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1 Imaging collaboration sheds new light on cancer growth
2 Evidence mounts that an eye scan may detect early Alzheimer's disease
3 Australia's changing relationship with alcohol
4 Diabetes medication may protect against a common cause of blindness
5 Bigger = better: Big bees fly better in hotter temps than smaller ones do
6 As Canadian oil exports increase, research explores effects of crude oil on native salmon
7 Long-term side effects similarly low for weekly, conventional breast radiation, trial finds
8 Aggressive treatment for some stage IV lung cancer pts can dramatically improve OS
9 Radiation therapy cuts low risk of recurrence by nearly 3/4 for patients with 'good risk'
10 Most Americans underestimate minorities' environmental concerns--even minorities
11 Robotic arm may help to rehabilitate chronic stroke victims, finds new study
12 Opioid-affected births to rural residents increase in rural and urban hospitals
13 Scientists neutralize reactive nitrogen molecules to enhance cancer immunotherapy
14 Animal species becoming extinct in Haiti as deforestation nearly complete
15 Alterations to seabed raise fears for future
16 Novel quantum dots enhance cell imaging
17 New study: reduced screen time for young highly recommended for well-being
18 World Stroke Day--SVIN latest clinical trials and breaking science news
19 Truck driver pain and discomfort can be alleviated
20 Deconstructing the superfood that determines honeybee hierarchy
21 Interventions to delay and prevent type 2 diabetes are underused, researchers say
22 Exercise may lessen fall risk for older adults with Alzheimer's
23 Study sheds light on why a warmer world may equal a wetter Arctic
24 Hidden costs of disease to greater Yellowstone elk
25 New platform based on biology and nanotechnology carries mRNA directly to target cells
26 Beyond 1984: Narrow focus on wildfire trends underestimates future risks to water security
27 Crystals that clean natural gas
28 Scientists refine the search for dark matter
29 Plant-based 'road salt' good for highways but not for insects
30 Sea science: Navy task force promotes increased knowledge of ocean environment
31 Hormone-blocking injections reduce early menopause from breast cancer treatment
32 Illinois study provides whole-system view of plant cold stress
33 UC psychologists devise free test for measuring intelligence
34 SwRI improves structural health monitoring with magnetostrictive transducer
35 Eye-tracking glasses provide a new vision for the future of augmented reality
36 Thrill-seeking, search for meaning fuel political violence
37 New drug candidates reverse drug resistance in multiple myeloma in preclinical models
38 New techniques allow medicine to see the whole again
39 Veterans with PTSD improve mental health after therapeutic horseback riding intervention
40 Free movement can protect humans from environmental threats
41 Combination drug targeting opioid system may help relieve symptoms of major depression
42 A new method to quickly identify outliers in air quality monitoring data
43 Severity of crime increases jury's belief in guilt
44 Cephalopods could become an important food source in the global community
45 New guidelines on best practices for videoconferencing-based telemental health
46 Study: Coal power plant regulations neglect a crucial pollutant
47 NSU researcher part of team that conducted genome-wide study of tigers
48 Chimpanzees react faster to cooperate than make selfish choices
49 A solar cell that does double duty for renewable energy
50 Dartmouth's PhasorSec protects power grids from cyberattack
51 Why people have lateral preferences when kissing and hugging
52 Mycoplasma genitalium's cell adhesion mechanism revealed
53 AI and NMR spectroscopy determine atoms configuration in record time
54 UK bumblebee population trends
55 One in 10 people may opt-out of proposed organ donor system
56 Honeybees at risk from Zika pesticides
57 Virus production boosted in cells to generate more vectors for gene transfer
58 Cloud computing load balancing based on ant colony algorithms improves performance
59 Scientists developed new contactless method of measuring blood flow in hands
60 Modified LDL particles activate inflammatory pathways in monocyte-derived macrophages
61 'Milder' ammonia synthesis method should help environment
62 Scientists from the California Academy of Sciences describe 17 new species of sea slugs
63 Ben-Gurion University researchers achieve breakthrough in process to produce hydrogen fuel
64 Secrets of mighty cancer killing virus unlocked by Otago researchers
65 Synchronized telescope dance puts limits on mysterious flashes in the sky
66 The long-term effects of alcohol demand on retail alcohol markets
67 Relying on Dr. Google to diagnose eye problems may be dangerous to your health
68 Unapproved therapies cause significantly more patient injuries than reported
69 Zebrafish make waves in our understanding of a common craniofacial birth defect
70 Can attending a top high school reduce teens' marijuana abuse?
71 Casino lights and sounds encourage risky decision-making
72 Sweet discovery: New UBC study pushes back the origins of chocolate
73 Consequences-focused cognitive training may promote healthier habits
74 Smell and behavior: The scents of taking action
75 Researchers create scalable platform for on-chip quantum emitters
76 Study reveals how soil bacteria are primed to consume greenhouse gas
77 New evidence of durable immune response to 3 experimental Ebola vaccines helps drive new wave of vaccine development targeting a number of diseases with epidemic potential
78 Mass shootings trigger blood donations
79 Manganese may finally solve hydrogen fuel cells' catalyst problem
80 Drugs' side effects in lungs 'more widespread than thought'
81 IRL rich people don't live that much longer than the poor
82 Lifetime peer influences, and parenting, predict adult coercive relationships
83 Bitcoin can push global warming above 2 degrees C in a couple decades
84 User-friendly tools help older adults guide future medical care
85 Improving climate models to account for plant behavior yields 'goodish' news
86 Gunshot wounds in children account for $270 million in emergency room and inpatient charges annually
87 Genetic search reveals key to resistance in global cotton pest
88 Cancer's most deadly assassin exists in every cell
89 Biologists discover source for boosting tumor cell drug sensitivity
90 Breast milk, formula nurture similarities, differences in gut microbes
91 Mass shootings may trigger unnecessary blood donations
92 Finally, a robust fuel cell that runs on methane at practical temperatures
93 Gastric bypass surgery associated with greater weight loss in adults
94 Peer support can help curb acute care for persons with depression and diabetes
95 Donor hearts at increased disease risk offer better survival rates for transplant recipients
96 Earliest hominin migrations into the Arabian Peninsula required no novel adaptations
97 The islands of Tenerife and Gran Canaria could be closer together within millions of years
98 Naps help some preschoolers learn, but may hinder learning in children with down syndrome
99 Obese mice lose a third of their fat using a natural protein
100 Inside these fibers, droplets are on the move
101 Study reconciles persistent gap in natural gas methane emissions measurements
102 Synthetic microorganisms allow scientists to study ancient evolutionary mysteries
103 Astrocytes regulate signal speeds of neurons
104 Our microbes are starving, and that's a good thing
105 Home monitoring confirms clinic diagnosis of high blood pressure
106 Experimental vaccine may reduce post-stroke blood clot risk
107 Sniffer dogs could detect malaria in people
108 Anti-cancer virus fits tumor receptor like a 'key in a lock'
109 Interior Northwest Indians used tobacco long before European contact
110 Lights, sounds paired with winning encourages risk-taking
111 ACP updates policy recommendations for reducing gun-related injuries and death [plus other topics]
112 Oral curcumin shows no benefit in reducing inflammation following vascular surgery
113 FEFU astrophysicists studied asteroid 3200 Phaeton
114 RNA-protein network may explain why melanoma grows more
115 New study reports dogs successfully diagnosed malaria by sniffing socks worn by African children