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1 The Worst Things to Feed Your Kids on a Road Trip
2 The Surprising Way Arguing with Your Partner Affects Your Health
3 This Balloon-in-a-Pill May Be a New Way to Lose Weight
4 More Americans Under 50 Are Getting Colon Cancer, Study Says
5 3 Babies Struck by Zika Virus Found to Have Vision Problems
6 Most Americans Think Burgers Are Healthy
7 Here's What It Really Feels like to Have Psoriasis
8 Amy Schumer to Body Shamers: "I Look Strong and Healthy"
9 Forget Flying Hungry: Tips for Packing TSA-Approved Foods
10 Why You Should Be Putting Lemonade in Your Coffee
11 Is Zika Really Going to Hit the U.S. this Summer? Some Experts Say No
12 Men Who Lose Y Chromosomes May Have Increased Alzheimer's Risk
13 FDA Approves Implant to Battle Opioid Addiction
14 A Healthy Lifestyle May Help Lower Genetic Breast Cancer Risk
15 Rare Antibiotic-Resistant Superbug Found in U.S. Woman
16 Healthy Lifestyle Habits Could Help Kids with ADHD, Study Says
17 Many Americans Don't Understand How They Could Catch Zika Virus, Poll Finds
18 Study Links Smoking During Pregnancy to Baby's Schizophrenia
19 Renewable energy surges to record levels around the world
20 Asteroids 'dumped water into molten Moon'
21 Thailand Tiger Temple: Forty dead cubs found in freezer
22 Holyrood to vote on fracking ban in environment debate
23 Baking soda 'sponge' could capture carbon emissions
24 The story of 'Eve' the Jurassic sea monster
25 DNA 'tape recorder' to trace cell history
26 Cooling technologies set to become red hot sector
27 Geologists revisit giant Zion landslide
28 Exxon: An inconvenient truth
29 Flexi-space room expansion complete
30 Australia removed from UN world heritage climate report
31 Gotthard tunnel: World's longest and deepest rail tunnel opens in Switzerland
32 University switches from Lancaster to Aberdeen aurora kit
33 Are gorillas a danger to people?
34 Swiss Gotthard rail tunnel--an engineering triumph
35 Alma telescope peers into space from Chile's mountains
36 Chicxulub 'dinosaur' crater drill project declared a success
37 EU referendum: Farmers split on the future
38 Tenants irked after apartment firm demanded Facebook 'likes'
39 British drone-freezing ray gets US airports trial
40 Periscope trolls to face 'instant jury'
41 Outlook and Hotmail flooded by spam
42 Xiaomi buys Microsoft smartphone patents
43 MySpace and Tumblr hit by 'mega breach'
44 Facebook copy briefly surfaces in North Korea
45 Micro Bit computer becomes a commercial product
46 Iran closes borders on messaging apps
47 Web firms pledge to tackle online hate speech
48 Why the plan to rename Pikachu has made Hong Kong angry
49 How happy chatbots could become our new best friends
50 How 'robo recruiters' could affect your job prospects
51 Is there a place for old tech in the 21st Century?
52 Smaller infant class size policy questioned by adviser
53 University strike: Give docked pay to student hardship funds, union says
54 Student loan payback petition tops 100,000 signatures
55 Numeracy rate falls among pupils in Scotland, latest figures show
56 Mental health support 'denied to children'
57 Cambridge University to remain with NUS
58 Child death inquiries will be overhauled, say ministers
59 Scots students face 'shocking' university access gap
60 A million more youngsters to live with parents, says Aviva
61 Exam regulator clamps down on re-marks
62 Pisa tests to include 'global skills' and cultural awareness
63 Scientists discover an inherited gene for MS
64 Cancer treatment for MS patients gives 'remarkable' results
65 India hospital transfusions infect thousands with HIV
66 Cigarette plain packs to 'go global'
67 Zika crisis: WHO seeks to allay fears over Rio Olympics
68 Infections resist 'last antibiotic' in US
69 Scots Ebola nurse Pauline Cafferkey 'may never run again'
70 Concern Zika causes baby eye problems
71 Teen cancer death rate causes alarm
72 Dr. Heimlich saves choking woman with manoeuvre he invented
73 The power of vaccinating pregnant women
74 Why I wrote about my wife's miscarriage
75 Zika: Africa 'reasonably well prepared'
76 Hate Exercise? How Talk Therapy May Help
77 How to Start an Exercise Routine and Stick to It
78 Swirling, Spinning Clouds Seen from Space
79 Stung for Science: Meet the Man Who Measures Pain
80 Calling All Kids! President Obama Wants Your Science and Tech Ideas
81 Hubble Telescope Captures Incredible Up-Close View of Mars
82 Ancient 'Mad Libs' Papyri Contain Evil Spells of Sex and Subjugation
83 Oscars for Science! Genius Gala Honors Jack Horner, Kip Thorne
84 What's Causing E-Cigs' Trail of Injuries?
85 How Safe Is Commercial Aviation, Really?
86 LHC Atom Smasher Opens Quantum Physics Floodgates
87 The Science of Intuition: How to Measure 'Hunches' and 'Gut Feelings'
88 VR at Cannes: How Will Virtual Reality Change Film?
89 Mysterious Mass Graves Hold Prisoners of Bloody 17th-Century Battle
90 How an Orangutan Became a Master of Tying Knots
91 Later, Gator: 'Monster' Nile Crocodiles May Be Invading Florida
92 Q&A with a Dinosaur Hunter: How Jack Horner Changed Paleontology
93 Light Behaving Badly: Strange Beams Reveal Hitch in Quantum Mechanics
94 Income Inequality: Is There a Grooming Gap?
95 How Short Bursts of Activity Can Get You Fit
96 Cuttlefish, Squid and Relatives Thrive in Warming Oceans
97 Short-Snouted Sea Monsters Evolved Rapidly After Wipeout
98 Why Processed Foods May Promote Gut Inflammation
99 Ugliest to Most Rock 'n' Roll: Top Newfound Species Named
100 'Poop Transplant' Changes Play Out Over Several Months, Study Finds
101 Shark Bay Bloodbath: 70 Sharks Devour a Humpback Whale
102 Insoles that Buzz Your Feet Could Improve Balance
103 5,000-Year-Old Chinese Beer Recipe Had Secret Ingredient
104 Superflares from the Sun May Have Sparked Life by Warming Earth
105 The Hefty Price of 'Study Drug' Misuse on College Campuses (Op-Ed)
106 Just How Short Can Your Workout Be?
107 Swallow this Robot: Foldable Droid Could Mend Stomachs
108 Why Does E=mc^2?
109 Physicist Kip Thorne Talks Black Holes at the Genius Gala Awards
110 Why Having the 'Ideal' Partner Doesn't Mean You'll Be Happy