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1 Thin and brittle bones strongly linked to women's heart disease risk
2 High sugar-sweetened drinks tally linked to doubling in bowel cancer risk before age 50
3 Hydrogen instead of electrification? Potentials and risks for climate targets
4 Homing in on the smallest possible laser
5 Many consumers misinterpret food date labels, yet use them with confidence
6 Towards 2D memory technology by magnetic graphene
7 AI is not perfect--Domain knowledge is a key in engineering
8 Realization of the highest laser intensity ever reached
9 Stem cell-based vaccine offers a new approach that may protect against pancreatic cancer
10 Dinosaurs that hunted in the dark
11 Researchers produce laser pulses with record-breaking intensity
12 Flooding might triple in the mountains of Asia due to global warming
13 Nocturnal migrant songbirds climb to great heights during extended flights over barriers
14 To be or not to be: An organoid
15 Cells are more resilient to environmental changes than previously thought
16 New evidence links gut bacteria and neurodegenerative conditions
17 International team partners with UN to launch global initiative to map ungulate migrations
18 The effects of eliminating race-based adjustments in estimates of kidney function
19 Artificial color-changing material that mimics chameleon skin can detect seafood freshness
20 Sharks use Earth's magnetic fields to guide them like a map
21 The cerebellum may have played an important role in the evolution of the human brain
22 COVID-19 vaccine delivery by age may mitigate deaths and severe health impacts
23 Engineers and biologists join forces to reveal how seals evolved to swim
24 NIST team directs and measures quantum drum duet
25 The legume family tree
26 Sleep disorders tally $94.9 billion in health care costs each year
27 Stop the genetic presses!
28 New study examines social network's relation to binge drinking among adults
29 Archaeologists pinpoint population for the Greater Angkor region
30 New research sets stage for development of salmonella vaccine
31 Skoltech scientists find a way to make pultrusion faster
32 Why hotter clocks are more accurate
33 New innovation successfully treats neonatal hypothermia
34 Can federated learning save the world?
35 Damage to white matter is linked to worse cognitive outcomes after brain injury
36 Losing an only child is more devastating than losing a spouse, according to study of Chinese parents
37 Why is COVID-19 so hard to treat? Growing evidence points to unique infectious profile
38 Too much, too little or just right: WVU researchers study proper 'dosing' of telehealth
39 New study explores functionality in aquatic ecosystems
40 Breaching the blood-brain barrier to deliver precious payloads
41 Consumption of pornography is widespread among young Internet users
42 Overcoming tab overload
43 18.5 million year old vine fossil identified as new species
44 Soybean and linseed oils added to cows' diet improve the quality of milk
45 How we retrieve our knowledge about the world
46 Essential virulence proteins of corn smut discovered
47 With bacteria against coral bleaching
48 Study finds racial disparities in concussion symptom knowledge among college athletes
49 Migratory songbirds climb to extreme altitudes during daytime
50 How bullying and obesity can affect girls' and boys' mental health
51 Some meat eaters disgusted by meat
52 In the spotlight: Successful synthesis of perovskite visible-light-absorbing semiconductor material
53 Study helps to better understand the link between indoor and outdoor air quality
54 Emissions from human activity modify biogenic secondary organic aerosol formation
55 A deeper understanding of how cells move and stick together
56 New antibody rationally designed for better tumor inhibition
57 The first hydroxide conductivity in anion conducting polymer thin films
58 Distinct cell-to-cell communication processes controlled differently
59 Exercise can help support recovery of patients with lasting COVID symptoms, study finds
60 The African wild dog: An ambassador for the world's largest terrestrial conservation area
61 New weather warning gauge
62 Breakthrough thanks to helices made of nickel
63 Possible origin of neuroblastoma in the adrenal glands discovered
64 Novel matrix-based slow-release urea improves crop production
65 Discovery of huge Raman scattering at atomic point contact
66 Having a ball: New English Premier League soccer ball more stable, drags more
67 Navigating the COVID-19 crisis to prevent pressure injuries: Learning health system helped one hospital adapt and update care in real time
68 New study determines cystic fibrosis therapy is safe and effective for young children
69 Turning a pancreatic cancer cell's addiction into a death sentence
70 Cutting-edge: New and improved drug to counter spinal anesthesia blues during C-sections
71 Hologram experts can now create real-life images that move in the air
72 Winning gene combination takes all
73 A bridge from classroom to providing actual patient care: A study of the Regenstrief tEMR
74 The Lancet Rheumatology: Largest study to date confirms non-steroidal anti-inflammatory medications do not result in worse COVID-19 outcomes
75 Algorithms show accuracy in gauging unconsciousness under general anesthesia
76 Latest peer-reviewed research: Immediate global ivermectin use will end COVID-19 pandemic
77 Discovery of a new genetic cause of hearing loss illuminates how inner ear works
78 Artificial intelligence makes great microscopes better than ever
79 What consumers mean when they say your products are authentic
80 Alzheimer Europe calls for people with dementia and carers to be prioritized for vaccine
81 The structure of DNA is found to be actively involved in genome regulation
82 Hand dermatitis in two thirds of public due to stringent hand hygiene during COVID
83 The role of the gut microbiota in inflammatory skin diseases
84 Systemic inequalities driving exposure to high indoor air pollution in London
85 Rare genetic disease caused by mutations in protein that controls RNA metabolism
86 Learning on the fly
87 How viruses and bacteria can reach drinking water wells
88 Head to toe: study reveals brain activity behind missed penalty kicks
89 Mild COVID-19 infection is very unlikely to cause lasting heart damage
90 Switch of breast tumors to HER2-low in recurrence may provide greater therapeutic options
91 Study supports recommendations to avoid pregnancy for at least 12 months after obesity surgery
92 Most comprehensive studies to date find 'insufficient evidence' to support herbal and dietary supplements for weight loss
93 Vegetarians have healthier levels of disease markers than meat-eaters
94 Clue to killer whale cluster
95 Brain cancer breakthrough provides hope for new treatments
96 Making the shift from blue to red for better LEDs
97 How proteins control information processing in the brain
98 Future-proofing mental health--Experts set out research roadmap to prioritise key areas
99 New Strep A human challenge model paves the way to test vaccines against the deadly bacteria
100 Smartphone breath alcohol testing devices vary widely in accuracy
101 Research shows for the first time that protein complexes 'inflammasomes' are linked to obesity-related colon cancer
102 Combining BMI with body shape better predictor of cancer risk, suggests
103 Higher BMI, body fat, and larger waist and hips pose similar risk for cancer
104 Higher BMI in childhood may help protect women against breast cancer in later life, both before and after the menopause
105 Body mass index during childhood linked with risk of anorexia nervosa and bulimia nervosa in later life
106 Cricket bats should be made from bamboo not willow, Cambridge study finds
107 Of mice and spacemen: Understanding muscle wasting at the molecular level
108 Graphene key for novel hardware security
109 New mapping technique reveals epigenetic drivers of cancers
110 Early screening tool leads to earlier diagnosis and treatment for autism spectrum disorder