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1 Just breathe: Mindfulness may help freshman stress less and smile more
2 In roundworms, fats tip the scales of fertility
3 Using venomous proteins to make insect milkshakes
4 Discovering the basics of 'active touch'
5 BP oil spill did $17.2 billion in damage to natural resources, scientists find
6 New weapon in fight against antibiotic resistance discovered
7 A promising target for kidney fibrosis
8 Post-biotics may help shield obese from diabetes
9 Daily consumption of sodas, fruit juices and artificially sweetened sodas affect brain
10 Coral reefs struggle to keep up with rising seas, leave coastal communities at risk
11 'Genetic scalpel' can manipulate the microbiome, Yale study shows
12 Why children struggle to cross busy streets safely
13 Second cancers deadlier in young patients
14 Diet drinks and possible association with stroke and dementia
15 Gut bacteria give newborns infection protection, not just digestion, mouse study shows
16 Pretreatment HIV, immune activation levels determine their persistence during treatment
17 By listening to optical 'noise,' researchers discover new way to track hidden objects
18 'Eating with the eyes' is hard-wired in the brain
19 Preliminary study suggests possible new treatment for MS
20 Naked mole-rats turn into plants when oxygen is low
21 Stink bug traps perform poorly during winter invasions
22 Study evaluates how well fellowship training prepares kidney specialists
23 PLOS Neglected Tropical Diseases celebrates 10th anniversary
24 Periodic model predicts the spread of Lyme disease
25 Macrophages shown to be essential to a healthy heart rhythm
26 Brains of one-handed people suggest new organization theory
27 New tools visualize where bacterial species live in the gut, control their activity
28 Penn researchers show brain stimulation restores memory during lapses
29 Macrophages conduct electricity, help heart to beat
30 Indigenous peoples mobilize to assert role in alleviating climate change; new policy brief
31 How naked mole-rats defy lack of oxygen
32 New statistical analysis reveals thousands of rare mutations linked with cancer
33 Scientists ID two molecules that inhibit proteins involved in chronic inflammatory disease
34 No link found between HIV levels and immune activation during antiretroviral treatment
35 On the brink of eradication: Why polio research matters
36 Health care leaders predict patients will lose under President Trump's health care plans
37 ILC 2017: European countries restrict access to life-saving treatment for hepatitis C
38 UK: Serious liver disease develops in one-third of young people with childhood acquired HCV
39 Investigational DAA treatment combination effective and improves patient-reported outcomes
40 Worldwide lack of early referral of patients with alcoholic liver disease
41 Severe gum disease strongly predicts higher mortality in cirrhosis
42 Rituximab is not effective for the treatment of fatigue in primary biliary cholangitis
43 ILC 2017: New EASL clinical practice guidelines on the management of hepatitis B virus
44 Is DAA therapy for hepatitis C associated with an increased risk of liver cancer?
45 Long-term antibiotic prophylaxis reduces mortality in people with advanced liver disease
46 Climatic effect of irrigation over the Yellow River basin
47 Researchers identify best way to diagnose head injuries in children and minimize CT scans
48 Natural experiment, dogged investigation, yield clue to devastating neurological disease
49 Children at greater risk for complications from brown recluse spider bites
50 Increased funding for geriatrics education essential, study
51 Defective HIV proviruses reduce effective immune system response, interfere with HIV cure
52 EPA methane emission policy likely to cost less, miss 2025 targets
53 Volunteering might prevent substance abuse for female student-athletes
54 Women more sensitized than men to metal used in joint replacement
55 Moisture played a role in megafaunal extinctions
56 Living with a star: NASA and partners survey space weather science
57 March participants interested in both promoting, defending science
58 Penn team characterizes the underlying cause of a form of macular degeneration
59 Geeking out in the golden years
60 Astronomers perform largest-ever survey of high-mass binary star systems
61 A better way to manage phosphorus?
62 Broad advance from TSRI chemists dramatically simplifies olefin synthesis
63 New microscopy method breaks color barrier of optical imaging
64 IRCM research team discovers how immunotherapy can fight some cancers
65 Hazardous chemicals go unregulated in routine oil and gas operations
66 Students may forget relevant information in order to protect their own psyches
67 Closer look at brain circuits reveals important role of genetics
68 New analysis finds Medicare program underestimates heart attack mortality rates
69 Earth's little garbage people? (video)
70 Seven years later: BP oil spill settlement funding new way to manage fish populations
71 3-D-printable implants may ease damaged knees
72 More than recess: How playing on the swings helps kids learn to cooperate
73 Identical twins; not-so-identical stem cells
74 Research paves way for improved colorectal cancer test
75 Birds vs. bees: Study helps explain how flowers evolved to get pollinators to specialize
76 Pathologic complete response to neoadjuvant therapy in certain breast cancer patients predicts low risk for local metastases
77 SLU researcher hones in on plaque-causing protein in ALS and dementia
78 In new paper, scientists explain climate change using before/after photographic evidence
79 Outpatient laparoscopic appendectomy is feasible in a public county hospital
80 Report identifies grand challenges to better prepare for volcanic eruptions
81 Making batteries from waste glass bottles
82 Study defines thunderstorm asthma epidemic conditions
83 New evidence: Defective HIV proviruses hinder immune system response and cure
84 U of I study ranks which production attributes are most important to consumers when buying beef, chicken
85 New study ranks hazardous asteroid effects from least to most destructive
86 New AATS consensus statement highlights safety of surgical ablation for atrial fibrillation
87 Telestroke guidelines from American Telemedicine Association in Telemedicine & e-Health
88 Gaming helps personalized therapy level up
89 Universities release results on nitrogen footprints
90 Study: Managers may compromise safety due to earnings expectations
91 Moderate-severe hot flashes significantly increase depression risk
92 Science policy: Considerations for subnational governments
93 Study on mice demonstrates the action of strawberries against breast cancer
94 How to protect cells from selfish mitochondrial DNA
95 Making artificial blood for transfusions
96 Degradable electronic components created from corn starch
97 Shale gas threat to forests can be eased by consolidating infrastructure
98 Evolution of cooperation through longer memory
99 Few Medicare patients take advantage of free annual wellness visits
100 Nanoparticles remain unpredictable
101 Phobia of dentists leads to more decay and tooth loss, new study finds
102 Genetic control of immune cell proliferation
103 A better life in the outback
104 Speed-dependent attraction governs what goes on at the heart of midge swarms
105 Graphene and gold make a better brain probe
106 Plant protein may protect against type 2 diabetes, meat eaters at greater risk
107 Gelatine instead of forearm
108 Fish cooperate for selfish reasons
109 Personalized workouts to prevent heart disease designed by new digital instrument
110 Singapore scientists provide new insights on how cancers evade the immune system
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