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1 Colliding stars explain enigmatic 17th century explosion
2 'Most attractive' male birds don't have the best genes
3 Stress granules ease the way for cancer metastasis
4 New cystic fibrosis research could help develop treatments to improve muscle function
5 Good news for serial cereal eaters
6 New gene influences apple or pear shape, risk of future disease
7 Wandering Jupiter accounts for our unusual solar system
8 Landmark study proves that magnets can control heat and sound
9 Discovery could yield more efficient portable electronics, solar cells
10 Smoking in front of your kids may increase their risk of heart disease as adults
11 Toward a more realistic picture of how molecules move within cells
12 A method to simplify pictures makes chemistry calculations a snap
13 Catch-release-repeat: Study reveals novel technique for handling molecules
14 Is blood really thicker than water?
15 Expanding Medicaid under ACA helped to identify 23 percent more people with previously undiagnosed diabetes
16 Legalizing marijuana and the new science of weed (video)
17 Squid-inspired 'invisibility stickers' could help soldiers evade detection in the dark
18 Sewage--yes, poop--could be a source of valuable metals and critical elements
19 New low-calorie rice could help cut rising obesity rates
20 Popular artificial sweetener could lead to new treatments for aggressive cancers
21 Kavli Lecture: Mimicking nature's chemistry to solve global environmental problems
22 Kavli Lecture: Mining the secrets of carbohydrates for new leads on antibiotics [Video]
23 Singapore identifies mutations that may enable earlier diagnosis of colorectal cancer recurrence
24 Younger motorists and females most likely to use cell phone while driving
25 NASA-funded mission studies the Sun in soft X-rays
26 NASA satellites catch 'growth spurt' from newborn protostar
27 First study of its kind describes outcomes after thyroid surgery for pro singers
28 New study shows non-invasive imaging tests can detect coronary artery disease long before it strikes
29 Rethinking wetland restoration: Smaller wetlands more valuable than previously thought
30 Patients with asymptomatic pancreatic cysts do not need constant surveillance
31 Good bone, bad bone
32 Why some HPV infections go away and others become cancer
33 Automation offers big solution to big data in astronomy
34 Are our schools damaging children's eyes?
35 Tiny bio-robot is a germ suited-up with graphene quantum dots
36 Genetic discovery may offer new avenue of attack against schistosomiasis
37 Rapid testing for gene variants in kidney donors may optimize transplant outcomes
38 Study provides academic support for new Steve Jobs portrayal
39 Leaders and their followers tick in sync
40 BPA can adversely affect reproduction of future generations of fish
41 IQ of children in better-educated households is higher, study indicates
42 Physicists solve low-temperature magnetic mystery
43 Quarantine yes/no?
44 Children less likely to come to the rescue when others are available
45 New technique paints tissue samples with light
46 Ultimate Fighting Championship should save heavyweight fights for pay per view
47 Chemical tag marks future microRNAs for processing, study shows
48 Bar-Ilan U. researchers identify 'tipping point' between quantum and classical worlds
49 Disturbingly little known about microbeads and plastics in the Great Lakes
50 A cancer research breakthrough
51 More schools, more challenging assignments add up to higher IQ scores
52 Researchers find link between genetic variation and alcohol dependence
53 Women with diabetes more likely to be diagnosed with advanced stage breast cancer
54 Preparing for natural disasters: What policies protect the vulnerable consumer?
55 Higher volume of scoliosis surgeries linked to reduced reoperation rates
56 New study indicates laparoscopic hysterectomy with morcellation may be safer than abdominal procedure
57 Diabetics with ankle fractures have longer lengths of stay, more health care costs
58 What is the definition of 'natural' foods? Consumers want to know
59 First Nations migration dynamics are shaped by socioeconomic inequalities
60 Legally high? Teenagers and prescription drug abuse
61 Consumers value handmade products: What's love got to do with it?
62 High-energy TV commercials: Too much stress for consumers?
63 Use your real name: Online communication details that affect sales
64 NIH researchers identify red blood cell traits associated with malaria risk in children
65 Researchers successfully measure the duende of flamenco dancers
66 How to grow a human lung
67 Artificial hand able to respond sensitively thanks to muscles made from smart metal wires
68 The challenges for anthropologists when they're the expert in the courtroom
69 Enriching the diet of calves by using flax seeds improves nutritional quality
70 Got (fresh) milk?
71 Searching for traces in the atmosphere
72 Building shape inspires new material discovery
73 Many things can be read in a newborn's gaze
74 Milk could be good for your brain
75 Could a tampon one day help predict endometrial cancer? Mayo Clinic researchers say yes
76 Brain tumor cells decimated by mitochondrial 'smart bomb'
77 Study shows racial and socioeconomic disparities in hip fracture care
78 Study: Patients going home after knee replacement do as well as those going to rehab facility
79 Study: Hip replacement an excellent option to relieve pain in juvenile arthritis patients
80 New Alzheimer's Association report--less than half say they were told Alzheimer's diagnosis
81 Hip-replacement patients may safely drive as early as 2 weeks following surgery
82 Running barefoot may increase injury risk in older, more experienced athletes
83 Men have a higher level of function before and after total knee replacement surgery
84 Spinal surgery diminishes low back pain, improves sexual function
85 Diabetes, previous joint pain and overall physical health predicts arthritis pain
86 Hip replacement patients may safely drive as early as 2 weeks following surgery
87 The price of delirium: New study finds nearly half of patients have delirium
88 Child pedestrians more likely to be struck by motor vehicles in the spring months
89 New kind of 'tandem' solar cell developed
90 Routine bisphosphonate treatment for women over age 65
91 Scientists coax stem cells to form 3-D mini lungs
92 Engineers develop new yeast strain to enhance biofuel and biochemical production
93 Norovirus candidate vaccine induces broad antibody responses in trial participants
94 Personality test finds Britain's most extroverted, agreeable and emotionally stable regions
95 Complex genetic ancestry of Americans uncovered
96 Mayo Clinic study of thousands of brains reveals tau as driver of Alzheimer's disease
97 Survey defines advance practice dietitians, paving way for career path
98 Quantum experiment verifies Einstein's 'spooky action at a distance'
99 Second Tommy John surgery linked to performance decline, shortened career
100 Interim report on UK alcohol industry's 'billion units pledge' is flawed say researchers
101 A call for more research on brain damage in American football
102 Concerns over the online market of human breast milk
103 Air pollution linked to increased risk of anxiety and stroke
104 Can perovskites and silicon team up to boost industrial solar cell efficiencies?
105 Lung transplant patients in the UK fare better than publicly insured Americans
106 Pay gap between male and female RNs has not narrowed
107 Study compares outcomes for stent vs. medications for narrowed artery within the brain
108 Malaria-infected cells produce odors attractive to mosquitoes
109 'Goldilocks material' could change spintronics
110 CV organizations issue recommendations for minimally invasive valve treatments for children, adults