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1 Study: Absence of key protein, TTP, rapidly turns young bones old
2 West Coast waters returning to normal but salmon catches lagging
3 Researcher creates 'Instagram' of immune system, blending science, technology
4 Blood stored longer may be less safe for patients with massive blood loss and shock
5 Could living at high altitude increase suicide risk? Evidence suggests possible treatments, reports Harvard Review of Psychiatry
6 Flat gallium joins roster of new 2-D materials
7 New conductive coating may unlock biometric and wearable technology of the future
8 Unique diamond impurities indicate water deep in Earth's mantle
9 Blood donors' leftover immune cells reveal secrets of antibody affinity
10 Mastering metastable matter
11 A model for autoignition in turbulent jets
12 Majority of mining-related injuries and illness in Illinois go unreported
13 Evading in-flight lightning strikes
14 Experiment sheds new light on prehistoric ocean conditions
15 Locked in a forest
16 Report identifies options for lowering risk of failure of undersea bolts on offshore oil rigs
17 Intravenous arginine benefits children after acute metabolic strokes
18 Mandatory flu vaccines for health care workers improve rates, reduce absenteeism
19 Newfound clock in blood brain barrier of fruit flies regulates daily permeability
20 NASA's Webb Telescope to make a splash in search for interstellar water
21 NIH experts call for transformative research approach to end tuberculosis
22 Three NASA satellites recreate solar eruption in 3-D
23 Defect in cells' antenna linked to deformed organs in zebrafish
24 Sustainable embedded wireless systems reduce environmental impact of ICT
25 New blood pressure app and hardware rivals arm cuff accuracy
26 An itch you can't scratch: Researchers find 'itch receptors' in the throats of mice
27 Dupilumab for neurodermatitis: Indication of an added benefit in adults
28 Telemonitoring in cardiac disorders: Benefit still unclear
29 New method increases life span of donated brain tissue
30 A compass in the dark
31 Tokyo Tech's six-legged robots get closer to nature
32 Meal times may be key to managing malaria, parasite study shows
33 Academic study finds women wearing heavy makeup less likely to be perceived as leaders
34 Emotional support is key for stroke patients, research suggests
35 Plant-derived volatiles may serve as future antifungals
36 Modulation of Fgf21 gene in early-life ameliorates adulthood diet-induced obesity
37 When sciences come together
38 Heat shock system helps bug come back to life after drying up
39 Novel technology for anticancer drug delivery on demand
40 Older adults with small social networks less likely to get cataract surgery
41 Increasing tree mortality in a warming world
42 2016 Brexit/Trump election results driven by fear and loathing
43 Gut microbes influence severity of intestinal parasitic infections
44 ANU research reveals genetic timeline of early Pacific settlers
45 Agricultural sustainability project reached 20.9 million smallholder farmers across China
46 Spotlight on quantum computing at SXSW 2018
47 Burn specialists report a dramatic increase in burn injury survival over the past 30 years
48 Trauma and dementia patients given hope by 'flashbulb memory' breakthrough
49 Breakthrough in circuit design makes electronics more resistant to damage and defects
50 Blood samples can soon reveal your lifestyle
51 Liver study offers insights into hard-to-treat diseases
52 Can't sleep? Could be down to genetics
53 Startup scales up CNT membranes to make carbon-zero fuels for less than fossil fuels
54 Metal-organic compounds produces new class of glass
55 Most patients comfortable with sexual orientation and gender identity questions
56 A highly sensitive and multi-analytical system for hereditary kidney disease
57 Are those who help the bad good or bad? The answer depends on adaptive architectures
58 When the doctor's away
59 Eyelash-sized plants reveal climate change--and citizen scientists help identify them
60 Antigen study supports new approach to vaccine for respiratory syncytial virus
61 Self-applied chest patch catches common irregular heartbeat more quickly than usual care
62 Alirocumab reduces cardiovascular events after acute coronary syndrome
63 Wearable defibrillator cuts overall mortality, but not sudden deaths after heart attack
64 3-D mapping babies' brains
65 Non-invasive technology is a money-saver for heart patients needing PCI
66 Precision medicine: Access to real-time genetic testing data impacts prescriber behavior following minimally invasive stent procedure
67 Heart attack protocol can improve outcomes, reduce disparities between men and women
68 Previous cortisone injections may increase risk of future rotator cuff repair
69 Osteochondral allograft transplantation effective for certain knee cartilage repairs
70 High school athletes with shoulder instability benefit from nonoperative treatment
71 PET myocardial perfusion imaging more effective than SPECT scans in detecting coronary disease
72 Imaging sound movements of atomic units with an optical microscope
73 Reduced device clotting, decreased strokes seen with novel heart pump
74 Popular heart medications can prevent herceptin-induced heart issues in some patients
75 Inhaled therapy ineffective in difficult-to-treat heart failure
76 Beta blocker shows mixed results in protecting against chemo-induced heart damage
77 Reducing co-payments improves patient, physician adherence to guideline-recommended treatment post-MI
78 Dabigatran reduces major CV complications in patients with myocardial injury after noncardiac surgery
79 Ticagrelor has comparable safety to clopidogrel after heart attack
80 Statins may bring benefits at time of treatment for heart attack, angina
81 Personalized approach to selecting antiplatelet drugs improves outcomes
82 Citizen science birding data passes scientific muster
83 Study: Two drugs prevent heart problems in breast cancer patients
84 New cardiac pump device improves long-term outcomes for heart failure patients
85 Eliminating cost barriers helps heart patients comply with drug regimens
86 Can we turn back time? Muscles' own protective systems could help reduce frailty
87 Genes play a role in empathy
88 One in 10 stroke survivors need more help with taking medication, study finds
89 Transcatheter aortic valve replacement dramatically improves heart patients' quality of life
90 Study finds that genes play a role in empathy
91 Proteins associated with diabetic complications and increased heart disease identified
92 Taking the jab (and the chill) out of vaccination
93 The cause of low-level turbulence around Hong Kong International Airport
94 Movable silicon 'lenses' enable neutrons to see new range of details inside objects
95 More homes built near wild lands leading to greater wildfire risk
96 Ag robot speeds data collection, analyses of crops as they grow
97 How the color-changing hogfish 'sees' with its skin
98 A new cross-coupling simplifies the synthesis of drug-like molecules
99 Rochester researchers use 'flying focus' to better control lasers over long distances
100 Extracellular vesicles could be personalized drug delivery vehicles
101 Mutating Ebola's key protein may stop replication
102 Plants faring worse than monkeys in increasingly patchy forests of Costa Rica
103 Response of new cotton variety (rassafa) to nitrogen fertilizer
104 Glass matters
105 Polymer nanoparticle shows ability to locate and treat breast tumors
106 Researchers issue first annual sea-level report cards
107 Crisis or self-correction: Rethinking how the media cover science
108 Water troughs are key to E. coli contamination in cattle
109 Babies fed soy-based formula have changes in reproductive system tissues
110 It's mostly luck, not pluck, that determines lifetime reproductive success