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1 Well-child visits are effective time to help moms, study shows
2 'Frequency combs' ID chemicals within the mid-infrared spectral region
3 Half a degree more global warming could flood out 5 million more people
4 Reconsidering damage production and radiation mixing in materials
5 Teenagers more likely to plead guilty to crimes they didn't commit
6 Sussex research reveals brain mechanism involved in language learning
7 UNH researchers find space radiation is increasingly more hazardous
8 Medicinal cannabis is safe and effective--it's time to reboot research
9 Women choose more effective contraception when cost not an issue
10 Thermally driven spin current in DNA
11 How fungi grow: A movie from inside the cell
12 The brain puts the memories warehouse in order while we sleep
13 Metal-organic frameworks cut energy consumption of petrochemicals
14 Ultrashort laser pulses make greenhouse gas reactive
15 Epigenetic analysis: Giving the right name to a tumor
16 New research sheds light on underlying cause of brain injury in stroke
17 New quantum spin liquid predicted by Nobel Laureate prepared for the first time
18 A small protein with many applications
19 Large-scale climatic warming could increase persistent haze in Beijing
20 Scientists illuminate mechanism at play in learning
21 CRISPR genetic editing takes another big step forward, targeting RNA
22 New survey finds huge and unnecessary variation of salt levels in bread
23 Viral hideout
24 Faulty cellular membrane 'mix' linked to Parkinson's disease
25 Students who are old for their grade more likely to enroll in college
26 Democratizing single-cell analysis
27 Blunt products more popular in states where marijuana is legal
28 Rutgers student on front lines of orangutan conservation, research
29 Improved capture of cancer cells in blood could help track disease
30 Joint supplement speeds melanoma cell growth
31 Early puberty linked with increased risk of obesity for women
32 When natural disaster strikes, can insects and other invertebrates recover?
33 Study of nearly 300,000 people challenges the 'obesity paradox'
34 Land under water: Estimating hydropower's land use impacts
35 Ludwig study extends potential for personalized immunotherapy to large variety of cancers
36 Higher doses of radiation don't improve survival in prostate cancer
37 Researchers create a protein 'mat' that can soak up pollution
38 Scientists discover genomic ancestry of Stone Age North Africans from Morocco
39 One quarter of penis cancer sufferers don't get recommended treatment--halving the survival rate
40 Major study shows x5 greater suicide rate in patients with urological cancers
41 Cell-sized mold makes gelatin gels (jelly) 10 times stiffer
42 New methods find undiagnosed genetic diseases in electronic health records
43 The coffee cannabis connection
44 Evidence of major environmental and technological changes in East Africa, as Homo sapiens evolved
45 Graphene finds new application as non-toxic, anti-static hair dye
46 Clearing clumps of protein in aging neural stem cells boosts their activity
47 Altering songbird brain provides insight into human behavior
48 Diabetes: Are high blood glucose levels an effect rather than the cause of the disease?
49 New understanding of parasite biology might help stop malaria transmission
50 Blacks have more exposure to air pollutants raising heart disease risk, death
51 Large racial and ethnic disparity in world's most common STI
52 A certain type of neurons is more energy efficient than previously assumed
53 Scientists discover evidence of early human innovation, pushing back evolutionary timeline
54 Getting lost: Why older people might lose their way
55 Study addresses barriers to kidney disease screening among black Americans
56 Topsy-turvy currents key to removing nitrate from streams, UCI-led study finds
57 A new use for graphene: Making better hair dyes
58 Modern humans interbred with Denisovans twice in history
59 How royal jelly helps honeybee larvae defy gravity and become queens
60 Potential new way to limit antibiotic resistance spreading
61 Bacterial and host cell proteins interact to regulate Chlamydia's 'exit strategy'
62 New model links yellow fever in Africa to climate, environment
63 UCalgary researchers develop portable brain imaging system to shed light on concussions
64 Unexpected effect could lead to lower-power memory, computing devices
65 Online intervention improves depression treatment rates in teen moms
66 Development of an enzymatic cycling method using pyruvate kinase
67 Not having a regular doctor affects healthcare quality for older adults
68 Human 'chimeric' cells restore crucial protein in Duchenne muscular dystrophy
69 3-D tissue model of developing heart could help drug safety testing for pregnant women
70 Chemical peels are safe for people with darker skin, result in few side effects and complications
71 BU: Brazil yellow fever outbreak necessitates vaccines
72 Soot transported from elsewhere in world contributes little to melting of some Antarctic glaciers
73 Soil fungi may help determine the resilience of forests to environmental change
74 Tree care workers need better training to handle dangers on the job, Rutgers study finds
75 Genetic variant discovery to help asthma sufferers
76 Piezomagnetic material changes magnetic properties when stretched
77 The role of verb fluency in the detection of early cognitive impairment in Alzheimer's disease
78 Chirping is welcome in birds but not in fusion devices
79 Colorado cannabis workers are happy, but need better safety training
80 The absence of ants--entomologist confirms first Saharan farming 10,000 years ago
81 Signaling pathways to the nucleus
82 Older adults' difficulties with focusing can be used to help put a face to a name
83 New report examines scientific evidence on safety and quality of abortion care in US
84 Researchers join forces to improve life for children with genetic disorder
85 Wandering greenhouse gas
86 Obesity and health problems: New research on a safeguard mechanism
87 Plasmons triggered in nanotube quantum wells
88 Fish the primary source of nutrition in medieval Northern Ostrobothnia
89 Scientists mimic neural tissue in Army-funded research
90 80 percent cut in liver metastasis by restricting the blood vessels supplying it
91 Climate change promotes the spread of mosquito and tick-borne viruses
92 New solution to harmful algal blooms raises hope of economic and environmental benefits
93 Bees: How royal jelly prevents royal offspring from falling out of their cells
94 Which skills will help patients with obsessive-compulsive disorder?
95 Blood vessels also affected by Alzheimer's disease
96 Researchers advise the use of anesthesia in fetuses from 21 weeks of gestation
97 Mice change their appearance as a result of frequent exposure to humans
98 Near-infrared photoactivatable oxygenation catalysts of amyloid peptide
99 Study casts doubt on ketamine nasal sprays for depression
100 Long-term monitoring is essential to effective environmental policy
101 Coral reefs suffering in Philippines despite outlawing damaging fishing practices
102 Reefs help protect vulnerable Caribbean fish from climate change
103 Americans slow down the clock of age
104 With new 'shuffling' trick, researchers can measure gene activity in single cells
105 New understanding of Kenyan paleoenvironments opens window on human evolution in the area
106 Your gender may affect how you perceive a woman's anxiety in STEM
107 Sexual harassment statistics: Do the numbers reveal the true extent of the problem?
108 Raising transparency in the online advertising ecosystem
109 Researchers discover experimental obesity drug prevents development of kidney stones
110 First accurate data showing male to female transgender surgery can give better life
111 Experience trumps youth among jumping fish
112 Monocrystalline silicon thin film for cost-cutting solar cells with 10-times faster growth rate fabricated
113 Assaults spiked on Trump rally days during 2016 election
114 Elusive venomous mammal joins the genome club
115 Smart software can diagnose prostate cancer as well as a pathologist
116 Two better than one: USU chemists advance sustainable battery technology