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- Women benefit from mammography screening beyond age 75
- Removing toxic mercury from contaminated water
- Antioxidants may prevent cognitive impairment in diabetes
- Traffic noise stresses out frogs, but some have adapted
- Parental 'feeding styles' reflect children's genes
- Exoplanet stepping stones
- Fish can detox too -- but not so well, when it comes to mercury
- Fish and veggies: Water flow for more efficient aquaponic systems
- A Trojan horse delivery method for miRNA-enriched extracellular vesicles
- To predict the future, the brain uses two clocks
- Machine learning can help healthcare workers predict whether patients may require emergency hospital admission, new study finds
- Among birds-of-paradise, good looks are not enough to win a mate
- Australian mammals at greatest risk from cats and foxes
- Hungry ticks work harder to find you
- Electrical cable triggers lightweight, fire-resistant cladding discovery
- Reducing the impact forces of water entry
- Aquatic animals that jump out of water inspire leaping robots
- The Trojan horse of Staphylococcus aureus
- A Mexican cavefish with a scarred heart
- Scientists develop 'contact lens' patch to treat eye diseases
- Frogs breed young to beat virus
- Responses of waterbirds to climate change is linked to their preferred wintering habitats
- When storing memories, brain prioritizes those experiences that are most rewarding
- How your moving brain sees the world
- Hyena population recovered slowly from a disease epidemic
- Tropical fish adapt to cold temperatures in coordination with their microbiome
- The taming of the dog, cow, horse, pig and rabbit
- Model of quantum artificial life on quantum computer
- Smart car technologies save drivers $6.2 billion on fuel costs each year
- Could yesterday's Earth contain clues for making tomorrow's medicines?
- Mmore effective hydrogel for healing wounds
- When it comes to love: Personality matters
- Being fair: The benefits of early childhood education
- Mars moon got its grooves from rolling stones
- Is Antarctica becoming more like Greenland?
- The shape of things to come: Flexible, foldable supercapacitors for energy storage
- Eyes of Creutzfeldt-Jakob disease patients show evidence of prions
- How to melt gold at room temperature
- Dogs know when they don't know
- Language influences how consumers trust a brand
- Explaining the plummeting cost of solar power
- Volcanoes and glaciers combine as powerful methane producers
- Healthcare providers -- not hackers -- leak more of your data
- How female hyaenas came to dominate males
- 4,000-year-old termite mounds found in Brazil are visible from space
- Scientists discover new 'pinwheel' star system
- Major natural carbon sink may soon become carbon source
- Ecstacy makes people cooperative, but not gullible
- Digital offense: Anonymity dulls our moral outrage
- Move over Rover: There's a new sniffing powerhouse in the neighborhood
- The 'Swiss Army knife of prehistoric tools' found in Asia, suggests homegrown technology
- Using Skype to beat the blues
- Jumping genes shed light on how advanced life may have emerged
- Powerful new map depicts environmental degradation across Earth
- Kindergarten difficulties may predict academic achievement across primary grades
- As climate and land-use change accelerate, so must efforts to preserve California's plants
- 'True polar wander' may have caused ice age
- Freeze-frame microscopy captures molecule's 'lock-and-load' on DNA
- Bending light around tight corners without backscattering losses
- Human images from world's first total-body scanner unveiled

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