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1 Tanning beds and sunbathing may be associated with an increased risk of endometriosis
2 Obesity changes cell response to glucose, uses slower metabolic path in mouse liver
3 Cannabidiol (CBD) in cannabis does not impair driving, landmark study shows
4 Scientists identify new genetic MND risk factor in junk DNA
5 City of Hope developed cancer-killing virus: activates immune system against colon cancer
6 Selecting best microalgae for biodiesel production
7 Scientists solve big limitation of stratospheric balloon payloads
8 Rock-a-bye fly: Why vibrations lead to sleepiness
9 Watch immune cells dig tunnels in tissues
10 Flashy lizards are more attractive to mates and to predators
11 Automatic deep-learning AI tool measures volume of cerebral ventricles on MRIs in children
12 Retinal transplant boost opens door to treat eyesight loss
13 Octapharma USA presents bleeding disorders research at virtual ASH annual meeting
14 Post-COVID pain or weakness? Request an ultrasound or MRI
15 NUS engineers invent fast and safe way to store natural gas for useful applications
16 SWOG Cancer Research Network hits SABCS with high impact research
17 Impactful science teaching requires minimum five hours instruction weekly
18 Autism study suggests connection between repetitive behaviors, gut problems
19 After CDC guidance, little change in opioid prescriptions to those at risk of misuse
20 Once in a lifetime floods to become regular occurrences by end of century
21 RUDN University physicists described a new type of amorphous solid bodies
22 Incredible vision in ancient marine creatures drove an evolutionary arms race
23 Why does it matter if most Republican voters still think Biden lost?
24 To increase organs available for transplant, reassess organ procurement organizations' metrics
25 New activity found for CHD7, a protein factor vital in embryonic development
26 Understanding quality of life for caregivers of persons with traumatic brain injury
27 Supernova surprise creates elemental mystery
28 After shipping, pallets pose big risk to public, cause many accidents, injuries
29 Bluestar Genomics, UChicago publish whole genome map of key biomarker for detecting cancer
30 New Yorkers believe pandemic will persist, but express hope in wake of election
31 Drug attenuates weight gain in animals fed a high-fat diet
32 What social distancing does to a brain
33 New machine learning tool tracks urban traffic congestion
34 No nanoparticle risks to humans found in field tests of spray sunscreens
35 Physical activity key to helping reduce menopause symptoms
36 Combined exercise, mindfulness training may help reduce fatigue in cancer survivors
37 Sensor can detect scarred or fatty liver tissue
38 Chaotic early solar system collisions resembled 'asteroids' arcade game
39 Social, behavioral modifications can be positive trigger to mitigating gun violence
40 No poaching occurring within most Channel Islands marine protected areas
41 When the rains stopped
42 Nanomaterials enable dual-mode heating and cooling device
43 New platform generates hybrid light-matter excitations in highly charged graphene
44 Study: Telemedicine use disparity during COVID-19 among head and neck cancer patients
45 Personality changes predict early career outcomes
46 Amphibian die-offs worsened malaria outbreaks in Central America
47 Roly polies transfer environmental toxins to threatened fish populations in California
48 The tree of cortical cell types describes the diversity of neurons in the brain
49 RUDN University professor suggested how to clean up space debris
50 Kidney disease leading risk factor for COVID-related hospitalization
51 Unmet job expectations linked to a rise in suicide, deaths of despair
52 Greenland ice sheet faces irreversible melting
53 Big data analysis suggests role of brain connectivity in epilepsy-related atrophy
54 Living with autonomous systems "we can trust"
55 Academic dishonesty: Fear and justifications
56 Xenophobic and racist policies in the US may have harmful effect on birth outcomes
57 People returning home from skilled nursing facilities need tailored instructions
58 Plant-inspired alkaloids protect rice, kiwi and citrus from harmful bacteria
59 Study shows promising material can store solar energy for months or years
60 Parents shouldn't worry about their baby's inconsistent sleep patterns
61 Ozone breaks down THC deposited on surfaces from thirdhand cannabis smoke
62 Self-repairing gelatin-based film could be a smart move for electronics
63 Discovery of plant amyloids could help create varieties with improved seed quality
64 Brexit opens the door to tougher anti-smoking measures
65 Unexpected finding reveals new target for aggressive form of lung cancer
66 Researchers determine how the SARS-CoV-2 virus hijacks and rapidly causes damage to human lung cells
67 Patients with heart rhythm disorder warned against heavy alcohol consumption
68 Oddly satisfying metamaterials store energy in their skin
69 AI abdominal fat measure predicts heart attack and stroke
70 Operations on screen: Creating an accessible surgery simulator
71 Sensors for a 'smart' wound bandage may track healing, immune response: Study
72 Reconstruction of eye tissue gives new insight into outer retina
73 Cell membranes in super resolution
74 Protein molecules in cells function as miniature antennas
75 SMART researchers develop plant nanobionic sensor to monitor arsenic levels in soil
76 Common neural circuit and potential target for anxiety and obsessive-compulsive disorder
77 Carbon dioxide converted to ethylene--the 'rice of the industry'
78 Healthy muscles are a carrot on a string for healthy lungs
79 Scientists invent a new type of microscope that can see through an intact skull
80 A hint of new physics in polarized radiation from the early universe
81 Natural three-dimensional nonlinear photonic crystal
82 Research suggests our galaxy's brightest gamma-ray binary system may be powered by a magnetar star
83 Active camouflage artificial skin in visible-to-infrared range
84 Having it both ways: a combined strategy in catalyst design for Suzuki cross-couplings
85 New microscope technique reveals details of droplet nucleation
86 This 3D printer doesn't gloss over the details
87 New butterfly-inspired hydrogen sensor is powered by light
88 Research reveals how a fungal infection activates inflammation
89 Rethinking race and kidney function
90 Peeking into the pods of black soybeans
91 What's killing killer whales?
92 Drinking blocks a chemical that promotes attention
93 Discrimination on social media results in higher depression, anxiety among minority males
94 Science snapshots from Berkeley Lab
95 COVID-19 can impact young children's hearts
96 Anti-doping education: Teaching athletes about morality in sport can help reduce doping
97 Study on placenta membrane cells identifies genetic markers associated with preterm birth
98 Circadian gene mutation increases self-administration of cocaine in mice
99 Replacing red meat with plant foods may reduce the risk of heart disease
100 Birth defects linked to greater risk of cancer in later life
101 African trade routes sketched out by mediaeval beads
102 ETRI, DGIST develop new electrode structure for all-solid-state secondary battery
103 New lab-on-a-chip infection test could provide cheaper, faster portable diagnostics
104 Nine years on, the psychological effects of the Syrian war on school children in Damascus
105 Differences in immunity and blood vessels likely protect children from severe COVID-19
106 New glue sticks easily, holds strongly, and is a gas to pull apart
107 Building resiliency in children as the COVID-19 pandemic continues through the holidays
108 Stress hormones can reawaken sleeping tumor cells, raising risk of cancer recurrence
109 Smoking, tobacco use among teens continues to drop even as use of e-cigs grows
110 Scientists reverse age-related vision loss, eye damage from glaucoma in mice