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1 The Pillars of Creation show their dark side
2 How the Earth got its nitrogen
3 Chimps 'talk' about favourite fruits, best trees
4 Can racial injustice be settled out of court?
5 Software created to help find a cure for a 'great neglected disease'
6 Greenland meltwater contributes to rising sea levels
7 Can your smartphone help you exercise?
8 Robots learn to use kitchen tools by watching YouTube videos
9 Ancient fossils reveal rise in parasitic infections due to climate change
10 Slick and slender snake beats short and stubby lizard in sand swimming
11 Mechanistic insights into spinal muscular atrophy suggest new paths for treatment
12 New catalyst process uses light, not metal, for rapid polymerization
13 Rise in mass die-offs seen among birds, fish and marine invertebrates
14 Up in smoke or bottoms up: How policy could affect substance abuse
15 A honey bee hive tells all
16 World first at the Montreal Heart Institute--personalized therapy for cardiovascular disease
17 Family income, child behavior factors in legal disputes about kids with autism
18 Genetic discovery about childhood blindness paves the way for new treatments
19 Researchers identify key substance that protects against pre-term birth
20 Sex and the single evening primrose
21 TSRI scientists design nicotine vaccine that provokes robust immune response
22 Mountain system artificially inflates temperature increases at higher elevations
23 Hybrid 'super mosquito' resistant to insecticide-treated bed nets
24 Curbing growth of physician self-referrals requires Congress
25 As many as two-fifths of never-smoking teens are exposed to secondhand smoke worldwide
26 Evolution: Rock sponges split up
27 One pipeline that combines many gene-finding tools
28 Beyond prevention: Sulforaphane may find possible use for cancer therapy
29 Pediatricians miss autism symptoms in brief checkups
30 Researchers dispute warning that drugs for high cholesterol could impair memory, cognitive function
31 Study finds experience of pain relies on multiple brain pathways, not just one
32 Is stem cell therapy less effective in older patients with chronic diseases?
33 Researchers uncover more clues to how drug reverses obesity, diabetes, fatty liver disease
34 New strains of parasites identified
35 High hepatitis C cure rate seen in NIH-led trial of 6-week oral drug regimens
36 $375 billion wasted on billing and health insurance-related paperwork annually: Study
37 Waterloo chemist one step closer to a new generation of electric car battery
38 Moffitt researchers discover mechanism leading to drug resistance, metastasis in melanoma
39 Epigenetics: The epigenetic switchboard
40 Interrupting cycle of violence before young perpetrators and their victims reach adulthood
41 Disruptive children benefit from tailored classroom intervention
42 Findings from the Women of Color HIV Initiative published in AIDS Patient Care and STDs journal
43 A virtual reality brain training game can detect mild cognitive impairment
44 The mystery of the Alpine long-eared bat
45 Vision system for household robots
46 Chemists show proof of concept for new method of accelerating drug discovery research
47 Tired of London? Maybe you're living in the wrong place
48 Graffiti: Art or eyesore?
49 Overweight, obese kids achieved healthier weights after participating in Head Start
50 Do viruses make us smarter?
51 Graphene plasmons go ballistic
52 Fish peptide could help in battle against cardiovascular disease
53 CNIO researchers discover 1 of the genetic pieces of bladder cancer
54 Social media could impact on quality of conference presentations
55 Researchers discover new therapeutic target for treatment of acute myeloid leukemia
56 Patients rarely learn of at-home provider quality data
57 Beyond the bandages: Study finds pediatric trauma nurses know about trauma-informed care
58 Patch or pills? How quickly smokers break down nicotine may point to best ways to quit
59 From sexual dysfunction to anxiety, many cancer survivors struggle with post treatment
60 Researchers identify new gene mutations linked to colorectal cancer in African-Americans
61 'Survival' protein a target in drug-resistant non-Hodgkin lymphomas
62 Little or no benefit from nutrient additions to vitamin waters and energy drinks
63 Blocking hormone could eliminate stress-induced infertility
64 Researchers find BPA and BPS affect embryonic brain development in zebrafish
65 One-size-fits-all approach can lead to over-treatment in older diabetes patients
66 UTHealth research: Mental health care lacking in state and federal prisons
67 Portly pastors make up more than a third of American clergy, Baylor study finds
68 Children eligible for expanded Medicaid contribute more in taxes as adults
69 Social cost of climate change too low, Stanford scientists say
70 They see flow signals: Researchers identify nature of fish's 'sixth sense'
71 TSRI scientists discover possible new target for treating brain inflammation
72 Tufts University researchers identify mechanism involved in causing cataracts in mice
73 China's water stress set to worsen with transfer initiatives
74 Two-faced fish clue that our ancestors 'weren't shark-like'
75 Penn Medicine study: Web-based TAVR marketing found to overstate benefits, understate risks
76 Solar cell polymers with multiplied electrical output
77 New superconducting hybrid crystals developed at University of Copenhagen
78 Revealing the inner workings of a molecular motor
79 From the bottom up: Manipulating nanoribbons at the molecular level
80 Mortality risks after carotid artery stenting in Medicare beneficiaries
81 Shorter combination treatment as effective as monotherapy for TB prevention in kids
82 Study suggests some older adults potentially overtreated for diabetes
83 Attitudes, practices surrounding end of life care in ICUs vary among Asian physicians
84 Ten percent of heart patients may be inappropriately prescribed aspirin
85 Imaging study finds first evidence of neuroinflammation in brains of chronic pain patients
86 Sound mind, strong heart: Same protein sustains both
87 Study reveals potential of ultrasound for detecting potential heart attacks and stroke before symptoms arise in both developed and developing countries
88 FDA approved drug extends survival for patients with rare cancer
89 Many cancer survivors have unmet physical and mental needs related to their disease and its treatment
90 Potentially targetable signaling pathway generates slowly proliferating, chemo-resistant cancer cells
91 Few UK family doctors seem to be treating obesity/overweight appropriately
92 UK trainee doctors still in the dark about potentially fatal allergic reaction
93 WSU scientists find brain protein aids influenza recovery
94 Environmental health benefits inspire people to cut back on electricity
95 New research on what the nose 'knows' reveals an unexpected simplicity
96 UCLA-led study shows how meltwater on Greenland's ice sheet contribute to rising sea levels
97 Positive factors in youth linked to better heart health later in life
98 Computers using digital footprints are better judge of personality than friends and family
99 People watching: Different brain pathways responsible for person, movement recognition
100 Climate and friends influence young corals choice of real estate
101 Possible treatments identified for highly contagious stomach virus
102 Cardiac specialists recommend donor heart allocation changes
103 Community-wide CVD prevention programs associated with reductions in hospitalizations
104 New model predicts Ebola epidemic in Liberia could be ended by June
105 Influenza and sepsis: Mayo expert describes warning signs of severe sepsis, septic shock
106 Endangered monkeys in the Amazon are more diverse than previously thought, study finds
107 New test helps guide treatment for bone marrow transplant patients with graft vs. host disease
108 Tumor micro-environment is a rough neighborhood for nanoparticle cancer drugs
109 Crush those clinkers while they're hot
110 New device allows for manipulation of differentiating stem cells