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1 Reference: Digestive System: Facts, Function & Diseases
2 Reference: Listeria Infection: Symptoms & Treatment
3 Fact or Fiction? Test Your Knowledge About Snakes
4 Washington Earthquake's Mysterious Source Discovered
5 Having an 'Invisible' Body Could Reduce Social Anxiety
6 Man-Made Earthquakes Rising in US, New Maps Show
7 Garmin Forerunner 10: GPS Watch Review
8 Big Butts Can Lie: Bootylicious Baboons May Not Be Most Fertile
9 Fossil Teeth Suggest Humans Played Role in Neanderthal Extinction
10 Human Embryo Editing Is Incredibly Risky, Experts Say
11 Songbirds Emerge for Spring, but Is the Timing Off? (Essay)
12 Woman's 'Embryonic Twin' Is Not Really an Embryo, or a Twin
13 Air Pollution May Shrink the Brain, Study Suggests
14 Garmin Forerunner 620: GPS Watch Review
15 Letting Babies Nap in Car Seat Could Be Deadly, Experts Warn
16 Half the US Faces Earthquake Risk
17 Prostate Cancer Risk Linked to Baldness
18 Happy Birthday, Hubble! 10 Epic Photos from the Iconic Space Telescope
19 Genetically Modified Humans? How Genome Editing Works
20 Best GPS Watches of 2015
21 Rare, Tiny 'Pocket Shark' Seen for 2nd Time
22 Battle Lines Drawn Around the Legality of 'Killer Robots'
23 Giant Easter Island 'Hats' Rolled into Place, Study Says
24 Melanoma Tumor 'Dissolves' After 1 Dose of New Drug Combo
25 Learning from Earth's Smallest Ecosystems (Kavli Hangout)
26 Women Who Sit Too Much Have Higher Breast Cancer Risk
27 This Country Is the Happiest in the World
28 More than 1,000 Doctors Say Dr. Oz Should Resign
29 Reference: Pigs, Hogs & Boars: Facts About Swine
30 Hubble at 25: Space Telescope's Views Have Changed How We See Earth
31 Most Interesting Science News Articles of the Week
32 Lice Shouldn't Keep Kids from School, Doctors Say
33 Color Me Confused! Iridescence Helps Animals Evade Predators
34 LA's Island Playground Could Trigger Tsunamis
35 Nepal Earthquake Toll Only Just Beginning
36 Climate Deniers to Pope Francis: 'There Is No Global Warming Crisis'
37 Bizarre Cousin of T. Rex Was a Vegetarian
38 Vatican presses politicians on climate change
39 Amazon: 1% of tree species store 50% of region's carbon
40 Bloodhound: Seat installed in supersonic car
41 Landslide fears after Nepal quakes
42 EU to curb thinnest plastic bags in anti-pollution push
43 Lower back pain linked to chimpanzee spine shape
44 Nepal quake 'followed historic pattern'
45 Cameras reveal the secret lives of Chernobyl's wildlife
46 Election 2015: Hastings fishermen seek 'fair share'
47 Vast replica recreates prehistoric Chauvet cave
48 Why Nepal is so vulnerable to quakes
49 Tinnitus mapped inside human brain
50 Hubble issues 25th birthday image
51 'We print people': The world of 3D portraiture
52 Cameras reveal the secret life of penguins
53 Hunting whales with rowing boats and spears
54 The island where endangered Hawksbill turtles thrive
55 Changing the signals on Britain's railways
56 Valve shuts down paid 'mod' system
57 Yahoo tests ear-based smartphone identification system
58 Tiny robots carry up to 2,000 times their own weight
59 Sweden grants Julian Assange appeal over rape allegation
60 Microsoft phones face US import ban over patent issue
61 Google offers cash support to Europe's news groups
62 EU to introduce eCall alert device for car crashes
63 Apple to return more cash to investors as profits soar
64 Lenovo and Acer smartphones pack huge batteries
65 Valve boss responds on game 'mod' row
66 Ofcom cracks down on hidden charges in TV phone ins
67 Grandmother denied $41.8 million casino jackpot payout
68 Technology to tame Africa's deadly transport chaos
69 Viewpoint: Who are the people in the dark corners?
70 Does the digital era herald the end of history?
71 Apple Watch: The smartwatch ships, but does it deliver?
72 Parents 'puzzled' when new graduates return home
73 Top teachers' pay freeze unfair to heads, says union
74 Tories 'to fund apprenticeships with bank fines'
75 Cooking and music 'are top skills UK adults want to learn'
76 Pupils to sit new Highers as Scottish exams get under way
77 Global crash to be included in new economics A-level
78 Nick Clegg: Education is 'red line' in coalition deal
79 Pupils sent to Sikh free school amid place shortage
80 Redesign for 'innovative' 38 million pounds Bexhill High Academy
81 Student tuition fee posters removed from stations
82 Exam board investigates question leak
83 Drugs seized at schools from hundreds of pupils--police
84 Students offered lessons on art of drag
85 'It's not just about performing'
86 Diet swap experiment reveals junk food's harm to gut
87 Assisted suicide review granted by High Court judges
88 'World's fattest man' Paul Mason ready for New York surgery
89 HIV home test kit goes on sale in UK
90 Furness baby deaths: Mother left 'heartbroken' by treatment
91 'Two phases' of childhood obesity suggested
92 Third of drug deaths in Scotland were parents
93 Skin cancer cases in Scotland rise by almost a third
94 Pepsi to drop artificial sweetener aspartame
95 Nurse Andrew Hutchinson jailed for attacks on patients
96 Five billion people 'have no access to safe surgery'
97 Pharmacist Maurice Currie jailed over prescription drugs
98 Mosquitoes 'lured by body odour genes'
99 Alcohol detox centre 'saves NHS millions'
100 Why good-looking runners attract more donations
101 Row over human embryo gene editing
102 'Culture war' of gay conversion therapy
103 Chinese scientists genetically modify human embryos
104 Canadian budget pushes applied research
105 Chimpanzee 'personhood' case sows confusion
106 The moral challenge of invisibility
107 DNA editing in mouse embryos prevents disease
108 High-scoring grant applications yield more highly cited papers
109 Bar graphs criticized for misrepresenting data
110 Ethics of embryo editing paper divides scientists
111 Major earthquake hits Nepal
112 Global warming brews weird weather
113 Vatican convenes major climate-change meeting
114 Invasive lionfish discovered in Brazil
115 Consumer DNA firms get serious about drug development
116 Outcry over Greek plan to borrow cash from universities
117 Human-embryo editing poses challenges for journals
118 Statistics: P values are just the tip of the iceberg