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1 COVID-19 warnings were on Twitter well before the outbreak of the pandemic
2 Ideal surgical results less likely if cancer patients live vulnerable communities
3 Nuclear war could trigger big El Nino and decrease seafood
4 Nanomedicine's 'crown' is ready for its close up
5 Doctoral student leads paleoclimate study of precipitation and sea ice in Arctic Alaska
6 Litter provides habitat for diverse animal communities in rivers, study finds
7 Women influenced coevolution of dogs and humans
8 Genetic breakthrough to target care for deadly heart condition
9 Efficient solid-state depolymerization of waste PET
10 Fine tuning first-responder immune cells may reduce TBI damage
11 When galaxies collide
12 Rich European countries have higher atrial fibrillation death rates than least wealthy
13 Puzzling six-exoplanet system with rhythmic movement challenges theories of how planets form
14 First people to enter the Americas likely did so with their dogs
15 Sport may fast-track numeracy skills for Indigenous children
16 Microbes fuelled by wind-blown mineral dust melt the Greenland ice sheet
17 Opertech Bio's pioneering approach to taste testing and measurement published in JPET
18 Competition among human females likely contributed to concealed ovulation
19 Aging-US: Growth factor beta type 1 and hypoxia-inducible factor 1 transcription complex
20 Aging-US: Nicotinamide mononucleotide in degenerative model of retinal detachment
21 Aging-US: PAM (PIK3/AKT/mTOR) signaling in glia: potential contributions to brain tumors
22 New skull of tube-crested dinosaur reveals evolution of bizarre crest
23 Global ice loss increases at record rate
24 Afternoon napping linked to better mental agility
25 Listening to music linked to significant reduction in anxiety/pain after major heart surgery
26 Male breast cancer patients face high prevalence of heart disease risk factors
27 Air pollution linked to heightened risk of progressive and irreversible sight loss (AMD)
28 Childhood cancer survivors are not more likely to terminate their pregnancies
29 Recovery of ovarian function in infertile mammals lacking gonadotropin release
30 Inequality in medieval Cambridge was 'recorded on the bones' of its residents
31 Princeton team advances new route to chemically recyclable plastics
32 White turns into (extreme-)ultraviolet
33 Absence of supporters during football matches associated with fewer altercations on pitch
34 Aircraft could cut emissions by better surfing the wind
35 Novel molecules to combat asthma and COVID-related lung diseases discovered
36 Oncotarget: Drug-resistant cells grow exponentially in metastatic prostate cancer
37 Oncotarget: Improved therapeutic efficacy of unmodified anti-tumor antibodies
38 Despite some advances, women still face disparities of the global burden of stroke
39 Mental health is important to overall health, and heart disease prevention and treatment
40 Adherence to low-dose aspirin regimen led to better pregnancy outcomes in women with previous pregnancy losses
41 Musicians have more connected brains than non-musicians
42 Targeted health messaging needed in era of vaping, researchers say
43 Deep-sea plastic accumulations by turbidity currents: NW South China sea
44 Newly discovered fossil named after U of A paleontologist
45 UC study: The dangers of drugged driving are outpacing drunk driving
46 Partners in crime: genetic collaborator may influence severity of the rare disease, NGLY1
47 Life-threatening complications during pregnancy: greater long-term risk of death
48 Race plays a role in children's food allergies
49 A compound that slows bone loss, and a resource for developing treatments to slow aging
50 Cell 'bones' mystery solved with supercomputers
51 UMass Amherst researchers develop technique to replicate bone-remodeling processes
52 Mouse study identifies novel compound that may help develop diabetes drugs
53 Ocean toxin a heartbreaking threat for sea otters
54 Researchers simplify the study of gene-environment interactions
55 Mouse study: gabapentin prevents harmful structural changes in spinal cord
56 Two anti-viral enzymes transform pre-leukemia stem cells into leukemia
57 TGen-led study results suggest more accurate diagnostic for breast cancer
58 'Tri-active' contraceptive gel combines spermicidal, anti-viral, libido-enhancing agents
59 For older adults, specific Facebook activities more important than overall use
60 Study helps understand why kids of obese mothers may be susceptible to metabolic diseases
61 Anti-poverty policies can reduce reports of child neglect
62 Scientists identify flank instability at a volcano with history of collapse
63 Extreme black holes have hair that can be combed
64 Study finds water quality improvements in Maryland's Choptank River
65 Hybrid closed-loop insulin therapy improves glycemic control
66 Satellite data reveals bonds between emissions, pollution and economy
67 Concordia researchers find melatonin is effective against polycystic kidney disease
68 Southern Africa's most endangered shark just extended its range by 2,000 kilometers
69 Smart algorithm cleans up images by searching for clues buried in noise
70 Strokes after TIAs have declined over time, study shows
71 AI used to predict early symptoms of schizophrenia in relatives of patients
72 When push comes to shove, what counts as a fight?
73 Story tips from Johns Hopkins experts on Covid-19
74 Increase in minimum wage will save infant lives, study shows
75 LSD may offer viable treatment for certain mental disorders
76 Building a corn cob--cell by cell, gene by gene
77 Marketing has major benefits for entrepreneurs in emerging markets, study shows
78 Anonymous cell phone data can quantify behavioral changes for flu-like illnesses
79 Metamaterial tiles boost sensitivity of large telescopes
80 Kombucha tea sparks creative materials research solution
81 Genetically-modified mosquitoes key to stopping Zika virus spread
82 Avoid repeating old mistakes
83 Ludwig Cancer Research study reveals how certain gut bacteria compromise radiotherapy
84 Rates of skin cancer have increased dramatically over recent decades
85 Compelling evidence of neutrino process opens physics possibilities
86 Invasive mussels now control a key nutrient in the American Great Lakes
87 Medicaid expansion helps uncover undiagnosed HIV infections
88 Over half of cannabis users with Parkinson's disease report clinical benefits
89 Metoclopramide inhibits proliferation of leukemia stem cells
90 Hospital worker flu shots could mean fewer deaths
91 Vaccine shows potential against deadly leptospirosis bacteria
92 NSU researcher part of team studying impact of rising sea temperatures on marine life
93 Intercontinental study sheds light on the microbial life of sourdough
94 When looking at species declines, nuances and long-term data are important
95 Reef fish futures foretold
96 Multiple sclerosis: Immune cells silence neurons by removing synapses
97 Eight recommendations to improve apps for neglected tropical diseases
98 Solar hydrogen: Photoanodes made of alpha-SnWO4 promise high efficiencies
99 Researchers use nanomaterials to make 2D diamond clusters at room temperature
100 Scientists developed energy saving ceramic phosphors for high power LED systems
101 Holocaust Remembrance Day: COVID-19 changed how we remember
102 Corona vaccination: Approach receives approval
103 Roadblocks to success for PhD grads could mean missed opportunities for Canada
104 Study provides first real-world evidence of COVID-19 contact tracing app effectiveness
105 Commuting patterns could explain higher incidence of COVID-19 in Black Americans
106 Nuclear physicist's voyage towards a mythical island
107 Not everyone has equal access to crucial information that can stop the spread of COVID-19
108 Mangroves threatened by plastic pollution from rivers, new study finds
109 New study: Malaria tricks the brain's defense system
110 A benchmark for single-electron circuits