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1 These Two Angry, Yelling Lynx Are Probably Fighting About Sex
2 Does Humanity Need a Backup Earth?
3 Summer Grilling Could Expose Your Skin to Cancer-Causing Chemicals
4 Sunscreen Pills Are Fake, FDA Warns
5 This Mysterious, Deep-Sea Jellyfish Looks like the Ghost of an Alien
6 Mysterious Ailment Strikes US Employee in China, Drawing Comparisons to Cuba 'Sonic Attacks'
7 Can You Make Up for Lost Sleep on the Weekend?
8 Scientists to Hunt for Loch Ness Monster DNA
9 How Bats Could Help Scientists Stop Ebola Outbreaks Before They Start
10 How Did a 'Lava Bomb' Split a Man's Leg Open?
11 How Long Does It Take a Parked Car to Reach Deadly Hot Temperatures?
12 HIV Can Lie Dormant in the Brain. Here's What that Means.
13 Here's What We Know About Russia's Hypersonic Waverider Weapon
14 Why Eerie Blue Flames Just Erupted from Hawaiian Volcano
15 Clothes Treated with 'Hot Feet' Coating Could Keep Ticks Away
16 This NASA Camera Melted During a SpaceX Rocket Launch, but the Photos Survived!
17 Will AI Ever Become Conscious?
18 Can You Teach Evolution Without Saying the Word? Arizona Is About to Find Out.
19 How the Keto Diet Helps Prevent Seizures: Gut Bacteria May Be Key
20 Active Hurricane Season Ahead, NOAA Says
21 Hurricane Season 2018: How Long It Lasts and What to Expect
22 Why Is NOAA's Brand-New, Billion-Dollar Weather Satellite Going Blind?
23 World's Largest Pterosaur Jawbone Discovered in Transylvania
24 Could Eating More Seafood Help Couples Conceive?
25 This Week's Strangest Science News
26 Massive Ice Highways Found Hiding Under Antarctica
27 Extinct Doggos' Bone-Crushing Diet Preserved in Fossil Poop
28 Where Did the Deadly Nipah Virus Come from--And What Other Outbreaks Should We Expect?
29 Seattle Mussels Test Positive for Opioids
30 Scientists Say Elon Musk's 'Nano' Claims Don't Make Any Sense
31 Intriguing Gold Coin and Other Treasures Uncovered in Egypt
32 Reference: What Is Blood Sugar?
33 The Most Interesting Science News Articles of the Week
34 Here's What NASA's 'Toasty' Camera Saw as It Melted After a SpaceX Launch
35 World's Oldest Dandruff Left Behind by Very Embarrassed Dinosaurs
36 What's the Absolutely Amazing Theory of Almost Everything?
37 Do Animals Ever Get Sunburned?
38 Your Summer 'Base Tan' Is Wrecking Your Skin
39 Intelligent Aliens Might Speak Our Language. And You Can Help Decode Their Messages.
40 Bad Vibes? Heavy Marijuana Users Hold on to Negative Feelings
41 The Ethics Behind Using Genealogy Websites to Find Crime Suspects
42 Lab-Grown Human-Chicken Hybrid Embryos Are No 'Frankenfowl'
43 Populating a Mars Base Will Be Dangerously Unsexy
44 What Ever Happened to the 'Mission Impossible' Rare-Book Thieves? We Investigated.
45 Japanese Whalers Killed 122 Pregnant Whales and 114 Babies Last Summer
46 Will 'Manhattanhenge' Always Light Up NYC Streets?
47 Aboriginal People Held a Kangaroo Feast Around a Campfire 20,000 Years Ago
48 The Science Behind Hawaii's Surprising 2018 Volcanic Eruption
49 Pompeii Man Had a Really, Really Bad Day 2,000 Years Ago
50 Lost City of Irisagrig Comes to Life in Ancient Stolen Tablets
51 Is Too Much Protein Bad for Men's Heart Health?
52 Otzi the Iceman Was a Heart Attack Waiting to Happen
53 Why Were 170,000 Birth Control Pill Packs Just Recalled?
54 You May Have a 'Second Brain' in Your Butt...And It's Smarter than You Think
55 Tesla on Autopilot Crashes into Parked Police Car
56 This 240-Million-Year-Old Reptile Is the 'Mother of All Lizards'
57 Scientists Have Figured Out How to 3D-Print Part of the Human Eye
58 Can Taking Ambien Really Lead to Tweets like Roseanne's?
59 The Oldest-Known Tree in Europe Is Having a Growth Spurt
60 Reference: Accelerometer vs. Gyroscope: What's the Difference?
61 Here's How Much Exercise You Need to Give Your Brain a Boost
62 Why You Should Spend Time Doing Nothing, According to Science
63 One-Third of New Heroin Users Become Dependent on It
64 No, this Tiny Beast Is Not Half-Mammal, Half-Reptile (But It's Still Super Cool)
65 Key molecule for flu infection identified
66 Prediction method for epileptic seizures developed
67 Now, you can hold a copy of your brain in the palm of your hand
68 TGen, Northwestern University study of 'SuperAgers' offers genetic clues to performance
69 Growth hormone may provide new hope for stroke survivors
70 Genes found related to the reduction of proteins that contribute to Alzheimer's onset
71 Bees adjust to seasons with nutrients in flowers and 'dirty water'
72 Cognitive training reduces depression, rebuilds injured brain structure & connectivity after traumatic brain injury
73 Soy lecithin NSAID combo drug protects against cancer with fewer side effects, UTHealth reports
74 XENON1T Experimental data establishes most stringent limit on dark matter
75 What happens to plasmalogens, the phospholipids nobody likes to think about
76 Smoking, lack of exercise linked to early death after divorce
77 Young women at high genetic risk of breast cancer--plastic surgeons play key role in treatment
78 Self-tuning brain implant could help treat patients with Parkinson's disease
79 Smell receptor fuels prostate cancer progression
80 Wars and clan structure may explain a strange biological event 7,000 years ago
81 High-risk, undertreated mystery heart attacks occurring more commonly in women
82 Proxies less likely to use interventions when patients are close to death
83 New research finds lung cancer risk drops substantially within five years of quitting
84 Custom 3D-printed models help plastic surgeons plan and perform rhinoplasty
85 Study shows ceramics can deform like metals if sintered under an electric field
86 Novel RNA-modifying tool corrects genetic diseases
87 Mathematical model explains why metastasis can occur even when cancer is caught early
88 Researchers listen for failure in granular materials
89 Four skills key in establishing nurse-led cross-sector collaborations
90 Data from online physician review sites may be skewed and misleading to consumers, new study finds
91 Scientists improve ability to measure electrical properties of plasma
92 Chemical compound produces beneficial inflammation, remyelination that could help treat MS
93 Woulda, coulda, shoulda: The haunting regret of failing our ideal selves
94 Numbers about inequality don't speak for themselves
95 MSU neuroscientist publishes research that opens door for brain disorder therapies
96 Want to make your factory wireless? NIST can guide you!
97 Engineers design color-changing compression bandage
98 In child-crippling mucolipidosis IV, drug shows hope in lab cultures
99 Walk this way: Novel method enables infinite walking in VR
100 Having an emotional group feeling boosts multiday sports events, study says
101 Making sense of the situation in Cape Town
102 Wake Forest researchers create advanced brain organoid to model strokes, screen drugs
103 New model explains what we see when a massive black hole devours a star
104 WIC participation better among vulnerable, US citizen children whose mothers are eligible for DACA
105 The case of the relativistic particles solved with NASA missions
106 UK Primary Immunodeficiency Registry will help doctors diagnose patients & offer best care
107 Surgical outcomes equivalent whether physician anesthesiologist assisted by nurse anesthetist or AA
108 Flow in the asthenosphere drags tectonic plates along
109 Novel power meter opens the door for in-situ, real-time monitoring of high-power lasers
110 'Smart' material enables novel applications in autonomous driving and robotics