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1 Most gay men not aware of treatment to protect them from HIV
2 Clean water-treatment option targets sporadic outbreaks
3 Strange 'chimeras' defy science's understanding of human genetics
4 Transgender women who begin hormone therapy more likely to quit smoking
5 Leadership expert says political skills important to leader satisfaction
6 Online software helps citizen scientists solve real-world problems
7 Heavy hitters: Obesity rate soars among professional baseball players
8 E-cigarette vapor does not cause oxidative stress in viable lung epithelial cells
9 PharmaMarch shows new clinical data on Yondelis and lurbinectedin at ESMO 2016
10 Solving the problem of glare
11 Electrons in graphene behave like light, only better
12 E-cigarette vapor non-toxic to human lung cells in lab tests
13 Physicists 'dissolve' water in an emerald
14 Reservoirs are a major source of greenhouse gases
15 New discoveries offer critical information for improving crop yield
16 Believing that others understand helps us feel that we do--even when we don't
17 Bragging as a strategy: What boasting buys, and costs, a candidate
18 Urban warming slows tree growth, photosynthesis
19 Scientists speed up muscle repair--could fight dystrophy
20 Food scientists: We can detect much more food fraud
21 Planet formation: The death of a planet nursery?
22 Understanding of norms: Children overeagerly seeking social rules
23 Non-toxic solvent removes barrier to commercialization of perovskite solar cells
24 Scavenger cells repair muscle fibers
25 Roundworms even more useful than researchers previously thought
26 EBV-derived microRNAs silence immune alarm signals of the host cell
27 Study shows infants pay more attention to native speakers
28 Jetlag is given the swerve by adjusting meal times on the ground, find researchers
29 Eating your greens could enhance sport performance
30 New method to detect aging cells developed by researchers
31 'Virtual physiotherapist' helps paralyzed patients exercise using computer games
32 Here's looking at you--finding allies through facial cues
33 Retroviral diseases: Children who keep HIV in check
34 Thousands of illegally traded wild animals at risk due to gaps in data
35 Researchers found unexpected biogeographical boundaries in Amazonia
36 Flying jewels spell death for tarantulas: Study of a North American spider fly genus
37 Absolute structure determination: Pushing the limits
38 Hebrew University study reveals a biological link between stress and obesity
39 Your next nurse could be a robot
40 Vitamin E may prevent pneumonia in nonsmoking elderly men
41 New technique for quickly diagnosing breastfeeding pain developed by Ben-Gurion U.
42 Alternative treatment approaches may be needed for some children with asthma
43 Researchers call for global grand challenge strategy to develop clean energy
44 Good relationships with parents may benefit children's health decades later
45 Smartphone microscope creates interactive tool for microbiology
46 Wireless 'data center on a chip' aims to cut energy use
47 Citrus greening disease pathogen has gut-wrenching effect on insect vector
48 Atlantic Ocean's slowdown tied to changes in the Southern Hemisphere
49 IRCM researchers explain how evolution has equipped our hands with 5 fingers
50 A tough day could erase the perks of choosing 'good' fat sources, study finds
51 Schools use corporal punishment more on children who are black or have disabilities
52 First results on semen quality from the world's oldest group of ICSI men
53 Pokemon Go and the potential for increased accidents
54 A better blood sugar test for diabetes
55 Corporal punishment is still legal in US public schools in 19 states
56 College job market to continue torrid pace
57 Suicides under crisis services lead to concerns over pressures on mental health care
58 Past climate linked to mammal communities today
59 New evidence supports biological link between Zika infection, Guillain-Barre Syndrome
60 Study finds wide hospital variation in medicare expenditures to treat surgical complications
61 Perinatal risk factors linked with higher risk of obsessive compulsive disorder
62 Research details industry payments to dermatologists
63 Scientists devise a more accurate way to gauge blood sugar averages in diabetes
64 Studies identify differences underlying the airway responses of patients with asthma
65 Mayo Clinic researchers map prostate cancer relapse using C-11 choline PET and MRI
66 The adolescent brain is adapted to learning
67 Brain study reveals how teens learn differently than adults
68 Students of all races prefer teachers of color, finds NYU Steinhardt study
69 Maximum human lifespan has already been reached, Einstein researchers conclude
70 For normal heart function, look beyond the genes
71 One-pot synthesis towards sulfur-based organic semiconductors
72 Using satellite images to better target vaccination
73 Using oxygen as a tracer of galactic evolution
74 Vaccinating babies without vaccinating babies
75 Breast milk protein safely reduces hospital infections in preemies
76 How airlines are cutting their carbon footprint
77 Survey--most Americans better informed, often rely on instincts to navigate info environment
78 How gecko feet got sticky
79 Speedy bacteria detector could help prevent foodborne illnesses
80 Loner spiders prevail as pioneers
81 Patients diagnosed late with HIV infection are more likely to transmit HIV to others
82 Methane muted: How did early Earth stay warm?
83 Smallest-reported artificial virus could help advance gene therapy
84 Coffee-infused foam removes lead from contaminated water
85 Adults with disabilities on Medicaid wait list most likely to have unmet service needs
86 African-American organ transplant recipients at risk for skin cancer
87 Yeast gene rapidly evolves to attack viruses, researchers find
88 Beer eases final moments for euthanized invertebrates, study finds
89 New method provides a tool to develop nematode-resistant soybean varieties
90 Hubble detects giant 'cannonballs' shooting from star
91 Research finds that birds behave like human musicians
92 When things go wrong after surgery, a patient's fate & bills can vary widely by hospital
93 Meeting demand for 'natural' vanilla calls for creativity
94 Pitt scientists identify how repair protein finds DNA damage
95 IU scientists discover 'supramolecule' that could help reduce nuclear, agricultural waste
96 Holographic imaging and deep learning diagnose malaria
97 Food waste could store solar and wind energy
98 Shedding light on the limits of the expanded genetic code
99 PSA for prostate screening unaffected by changes in screening guidelines
100 Study: Hospital rankings may rely on faulty data
101 Are prosthetic interventions for transtibial amputees cost effective?
102 30-day hospital readmission is a poor measure of quality
103 Safety data support human testing of hematopoietic stem cell gene therapy for mucopolysaccharid I
104 Penn Vet-CHOP partnership probes link between cattle and Crohn's disease
105 Novel tensor mining tool to enable automated modeling described in big data
106 Brain's biological clock stimulates thirst before sleep
107 Socioeconomics play key role in Arctic Search and Rescue
108 Iowa State researchers fabricate microfibers for single-cell studies, tissue engineering
109 UV light disinfection significantly reduces Clostridium difficile incidence
110 Therapists more likely to call back 'Allison' than 'Lakisha' promoting services
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