Coca-Cola Helped by Strong North American Demand but Company Issues Lackluster Future Guidance

Coca-Cola Helped by Strong North American Demand but Company Issues Lackluster Future Guidance

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Women with dense breasts more likely to develop breast cancer: study

Women with dense breasts more likely to develop breast cancer: study

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Iranian baby with heart defect admitted to Portland hospital

Iranian baby with heart defect admitted to Portland hospital

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Teens trying potentially dangerous vaping method called ‘dripping’

Teens trying potentially dangerous vaping method called ‘dripping’

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South Korea confirms foot-&-mouth disease at dairy farm

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Try drug-free remedies before resorting to medication for low back pain: ACP

People suffering low back pain should try drug-free remedies like heat wraps and physical therapy before resorting to medication, the American College of Physicians (ACP) suggested.

Pregnant inmate forced to deliver baby on jail cell floor

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Marathon Pharma to sell decades-old drug to treat DMD for $89,000

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Try drug-free remedies before resorting to medication for low back pain: ACP

People suffering low back pain should try drug-free remedies like heat wraps and physical therapy before resorting to medication, the American College of Physicians (ACP) sugges

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