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1 Gamblers more prone to violent behavior
2 High quality evidence suggests vitamin D can reduce asthma attacks
3 Resolution of inflammation: The missing key to improve heart failure prognosis?
4 Tulane researchers find other layers of immunity in TB/HIV co-infections
5 New HIF-2 kidney cancer therapy more effective than current treatment, study shows
6 During drought, dry air can stress plants more than dry soil
7 New genus of bacteria found living inside hydraulic fracturing wells
8 Latest ocean warming review reveals extent of impacts on nature and humans
9 Deaths from ovarian cancer decline worldwide due to oral contraceptive use
10 Good microcirculation indicates increased lifespan
11 Study opens door to targeted treatments for esophageal cancer
12 Increased risk of pneumococcal pneumonia with hospital admission during school holidays
13 Early life exposure to antibiotics is related to increased risk of allergies later in life
14 Obesity linked to improved survival in kidney
15 Brain circuit that drives sleep-wake states, sleep-preparation behavior is identified
16 Study: Earth's carbon points to planetary smashup
17 Warmer, wetter climate would impair California grasslands
18 Protein subunit found to rescue afflicted neurons in Huntington's disease
19 Lizard study finds global warming data not enough to predict animal extinction
20 Study: Future drought will offset benefits of higher CO2 on soybean yields
21 The Lancet: Benralizumab injections reduce exacerbations in severe, uncontrolled asthma, according to 2 trials
22 Device rapidly measures growth of single cells simultaneously
23 Biochemists' discovery could lead to vaccine against 'flesh-eating' bacteria
24 Grassland tuned to present suffers in a warmer future
25 From DNA to disease, study describes rare, new brain disorder
26 Promising drug leads identified to combat heart disease
27 Proposal for first validating antibody specificity strategies to publish in Nature Methods
28 Heavy burden of EHRs could contribute to physician burnout
29 Four out of 6 great apes one step away from extinction--IUCN Red List
30 Lung cancer patients whose tumor has spread to the brain could be spared radiotherapy
31 New research method questions traditional efficacy trial model
32 The Lancet: Whole brain radiotherapy offers little benefit to people whose lung cancer has spread to the brain, despite its widespread use
33 Cardioprotective drug helps prevent long-term heart damage in children receiving chemotherapy
34 Study suggests physical activity reduces anxiety and depression in patients with COPD
35 Reduced fetal size linked to increased asthma risk and reduced lung function in children
36 Small study shows the effects of smoking on reducing calorie intake
37 Childhood BMI linked with asthma hospital admissions, but differs between men and women
38 IUCN-led panel finds critically endangered whales in Russia recovering
39 Artificial intelligence could improve diagnostic power of lung function tests
40 Asthma gene's effect on respiratory symptoms in infancy depends on breastfeeding status
41 Experts warn booming seaweed industry
42 The supernova that wasn't: A tale of 3 cosmic eruptions
43 Global study shows link between fertilizer and plant diversity
44 Personnel selection, training could mitigate effects of cognitive lock-up in automation operators
45 NASA's SDO witnesses a double eclipse
46 For first time, carbon nanotube transistors outperform silicon
47 'Materials that compute' advances as Pitt engineers demonstrate pattern recognition
48 HFES Annual Meeting presentations to focus on human factors in cyber security
49 3-D graphene has promise for bio applications
50 Early-onset spring models may indicate 'nightmare' for ag
51 Study validates TGen-developed test for health care-acquired infections
52 The great tit, Parus major, does better in the countryside
53 New model could help improve prediction of outbreaks of Ebola and Lassa fever
54 Crop domestication is a balancing act
55 DNA structure influences the function of transcription factors
56 A strange thing happened in the stratosphere
57 Rural Nepal: Despite evidence that hospital births are safer, poverty keeps women home
58 Researchers document first-ever evidence of white-tailed deer declines from CWD
59 Babies chew on subtle social, cultural cues at mealtime
60 New knowledge about the building blocks of life
61 EEG recordings prove learning foreign languages can sharpen our minds
62 Osteoporosis: Antibody crystallized
63 Hereditary diseases are the price of protection against infections
64 Parametric analysis on collapse-resistance performance of reinforced-concrete frame with specially shaped columns under loss of a corner column
65 Placenta in females, muscle mass in males: The dual heritage of a virus
66 Babies born with a low birth weight may be less active in later life
67 Luminous heart cells: Jellyfish proteins assist in heart rhythm disorder research
68 Living with dementia: Life story work proves successful
69 London air pollution policies are starting to have impact, but more work to be done
70 Trauma patient deaths peak at 2 weeks
71 New light on the complex nature of 'hot Jupiter' atmospheres
72 One vent just isn't enough for some volcanoes
73 Edible dormice: High food availability slows down cell aging
74 Circulating immune cells as biomarkers for idiopathic pulmonary fibrosis
75 The Genesis Project: New life on exoplanets
76 Low-cost and defect-free graphene
77 Memory for future wearable electronics
78 Encouraging decrease in certain antibiotic resistance levels of gonococci across Europe
79 X chromosome: The structure makes the difference
80 Important signaling pathway for leukemia cells discovered
81 Latest findings from human factors research on automation in vehicles to be presented
82 'Ghost snake' discovered in Madagascar
83 Insilico Medicine to co-organize and present new research data at the Aging Forum at BLSW
84 A new technique opens up advanced solar cells
85 Study shows extreme preemies must watch blood sugars and weight
86 Discovery offers hope for new Crohn's disease treatment
87 Peru signals space ambitions with Earth-monitoring satellite
88 US toughens rules for clinical-trial transparency
89 DNA heist that wasn't sparks data questions
90 Elephant history rewritten by ancient genomes
91 Human skeleton found on famed Antikythera shipwreck
92 China-only science prize honours pathologist and experimental physicist
93 How cats conquered the world (and a few Viking ships)
94 US sharpens surveillance of crippling solar storms
95 Tardigrade protein helps human DNA withstand radiation
96 US government approves controversial drug for muscular dystrophy
97 Titanic clash over CRISPR patents turns ugly
98 Human remains found in hobbit cave
99 Mass production of review articles is cause for concern
100 Low Arctic ice, Monsanto takeover, and the longest lightning strike
101 Facebook couple commits $3 billion to cure disease
102 Is science only for the rich?
103 Science and inequality
104 Science's 1%: How income inequality is getting worse in research
105 Geneticists attempt to heal rifts with Aboriginal communities
106 Worldwide brain-mapping project sparks excitement--and concern
107 Deep-sea microbes, simple medical diagnostic tools and complex computing win 2016 MacArthur 'genius grants'
108 US clampdown on clinical-trial reporting is long overdue
109 More accountability for big-data algorithms
110 Religion and science can have a true dialogue
111 Income inequality is cyclical
112 End class wars
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