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1 Reference: Nobel Prize in Medicine: 1901-Present
2 Jaguar v. Caiman Death Battle Photographed in Brazil
3 Marine Invaders: Japanese Tsunami Brought 300 Species to US Shores
4 Concussions May Hit Girls Harder than Boys
5 Cloudy with a Chance of Seafood? Fish Fall from Sky in Mexico
6 Most Important Meal? Heart Risks Linked to Skipping Breakfast
7 Why Don't Hippos Get Cholera?
8 Nobel Prize Awarded for Sensational Gravitational Waves Discovery
9 Tom Petty's Death: What Is Cardiac Arrest?
10 Do Animals Have Menopause?
11 Doctors Remove More than 100 Pieces of Metal from a Man's Stomach
12 Should People Who Can't Quit Smoking Switch to E-Cigarettes?
13 Why Cholera Isn't Likely in Puerto Rico, but Other Diseases Are
14 Scientists Race to Save Puerto Rico's 'Monkey Island'
15 Einstein Would Be 'Flabbergasted' by Gravitational Wave Nobel
16 Reference: Psychokinesis: Facts About Mind Over Matter
17 Reference: Facts About Titanium
18 Diet of Lamb and Cheerios Leads to Boy's Vision Loss
19 Life on Earth May Have Started with a Cosmic Splash
20 Nobel Prize in Chemistry Awarded for 3D Images of Life's Molecules
21 Experts Call for Mass Killers' Names to Be Kept Quiet
22 'Don't Let Your Guard Down': Atlantic Hurricane Season Isn't Over Yet
23 Are 'Flatliners' Really Conscious After Death?
24 Colonial Privy? Paul Revere's Outhouse Excavated in Boston
25 Reference: Nobel Prize in Physics: 1901-Present
26 Reference: Nobel Prize in Chemistry: 1901-Present
27 Crying for Power? Your Tears Could Generate Electricity
28 Antarctic Iceberg's Split Reveals Ecosystem Hidden for Thousands of Years
29 These Microbes May Hitch a Ride with Humans to Mars: Why that Matters
30 Tiny Acrobat: Louse Photographed Flipping and Twirling
31 Reference: Palace of Versailles: Facts & History
32 How Hockey Fans' Hearts React to Stressful Moments in the Game
33 Mysterious Stone Tools Unearthed at Bronze-Age Site in Wales
34 Bronze Arm Found at Antikythera Shipwreck
35 Different Meditation Practices Reshape Brain in Different Ways
36 World's Most Precise Clock Powered by Supercold Strontium Atoms
37 You May Be More 'Neanderthal' than You Thought
38 Man v. Snake: 26-Foot-Long Python Loses Epic Battle
39 The Next Giant Leap: US Will Return to the Moon, Pence Says
40 This Week's Strangest Science News
41 Ax Linked to Otzi the Iceman Found North of the Alps
42 Massive Calved Iceberg Comes into View as Antarctic Sun Rises
43 Drinking More Water Really Does Ward Off UTIs
44 Cash-Back Sale for Essentials for Watching October's Meteor Showers [Deals]
45 Actress Gabrielle Union's IVF Struggles: What Causes Miscarriage?
46 Huge Underground Cache of Helium in Africa Could Avert Global Shortage
47 Can Football Ever Be Safe?
48 Plague Spreads in Madagascar: What's Causing this Deadly Outbreak?
49 Hepatitis A Spreads Through San Diego: Why It's So Hard to Stop
50 Escape from NY (Comic Con) with Amazon's Puzzle Challenge
51 How Bad the Opioid Epidemic Really Is in 6 Simple Charts
52 Bird Photobombs the Space Station and Sun in Awesome Photo
53 The Most Interesting Science News Articles of the Week
54 Reference: Facts About Beryllium
55 US Spy Satellite Launch Delayed Again
56 End of the World as We Know It: What's the Draw of Dystopian Sci-Fi?
57 New Drug to Protect Infants from Whooping Cough Shows Promise
58 Here's How to Talk to Your Kids About Opioids
59 Why Sexual Assault Victims Wait to Speak Out
60 Bacteria Can Be Programmed to Assemble Structures from Gold Particles
61 40 Percent of Cancer Cases in US Linked to Weight
62 No Sweat: Small Doses of Exercise May Ward Off Depression
63 Real-Life Superpower: 'See' Around Corners with Smartphone Tech
64 Decades Later, 'Tree Lobster' Stick Insects Escape Extinction
65 Diet Tweaks Could Ease Runner's Diarrhea
66 New Cave-Dwelling Eyeless Creature Baited with Stinky Cheese
67 JFK Assassination Files Due for Release: Why Conspiracy Theorists Are Excited
68 Listen, Don't Look: Why Your Ears Can Tell More than Your Eyes
69 Reference: Nobel Prize in Economics: 1969-Present
70 Humanity's Sci-Fi Future: Are We Really Ready for Intelligent Robots?
71 Quantum Communication Demonstrated in Real-Life City Conditions
72 Reference: Facts About Neptunium
73 One Direction Concert Goer Screamed So Hard She Ended Up with Collapsed Lungs
74 'King Tides' Flood Florida Streets (Here's Why)
75 'Beam of Invisibility' Could Hide Objects Using Light
76 Beyond Birth Control: 5 Conditions 'The Pill' Can Help Treat
77 Daylight Saving Time 2017: A Guide to the When, Why, What and How
78 Swiss Alpine Pass Yields 4,000-Year-Old Bow, Arrows and Lunch Box
79 People Magazine 'Most Beautiful' List Embodies Changing Beauty Standards
80 Documentary Shows Jane Goodall in New Light with Unseen Footage
81 New Therapy Halts Rare Brain Disease Depicted in 'Lorenzo's Oil'
82 Why Puerto Rico still has no electrical power and how to fix it
83 Latest gravitational wave isn't from neutron stars after all
84 Medicine Nobel for scientists who unpicked our body clocks
85 Google quantum computer test shows breakthrough is within reach
86 Methane burps on young Mars helped it keep its liquid water
87 The mysterious bright spots on Ceres may have a common origin
88 Dolphins that work with humans to catch fish have unique accent
89 Gravitational wave discoverers win physics Nobel prize
90 How a wave of your coffee cup or spoon could switch TV channels
91 We're nearly ready to use CRISPR to target far more diseases
92 Chemistry Nobel for ice microscopes that show molecules of life
93 WHO launches bold plan to slash cholera deaths by 90 percent
94 Life may have begun millions of years earlier than we thought
95 We've finally seen how the sleeping brain stores memories
96 Our braininess may have evolved thanks to less sticky neurons
97 Early farmers may have polluted the sea 4000 years ago
98 New York City mice may be evolving to eat fast food like pizza
99 Grass-fed beef is bad for the planet and causes climate change
100 Artificial organs used in operations without approval for humans
101 The sun's energy could speed up dark matter so we can detect it
102 This snake knows how toxic it is and fights only when armed
103 We just found nineteen new species of gecko in one tiny area
104 Neonicotinoid pesticides found in honey from every continent
105 The most precise atomic clock ever made is a cube of quantum gas
106 Side effects are worse when we think medication looks expensive
107 Protein injection could prevent hair loss during chemotherapy
108 Your 'risk intelligence' decides how much of a daredevil you are
109 Different meditation types train distinct parts of your brain
110 Little-known drug keeps climbers' minds sharp at high altitude