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1 Sonar disturbs blue whales feeding
2 Due to humans, extinction risk for 1,700 animal species to increase by 2070
3 Promising strategy to fight the most deadly brain tumor in children
4 How a common oral bacteria makes colon cancer more deadly
5 Poll shows many older adults, especially those with health issues, feel isolated
6 Paying patients to use lower-priced health providers can reduce health spending
7 HPTN 071 demonstrates community-wide HIV prevention strategy can reduce new infections
8 Plasma protein may hold promise for wound scaffolds
9 Caregivers in Canada need more support
10 Being overweight may be linked to better survival from stroke
11 Steroid use during cardiac bypass surgery did not reduce risk of severe kidney injury
12 North Pacific jet stream, moisture and fires change with fire suppression
13 No link found between MMR vaccine and autism [plus other topics]
14 Genetic factors influence human brain expansion
15 When it comes to hearing words, it's a division of labor between our brain's two hemispheres
16 Positivity can transform the healthcare workplace
17 Superconductivity is heating up
18 Let the sperm races begin
19 Psychedelic microdosing in rats shows beneficial effects
20 The first look at how hacked self-driving cars would affect New York City traffic
21 Want to save the planet? Stop trying to be its friend
22 The speedy secrets of mako sharks--'cheetahs of the ocean'
23 Transforming magnetic storage might stem from the vision of quantum
24 A new approach to an old question: How do we actually cooperate?
25 Applying a network perspective to human physiology
26 Imaging technique lets ordinary cameras capture high-speed images of crack formation
27 Matrix could ensure vital copper supplies
28 Male bottlenose dolphins form bachelor groups with their relatives
29 Spin devices rev up
30 Location and competition
31 One device, many frequencies: Argonne researchers create a unique, tiny resonator
32 Results of ABATE infection trial published
33 Looks matter when it comes to success in STEM, study shows
34 Owls against owls in a challenge for survival
35 1 in 3 students with ADHD receive no school interventions, study finds
36 Distracted drivers 29 times more likely to wreck in a highway work zone
37 BU conducts first experimental evaluation of pharmaceutical industry-led access program
38 New reactor-liner alloy material offers strength, resilience
39 UM researchers study Alaska forest fires over past 450 years
40 Nuclear medicine imaging monitors effectiveness of therapy for melanoma patients
41 Heroin users aware of fentanyl, but at high risk of overdosing
42 Old age care crisis: Are migrant care workers a suitable solution for state and families?
43 Integrated therapy treating obesity and depression is effective
44 Capturing bacteria that eat and breathe electricity
45 A step closer to an HIV cure
46 Scientists levitate particles with sound to find out how they cluster together
47 Story tips from the Department of Energy's Oak Ridge National Laboratory, March 2019
48 Social and behavioral sciences for the intelligence community
49 Updated dietary reference intakes for sodium and potassium
50 What makes people willing to sacrifice their own self-interest for another person?
51 UMaine-led team discovers protein, lipid connection that could aid new influenza therapies
52 A new way to map cell regulatory networks
53 Kids with cochlear implants since infancy more likely to speak, not sign
54 NREL pioneers cleaner route to upcycle plastics into superior products
55 Molecular puzzle reveals unknown stages of fetal development
56 Study shows success of measles vaccine campaigns in India
57 Attitudes about health affect how older adults engage with negative health news
58 Analysis of billions of Wikipedia searches reveals biodiversity secrets
59 Training beyond exhaustion can prevent learning
60 When changing one atom makes molecules better
61 Study finds robots can detect breast cancer as well as radiologists
62 New Regenstrief studies report drug focused approach insufficient to manage ICU delirium
63 Scientists study neutron scattering for researching magnetic materials
64 3D simulation of bone densitometry predict better the risk of fracture due to osteoporosis
65 A study by the UC3M researches the limits of topological insulators using sound waves
66 'Test and Treat' reduces new HIV infections by a third in southern Africa communities
67 Mighty mites give scrawny beetles the edge over bigger rivals
68 Nanotechnology and sunlight clear the way for better visibility
69 Menstrual cycle phase influences cocaine craving
70 Discovering the next generation of catalysts
71 Physicists analyze rotational dynamics of galaxies and influence of the photon mass
72 Successful development of high-performance color filter-free image sensor by DGIST
73 The secret behind maximum plant height: water!
74 Copper catalyst distinguishing two different carbonyl compounds--synthesis of 1,2-diols
75 A new technology developed to detect and analyze colorless and transparent biomaterials
76 Overcoming cardiovascular disease with a magnetically-steerable guidewire microrobot
77 Nitric acid and ammonia electrosynthesis
78 Nanoparticles help realize 'spintronic' devices
79 Dingoes should remain a distinct species in Australia
80 Mom-to-mom phone calls lift breastfeeding rate
81 Creating more potent cancer therapy using 'theranostics'
82 Genetic 'usual suspects' identified in researchers' new list
83 Women scientists get less federal funding than men
84 Weather-responsive intersections could ease traffic congestion
85 Infection control technique may reduce infections in patients with catheters, drains
86 Life-threatening birth complication rate increasing across US racial, ethnic groups
87 Daily intake of nutritional supplements cannot prevent depression
88 Study: Climate change is leading to unpredictable ecosystem disruption for migratory birds
89 Why the brain can be blamed for children unknowingly being left to die in a hot car
90 Nutritional supplements cannot prevent depression, research shows
91 Tissue model reveals how RNA will act on the liver
92 Results of trial to stem hospital-acquired bacterial infections published
93 Common chest infection puts babies at risk of hospitalization for asthma in preschool years
94 Global analysis of billions of Wikipedia searches reveals biodiversity secrets
95 Could genetic breakthrough finally help take the sting out of mouth ulcers?
96 HIV remission achieved in second patient
97 Scientists develop a tunable bio-imaging device using terahertz plasmonics
98 Small brains, big picture: Study unveils C. elegans' microscopic mysteries
99 A silver lining like no other
100 Fasting-mimicking diet holds promise for treating people with inflammatory bowel disease
101 Singing for science: How the arts can help students who struggle most
102 Rethinking old-growth forests using lichens as an indicator of conservation value
103 Sleep tight! Researchers identify the beneficial role of sleep
104 Alzheimer's treatment holds promise for primary progressive aphasia patients
105 Scientists put ichthyosaurs in virtual water tanks
106 University of Utah biologists experimentally trigger adaptive radiation
107 Vegan-based fasting diet reduces inflammatory bowel disease pathology in mice
108 Study confirms and quantifies Zika-microcephaly link in Brazil
109 Gaining a little weight after quitting tobacco is offset by the benefits for people with diabetes
110 More immediate concerns beat heart health in the priorities and behaviors of young women
111 The grassroots revolution making it normal for children to 'play out' again
112 Soda, sugar-sweetened beverages linked to more severe symptoms for people with MS
113 A fungus usually found on skin might play a role in Crohn's disease
114 Electrical signals kick off flatworm regeneration
115 Sacrificing accuracy to see the big picture
116 Modern beer yeast emerged from mix of European grape wine, Asian rice wine yeast