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28 May 2014
  • Officials: MERS Did Not Spread to Illinois Man
    (0stlouis.cbslocal.com.)
    10:57 PM
  • In wake of Santa Barbara massacre, California Democrats propose mental health legislation
    (1www.mercurynews.com.)
    10:47 PM
  • Man injured in weekend Colonial Inn fire treated at Allegiance Health, since released
    (2www.mlive.com.)
    9:16 PM
  • Pests cited at IRS HQ health closure
    (3rssfeeds.wusa9.com.)
    9:07 PM
  • Hospital executive charged with child sex solicitation
    (4www.islandpacket.com.)
    8:45 PM
  • Mental health key to gun violence, GOP congressman says
    (5www.kplctv.com.)
    8:31 PM
  • Tulsa Health Department Begins Mosquito Surveillance Program
    (6www.newson6.com.)
    8:25 PM
  • More testing shows MERS did not spread to Illinois man
    (7fox2now.com.)
    6:58 PM
  • Caledonia driver suffers life-threatening injuries after being thrown in crash
    (8www.mlive.com.)
    5:16 PM
  • California rampage shows gaps in mental health law
    (9www.kait8.com.)
    4:45 PM
  • Guyana Has First Cases of Chikungunya Virus
    (10feeds.boston.com.)
    3:30 PM
  • Stallings Playground in Gentilly chosen for Sports Matter program, health and sports festival set at Dillard
    (11blog.nola.com.)
    1:42 PM
  • Officials take back report of MERS spread in US
    (12www.kait8.com.)
    1:27 PM
  • Highlights of proposed Massachusetts gun bill
    (13feedproxy.google.com.)
    6:36 AM
  • Illinois hospice employees face fraud charges
    (14jg-tc.com.)
    5:57 AM
  • Hagel orders review of military health system
    (15www.journalgazette.net.)
    4:57 AM
  • California rampage hits nerve, sparks reflection
    (16www.bradenton.com.)
    4:02 AM
  • Town Hall Meeting to Target Recreational Drug Use, Addiction
    (17stlouis.cbslocal.com.)
    1:59 AM
  • 20 May 2014
  • Ex-NFL stars say they were fed pills
    (0feedproxy.google.com.)
    11:49 PM
  • Commentary: Why I dont buy Suicide Prevention
    (1www.mlive.com.)
    10:37 PM
  • Premier Health suing IRS for $2.8 million
    (2www.daytondailynews.com.)
    8:38 PM
  • VIDEO: Greene Co. battles West Nile virus
    (3www.daytondailynews.com.)
    8:35 PM
  • Private option seen as influence in legislative races
    (4www.arkansasonline.com.)
    8:26 PM
  • Bradenton home health worker confessed to pawning client's jewelry
    (5www.bradenton.com.)
    8:14 PM
  • Russell Bucklew's Execution Stayed
    (6www.huffingtonpost.com.)
    7:51 PM
  • Accused murderer of 83-year-old Newark man to undergo mental health evaluation
    (7www.nj.com.)
    7:05 PM
  • Home health care worker accused of stealing ring
    (8www.heraldtribune.com.)
    6:41 PM
  • US subpoenas Oregon insurance website documents
    (9www.kait8.com.)
    6:13 PM
  • Trial opens in gang rape of home health nurse
    (10www.nola.com.)
    4:05 PM
  • Community partners praised for their role on the road to recovery for the mentally ill and those addicted to heroin, alchohol and other drugs: Michael K. McIntyres Tipoff
    (11www.cleveland.com.)
    3:52 PM
  • Ex-players sue NFL over use of painkillers
    (12feedproxy.google.com.)
    3:13 PM
  • Fracking: The pros and cons of the booming and controversial extraction process
    (13feedproxy.google.com.)
    2:44 PM
  • Massachusetts expands mental health services
    (14feedproxy.google.com.)
    2:39 PM
  • Letter to the Editor
    (15beaconnews.suntimes.com.)
    1:21 PM
  • Michigans fracking bonanza challenges state regulators to balance economic benefits with public health concerns
    (16www.mlive.com.)
    12:53 PM
  • Man shot in Bennington police station awaits health evaluation
    (17www.wcax.com.)
    12:05 PM
  • Michigan's fracking bonanza challenges state regulators to balance economic benefits with public health concerns
    (18feedproxy.google.com.)
    11:41 AM
  • Oscar Pistorius Facing Mental Evaluation Period, Murder Trial Halted Until June 30
    (19www.huffingtonpost.com.)
    10:50 AM
  • Tons of drowned livestock a new Balkan threat
    (20www.theolympian.com.)
    8:59 AM
  • Michael Menakis, former Northern Highlands athlete, dies of head injuries
    (21www.nj.com.)
    8:17 AM
  • Oscar Pistorius to start mental evaluation next week
    (22feedproxy.google.com.)
    7:40 AM
  • FDA: Dogs and people sickened by jerky pet treats
    (23rssfeeds.wtsp.com.)
    7:19 AM
  • Former State Sen. Catherine Abate Dies At 66
    (24newyork.cbslocal.com.)
    2:41 AM
  • AG OKs Partners Health Care, Hallmark merger
    (25feedproxy.google.com.)
    1:32 AM
  • Sorting out fat fact from fiction
    (26fox2now.com.)
    12:57 AM
  • Man armed at Boston graduation pleads not guilty
    (27news.yahoo.com.)
    12:03 AM
  • 19 May 2014
  • MERS Virus Affects Another in the U.S.
    (0www.examiner.com.)
    10:19 PM
  • Former NY state Sen. Catherine Abate dies at 66
    (1poststar.com.)
    9:01 PM
  • Health officials, Lambert airport prepare for possible MERS case
    (2fox2now.com.)
    8:31 PM
  • Local cancer trials helping future patients
    (3www.13abc.com.)
    8:07 PM
  • CIA says it will not use vaccine programs for spying
    (4feeds.cbsnews.com.)
    7:41 PM
  • CIA: Will not use vaccination programs for spying
    (5feedproxy.google.com.)
    6:39 PM
  • City Health Department on Alert for MERS Virus
    (6stlouis.cbslocal.com.)
    5:03 PM
  • Washington County man committed for life in killing of father
    (7www.jsonline.com.)
    4:49 PM
  • Govt Report: Fukushima cesium still raining down on U.S. in 2013 Presence of radioactive particles continued in California atmosphere Contamination worked its way into local ecosystems Incremental impacts from radiation released at Fukushima Health im
    (8feedproxy.google.com.)
    4:18 PM
  • MERS spreads for first time ever in U.S. via person-to-person contact
    (9feeds.cbsnews.com.)
    2:09 PM
  • Two men leap from third-floor balcony when police arrive to investigate loud party
    (10www.mlive.com.)
    1:33 PM
  • Police, mental health officials sign pact for handling of issues that could prevent death of the next Milton Hall
    (11www.mlive.com.)
    1:30 PM
  • How Congress can solve our mental-health crisis
    (12newarkadvocate.com.)
    1:26 PM
  • MERS Update: Region's first MERS patient discharged
    (13feedproxy.google.com.)
    12:47 PM
  • Illinois resident previously positive for MERS now tests negative
    (14www.wrex.com.)
    11:47 AM
  • Illinois resident infected with MERS tests negative for ability to spread virus
    (15www.suntimes.com.)
    11:44 AM
  • Pleasant Hill: Police find missing man
    (16www.contracostatimes.com.)
    10:02 AM
  • Japan debates radiation as manga shows nosebleed
    (17www.theolympian.com.)
    6:37 AM
  • 15 May 2014
  • Man, woman injured after hit and run accident in Hinesville
    (0www.wtoc.com.)
    11:20 PM
  • Fulton Co. probing spike in tuberculosis cases
    (1www.wtvm.com.)
    10:05 PM
  • Seminole County nurse accused of stealing prescription drugs
    (2www.wftv.com.)
    9:37 PM
  • Owner of Cranford home health aide agency indicted for insurance fraud
    (3www.nj.com.)
    8:08 PM
  • Bar employees, neighbors found man on sidewalk after hit-and-run crash; man reported to be in critical condition
    (4www.mlive.com.)
    8:01 PM
  • Fiebelkorn attorney seeks county records on Sauceda
    (5www.kcchronicle.com.)
    7:46 PM
  • 67 Year-Old Lawrence Man Gets Life For Killing Ailing Wife
    (6www.wibw.com.)
    7:11 PM
  • 2 Your Health: Alcohol-Related Deaths Topped 3m in 2012
    (7www.wbay.com.)
    6:58 PM
  • Fla. health workers test negative for MERS virus
    (8www.nbc-2.com.)
    6:08 PM
  • MERS update: All family members, workers test negative for virus
    (9feedproxy.google.com.)
    6:01 PM
  • Hospital Workers Test Negative For MERS
    (10miami.cbslocal.com.)
    5:35 PM
  • Casey Kasem is found after daughter reports him missing
    (11www.examiner.com.)
    5:19 PM
  • Fla health workers test negative for MERS virus
    (12www.bradenton.com.)
    4:27 PM
  • Health workers in Orlando checked for MERS
    (13rssfeeds.wtsp.com.)
    3:39 PM
  • Wrong student arrested for school bomb threat
    (14www.journalgazette.net.)
    2:44 PM
  • Disease specialist: MERS won't become pandemic
    (15www.khou.com.)
    11:27 AM
  • MERS not yet a public health emergency
    (16www.wect.com.)
    10:43 AM
  • Prosecutor: Wrong student arrested for Center Grove bomb threat
    (17www.wthr.com.)
    10:25 AM
  • Insurance broker admits pocketing nearly $1 million in bogus health care coverage
    (18www.nj.com.)
    8:57 AM
  • Nigeria rules out prisoner swap for missing girls; Sept. 11 Memorial Museum prepares for opening; wildfires force evacuations in San Diego: A.M. National and World News Links
    (19www.cleveland.com.)
    7:53 AM
  • Edgard woman chosen to serve on U.S. delegation of World Health Assembly in Switzerland
    (20blog.nola.com.)
    7:31 AM
  • Illinois begins annual West Nile virus program
    (21jg-tc.com.)
    5:34 AM
  • Nearly 100 kits to prevent heroin overdose prescribed
    (22www.daytondailynews.com.)
    2:14 AM
  • 14 May 2014
  • State opens access to heroin & opioid antidote
    (0www.13abc.com.)
    11:24 PM
  • How are health officials detecting MERS
    (1rss.cnn.com.)
    8:12 PM
  • Bellingham veterinarian accused of shooting up with pet medications
    (2www.kirotv.com.)
    7:50 PM
  • Rockford health professional talks about MERS virus
    (3www.wrex.com.)
    5:41 PM
  • Local hospitals cautious of MERS virus
    (4www.kait8.com.)
    4:41 PM
  • Rape kits would have to be tested in timely fashion under legislation sparked by Detroit's backlog
    (5feedproxy.google.com.)
    4:31 PM
  • Rape kits would have to be tested in timely fashion under legislation sparked by Detroits backlog
    (6www.mlive.com.)
    3:35 PM
  • Morristown insurance broker admits stealing nearly $1 million
    (7www.dailyrecord.com.)
    3:29 PM
  • St. Louis VA Hospital under investigation
    (8fox2now.com.)
    2:00 PM
  • World Health Organization says MERS not a global emergency
    (9www.palmbeachpost.com.)
    1:18 PM
  • What makes mining in Turkey so dangerous
    (10www.wxow.com.)
    12:12 PM
  • IDPH: Illinois' risk of MERS extremely low
    (11www.wrex.com.)
    11:13 AM
  • POLICE: Louisville nurse withheld patients' meds for months
    (12www.wdrb.com.)
    9:47 AM
  • Arlington doctor convicted of health care fraud
    (13www.wfaa.com.)
    9:32 AM
  • Dallas-area doctor convicted of health care fraud
    (14www.kltv.com.)
    9:31 AM
  • Dog flu detected in Mass. for first time
    (15hosted.ap.org.)
    8:55 AM
  • World Health Organization: MERS isn't an emergency
    (16www.wlox.com.)
    8:36 AM
  • Psychiatrist pleads guilty to health care fraud
    (17www.newschannel5.com.)
    8:34 AM
  • Pistorius Ordered to Have Mental Health Tests
    (18www.newser.com.)
    8:00 AM
  • 5 cases of measles reported in Tennessee, including Madison, Gibson, Hardeman counties
    (19www.jacksonsun.com.)
    7:29 AM
  • Pistorius judge orders mental health tests
    (20www.wcnc.com.)
    6:50 AM
  • Pistorius ordered to take mental health tests
    (21www.wptv.com.)
    6:13 AM
  • Illinois health official: MERS risk extremely low
    (22www.pantagraph.com.)
    5:42 AM
  • Poultry Farmers Recover From Tornado Damage
    (23www.wlox.com.)
    2:47 AM
  • 13 May 2014
  • Local Health Officials Arrested As Part Of Nationwide Medicare Fraud Takedown
    (0miami.cbslocal.com.)
    11:33 PM
  • Beautiful Daisy, GCACS rescue with multiple health problems, needs donations
    (1www.examiner.com.)
    10:52 PM
  • 20 health workers watched for MERS symptoms
    (2www.palmbeachpost.com.)
    10:21 PM
  • Sex education in Montgomery County: Students may begin in seventh grade
    (3www.wjla.com.)
    9:35 PM
  • Medical Fraud Strike Force charges 5 Houston-area physicians for false billing
    (4www.khou.com.)
    8:57 PM
  • CDC posts MERS warning at U.S. airports after more cases emerge
    (5www.examiner.com.)
    8:43 PM
  • Officials: Two Killed at West Virginia Coal Mine
    (6www.whsv.com.)
    8:37 PM
  • Court halts Texas execution over mental health claims
    (7www.wfaa.com.)
    7:08 PM
  • Florida MERS Patient Still Has Fever
    (8www.kristv.com.)
    7:07 PM
  • Health Officials Confirm Second MERS Case in U.S.
    (9stlouis.cbslocal.com.)
    6:34 PM
  • Reeces Las Vegas Supply co-owner illegal gambling trial delayed
    (10www.daytondailynews.com.)
    6:27 PM
  • Transgender Teen Moved To Cottage On Prison Grounds
    (11hartfordcourant.feedsportal.com.)
    6:14 PM
  • Court halts execution over mental health claims
    (12feedproxy.google.com.)
    6:02 PM
  • Medicare fraud sweep nets 90 arrests across US
    (13www.bradenton.com.)
    5:50 PM
  • Blue Rhino workers at fault in blast OSHA probe shows otherwise
    (14feedproxy.google.com.)
    5:11 PM
  • Middle East Respiratory Syndrome: Second U.S. case confirmed
    (15www.wjla.com.)
    4:52 PM
  • Ex-Roxbury dentistpleads guilty to health care fraud
    (16www.nj.com.)
    4:39 PM
  • Sex-addicted Roxbury dentist admits to insurance fraud
    (17www.dailyrecord.com.)
    4:18 PM
  • Texas execution scheduled tonight; man crashes into Baltimore TV station; seven Ukrainian soldiers killed: U.S. and World News Links
    (18www.cleveland.com.)
    4:11 PM
  • Two workers dead in West Virginia coal mine accident
    (19feeds.latimes.com.)
    4:07 PM
  • Alamo/Danville/San Ramon police logs: ID theft, mental health commitment reported
    (20www.contracostatimes.com.)
    3:51 PM
  • Second case of MERS reported in the U.S.
    (21www.wqow.com.)
    3:35 PM
  • Saudi Arabia reports 5 new deaths from MERS
    (22www.wlox.com.)
    2:06 PM
  • Lax psychiatric care alleged at St. Louis VA
    (23feedproxy.google.com.)
    1:48 PM
  • Second U.S. Case of MERS Virus Confirmed by Officials
    (24www.palmbeachpost.com.)
    1:18 PM
  • 1st MERS case in Orlando: Patient stable; 2 workers exposed
    (25feedproxy.google.com.)
    12:54 PM
  • Indiana hospital workers get clean bill of health after MERS scare
    (26feeds.latimes.com.)
    12:00 PM
  • 1st MERS case in Orlando: Patients doing well, in good spirits
    (27feedproxy.google.com.)
    11:54 AM
  • WHO: Alcohol kills 1 person every 10 seconds
    (28feedproxy.google.com.)
    11:53 AM
  • 1st MERS case in Orlando: Patient stable, in good spirits
    (29feedproxy.google.com.)
    11:52 AM
  • Two Killed at West Virginia Coal Mine
    (30www.kolotv.com.)
    11:39 AM
  • Officials: 2 killed at West Virginia coal mine
    (31feeds.boston.com.)
    11:02 AM
  • Thousands of fish found dead in Shark River
    (32www.trentonian.com.)
    9:59 AM
  • Brody Coal Mine Accident In West Virginia Leaves Two Dead At Patriot Coal Site
    (33www.huffingtonpost.com.)
    9:39 AM
  • Driving while pregnant: Car-crash risk rises in second trimester
    (34www.journalgazette.net.)
    4:39 AM
  • Second case of MERS in U.S. is Florida man who worked at Saudi hospital
    (35www.journalgazette.net.)
    4:38 AM
  • Oxygen depletion likely killed thousands of fish in the Shark River
    (36www.dailyrecord.com.)
    3:14 AM
  • Family hopes rare not guilty plea sparks changes in mental health system
    (37www.ksl.com.)
    2:29 AM
  • Arlington dad warns of daughter's mental health complications after K2 use
    (38www.wfaa.com.)
    12:58 AM
  • 12 May 2014
  • Fracking in St. Tammany Parish would bring environmental, health problems, activist says
    (0www.nola.com.)
    11:49 PM
  • Second U.S. Case of MERS Virus Discovered
    (1online.wsj.com.)
    10:58 PM
  • MERS: Second case of mysterious virus reported in U.S.
    (2www.mercurynews.com.)
    10:57 PM
  • Confirmed: 2nd US Case of Mysterious MERS Virus
    (3www.newser.com.)
    10:42 PM
  • Man tells police he was shot on Stuart Street in Staunton
    (4www.newsleader.com.)
    9:46 PM
  • Sweet shepherd mix, surrendered due to declining health of owner, is out of time
    (5www.examiner.com.)
    9:19 PM
  • Experts: MERS transmission risk low
    (6www.nbc-2.com.)
    8:50 PM
  • Man visiting Orlando is 1st Central Florida MERS virus case
    (7feeds.orlandosentinel.com.)
    8:13 PM
  • San Jose: Landfill fire ruled accidental, cause still unknown; air quality not affected
    (8www.mercurynews.com.)
    7:02 PM
  • Logan passengers who flew with MERS patient sought
    (9feedproxy.google.com.)
    6:27 PM
  • Does Pistorius Have An Anxiety Disorder
    (10www.palmbeachpost.com.)
    4:23 PM
  • Deadly MERS virus infects 2nd person in U.S., CDC confirms
    (11feeds.chicagotribune.com.)
    4:01 PM
  • Kent County residents asked: What are your top health issues
    (12www.mlive.com.)
    3:42 PM
  • Officials: 2nd US case of MERS reported
    (13www.wxow.com.)
    3:11 PM
  • Lorain County provides life-saving heroin overdose antidote to the public
    (14www.cleveland.com.)
    3:08 PM
  • Officials: Second US case of MERS being reported
    (15www.wthr.com.)
    2:50 PM
  • Confirmed case of MERS in Florida
    (16www.nbc-2.com.)
    2:49 PM
  • Gay couples seek changes on birth certificates
    (17www.katv.com.)
    2:31 PM
  • 1st MERS virus case reported in Central Florida
    (18feedproxy.google.com.)
    2:29 PM
  • 1st MERS case reported in Central Florida
    (19feedproxy.google.com.)
    2:28 PM
  • Officials: 2nd U.S. case of MERS being reported
    (20seattletimes.com.)
    2:20 PM
  • Officials: 2nd US case of MERS reported in Fla.
    (21www.wftv.com.)
    2:11 PM
  • Officials: 2nd US case of MERS being reported
    (22www.kait8.com.)
    1:52 PM
  • Officials: 2nd US case of MERS being reported in Florida
    (23www.bradenton.com.)
    1:47 PM
  • MERS case investigated in Florida
    (24www.palmbeachpost.com.)
    1:41 PM
  • Alcohol responsible for 1 death every 10 seconds
    (25feeds.cbsnews.com.)
    1:26 PM
  • WHO: Alcohol Kills Someone Every 10 Seconds
    (26www.newser.com.)
    1:18 PM
  • CDC: 2nd U.S. case of MERS found in Florida
    (27feedproxy.google.com.)
    1:03 PM
  • U.S., Florida health officials confirm 2nd U.S. case of MERS
    (28feedproxy.google.com.)
    12:23 PM
  • U.S., Florida health officials confirm 2nd case of MERS
    (29feedproxy.google.com.)
    12:22 PM
  • Camels are linked to frightening MERS virus outbreak
    (30www.examiner.com.)
    11:24 AM
  • Ohio city makes drug antidote available to public
    (31www.ohio.com.)
    11:21 AM
  • 08 May 2014
  • Health department probes measles case
    (0feedproxy.google.com.)
    7:48 PM
  • Middle east virus makes its way to the U. S.
    (1wdtn.com.)
    6:47 PM
  • Judges seem skeptical over latest challenge to health care law
    (2www.miamiherald.com.)
    6:38 PM
  • Massachusetts Senate unveils substance abuse bill
    (3hosted.ap.org.)
    6:25 PM
  • Senate unveils substance abuse bill
    (4feedproxy.google.com.)
    6:22 PM
  • Allegheny County Health Dept. Investigating Measles Case
    (5pittsburgh.cbslocal.com.)
    6:01 PM
  • Report details 2nd sexual assault at Flower Hospital
    (6www.13abc.com.)
    5:33 PM
  • Housekeeper, home health aide charged in Paramus thefts
    (7www.nj.com.)
    4:47 PM
  • Plainfield Township holistic health center victim of $55,000 embezzlement by employee
    (8www.mlive.com.)
    4:44 PM
  • Saudi Arabia Reports 4 More Deaths From MERS
    (9www.lex18.com.)
    2:27 PM
  • Why Health Insurance Won't Cover Your Medical Marijuana
    (10www.huffingtonpost.com.)
    2:22 PM
  • Emails From VA Officials Subpoenaed
    (11online.wsj.com.)
    2:20 PM
  • Judge fines Carrick landlord, orders repairs to water connections
    (12feedproxy.google.com.)
    12:49 PM
  • Saudi Arabia reports 5 more deaths from MERS
    (13feedproxy.google.com.)
    12:47 PM
  • Man suspected of involvement in sexual abuse of children at day care centers to be mentally evaluated
    (14www.cleveland.com.)
    12:17 PM
  • Health insurers just say no to marijuana coverage
    (15feedproxy.google.com.)
    11:29 AM
  • S. Idaho company fined after worker injured
    (16hosted.ap.org.)
    10:45 AM
  • Appeals panel denies Notre Dame new suit hearing
    (17www.journalgazette.net.)
    4:06 AM
  • Hillary Clinton wants to 'rein in' gun culture that is 'way out of balance'
    (18www.examiner.com.)
    2:49 AM
  • 02 May 2014
  • Local health officials respond to MERS case
    (0feedproxy.google.com.)
    10:43 PM
  • First U.S. case of MERS virus confirmed in Indiana health care worker
    (1www.examiner.com.)
    8:50 PM
  • CDC confirms 1st case of MERS in U.S.
    (2feedproxy.google.com.)
    7:27 PM
  • CDC Confirms First Case of MERS Virus in America
    (3www.kktv.com.)
    7:26 PM
  • Men prefer women who wear less makeup; your zip code may determine how long you live: Family Healthcast
    (4feedproxy.google.com.)
    7:23 PM
  • Illinois health officials aware of MERS virus case
    (5www.pantagraph.com.)
    7:09 PM
  • CDC Confirms 1st Case of MERS Virus in American
    (6feeds.boston.com.)
    6:50 PM
  • CDC Confirms First Case of MERS Virus in An American
    (7feeds.boston.com.)
    6:50 PM
  • Holding onto the world's deadliest disease
    (8www.examiner.com.)
    6:32 PM
  • Officials confirm first case of deadly MERS virus in U.S.
    (9www.katu.com.)
    6:23 PM
  • US Gets First Case of Deadly MERS Virus
    (10www.newser.com.)
    5:19 PM
  • First Case of Deadly Middle East Virus Confirmed in U.S.
    (11fox8.com.)
    5:14 PM
  • Deadly MERS virus now in U.S., officials say
    (12www.wptv.com.)
    5:06 PM
  • UNC-Chapel Hill reviews fee that funded 'sexperts'
    (13www.wral.com.)
    4:37 PM
  • CDC confirms first case of MERS virus in US
    (14www.abcactionnews.com.)
    4:22 PM
  • CDC confirms first case of MERS virus in U.S.
    (15www.arkansasonline.com.)
    3:55 PM
  • CDC confirms first case of MERS virus in American
    (16www.kait8.com.)
    3:40 PM
  • CDC confirms first case of MERS infection in US
    (17www.bradenton.com.)
    2:50 PM
  • Man Sentenced To Life For Hacking Therapist To Death With Cleaver
    (18www.huffingtonpost.com.)
    2:39 PM
  • Southeastern states have highest rates of preventable deaths
    (19www.wtoc.com.)
    11:27 AM
  • Imprisoned after stealing health care in Mobile, Louisiana mans life looking up
    (20blog.al.com.)
    10:56 AM
  • Health, environmental threats to Staten Islands West Shore lead Schumer to call for feds to stop New Jerseys Rahway Arch Project
    (21www.silive.com.)
    10:54 AM
  • Improve your sex life with these top 10 sex gadgets
    (22www.dailymail.co.uk.)
    10:05 AM
  • Massachusetts psychiatric prison faces lawsuit
    (23feedproxy.google.com.)
    8:19 AM
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