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1 Obesity may affect puberty timing and hormones in girls
2 Menthol cigarettes helped recruit estimated 10 million extra US smokers over 38 years
3 Lethal house lures reduce incidence of malaria in children
4 Forests' long-term capacity to store carbon is dropping in regions with extreme annual fires
5 How plant stem cells renew themselves--a cytokinin story
6 Gulf Stream System at its weakest in over a millennium
7 Light unbound: Data limits could vanish with new optical antennas
8 Was 'science' really on the 2020 ballot?
9 Seafloor seismic sensor detects waves and quakes
10 Current liver cancer screenings may leave African Americans at greater risk
11 Mortality rises among public when health workers get sick in an outbreak, model suggests
12 Environment: Shifting from small to medium plastic bottles could reduce PET waste
13 Patients with sickle cell-related kidney failure are less likely to receive transplants
14 New type of bone cell could reveal targets for osteoporosis treatment
15 Do commonly prescribed antidepressants increase the risk of bleeding stroke?
16 Bacterial toxin is found in patients with urinary tract infections
17 Male superb lyrebirds imitate alarm calls of a "mobbing flock" while mating
18 Two new genes linked to Alzheimer's disease discovered
19 Vitamin D deficiency does not increase risk of type 1 diabetes
20 Openly available toolkit to help lab-based coronavirus research
21 Scientists reveal details of antibodies that work against Zika virus
22 Why some coronavirus strains are more infectious than others
23 How SARS-CoV-2's sugar-coated shield helps activate the virus
24 Antibodies recognize and attack different SARS-CoV-2 spike shapes
25 Scientists uncover new details of SARS-CoV-2 interactions with human cells
26 Allergy season starts earlier each year due to climate change and pollen transport
27 Oahu marine protected areas offer limited protection of coral reef herbivorous fishes
28 Picture books can boost physical activity for youth with autism
29 Atherosclerosis can accelerate the development of clonal hematopoiesis, study finds
30 Deep brain stimulation and exercise restore movement in ataxia
31 'Explicit instruction' provides dramatic benefits in learning to read
32 Sensing robot healthcare helpers being developed at SFU
33 Research reveals how bacteria defeat drugs that fight cystic fibrosis
34 Researchers identify characteristics of highest utilizers for mental health hospital services
35 Cerium sidelines silver to make drug precursor
36 Meteorites remember conditions of stellar explosions
37 Quantum quirk yields giant magnetic effect, where none should exist
38 Measuring the tRNA world
39 New study highlights importance of context to physical theories
40 Republican and Democratic voters agree on one thing--the need for generous COVID-19 relief
41 Engineering the boundary between 2D and 3D materials
42 Exposure to diverse career paths can help fill labor market 'skills gap'
43 New tools find COVID patients at highest risk of mechanical ventilation and death
44 Agents of food-borne zoonoses confirmed to parasitise newly-recorded in Thailand snails
45 Blood tests offer early indicator of severe COVID-19, study says
46 Using neutron scattering to better understand milk composition
47 New research finds exercise may help slow memory loss for people living with Alzheimer's dementia
48 Considering disorder and cooperative effects in photon escape rates from atomic gases
49 Investigating dense plasmas with positron waves
50 Light-emitting tattoo engineered for the first time
51 Prioritizing the oldest for COVID-19 vaccines saves more lives, potential years of life
52 How housing discrimination affects environmental inequality
53 Genomic Data Commons provides unprecedented cancer data resource
54 Early PDA closure may improve outcomes in preterm infants
55 Maternal instincts lead to social life of bees
56 Pesticide imidacloprid threatens future for key pollinator
57 Under climate stress, human innovation set stage for population surge
58 Advanced practice nurses reduce hospitalizations from nursing home residents
59 Bioinformatics tool accurately tracks synthetic DNA
60 A weak heart makes a suffering brain
61 Biologists from RUDN University suggested a new substance to suppress neuroinflammation
62 Statin use associated with increased survival in severe COVID-19
63 Discovery: Neanderthal-derived protein may reduce the severity of COVID-19
64 Genes identified that increase the risk of obesity but also protect against disease
65 Finding their comfort zone
66 Pioneering prehistoric landscape reconstruction reveals early dinosaurs lived on tropical islands
67 Warming may promote spread of invasive blue catfish
68 Ancient Egyptian manual reveals new details about mummification
69 How photoblueing disturbs microscopy
70 Dinosaur species: 'Everyone's unique'
71 A missing protein promotes genetic instability in patients with Mulibrey syndrome
72 The GRANTECAN discovers the largest cluster of galaxies known in the early universe
73 SARS-CoV-2 mutations in competition
74 Targeted spraying to prevent malaria in low-transmission setting halves cost of current practice
75 KIMM develops all-round grippers for contact-free society
76 New insights into an ancient protein complex
77 Stark warning: Combating ecosystem collapse from the tropics to the Antarctic
78 Advantageous preparation of movement via independent control of muscle sensors
79 Using artificial intelligence to hunt for breast cancer
80 New open-source platform accelerates research into the treatment of heart arrhythmia's
81 Changing the silkworm's diet to spin stronger silk
82 Unburdening China of cancer: Trend analysis to assist prevention measures
83 Novel catalysts improve efficiency of urea synthesis at ambient conditions
84 Curcumin for amyloidosis and lipid metabolism--a novel insight
85 Flickering the neural activities with LED lights
86 From microsaws to nanodrills: laser pulses act as subtle machining tools
87 MicroRNA testing of healthy kids could provide a window on future heart and kidney health
88 The key to proper muscle growth
89 Not all "good" cholesterol is healthy
90 Study finds link between racial, socioeconomic factors and atrial fibrillation treatment
91 Improving water quality could help conserve insectivorous birds--study
92 URI researchers: Microbes deep beneath seafloor survive on byproducts of radioactive process
93 Retroviruses are re-writing the koala genome and causing cancer
94 New catalyst makes styrene manufacturing cheaper, greener
95 Vitamin B6 may help keep COVID-19's cytokine storms at bay
96 Social media use driven by search for reward, akin to animals seeking food
97 When using pyrite to understand Earth's ocean and atmosphere: Think local, not global
98 Cancer: a new killer lymphocyte enters the ring
99 Nanoparticles help untangle Alzheimer's disease amyloid beta plaques
100 Predicts the onset of Alzheimer's Disease (AD) using deep learning-based Splice-AI
101 When foams collapse (and when they don't)
102 Staying in the shade: how cells use molecular motors to avoid bright light
103 To sustain a thriving cafe culture, we must ditch the disposable cup.
104 The gut microbiome can predict changes in glucose regulation
105 The human brain grew as a result of the extinction of large animals
106 CUHK unveils balance between two protein counteracting forces in hereditary ataxias
107 Pumping perovskites into a semiconductor platform
108 'Silent epidemic of grief' leaves bereaved and bereavement care practitioners struggling
109 Sensing suns
110 Study: Treatable sleep disorder common in people with thinking and memory problems