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1 Nearly naked black hole lost its 'clothes' to a gravity rip tide
2 The alien world that's being vaporised by a death ray
3 Find exomoons by watching how they warp their planet's light
4 You can touch the heart of physics without doing the hard bits
5 Nano-camera lens reveals the hidden mirror world of molecules
6 Huge newfound deposit of helium will keep MRI scanners running
7 Neutrinos hint at why antimatter didn't blow up the universe
8 Time for more 2016: leap second will be added to year's end
9 Cochlear implants boosted by gene therapy plus tiny LEDs
10 Shocking beauty: The unexpected charms of the high-voltage lab
11 Our audience with the Pope revealed how glitz funds medicine
12 High antidepressant use could lead to UK public health disaster
13 Got dandruff? The bacteria living on your head might be to blame
14 Computer glitch has led to incorrect advice on statins
15 Embryo protein may warn before miscarriage and pre-eclampsia
16 Did Google's NHS patient data deal need ethical approval?
17 Doctors of America, you are free to counsel patients about guns
18 Lethal injections under threat after US drug firm pulls plug
19 Microbiomania: The truth behind the hype about our bodily bugs
20 Cancel the Olympic Games in Brazil because of Zika? No way
21 Why would scientists want to build human genomes from scratch?
22 Magic mushroom ingredient tested as depression treatment
23 Health gurus, show us the evidence for your diet advice
24 Cure: Can the power of our minds help us heal ourselves?
25 Twins' close bond makes them more likely to live to retirement
26 Sewage reveals crystal meth use has doubled in Australia
27 Green light found to ease the pain of migraine
28 Gut bacteria influence the birth of new brain cells in mice
29 Can food get you high? We try a meal of psychoactive substances
30 Breaking bad sniffles: Crystal meth made cold medicine rubbish
31 Let's take a knife to the world's rising tide of type 2 diabetes
32 Zika is now on the doorstep of Africa and the US mainland
33 How mental health needs sleep--and vice versa
34 How to nap like a pro
35 How to sleep better
36 5 tips for beating insomnia
37 Can you cheat the sleep system with a smart napping schedule?
38 Can you catch up on missed sleep?
39 How much sleep do you really need?
40 So many reasons why sleep is too important to miss
41 Sleep better to be better. It's a no-brainer for doctors
42 What does 'natural' mean? Time to ditch a dangerous concept
43 Two-way trust is needed to make the most of health data
44 Why you don't want your boss to help with your health
45 Official dietary advice on fat and sugar challenged
46 5 sleep disorders you didn't know existed
47 Alzheimer's may be caused by brain's sticky defense against bugs
48 See-through brains reveal memory pathways for pleasure and fear
49 Blogging cells tell their stories using CRISPR gene editing
50 Not all surgeons follow checklists that prevent bad mistakes
51 UK to trial HPV vaccine in gay men but no plans yet for all boys
52 Drop in Google searches reveals success of chickenpox vaccine
53 Vaccines might be able to stop Alzheimer's plaques from forming
54 Relax--your phone probably isn't going to give you cancer
55 NHS could soon use smart outfit to diagnose epilepsy
56 No disease, no natural conception, no mind of your own. Excited?
57 WHO warned there will be more Zika cases if Olympics go ahead
58 Bacterial RNA-editing tool could disable viruses or halt disease
59 Stem cell brain injections let people walk again after stroke
60 Failing livers transformed into healthy organs by virus therapy
61 Face it, the Olympics won't be axed. We need to Zika-proof them
62 Prince's overdose: How painkillers unleashed a deadly epidemic
63 Human-pig chimeras are being grown--what will they let us do?
64 Fat vs. carbs: What's really worse for your health?
65 Genetic test predicts your success in life, but not happiness
66 Blowing hot air: Are wind farms really bad for your health?
67 Artificial genome could create a 'blank slate' human template
68 Let's revisit the consensus on fat, carbs and health
69 The bizarre beauty of the objects that might save your life
70 'Three-parent baby' success could see trials in two years
71 Souped-up 'gene drives' may help eliminate pests and diseases
72 If antidepressants don't work well, why are they so popular?
73 Extreme cure for MS reboots immune system--but can be fatal
74 No, eating baby food is not a solution to the obesity epidemic
75 'People said I was mad': Why I chose extreme treatment for my MS
76 Orlando massacre prompts call to ease gay blood donor rules
77 Hormone injection lets aging muscles run harder and longer
78 'Stomach tap' to let obese people empty their gut after eating
79 First monkey genetically engineered to have Parkinson's created
80 Radical MS treatment is cure or kill
81 Monkey experiments are a necessary evil for better medicine
82 We now have the tech to fingerprint babies--but should we?
83 Is proton beam therapy really a game-changing cancer treatment?
84 Command and cure: We don't need to edit genomes to control them
85 Microbubbles open brain's barrier to make chemo more effective
86 It's harder than you might think to appreciate silence
87 WADA report shows tricks Russian athletes use to skip drug tests
88 'Daisy-chain' gene drive vanishes after only a few generations
89 Subsidised egg freezing isn't the answer to Japan's birth rate
90 Microbial mass extinctions were kicked off by human evolution
91 Hundreds of genes seen sparking to life two days after death
92 High-fibre diet may protect against peanut allergy
93 A yellow fever epidemic has hit central Africa. Is Asia next?
94 First human CRISPR trial given go-ahead: your questions answered
95 Fixed by light: Flick a switch to banish pain and blindness
96 Zika virus prompts increase in unsafe abortions in Latin America
97 New life form discovered in saliva is linked to human disease
98 Male infertility cure will be gateway to editing our kids' genes
99 Tourists pick up antibiotic-resistance genes in just two days
100 Supreme Court strikes down abortion restrictions in Texas
101 Huge newfound deposit of helium will keep MRI scanners running
102 Zika vaccine protects mice, but may increase risk of dengue
103 Ark of the immortals: The future-proof plan to freeze out death
104 9 things you need to know about cryogenically freezing your body
105 Filthy Romans: Dirty secrets of the bath-obsessed ancients
106 Gene editing could destroy herpes viruses living inside you
107 Virtual reality lets you stroll around a breast cancer cell
108 Gut bacteria spotted eating brain chemicals for the first time
109 It's safe to prescribe fewer antibiotics for coughs and colds
110 Put the butter knife down and step away from the 'sat fat'