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1 Urban daycare yards outfitted with natural forest floor boosted children's immune systems
2 Research demonstrates a molecular dance that keeps your heart beating
3 Brain injury survivors and their caregivers can benefit from a resiliency program
4 Study linking 28 genes to developmental disorders to mean diagnoses for about 500 families
5 Wolves attached--Adult wolves miss their human handler in separation similar to dogs
6 Scientists home in on the mechanism that protects cells from premature aging
7 Young adults face higher risk of severe disease from infections than school-age children
8 Severe morning sickness linked to depression new study finds
9 Data sharing approach is helping drive down violent crime across the world
10 Seeing evolution happening before your eyes
11 Risk of heart complications after major surgery is higher than previously thought
12 Are corals genetically equipped to survive climate change?
13 Only 7% of US school districts in poorer, ethnic minority populations to reopen this fall
14 Scientists shed new light on viruses' role in coral bleaching
15 Researchers use lab-grown tissue grafts for personalized joint replacement
16 Robots are helping to advance developmental biology
17 Scientists show jet lag conditions impair immune response in mice
18 Virus-mimicking drug helps immune system target cunning cancer cells
19 Biggest CO2 drop: Real-time data show COVID-19's massive impact on global emissions
20 NYU health economist envisions revamped federal policies in a Biden administration
21 A new toolkit for capturing how COVID-19 impacts crime
22 From puppyhood to senior age: Different personality traits age differently
23 DNA-peptide interactions create complex behaviours which may have helped shape biology
24 'Honey bee, it's me'
25 Workplace wellness programs could improve if more personalized, study shows
26 Restoring 30% of the world's ecosystems in priority areas could stave off more than 70% of projected extinctions and absorb nearly half of the carbon built up in the atmosphere since the Industrial Revolution
27 SHEA updates guidance for healthcare workers with HIV, hepatitis
28 Nerves that sense touch may play role in autism
29 Could loss of interest be sign of dementia risk?
30 Solar-powered system extracts drinkable water from "dry" air
31 A new, comprehensive approach to measure inequality in preventable child mortality
32 New study shows about 1/3 of young people in 43 LMIC have lost a sibling before age 25
33 Effectiveness of fitness-boosting strategies may be linked to personality traits
34 Ivory Coast without ivory? Elephant populations are declining rapidly in Cote d'Ivoire
35 Whitebark pine declines may unravel the tree's mutualism with Clark's Nutcracker
36 Oncotarget: Genomic markers of midostaurin drug sensitivity in leukemia patients
37 Studies offer new evidence for possible link between blood type & COVID-19 susceptibility
38 Recovery from grief is a slow, difficult process for families of terrorism victims
39 Robot swarms follow instructions to create art
40 A new ultrafast control scheme of ferromagnet for energy-efficient data storage
41 Reelin-Nrp1 interaction regulates neocortical dendrite development
42 Stressed out volcanoes more likely to collapse and erupt, study finds
43 Better measures reveal more COVID-19 smell loss
44 What San Diego's Hepatitis A outbreak can teach us during COVID-19
45 Vanderbilt researchers make counterintuitive discoveries about immune-like characteristics of cells
46 Plant genetic engineering to fight 'hidden hunger'
47 FSU researchers find diverse communities comprise bacterial mats threatening coral reefs
48 Results from the MITHRAS trial reported at TCT Connect and published in Circulation
49 Results from the REFLECT II Trial reported at TCT Connect
50 Supergene discovery leads to new knowledge of fire ants
51 New technology diagnoses sickle cell disease in record time
52 New bioprosthetic valve for TAVR fails to demonstrate non-inferiority
53 Researchers develop framework to identify health impacts of self-driving vehicles
54 Research could change how blood pressure is managed in spinal cord injury patients
55 Early trauma influences metabolism across generations
56 New test can target and capture most lethal cells in fatal brain cancer
57 Bark beetle outbreaks benefit wild bee populations, habitat
58 Study identifies gene variants to help personalize treatment of eosinophilic esophagitis
59 New research could help millions who suffer from 'ringing in the ears'
60 Oral, poster abstracts take center stage at ObesityWeek Interactive
61 Study: Medicaid and adults on the autism spectrum
62 Ingestible capsule that could help demystify the gut-brain axis
63 New national poll: Biden leads Trump by 10
64 Study reveals most effective drugs for common type of neuropathic pain
65 All-terrain microrobot flips through a live colon
66 Marriage or not? Rituals help dating couples decide relationship future
67 Bisexual adults less likely to enjoy health benefits of education
68 Phosphate polymer forms a cornerstone of metabolic control
69 Rare congenital heart defect rescued by protease inhibition
70 Glutathione precursor GlyNAC reverses premature aging in people with HIV
71 University of South Carolina research finds trigger that leads to faster nerve healing
72 Deep learning artificial intelligence keeps an eye on volcano movements
73 Healthy skepticism: People may be wary of health articles on crowdsourced sites
74 Monkey study suggests that they, like humans, may have 'self-domesticated'
75 Ultrasound technique offers more precise, quantified assessments of lung health
76 UT Southwestern leads national efforts around childhood blood disorders
77 Synthego's CRISPR platform enables faster ID of potential Coronavirus treatment
78 Bats save energy by reducing energetically costly immune functions during annual migration
79 New study to assess pandemic's impact on Canadian veterans and their spouses
80 Moffitt researchers discover specific molecules that promote cancer progression
81 Sprinkled with power: How impurities enhance a thermoelectric material at the atomic level
82 Mapping how three lethal coronaviruses engage their hosts reveals potential drug targets
83 Astrocytes build synapses after cocaine use in mice
84 Consistent nursing care after childbirth boosts breastfeeding rates
85 Researchers step toward understanding how toxic PFAS chemicals spread from release sites
86 Inexpensive and rapid testing of drugs for resistant infections possible
87 The Lancet Infectious Diseases: Preliminary results find vaccine candidate based on inactivated SARS-CoV-2 virus is safe and induces an immune response in healthy volunteers
88 Study finds athletes fear being judged as weak when they experience pain or injury
89 Researchers develop a plant-based thermotherapy patch
90 Researchers question the existence of the social brain as a separate system
91 New study: Forests are still underrated as allies to curb rural poverty
92 Magnetic fields on the moon are the remnant of an ancient core dynamo
93 LiU researchers first to develop an organic battery
94 Review of proposed FDA regulation reveals the extent of financial ties to industry
95 Artificial cyanobacterial biofilm can sustain green ethylene production for over a month
96 E-cigarettes might not be safe alternative in reducing harm to babies
97 Upgraded GMRT measures the mass of hydrogen in distant galaxies
98 Predicting influenza epidemics
99 Novel antiviral strategy for treatment of COVID-19
100 Was Hong Kong once a coral reef paradise?
101 What was responsible for the hottest spring in eastern China in 2018?
102 Automatic decision-making prevents us harming others--new study
103 Classic optical illusion leads to the discovery of critical neurons in zebrafish.
104 Star clusters are only the tip of the iceberg
105 Scientists discover a new mechanism for cellular defense against viral and bacterial infections
106 Small RNA as a central player in infections
107 Scientists propose potential method for imaging-guided synergistic cancer therapy
108 Monash discoveries suggest new breast cancer treatment
109 Chronic disease and public health failures fuel COVID-19 pandemic
110 NTU Singapore scientists develop 'mini-brains' to help robots recognize pain and to self-repair