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1 Diagnostic test developed for enterovirus D68
2 Job strain linked to increased sick leave due to mental disorders
3 Like sitting, standing in the workplace may have long-term health consequences
4 Is upward mobility bad for your health?
5 Taking the pain out of office work
6 Omnidirectional free space wireless charging of multiple wireless devices
7 Traders' hormones' may destabilize financial markets
8 Causal pathway may link job stress, sleep disturbances
9 Pension funds are losing billions annually due to end of month trading
10 Most internet anonymity software leaks users' details
11 Even fraud-savvy investors often look for the wrong red flags
12 Readiness of America's biology teachers questioned
13 Infants use expectations to shape their brains
14 How music training alters the teenage brain
15 Achieving equity in higher education
16 Poverty's most insidious damage is to a child's brain
17 Surprise: Subtle distractors may divert action more than overt ones
18 Massive study: Birth order has no meaningful effect on personality or IQ
19 Success in adulthood linked to childhood psychiatric health
20 Kids expecting aggression from others become aggressive themselves
21 Lower-intensity treatment as effective as high-intensity for children with high-functioning autism, study shows
22 Orchid spotters map shifting blooms
23 New Horizons: Pluto may have 'nitrogen glaciers'
24 Aircraft 'bomb bag' limits on board explosion impact
25 Four-legged snake ancestor 'dug burrows'
26 Step forward for computing by light
27 'Earth 2.0' found in NASA Kepler telescope haul
28 Energy Secretary Amber Rudd criticised ahead of climate speech
29 Plastic bag use at supermarkets rises for fifth year
30 Ban lifted on controversial 'neonic' pesticide
31 UK income levels severely limit access to natural beauty
32 Bronze Age child's skeleton discovered at Pewsey Vale dig
33 Engineers create emergency origami bridge
34 University of Essex in world's deepest 'space' pool plan
35 New 'blue marble' picture delights
36 Bloodhound Diary: A riveting 'tail'
37 Iberian lynx returns to Spain from verge of extinction
38 Australia's role in the search for life in space
39 South Asia monsoon: Analysing fresh water could be key to forecast
40 Who, What, Why: Is it safer to cook rice in a coffee percolator to avoid arsenic?
41 New Horizons: Why bother exploring the Solar System?
42 Gift cards for old mobile phones offer launched
43 ICYMI: Stop, don't pee!
44 Internet companies face 'tax crackdown'
45 Video gamers face tournament drug tests
46 Fiat Chrysler recalls 1.4 million cars after Jeep hack
47 Music streaming in UK passes 500m in a week for first time
48 Tony Fadell: What will Google's $3.2 billion guru do next?
49 Broadband 'levy' for super-fast net
50 Uber sued for 198 million pounds by Canadian taxi drivers
51 Apple warns of data corruption on latest Macbook Pro
52 Ceredigion man Cei Owens jailed for 'dark web' drugs offences
53 3D-printed plane flies from Royal Navy ship
54 Will Indians have to pay for WhatsApp?
55 Should your boss be tweeting more...or not at all?
56 Six times Reddit wasn't completely awful
57 Weird places readers charge phones
58 How playing computer games can make the world safer
59 The FT and the value of digital news
60 Councils to be scored on school dropout rates
61 'Glass floor' protecting middle classes from social slide--report
62 Mixed results in study of disadvantaged pupils in academy chains
63 Charlie and the Chocolate Factory tops primary school book list
64 Universities urged to work together to improve access
65 More pupils try 'vaping' than smoking
66 Rise in secondary school pupils over next decade
67 Poorest graduates 'will owe 53,000 pounds' after grants cut
68 Rotherham abuse: South Yorkshire Police child protection 'needs improvement'
69 'Meltdown' warning in FE college finances
70 Free school meals served over holiday
71 Ofsted rates Sunderland children's services inadequate
72 Footballer Guillermo Bauza gets medical genetics degree
73 'Oldest' Koran fragments found in Birmingham University
74 Can you make schools integrate?
75 One child's verdict on teachers' must-reads
76 Russian students targeted as recruits by Islamic State
77 'World's oldest' Koran: Birmingham reacts to discovery
78 The airlift education scholarship that changed the world
79 Moving legacy of Ebola worker who died saving children
80 Sweden loses top marks for education
81 Living Wage 'could harm home care sector'
82 Manchester Royal Infirmary A&E unit closed over MERS outbreak
83 Malaria vaccine gets 'green light'
84 Clot-busting stroke drug safe, says expert review
85 Cheap drugs cut breast cancer deaths by 18%
86 UK relaxes Ebola screening measures
87 Early signs that drug 'may delay Alzheimer's decline'
88 Music: Thinking style could predict favourite tunes
89 Parkinson's: Diabetes drug may offer clue to treatment
90 Think tanks seek more investment for NHS
91 Sugary drinks 'harmful even for slim people'
92 Heart-lung transplant man marks 30 years
93 'I had to lose weight for anorexia treatment'
94 Is the cap on care costs doomed?
95 How speaking up can save lives
96 Malaria vaccine: How good is good enough?
97 How has IVF developed since the first 'test-tube baby'?
98 The drug to slow Alzheimer's?
99 The health budget--under strain again
100 How the care system works across the UK
101 Deadly dish: the dinner that can give you cancer
102 Mysterious Ice Plains Spotted on Pluto [Video]
103 Sea Creatures Make Brighter Clouds to Cool the Earth
104 Is a Mini Ice Age Coming? 'Maunder Minimum' Spurs Controversy
105 Why Atticus Finch's Racist Shift in 'Watchman' Could Be an Anomaly
106 Weird Horse-Cows and 6-Legged Sheep Found in Iron Age Burials
107 28 Million Baby Boomers Will Develop Alzheimer's by 2050
108 Accidental Find: Scientists Stumble on Centuries-Old Shipwreck
109 Hearing Aids Meet the Future with Bluetooth Tech
110 Alexander the Great's Father Found--Maybe