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  1. BRIEF-Fitch: Anthem block of Cigna Buy wouldn't likely hurt ratings
  2. Farr to introduce bipartisan marijuana research bill - Monterey County Herald
  3. Lead Rules Provide Only an 'Illusion of Safety,' Pediatricians Say - NBCNews.com
  4. Fitbit's newest feature reminds you to go to bed - TechCrunch
  5. Drug company-sponsored meals tied to more prescriptions - Fox News
  6. Health officials worry about Zika threat from neighbors - CBS News
  7. The 'magical' camp for children whose parents have cancer - CNN
  8. A yellow fever epidemic has broken out in the Congo - Business Insider
  9. Experimental Zika vaccine to begin human testing - Washington Post
  10. Conflict Pushes Displaced People to Record 65.3 Million - Wall Street Journal
  11. GOP donors rattled by Trump - CNN
  12. The non-Brits guide to Brexit - CNN
  13. Champion Cavs drink it all in after lifting Cleveland's title drought - ESPN
  14. High Court Lets Connecticut, New York Assault Weapons Bans Stand - NPR
  15. The Daily 202: Senate will vote down new gun laws today because of an intensity gap that favors the NRA - Washington Post
  16. 'I did the shootings': DOJ releases some redacted transcripts of Orlando killer's phone calls during massacre - Fox News
  17. Donald Trump fires embattled campaign manager Corey Lewandowski - Washington Post
  18. BRIEF-Magnetar Financial reports 6.5 pct stake in LDR Holding
  19. Fund manager Woodford says backs Circassia after drug trial failure
  20. Drug company-sponsored meals tied to more prescriptions
  21. Many U.S. kids don’t see doctors after concussions
  22. U.S. to help fund technology to eliminate Zika in blood supply
  23. 'World Needs Christ's Salvation More Than Ever,' Says Pope Francis
  24. More than 4000 nurses begin strike at Allina hospitals - Becker's Hospital Review
  25. Marijuana's biggest adversary on Capitol Hill is sponsoring a bill to research … marijuana - Washington Post
  26. Get Your Beauty Rest With Fitbit 'Sleep Schedule' - PC Magazine
  27. Dear Science: What does sunscreen SPF mean, and what happens if you mix them? - Washington Post
  28. The 'magical' camp for children whose parents have cancer - CNN
  29. It's OK to Be Worried About Zika - Slate Magazine
  30. Scientists announce important Zika milestone: First vaccine ready for human trials - Washington Post
  31. Even Cheap Meals Influence Doctors' Drug Prescriptions, Study Suggests - Wall Street Journal
  32. BRIEF-Mylan NV confirms that Attorney General of Netherlands has rejected request of VEB
  33. Zika's impact on children will require new medical approach-expert
  34. BRIEF-Vical's phase 1/2 trial data shows bivalent vaccine imparts reduction in genital herpes lesions durable to 9 months
  35. BRIEF-OSE immunotherapeutics presents preclinical results for Effi-DEM
  36. WADA to demand 'serious' action if new report shows widespread Russian doping
  37. Zika's impact on children will require new medical approach: expert
  38. Pediatricians: US not doing enough to stop childhood lead poisoning - KHOU.com
  39. Congo declares yellow fever epidemic, 1000 suspected cases - Reuters
  40. Well-timed exercise might improve learning - Fox News
  41. Pinnacle Foods (PF) Recalls Petite Peas Products; Stock Falls - Zacks.com
  42. 5000 Allina nurses begin seven-day strike - MinnPost
  43. The 'magical' camp for children whose parents have cancer - CNN
  44. Consumers should report faulty tobacco products to FDA - UPI.com
  45. A Zika Vaccine Is Now Ready for Human Test Subjects - Gizmodo
  46. DOJ to scrub Islam references from transcripts of Orlando terrorist's calls to police - Fox News
  47. Conflict Pushes Displaced People to Record 65.3 Million - Wall Street Journal
  48. GOP donors rattled by Trump - CNN
  49. 5 ways the Warriors angered the Basketball Gods - SB Nation
  50. Supreme Court refuses to hear challenge to Connecticut's ban on 'assault weapons' - Washington Post
  51. Trump, amid criticism, walks back suggestion that armed clubgoers could have prevented Orlando massacre - Washington Post
  52. The non-Brits guide to Brexit - CNN
  53. Trump parts ways with campaign manager Corey Lewandowski - Washington Post
  54. Women’s Precision Nutrition Coaching Finalists, July 2016. Help us give away $65,000!
  55. BRIEF-Gilead presents data from early stage trial of HIV treatment
  56. BRIEF-Ultragenyx appoints Karah Parschauer as executive vice president, general counsel
  57. BRIEF-Adaptimmune Therapeutics receives positive opinion
  58. Reckitt licenses K-Y brand in Britain to unit of Germany's Stada
  59. AspireAssist Obesity Device Approved - Pharmacy Times
  60. Well-timed exercise might improve learning - Fox News
  61. 5000 Allina nurses begin seven-day strike - MinnPost
  62. Pinnacle Foods (PF) Recalls Petite Peas Products; Stock Falls - Zacks.com
  63. In Zika-struck Puerto Rico, trouble delivering donated contraceptives - Fox News
  64. The 'magical' camp for children whose parents have cancer - CNN
  65. Consumers should report faulty tobacco products to FDA - UPI.com
  66. Company Gets OK to Test New Zika Virus Vaccine - NBCNews.com
  67. Supreme Court turns down assault weapons cases - USA TODAY
  68. DOJ to scrub Islam references from transcripts of Orlando terrorist's calls to police - Fox News
  69. NYPD members arrested in corruption investigation - New York Daily News
  70. Refugees, Displaced People Surpass 60 Million For First Time, UNHCR Says - NPR
  71. GOP donors rattled by Trump - CNN
  72. Cavaliers slog through doubt and come out the other side with a title - ESPN
  73. 'Brexit' could send shock waves across US and global economy - Washington Post
  74. Why more than 100 gun control proposals in Congress since 2011 have failed - CBS News
  75. BRIEF-Paratek accelerates timing for projected reporting of results from early-stage UTI study
  76. BRIEF-Telemedycyna Polska May 2016 revenue down 7.1 pct yoy
  77. BRIEF-UK's CMA says Reckitt Benckiser licensed K-Y brand to Thornton & Ross
  78. BRIEF-Nexus Biopharma says appoints Jeffrey Pessin, Ph.D. as chairman of scientific advisory board
  79. BRIEF-Collegium Pharmaceutical commercially launches Xtampza ER
  80. BRIEF-Oncternal receives fast track designation for TK216 in relapsed or refractory ewing sarcoma
  81. Fitch: Amid Overall Strength, Minor Cracks Emerging for U.S. Housing
  82. Iraqi Christians Ignite Controversy by Fasting With Muslims During Ramadan
  83. AspireAssist Obesity Device Approved - Pharmacy Times
  84. E-Cigarettes Act As 'Roadblock' To Prevent Youth From Cigarette Smoking: Report - Tech Times
  85. In Zika-struck Puerto Rico, trouble delivering donated contraceptives - Fox News
  86. Listeria concern prompts recall of popular frozen veggies - KTRK-TV
  87. Exercising after a few hours of learning something improves memory consolidation: Study - NH Voice
  88. 5000 Allina nurses begin seven-day strike - MinnPost
  89. Consumers should report faulty tobacco products to FDA - UPI.com
  90. UPDATE 1-Inovio Pharma gets green signal to test Zika vaccine in human trial - Reuters
  91. Solstice, full moon mark summer's official arrival - Tulsa World
  92. The Tragic Death of Anton Yelchin: A Bright Young Star Who Shined in Damn Near Everything - Daily Beast
  93. Lynch: Authorities to release limited transcripts of calls with Orlando shooter - fox2now.com
  94. Refugees, Displaced People Surpass 60 Million For First Time, UNHCR Says - NPR
  95. Heat scorches the Southwest, leaving some dead, injured - News On 6
  96. British lawmakers returning to Parliament to pay tribute to slain colleague Jo Cox - CNN
  97. Cavaliers slog through doubt and come out the other side with a title - ESPN
  98. Senate set to vote on 4 gun control measures, none expected to pass - Fox News
  99. BRIEF-Bruker acquires software assets
  100. BRIEF-Sangamo BioSciences announces FDA clearance
  101. BRIEF-Profound Medical says co, Royal Philips jointly sold TULSA-PRO system in UK
  102. BRIEF-Syros Pharma sees IPO of 4 mln shares priced between $14-$16/shr
  103. UPDATE 1-Congo declares yellow fever epidemic, 67 recorded cases
  104. BRIEF-Ophthotech says achieved $30 mln enrollment milestone from Novartis Pharma
  105. UPDATE 1-Inovio Pharma gets green signal to test Zika vaccine in human trial
  106. BRIEF-Perrigo divests vitamins, minerals & supplements business to IVC
  107. Inovio Pharma gets green signal to test Zika vaccine in human trial
  108. Mourners Remember Slain MP Jo Cox as '21st Century Good Samaritan' at Sunday Memorial Service
  109. US agency announces $3.3M for oral health in West Virginia - Washington Times
  110. Mosquito season: West Nile hits state - Shawnee News Star
  111. E-Cigarettes Act As 'Roadblock' To Prevent Youth From Cigarette Smoking: Report - Tech Times
  112. New weight-loss device makes some medical experts queasy - WCTV
  113. Seven-day nurses strike starts at five Twin Cities hospitals - Minneapolis Star Tribune
  114. Exercising after a few hours of learning something improves memory consolidation: Study - NH Voice
  115. GlaxoSmithKline says lung drug meets late-stage study goals - Reuters
  116. Consumers should report faulty tobacco products to FDA - UPI.com
  117. South Korea Warns of Islamic State Threat Against US Bases - Voice of America
  118. Transcripts of Calls With Orlando Gunman Will Be Released - New York Times
  119. The Tragic Death of Anton Yelchin: A Bright Young Star Who Shined in Damn Near Everything - Daily Beast
  120. Europe|What Is 'Brexit'? A Look at the Debate and Its Wider Meaning - New York Times
  121. UNHCR report: More displaced now than after WWII - CNN
  122. Intense Heatwave Kills Four, Feeds Southwest Wildfires - NBCNews.com
  123. Cavaliers slog through doubt and come out the other side with a title - ESPN
  124. Senate heads for gun control showdown likely to go nowhere - Washington Post
  125. BRIEF-Biogened to issue series I shares
  126. BRIEF-Global Blood says commenced underwritten public offering of $100 mln shares
  127. BRIEF-Mednax says announces acquisition of Anesthesiology practice in NY
  128. BRIEF-Lock-up period for Shenqi Pharma's 302.1 million shares to end
  129. Congo declares yellow fever epidemic, 67 recorded cases
  130. Oakmont triumph lifts Johnson up to third in rankings
  131. Congo declares yellow fever epidemic, 67 recorded cases
  132. World Refugee Day: 65 Million People Affected – Largest Since World War II
  133. At Least 650 Dialysis Patients Possibly Exposed To Hepatitis B At Seattle Hospital - Tech Times
  134. US agency announces $3.3M for oral health in West Virginia - Washington Times
  135. Mosquito season: West Nile hits state - Shawnee News Star
  136. New weight-loss device makes some medical experts queasy - WCTV
  137. Exercising after a few hours of learning something improves memory consolidation: Study - NH Voice
  138. Seven-day nurses strike starts at five Twin Cities hospitals - Minneapolis Star Tribune
  139. GlaxoSmithKline says lung drug meets late-stage study goals - Reuters
  140. Consumers should report faulty tobacco products to FDA - UPI.com
  141. UPDATE 1-India announces sweeping reforms to foreign direct investment rules
  142. India now most open economy in world for FDI - Modi
  143. BRIEF-Pharmadax gets drug license from Taiwan Ministry of Health and Welfare
  144. BRIEF-Prim to pay complementary dividend of 0.32 euro gross/shr
  145. Deals of the day- Mergers and acquisitions
  146. BRIEF-Quest diagnostics quest to relocate headquarters to 500 plaza drive in Secaucus, NJ
  147. BRIEF-Merck KGaA says plans to apply for authorization for Avelumab in H2
  148. BRIEF-Dexcom says entered into $200 mln revolving credit agreement
  149. Exclusive: In Zika-struck Puerto Rico, trouble delivering donated contraceptives
  150. E-cigarettes discourage young people taking up smoking - Economic Times
  151. Mosquito season: West Nile hits state - Shawnee News Star
  152. New weight-loss device makes some medical experts queasy - WCTV
  153. Exercising after a few hours of learning something improves memory consolidation: Study - NH Voice
  154. Seven-day nurses strike starts at five Twin Cities hospitals - Minneapolis Star Tribune
  155. GlaxoSmithKline says lung drug meets late-stage study goals - Reuters
  156. Report Faulty Tobacco Products to FDA - Bloomington Pantagraph
  157. Memory Loss In People With Alzheimer's Disease Reversible: Here's Why New Broad-Based Treatment Worked - Tech Times
  158. Transcripts of Calls With Orlando Gunman Will Be Released - New York Times
  159. UNHCR report: More displaced now than after WWII - CNN
  160. Europe|What Is 'Brexit'? An Answer to This and Other Important Questions - New York Times
  161. Anton Yelchin, 'Star Trek' Actor, Dies at 27 - Hollywood Reporter
  162. What You Need to Know About Gun Policy Vote - NBCNews.com
  163. Intense Heatwave Kills Four, Feeds Southwest Wildfires - NBCNews.com
  164. Cavs' historic Finals and what could have been - ESPN
  165. BRIEF-Daiichi Sankyo to buy back up to 50 bln yen of stock
  166. BRIEF-Daiichi Sankyo plans 28 mln shares repurchase
  167. BRIEF-Kontigo Care: new share issue oversubscribed at 112 pct
  168. BRIEF-Renhe Pharmacy cuts share issue size
  169. US agency announces $3.3M for oral health in West Virginia - Washington Times
  170. E-Cigarettes Prove To Be Worthwhile In The Fight To Keep Teens Away From Cigarettes - The Inquisitr
  171. Mosquito season: West Nile hits state - Shawnee News Star
  172. New weight-loss device makes some medical experts queasy - WCTV
  173. Exercising Hours After Learning Improves Memory Recall - Immortal News
  174. Seven-day nurses strike starts at five Twin Cities hospitals - Minneapolis Star Tribune
  175. Consumers should report faulty tobacco products to FDA - UPI.com
  176. Memory Loss In People With Alzheimer's Disease Reversible: Here's Why New Broad-Based Treatment Worked - Tech Times
  177. Before hearing, Pyongyang pushes claim South abducted women - Washington Post
  178. Iran thwarts bomb attack in Tehran - Press TV
  179. Kabul suicide bombing kills 14 - CNN
  180. FBI releasing conversations between gunman and police - Washington Post
  181. British politician quits Brexit camp, citing 'lies and xenophobia' - Reuters
  182. Anton Yelchin in His Own Words: 'How Many Different People Can I Play?' - Hollywood Reporter
  183. Deadly heat wave hits southwest US - CNN
  184. Cavs slog through doubt and come out the other side with a title - ESPN
  185. Diet Tips for Prediabetes
  186. BRIEF-Milestone Scientific ups votes in Milestone Medical to 98.1 pct
  187. BRIEF-Sinocare updates acquisition of Polymer Technology Systems
  188. Russia says doping whistleblower competing at Rio would be 'absurd': agency
  189. Murray impresses Lendl with fighting spirit at Queen's
  190. New weight-loss device makes some medical experts queasy - WCTV
  191. US agency announces $3.3M for oral health in West Virginia - Washington Times
  192. New Study Says E-Cigarettes Are A 'Roadblock' To Smoking For Young People - Daily Caller
  193. Mosquito season: West Nile hits state - Shawnee News Star
  194. Exercising Hours After Learning Improves Memory Recall - Immortal News
  195. Seven-day nurses strike starts at five Twin Cities hospitals - Minneapolis Star Tribune
  196. Consumers should report faulty tobacco products to FDA - UPI.com
  197. Memory Loss In People With Alzheimer's Disease Reversible: Here's Why New Broad-Based Treatment Worked - Tech Times
  198. GOP's Trump says US should consider profiling Muslims - Washington Post
  199. Dustin Johnson overcomes rules farce for victory at Oakmont - ESPN
  200. Attorney General says Mateen investigation moving forward - Washington Post
  201. Anton Yelchin in His Own Words: 'How Many Different People Can I Play?' - Hollywood Reporter
  202. Taliban Suicide Bombing Kills 14 Nepalese Guards in Kabul - ABC News
  203. Intense Heatwave Kills Four, Feeds Southwest Wildfires - NBCNews.com
  204. Cavs' historic Finals and what could have been - ESPN
  205. BRIEF-UMN Pharma says exercise of options
  206. BRIEF-Circassia's cat allergy treatment misses main goal in late stage study
  207. Circassia's cat allergy treatment fails late-stage trial
  208. BRIEF-GlaxoSmithKline says lung drug meets late-stage study goals
  209. GlaxoSmithKline says lung drug meets late-stage study goals
  210. BRIEF-SEOUL PHARMA says conversion of convertible bonds worth 1.3 bln won
  211. CORRECTED-German stocks - Factors to watch on June 20
  212. BRIEF-PharmswellBio converses convertible bonds worth 1.1 bln won
  213. ARAF's Butov says no longer representing Russia at IAAF: TASS
  214. Circassia's cat allergy treatment fails late-stage trial
  215. Roche announces availability of LightMix modular Zika Virus Assay
  216. GlaxoSmithKline says lung drug meets late-stage study goals
  217. US agency announces $3.3M for oral health in West Virginia - Washington Times
  218. New Study Says E-Cigarettes Are A 'Roadblock' To Smoking For Young People - Daily Caller
  219. Experts: Municipal mosquito controls ineffective against Zika virus - Times Daily
  220. Well-timed exercise might improve learning - Online Athens
  221. Seven-day nurses strike starts at five Twin Cities hospitals - Minneapolis Star Tribune
  222. Australian watchdog files suit against e-cigarette retailers - Reuters
  223. Consumers should report faulty tobacco products to FDA - UPI.com
  224. Memory Loss In People With Alzheimer's Disease Reversible: Here's Why New Broad-Based Treatment Worked - Tech Times
  225. Italy PM Renzi suffers vote setback as 5-Star makes breakthrough - Reuters
  226. Firefighters prepare for critical fire weather Sunday night - Santa Maria Times (subscription)
  227. Intense Arizona heatwave responsible for at least 4 deaths over weekend - Fox News
  228. New Zealand to Keep Troops in Iraq for an Extra 18 Months - ABC News
  229. Trump: US Should Consider Israeli Model of Profiling Terror Suspects - Breitbart News
  230. Anton Yelchin, 'Star Trek' Actor, Dies at 27 - Hollywood Reporter
  231. Dustin Johnson overcomes rules farce for victory at Oakmont - ESPN
  232. Never doubt LeBron James again - SB Nation
  233. PRESS DIGEST - Wall Street Journal - June 20
  234. BRIEF-ST Pharm announces initial public offering
  235. BRIEF-Roche says launches cobas e 801 module
  236. BRIEF-CAREGEN signs contract with International Medical Care
  237. BRIEF-Paion reports positive remimazolam headline data in phase III study in procedural sedation for colonoscopy
  238. Swiss stocks - Factors to watch on June 20
  239. BRIEF-TiGenix announces 6-mo phase I/II results of AlloCSC-01 in Acute Myocardial Infarction
  240. USGA keen to explain handling of Johnson penalty confusion
  241. Historic season ends in epic Finals collapse for Warriors
  242. New study: hopes to pin point disease in mosquitos - WDAZ
  243. Lack of transgender healthcare curbs development - SciDev.Net
  244. New Study Says E-Cigarettes Are A 'Roadblock' To Smoking For Young People - Daily Caller
  245. Well-timed exercise might improve learning - Online Athens
  246. Seven-day nurses strike starts at five Twin Cities hospitals - Minneapolis Star Tribune
  247. Australian watchdog files suit against e-cigarette retailers - Reuters
  248. Memory Loss In People With Alzheimer's Disease Reversible: Here's Why New Broad-Based Treatment Worked - Tech Times
  249. Novartis aims to nearly triple biosimilar drugs on market by 2020 - Reuters
  250. Chicago teen shot dead with assault rifle outside Catholic church - New York Daily News