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1 Pandemic led to profound changes in multiple sclerosis clinical practice
2 Study reveals a unique mode of cell migration on soft 'viscoelastic' surfaces
3 Without major changes, gender parity in orthopaedic surgery will take two centuries
4 Study reveals the workings of nature's own earthquake blocker
5 In-ambulance consults cut down on critical treatment time for stroke patients
6 Can magnitude 4 earthquake rates be used to forecast large earthquake events?
7 GPS data reveal possible earthquake, tsunami hazard in northwestern colombia
8 Once-a-week insulin treatment could be game-changing for patients with diabetes
9 Delaying cardiovascular surgeries due to COVID-19 has psychological effects on patients
10 Microglia, Stockholm syndrome and miraculous cures in glioblastoma patients
11 Green hydrogen: "Rust" as a photoanode and its limits
12 Mayo researchers, collaborators identify 'instigator' gene associated with Alzheimer's disease
13 Materials advances are key to development of quantum hardware
14 Gene therapy shows promise in initial trial for patients with childhood blindness
15 Gender-affirming hormone therapy may increase risk of high blood pressure
16 Two blood thinners at once: More risk with the same reward
17 NYU Abu Dhabi researchers develop Micro-Fluidic Probe to isolate cancer spreading cells
18 Attacking aortic aneurysms before they grow
19 Who is selling and trafficking Africa's wild meat?
20 National report highlights benefit of collaborative care models for people with dementia
21 Stone Age black bears didn't just defecate in the woods--they did it in a cave too
22 Sleep disorders and surgery: Anesthesia & Analgesia marks first decade of the Society of Anesthesia and Sleep Medicine
23 Learning about system stability from ants
24 Mapping performance variations to see how lithium-metal batteries fail
25 Patients who are obese or overweight are at risk for a more severe course of COVID-19
26 Ocean currents modulate oxygen content at the equator
27 Making spaces on the high street for clothing repairs
28 Researchers use laser paintbrush to create miniature masterpieces
29 Study shows education is not enough to overcome inequality
30 Army researchers create pioneering approach to real-time conversational AI
31 Russian scientists discover a new gene regulation mechanism
32 Ice cap study promises new prospects for accurate local climate projections
33 Pandemic eviction bans found to protect entire communities from COVID-19 spread
34 Northern Red Sea corals live close to the threshold of resistance to cold temperatures
35 MIPT and Harvard researchers grow stem cells to cure glaucoma
36 To forget or to do not forget?
37 Mountain high: Andean forests have high potential to store carbon under climate change
38 Supplement treats schizophrenia in mice, restores healthy "dance" and structure of neurons
39 UK waters are home again to the bluefin tuna
40 Traumatic brain injuries can increase risk of stroke for up to five years, finds study
41 Defects in a specific cell type may cause ulcerative colitis
42 What does the study of domesticated birds tell us about the evolution of human language?
43 Evidence for glaciation predating MIS-6 in the eastern Nyainqentanglha, southeastern Tibet
44 Where's my horse-sized rabbit?
45 Where are the women on the Spanish-language Wikipedia site?
46 Human land-use and climate change will have significant impact on animal genetic diversity
47 SMART breakthrough to enhance travel behavior research with artificial neural networks
48 Understanding interfaces of hybrid materials with machine learning
49 Active liquid crystal systems examined in search of autonomous materials systems
50 Bad to the bone: Hebrew University reveals impact of junk food on kids' skeletal development
51 New factor in the development of psoriasis discovered
52 Sustainable chemical synthesis with platinum
53 Intellectual disability is rarely inherited--risk for younger siblings is low
54 MicroMesh: a microscopic polymeric network to attack glioblastoma multiforme
55 Beetles that pee themselves to death could be tomorrow's pest control
56 Researchers find a way to mend a broken heart
57 SARS-CoV-2 variants from mink evade inhibition by antibodies
58 Mirror, mirror...viewing your own face, even subconsciously, is rewarding
59 Leg muscle action assists blood flow independently of age
60 UW researchers studying how to make online arguments productive
61 DNA robots designed in minutes instead of days
62 New model describes the (scaling) laws of the jungle
63 Omega-3 supplements do double duty in protecting against stress
64 Deaths rising in workers using methylene chloride paint strippers
65 Incongruent messaging key to getting people to register as organ donors
66 Proportion of Black physicians in US has changed little in 120 years
67 Online farmers' markets valuable when crisis events like COVID occur
68 Common plants and pollinators act as anchors for ecosystems
69 Videoconferences more exhausting when participants don't feel group belonging
70 New COVID-19 vaccine may offer broad protection from coronaviruses
71 Stanford researchers use AI to empower environmental regulators
72 Shedding light on the long and the short of plant growth
73 Racial violence and the mental health of Black Americans
74 Addressing and integrating social determinants of health effective in reducing blood pressure in patients with diabetes or hypertension
75 Defensive symbiosis leads to gene loss in bacterial partners
76 Fat grafts enhanced with ADSCs show promise in treating facial scleroderma
77 Disrupted sleep is linked to increased risk of death, particularly in women
78 Selective mRNA degradation via autophagy: A novel role for autophagy in gene regulation
79 Researchers drill down to the core of wellbeing worldwide
80 Epidural use at birth not linked to autism risk, study finds
81 Set up national registry to capture pharma company payments to clinicians and patient support groups
82 Multivits, omega-3, probiotics, vitamin D may lessen risk of positive COVID-19 test
83 Cellular impact of 'Heat not Burn' products may be no less harmful than cigarettes
84 Clemson researchers find snake venom complexity is driven by prey diet
85 Scientists crack 'the Brazil-nut' puzzle, how do the largest nuts rise to the top?
86 Viking metalwork craft and expertise evolved from 8th to 9th century
87 Robotic infrastructure elements proposed to bolster performance of infectious hospitals
88 Archaeological data demand new approaches to biodiversity conservation
89 More than 60 years to achieve gender equity?
90 People have shaped Earth's ecology for at least 12,000 years, mostly sustainably
91 Federal policy to reduce deaths from sepsis was mostly ineffective
92 Novel drug regenerates erectile nerves damaged by prostate surgery
93 Gender-affirming hormone therapy may increase risk of high blood pressure
94 Earth's biggest mass extinction took ten times longer on land than in the water
95 Under 30 and sexually active? It's a good idea to get tested for chlamydia and gonorrhea
96 New properties of strontium titanate are significant for electronics research
97 Bone microenvironment fosters breast cancer metastatic behavior
98 Adherence to CMS SEP-1 measures found to have variable effects on patient outcomes [plus additional topic]
99 3D deep neural network precisely reconstructs freely-behaving animal's movements
100 Penn study finds reassuring data on common heart valve procedure, MitraClip
101 The auditory system tracks moving sounds
102 Search for biomarkers of injury severity to assist patients with spinal cord trauma
103 Cotton wool proves effective in separating single-wall carbon nanotubes
104 As plant/animal diversity wanes, is microbial life changing too? A perilously 'profound ignorance'
105 Creativity and community: How modern humans overcame the Neanderthals
106 Vibrational microscopy goes super resolution
107 New liquid biopsy test to ID lymph node metastasis in early-stage T1 colorectal cancer
108 Fast brainwave oscillations identify and localize epileptic brain
109 Diagnostic yield of non-contrast pituitary MRI for pediatric pathologies
110 Large numbers of regular drug users report increased substance use during COVID-19