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  1. Colorado town awaits test results of pot ingredient in water
  2. Zika found in sperm after record 93 days: report
  3. Olympics-Golf's Rio return jars environmentalists, players stay away
  4. Zika in Florida: Second Possible Case of Local Transmission Under Investigation, Offi
  5. What a Brain Surgeon's Virtual Reality Tool and Pokemon Go Have in Common
  6. Syrian refugees welcomed in recession-hit Brazil but face tough times
  7. Golf's Rio return jars environmentalists, players stay away
  8. Alaska court strikes down parental notice for abortions
  9. EU watchdog flags faulty generic drug data, backs sales halt
  10. A Day Late, A Dollar Short: What The U.S. (And The World) Still Aren't Getting About
  11. Do-it-yourself brain stimulation has hidden risks
  12. Researchers successfully block colon cancer tumor growth
  13. New York Will No Longer Tax Women's Periods
  14. First baby with Zika-related birth defect born in New York City
  15. Program helps families ‘talk about driving’ with seniors
  16. Court: Birth control mandate violates religious rights
  17. Timeline: Zika's origin and global spread
  18. Factbox: Why the Zika virus is causing alarm
  19. Florida tests more than 200 residents in Zika probe
  20. Ringing in the ears plagues nearly one in 10 U.S. adults
  21. Obama signs opioid addiction bill into law -White House
  22. U.S. government's bid to block insurance mergers could spawn new ones
  23. Number of people fleeing South Sudan violence hits one-day record, officials say
  24. China launches nationwide inspection of vaccines
  25. Alaska's top court rejects parental notice for abortions
  26. Golf's Rio return jars environmentalists, players stay away
  27. Turkey seizes over 2,250 institutions in post-coup crackdown
  28. Tests : No more marijuana chemicals in Colorado town's water
  29. Colorado town finds no marijuana chemical in water, cancels restrictions
  30. Solar plane takes off from Egypt on final leg of world tour
  31. Boxing: After headguards, vests next on Olympic hit list
  32. Syrian government air strikes put 4 hospitals out of action - monitor
  33. Can STDs Be Transmitted Through Swimming Pools? An Expert Weighs In
  34. The easiest thing to win at Rio Games? A ticket
  35. Olympics: Australians stay away from Village due to blocked toilets, exposed wiring
  36. Olympics-Australians stay away from Village due to blocked toilets, exposed wiring
  37. India urges security forces to exercise restraint in Kashmir
  38. 'Brain training' cut dementia risk in healthy adults -U.S. study
  39. Behavior changes offer clues that dementia could be brewing
  40. Olympics-Australians stay away from Village due to blocked toilets, exposed wiring
  41. Libyan health crisis sharpens as resources dwindle
  42. New Zealand satisfied with Rio Village after remedial work
  43. Olympics-New Zealand satisfied with Rio Village after remedial work
  44. Watch for behavior changes for clues of dementia onset
  45. New Zealand satisfied with Rio Village after remedial work
  46. Prince Harry regrets not talking sooner about Diana's death
  47. Malaria drug may help in cancer fight, early research finds
  48. Mozambique closes in on huge gas deal after years of delays
  49. FDA rejects Ocular Therapeutix post-operative eye pain treatment
  50. Pakistan urges Indonesia to delay execution of man convicted of drug smuggling
  51. Mozambique myth-busting helpline tries to tackle HIV/AIDS
  52. Minorities may not get best care after a stroke
  53. When pot became legal in Colorado, kids' exposures went up
  54. Up to 1.65 million women of childbearing age at risk for Zika
  55. First baby with Zika-related microcephaly defect born in Spain
  56. Germany plans to extend price brake for drugs under statutory insurance
  57. Scientists develop new compound offering unprecedented UVA sun protection
  58. Tens of thousands of babies 'may be born with Zika disorders'
  59. Venezuelan schoolchildren express hunger in drawings
  60. Baby born in Spain with Zika-caused microcephaly, first in Europe: hospital
  61. Flu vaccine may help keep diabetics out of the hospital
  62. Colombia declares end to Zika epidemic inside country
  63. First baby with Zika-linked microcephaly born in Spain
  64. U.S. health officials update Zika transmission and testing guidance
  65. 'Thrifty' Samoan obesity gene found: study
  66. Australians stay away from Village citing blocked toilets, exposed wiring
  67. Timeline: Zika's origin and global spread
  68. Factbox: Why the Zika virus is causing alarm
  69. Zenefits fined $62,500 by Tennessee regulators in first settlement on licensing
  70. Olympics unlikely to worsen global spread of Zika
  71. Celgene drug fails to extend survival in lymphoma study
  72. Two-thirds of Americans OK if doctors ask about guns
  73. NFL-League, union unveil concussion protocol enforcement policy
  74. Colombia declares its Zika epidemic over
  75. Contamination of water pushes up costs, makes safe water scarcer: study
  76. Researchers publish U.S. data on police-related injuries
  77. Human tests start on controversial Brazil cancer pill
  78. General Mills expands flour recall to more batches
  79. China's condom policies to prevent HIV fail to protect sex workers: research
  80. 100-year global study finds world's tallest are Dutch, Latvians
  81. Up there: Netherlands, Latvia lead world for people's height
  82. Nineteen killed, dozens wounded in Japan knife attack: media reports
  83. Japanese government spokesman told 19 dead after knife attack
  84. Australian PM orders inquiry after teenage prisoners teargassed, stripped naked
  85. Japan knifing suspect had said he was willing to kill disabled-official
  86. Early menopause may speed up aging in women: study
  87. Shock as peaceful Japanese town wakes to 'unthinkable' disabled center horror
  88. Olympic travelers face tiny risk of Zika: US study
  89. Scientist-developed compound brings hope of new epilepsy treatment
  90. Female photographer gives voice to Nigeria's Boko Haram victims - with Instagram
  91. Lilly sales beat estimates on demand for new drugs
  92. Health insurer Centene's profit beats; raises forecast
  93. Aid group: Yemen's dialysis centers at a 'breaking point'
  94. Iran up, US down: height study charts global health
  95. Specialist sees Pokémon Go as means of tackling type 2 diabetes
  96. Over one million people hit as floods worsen in India's tea region of Assam
  97. Chicken scent offers hope for malaria prevention
  98. Exclusive: Teva, Mylan eye Pfizer's Brazil venture, sources say
  99. Doctors not sure we all need routine skin cancer screening
  100. Charges dropped against anti-abortion activists for Texas video recording
  101. Blood clot deaths tied to hours of daily TV time
  102. Brazil agency to say Rio Olympics will bring no environmental gains: sources
  103. Land used for palm oil could double without damaging forests: researchers
  104. Georgia's conservative Olympic outfit scorned by women's rights activists
  105. Americans worry about 'super-human' technologies: poll
  106. 6 Big Nutrition Myths, Debunked By Experts
  107. FDA enhances warnings on group of strong antibiotics
  108. With reference pricing, patients spend less on diagnostic testing
  109. Honduras detects 8 cases of babies with Zika-related defect
  110. Teens who play sports less likely to say they’ve done heroin
  111. U.S. opens door to a change in blood donation policy for gay men
  112. Severe birth defects not as lethal as docs once said: Study
  113. Alzheimer's May Affect More Men Than Previously Thought, Researchers Say
  114. C-Sections, Induced Births Decline in US, Study Finds
  115. Recro Pharma's intravenous painkiller succeeds in trial, shares soar
  116. Exercise ability in middle age may be one key to longer life
  117. Knife attacker in Japan moved from jail to see prosecutors: NHK
  118. Sushi restaurant worker among 93 Hawaii hepatitis A cases
  119. Japanese police raid house of knife attack suspect
  120. Climate change risk threatens 18 U.S. military sites: study
  121. GlaxoSmithKline invests $360 million in post-Brexit UK manufacturing
  122. The ER department fighting the US opioid crisis
  123. Chicken scent offers hope for malaria prevention
  124. Australian territory stops use of hoods, restraints on youth detainees
  125. Wish granted: Six-year-old boy is garbage man for a day
  126. Japan mass killing sparks debate: why didn't the system prevent it?
  127. MSF sounds alarm on northeast Nigeria, calls for food pipeline
  128. U.N. calls for humanitarian truce in Yemen's Taiz province
  129. Anthem profit beats estimates as Medicaid memberships rise
  130. Senator: Is Medicare drug plan vulnerable to exploitation?
  131. MSF fears famine in northeast Nigeria; calls for U.N. food pipeline
  132. Lilly CEO Lechleiter to retire; Ricks to succeed
  133. GSK outlook brightens as Brexit brings currency windfall
  134. Indonesia to execute 14 drug convicts this weekend: attorney general
  135. GSK chases next biotech asthma drug with $230 million J&J deal
  136. Indonesia to execute 14 drug convicts this weekend,including nationals of Nigeria, Zi
  137. TauRx Alzheimer's drug fails in large study; some benefit seen
  138. ALS-related gene found with help from Ice Bucket Challenge
  139. From herdsmen to central bankers, southern Africa counts drought cost
  140. How I Learned To 'Be the Best Where You Are'
  141. IBM steps up efforts in fight against Zika
  142. Thousands of Zimbabweans rally for Mugabe after war veteran's rebuke
  143. Judge frees Reagan attacker John Hinckley
  144. ALS 'Ice Bucket Challenge' Funding Leads to New Genetic Findings
  145. Zimbabwe's Mugabe says will not quit after war veterans' rebuke
  146. Paraguay reports first cases of microcephaly linked to Zika
  147. Rio drug dealers push Olympic highs
  148. Ice Bucket Challenge credited with ALS breakthrough
  149. Czech cabinet approves investment deal with GE Aviation
  150. 9/11 worker pleads for medical coverage with billboards
  151. Lack of FGM ban in domestic violence law fails Liberia's girls, activists say
  152. Paraguay reports first two cases of Zika birth defect
  153. Smoking raises brain-lining hemorrhage risk more for women
  154. Timeline: Zika's origin and global spread
  155. 2 more mysterious Zika infections reported in South Florida
  156. Factbox: Why the Zika virus is causing alarm
  157. Florida identifies two more Zika cases not related to travel
  158. Florida identifies two more Zika cases not related to travel
  159. Exercise lowers heart disease risk, even for younger women
  160. Consumer Reports Highlights Dietary Supplement Dangers
  161. Alere faces criminal probe over Medicare, Medicaid Billing: WSJ
  162. Rauner: Illinois doing all it can on Legionnaires' cases
  163. Anthem prepping for hardball fight with feds over Cigna deal
  164. Lack of exercise costs world $67.5 bln and 5 million lives a year
  165. Lack of exercise costs world $67.5 billion and 5 million lives a year
  166. Exclusive: Advent, CVC bid for inVentiv ahead of IPO: sources
  167. UK health service under fire over access to hepatitis C drugs
  168. Women with later start to periods, menopause more likely to reach age 90
  169. Induced labor not linked to higher autism risk
  170. Background noise can make it harder for toddlers to learn words
  171. Justice Department probes Alere over Medicare, Medicaid billing
  172. To reverse damage of sitting, take a brisk, hour-long walk
  173. Florida identifies two more Zika cases not related to travel
  174. President Reagan's would-be killer Hinckley to go free
  175. Fosun agrees to buy KKR-backed Indian drug maker for $1.4 billion: source
  176. A new threat in fight against overdoses: Elephant sedative
  177. Chinese polluters to face more business, financing restrictions
  178. New crop of robots to vie for space in the operating room
  179. AstraZeneca earnings hit by waning cholesterol drug sales
  180. Critics of weight-loss device urge U.S. regulator to reverse approval
  181. Savings, Cimzia sales push UCB first-half core profit above forecasts
  182. Volkswagen brand profit falls on scandal effects, lower sales
  183. Lack of exercise runs up $67.5 bn annual health tab: study
  184. Bristol-Myers beats forecasts, as hepatitis, cancer drugs deliver
  185. Breast milk protein protects preterm babies from infection, study finds
  186. Getting pumped and pampered in hard-times Gaza
  187. Reagan's would-be assassin now Virginia suburb's infamous new resident
  188. U.S. biotech Celgene raises forecast as profit beats Street
  189. Boston Scientific's sales beat on demand for heart devices
  190. Later menstruation and menopause linked to longevity
  191. Quest for new antibiotics gets right up your nose
  192. Saudi snow city tests kingdom's capacity for fun
  193. To reverse damage of sitting, take a brisk, hour-long walk
  194. Eating red meat linked to kidney failure risk
  195. New study on Chinese seniors shows vitamin D could prevent cognitive decline
  196. Comparison of commercial and homemade infant meals finds flaws in each
  197. U.S. and UK form global partnership to speed new antibiotics
  198. How Health Experts Investigate Possible Zika Outbreaks
  199. Judge rejects Sumner Redstone bid to end Viacom CEO lawsuit
  200. Innovations give African leaders hope malaria can be beaten by 2030
  201. Sliver of hope seen in Alzheimer's drug trial
  202. FDA takes steps to protect blood supply in Florida amid Zika probe
  203. Miami blood donations halted over Zika fears
  204. Ice Bucket Challenge credited with ALS breakthrough
  205. Too much light at night, too little in the morning tied to obesity risk
  206. New York pharmacy owner, husband plead guilty to large opioid pill scheme
  207. Judge rules against some 1,300 lawsuits over Bayer's Mirena IUD
  208. U.N. suspends aid in Nigeria's Borno state after attack on convoy
  209. Technology alone may not close disparities in medical research
  210. Michigan prosecutor to bring new criminal charges in Flint water scandal
  211. FDA Halts Florida Blood Donations in 2 Counties Over Concerns of Zika Outbreak
  212. Factbox: Why the Zika virus is causing alarm
  213. Timeline: Zika's origin and global spread
  214. Australia's Muslim migrants on edge, race relations falter with rise of the right
  215. Stretching may ease women's depression and menopause symptoms
  216. Sanofi sales and profit slide on U.S. pricing, Venezuela