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1 Fukushima radioactive particle release was significant says new research
2 A system of check and balances in the blood
3 Genes of different importance for brain cancer
4 Matter-antimatter asymmetry may interfere with the detection of neutrinos
5 Cell damage caused by the pesticide DDT is palliated
6 Giant clams tell the story of past typhoons
7 Cyclist/motorist crashes worse at stop/give way junctions
8 Using the K computer, scientists predict exotic 'di-Omega' particle
9 Don't force women to risk death, injury by having a baby
10 Cancer cells co-opt pain-sensing 'wasabi receptor' to survive oxidative stress
11 Short bursts of intense exercise are a HIIT, even with less active people
12 Using Facebook to help young adults quit smoking
13 South Asian-Americans at higher risk for heart disease and stroke
14 Study of Android users: Mobile security messages 20 percent more effective if warnings vary in appearance
15 Silicon breakthrough could make key microwave technology much cheaper and better
16 Better together: How ecosystem services and adaptive decision-making can improve land management
17 New study highlights opportunity to restore abundance to Hawaiian reef fisheries
18 Bid to beat obesity focuses on fat that keeps us warm
19 Lack of paid sick leave increases poverty
20 Study suggests obese children who consume recommended amount of milk at reduced risk of metabolic syndrome
21 Milk and dairy do not promote childhood obesity according to comprehensive new review
22 Unsubstantiated health claims widespread within weight loss industry
23 Health labels may deter people from buying sugary drinks
24 Study suggests that a novel wearable nasal device to reduce smelling ability can induce weight loss and changes to dietary preferences
25 What your choice of clothing says about your weight
26 The changing shape of DNA
27 Less muscle wasting in obese people in intensive care may mean they have a better chance of survival
28 Nationwide USA data shows that overweight and obese patients are less likely to die from sepsis in hospital than patients with normal weight
29 Vast majority of poor, urban women don't use prenatal vitamins before pregnancy, study shows
30 Obese and overweight patients hospitalized with pneumonia are 20 percent to 30 percent less likely to die than normal-weight patients
31 The obesity paradox: Large study finds people hospitalized for infections are twice as likely to survive if they are overweight or obese
32 Tumor cells evade death through in extremis DNA repair
33 Mongooses inherit behavior from role models rather than parents
34 Will treating sleep apnea with CPAP improve sexual quality of life?
35 Is lower-fat diet associated with breast cancer overall survival?
36 New theory finds 'traffic jams' in jet stream cause abnormal weather patterns
37 Imminent extinction of northern white rhinoceros motivates new genetic recovery efforts
38 Tau mutations may increase cancer risk
39 Selective neural connections can be reestablished in retina after injury, study finds
40 Kaiser Permanente researchers develop new models for predicting suicide risk
41 Storks on the wing
42 Could a particle accelerator using laser-driven implosion become a reality?
43 Researchers devise more effective location awareness for the Internet-of-(many)-Things
44 Gut bacteria play key role in anti-seizure effects of ketogenic diet, say UCLA scientists
45 A cascade of immune processes offers insights to triple-negative breast cancer
46 Each hour of delay in detecting abnormal lactates in patients with sepsis increases the odds of in-hospital death
47 Why we won't get to Mars without teamwork
48 Risk of preterm birth reliably predicted by new test
49 Hot cars can hit deadly temperatures in as little as one hour
50 South Asian Americans are at high risk for heart disease and stroke
51 Ingestible 'bacteria on a chip' could help diagnose disease
52 Early lactate measurements appear to improve results for septic patients
53 Delivering standardized care may reduce racial disparities in diabetes complications
54 NCI study finds gut microbiome can control antitumor immune function in liver
55 Bursts of brain activity linked to memory reactivation
56 Genome study presents new way to track historical demographics of US populations
57 Molecular network boosts drug resistance and virulence in hospital-acquired bacterium
58 Tick bite protection: New CDC study adds to the promise of permethrin-treated clothing
59 Some veterans at higher risk of Zika complications
60 Imminent extinction of northern white rhinoceros motivates genetic recovery efforts
61 What the asteroid that wiped out dinosaurs meant for birds
62 Reconstructing Zika's spread
63 For banded mongooses, 'cultural inheritance' decides what's for dinner
64 When the dinosaurs died, so did forests--and tree-dwelling birds
65 New computational tool could help optimize treatment of Alzheimer's disease
66 Top nitrogen researchers imagine world beyond fossil fuels
67 OSU biologist advocates ecological approach to improving human health
68 Phosphorus nutrition can hasten plant and microbe growth in arid, high elevation sites
69 Study reveals gaps in follow-up care after concussion
70 Scientific 'dream team' shed light on motor neuron death
71 89 percent of the Moscow University Herbarium have been digitized in the last three years
72 MSU-based molecular biologists compared human and yeast FACT
73 Infantilism as a norm
74 How scientists analyze cell membranes
75 Lung-on-a-chip simulates pulmonary fibrosis
76 NIH summit delivers recommendations to speed therapy development for Alzheimer's disease
77 Organic light-emitting diodes become brighter and more durable: layers made as ultrastable glasses improve device performance
78 A new guide for explorers of the submicroscopic world inside us
79 Scientists discover new magnetic element
80 Group of Brazilian researchers achieves almost instant magnetization of matter by light
81 mHealth as effective as clinic-based intervention for people with serious mental illness
82 If solubility is the problem--Mechanochemistry is the solution
83 UEA research could help fine-tune cancer treatment
84 OLEDs become brighter and more durable
85 Currents propel the spreading of invasive jellyfish
86 New link found between alcohol, genes and heart failure
87 'Deforestation-free' palm oil not as simple as it sounds
88 Mars rocks may harbor signs of life from 4 billion years ago
89 Goal conflict linked to psychological distress
90 A genetic algorithm predicts the vertical growth of cities
91 USTC reveals the mechanism how moderate sunlight exposure improves learning and memory
92 Shine bright like a nanoaggregate
93 Faster genome evolution methods to transform yeast for industrial biotechnology
94 Implications of targeted observation for ENSO prediction
95 Why bioelectrodes for energy conversion are not stable
96 Failures in power grids: Dynamically induced cascades
97 A study shows that electoral outcomes affect the way we treat other people
98 Which role does the brain play in prosocial behavior?
99 Potent new mechanism of action for treatment of inflammatory bowel disease revealed
100 New chromosome study can lead to personalized counseling of pregnant women
101 Biosensor technologies to offer more effective approaches to disease treatment
102 UMD food scientist guides students towards revelatory findings in women's health
103 Indigenous communities moving away from government utilities
104 Aggression neurons identified
105 Bumblebees confused by iridescent colors
106 An elastic fiber filled with electrodes set to revolutionize smart clothes
107 Regulatory mutations missed in standard genetic screening lead to congenital diseases
108 Study finds that chewing gum while walking affects both physical and physiological functions, especially in middle-aged and elderly men
109 Study finds that weight loss after obesity surgery can rapidly restore testosterone production and sex drive in morbidly obese men
110 Google search data shows weight loss searches have increased over time while those on obesity have decreased