A fundraiser, a looming trade vote - USA TODAY
  70. New York Escape: Road Closed Near Prison as Cops Pursue New Lead - NBCNews.com
  71. Breast milk shared to help babies via online and offline communities
  72. UPDATE 1-Safran says too early to commit to new jet output rise
  73. HealthSouth to buy rehab hospital operator for $730 mln
  74. Mansell yearns for F1's good old days
  75. Corruption scandal in Latin America takes shine off Copa America
  76. Pastor Saeed Abedini 'Viciously Beaten' in Iranian Prison, Told His Only Way Out Is to Deny Jesus Christ
  77. Surveillance powers: New law needed, says terror watchdog - BBC News
  78. How prevalent is the tourist naked selfie? - BBC News
  79. Hillary Clinton won't back down. Or go away. - Washington Post
  80. Blue Bell Creameries believes it has found listeria source at Oklahoma site - Daily Mail
  81. Scientists say fidgeting in ADHD children may enhance brain function - Fox News
  82. Nuts aren't just delicious—they help you live longer - Quartz
  83. New drug clears psoriasis symptoms in trial - UPI.com
  84. US experts urge approval of second cholesterol drug - CTV News
  85. Women trained to resist sexual assault far less likely to be raped: study - CTV News
  86. Some common heartburn drugs may increase heart attack risk - CBS News
  87. Seoul's Rationale for a MERS Rate Cut - Wall Street Journal
  88. 1 dead, 8 injured in shooting at Connecticut housing complex - Fox News
  89. Nepal landslides and floods kill at least 15 - BBC News
  90. Police close road to investigate lead in hunt for escaped killers - USA TODAY
  91. Deadly delay: Long ER waits aggravate South Korea MERS spread
  92. EU regulators to warn GE on Alstom power deal - sources
  93. BRIEF-Elekta says aims to reduce costs by SEK 450 mln in two years
  94. BRIEF-GW Pharma initiates second phase III pivotal study of Epidiolex
  95. EU lawmakers urge FIFA's Blatter to go now
  96. U.S. FDA testing Nestle's Maggi noodles after India recall
  97. Christians in Turkey's Parliament: The Kurdish Party Changes Turkish Political Landscape in Unprecedented Way
  98. Why only Putin could turn up late for meeting with the Pope - CNN
  99. Amazon e-book operation in European anti-trust probe - BBC News
  100. Women trained to resist sexual assault far less likely to be raped: study - CTV News
  101. Baby koala won't leave mom during her surgery - CNN
  102. Bystanders who do CPR save lives; cells phones can help find them - Fox News
  103. Blue Bell believes listeria source likely identified at Oklahoma plant - Fox News
  104. New psoriasis drug has shown to help fast improvement - Dispatch Times
  105. US experts urge approval of second cholesterol drug - CTV News
  106. Some common heartburn drugs may increase heart attack risk - CBS News
  107. Paul Ryan: 'I wouldn't rule ou... - Washington Times
  108. Beijing's New Nuance: Xi Meets With Suu Kyi - Wall Street Journal
  109. US ambassador to UN visits Ukraine, slams Russian 'aggression' - CNN
  110. Arrested Mount Kinabalu 'nudist' admits 'stupidity' - BBC News
  111. Bill Clinton Says He'll Nix Paid Speeches If Hillary Wins - NBCNews.com
  112. North Korea Newsletter 366 (June 11, 2015) - The Korea Observer
  113. New York Escape: Road Closed Near Prison as Cops Pursue New Lead - NBCNews.com
  114. BRIEF-Mevis Medical Solutions says Joerg Faessler elected as chairman of supervisory board
  115. BRIEF-Renhe Pharmacy's share trading to halt pending announcement
  116. BRIEF-Sinocare terminates asset restructuring plan
  117. Deals of the day- Mergers and acquisitions
  118. Walker guides Abu Dhabi to verge of Volvo Ocean Race title
  119. FIFA to hold new election but under same old rules
  120. South Korea cuts rates as MERS clouds outlook; 10th patient dies - Reuters
  121. Daily Use of Antacids May Up the Risk of Heart Attack - NDTV
  122. I'm portrayed as cycling's Voldemort, says Armstrong
  123. Gulf states defend Qatar 2022 World Cup
  124. This Story of a Koala Joey Clinging to His Mom While She Undergoes Surgery ... - E! Online
  125. Blue Bell believes listeria source likely identified at Oklahoma plant - Fox News
  126. New psoriasis drug helps fast improvement - Times of India
  127. FDA Panel Approves Sanofi's Cholesterol-Lowering Drug amid Reservations - West Texas News
  128. 2 dead, 2 critical after impaired driver hits Washington high school students ... - New York Daily News
  129. Putin rounds off busy Italy trip with a hug for Berlusconi - Telegraph.co.uk
  130. China condemns Tibet protesters, says won't shake bid resolve
  131. Truck carrying 4 sharks crashes on Florida highway - CBS News
  132. Dellavedova's success delights sleepy Australian home-town
  133. Safran says CFM jet engine market share rising
  134. BRIEF-Amplitude Surgical launches IPO on Euronext Paris
  135. Nuts, peanuts linked to reduced risk of death from cancer, other diseases
  136. Searches close road near prison where convicted killers escaped - Fox News
  137. Nepal landslides and floods kill at least 15 - BBC News
  138. Daily antacid use ups heart attack risk: Study - Times of India
  139. Bank of Korea Cuts Key Interest Rate to Stave Off Economic Fallout From MERS - TIME
  140. New psoriasis drug helps fast improvement - Times of India
  141. Blue Bell believes listeria source likely identified at Oklahoma plant - Fox News
  142. Baby koala won't leave mom during her surgery - CNN
  143. US navy commander calls N. Korea "rogue nation" - Arirang News
  144. BRIEF-Buyout firm Nordic Capital buys Sunrise Medical
  145. House GOP plans two days of debate, Friday showdown vote on Obama trade ... - Fox News
  146. BRIEF-Shire appoints Olivier Bohuon to its board of directors
  147. BRIEF-DKSH and AstraZeneca expand relationship in South East Asia
  148. New York Prison Break: Former Inmates Are Shocked Over Inside Job Possibility - NBCNews.com
  149. Putin meets Pontiff over Ukraine and plight of Christians in Middle East - Irish Independent
  150. BRIEF-Sygnis signs second non-exclusive distribution agreement with Welgene Biotech in Taiwan
  151. BRIEF-Scibase continues to expand in Germany and Sweden
  152. BRIEF-Pihlajalinna: full exercise of over-allotment option
  153. Healthcare investor Malin buys stake in Altan Pharma
  154. BRIEF-Theraclion announces first Echopulse sale in Egypt with AB Care
  155. BRIEF-Eurofins Scientific announces results of study on Viracor-IBT's ImmuKnow test
  156. US navy commander calls N. Korea "rogue nation" - Arirang News
  157. Landslide triggered by heavy rain buries six villages in Nepal - Irish Independent
  158. Listeria source likely identified at Oklahoma plant: Blue Bell Creameries - NYC Today
  159. New psoriasis drug helps fast improvement - Zee News
  160. Unmatched love: Baby koala clinged on to his mother throughout her operation - The Indian Express
  161. Bank Of Korea Cuts Key Interest Rate to Stave Off Economic Fallout From MERS - TIME
  162. Data Dive Suggests Link Between Heartburn Drugs And Heart Attacks - NPR
  163. US House plans Friday vote on bill key to Pacific trade pact - Reuters
  164. Nashville Music City Center abuzz with 100000 bees on roof - Oroville Mercury Register
  165. American who died fighting Islamic State inspired by TV - USA TODAY
  166. A shark has died after the lorry it was being transported in crashed off the road. - Irish Independent
  167. American dies fighting in Syria - Sky News Australia
  168. Manhunt for escaped killers expands to Vermont - CNN
  169. PRESS DIGEST- New York Times business news - June 11
  170. PRESS DIGEST - Wall Street Journal - June 11
  171. BRIEF-Tigenix starts Cx601 marketing authorisation application process
  172. German stocks - Factors to watch on June 11
  173. BRIEF-Biotie: Completion of pricing of U.S. public offering of ADSs; conversion of convertible notes
  174. BRIEF-Celyad completes safety follow-up of first patient in NKG2D Phase I trial
  175. Baseball, softball apply for Tokyo 2020 Games inclusion
  176. US House plans Friday vote on bill key to Pacific trade pact - Reuters
  177. Nashville's Music City Center is now home to 100000 bees - CBS News
  178. Chinese police investigating apparent suicides of 4 young siblings abandoned ... - Fox News
  179. Four-year study shows long-term gains for children on the autism spectrum - Sacramento Bee
  180. Simple test for proteins in blood could detect if person will suffer Alzheimer's ten ... - Daily Mail
  181. Psoriasis 'miracle' drug offers hope to thousands of sufferers - Telegraph.co.uk
  182. Study suggests there is a genetic link between creativity and mental illness - The Silver Ink
  183. South Korea cuts rates as MERS clouds outlook; 14 new cases - Reuters
  184. Common Acid Reflux Drugs Associated With Increased Risk for Heart Attacks - Forbes
  185. Pregnant mom sucks rattlesnake venom from 4-year-old's foot, not a good idea - Los Angeles Times
  186. Pope Francis Urges Putin to Seek Peace in Ukraine - Wall Street Journal
  187. American fighting with Kurds against IS is killed in battle - Toronto Star
  188. Nashville's Music City Center is now home to 100000 bees - CBS News
  189. CNN announces Republican primary debate state - CNN
  190. Manhunt for escaped killers expands to Vermont - CNN
  191. UPDATE 1-Gateway shares climb in debut, salve for bruised Australian IPO market
  192. WRAPUP 1- South Korea cuts rates as MERS clouds outlook; 14 new cases
  193. Crawford stands tall as Blackhawks beat Lightning 2-1
  194. Bill Clinton defends family foundation - CBS News
  195. 2 dead, 2 critical after impaired driver hits Washington high school students ... - New York Daily News
  196. Shark Dies in Semi Crash on Florida Interstate - NBCNews.com
  197. Are Babies of Obese Moms Hardwired for Obesity? - MedPage Today
  198. Sexual assault prevention program cuts risk of rape nearly 50%, study says - Los Angeles Times
  199. Study Links Creativity for Risk of Schizophrenia - Pioneer News
  200. Woman Give Birth From Ovarian Tissue Frozen 14 Years Ago - ABC News
  201. Common heartburn medications linked to greater risk of heart attack - Washington Post
  202. South Korea cuts rates as MERS clouds outlook; 14 new cases - Reuters
  203. Nashville's Music City Center is now home to 100000 bees - CBS News
  204. Georgia Sen. Johnny Isakson says he has Parkinson's, won't let that stop him ... - The Week Magazine
  205. Obama's new plan against ISIS signals that US still in for a long war in Iraq - Washington Post
  206. Bill Clinton defends family foundation - CBS News
  207. Australia's Gateway Lifestyle shares debut at premium after raising $295 mln
  208. South Korea reports 14 new MERS cases, takes total to 122
  209. South Korea reports 14 new MERS cases, takes total to 122 - Reuters
  210. Common heartburn medications linked to greater risk of heart attack - Washington Post
  211. Woman uses her ovary frozen at 13, gives birth - Times of India
  212. Study: Creativity Comes With Genetic Risk for Psychosis - Voice of America
  213. Sexual assault prevention program cuts risk of rape nearly 50%, study says - Los Angeles Times
  214. Bystanders who do CPR save lives; cells phones can help find them - Reuters
  215. Are Babies of Obese Moms Hardwired for Obesity? - MedPage Today
  216. Bill Clinton says he will stop giving paid speeches if Hillary wins | Reuters - Firstpost
  217. Police officer quits after video emerges of him throwing teen girl to ground at ... - Irish Independent
  218. Obama's new plan against ISIS signals that US still in for a long war in Iraq - Washington Post
  219. Manhunt for escaped prisoners expands to Vermont - Christian Science Monitor
  220. Beyond games, Oculus virtual reality headset finds medical uses
  221. Young Filipinos box clever to emulate Pacquiao
  222. Beyond games, Oculus virtual reality headset finds medical uses
  223. Georgia Sen. Johnny Isakson says he has Parkinson's, won't let that stop him ... - The Week Magazine
  224. UPDATE 1-S.Korea cuts rates to record low as govt steps up fight against MERS - Reuters
  225. Are Babies of Obese Moms Hardwired for Obesity? - MedPage Today
  226. Bystanders who do CPR save lives; cells phones can help find them - Reuters
  227. Sexual assault prevention program cuts risk of rape nearly 50%, study says - Los Angeles Times
  228. Study: Creativity Comes With Genetic Risk for Psychosis - Voice of America
  229. Woman uses her ovary frozen at 13, gives birth - Times of India
  230. Common reflux drugs linked to heart attack - ABC Online
  231. American Keith Broomfield killed fighting in Syria - CNN
  232. Bill Clinton Might Stop Giving Paid Speeches If Hillary Wins The White House - ABC News
  233. Why Obama's new ISIS plan signals a long war in Iraq - Washington Post
  234. Manhunt for escaped killers expands to Vermont - CNN
  235. PRESS DIGEST- Financial Times - June 11
  236. South Korea reports 14 new MERS cases, takes total to 122
  237. Pope: 'Sincere effort' needed on Ukraine - Irish Examiner
  238. 8 things you need to know tonight: Sen. Isakson has Parkinson's - Atlanta Journal Constitution
  239. South Korea reports 14 new MERS cases, takes total to 122 - Reuters
  240. Are Babies of Obese Moms Hardwired for Obesity? - MedPage Today
  241. Study: Creativity Comes With Genetic Risk for Psychosis - Voice of America
  242. Woman uses her ovary frozen at 13, gives birth - Times of India
  243. Common heartburn medications linked to greater risk of heart attack - Washington Post
  244. FDA Panel Backs Amgen's Cholesterol-Lowering Drug - Wall Street Journal
  245. Bloody bat found at scene of DC mansion murders - CNN
  246. US to Add Forces in Iraq, but Restrict Their Role - Wall Street Journal
  247. House subcommittee approves cuts to EPA funding - USA TODAY
  248. Ghana halts Ebola vaccine trial due to community protests
  249. Energized Simpson raring to go in Memphis
  250. Number one Ko patient about taking first major prize