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1 JAMA editorial highlights challenges of implementing new TB screening guidelines
2 Dam removal projects accelerate, but research lags behind
3 Early study shows RTS, S malaria vaccine efficacy may improve by changing dosing schedule
4 Farming adaptations needed to combat climate change to impact crop yields in 2050
5 Greater efforts are needed to eliminate female genital mutilation
6 Flycatcher genome sheds light on causes of mutations
7 SickKids-led project investigates malnutrition in children, liver impairments
8 NIH-funded researchers find signs TB can persist in lungs despite treatment
9 Review highlights the range of negative health effects linked with red meat consumption
10 Similarities found between how ancient and modern fish survived youth
11 Electric fans may exacerbate heat issues for seniors, study finds
12 Trauma and shopping
13 Over-the-counter head lice treatments are likely to fail
14 Orientation without a master plan
15 OU study demonstrates seasonality of bird migration in response to environmental cues
16 Detailed age map shows how Milky Way came together
17 Researchers design solids that control heat with spinning superatoms
18 Post-mortem assessment guidelines for vascular cognitive impairment
19 Screening for suicidal thoughts and behaviors declines with patient age
20 Age before youth: Older cranes lead the way to new migration patterns
21 Hungry cells on the move
22 Scientists discover a new deep-reef Butterflyfish species in Papahanaumokuakea Monument
23 Brown dwarfs hiding in plain sight in our solar neighborhood
24 How that 'old book smell' could save priceless artifacts (video)
25 Researchers at the CNIO discover a gene that is essential for the DNA-replication process
26 Drug reduces seizure frequency in children with tuberous sclerosis complex
27 Cyber Security Survey reveals darknet use higher among 18- to 24-year-olds
28 Some islands started in diamond-bearing regions under continents, geochemists say
29 Towards the workplace of the future--with virtual reality
30 Rice University-led team morphs nanotubes into tougher carbon for spacecraft, satellites
31 Body heat as a power source
32 Researchers use hardware to accelerate core-to-core on-chip communication
33 Wits University scientists predict the existence of a new boson
34 A minimalist theory to predict protein movements
35 YouTube videos promote positive associations with alcohol use
36 New simulations of wind power generation
37 New tool can calculate renewable energy output anywhere in the world
38 Infrared light to detect early signs of esophageal cancer
39 Tuning the instrument: Spider webs as vibration transmission structures
40 Nanotechnology supports treatment of malignant melanoma
41 Healthcare corruption taken to task by technology, study shows
42 Structure of mammalian protein complex of respiratory chain solved at atomic level
43 New research shows link between extended GP surgery hours and fewer A&E visits
44 Hypertension: Releasing the pressure at its source
45 Human aichi virus atomic structure identified by IBP and STRUBI scientists
46 European standards to prevent repeat heart attacks launched today
47 Nutrient pollution is changing sounds in the sea
48 Single HIV mutation induces distinct T cell immune responses
49 Genetics of African KhoeSan populations maps to Kalahari Desert geography
50 Incidence of venous thromboembolism in patients undergoing major hip surgeries at a single institution
51 Rumor patterns on social media during emergencies--Ben-Gurion U. study
52 Research shows it may be time to abandon dreaded digital rectal exam
53 Throughout history humans have preferred their pigs to be black, suggests study
54 Simulation study highlights potential driving risk posed by patients with obstructive sleep apnea
55 Research reveals artificial thyroid cancer epidemic
56 Largest review into twin pregnancies reveals ideal delivery time to prevent stillbirths
57 Twin study helps unravel the genetic blueprint of the human brain
58 Speech technology enables kids to control video game
59 NIH scientists publish new metric to measure the influence of scientific research
60 African fishers undertake highly risky expeditions to make a living
61 Friends help friends on Facebook feel better
62 High utility bills trigger anxiety and depression in low-income households
63 Fish 'biowaste' converted to piezoelectric energy harvesters
64 Recessions are harmful to health
65 Twins should be delivered at 37 weeks to minimize deaths, say experts
66 Irregular heartbeat linked to wider range of serious conditions than previously thought
67 Water and light 'flow' inspire ultrasensitive optical microfiber coupler sensor
68 Fungi contribute to delayed healing of chronic wounds
69 Location matters in the self-assembly of nanoclusters
70 Cesarean delivery may lead to increased risk of obesity among offspring
71 Tumor microenvironment acts as a mechanism of resistance to chemotherapy
72 Evidence of Zika virus found in tears
73 Survey: Most parents rely on outdated advice when caring for a child with concussion
74 Technique identifies chemotherapy-resistant cells within acute myeloid leukemia tumors
75 Nasal sprays not effective in reducing duration, frequency of nosebleeds caused by blood vessel disorder
76 Findings suggest electric fan use by elderly during extreme heat could be harmful
77 Screening for latent tuberculosis infection recommended for those at increased risk
78 MRIs during pregnancy and outcomes for infants, children
79 Intervention addresses pediatric patient families' social needs
80 Cesarean birth appears associated with higher risk of obesity in children
81 Prevalence of celiac appears steady but followers of gluten-free diet increase
82 Is sex in later years good for your health?
83 Barcodes to identify gene regulators
84 New article-level metric measures the influence of scientific research
85 Bad seeds: How the parental lineage may determine viability in tomato hybrids
86 Super-resolution microscope builds 3-D images by mapping negative space
87 Canadian Cardiovascular Society sets new guidelines for atrial fibrillation management and treatment
88 Zika infects the eyes of adult mice
89 BCL11A-based gene therapy for sickle cell disease passes key preclinical test
90 MRIs in first trimester of pregnancy not associated with increased risk to fetus: Study
91 Canada needs a national suicide prevention strategy
92 Diagnosing and managing food allergies: A guide for physicians
93 A new angle on anxiety
94 Higher thyroid hormone levels linked to sudden cardiac death
95 Simple saline spray could be as effective as drug therapy for treating chronic nosebleeds
96 Factor isolated from babies' cord blood could treat harmful inflammation, sepsis
97 'Traffic jam' in brain linked to common cognitive disorder
98 Extending primary care hours is linked to fewer emergency department visits
99 Scientists discover what extraordinary compounds may be hidden inside Jupiter and Neptune
100 New study suggests women do ask for pay rises but don't get them
101 Browsing antelope turned ancient African forests into grassy savanna ecosystems
102 A gene defect as a potential gateway for targeted prostate cancer therapy
103 Helpers for energy acquisition from plants
104 European earthworms decrease species diversity in North America
105 CNIO scientists have discovered a specific molecular biomarker for malignant melanoma
106 Young people exposed to vaping ads less likely to think occasional smoking bad for health
107 Butterflies: Agonistic display or courtship behavior?
108 First gravitational waves form after 10 million years
109 Biobank storage time as important as age
110 An exceptional palaeontological site going back 100,000 years is unearthed in Arrasate