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  • YOUNGSTERS PUTTING THEMSELVES AT RISK of malnutrition by skipping breakfastTelegraph
  • BLOOD TEST FINDS Cancer Before Symptoms StartNBC News
  • YOUR SOLAR ECLIPSE CHECKLIST: What to look for on the big dayLA Times
  • FISH EAT PLASTIC in the ocean because it smells like foodTelegraph
  • NEWBORN HEART STEM CELS may 'reverse aging' of older heartsUPI
  • FDA PUTS NEW RESTRICTIONS on hiring of foreign scientistsSTAT NEWS
  • GLASS OF WINE or beer a day reduces risk of an early deathTelegraph
  • ARCTIC VOYAGE FINDS global warming impact on ice, animalsAssociated Press
  • AIR POLLUTION TO BLAME for spike in non-smokers developing lung cancerStandard
  • SCIENTISTS DISCOVER 91 volcanoes below Antarctic ice sheetGuardian
  • CHIMPANZEES LEARN rock-paper-scissorsScience Daily
  • EVEN A MINOR nuclear war would be an ecological disasterDaily Mail
  • SEA LEVEL RISE Is Speeding Up in Parts of the Southeastern U.S.Scientific American
  • BLOOMBERG: Trump won't stop Americans hitting the Paris climate targetsGuardian
  • ASTEROID THE SIZE OF A HOUSE set for near miss with EarthGuardian
  • SORRY, PEANUT BUTTER FANS, but your favorite nut isn't as healthy as you thinkPopSugar
  • GLUCOSAMINE SUPPLEMENTS don’t help knee or hip arthritis painReuters
  • PIGS GENETICALLY EDITED so their organs can be used for HUMAN TRANSPLANTSTelegraph
  • DIET DRINKS AND FOOD actually trigger weight gain and diabetesTelegraph
  • SCIENTISTS CREATE the first mutant antsWashington Post
  • VITAMIN B3 can prevent miscarriages and birth defectsStandard
  • IMMUNOTHERAPY SUCCEEDS in thwarting Type-1 diabetes in studyLA Times
  • IMMUNE SYSTEMS of type 1 diabetics can be ‘retrained’ to stop destroying insulin, scientists showTelegraph
  • TWO HABITABLE PLANETS hailed as 'optimal targets for interstellar colonization' detected just 12 light years awayTelegraph
  • SILICON VALLEY STARTUP GRAIL Sees Hope for Cancer Blood TestBloomberg
  • EXTREMELY RARE 13 million-year-old primate skull foundCNBC
  • ANTI-AGING Brain Therapy Shows Promise in MiceScientific American
  • MARIJUANA USE holds three-fold blood pressure death riskReuters
  • MEET PATAGOTITAN, the Biggest Dinosaur Ever Found - 69 tonsAtlantic
  • CLIMATE REPORT TO FORCE TRUMP to Choose Between Science and His BaseNew York Times
  • MORE YOUNG PEOPLE DYING of colorectal cancer and researchers don’t know whyCBS News
  • ARCHAEOLOGISTS MAY HAVE FOUND lost city of Jesus’ apostlesNY Post
  • DRUG CARRYING "Nanoswimmers" Could Slither Past the Brain's Cellular DefensesScientific American
  • GOVERNMENT REPORT FINDS Drastic Impact of Climate Change on U.S.New York Times
  • FEMALE BRAIN is more active than the male brainUPI
  • SCIENTISTS DEVELOP new regenerative tissue technologyUPI
  • NEW MAGNETIC MICROBOTS can capture and carry single cellsUPI
  • CDC "QUARANTINES" its own equipmentCBS News
  • TINY HUMAN BRAINS grown in lab could one day be used to repair Alzheimer’s damageTelegraph
  • PARKINSON'S can be stoppedBBC
  • MOLECULAR MOVIE REVEALS Inner Workings of New Solar CellsScientific American
  • EVER ELUSIVE NEUTRINOS SPOTTED Bouncing Off Nuclei for the First TimeScientific American
  • SCIENTISTS HAIL 'major step' towards cure for the common coldSky News
  • BREAKTHROUGH REPORTED in Gene Editing in Human EmbryoNew York Times
  • SCIENTISTS SUCCESSFULLY used CRISPR to fix a mutation that causes disease. This is huge.VOX
  • NASA HAS A JOB OPENING to protect Earth from aliens - and it comes with a six-figure salaryMirror
  • SCIENTISTS IDENTIFY first flowering plant from 40 million years ago in 'major step forward'Telegraph
  • BEES ARE BOUNCING BACK From Colony Collapse DisorderBloomberg
  • DOG OWNERS more likely to exercise regularlyReuters
  • MODERATE TO HEAVY DRINKERS are more likely to live to 85 without developing dementiaThe San Diego Union-Tribune
  • FORGET THAT BIG ICEBERG--A Smaller One in the Arctic Is More TroublingScientific American
  • GIVE STATINS TO ALL men at 60 and women from 75Daily Mail
  • MEDITERRANEAN DIET only works if you can afford quality foodTelegraph
  • NASA TO TEST OUT 'planetary defence system' on asteroid passing Earth next monthMirror
  • STORING DATA IN DNA Brings Nature into the Digital UniverseScientific American
  • SCIENTISTS REAWAKEN memory in mice that had a condition resembling Alzheimer'sWashington Post
  • SLEEPING LESS THAN 7 Hours A Night May Make You FatterStudy Finds
  • SCIENTISTS IDENTIFY gene variations that determine lifespanMedical News
  • IT'S NOT YOUR IMAGINATION. Summers Are Hotter.New York Times
  • TOO MUCH CHOCOLATE can make men depressedTelegraph
  • REGULAR ALCOHOL CONSUMPTION could cut diabetes riskGuardian
  • TOO MUCH SUGAR could increase depression risk in menGuardian
  • CIVILIZATION DESTROYING COMETS Are More Common Than We ThoughtPopular Mechanics
  • 4,000 YEAR OLD LUNCH BOX FOUND on Swiss alpine pass reveals Bronze Age cerealThe Local
  • WATCHING ICE MELT: inside Nasa’s mission to the north poleGuardian
  • ALZHEIMER'S MEMORY LOSS 'could be reversed'Daily Mail
  • SHOULD YOU FINISH a course of antibiotics?BBC
  • FIRST HUMAN EMBRYOS edited in U.S., using CRISPRMIT Tech Review
  • COULD A GREEN SPONGE hold cancer-fighting secrets?New Straight Times
  • SUICIDE CAN SPREAD among soldiers in a unitUPI
  • SCIENTISTS DIM SUNLIGHT, suck up carbon dioxide to cool planetReuters
  • SPERM COUNTS among western men have halved in last 40 yearsGuardian
  • 90 PERCENT Of American Men Are ‘Overfat’Study Finds
  • ANTIDEPRESSANTS LINKED to murders and murderous thoughtsTelegraph
  • FLESH EATING BACTERIA: 5 things to know after a hiker's almost-fatal infectionSTAT NEWS
  • NEUROTIC PEOPLE live longerThe Independent
  • SPERM COUNT DROP 'may lead to human extinction'BBC
  • ANCIENT HUMANS had sex with non humansThe New Zealand Herald
  • INTERVAL TRAINING May Be Key To Slowing Down Aging ProcessStudy Finds
  • WANDERING IN THE VOID, Billions of Rogue Planets without a HomeScientific American
  • MOON'S INTERIOR may contain water, scientists sayCNN
  • THIS APP WILL ANALYZE your DNA to help you lose weightMarketwatch
  • NEW CARBON CAPTURING MEMBRANES may reduce greenhouse gas emissionsUPI
  • NEW BLOOD TEST can check for 13 types of cancersJapan Times
  • HOW EATING a big breakfast helps you lose weightThe Independent
  • HEALTHY LIFESTYLE CAN ADD 7 Years To LifespanStudy Finds
  • HOPES FOR FUTURE HIV cure revived as South African child becomes third in remissionTelegraph
  • MULTIPLE ROUNDS of IVF 'increases chances'BBC
  • BILLIONAIRE SPACE PROSPECTORS are racing to mine the moonDigital Trends
  • DRIVING TOO MUCH is bad for your brainNY Post
  • CATTLE COULD HOLD THE KEY to defeating HIV virusTelegraph
  • PAIRING SUGARY DRINKS With High Protein Meals Makes You Store More Fat: StudyTech Times
  • REGULAR SODA CAUSES BODY to store more fat after high-protein mealsUPI
  • LOW CARB VS. LOW FAT New research says it doesn't really matterWashington Post
  • WORRYING YOU DON'T Get Enough Exercise Can Cut Lifespan ShortStudy Finds
  • BREAKFAST LIKE A KING, lunch like a prince and dine like a pauper to lose weightTelegraph
  • DEPRESSION CHANGES structure of the brainUPI
  • EARTH'S TECTONIC ACTIVITY May Be Crucial for Life--and Rare in Our GalaxyScientific American
  • SNORING IS LINKED to Alzheimer'sDaily Mail
  • NEIL ARMSTRONG'S MOON DUST BAG sells for $1.8 million at auctionWashington Examiner
  • WE STILL HAVE NO IDEA why humans speak over 7,000 languagesQuartz
  • SATELLITE SNAFU MASKED True Sea Level Rise for DecadesScientific American
  • NASA WANTED TO TALK ABOUT SCIENCE. A congressman wanted to ask about Martian civilizations.Washington Post
  • LIVING HEALTHY, learning more could cut dementia cases by a thirdReuters
  • TAKING ANTIDEPRESSANTS IN PREGNANCY may raise risk of an autistic childTelegraph
  • ELON MUSK CALLS FOR Moon BaseSpace
  • VERTEX PHARMA SHARES SURGE after cystic fibrosis study results leaves Wall Street 'speechless'CNBC
  • PET SCANS SHOW many Alzheimer’s patients may not actually have the diseaseWashington Post
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