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1 More than 8 million people in the US have mental health problems
2 Many tiny galaxies could host mammoth black holes
3 Gluten allergy in coeliac disease may be provoked by virus
4 Thousands of fake companies added to Google Maps every month
5 Squid and octopus can edit and direct their own brain genes
6 California's wet year eases drought but many still lack water
7 Psychedelic drug ayahuasca improves hard-to-treat depression
8 Satellite swarms could increase space junk risk by 50 percent
9 Odds that Tasmanian tigers are still alive are 1 in 1.6 trillion
10 Unprotected sex may disrupt the microbiome in vagina
11 Fleet of CubeSats launches to study the neglected 'ignorosphere'
12 Zika mosquito is spreading worldwide but WHO wants to stop it
13 Fast CRISPR test easily detects Zika and antibiotic resistance
14 First living example of giant ancient mollusc found in the wild
15 Male robins can guess and satisfy their partner's food cravings
16 The five best exoplanets in the galaxy to check for alien life
17 Blood from human babies makes brains of elderly mice young again
18 Drunken crayfish show that loneliness raises alcohol tolerance
19 Psychedelic drugs push the brain to a state never seen before
20 The bright lights of big cities help blackbirds thrive
21 Creative people physically see and process the world differently
22 Facebook banks on virtual reality as the future of socialising
23 Environment chief says US should exit Paris climate agreement
24 Machine learning shows exactly when to zap brain to boost memory
25 Is Serena Williams's pregnancy making her a better athlete?
26 The incredible naked mole rat can survive with hardly any oxygen
27 Want to encourage cooperation? Try exchanging names.
28 What makes a knot strong? Scientists have figured out how your shoelaces untie themselves.
29 Beyond the Blue Marble: NASA Earth science informs study of other worlds too
30 Enceladus ocean jets spew hydrogen: Hint of life?
31 First-responder ants suggest helping may be widespread in nature
32 Why NASA is expanding its 'Veggie' space program
33 New report finds cleaner air for many, but not all
34 Recognizing foreign accents helps brains process accented speech
35 Is soda bad for your brain? (and is diet soda worse?)
36 Study overturns seminal research about the developing nervous system
37 Gut bacteria give newborns infection protection, not just digestion, mouse study shows
38 Effects of alcoholism on the brain's reward system may be different in women than in men
39 Post-biotics may help shield obese from diabetes
40 Macrophages shown to be essential to a healthy heart rhythm
41 Brains of one-handed people suggest new organization theory
42 Researchers show brain stimulation restores memory during lapses
43 Study in mice identifies neurons that sense touch and motion
44 Preliminary study suggests possible new treatment for MS
45 Ancient enzyme protects lungs from common irritant produced by bugs and mold
46 Want to stay mentally healthy in older age? Stimulate your brain in early life
47 Scientists discover two repurposed drugs that arrest neurodegeneration in mice
48 Medical history reveals multiple sclerosis begins to impact patients sooner
49 Using RNA sequencing to diagnose patients with rare muscle conditions
50 Pretreatment HIV, immune activation levels determine their persistence during treatment
51 'Eating with the eyes' is hard-wired in the brain
52 Natural experiment, dogged investigation, yield clue to devastating neurological disease
53 White wine may do no favors for a woman's skin
54 Risk of psychosis from cannabis use lower than originally thought, say scientists
55 Researchers provide evidence linking 'leaky gut' to chronic inflammation
56 'Genetic scalpel' can manipulate the microbiome, study shows
57 Can virtual reality help us prevent falls in the elderly and others?
58 Milk study improves understanding of age-related diseases
59 Mindfulness class helped women, but not men, overcome 'negative affect'
60 Immune discovery points to therapies to improve stroke recovery
61 A promising target for kidney fibrosis
62 In young bilingual children two languages develop simultaneously but independently
63 Why children struggle to cross busy streets safely
64 Using RNA sequencing to diagnose patients with rare muscle conditions
65 Study suggests menstrual-cycle syncing by women does not really happen
66 Test trial suggests hallucinogenic concoction ayahuasca provides relief from depression
67 AI systems found to be better than doctors at gauging heart attack risk
68 Empowerment of women worldwide key to achieving competing goals of food sufficiency and biodiversity protection
69 Students may forget relevant information in order to protect their own psyches
70 Newly discovered Egyptian carnivore named after Anubis, ancient Egyptian god of underworld
71 Ancient reptile tracks in the Pyrenees may include evidence of a new type of footprint
72 Evolution of cooperation through longer memory
73 Researchers suggest sea scorpions used serrated tail spine to dispatch their prey
74 Understanding decisions: The power of combining psychology and economics
75 Mummies discovered in ancient tomb near Egypt's Luxor (Update)
76 Face of woman from Tham Lod during Late Pleistocene reconstructed
77 What wine did Jesus drink at the Last Supper?
78 Best of Last Week-First 'image' of dark matter web, why shoes come untied and a link between brain structure and anxiety
79 Researchers examine the effectiveness of a psychological strategy on online learners
80 Berlin startup offers a year with no money worries
81 Using venomous proteins to make insect milkshakes
82 Environmental 'memories' passed on for 14 generations
83 Naked mole-rats turn into plants when oxygen is low
84 Bergamotene--alluring and lethal for Manduca sexta
85 In roundworms, fats tip the scales of fertility
86 New tools visualize where bacterial species live in the gut, control their activity
87 Genetic evidence suggests that early mammals had good night-time vision, suggests they were nocturnal
88 Bees face heavy pesticide peril from drawn-out sources
89 Fungi have enormous potential for new antibiotics
90 Scientists uncover mechanism allowing bacteria to survive the human immune system
91 High-speed images capture archer fish's rocket-like launch
92 Study--for the first time--links specific genes with parenting behavior across species
93 Researchers identify gene for adapting to changing seasons
94 New insights into DNA repair
95 'Happy wife, happy life' meaningful for birds, too
96 Scientists discover gene that influences grain yield
97 Researchers create red-eyed mutant wasps
98 The tale teeth tell about the legendary man-eating lions of Tsavo
99 Key leopard population 'crashing,' study warns
100 Fertility can hinge on swimming conditions in the uterus
101 Research unlocks molecular key to animal evolution and disease
102 Captive meerkats at risk of stress
103 Canary in the kelp forest: Sea creature dissolves in today's warming, acidic waters
104 Bacteriophages, natural drugs to combat superbugs
105 Scientists identify neural basis for parasitic cowbird's secret password
106 Black phosphorus holds promise for the future of electronics
107 Broad advance from chemists dramatically simplifies olefin synthesis
108 Team develops new method to create the next fuel-efficient renewable energy
109 Uncovering a novel mechanism in cell division
110 Killing flu viruses with help from a frog