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1 Belly-Flopping Icebergs Could Help Track Glaciers
2 The Need for Astronomy: Teaching Science in Tanzania (Op-Ed)
3 Are We Heading for a Worrying Super El Nino?
4 Scientists Hold Hope For New Measles Drug
5 Finding the Strength to Reach the Ocean's Furthest Depths
6 Many Parents Don't Place Their Babies to Sleep on Their Backs
7 'Part-Time Scientists' Look to Fast-Track Space Exploration (Op-Ed)
8 Six Bizarre Feeding Tactics from the Depths of Our Oceans
9 Most Interesting Science News Articles of the Week
10 Spinning Slayers: Giant Crocs Used 'Death Rolls' to Kill Dinosaurs
11 Massive Citizen-Powered Climate Simulation Links Winter Floods to Global Warming (Op-Ed)
12 Baby-Gate Injuries on the Rise
13 Canine 2.0: Dogs in High-Tech Gear Could Aid Search-and-Rescue Efforts
14 7 Strange Facts About Quarks
15 Fearsome 'Goblin Shark' Sighted for Only 2nd Time in Gulf of Mexico
16 US Army Testing Pilotless Black Hawk Helicopter
17 Bullied High-School Kids Carry Weapons to School
18 A Beautiful Mind: Brain Injury Turns Man Into Math Genius
19 Lime Shortage Sours Cinco de Mayo Fiestas
20 Meteor Shower From Halley's Comet Peaks Tonight: How to Watch Online
21 Animal Sex: How Sea Turtles Do It
22 East Pacific Hurricane Season May Start Early
23 Eta Aquarid Meteor Shower: Will Clouds Obstruct Your View?
24 New Rankings Reveal Teen Pregnancy Rates in Each State
25 Teen Pregnancy Rates By State
26 Older Than Nazca: Mysterious Rock Lines Marked Way to Ancient Peru Fairs
27 Rare Earthquake Warning Issued for Oklahoma
28 Smoke and Mirrors: Who's Really Fueling Those Bogus EPA Attacks? (Op-Ed)
29 Monkeys Protect Air Base from Bird Strikes
30 Treasure Hunt: Shipwreck Yields Bonanza of Gold Bars & Coins
31 Mom's Lifetime Risk of Death from Pregnancy Jumps 50%
32 Cold-Water Swims and Controlled Breathing May Dampen Inflammation
33 Deaths Decline after Massachusetts Healthcare Reform
34 Injuries Cause Over One-Third of Children's ER Visits
35 Sports & Energy Drink Consumption Linked to Unhealthy Teen Behaviors
36 The Cartoon Thing: Why Are Female Scientists Missing? (Op-Ed)
37 Detection Devices: How a 'Sensor Society' Quietly Takes Over (Op-Ed)
38 Why Did Humans Grow Four Inches in 100 Years? It Wasn't Just Diet (Op-Ed)
39 With 2.5 Million Injuries, Youth Basketball is a Contact Sport (Op-Ed)
40 Halting Drone-Assisted Hunting Before It Takes Off (Op-Ed)
41 NSFW? Workers Reveal Their Favorite Online Distractions
42 Accepting Failure: When It's Time to Give Up on Being an Entrepreneur
43 New 'Penguin Flu' Found in Antarctica
44 Abnormal Vaginal Bleeding Rare but Serious Cancer Sign
45 Northern Lights' Physics Could Aid in Nuclear Fusion
46 #Earthquake! Tweets Beat Official Quake Alerts
47 White House Outlines New Climate Change Report: How to Watch Online
48 Climate Change 'Not a Distant Threat,' White House Warns
49 How Do I Meditate?
50 Trusting the Future? Ethics of Human Genetic Modification (Op-Ed)
51 Ecstasy May Make People More Social
52 Concussions Deal Bigger Blow to Men Than Women
53 Summer Swimming Safety: Why You Shouldn't Swallow the Water
54 My, What Big Claws! Dino Talons Used for Digging
55 New Trick: Pups Can Follow Human Voices to Food
56 Dino, Heal Thyself: Giant Beast Shrugged Off Bone Trauma
57 Humans and Squid Evolved Same Eyes Using Same Genes
58 Our Ability to Cope with Food Poisoning Outbreaks Has Not Improved Much in 50 Years
59 Reference: Mosquitoes: Biology, Repellents & Bite Relief
60 Reference: The Riddle of Twin Telepathy
61 Reference: Prostate Cancer: Symptoms, Diagnosis & Treatments
62 Reference: Broccoli: Health Benefits, Risks & Nutrition Facts
63 Nick Matzke: Reconstructing Species Migrations Across Time
64 The Slippery Rules of Mudslides
65 Drones Outlawed in 2 US National Parks
66 'Pinocchio Rex': T. Rex's Long-Snouted Cousin Discovered
67 Killer Ancient Meteor Strike Carved Out Giant Crater, Evidence Suggests
68 The 20 Happiest Jobs for New Grads
69 Why It's Perfectly Normal to See Jesus in Toast
70 Is There Life After Death? Watch Scientists Debate Tonight Online
71 Half of Greenland's Warming Tied to Natural Causes
72 Saying %$#@ May Help Politicians Get Elected
73 Weird Engineered Organism Has 6-Letter DNA
74 The Grocery Store and Dinner Plate Get Hit By Climate Change (Op-Ed)
75 Soy Sauce Yields Potential HIV Drug
76 Mind the Gap: New Evidence for Alaskan Tsunamis Found
77 Motorcycle Accident Turns Man's Heart Around in His Chest
78 It Got Better: Life Improved After Black Death, Study Finds
79 Women's Pelvic Surgeries Soar Since 1990s
80 Sorry, Touch Screens Won't Turn Baby Into Einstein
81 Many Parents Not Sure Which Items are Safe for Baby's Crib
82 Reference: Keeping Time: Origins of the Days of the Week
83 Temper Trap: The Genetics of Aggression and Self-Control
84 Peak Phosphorus Will be a Shortage We Can't Stomach (Op-Ed)
85 OnEarth: The Great Green Desert
86 Stressed Out? Stop Working Late
87 'Rock Snot' Gets Slimy Boost from Global Warming
88 What Is Boko Haram?
89 Mad Science: How to Build a Gamma-Ray Laser with Antimatter
90 World's Glaciers Are Now Mapped (All 200,000)
91 Antibiotic-Resistant Genes Are Literally Everywhere
92 What Did Ancient Egyptians Really Eat?
93 How Polar Bears Survive on 'Heart Attack' Diet
94 Galaxy S5: How the Heart-Rate Monitor Compares to Other Devices
95 Why East and West Don't See Eye-to-Eye
96 Syphilis Cases on the Rise in US Men
97 Good Vibrations: Buzzing Capsule Could Relieve Constipation
98 Squid Reveal the Sweet Side of Pain
99 Q&A: Bill Nye the Science Guy on Creationism, Mars and Science TV
100 Why Do Cats Like Boxes?
101 New Spider Species Cartwheels Down Sand Dunes
102 Journeying Man, Dog Strive to Bring Hope to Tornado Victims
103 Why Does Coffee Make You Poop?
104 Biodiversity a Benefit for Brain Research
105 An 'Exercise Snack' May Help Control Blood Sugar Levels
106 Frequent Family Spats Linked to Risk of Early Death
107 Inactivity Trumps Other Heart Disease Risk Factors in Women Over 30
108 7 Ways to Recognize Depression in 20-Somethings
109 Mystery Starfish Plague Extends to Canada and Mexico, but the Answer is Within Our Grasp
110 As AI Advances into 'Deep Learning,' are Robot Butlers on the Horizon? (Op-Ed)