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1 Mixed signals from poisonous moths
2 T cells alone are sufficient to establish and maintain HIV infection in the brain
3 In MS, disintegrating brain lesions may indicate the disease is getting worse
4 New findings demonstrate how the food we eat affects biochemical signals in the gut
5 New study points to a potential 'Achilles heel' in brain cancer
6 High-sensitivity troponin test reduces risk of future heart attack
7 Easter Islanders used rope, ramps to put giant hats on famous statues
8 A great majority of Mozambican adolescent girls are willing to be vaccinated against HPV
9 A change in bacteria's genetic code holds promise of longer-lasting drugs
10 Heart attack blood test sensitive enough to be used in portable device
11 Chinese researchers achieve 3D underwater acoustic carpet cloak first with 'Black Panther'-like features
12 Male guppies grow larger brains in response to predator exposure--but not females
13 Chemical traces from star formation cast light on cosmic history
14 Storm's coming: New technique for simulation of extreme weather events
15 HIV study reveals new group of men at risk of infection
16 Dementia patients could remain at home longer thanks to groundbreaking technology
17 Two-step process underpins upkeep of key protein in cell division
18 Hard yet profitable
19 Blood formation: Researchers engineer human bone marrow tissue
20 Unlocking the genome
21 Designer materials with completely random structures might enable quantum computing
22 Resolving molecule information in dynamic lipid membrane with metasurfaces
23 A non-negligible role of supports in atomically dispersed catalysts direct involvement in catalysis
24 The health effect of air pollution from traffic
25 Cancer fighting effects of aspirin revealed in bowel tumor study
26 NOvA experiment sees strong evidence for antineutrino oscillation
27 The search for the origin of mast cells
28 Novel gene in red blood cells may help adult newts regenerate limbs
29 Beyond conventional solution-process for 2D heterostructure
30 New mechanisms discovered to separate air
31 Future robots need no motors
32 When and where did the drought occur severely in the Yellow River basin during the last 55 years?
33 New nanoparticles help to detect serious scarring of wounds
34 New algorithm determines ideal caffeine dosage and timing for alertness
35 Study links short and long sleep durations with excess heart age
36 Study links screen time to insomnia symptoms and depressive symptoms in adolescents
37 Childhood cancer survivors more likely to experience sleep problems as adults
38 Sleep paralysis and hallucinations are prevalent in student athletes
39 Poor sleep at night could mean decreased work productivity in the morning
40 NFL teams play better during night games thanks to circadian advantages
41 Acute coronary syndrome patients with short sleep have double odds of hospital readmission
42 Timing is everything to build kidneys from scratch
43 New approach to immunotherapy leads to complete response in breast cancer patient
44 Functional MRI reveals memory in sleeping toddlers
45 Checkpoint inhibitor shrinks advanced squamous cell skin cancer
46 New invention safely transports unknown, deep-dwelling fishes to the ocean's surface
47 First study of neoadjuvant use of PARP inhibitor shows promise for early-stage, BRCA+ breast cancer patients
48 Collective gravity, not Planet Nine, may explain the orbits of 'detached objects'
49 Capturing light in a waveguide array
50 Hats on for Easter Island statues
51 BU: Medicaid expansion increases volume and quality of care in rural areas
52 MIT researchers devise new way to make light interact with matter
53 'Miracle treatment' long-term success for babies with diabetes
54 Bright warning colors on poison dart frogs also act as camouflage
55 Inadequate sleep could cost countries billions
56 Self-sustaining loop of chemical reactions could revolutionize drug production
57 Guppies change their eye color to deter rivals
58 The role of cohesin in genome 3D structure helps for a better understanding of tumor cells
59 Global warming can be limited to 1.5íC by changing how we travel, heat homes, use devices
60 A major step towards individualized cancer therapy
61 Current marketing health claims for 'sexbots' misleading
62 ALMA and VLT find too many massive stars in starburst galaxies, near and far
63 A rare but extremely distressing phenomenon: Patients being conscious during CPR
64 Becoming the 'second victim': Most anesthesiologists have felt personally responsible for medical errors
65 Providing chocolate cookies earns a better result!
66 ASCO & NEJM: AI plus ovarian suppression yields benefit in high-risk younger breast cancer patients
67 Preschool home visiting program improves academic performance
68 Does increased supervision of resident physicians reduce medical errors?
69 Preschool program preps kids for academic success through elementary school
70 Digital, mobile advances will define future of cardiology
71 Doctors drive 3,000 miles to state conversation on male body image
72 Stanford study casts doubt on the predictive value of earthquake foreshocks
73 On the origins of agriculture, researchers uncover new clues
74 Preventable deaths from lack of high-quality medical care cost trillions
75 Thank the moon for Earth's lengthening day
76 Stressful jobs are associated with a higher risk of heart rhythm disorders
77 'Carbon bubble' coming that could wipe trillions from the global economy
78 Gene linked to intellectual ability affects memory replay in mice
79 Polarized cells give the heart its fully developed form
80 Pacific rats trace 2,000 years of human impact on island ecosystems
81 HIV vaccine elicits antibodies in animals that neutralize dozens of HIV strains
82 Brain structure may predict diet success
83 Human blood cells transformed into functional neurons by Stanford researchers
84 How binging creates alcohol tolerance in flies
85 Spironolactone may be an alternative to antibiotics in women's acne treatment
86 Ancient Greenland was much warmer than previously thought
87 Idera Pharmaceuticals presents clinical data from the ILLUMINATE-204 trial of the combination of tilsotolimod and ipilimumab for anti-PD-1 refractory metastatic melanoma at the 2018 American Society of Clinical Oncology (ASCO) Annual Meeting
88 Protein pair quickly makes memories of new places
89 Hepatitis C guideline recommends screening for all people born 1945-1975
90 Long thought silent because of ice, study shows east Antarctica seismically active
91 Improving patient transfer from ICU to ward: Resources, communication and culture
92 'Carbon bubble' coming that could wipe trillions from the global economy--study
93 Limited health literacy is a major barrier to heart disease prevention and treatment
94 Upgrading the toolbox for Duchenne muscular dystrophy research with a new rabbit model
95 Personalized cancer vaccine may increase long-term survival in patients with deadly brain cancer
96 NIST atomic clock comparison confirms key assumptions of 'Einstein's elevator'
97 Millions could have incorrect statin, aspirin and blood pressure prescriptions
98 Improved calculations suggest changes to statin, aspirin, and blood pressure medication [plus other topics]
99 Toxic toad invasion puts Madagascar's predators at risk, genetic evidence confirms
100 High schoolers who use heroin commonly use multiple other drugs
101 Asthma and flu: a double whammy
102 Bees Adjust to Seasons with Nutrients in Flowers and 'Dirty Water'
103 A splash of detergent makes catalytic compounds more powerful
104 Cell-like nanorobots clear bacteria and toxins from blood
105 Act Fast to Pay Attention
106 Ancient Greenland Was Much Warmer than Previously Thought
107 I Saw that. Brain Mechanisms Create Confidence About Things Seen