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1 Defect in non-coding DNA might trigger brain disorders such as severe language impairment
2 Leap onto land saves fish from being eaten
3 Power of shared pain triggers extreme self-sacrifice
4 Common tests for preterm birth not useful for routine screening of first-time pregnancies
5 Low accuracy found for tests used to predict risk of spontaneous preterm birth for women who have not given birth before
6 Compared to home-based program, in-patient rehab following knee replacement does not improve mobility
7 Buzzing the brain with electricity can boost working memory
8 Underuse of anti-clotting therapies common among patients with atrial fibrillation who have a stroke
9 Bonding chips using inkjet printers
10 Benchmark database of lifespan-extending drugs announced
11 Louisiana wetlands struggling with sea-level rise 4 times the global average
12 Most atrial fibrillation patients don't get preventive drug before stroke
13 Four-year study finds group meditation reduces drug-related deaths in general population
14 Conducting the milgram experiment in Poland, psychologists show people still obey
15 Researchers develop technique to track yellow fever virus replication
16 Two common tests aren't effective in predicting premature births, says new national study
17 Experts find strong case for over-the-counter oral contraceptives for adults and teens
18 Researchers make old gut stem cells grow like young ones in a dish
19 Study casts doubt on whether internet filters in the home protect teenagers online
20 Two common tests aren't effective in predicting premature births, says new national study
21 Experts find strong case for over-the-counter oral contraceptives for adults and teens
22 Researchers make old gut stem cells grow like young ones in a dish
23 Study casts doubt on whether internet filters in the home protect teenagers online
24 'Going deep' to measure Earth's rotational effects
25 Study identifies molecular clues for age-related intestinal issues
26 Greenhouse gases: First it was cows--now it's larvae!
27 Increased risk of postop infection when surgery closely follows epidural steroid injection
28 Streamlining the measurement of phonon dispersion
29 Development launches Special Issue on Organoids
30 NIH scientists deploy CRISPR to preserve photoreceptors in mice
31 Encouragement to consult GPs for memory concerns did not ensure earlier dementia diagnosis
32 World's oldest plant-like fossils discovered
33 Noninvasive imaging helps predict heart attacks
34 Thirsty mangroves cause unprecedented dieback
35 Discovery of surf breaks creates economic growth
36 How to fit in when you stand out: Don't try so hard
37 How cobras developed flesh-eating venom
38 UTA researcher uses mathematical modeling to predict student success, dropout rates
39 White House funds songbird study to unlock mystery of vocal learning
40 Where the few jaguars still alive are hiding
41 Child marriage remains widespread in many countries of sub-Saharan Africa
42 Study indicates promising new approach to prevent and treat cholesterol gallstones
43 The controversial origin of a symbol of the American west
44 A perfect storm of fire and ice may have led to snowball Earth
45 Profiting from the fight against corruption
46 Researchers develop new method to program nanoparticle organization in polymer thin films
47 After Deepwater Horizon spill: Which animals weathered the disaster
48 Supplemental fat not necessary when canola meal is fed to weanling pigs
49 A scientist and a supercomputer re-create a tornado
50 Mystery of memory cells answered through mouse study
51 Rapid decline of Arctic sea ice a combination of climate change and natural variability
52 New method enables creation of better therapeutic antibodies
53 Researchers offer overview of composite metal foams and potential applications
54 Children experience long wait times for developmental and behavioral specialists
55 Looking for 'fingerprints' at the intersection of weather and climate
56 Scientists harness solar power to produce clean hydrogen from biomass
57 Star discovered in closest known orbit around black hole
58 How to get kids to use salad bars in public schools
59 Genetic analysis better explains how uterine cancers resist treatment
60 Novel technique helps diagnose swimming-induced respiratory condition
61 Some genetic variations difficult to evaluate using current stem cell modeling techniques
62 New research urges a rethink on global energy subsidies
63 New study shows red tides can be predicted
64 Diving with the sharks
65 Phage therapy shown to kill drug-resistant superbug
66 The looming threat of Asian tobacco companies to global health
67 A multidrug efflux pump in motion
68 E-cigarettes a gateway to smoking? Not likely, according to new published research
69 Early Earth had a hazy, methane-filled atmosphere
70 Looming crisis of the much decreased fresh-water supply to Egypt's Nile delta
71 More transparency at FDA needed, researchers say
72 Expensive taxi rides for business travelers
73 With flying colors: Top entomology students honored with wasp species named after them
74 Democrats and Republicans draw different conclusions when seasons are too hot or too cold
75 Legitimacy of reusing images from scientific papers addressed
76 Keeping pitchers in the game: Potential in osteopathic medicine to prevent shoulder injury
77 To screen or not to screen for lung cancer?
78 Taking B vitamins may reduce epigenetic effects of air pollution
79 Solid metal has 'structural memory' of its liquid state
80 Cellular 'garbage disposal' has another job
81 Simultaneous detection of multiple spin states in a single quantum dot
82 Increased water availability from climate change may release more nutrients into soil in Antarctica
83 A healthy diet improves sperm quality and fecundability of couples
84 Common cuckoos can distinguish the calls of their neighbors from a stranger's
85 Sensitive genotypes yield disadvantage in poor families, but advantage in wealthier ones
86 Enlarged prostate later in life could stem from fetal development early on
87 Accountable Care Organizations reduced medical costs without increasing drug costs
88 Vaccines do work for pandemic flu, says study
89 CRUST adds new layer of defense against earthquakes and tsunamis
90 One synthetic molecule, two doorways into cell
91 Yes, she's smiling: Mona Lisa's facial expression
92 Highly pathogenic A(H7N9) virus mutation does not change risk to humans
93 Awesome still massively popular but say goodbye to tar-rah matey
94 There's a close association between magnetic systems and certain states of brain activity
95 'Preventable' asthma attacks in Houston cost millions
96 How to brew high-value fatty acids with brewer's yeast
97 New research on northern lights will improve satellite navigation accuracy
98 Door and window locks are less carbon-costly and more effective than burglar alarms
99 Never before seen images of early stage Alzheimer's disease
100 Media multitasking linked to distractibility among youth
101 Tick tock: Time to sleep? Sleeping parasite has own internal clock
102 A virus lethal to amphibians is spreading across Portugal
103 Tackling depression by changing the way you think
104 Making resistant superbugs sensitive to antibiotics
105 A new study provides a solid evidence for global warming
106 New application of THz technique on water evaluation in crude oil
107 Terahertz wave--evaluate emergency measures during red alert period
108 Star in closest orbit ever seen around black hole
109 Protein proves influential to healthy immune system
110 Atomic map gives malaria drug new lease on life
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