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  1. Obamacare enrollment tally to surpass 7.5 million - US official
  2. Irritable Bowel Syndrome Treatments Aren't One-Size-Fits-All
  3. Hospira wins UK case to overturn patents on Roche drug Herceptin
  4. UPDATE 1-Vodafone poised to take full control of Indian business
  5. Food insecurity for children can be reduced if fathers stay involved
  6. By mimicking a low-carb diet, glucosamine promotes longevity
  7. Health workers in Guinea's capital to hunt for Ebola cases
  8. Deals of the day- Mergers and acquisitions
  9. RPT-Fitch Downgrades Softlogic Holdings to 'BBB+(lka)'; Outlook Stable
  10. German hospital chain Asklepios widens margin on cost cuts
  11. UPDATE 1-Stockpiles of Roche Tamiflu drug are waste of money, review finds
  12. BRIEF-Lock-up period for Zhong Zhu's 82.7 mln shares to end, trading to begin on April 16
  13. Mourinho fined for Villa Park behaviour
  14. Singapore replaces South Korea as The Championship host
  15. Working memory boosted by green tea
  16. Stockpiles of Roche Tamiflu drug are waste of money, review finds
  17. Health workers in Guinea's capital to hunt for Ebola cases
  18. Merck hepatitis C drugs shine in easier to treat patients -study
  19. UPDATE 1-Market Chatter-Corporate finance press digest
  20. India's Piramal agrees to sell Vodafone India stake for $1.48 bln
  21. BRIEF-Oxford Biomedica says full-year loss 12.8 mln stg
  22. BRIEF-PZ Cussons says FY results in line with management expectations
  23. Thumb injury halts Angels slugger Hamilton's hot start
  24. Detroit reach playoffs for 23rd straight season
  25. Blue Jackets down Dallas to storm into playoffs
  26. Merck hepatitis C drugs shine in easier to treat patients: study
  27. More 'Pings' Raise Hopes Flight 370 Will Be Found
  28. Apollo 11 Checklist, Spacesuit Sold At NY Auction
  29. Clinton: New Voter Restrictions Are A Step Back
  30. Sailors Recall Rough Seas During Rescue Of Family
  31. Afghan Probe Begins In Attack On AP Journalists
  32. Researchers, regulators and Roche row over stockpiled drug Tamiflu
  33. California bill requiring warning labels on sugary drinks advances
  34. Obama blasts 'least productive Congress in modern history'
  35. Arizona bill passes allowing abortion clinic snap inspections
  36. Tennessee Senate advances bill to bring back electric chair
  37. Moore the merrier after American wins par-three event
  38. Pistorius forced to look at 'exploded' head of girlfriend
  39. Researchers, regulators and Roche row over stockpiled drug Tamiflu
  40. Don't make irreversible mistakes: Putin to Kiev - Times of India
  41. One child dead, at least 11 kids injured, after car smashes into Florida day care - New York Daily News
  42. Ex-Christie Aides Can Withhold Bridge Documents, Judge Ru - Bloomberg
  43. Arizona bill passes allowing abortion clinic snap inspections
  44. 'Shy' student held in mass stabbing at Pa. school - USA TODAY
  45. California bill requiring warning labels on sugary drinks advances
  46. Scientists Try 3-D Printer To Build Human Heart
  47. 'Heartbleed' bug could undermine years of work to build public trust - Los Angeles Times
  48. Billing Medicare While Financing Top Democrats - New York Times
  49. UConn Hoping To Capitalize On Championships
  50. Death Of Ga. Film Worker 'Senseless,' Father Says
  51. Hamilton Out 6-To-8 Weeks With Torn Thumb Ligament
  52. US STOCKS-Wall St soars after Fed minutes signal support
  53. UPDATE 1-Data trove shows U.S. doctors reap millions from Medicare
  54. Faith-Touting Congressman Seeks Privacy After Kiss
  55. Data trove shows U.S. doctors reap millions from Medicare
  56. Why Do Some Clouds Drop Rain, While Others Don't?
  57. Column: Masters Seems A Bit Empty Without Woods
  58. Across The Atlantic, Glimpse An Alternate Internet Universe
  59. Acupuncture Research - Areas of High and Low Programmatic Priorities
  60. Deals of the day- Mergers and acquisitions
  61. UPDATE 1-High school pals get prison in New Jersey insider trading case
  62. Northwestern University appeals decision granting football team union vote
  63. Tiger's absence leaves 78th Masters wide open
  64. Rio organizers acknowledge issues, guarantee to 'deliver'
  65. Many dermatology doctors-in-training don't report errors
  66. Women with eating disorders may have more pregnancy complications
  67. Naghmeh Abedini on Saeed's Imprisonment: God Counted Us Worthy Enough
  68. Kenyan Churches Oppose Polygamy Legalization
  69. Illiterate Christian Couple Sentenced to Death for Blasphemous Text Messages in Pakistan
  70. Fears Mount for Ukraine Breaking Apart After Pro-Russian Separatists Take Gov't Buildings, Declare Independence in Eastern Cities
  71. Pastor Kong Hee's Lawyers Insist 'No Evidence' Exists Behind Accusation He Misused Church Funds to Finance Wife's Popstar Career
  72. Catholic Church Is 'Only Institution Still Functioning' in War-Torn Central African Republic, Archbishop Says
  73. Wild Cub On World Cafe
  74. Out Of The Rubble Of Tragedy, How To Build A New Sandy Hook?
  75. Bayern, Atletico Madrid Reach Champions League SFs
  76. Four injured in Toronto stabbing rampage - Business Recorder
  77. Obama, Military Leaders Honor Fort Hood Victims - Wall Street Journal
  78. House Ways and Means Committee: Lois Lerner targeted conservatives while at ... - Washington Examiner
  79. Small Slice of Doctors Account for Big Chunk of Medicare Costs - Wall Street Journal
  80. 'Kid who was stabbing people' brings bloody chaos to Pennsylvania school - CNN
  81. Lorde, Imagine Dragons Lead Billboard Nominations
  82. Former Pro Wrestler Ultimate Warrior Dies At 54
  83. Italian court overturns divisive ban on donor eggs, sperm
  84. U.S./Canada daily earnings hits & misses April 09- 1200 ET
  85. U.S. bill seeks to block mandatory GMO food labeling by states
  86. UPDATE 1-U.S. bill seeks to block mandatory GMO food labeling by states
  87. Some Oregon cities say no to pot dispensaries for now
  88. High school pals get prison in New Jersey insider trading case
  89. Polish bobsledder Zalewski tested positive in Sochi: IOC
  90. Pistorius forced to look at 'exploded' head of girlfriend
  91. Pro Bowl shifting to Arizona for 2015
  92. Data Brokers Disciplined Over Consumer Protections
  93. Detroit Reaches Bankruptcy Deal Over Some Bonds
  94. Iran: '50 To 60 Percent Agreement' On Nuke Deal
  95. 20 Hurt In School Stabbing Spree In Pennsylvania
  96. Woman Convicted Of Shoe Killing Had Other Arrests
  97. Augusta still unsure how to replace Eisenhower Tree
  98. Oosthuizen knows Augusta better after 2013 agony
  99. Faldo likes Scott's chances of repeat Masters win
  100. India's Sun Pharma plans gradual phase-out of Ranbaxy-branded drugs in U.S.: sources
  101. India regulator examines Sun, Ranbaxy merger trading: source
  102. Italian court overturns divisive ban on donor eggs, sperm
  103. Diabetes expenses have decreased, but are still high
  104. Exclusive: Heart docs seek curbs on kidney-zapping hypertension devices
  105. Stroke risk higher among young adults with insomnia
  106. Kristensen finds fresh motivation for Le Mans
  107. Lacey Holsworth, friend of MSU's Payne, dies of cancer
  108. Woods missing but not forgotten at the Masters
  109. Treating mitochondrial disease with vitamin B3
  110. U.S. judge questions SAC Capital plea pact ahead of sentencing
  111. Lefty feels 'nervous' ahead of Masters bid
  112. English teen Fitzpatrick humming happy tune at Masters
  113. U.S. has not determined legal authority to delay Obamacare mandate
  114. Stress hormone tied to crash risk among teens: study
  115. Low-dose aspirin may prevent preeclampsia: panel
  116. Probiotic may not help colic
  117. Sirotkin needs bigger shoes for F1 testing
  118. USOC trying to narrow potential 2024 candidates
  119. Palmer recalls humble origins on 50th anniversary
  120. 'Draft Day' film tackles the NFL with insider minutiae, family drama
  121. US has not determined legal authority to delay Obamacare mandate
  122. US STOCKS-Wall St snaps 3-day losing streak as tech rebounds
  123. Low-dose aspirin may prevent preeclampsia: panel
  124. UPDATE 1-U.S. insurers still expect cuts in 2015 Medicare payments
  125. Germany's Fielmann says Q1 pretax profit up 23 percent
  126. UPDATE 1-WHO says West African Ebola outbreak to last 2-4 months
  127. U.S. justice requests generics respond in Copaxone litigation
  128. Big Win But A Long Road Ahead For College Union
  129. Queen Hosts Irish President On 1st UK State Visit
  130. The Politics Of Equal Pay: It's More Than A Women's Issue
  131. UPDATE 4-Japan drugmaker Takeda to fight $6 bln damages awarded by U.S. jury
  132. REFILE-UPDATE 2-Alkermes to seek schizophrenia drug approval after trial success
  133. Matsuyama to make first Masters appearance as a pro
  134. Sirotkin needs bigger shoes for F1 testing
  135. Masters win still feels like a dream: Scott
  136. Under-the-radar Rose aims to bloom at Augusta
  137. 2014 Tour start one of hardest ever: Prudhomme
  138. WHO says West African Ebola outbreak to last 2-4 months
  139. Just because it's sweet and sticky doesn't mean it's 'honey': FDA
  140. Drinking milk may slow women's knee arthritis
  141. Canucks Fire GM Gillis After Missing Playoffs
  142. Bipartisan Critics Slam Kerry On Foreign Policy
  143. Gohmert to Holder Over Fast and Furious: I Don't Need a Lecture From You ... - Town Hall
  144. US Bacon Prices Rise After Virus Kills Baby Pigs
  145. Rev. Al Sharpton and Me - NBCNews.com
  146. Cantor Glad McAllister Apologized - Talk Radio News Service
  147. Pistorius Wails While Recalling Shooting - NPR
  148. Conservative Merkel ally criticizes German foreign minister over Russia - Reuters
  149. Democrats tout 'paycheck fairness' to reach female voters - Los Angeles Times
  150. New study shows how junk food diets prompt laziness
  151. Green tea may boost our working memory
  152. Less than half of Brazilians favor hosting World Cup, poll shows
  153. CORRECTED-EU study finds honey bees death rates are lower than feared
  154. BRIEF-China's Apeloa Pharma preliminary Q1 profit surges due to focus on higher end products, investment gains
  155. 'Draft Day' film tackles the NFL with insider minutiae, family drama
  156. Thorpe battling infection after surgery: media
  157. Pistorius breaks down sobbing, trial adjourned for a day
  158. Japan drugmaker Takeda to fight $6 billion damages imposed by U.S. jury
  159. Scientists regenerate immune organ in mice
  160. Guinea's first Ebola survivors return to family, stigma remains
  161. Alkermes' schizophrenia drug meets main goal of late-stage study
  162. Final Medicare payments to insurers 'less worse': analysts
  163. Final Medicare payments to insurers 'less worse' -analysts
  164. UPDATE 1-Alkermes' schizophrenia drug meets main goal of late-stage study
  165. BRIEF-Arseus says Waterland to place about 6.27 mln Arseus shares
  166. Guinea's first Ebola survivors return to family, stigma remains
  167. Scientists discover big clue to how caffeine wards off Alzheimer's
  168. The adverse effects a junk food diet can have on the mind and body
  169. The pros and cons of antioxidants for omega 6 damage
  170. The fatty acid composition in blood reflects the quality of dietary fat and carbohydrates in children
  171. The impact of long-term vitamin D insufficiency on fracture risk
  172. Eat one daily serving of legumes to keep away 'bad cholesterol'
  173. Swiss stocks - Factors to watch on April 8
  174. REFILE-PRESS DIGEST- New York Times business news - April 8
  175. Arseus on course for 2014 growth after solid year start
  176. Eni top spot in play as Italy prepares to shake up state firms
  177. PRESS DIGEST - Wall Street Journal - April 8
  178. Connecticut tame Wildcats to clinch NCAA title
  179. Paralyzed patients regain movement after spinal implant: study
  180. U.S. jury orders Takeda to pay $6 billion over Actos claims
  181. German stocks - Factors to watch on April 8
  182. Atletico's Costa in fitness battle to face Barca
  183. United's cause not so hopeless after all
  184. Idle Rangers clinch playoff spot
  185. Sheridan Healthcare hires banks for IPO - WSJ
  186. NYMEX-US crude around $100.80/bbl on renewed tension over Ukraine
  187. Minnesota NBA basketball forward arrested after threatening girlfriend
  188. Man Charged With Felony Stalking Of Selena Gomez
  189. U.S. childhood obesity rates have increased since 1999: study
  190. Dakota Meyer fears linking Fort Hood shooting to PTSD will deepen stigma ... - New York Daily News
  191. Walrus and son set for 'very, very cool' Masters
  192. U.S. childhood obesity rates have increased since 1999 - study
  193. Senate Passes Unemployment Benefit Extension - TIME
  194. MH370 searchers detect 'promising' acoustic signal lead - Taipei Times
  195. Ukraine Crisis: Independence Movement Spreads East - ABC News
  196. Slow Start For NY Town Using Birth Control On Deer
  197. House Committee: Possible Crimes By IRS Official
  198. Argument Over Requested Leave Preceded Fort Hood Shootings
  199. Angered By Iran Pick, Senate OKs Denying Visas
  200. Schumer Supports Bill Barring US Entry for Iran Envoy to UN - Businessweek
  201. Peaches Geldof Dies Unexpectedly at Age 25 - ABC News
  202. Mamma Mia: ABBA Mark 40 Years Since Breakthrough
  203. New app sheds virtual weight so faces look slimmer on 'selfies'
  204. Government says 2015 Medicare payments to rise
  205. Erratic B.B. King Performance Makes Fans Blue
  206. U.S. government says 2015 Medicare payments to insurers to rise
  207. UPDATE 1-U.S. government says 2015 Medicare payments to rise
  208. UPDATE 1-BlackBerry defeats NXP in trial over patents
  209. Fitch Affirms HCP's IDR at 'BBB+'; Outlook Stable
  210. Zogenix files lawsuit against Massachusetts over painkiller ban
  211. Zogenix files lawsuit against Massachusetts over painkiller ban
  212. Obamacare 'accomplishing goal,' U.S. uninsured drops to six-year low: poll
  213. Race to determine playoff field headed down to the wire
  214. Minnesota forward arrested, accused of threatening girlfriend
  215. Playoff push sets up wild finish to regular season
  216. For teen girls, fruits and veggies linked to lower risk of breast condition
  217. Doctor appointment availability varies by insurance type
  218. In Blind Test, Soloists Like New Violins Over Old
  219. Mom Gets 23-Year Sentence In Daughter's Slaying
  220. Pro-Russians proclaim independence for Ukraine's Donetsk - Daily Times
  221. Republican seeks 'forgiveness' after video shows him kissing aide - USA TODAY
  222. Fort Hood Gunman Fired 35 Shots in Eight Minutes - NBCNews.com
  223. Police Probe Smart Car Vandalism In San Francisco
  224. Former Senate Rivals Team Up To Combat Campus Sexual Assault
  225. The Latest In HD TV, From The Comfort Of Your Courtside Seat
  226. Masters weather suspension may be a good thing, says Furyk
  227. US Navy Black-Box Detector Receives 'Best Lead Yet' in Search for Missing Malaysian Plane
  228. Less is more approach paying dividends for Stricker
  229. Mourning headlines list of Hall of Fame's Class of 2014
  230. Masters thumbs up for Australian Day after injury layoff
  231. Teva asks Supreme court to stay ruling in Copaxone case
  232. Hearing aids for kids could improve speech and language
  233. Oscar Pistorius Apologizes to Family for Killing Reeva Steenkamp; Tells Court 'I'm Scared to Sleep'
  234. Thousands of Chinese Christians Form Human Wall to Protect Protestant Church
  235. US STOCKS-S&P 500 on track for worst 3-day decline since late-Jan
  236. EU study finds honey bees death rates are lower than feared
  237. Obamacare 'accomplishing goal,' U.S. uninsured drops to 6-year low -poll
  238. US STOCKS-Wall Street falls on broad weakness, Pfizer drags
  239. Russia-Ukraine Window of Opportunity for War or Peace - Voice of America
  240. Malaysia Airlines has 'work to do' fixing image: CEO - Times of India
  241. Mickey Rooney, an enduring star - Boston Globe
  242. Pistorius Testifies at Murder Trial, Apologizes to Girlfriend's Family - Voice of America
  243. Wailing Mourners Collapse in Grief While Remembering Rwanda Genocide - ABC News
  244. Jeb Bush calls some illegal immigration an act of love - KGWN
  245. 'A glass of milk a day' may delay knee osteoarthritis in women
  246. Brazil falling short in rush to overhaul World Cup airports
  247. UPDATE 1-Teva asks U.S. Supreme court to stay ruling in Copaxone case
  248. Teva asks U.S. justices to stay lower court ruling in Copaxone case
  249. Former Mass. Sen. Brown to kick off New Hampshire Senate run
  250. UPDATE 3-Mallinckrodt to buy Questcor for its lucrative MS drug