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1 Curse Tablets Found in 2,400-Year-Old Grave
2 Ancient Burials Revealed at Mysterious Plain of Jars
3 Medieval Whip Used by Self-Flagellating Monks Found
4 Even Founding Fathers Worried About Democracy
5 Viking Site in Canada Hinted by Satellite Data
6 Fewer than 250 Rare Pigs Left on Indonesian Island
7 Hunters Kill 15-Foot, 800-Pound Alligator
8 Stone Age Humans Brought Deer to Scotland by Sea
9 Tigers Declared 'Functionally Extinct' in Cambodia
10 Green Sea Turtles of Florida, Mexico No Longer Endangered
11 Bats Hear Just Fine, Despite Noisy Lives
12 White Alligator at Houston Zoo Ready for Retirement
13 Sumatran Rhino Dies Weeks After Landmark Discovery
14 Inflammatory factors cause damage to back of eye following keratoprosthesis implantation
15 Gender perceptions of sexual harassment can influence workplace policy effectiveness
16 New role identified for scars at the site of injured spinal cord
17 Spending that fits personality can boost well-being
18 More guidelines, uniformity in RT needed following chemotherapy, surgery in breast cancer
19 Oil and gas wastewater disposal may harm West Virginia waterways
20 New survey on American attitudes toward Zika virus finds limited awareness or concern
21 Methods used to create textiles also could help manufacture human tissues
22 US Forest Service experimental forests chosen for US-China climate initiative
23 Primate evolution in the fast lane
24 Catalyst could make production of key chemical more eco-friendly
25 Nanoparticles show promise for treating intestinal inflammation, study finds
26 USC Roski Eye Institute researchers publish largest Chinese American eye study
27 No more broken hearts
28 Function of mysterious RNAs may often lie in their genes
29 News: Report shows how to say goodbye to harmful algal bloom
30 Dynamic model helps understand healthy lakes to heal sick ones
31 New predictive tool for assessing breast cancer risk
32 UCI study finds safer stem cell-derived therapy for brain radiation recovery
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34 Oregon researchers use light and sound waves to control electron states
35 Six to 10 million years ago: Ice-free summers at the North Pole
36 New low-cost workforce extends primary care to homes of older adults
37 What social media data could tell us about the future
38 Practitioners' views on submission and dominant sex
39 UW team stores digital images in DNA--and retrieves them perfectly
40 Paper critically examines the politics of asylum accommodation in the UK
41 'Why do wasps attack?' and other chemistry questions answered (video)
42 Young arthritis patients have unique concerns about treatment
43 Review examines functioning, disability, and health in autistic patients
44 Undergraduates survey cultural tourists' attitudes and visual advertising in Malta
45 New report identifies 6 practices to improve health care for disadvantaged populations
46 Men on Tinder think they have a 'license to use unattractive women as they see fit'
47 CNIO scientists discover a new mechanism of resistance to chemotherapy
48 Heavy drinking endangers the health of liver transplants
49 Top soccer players are under-performing because of gambling, research says
50 NIH launches large clinical trials of antibody-based HIV prevention
51 Canadian cardiologists advocate guidelines for athlete screening before sports events
52 Subclinical epileptic bursts in the brain may affect patients' driving
53 Louisiana Tech University students recognized for 'green' research
54 Bone weathering helps determine time of death
55 Can corals keep up with ocean acidification?
56 Study: Daily deal websites can capitalize by displaying sales numbers
57 Open operations for gallbladder removal drop 90 percent at 1 institution over 30 years
58 Mobility and motivation: Job switching stokes competitive behavior
59 Gray matter abnormality predicts neurodevelopmental problems in smaller premature babies
60 Study suggests epiregulin as a target in lung cancer
61 Wine yeast genomes lack diversity
62 Drop in body temperature linked to aging aggravates manifestations of Alzheimer's disease
63 Technique may reduce complications in elderly patients undergoing bladder cancer surgery
64 Do differences in anatomy matter for achieving orgasm?
65 Quantum effects affect the best superconductor
66 Climate change may reduce vulnerable salmon populations
67 Cancer thwarts treatment by 'stealing' blood vessels
68 Research into the correlation between beauty and body size shows that women are the harshest judges
69 The pool frog adapts its growth to Sweden's cold temperatures
70 Marine reserves are critical for coral reef resilience
71 Scientists at TU Dresden discover new phenomenon in the field of gas-solid interactions
72 Half of Syrians living in Germany favor ceiling
73 When will a neutron star collapse to a black hole?
74 Exotic quantum effects can govern the chemistry around us
75 Ensuring the integrity of our genetic material during reproduction
76 Ivacaftor improves smooth muscle function in cystic fibrosis patients
77 Study characterizes insulin secretion in response to metabolic stress
78 From IT to black holes: Nano-control of light pioneers new paths
79 Researchers combine drugs to develop a new treatment for human parainfluenza virus
80 CCTSI's Boot Camp Translation cuts medical jargon, improves community health
81 Report recommends ways to break cycle of domestic violence
82 Report recommends ways to break cycle of domestic violence
83 Protein SIRT5 linked to healthy heart function
84 Vaccine improves fibrosis in mouse model of idiopathic pulmonary fibrosis
85 Improving models of chronic lymphocytic leukemia
86 Combination therapy for acute lymphoblastic leukemia
87 Penn engineers develop first transistors made entirely of nanocrystal 'inks'
88 Murine model provides insight into mechanisms of reverse cardiac remodeling
89 Prevention of sickle cell disease progression in adult mice
90 Calpain 14 overexpression underlies loss of barrier function in eosinophilic esophagitis
91 Microbes take center stage in workings of 'the river's liver'
92 Speaking 2 languages for the price of 1
93 Researchers help explain why we favor a black and white approach to morality
94 Study identifies mechanisms underlying osteochondroma formation
95 Penn study brings new understanding to how fundamental DNA sequences govern gene activity
96 NIH study finds protein may be responsible for damage in eosinophilic esophagitis
97 Detailed analysis of autism-associated genes finds involvement in key pathways, processes
98 Middle-aged adults with hearing loss have substantially higher health care costs
99 Study shows effectiveness of earplugs in preventing temporary hearing loss after loud music
100 'Liquid biopsy' blood test detects genetic mutations in common form of lung cancer
101 Fresh insights into early human embryo development
102 Fruit flies live longer on lithium
103 Test run finds no cancer risk from stem cell therapy
104 Canadian innovation for killing mosquito eggs could help Zika fight
105 Special issue: Cancer metastasis
106 New cloud measurements are predicting a warmer climate
107 Public understanding of genetics can reduce stereotypes
108 Predicting a person's distinct brain connectivity
109 Brief face-to-face talk can shift anti-transgender attitudes
110 Reducing food waste could help mitigate climate change