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  1. Flotilla battle in London over Brexit - Baltimore Sun
  2. Belgium Warns of Possible Attacks by Militants Traveling From Syria, Report Says - New York Times
  3. Fed Leaves Policy Rate Unchanged, Lowers Outlook for Increases - Wall Street Journal
  4. Pistorius Walks Without His Prosthetic Legs In Dramatic Show At Sentencing Hearing - NPR
  5. The Stanford Sexual Assault Case: What You May Have Missed - New York Times
  6. Orlando gunman's wife warned him not to carry out attack, official says; FBI says 'no impending charges' - Washington Post
  7. In wake of Orlando shootings, gun control getting a fresh look from GOP - Washington Post
  8. Toddler dragged into water by alligator at Disney resort is believed to be dead - Washington Post
  9. BRIEF-Exact Sciences'Cologuard Included in Final USPSTF Colorectal Cancer Screening Recommendations
  10. Room prices rocket in Rio as landlords dig for Olympic gold
  11. Scott 'excited' by Oakmont set-up for U.S. Open
  12. People can choose their colon cancer screening method: U.S. panel
  13. N.J. could see $22M under Obama plan to combat opioid addiction - NJ.com
  14. Legionella bacteria found at Pittsburgh hospital - USA TODAY
  15. A Primer on Smoking Cessation in Primary Care - Medscape
  16. LELO HEX Condoms Are Endorsed By Charlie Sheen — And They Could Be A Gamechanger - Bustle
  17. New recommendations for how long a child should sleep every day - fox5sandiego.com
  18. Heaven over hospital: 5-year-old Julianna Snow dies on her terms - CNN
  19. What It Would Take To End The Ban On Queer Blood Donation - Huffington Post
  20. UN health agency group finds coffee poses no cancer risk; issues warning on 'very hot' drinks - UN News Centre
  21. Woman gives fierce response to sexist note claiming she's not a veteran - Mashable
  22. Pistorius Walks Without His Prosthetic Legs In Dramatic Show At Sentencing Hearing - NPR
  23. Fed Leaves Policy Rate Unchanged, Lowers Outlook for Increases - Wall Street Journal
  24. Stanford swimmer Brock Turner's ex-girlfriend defends him in a letter to the court - Washington Post
  25. Top Republicans join Obama in condemning Trump's words - Washington Post
  26. Politics|Trump and NRA Leaders to Discuss Preventing Gun Sales to People on Terror Watchlists - New York Times
  27. 'No Question' 2-Year-Old Dragged Into Water by Alligator Near Disney Is Dead: Sheriff - NBCNews.com
  28. Orlando gunman's wife warned him not to carry out attack, official says; FBI says 'no impending charges' - Washington Post
  29. The Muffin Study: Mono- vs. polyunsaturated fats in patients with metabolic syndrome
  30. Broken calorie sensing pathway: How overeating may lead to more eating
  31. Federer starts pursuit of ninth Halle title, Nishikori out
  32. Drug testers routinely obstructed by Russian athletes: WADA
  33. Moscow summons French ambassador over 'anti-Russian' Euro 2016
  34. Warriors' Bogut to miss rest of NBA Finals with injury
  35. For teen girls, risky dieting tied to family conflict, depression
  36. Two Weight-Loss Drugs Have Highest Odds for 5% Reduction - Medscape
  37. A Primer on Smoking Cessation in Primary Care - Medscape
  38. FDA Approves Weight Loss Stomach Pump AspireAssist to Combat Obesity - NBCNews.com
  39. How much sleep do kids and teens really need? New recommendations from experts. - Washington Post
  40. LELO HEX Condoms Are Endorsed By Charlie Sheen — And They Could Be A Gamechanger - Bustle
  41. 'Heaven is good': 5-year-old who chose to forgo painful treatments dies - Sacramento Bee
  42. What It Would Take To End The Ban On Queer Blood Donation - Huffington Post
  43. Very hot drinks are 'probably carcinogenic' - CNN
  44. Very hot drinks are 'probably carcinogenic' - CNN
  45. Belgium Warns of Possible Attacks by Militants Traveling From Syria - New York Times
  46. Pistorius Walks Without His Prosthetic Legs In Dramatic Show At Sentencing Hearing - NPR
  47. How often do alligator attacks happen in Florida? - USA TODAY
  48. Prosecutors 'lack confidence' in Stanford sex assault judge — and that could be a big problem for him - Los Angeles Times
  49. Democrats Launch Filibuster-Style Blockade On Guns - Huffington Post
  50. Sheriff: Search for toddler dragged into water by alligator at Disney resort now a 'recovery effort' - Washington Post
  51. Orlando gunman's wife warned him not to carry out attack, official says - Washington Post
  52. Innovative Approaches for Establishing Biological Signatures of Natural Products
  53. Piping hot drinks may lead to cancer of the esophagus
  54. 'Traffic-light' and numeric calorie labels cut calorie consumption by 10 percent
  55. BRIEF-Odontoprev announces own capital interest payment
  56. U.S. diabetes patients living longer, more active lives
  57. This is the First Mammal Species to Go Extinct Due to Man-made Climate Change
  58. Opioid painkiller study: 66% of patients keep leftover pills after treatment - The Guardian
  59. Two Weight-Loss Drugs Have Highest Odds for 5% Reduction - Medscape
  60. A Primer on Smoking Cessation in Primary Care - Medscape
  61. LELO HEX Condoms Are Endorsed By Charlie Sheen — And They Could Be A Gamechanger - Bustle
  62. FDA Approves Weight Loss Stomach Pump AspireAssist to Combat Obesity - NBCNews.com
  63. Heaven over hospital: 5-year-old Julianna Snow dies on her terms - CNN
  64. Orlando Gunman Donated Blood Less Than Two Weeks Prior to Shooting - ABC News
  65. Can coffee cause cancer? Only if it's very hot, says WHO agency - Reuters
  66. Chiropractic clinic employee accused of poisoning doctor - CBS News
  67. US Troops Staying in Afghanistan? New Look at Reduction Plan - ABC News
  68. Belgium Warns of Possible Attacks by Militants Traveling From Syria - New York Times
  69. How the NRA Has Responded to Mass Shootings Over the Years - NBCNews.com
  70. Pistorius Walks on Stumps for Judge, Sentencing on July 6 - New York Times
  71. Prosecutors 'lack confidence' in Stanford sex assault judge — and that could be a big problem for him - Los Angeles Times
  72. Orlando nightclub gunman visited gay chat rooms, officials say - CNN
  73. Walt Disney World Beaches, Marinas Closed After Alligator Drags Toddler Into Lake - ABC News
  74. Salt: How much is too much?
  75. Russia could take legal action over athletics ban: IFax cites Mutko
  76. Work resumes on Rio's beach volleyball arena
  77. Raonic off to a winning start under gaze of McEnroe
  78. India to vaccinate 300,000 children after polio strain found in sewage
  79. Fiber in fruits and breads tied to healthy aging
  80. Opioid painkiller study: 66% of patients keep leftover pills after treatment - The Guardian
  81. Two Weight-Loss Drugs Have Highest Odds for 5% Reduction - Medscape
  82. A Primer on Smoking Cessation in Primary Care - Medscape
  83. LELO HEX Condoms Are Endorsed By Charlie Sheen — And They Could Be A Gamechanger - Bustle
  84. FDA Approves Weight Loss Stomach Pump AspireAssist to Combat Obesity - NBCNews.com
  85. Heaven over hospital: 5-year-old Julianna Snow dies on her terms - CNN
  86. Orlando Gunman Donated Blood Less Than Two Weeks Prior to Shooting - ABC News
  87. Can coffee cause cancer? Only if it's very hot, says WHO agency - Reuters
  88. Chiropractic clinic employee accused of poisoning doctor - CBS News
  89. US Troops Staying in Afghanistan? New Look at Reduction Plan - ABC News
  90. Belgium Warns of Possible Attacks by Militants Traveling From Syria - New York Times
  91. How the NRA Has Responded to Mass Shootings Over the Years - NBCNews.com
  92. Pistorius Walks on Stumps for Judge, Sentencing on July 6 - New York Times
  93. Prosecutors 'lack confidence' in Stanford sex assault judge — and that could be a big problem for him - Los Angeles Times
  94. Orlando nightclub gunman visited gay chat rooms, officials say - CNN
  95. Walt Disney World Beaches, Marinas Closed After Alligator Drags Toddler Into Lake - ABC News
  96. 5 Tips: What You Should Know About Complementary Health Approaches for BPH
  97. Benign Prostatic Hyperplasia and Complementary and Integrative Approaches
  98. Age, obesity, dopamine appear to influence preference for sweet foods
  99. Salt: How much is too much?
  100. BRIEF-Exact Sciences statement regarding pending USPSTF colorectal cancer screening guidelines
  101. Russia could take legal action over athletics ban: IFax cites Mutko
  102. Work resumes on Rio's beach volleyball arena
  103. Raonic off to a winning start under gaze of McEnroe
  104. India to vaccinate 300,000 children after polio strain found in sewage
  105. Fiber in fruits and breads tied to healthy aging
  106. Washington says it wants to stop the opioid crisis, but politics get in the way - cleveland.com
  107. Gun Violence 'A Public Health Crisis,' American Medical Association Says - NPR
  108. 5 Diet Drugs: Which Ones Work? - The Times and Democrat
  109. LELO HEX Condoms Are Endorsed By Charlie Sheen — And They Could Be A Gamechanger - Bustle
  110. FDA approves weight-loss stomach pump to fight obesity - Today.com
  111. Heaven over hospital: 5-year-old Julianna Snow dies on her terms - CNN
  112. What It Would Take To End The Ban On Queer Blood Donation - Huffington Post
  113. Can coffee cause cancer? Only if it's very hot, says WHO agency - Reuters
  114. TNT sideline reporter Craig Sager is joining ESPN's broadcast for his 1st NBA Finals game - SB Nation
  115. Prince William Becomes First Royal to Pose for LGBT Magazine - People Magazine
  116. Brock Turner judge's credibility gone: Prosecutors have Persky removed from a similar sex assault case - Salon
  117. France, Belgium alerted to possible arrival of extremists - USA TODAY
  118. Bernie Sanders, Party Crasher: Notes On The (Looming) End Of A Campaign - NPR
  119. Oscar Pistorius walks without prostheses, cries in court - CNN
  120. Alligator grabs toddler, drags him into lagoon at Disney hotel, police say - CNN
  121. Orlando nightclub gunman visited gay chat rooms, officials say - CNN
  122. Eating more whole grains linked with lower mortality rates
  123. BRIEF-Critical Outcome Tech appoints Alison Silva as new president
  124. UPDATE 3-Can coffee cause cancer? Only if it's very hot, says WHO agency
  125. SEC accuses ex-portfolio manager Plaford of insider trading
  126. Russian sports stars urge IOC to let clean athletes go to Rio
  127. Nishikori withdraws from Halle with injury
  128. Slovakia make life difficult for Russia with 2-1 win
  129. Archaeological Discovery: Medieval Cities Hidden Under Cambodia's Angkor Wat
  130. Opioid painkiller study: 66% of patients keep leftover pills after treatment - The Guardian
  131. Washington says it wants to stop the opioid crisis, but politics get in the way - cleveland.com
  132. 5 Diet Drugs: Which Ones Work? - The Times and Democrat
  133. A Primer on Smoking Cessation in Primary Care - Medscape
  134. LELO HEX Condoms Are Endorsed By Charlie Sheen — And They Could Be A Gamechanger - Bustle
  135. FDA approves weight-loss stomach pump to fight obesity - Today.com
  136. Blood Donations Skyrocket, but Gay Men Left Out - NBCNews.com
  137. Very hot drinks are 'probably carcinogenic' - CNN
  138. A huge net neutrality win for the FCC - Politico
  139. Syria conflict: Report says UN has lost impartiality - BBC News
  140. NATO approves keeping expanded Afghan basing, in nod to long fight - Reuters
  141. French Police Alerted to Possible Arrival of Fighters - ABC News
  142. Oscar Pistorius walks on stumps in court ahead of murder sentence - New York Daily News
  143. Alligator grabs toddler, drags him into lagoon at Disney hotel, police say - CNN
  144. Top Republicans join Obama in condemning Trump's words - Washington Post
  145. Orlando nightclub gunman visited gay chat rooms, officials say - CNN
  146. BRIEF-Redsense Medical gets initial order from Dialysis Clinic Inc
  147. BRIEF-Bavarian Nordic: Expansion of IMVAMUNE orders from Canada
  148. BRIEF-Loxo Oncology to present LOXO-101 to FDA's pediatric oncology subcommittee
  149. BRIEF-ImmunoGen announces pricing of $100 mln offering of Senior Notes
  150. BRIEF-Milestone Scientific increases ownership stake in Milestone Medical subsidiary to 98.1%
  151. BRIEF-CRH Medical increases credit facility to fund additional growth
  152. Ronaldo is no Messi, counters Iceland's Arnason
  153. Indian city on alert as polio strain found in sewage water - Fox News
  154. 5 Diet Drugs: Which Ones Work? - Waterloo Cedar Falls Courier
  155. Orlando Chick fil A workers reverse Sunday hours policy to feed volunteers - USA TODAY
  156. Charlie Sheen Hopes Disclosing His HIV Diagnosis Will 'Contribute to Something That Really Matters' - People Magazine
  157. Russian athletes plead to be allowed to compete in Rio - Chicago Tribune
  158. The FDA just approved a weight-loss device that is super gross - Quartz
  159. Blood Donations Skyrocket, but Gay Men Left Out - NBCNews.com
  160. Very hot drinks are 'probably carcinogenic' - CNN
  161. Oscar Pistorius walks on stumps in court ahead of murder sentence - New York Daily News
  162. Prince William has appeared on the cover of Attitude magazine - Daily Star
  163. Cable and telecom companies just lost a huge court battle on net neutrality - Washington Post
  164. Detroit infant found safe after kidnapping; suspect in custody - WDIV Detroit
  165. French Police Alerted to Possible Arrival of Fighters - ABC News
  166. Alligator grabs toddler, drags him into lagoon at Disney hotel, police say - CNN
  167. What Obama Actually Thinks About Radical Islam - The Atlantic
  168. Orlando nightclub gunman visited gay chat rooms, officials say - CNN
  169. The Licensed Natural Health Products Database will be updated on June 16, 2016
  170. Higher intake of whole grains associated with lower risk of major chronic diseases and death
  171. BRIEF-Therapix Biosciences files application with FDA for an Orphan designation for Tourette's Syndrome drug
  172. BRIEF-Valeant Pharma appoints Thomas Ross, Sr. lead independent director
  173. BRIEF-Soterix Medical wins $2.5 mln NIH grant
  174. BRIEF-Flex Pharma initiates phase 2 efficacy study
  175. BRIEF-athenahealth appoints Tom Szkutak to its board of directors
  176. BRIEF-Argos Therapeutics enters strategic research agreement with Adaptive Biotechnologies
  177. BRIEF-Meridian Bioscience gets FDA clearance for test to detect mycoplasma pneumoniae
  178. BRIEF-Endo says FDA advisory committee for Opana will be convened in fall of 2016
  179. Invoking Norse gods, Iceland celebrates Viking conquest of Portugal
  180. Second Tokyo governor quits over scandal since it won Olympics
  181. City Harvest Church Album With Sun Ho Hits iTunes Singapore Top Spot Amid Corruption Scandal
  182. Tortured Chinese Human Rights Lawyer Says Christian Faith Saved Him in Prison
  183. 5 Diet Drugs: Which Ones Work? - Waterloo Cedar Falls Courier
  184. A $433 million mistake: State, feds underpaid Florida Medicaid insurers for two years - Miami Herald
  185. Charlie Sheen Hopes Disclosing His HIV Diagnosis Will 'Contribute to Something That Really Matters' - People Magazine
  186. Orlando Chick fil A workers reverse Sunday hours policy to feed volunteers - USA TODAY
  187. FDA approves stomach-draining obesity treatment - KTRK-TV
  188. Blood Donations Skyrocket, but Gay Men Left Out - NBCNews.com
  189. Very hot drinks are 'probably carcinogenic' - CNN
  190. Prince William has appeared on the cover of Attitude magazine - Daily Star
  191. Belgian police alerted to IS fighters en route to Europe - Reuters
  192. Pistorius Walks On Stumps To Disprove “Enemies” During Sentencing - Wall Street Journal
  193. Loan sharks demand nude photos as collateral from students - Irish Times
  194. China spy ship 'shadowing' US, Japanese, Indian naval drill in Western Pacific - Reuters
  195. Alligator grabs toddler, drags him into lagoon at Disney hotel, police say - CNN
  196. What Obama Actually Thinks About Radical Islam - The Atlantic
  197. Orlando gunman's wife under scrutiny in struggle to piece together motives - Washington Post
  198. BRIEF-Celgene announces additional $3 bln share repurchase authorization
  199. BRIEF-Can-Fite reports new data showing efficacy of its psoriasis drug
  200. BRIEF-Allergan says FDA accepts premarket notification filing for glaucoma treatment
  201. BRIEF-Dicerna appoints Martin Freed to board of directors
  202. BRIEF-Genenews announces Q1 loss per share $0.05
  203. BRIEF-Carbylan Therapeutics and Kalvista pharmaceuticals enter into share purchase agreement
  204. BRIEF-Valenta Farmatsevtika approves framework agreement to open credit line
  205. BRIEF-Carbylan required to pay Kalvista termination fee of $3.0 mln if deal is terminated under certain circumstances
  206. Puerto Rico's baseball love gets major league cold shoulder
  207. Rio will be better for hosting Olympic Games: Bach
  208. Nadal conqueror Brown handed Wimbledon wildcard
  209. Pistorius walks on stumps in court in bid to avoid jail
  210. Milky Way Vanished from Sight: Understanding Light Pollution; Remaining Locations for Best View
  211. 5 Diet Drugs: Which Ones Work? - Waterloo Cedar Falls Courier
  212. 5 Texas groups get millions to enroll uninsured kids - Houston Chronicle
  213. Orlando Chick fil A workers reverse Sunday hours policy to feed volunteers - USA TODAY
  214. Charlie Sheen Hopes Disclosing His HIV Diagnosis Will 'Contribute to Something That Really Matters' - People Magazine
  215. FDA Approves Weight Loss Stomach Pump AspireAssist to Combat Obesity - NBCNews.com
  216. Congress Clueless on Gay Blood Ban - Daily Beast
  217. 16-year-old Girl Killed in Shooting in Oakland, California - Bloomberg
  218. French terror attacker threatened Euro 2016 in Facebook video, source says - CNN
  219. FCC's Net-Neutrality Rules Upheld by Appeals Court - Wall Street Journal
  220. China spy ship 'shadowing' US, Japanese, Indian naval drill in Western Pacific - Reuters
  221. Reeva Steenkamp did not love Pistorius, her cousin says - CNN
  222. Two-year-old boy dragged into water by alligator at Disney resort in Orlando - Washington Post
  223. Obama goes on tirade against Trump over 'dangerous' Muslim ban, 'radical Islam' - CNN
  224. Orlando nightclub gunman visited gay chat rooms, officials say - CNN
  225. BRIEF-Sobi says wins FDA approval for higher strength of Orfadin
  226. Can coffee cause cancer? Only if it's very hot, say WHO scientists
  227. BRIEF-Ipsen to list 300 million euro bond on Euronext Paris - Euronext
  228. Italy can overcome Ibrahimovic threat to beat Sweden: De Rossi
  229. Can coffee cause cancer? Only if it's very hot, say WHO scientists
  230. Indian city on alert as polio strain found in sewage water - Washington Post
  231. 5 Texas groups get millions to enroll uninsured kids - Houston Chronicle
  232. Orlando doctor shares heartbreaking photo on Facebook - CBS News
  233. Charlie Sheen Hopes Disclosing His HIV Diagnosis Will 'Contribute to Something That Really Matters' - People Magazine
  234. Very hot drinks 'probably' cause cancer: UN body - Medical Xpress
  235. Orlando Chick fil A workers reverse Sunday hours policy to feed volunteers - USA TODAY
  236. FDA Approves Weight Loss Stomach Pump AspireAssist to Combat Obesity - NBCNews.com
  237. Forest Hills man makes his mark through blood donation - Pittsburgh Post-Gazette
  238. Politics|DNC Says Russian Hackers Penetrated Its Files, Including Dossier on Donald Trump - New York Times
  239. 'Net neutrality' rules for fair internet access win in court - Washington Post
  240. 4 people shot in downtown Oakland, 1 fatally - Los Angeles Times
  241. China in no rush for trilateral meeting with Japan, S. Korea - Asahi Shimbun
  242. Stanford case judge removed from new sex case - USA TODAY
  243. Alligator drags toddler into lagoon at Disney hotel, police say - CNN
  244. Clinton and Obama Team Up Against Trump - NBCNews.com
  245. Omar Mateen scouted Disney complex, Pulse, official says - CNN
  246. Electronic sensor that tells dead bacteria from live by measuring 'osmoregulation' is potential future tool for medicine and food safety
  247. Healthy vegetarian diet reduces type 2 diabetes risk substantially
  248. BRIEF-Theragen Etex says co-CEO Chi Gyu Won resigns
  249. BRIEF-Zhejiang Chimin Pharmaceutical to pay 2015 dividend on June 21
  250. BRIEF-North China Pharmaceutical to pay 2015 dividend on June 21