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1 Wound-healing biomaterials activate immune system for stronger skin
2 Cell aging can be slowed by oxidants
3 Tiny device enables new record in super-fast quantum light detection
4 E-cigarettes can be 'gateway' to cigarettes for teens with no prior intention to smoke
5 'Diseases of despair' have soared over past decade in US
6 Scientists unravel how and why Amazon trees die
7 Global fisheries could alleviate a global food emergency in extreme situations
8 Slow-living animal species could be disease 'reservoirs'
9 India's clean fuel transition slowed by belief that firewood is better for well-being
10 Rise of the relationship herbivore--Japanese increasingly single, disinterested in dates
11 New study reveals disturbing surge in violent injuries during stay-at-home orders
12 Trauma hospitalizations fall in Philly during COVID-19 lockdown, but gun violence rises
13 No matter the size of a nuclear party, some protons and neutrons will pair up and dance
14 Underinsured transgender Americans more likely to turn to riskier sources for hormones
15 Study sheds light on how MSCs suppress inflammation long after they leave the body
16 Understanding rare type of diabetes gives insights into mechanisms of insulin production
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18 Newly discovered fossil shows small-scale evolutionary changes in an extinct human species
19 Formal community forest management policies often lead to reduced access, resource rights
20 Gene editing study finds gene for heat tolerance in corals
21 How to accelerate solar adoption for the underserved
22 In a warming world, Cape Town's 'Day Zero' drought won't be an anomaly
23 Marine fisheries will not offset farm losses after nuclear war
24 Do spoilers harm movie box-office revenue?
25 Nuclear war could take a big bite out of the world's seafood
26 Study examines health literacy and shared decision-making in prostate cancer screening
27 Extra precautions during CPR due to the pandemic do not have a negative impact on survival
28 Serious disparities in care and outcomes found among Black and non-white heart patients
29 Acute exposure to higher ozone levels linked to higher risk of cardiac arrest
30 New medication to treat shock caused by blood or fluid loss found safe and effective
31 New method for estimating kidney function improves accuracy and precision compared with commonly use [plus additional topic]
32 People with inflammatory bowel disease still die earlier despite increase in life
33 COVID-19 risks: Irregular heartbeat may increase risk, blood pressure medicines do not
34 Remote cardiac rehabilitation programs are effective alternatives to on-site services
35 More green spaces can help boost air quality, reduce heart disease deaths
36 People who eat chili pepper may live longer?
37 Children exposed to tobacco smoke at home have worse heart function as adults
38 Marijuana use associated with complications after heart attack or procedures
39 Lung symptoms common among users of e-cigarettes and related products
40 Many transgender people who receive hormone therapy have unaddressed heart disease risks
41 Higher fitness levels linked to lower AFib risk in male, African American veterans
42 Older Latinas please stand up! Simple intervention encourages better health
43 U.S.-born Black women at higher risk of preeclampsia than Black immigrants
44 Flu vaccine rate less than 25% in young adults with heart disease, despite increased risk
45 Calories by the clock? Squeezing most of your calories in early doesn't impact weight loss
46 Healthy habits are key to maintaining health even while taking multiple prescriptions
47 High blood pressure complications in US pregnancies have nearly doubled
48 Food insecurity linked to higher risk of cardiovascular death
49 Women veterans with PTSD have higher rate of heart disease
50 Black patients less likely to receive added, higher dose meds to control blood pressure
51 New medication may treat underlying causes of hypertrophic cardiomyopathy
52 New cancer drugs saved over 1.2 million people in the US over 16 years, new study shows
53 New study finds a link between sleep apnea and increased risk of dementia
54 Study finds lasting fatigue common after COVID-19 infection
55 Faster disclosure under RTRS delivering transparency that helps muni market stakeholders
56 Rice has many fathers but only two mothers
57 Ultrafast laser experiments pave way to better industrial catalysts
58 3D-printed weather stations could enable more science for less money
59 Researchers 3D print biomedical parts with supersonic speed
60 Postpartum care fails to provide women with key recommended services
61 Hundreds of copies of Newton's Principia found in new census
62 New analysis finds lung cancer screening reduces rates of lung cancer-specific death
63 Gene signature predicts whether localized prostate cancer is likely to spread
64 Under-insured transgender Americans turn to riskier sources for gender-affirming hormones
65 New primary care tool to prescribe referrals for community health and social services
66 Jacky dragon moms' time in the sun affects their kids
67 Six ways primary care "medical homes" are lowering health care spending
68 Treating opioid addiction in primary care helps patients and cash-strapped medical practices
69 Diabetes epidemic detected among Xavante indigenous community in Central Brazil
70 November/December 2020 Annals of Family Medicine tip sheet
71 Explaining the religious vote for Trump
72 Research news tip sheet: story ideas from Johns Hopkins Medicine
73 Frugal science--a low-cost way to decontaminate PPE equipment
74 Mount Sinai develops machine learning models to predict critical illness and mortality in COVID-19 patients
75 A viable vaccine for tough tumors
76 Induced liver regeneration enhances CRISPR/Cas9-mediated gene repair
77 Rapid test can ID unknown causes of infections throughout the body
78 Psychological status rather than cognitive status is associated with incorrect perception of risk of falling in patients with moderate stage dementia
79 Glioblastoma nanomedicine crosses into brain in mice, eradicates recurring brain cancer
80 New technique may revolutionize accuracy and detection of biomechanical alterations of cells
81 Simultaneous kidney transplant plus weight loss surgery safe for obese patients
82 Survey of COVID-19 research provides fresh overview
83 Electrical stimulation reduces swallowing problems in patients with neurological conditions
84 UChicago scientists uncover secrets to designing brain-like devices
85 As cancer has evolved, it is time for cancer research to do the same
86 Demolishing abandoned houses does not reduce nearby crime, study finds
87 Two genes regulate social dominance
88 When kids watch a lot of TV, parents may end up more stressed
89 Study of LGBTQ+ experience in the geosciences finds difficulties, dangers in fieldwork
90 Radioactive elements may be crucial to the habitability of rocky planets
91 Strenuous work during pregnancy increases likelihood of high birth weight
92 Study: crop diversification can improve environmental outcomes without sacrificing yields
93 Weight loss shouldn't be the goal of PE
94 Diseases of despair diagnoses increase in Pennsylvania
95 Researchers model source of eruption on Jupiter's moon Europa
96 Mindfulness interventions can change health behaviors--integrated model helps to explain how they work
97 The universe is getting hot, hot, hot, a new study suggests
98 Galaxies have gotten hotter as they've gotten older
99 In the Netherlands, two-way transmission of SARS-CoV-2 transmission on mink farms
100 Researchers discover enzyme suppressing immune response to viral infections
101 Vocational rehabilitation helps lift people with disabilities out of poverty
102 Studies outline key ethical questions surrounding brain-computer interface tech
103 Scientists use bacteria as micro-3D printers
104 RNA structures of coronavirus reveal potential drug targets
105 Predicting colorectal cancer risk among average risk persons
106 Study reveals how premature menopause increases risk of cardiovascular disease
107 SwRI scientist studies tiny craters on Bennu boulders to understand asteroid's age
108 Lack of positivity bias can predict relapse in bipolar disorder
109 Study identifies new "hidden" gene in COVID-19 virus
110 Do neurosurgeons face sexual harassment in their profession?
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