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1 Advance in photodynamic therapy offers new approach to ovarian cancer
2 Scientists discover what controls waking up and going to sleep
3 Fortified against blindness
4 Sex development disorders affect the mind as well as the body
5 Critically endangered species successfully reproduced using frozen sperm
6 NIH-funded study establishes genomic data set on Lassa virus
7 Gemini-discovered world is most like Jupiter
8 New information is easier to learn when composed of familiar elements
9 New technology could reduce wind energy costs
10 Study: What gets said should be what's heard; what gets heard should be what's meant
11 Mayo Clinic-led study validates tool for pt. reporting side effects in cancer clinical trials
12 Astronomers discover 'young Jupiter' exoplanet
13 Georgia Tech finds 11 security flaws in popular internet browsers
14 NASA's RapidScat sees diminishing winds in Tropical Storm Hilda
15 Heavy smokers and smokers who are obese gain more weight after quitting
16 Surgeons refine procedure for life-threatening congenital heart defect
17 Setting prices centrally, w/optimization yields higher profits than local pricing: INFORMS
18 Researchers detail carbon output from rivers and streams
19 Transplant recipients more likely to develop aggressive melanoma
20 New study examines the link between hospital care for self-harm and risk of death
21 Gestational diabetes: A diabetes predictor in fathers
22 High participation in small church groups has its downside, research shows
23 Study suggests Ontario nearing UN targets to help end AIDS epidemic
24 Biochemist studies oilseed plants for biofuel, industrial development
25 Birth factors may predict schizophrenia in genetic subtype of schizophrenia
26 Heat release from stagnant deep sea helped end last Ice Age
27 Dentists tapped for new role: Drug screenings
28 NIH study finds cutting dietary fat reduces body fat more than cutting carbs
29 New optical chip lights up the race for quantum computer
30 Sequestered prion protein takes the good mood away, suggests new hypothesis on depression
31 Humans responsible for demise of gigantic ancient mammals
32 New research reveals unintended consequences of using incorrect medical foods in managing patients
33 Cesarean section on request--The risks outweigh the benefits
34 One in 2 dies in hospital
35 Progress toward the perfect pea
36 New study reveals Tetris can block cravings
37 The role of B cells in the enhancement of pollen allergy
38 Black phosphorus surges ahead of graphene
39 Smoking ban linked to drop in stillbirths and newborn deaths
40 Diversity provides stability among the animals in the wild
41 How do continents break up?
42 Grammar: Eventually the brain opts for the easy route
43 Microbial companions of humans and animals are highly specialized
44 Methane, water enshroud nearby Jupiter-like exoplanet
45 New research helps explain why a deadly blood cancer often affects children with malaria
46 Team finds a better way to engineer therapeutic proteins into antibodies
47 Study: As days warm, RI emergency visits, deaths could rise
48 Astronomers discover 'young Jupiter' exoplanet
49 How beneficial bacteria protect intestinal cells
50 Guideline revised for assessment of children with disorders of sexual development
51 Screening for breast/ovarian cancer risk genes other than BRCA1/2 is clinically valuable
52 Researchers track the neural circuits driving a fly's choice of a mate
53 NIH-developed Epstein-Barr virus vaccine elicits potent neutralizing antibodies in animals
54 International team discovers the ancient origins of deadly Lassa virus
55 Fears of potentially blinding complication from Avastin eye injections overblown, says Penn study
56 Alert to biologists: Ribosomes can translate the 'untranslated region' of messenger RNA
57 Research examines relationship between autism and creativity
58 Chickenpox continues to decline in US thanks to vaccination
59 How do ants identify different members of their society?
60 What's lurking in your lungs? Surprising findings emerge from U-M microbiome research
61 More evidence supports that kids' headaches increase at back-to-school time
62 Programming and prejudice
63 African-Americans most likely to stop taking meds in Medicare Part D's coverage gap
64 Surprising discoveries about 2-D molybdenum disulfide
65 New survey on Americans' foreign policy priorities
66 Look at me! Forest-dwelling anoles 'glow' to attract attention
67 BESC creates microbe that bolsters isobutanol production
68 N/A
69 On Wikipedia, politically controversial science topics vulnerable to information sabotage
70 Newly discovered cells restore liver damage in mice without cancer risk
71 Can your brain control how it loses control?
72 Study shows how climate change threatens health
73 Rural Medicare beneficiaries receive less follow-up care
74 'Fishing expedition' nets nearly tenfold increase in number of sequenced virus genomes
75 Novel diagnostic tool for ethnically diverse non-small-cell lung cancer patients
76 Drexel engineers 'sandwich' atomic layers to make new materials for energy storage
77 Attosecond physics: Attosecond electron catapult
78 No link found between PTSD and cancer risk
79 Tdap booster vaccine rates triple at family care clinics using automated reminders
80 The protein that keeps cells static is found to play a key role in cell movement
81 Barry Callebaut, VIB and KU Leuven optimize cocoa fermentation process
82 Ancient British shores teemed with life--shows study by Bristol undergraduate
83 Young minds think alike--and older people are more distractible
84 The potential in your pond
85 Higher intelligence score means better physical performance
86 Newfound Jupiter-like exoplanet might hold the key to the rise of solar systems
87 Unlikely element turns up in enzyme; commercial renewable fuels might ultimately result
88 'Brainy' mice raise hope of better treatments for cognitive disorders
89 Vitamin D in teens: Don't overdo it, bad things might happen
90 Common group identity may motivate Americans to help integrate immigrants
91 Revealed--Helicobacter pylori's secret weapon
92 Scientists achieve major breakthrough in thin-film magnetism
93 The 'End of the high seas,' or we watch the seas die
94 Fallow deer are all about the bass when sizing up rivals
95 Color-changing polymer may signal traumatic brain injuries in soldiers, athletes (video)
96 Glass paint could keep metal roofs and other structures cool even on sunny days (video)
97 Eliminating water-borne bacteria with pages from the Drinkable Book could save lives
98 Securing data from tomorrow's supercomputers
99 Just 1 in 10 are referred for cardiac rehab after treatment for heart failure
100 Challenge to classic theory of 'organic' solar cells could improve efficiency
101 Fresh from the tree
102 NASA's LADEE spacecraft finds neon in lunar atmosphere
103 Health insurance websites show improved efforts to support patient decision making
104 Retinal changes may serve as measures of brain pathology in schizophrenia
105 'Jumping genes' unusually active in many gastrointestinal cancers, studies find
106 Vitamin D supplements could help reduce falls in homebound elderly
107 Study reveals effects of chemoradiation in brains of glioblastoma patients
108 Overcoming ethnic divides key to fueling stock market growth in emerging economies
109 Energy in chemical bonds and the plant-pollution connection
110 Controlling the uncontrollable