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1 Diet high in red meat may make kidney disease worse
2 Antibiotics give rise to new communities of harmful bacteria
3 Bar-Ilan University neuroscientists literally change the way we think
4 Small predator diversity is an important part of a healthy ecosystem
5 The chemistry of blue jeans, the pants that changed the world (video)
6 Speaking freely
7 Motor proteins prefer slow, steady movement
8 Building tailor-made DNA nanotubes step by step
9 Hidden in plain sight: Amazonian bird chick mimics toxic caterpillar to avoid being eaten
10 Americans say Congress must act to assure patients benefit from new treatments
11 Preliminary results of the JIKI clinical trial against Ebola test the efficacy of favipiravir in reducing mortality in individuals infected by Ebola virus in Guinea
12 Molecular link between obesity and type 2 diabetes reveals potential therapy
13 3-D printed, mechanically robust carrier used to deliver immunosuppressive drug, and cells
14 A sense of taste: Psychology professor examines the taste system
15 Long-term nitrogen fertilizer use disrupts plant-microbe mutualisms
16 'DNA spellchecker' means that our genes aren't all equally likely to mutate
17 Want to get drivers' attention? Use road signs showing more action
18 Carnivorous plant packs big wonders into tiny genome
19 Epigenome orchestrates embryonic development
20 Physicians performing breast exams may miss masses deep in breast
21 Immunization rates improve with centralized reminder system
22 Scientists find a key protein that allows Plavix to conquer platelets
23 What factors motivate people to text while driving?
24 How brain waves guide memory formation
25 Why don't more women rise to leadership positions in academic medicine?
26 Via laser into the past of the oceans
27 Brain makes decisions with same method used to break WW2 Enigma code
28 Magnetic nanoparticles could stop blood clot-caused strokes
29 Radio chip for the 'Internet of things'
30 Study sheds light on a 'guardian' protein of brain function
31 New study finds same patient mortality rates for experienced and new surgeons
32 Researchers pin down genetic pathways linked to CF disease severity
33 Flawed method puts tiger rise in doubt, calls for new approach
34 Discovery of the genetic fingerprint of aggressive colon tumors
35 Stretch and relax!--Losing 1 electron switches magnetism on in dichromium
36 Bacteria network for food
37 Community-led marine reserve produces benefits for fisheries and conservation
38 Study shows how the brain can trigger a deep sleep
39 Scientists bring oxygen back to dead fjord
40 Pregnant women unmoved by maternity hospital ratings, study suggests
41 3-D printed guides can help restore function in damaged nerves
42 Sobering effect of the love hormone
43 Keep calm, anger can trigger a heart attack!
44 Georgetown consensus group issues recommendations for NIH on diversity of sex in research
45 Your privacy online: Health information at serious risk of abuse
46 University of Iowa expert to testify before Presidential 21st century policing panel
47 La Nina-like conditions associated with 2,500-year-long shutdown of coral reef growth
48 Research shows that sea urchins, sand dollars thrived with time
49 Working in an interventional laboratory may lead to health problems
50 Wisdom teeth stem cells can transform into cells that could treat corneal scarring
51 Study outlines threat of ocean acidification to coastal communities in US
52 Study finds peanut consumption in infancy prevents peanut allergy
53 Scientists discover bacteria in marine sponges harvest phosphorus for the reef community
54 'Massive' tobacco industry third party lobbying for revised European Directive
55 Water fluoridation in England linked to higher rates of underactive thyroid
56 UK 'fit note' linked to fewer people taking long-term sick leave
57 Homeless people with mental illness have higher 30-year risk of serious cardiovascular disease, research finds
58 Canada must ensure all orphan drugs are priced fairly to allow patient access
59 One in 4 patients who visited emergency department for chest pain did not receive follow-up care
60 Study tested centralized system for reminding families about immunizations
61 Small loop in human prion protein prevents chronic wasting disease
62 Sauna use associated with reduced risk of cardiac, all-cause mortality
63 Early consumption of peanuts prevents peanut allergy in high-risk infants
64 Retracing the roots of fungal symbioses
65 HIV transmission at each step of the care continuum in the United States
66 Reconstructing topsy-turvy paleoclimate of western US 21,000 years ago
67 Help is just a call away for mothers with postnatal depression
68 Eating peanut at an early age prevents peanut allergy in high-risk infants
69 Intense anger associated with high risk of heart attack
70 New catalyst to create chemical building blocks from biomass
71 Study: Advocacy, race affect flu vaccination rates
72 Vitamin D deficiency linked more closely to diabetes than obesity
73 Interventions lower diabetes risk in women who had gestational diabetes
74 Study nearly triples the locations in the human genome that harbor microRNAs
75 Small molecule might help reduce cancer in at-risk population, Stanford study finds
76 Customized DNA rings aid early cancer detection in mice, Stanford study finds
77 Baby formula poses higher arsenic risk to newborns than breast milk, Dartmouth study shows
78 Simulating superconducting materials with ultracold atoms
79 Professional associations call for policies to reduce firearm injuries, deaths in US
80 New study: Agriculture expansion in Tanzania may greatly increase human plague risk
81 Resistance to aspirin tied to more severe strokes
82 UGA researchers discover potential treatment for drug-resistant tuberculosis
83 SOHO sees something new near the sun
84 NASA satellite reveals how much Saharan dust feeds Amazon's plants
85 Primary care residents unlikely to detect hazardous alcohol use
86 A new look at culture and its influence on individuals and organizations
87 Cutting-edge technology optimizes cancer therapy with nanomedicine drug combinations
88 Patients with mental illness less likely to receive diet, exercise advice
89 Geysers have loops in their plumbing
90 Evidence supports use of 'retainer' contact lenses for nearsightedness in children, reports Optometry and Vision Science
91 Research suggests using neuroscience in law may face political resistance
92 Dendrite eraser: New electrolyte rids batteries of short-circuiting fibers
93 Study finds hormone therapy in transgender adults safe
94 Texas natural gas grants generated $128 million in economic impact last year
95 New health care delivery model for prostate cancer care results in better patient outcomes
96 Amelotin molecule plays a critical role in tooth enamel maturation
97 Even low-androgen triple-negative breast cancer responds to anti-androgen therapy
98 Teen girls from rural areas more likely to have undiagnosed asthma, be depressed
99 Novel pretreatment could cut biofuel costs by 30 percent or more
100 Climate-change clues from the turtles of tropical Wyoming
101 Marine oil supplement has positive effects on post-exercise muscle damage
102 Together, nanotechnology and genetic interference may tackle 'untreatable' brain tumors
103 Unexpected outcomes for elderly couples who stop driving
104 Inherited gene variation leaves young leukemia patients at risk for peripheral neuropathy
105 NIH-funded researchers identify genetic region associated with peanut allergy
106 Stellate cells in the liver control regeneration and fibrosis
107 Easy on the eyes: How eyelash length keeps your eyes healthy
108 Ultra-thin nanowires can trap electron 'twisters' that disrupt superconductors
109 Direct brain neurostimulation for partial onset seizures provides long-term benefit
110 This week from AGU: Saharan dust transport, moon missions, Pleistocene temperatures