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1 Use of arthroscopic hip surgery way up, but patient selection important for good outcome
2 Ocelot density in the Brazilian Amazon may be lower than expected
3 IRIS releases new imagery of Mercury transit
4 Scientists uncover novel therapeutic targets and candidate biomarkers in childhood cancers
5 Large-scale HIV vaccine trial to launch in South Africa
6 Study shows GMU's Lyme disease early-detection test is effective
7 NIST forensic scientist helps Vietnamese counterparts identify wartime remains
8 Calcium channels team up to activate excitable cells
9 Researchers shed light on pathway from virus to brain disease
10 To catch a poacher: GIS, drones can improve elephant conservation
11 Biomarker may predict endometrial cancer recurrences
12 Your friends have more friends than you do
13 Burial sites show how Nubians, Egyptians integrated communities thousands of years ago
14 New Berkeley Lab study tallies environmental and public health benefits of solar power
15 Early-capture HIV study allows for characterization of acute infection period
16 How depression and antidepressant drugs work
17 Fish can adapt some to warmer ocean waters, but not necessarily to extreme heat
18 What big eyes you have! Spider adaptation widened dietary net
19 Rhythm of 'detox' and feeding genes in fruitflies and mice coordinated by neuropeptide
20 Educational debt for emergency medicine bigger than average mortgage
21 UB research highlights strategies that can help foster children transition into new homes
22 Scientists discover the evolutionary link between protein structure and function
23 Research suggests new contributor to heart disease
24 Sylvester researchers develop novel, non-toxic approach to treating variety of cancers
25 No evidence that grit improves performance, Iowa State analysis finds
26 Panda poop study provides insights into microbiome, reproductive troubles
27 New study finds major earthquake threat from the Riasi fault in the Himalayas
28 Evidence of repeated rapid retreat of the East Antarctic ice sheet
29 OU team develops new antibiotic to fight MRSA
30 We'll leave the lights on for you
31 Could hepatitis C treatments help prevent virus transmission?
32 New data on the variability of the Earth's reflectance over the last 16 years
33 Study links student loans with lower net worth, housing values after college
34 How to calm an anxious mind
35 Colors of autism spectrum described by CanChild researchers
36 Mechanism for herbicide resistance in Palmer amaranth identified
37 Transsexual people are frequently victims of aggression and discrimination
38 Throwing fastballs may be linked to Tommy John surgery in MLB pitchers
39 Conventional radiation therapy may not protect healthy brain cells
40 Altered brain connectivity may explain cognitive impairment in pediatric leukemia survivors
41 Antidote to opioid drug overdoses could become more accessible
42 Novel lab test may advance diagnosis of rare but dangerous pregnancy condition
43 Ensuring artisanal Parmigiano Reggiano cheese is the real deal
44 Queen's University Belfast astronomers' starring role in first movie of the universe
45 Foreign language teachers facing a confidence conundrum
46 3-D-bioprinted placenta could lead to new treatments for preeclampsia
47 New study evaluates nicotine's relationship to body weight and food intake
48 Robots get creative to cut through clutter
49 You were right: Rotational motion is relative, too, Mr. Einstein!
50 Hot tubs and swimming pools are not as clean as you may think
51 How repeated spot microdischarges damage microdevices
52 Syracuse University chemists add color to chemical reactions
53 Bending hot molecules
54 Astrophysicists from the IAC discover an intense wind in the neighborhood of a black hole
55 NASA super pressure balloon begins globetrotting journey
56 Innovations are needed if Big Data is to boost jobs, says new research
57 No junk-food diet: Even in cities, bees find flowers and avoid processed sugars
58 Luminous proteins offer new method to discover viral infections
59 Kids who text and watch TV simultaneously likely to underperform at school
60 Stellar cannibalism transforms star into brown dwarf
61 Gentle strength for robots
62 New type of graphene-based transistor will increase the clock speed of processors
63 HIV: Identification of receptors in patients spontaneously controlling infection
64 Supernova reserve fuel tank clue to big parents
65 UK first heart operations using novel system at Leicester
66 Syphilis infections on the rise in Europe
67 Mille-feuille-filter removes viruses from water
68 Ramizol: A new treatment for Clostridium difficile associated disease
69 Stellar mystery deepens
70 Strategies for dealing with the cuckoo mafia
71 New drug combination shows promise for resistant leukemia
72 New horned dinosaur species with 'spiked shield' identified by Canadian Museum of Nature
73 Harnessing engineered slippery surfaces for tissue repair
74 Staying a step ahead of cancer
75 Carnegie Mellon develops bio-mimicry method for preparing and labeling stem cells
76 Hard water linked to risk of eczema in infants
77 USF scientists discover Antarctic sponge extract can help kill MRSA
78 Immediate aspirin after mini-stroke substantially reduces risk of major stroke
79 Compared with men, women with AFib have more symptoms, worse quality of life, although higher survival
80 How will the next leader of WHO tackle future health emergencies?
81 Digital health intervention does not lower heart attack risk
82 The Lancet & the Lancet Psychiatry: One-third of global burden of mental illness occurs in China and India, experts highlight need for action
83 ADHD in young adulthood examined in JAMA Psychiatry studies
84 First evidence of icy comets orbiting a sun-like star
85 Yale study: How antibodies access neurons to fight infection
86 Scientists predict extensive ice loss from huge Antarctic glacier
87 Sexual transmission involved in tail end of Ebola epidemic
88 ADHD may emerge after childhood for some people, according to new study
89 Two-pronged attack on chemotherapy-resistant leukemia cells
90 Genital size doesn't matter--for fish
91 High blood pressure linked to vascular dementia
92 Drug used for pain, anxiety may be linked to birth defects
93 Less decline than expected in brain, spine defects after folic acid fortification program
94 Some antibiotics may worsen complications in transplant patients
95 Pursuing the destruction of HIV-infected cells
96 Pregnant mothers may shield unborn young from damage and risk their own mortality
97 How viruses infect bacteria: A tale of a tail
98 A beautiful instance of stellar ornamentation
99 New horned dinosaur had spikes at back of neck shield
100 Ocelot density in the Brazilian Amazon may be lower than expected
101 New species of horned dinosaur with a spiked 'shield'
102 Common antimicrobial agent rapidly disrupts gut bacteria
103 How your brain learns to ride the subway--and why AI developers care
104 Hornbills in the Kalahari desert may keep cool by losing heat through their beaks
105 First national study of US parks finds low use by adults, seniors and females
106 Antimicrobial in common toothpaste doesn't impact gut, oral microbiome
107 Habitat quality drives birds' reproductive success
108 Inhaled steroids may increase risk of nontuberculous mycobacteria lung disease
109 Middle East Respiratory Syndrome associated with higher mortality, more severe illness
110 Early introduction of allergenic foods reduces risk of food sensitization