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1 Light exposure and kids' weight: Is there a link?
2 Put the cellphone away: Fragmented baby care can affect brain development
3 Valuing your time more than money is linked to happiness
4 Brain can be trained to regulate negative emotions, study shows
5 'Twins' of superstar Eta Carinae found in other galaxies
6 Globular clusters could host interstellar civilizations
7 Bacteria, electrons spin in similar patterns
8 Runaway stars leave infrared waves in space
9 Melting of massive ice 'lid' resulted in huge release of carbon dioxide at the end of the ice age
10 Toxins found in fracking fluids and wastewater, study shows
11 Droughts hit cereal crops harder since 1980s
12 Biological 'clock' discovered in sea turtle shells
13 Epigenetic regulation of metastatic breast cancer progression may guide prognosis, future therapy
14 Gun, fire, motor vehicle safety practices linked to parents' depressive symptoms
15 New antithrombotic guideline update for treatment of VTE disease
16 Scientists test new strategy that could help fight ovarian cancer
17 Teens with autism and caregivers should plan early for adulthood
18 One in four kids sexually harassed by friends online
19 Religious beliefs don't always lead to violence
20 Molecular mechanism responsible for a neurodegenerative disease discovered
21 Eat less and be happy: Is it possible?
22 Is your toddler ready for reading lessons?
23 People face subconscious urges to over-eat in winter, research shows
24 The waiter's weight: Heavy waiters mean heavier meals
25 UAE desert sand can store solar energy up to 1000íC
26 Researchers gauge quantum properties of nanotubes, essential for next-gen electronics
27 Researchers ride new sound wave to health discovery
28 Tiny 'flasks' speed up chemical reactions
29 Rover rounds Martian dune to get to the other side
30 Rotational clock for stars needs recalibration
31 Mysterious radio signals from space are much better test of Einstein's General Relativity
32 Astronomers find new way to measure the pull of gravity at the surface of distant stars
33 Robots and humans: Who's the master?
34 Nanowalls for smartphones
35 New material for detecting photons captures more quantum information
36 Remote-controlled robot inspects suitcase bombs
37 Were Panamanian islanders dolphin hunters?
38 A carbon sink that can't be filled
39 Trees employ similar strategies to outcompete their neighbors
40 Love hertz
41 Overcoming hurdles to climate change adaptation in the Arctic
42 Heart is fishy defense against ocean's Dead Zones
43 Toward liquid fuels from carbon dioxide
44 Redirected flood waters lead to unintended consequences
45 Archaeological discovery yields surprising revelations about Europe's oldest city
46 Let's go wild: How ancient communities resisted new farming practices
47 Fossilized last meal reflects spiral-shaped intestine
48 King Kong was inflexible: The giant ape went extinct 100,000 years ago, due to its inability to adapt
49 Cancer death rate continues steady drop
50 Mexico's murder rate led to decrease in men's average life expectancy in first decade
51 Medicaid tobacco cessation: Big gaps remain in efforts to get smokers to quit
52 Wage gap could explain why women are more likely to be anxious, depressed than men
53 Children's ADHD symptoms and peer relationships influence each other over time
54 Helping children at high risk for aggressive behavior found to have long-term benefits
55 In US, poverty dampens genetic influence on IQ
56 Swiss students are not fond of brain-doping
57 Premium-based financial incentives did not motivate obese employees to lose weight
58 Less financial burden for cancer patients with paid sick leave, study finds
59 Preventing diabetes at the office
60 Unhealthy choices cost company health care plans billions of dollars
61 New Year's resolution: switch diet to improve sleep and get fit
62 The search for a safer polio vaccine in a polio-free world
63 Research finds parents can play a role in preventing teen fighting
64 3-D footage of nematode brains links neurons with motion and behavior
65 Travel distance is still a barrier to breast reconstruction after mastectomy
66 Bipolar disorder linked to inherited differences in sleep patterns
67 How healthy foods could lead to overeating
68 Bond villains, neurosurgery and facial recognition
69 Maternal and infant microbiomes affect offspring's later-life disease risk
70 Emergency Contraception: What Is the Morning-After Pill?
71 New report reveals UK GPs lack confidence in diagnosing eye conditions
72 Do your email habits impact your psychological health?
73 Smoking is damaging your pet's health, researchers warn
74 Three hits to fight lung cancer
75 Sylvester researchers describe role of STING protein in development of colorectal cancer
76 Creating safer polio vaccine strains for the post-eradication era
77 What are the risks of giving birth inside and outside a hospital setting?
78 Gene editing improves muscle function in mice with Duchenne muscular dystrophy
79 Bottles and cans of alcoholic drinks should include calorie count signs
80 U.S. Food & Drug Administration grants orphan drug designation to Pluristem's PLX-PAD cells for treatment of severe preeclampsia
81 Festival organisers should put safety first
82 FDA approved investigational new drug for NBTXR3 in a new clinical study in prostate cancer
83 Dipraglurant receives orphan drug designation from the FDA for levodopa-induced dyskinesia associated with Parkinson's disease
84 Artificial pancreas to undergo long-term clinical tests
85 Cancer drug discovery gets a boost from large 3D database
86 5 year olds eat and drink their body weight in sugar every year
87 Quickly identifying tumors by using antibodies
88 Could bug-busting viruses control food poisoning?
89 Chronic traumatic encephalopathy in 25-year-old former football player
90 Study links high sugar intake to increased risk of breast cancer
91 Does more vitamin D increase the risk of falls?
92 Racial bias may be conveyed by doctors' body language
93 New imaging technique will save lives and money
94 FDA strengthens requirements for surgical mesh for the transvaginal repair of pelvic organ prolapse to address safety risks
95 Prostate surgery patients may have unrealistic expectations concerning their recovery
96 Infectious diseases bring millions of elderly to emergency departments each year
97 US emergency departments face serious drug shortages
98 Poor transparency and reporting jeopardize the reproducibility of science
99 Asymptomatic cardiovascular disease is prevalent and occurs earlier in adult survivors of childhood cancer
100 Public health experts say some patients may benefit from routine physical exams
101 25 weeks pregnant: your pregnancy week by week
102 School meals more nutritious, thanks to revised standards
103 The neuroscience of 'happy' and 'sad' jazz improvisation
104 Clues to Irish origins revealed by genome sequencing
105 Using genes to understand the brain's building blocks
106 Scientists find minor flu strains pack bigger punch
107 Recurrent acute and chronic pancreatitis in children has high disease burden, health care costs
108 Tumor suppressor gene promotes some colorectal cancers
109 Diabetes in UK tops 4 million
110 Newer blood pressure drugs as safe and effective as older therapies