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1 Why #OddlySatisfying Videos Are So...Satisfying
2 Here's Why Cockroaches Can Survive Just About Anything
3 Astronomer Announces He Has Discovered...Mars
4 Trash in the Great Pacific Garbage Patch Has Quadrupled, Maybe Even 16-upled
5 No, It's Not an Alien--Here's What that Tiny, Pointy-Headed Skeleton Really Is
6 Freezing this Nerve Could Trick Your Body into Losing Weight
7 1 in 10 Sober People Have Cocaine or Heroin on Their Fingertips
8 Could Cutting Calories Slow Down Aging?
9 Why this Lab Reeks of Animal Flesh and Contains a Suitcase Full of Slime
10 Your Grilled Burger May Come with a Side of High Blood Pressure
11 Reference: Reproductive System: Facts, Functions & Diseases
12 This Mysterious Deep-Sea Creature Has Never Been Seen Alive Before. Until Now.
13 China's 8.5-Ton Space Lab Expected to Fall to Earth Over Easter Weekend
14 Did Human Noise Pollution Drive 150 Whales to Beach Themselves in Australia?
15 The Odds of Getting Hit with Space Station Debris Are 1 in 300 Trillion
16 What's Up with this 'Smoke-Breathing' Elephant?
17 Here Are Some of the Most Common Causes of Food Poisoning
18 Whale Murder Was Sexually Motivated, Whale Detectives Say
19 Did These Children Have Their Hearts Ripped Out as a Sacrifice to an Ancient Rain God?
20 In a Final TV Appearance, Stephen Hawking Imagines Humanity Colonizing Alien Worlds
21 Viagra for...Cancer Prevention? Mouse Study Has Surprising Results
22 Obesity rates keep rising for U.S. adults
23 First proof a synthesized antibiotic is capable of treating superbugs
24 Bystander T cells can steal the show in resolving inflammation
25 The brain learns completely differently than we've assumed since the 20th century
26 Brain's tiniest blood vessels trigger spinal motor neurons to develop
27 How do we lose memory? A STEP at a time, researchers say
28 Analyzing past failures may boost future performance by reducing stress
29 More than 2,500 cancer cases a week could be avoided
30 Researcher unlocking relationship between early math ability, fingers
31 Breakthrough article on mechanistic features of microRNA targeting and activity
32 Researchers discover a 'security chief' that sounds the alarm against infections
33 Early studies of male birth-control pill show promise
34 Being hungry shuts off perception of chronic pain
35 Once-mysterious 'Atacama Skeleton' illuminates genetics of bone disease
36 Calorie restriction trial in humans suggests benefits for age-related disease
37 Early life experiences influence DNA in the adult brain
38 From signal propagation to consciousness: New findings point to a potential connection
39 Boosting enzyme may help improve blood flow, fitness in elderly
40 Scientists pinpoint cause of vascular aging in mice
41 Metastatic lymph nodes can be the source of distant metastases in mouse models of cancer
42 Sulfur amino acid restriction diet triggers new blood vessel formation in mice
43 Study reveals startlingly different tissue sensitivities to cancer-driving genes
44 Using simplicity for complexity--new research sheds light on the perception of motion
45 Could a pap test spot more than just cervical cancer?
46 Focus on early stage of illness may be key to treating ALS, study suggests
47 Flow of spinal fluid disrupted in inherited developmental disorder
48 Noisy workplace may wreak havoc on your heart
49 Researchers identify compound to prevent breast cancer cells from activating in brain
50 Researchers examine role of fluid flow in ovarian cancer progression
51 Stiffness of connection influences exchange of physical cues during coordinated movements
52 Mayors' political leanings strongly influence thoughts on city health policy effectiveness
53 Siponimod cuts risk of disability progression in multiple sclerosis
54 Food insecurity tied to poor glycemic control in diabetes
55 Increase in patient load linked to poorer urologist ratings
56 The benefits of moving more
57 Nivolumab plus ipilimumab tops sunitinib for advanced renal CA
58 Neural markers of depression resilience ID'd in female teens
59 Another downside of weight gain: toenail fungus
60 Intrauterine adhesions rarely occur post induced abortion
61 End of brutal flu season in sight
62 Hearing difficulty may up risk of accidental injury
63 AHA: the heart-healthy way to dye those Easter eggs
64 Frailty associated with failure to rescue after inpatient surgery
65 Research discovers how some cancers resist treatment
66 New accreditation program sets framework for rectal cancer care in the US
67 Older adults who have slower walking speeds may have increased risk for dementia
68 Paleontologists put the bite on an ancient reptile from New England
69 Hidden medical text read for the first time in a thousand years
70 Mathematicians invent tool to judge when voting maps have been unfairly drawn
71 The genomes of five late Neandertals provide insights into Neandertal population history
72 New technologies and computing power to help strengthen population data in low income countries
73 Palaeontologists investigate the macabre science behind how animals decay and fossilize
74 Dinosaur frills and horns did not evolve for species recognition
75 New linguistic analysis finds Dravidian language family is approximately 4,500 years old
76 Study: Living abroad leads to a clearer sense of self
77 Why it doesn't pay to be just nice--you also need to be intelligent
78 Agriculture initiated by indigenous peoples, not Fertile Crescent migration
79 Intensification of agriculture and social hierarchies evolve together, study finds
80 Americans prefer economic inequality to playing Robin Hood, study finds
81 Team reports first evidence of live-traded dogs for Maya ceremonies
82 Scientists examine reproducibility of research issues and remedies
83 Fossilized brains of ancient sea creatures found in northern Greenland
84 New model reveals forgotten influencers and 'sleeping beauties' of science
85 Scientists discover genomic ancestry of Stone Age North Africans from Morocco
86 Scientists discover evidence of early human innovation, pushing back evolutionary timeline
87 Modern humans interbred with Denisovans twice in history
88 While a candidate's voice pitch sways voters, it doesn't result in better leaders
89 Are palaeontologists naming too many species?
90 New research solves the 60-year-old paleontological mystery of a 'phantom' dicynodont
91 Pterosaurs went out with a bang, not a whimper
92 Mysterious head of a pharaoh discovered
93 Sociologist advises vigilance against evangelical 'spiritual warriors' set on converting Indigenous peoples
94 Low-paid 'women's work'--why early childhood educators are walking out
95 Forced sterilization programs in California once harmed thousands--particularly Latinas
96 Skilled female potters travelled around the Baltic nearly 5000 years ago
97 Wealth inequality--closing the gap by taxing land and bequests
98 Grouping students into ability-based sets holds back less able pupils
99 Research examines whether media can promote parent/child conversation about difficult topics
100 Study: Kids from wealthier families feel more control over lives
101 High GPA could work against young women job hunters
102 How researchers diagnosed a 200-million-year-old infected predator bite
103 Want to fight crime? Plant some flowers with your neighbor
104 Many people feel lonely in the city, but perhaps 'third places' can help with that
105 Adaptive radiations in the Mesozoic
106 Keeping a healthy perspective on social media
107 How employers can boost social mobility by changing the way they recruit
108 Short-faced bears, largest carnivores in the Ice Age, became omnivores to survive
109 Digital innovation can enhance cultural heritage, hears conference