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  • Artificial trans fats, widely linked to heart disease, are officially bannedWashington Post
  • Losing weight may help reduce arthritic knee pain, study saysUPI
  • Scientists find bacteria in soil that may lead to more effective drugsUPI
  • U.S. eyes robot moon missions as it prepares for astronauts' returnReuters
  • Sea levels could rise three feet by 2100PBS
  • Women who wake up early are less likely to develop depressionHarpers Bazaar
  • Foods that are both fatty and sweet can hijack the part of the brain that regulates food consumptionLA Times
  • NASA is launching astronauts into space again — creating a massive business for big companiesWashington Post
  • Astronaut Doesn’t Think The Rockets From NASA, SpaceX, And Blue Origin Can Take Us To MarsInquisitr
  • Millennials on track to have worse health problems than their parents by middle ageTelegraph
  • Bizarre lunar anomaly suggests humans may have warmed the moonThe Next Web
  • Sunlight may guard against colon cancerUPI
  • Compound to treat Alzheimer's shows promise in miceReuters
  • Stress test: saliva swab detects workplace burnoutAFP
  • A surprise find: 99-million-year-old frog fossils encased in amberWashington Post
  • Black hole eats and destroys hapless star which wandered too closeMashable
  • Study: Violent Video Games Have No Impact On Players’ Behavior, AggressionStudy Finds
  • Animals are becoming nocturnal to avoid humans, and that could mean troubleMashable
  • Astronomers identify 121 giant planets likely to host habitable moonsUPI
  • Scientists find three baby planets hiding in our own galaxyThe Independent
  • NASA loses contact with Mars rover in huge dust stormCBS News
  • Scientists discover molecular mechanisms of Parkinson's diseaseUPI
  • “Sleep inertia” explains why you feel so groggy when you wake upQuartz
  • The Potential Pitfalls of Sucking Carbon From the AtmosphereWired
  • Higher blood pressure increases risk for dementiaUPI
  • Balanced diet may lower cancer death risk by more than halfUPI
  • Regular Aerobic Exercise Makes Your Brain BiggerStudy Finds
  • One-third of common medications can make people depressedUPI
  • Researchers Discover Ancient Interstellar Dust Particles Dating Back To The Birth Of Our Solar SystemInquisitr
  • New drug prevents cancer cells' growth, survivalUPI
  • Too Much Work Stress Linked To Atrial FibrillationStudy Finds
  • Walkable neighborhoods might lower kids' asthma riskUPI
  • Lifestyle modifications can quickly lower blood pressure, study saysUPI
  • Loneliness really is bad for your heart, according to a new studyBusiness Insider
  • How the body could power pacemakers and other implantable devicesWashington Post
  • Heart disease stem cell therapy can shrink deadly scar tissueTelegraph
  • Trump is draining White House of scienceAXIOS
  • MIT says new system captures water in fogBoston Globe
  • Adding Ayurvedic Formula Plus Probiotics To Diet Could Help You Live LongerInquisitr
  • Having tonsils out 'triples' risk of asthmaTelegraph
  • Taking CO2 out of the air is more economical than scientists thoughtUPI
  • Curiosity Rover Finds Ancient 'Building Blocks for Life' on MarsSpace
  • Study: Colonoscopy, endoscopy carry greater infection risk than thoughtUPI
  • Dinosaur Sells for Over $2 Million at Auction. Why Paleontologists Are DismayedLive Science
  • Sex Rarely Associated With Sudden Cardiac ArrestStudy Finds
  • Tailoring cancer treatment to genetic profile extends lives, study findsGuardian
  • Animals Take Turns Talking During Conversations, A New Study ReportsInquisitr
  • NASA’s new administrator says he’s talking to companies to take over the International Space StationWashington Post
  • How the Moon's movements could leave us with a 25-hour dayTelegraph
  • Taking aspirin with acid reducers can slow advance of esophogeal cancerGuardian
  • Groundbreaking treatment saves life of woman with late-stage breast cancerCBS News
  • Children with asthma at greater need for flu shot, study saysUPI
  • Small Asteroid Smashed Into Earth’s Atmosphere Mere Hours After Being Spotted [Video]Inquisitr
  • After years of U.S. dominance, Chinese science is closing the gap — and luring away expertsWashington Post
  • From Chaos To Calm: A Life Changed By KetamineNPR
  • 3 people trapped by lava airlifted out of lower Puna amid earthquakes, eruptionsHawaiiNewsNow
  • Lazy cooks are more likely to get cancerTelegraph
  • Cooks using ready-made sauces more at risk of breast cancer, study revealsThe Sun
  • Many women with common breast cancer can safely skip chemo, study saysCNN
  • Asteroid impacted Earth’s atmosphereEarthSky
  • 3 Space Station crew members return from 168-day missionUPI
  • Why some scientists say physics has gone off the railsNBC News
  • Fitbit could help doctors predict how patients will react to chemotherapyGuardian
  • 'Holy grail of cancer research': doctors positive about early detection blood testGuardian
  • Scientists develop method which could help regenerate tooth enamelTelegraph
  • Antifungal drug eliminates dormant bowel cancer cells in miceUPI
  • New material regenerates dental enamel, researchers sayUPI
  • 'Holy grail' blood test could detect cancer long before tumors developTelegraph
  • ‘Exomoons’ Hold Promise Of Life Beyond EarthInquisitr
  • Widely used antibacterial tied to colon woes in miceUPI
  • Music Lessons Help Children Perform Better In School, Improve Their Cognitive AbilitiesStudy Finds
  • Study casts doubt on 'healthy obesity'BBC
  • Hot classrooms harm children's academic performance, study findsTelegraph
  • ‘Lonely’ Neutron Star 200,000 Light-Years From Earth Is The First Of Its Kind Spotted Outside The Milky WayInquisitr
  • Ibuprofen, Acetaminophen Better Than Opioids At Treating Dental PainStudy Finds
  • Nasa full of 'fear and anxiety' since Trump took officeGuardian
  • Hotter years 'mean lower exam results'BBC
  • High-protein diets are linked to heightened risk for heart failure, even for vegetariansQuartz
  • Glasses wearers really are more intelligent - it's in the genesTelegraph
  • Loud music at restaurants could be leading you to order burgers over salads, study saysWashington Post
  • Atkins diet may cause heart failure, major new protein study findsTelegraph
  • Most Adults Would Break Up With Partner Who Doesn’t Get Along With Their DogStudy Finds
  • Researchers invent gel that lowers humidity, produces electricitySouth China
  • AI better at finding skin cancer than doctors: studyAFP
  • NASA’s building new tools to manage water, as climate dangers growMIT Tech Review
  • Rocks indicate there may have once been aliens on MarsMirror
  • Early Childhood Obesity Might Be Linked To Low IQ ScoresInquisitr
  • Jeff Bezos and his Blue Origin space venture go all in on moon settlementsGeek Wire
  • The Milky Way galaxy is much bigger than we thought, spans a distance of 200,000 light-yearsNBC News
  • Harvard scientists say these 5 things can prolong your life by a decadeMarketwatch
  • Cloning The Northern White Rhino: Scientists Find Genetic Material To Revive The Nearly Extinct SpeciesInquisitr
  • Senior EPA officials collaborated with climate change denial group, emails showGuardian
  • Richard Branson reveals his astronaut training as space visit loomsSky News
  • Climate change is robbing rice of its nutritionUPI
  • Ancestor of all living birds survived asteroid strike because it couldn't flyTelegraph
  • Study Links Some Antidepressants, Bipolar Medications, Parkinson's Drugs To DementiaCBS News
  • Severe eczema linked to increased risk for heart attack, strokeUPI
  • More fish in the diet could boost sex lives and fertilityUPI
  • ‘Black Widow Pulsar’ Spotted 6,500 Light-Years From Earth Could Offer More Clues On Fast Radio BurstsInquisitr
  • The ten-point plan that cuts the risk of cancer by 40 percentDaily Mail
  • Scientists spot powerful radiation coming from deep in spaceThe Independent
  • Cutting out bacon, sausage and booze could reduce your risk of cancer by up to 40 percentBusiness Insider
  • Missing climate goals could cost the world $20 trillionMIT Tech Review
  • Obesity now linked to 12 different cancersGuardian
  • Toxins in BBQ fumes can be absorbed through the skin, study showsUPI
  • All the ways marijuana can hurt your healthNY Post
  • House Approves Giving Terminally Ill Quicker Access to Experimental DrugsWall Street Journal
  • SpaceX leading the space race to launch humans to MarsCNBC
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