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1 High-tech scans can spare lymphoma patients intensive chemo
2 Diabetes raises risk of heart attack death by 50 percent
3 How the mouse outlived the giant
4 'Hey! You stole my food!'
5 Revealed: New insights on causes of sudden cardiac death in the young
6 Memory loss caused by West Nile virus explained
7 The world's oldest farmers
8 Healthy aging benefits may be associated with walnut consumption, according to research
9 Empowering addiction treatment patients to engage in care may improve overall health
10 Study finds contagious cancers are spreading among several species of shellfish
11 Childhood abuse and chronic parental domestic violence linked to later addictions
12 Plastic debris and policy
13 Negative feedback loops help maintain the function of mutated proteins
14 Americans spent $30.2 billion out-of-pocket on complementary health approaches
15 Landmark study gives clearest picture of genetic causes of bowel cancer
16 Australia 20 years after gun reform--no mass shootings, declining firearm deaths
17 Zika warnings lead to 'significant' increase in demand for abortion in Latin America
18 Particle zoo in a quantum computer
19 New heart failure therapy could prevent substantial number of deaths, study finds
20 Mini-guts predict cystic fibrosis patients' response to therapy
21 Dormant black hole eats star, becomes X-ray flashlight
22 Increased rates of stroke, heart failure, CHD and death in black individuals with atrial fibrillation
23 Canada spends over $400 million on medicine that harms seniors
24 Early behavior problems impact long-term educational attainment more for boys than girls
25 Cosmopolitan snow algae accelerate the melting of Arctic glaciers
26 Airplanes make clouds brighter
27 Do you know what you're smoking? Research suggests that you don't
28 New knowledge about DNA repair can be turned into cancer inhibitors
29 Study: Courts of old Istanbul yield insights on modern poverty
30 Blacks with AFib at greater risk for adverse outcomes
31 Gender gap found in cardiac arrest care, outcomes
32 Digital strategies show promise for emergency heart and stroke care
33 Has breast MRI been performed upside down?
34 In worldwide chemotaxis competition, researchers race cell lines to the finish line
35 Is Huntington's disease more common than we thought?
36 Young bowhead whales may cease growing lengthwise to grow head and baleen plates
37 Early arrival gives bluebirds an edge in keeping nest sites
38 Fish out of water are more common than thought
39 Some women's retirement plan: Rely on Prince Charming
40 Green still a dream, petrol tipped to drive Australian car market in 2030
41 Hibernation study yields insights about organ protection
42 EARTH: Dating of landslides around Oso reveals recurring patterns
43 Chemists find new way to recycle plastic waste into fuel
44 In doctors we trust--especially when they admit to bias
45 Does oral cannabidiol convert to THC, a psychoactive form of cannabinoid, in the stomach?
46 'Coral zombies' may spell doom for coral reefs around world
47 UNC researchers help create key diagnostic measures for gastrointestinal disorders
48 Researchers explore epigenetic influences of chronic pain
49 Research shows how visual perception slows with age
50 New model predicts complication risks in surgery for spinal cord compression
51 Pipeline device can treat challenging 'distal anterior' brain aneurysms
52 New statistical approach will help researchers better determine cause-effect
53 Making computers reason and learn by analogy
54 Estuaries like Chesapeake Bay could contribute more to global warming than once thought
55 Astronomers find the first 'wind nebula' around a magnetar
56 Diamond-based resonators might become highly sensitive detectors
57 Scorpions have similar tastes in burrow architecture
58 Sierra Nevada snowpack not likely to recover from drought until 2019
59 Strong global economic engagement is essential for US prosperity, RAND study says
60 Primary care physicians primed to help patients be more active
61 UMMS scientists use CRISPR to discover Zika and dengue weaknesses
62 Research bolsters case for a present-day subsurface ocean on Pluto
63 Mice fed more fiber have less severe food allergies
64 The benefits of friending a grownup
65 Overweight and obese type 2 patients show improvements with structured nutrition therapy
66 Medicare ACOs have achieved savings in providing care to patients with multiple conditions
67 Certain leisure activities may reduce post-surgical delirium among older adults
68 Study: Mandatory treatment not effective at reducing drug use, violates human rights
69 Children's nutrition influenced by local neighborhoods
70 Pilot study successfully uses DNA sequencing to diagnose brain infections
71 Assisted dying for psychiatric disorders: Serious public health impact
72 How chameleons capture their prey
73 Measuring Planck's constant, NIST's watt balance brings world closer to new kilogram
74 Better material insights with gentle e-beams
75 Compiler for analog computers enhances biological modeling
76 Versatile method yields synthetic biology building blocks
77 New link found between diabetes and Alzheimer's disease
78 Sweden's 100 percent carbon-free emissions challenge
79 Experts take strong stance on testosterone deficiency and treatment
80 Drones could be cheaper alternative to delivering vaccines in developing world
81 New study finds link between omega-3 supplementation and reduced hospital stays
82 The world's most delicious chemical reaction (video)
83 Fighting experience makes beetles better mothers, study shows
84 Pollen allergies have increased among Swedish adults
85 Patients with inflammation more likely to develop diabetes after transplant
86 New CAR T cell therapy using double target aimed at solid tumors
87 Existing diabetes drug shows effectiveness against chronic liver disease
88 Core proteins exert control over DNA function
89 More pills for the young'uns
90 Immense species richness of bacterial-eating microorganisms discovered in soil
91 Coexistence of superconductivity and charge density waves observed
92 The healing powers of music: Mozart and Strauss for treating hypertension
93 Iraqi Kurdistan site reveals evolution towards the first cities of Mesopotamia
94 Caribbean Sea acts like a whistle and can be 'heard' from space
95 Gamble on your opponent's gaze if you want to win
96 'Get children playing outdoors' to improve academic success and reduce obesity
97 Taking notes boosts memory of jurors, new study finds
98 Tracking the aluminum used to purify tap water
99 Significant humus loss in forests of the Bavarian Alps
100 Highly efficient agent against Wilson disease
101 Insulin-sensitive fat leads to obesity
102 Odors can be measured by analytical chemistry
103 Computer watches human camera operators to improve automated sports broadcasts
104 Low breast density worsens prognosis in breast cancer
105 Diet high in fiber and vitamin A key to preventing allergies to peanuts and other triggers
106 Perot Museum's research on massive vertebrae sheds new light on Alamosaurus sanjuanensis
107 Endangered Boreal felt lichen set to decline 50 percent in 25 years despite conservation efforts
108 New research details how big game follow spring green-up
109 New evidence links exclusive breastfeeding, early play/stimulation to children's later success
110 Is 'when we eat' as important as 'what we eat'?