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1 CCNY researchers develop eco-friendly oil spill solution
2 Children with asthma likely born in Toronto area with high air pollution
3 Why are seabirds abandoning their ancestral nesting grounds in the Gulf of California?
4 Daily bathing of pediatric patients with antiseptic cuts bloodstream infections by 59 percent
5 Emergency visits for childhood food allergy on rise in Illinois
6 High-performance microscope displays pores in the cell nucleus with greater precision
7 Braking mechanism identified for cell growth pathway linked to several cancers
8 A 'hydrothermal siphon' drives water circulation through the seafloor
9 Rats 'dream' paths to a brighter future
10 SAPH-ire helps scientists prioritize protein modification research
11 More secondary schooling reduces HIV risk
12 The Lancet Global Health: Increasing secondary education protects against HIV infection
13 Stink bugs have strong taste for ripe fruit
14 Understanding why animals are healthy offers path to precision medicine
15 Stuck on you: Research shows fingerprint accuracy stays the same over time
16 Talk is cheap: New study finds words speak louder than actions
17 After Ebola, understanding health care needs among rural Liberians
18 Huge congregations view racial inequality differently than others do, Baylor study shows
19 Who takes care of whom? Surprising new evidence
20 Researchers define unique group of high-risk lymphoma patients
21 JDR articles explore 3-D printing for oral and dental tissue engineering
22 First-ever possible treatments for MERS
23 Study: Severe asthma fails to respond to mainstay treatment
24 A deep, dark mystery
25 OU professor developing vaccine to protect global communities from malaria
26 Athletes should drink only when thirsty, according to new guidelines
27 'Tele-rounding': Robots in the neonatal intensive care unit
28 Experts cover MERS outbreak in American Journal of Respiratory and Critical Care Medicine
29 Cranberry juice may help protect against heart disease and diabetes risk factors
30 Atmospheric mysteries unraveling
31 Using bacterial 'fight clubs' to find new drugs
32 Recent mercury pollution on the rise, but quick to change, Dartmouth-led study shows
33 Soil water, microbes influence carbon in world's coldest desert, ASU-Dartmouth study finds
34 When times are tough, parents favor daughters over sons
35 New role for Twitter: Early warning system for bad drug interactions
36 Flatworms could replace mammals for some toxicology tests
37 Upsetting a fragile alliance triggers a deadly childhood disease
38 Specialized therapy can aid traumatized children in developing nations
39 Mayo Clinic study suggests which glioblastoma patients may benefit from drug treatment
40 The chemistry of grilling (video)
41 Physicists shatter stubborn mystery of how glass forms
42 The fear you experience playing video games is real, and you enjoy it, IU study finds
43 Scoring system can help trauma centers improve care during surges in trauma cases
44 Experts present new knowledge on bone tissue and its role in bone strength or weakness
45 Up, up and away, in the name of science education
46 Wind effect following team car can help time trial rider win Tour prologue
47 Scientists develop more accurate whole genome variant discovery and interpretation
48 New nanogenerator harvests power from rolling tires
49 New IOM report: Wait times for health care services differ greatly throughout US
50 Automatic bug repair
51 Aromatic couple makes new chemical bonds
52 Computers get with the beat
53 Infant mortality rates could be lowered through improved medicine packaging designs
54 Most plastic surgeons now use fat grafting as part of facelift surgery
55 Cattle ID system shows its muzzle
56 Study: Children from high conflict homes process emotion differently
57 Sleeping on the job? Actually, that's a good thing
58 New plan proposed to send humans to Mars
59 'Drink when thirsty' to avoid fatal drops in blood sodium levels during exercise
60 National study finds life-threatening barriers in access to breakthrough drugs
61 Is Facebook the next frontier for online learning?
62 Food for thought: Use more forages in livestock farming
63 The new detection method for a key drug resistant hepatitis C virus mutation
64 Getting high in senior year: NYU study examines reasons for smoking pot
65 Precise ages of largest number of stars hosting planets ever measured
66 Extreme makeover: Mankind's unprecedented transformation of Earth
67 Interest in child-specific nurse practitioner programs dwindling
68 Is marriage good or bad for the figure?
69 PolyU develops a new method for rapid authentication of edible oils and screening of gutter oils
70 Danish researchers map important enzyme in the fight against cancer
71 GPs and the Fit for Work scheme
72 Most internet anonymity software leaks users' details
73 Osteoporosis linked with heart disease in older people
74 Large-scale field-effect transistors based on solution-grown organic single crystals are fabricated
75 Pesticide study shows that sexual conflict can maintain genetic variation
76 Unexpectedly little black-hole monsters rapidly suck up surrounding matter
77 Making new materials with micro-explosions: ANU media release
78 Freshwater and ocean acidification stunts growth of developing pink salmon
79 X-rays and electrons join forces to map catalytic reactions in real-time
80 Improving rice flour to aid food poverty
81 TSRI and Biotech partners find new antibody weapons against Marburg virus
82 The inside story: MRI imaging shows how plants can inspire new engineering materials
83 Researchers discover how petunias know when to smell good
84 Umbilical cord 'milking' improves blood flow in preterm infants
85 Too exhausted to fight--and to do harm
86 Genes responsible for increased activity during the summer
87 Treatment with PI3K inhibitors may cause cancers to become more aggressive and metastatic
88 Sugary drinks linked to high death tolls worldwide
89 Humans across the world dance to the same beat
90 Spiky monsters: New species of 'super-armored' worm discovered
91 Key element of human language discovered in bird babble
92 Can pollution help trees fight infection?
93 License plate decals don't seem to curb learner driver crash rates
94 Almost one in three US adults owns at least one gun
95 How your brain knows it's summer
96 Genes leave some kids prone to weakness in wrist bones
97 Florida Tech lightning research deepens understanding of sprite formation
98 Public health surveillance system may underestimate cases of acute hepatitis C infection
99 Estimates of childhood, youth exposure to violence, crime and abuse
100 Neighborhood environments and risk for type 2 diabetes
101 His and her pain circuitry in the spinal cord
102 Societies issue recommendations for left atrial appendage occlusion
103 Ultrasonic fingerprint sensor may take smartphone security to new level
104 Millennials accept working mothers and traditional gender roles more than GenXers
105 Hope for patients with chronic wounds
106 Pinpointing mutations in a relapsed children's cancer may lead to improved treatments
107 PTSD raises odds of heart attack and stroke in women
108 Key element of human language discovered in bird babble
109 Earthquake not to blame for Indonesian mud volcano
110 Acceptance of working moms at all-time high
111 Tamper-resistant opioids will not solve opioid addiction problem
112 PTSD, traumatic experiences may raise heart attack, stroke risk in women
113 Clot-removal devices now recommended for some stroke patients
114 New family of small RNAs boosts cell proliferation in cancer
115 Retreating sea ice linked to changes in ocean circulation, could affect European climate
116 A microtubule 'roadway' in the retina helps provide energy for vision
117 Rare gene variant associated with middle ear infections
118 More people in Florida sickened by toxin in tropical reef fish than previously reported
119 Americans' best efforts not enough to cut heart disease deaths
120 Study: Even fraud-savvy investors often look for the wrong red flags
121 New strategies against rare, fatal lung syndrome