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1 Caffeine may complicate blood pressure treatment and diagnosis
2 Heatwaves, cold snaps may raise preterm birth risk
3 Breast-feeding may reduce asthma symptoms for at-risk infants
4 10 Simple Remedies for Earache
5 Liver cancer risk influenced by blood selenium levels
6 Language learning boosts brain plasticity and ability to code new information
7 Yoga, acupuncture effective for chronic pain management
8 Babies and mealtime: Food selection is more social than nutritional
9 Nasal Spray Addiction: Is It a Cause for Concern?
10 Asthma flare-ups reduced by antibody injection
11 Sex in seniors: Worrying gender difference unearthed
12 Enlarged prostate: Molecular mechanism clue may explain link to inflammation
13 Gluten-free diet gains popularity, despite no rise in celiac disease
14 Reward-related brain circuit is vital for sleep, researchers discover
15 Vitamin D supplements may lower risk of severe asthma attacks
16 Should I Worry About a Papilloma?
17 Cesarean delivery may increase risk of childhood obesity
18 Optimal delivery for twins is 37 weeks' gestation, new study finds
19 Gut bacteria and the brain: Are we controlled by microbes?
20 Nasal spray flu vaccine 'ineffective and should not be used,' say AAP
21 Physical activity curbs some harmful effects of drinking alcohol
22 Period Symptoms: All You Need to Know
23 Obesity does not predict equal risk for all stroke types
24 Tooth enamel structure and composition revealed in 3-D nanoscale maps
25 Should you feed a cold and starve a fever? Study investigates
26 Stem cell therapy restores arm, hand movement for paralyzed man
27 Stroke: Innovative electrical stimulation glove improves hand function
28 Epilepsy drugs work by 'wedging themselves' into receptors
29 Thinking About Septoplasty? What You Need to Know
30 Statins: 'Harms have been overestimated,' says review
31 How reliable is the glycemic index?
32 Obesity may prolong survival for kidney cancer patients
33 'We can completely reverse alcohol dependence'
34 Spike in teen obesity explained by decreased calorie burn in puberty
35 Europeans most worried about vaccine safety, finds global study
36 Type 2 diabetes: Gene discovery could yield new treatments
37 Melanoma may be stoppable with drug that halts cancer cell proliferation
38 Shorter lifespan for WWI babies whose fathers were injured, killed
39 Polycystic Ovary Syndrome and Fertility: What You Need to Know
40 The '5-second rule' is disproved in new study
41 Blood pressure: Large global study uncovers links to new genes
42 Clues in microbiome of infants point to future allergies and asthma
43 What is a Telangiectasia and Should I Be Worried?
44 People judge their intoxication, drunkenness on their peers
45 Surprising deep similarities found across thousands of languages
46 How to Lower Your Blood Pressure: 6 Easy Ways
47 Diabetes: Key to faster-acting insulin found in snail venom
48 Training the brain to combat stress
49 A clue as to why men sleep better than women
50 Children exposed to potentially toxic chemicals daily in household dust
51 Smoking thickens the heart's walls and reduces function
52 10 Simple Remedies for Heartburn Relief
53 Should I Worry About Seroma?
54 E-cigarette use tied to rise in quit smoking success
55 Some fatty acids may raise women's risk of type 2 diabetes
56 Fertilization without an egg: New technique produces healthy baby mice
57 Open Heart Surgery: What to Expect
58 Ear infections could be cured with antibiotic gel
59 'Super agers' avoid brain shrinkage, retain youthful thinking abilities
60 Gluten Intolerance: Signs and Symptoms
61 Cancer: Four-stranded DNA could help develop targeted treatments
62 Emotions mapped in the human brain
63 Moderate drinking: Heart health benefits challenged in new study
64 Scientists create resonator with nanoscale features to detect dangerous chemicals in the environment
65 Uniform 'hairy' nanorods have potential energy, biomedical applications
66 Researchers reveal that magnetic 'rust' performs as gold at the nanoscale
67 New nanocrystalline alloy that combines mechanical strength with high-temperature creep resistance
68 Drug-loaded synthetic nanoparticles can distinguish lung cancer cells from healthy cells
69 Nanoparticles that carry three or more drugs hold potential for targeted cancer therapy
70 Physicists develop new touchscreen technology
71 Chemists report new insights about properties of matter at the nanoscale
72 Physicists observe spontaneous mechanical buckling in freestanding graphene
73 New technique integrates graphene, graphene oxide and reduced graphene oxide onto silicon chips at room temperature
74 First accurate simulation of a virus invading a cell
75 First multicellular organism inspires the design of better cancer drugs
76 Journey to the centre of the cell: Nano-rods and worms wriggle best
77 Team illuminates transfer of nanoscale motion through microscale machine
78 Porphyrins can be covalently attached to graphene edges
79 Tiny robot 'nano-fish' may one day deliver drugs inside the body
80 New computer chip manufacturing method squeezes more onto limited wafer space
81 Electron beam microscope directly writes nanoscale features in liquid with metal ink
82 Containing our 'electromagnetic pollution': MXene can protect mobile devices from electromagnetic interference
83 Research team finds a way to accurately measure permeability of carbon nanotubes
84 Researchers identified some nanoscale elements that govern the behavior of our teeth
85 Atomic scale pipes available on demand and by design
86 Bringing graphene speakers to the mobile market
87 Fish 'biowaste' converted to piezoelectric energy harvesters
88 Location matters in the self-assembly of nanoclusters
89 Researchers make better sense of incoherent light
90 New all fiber-optic system for monitoring structural integrity in harsh environments
91 For first time, researchers see individual atoms keep away from each other or bunch up as pairs
92 'Thermal metamaterial' innovation could help bring waste-heat harvesting technology to power plants, factories
93 Levitating nanoparticle improves 'torque sensing,' might bring new research into fundamentals of quantum theory
94 Plutonium keeps its electrons close to home
95 A tight squeeze for electrons--quantum effects observed in 'one-dimensional' wires
96 Improved microendoscope brings cervical cancer into focus
97 Magnetic polaron imaged for the first time
98 New optofluidic platform features tunable optics and novel 'lightvalves'
99 Tame your Oobleck: Researcher able to control thickening
100 Complex materials can self-organize into circuits, may form basis for multifunction chips
101 Iron springs back to shape under pressure
102 Metal in chains
103 Tuning materials and devices to adapt to their environment
104 Foam stops sloshing liquid: Analysis reveals capillary effects that dampen sloshing
105 Researchers build world's largest database of crystal surfaces and shapes
106 Engineers stop soap bubbles from swirling
107 Whispering gallery-mode biosensors are worth shouting about
108 Visualizing metal to insulator transition paves way for more energy efficient technologies
109 Putting cells through their paces
110 World's most powerful X-ray takes a 'sledgehammer' to molecules
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