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  1. How Abortion Medications Differ from 'Plan B' and Other Emergency Contraceptives

    Drugs such as mifepristone and misoprostol end a pregnancy, whereas the ‘morning-after’ pill works by preventing one

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  2. Feathers May Have Helped Dinosaurs Survive Their First Apocalypse

    Geologic evidence for a freezing arctic suggests dinosaurs could have weathered an epoch-ending volcanic winter

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  3. An Implantable Ice Pack Tries to Relieve Pain without Opioids

    The dissolving device precisely targets individual nerves

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  4. Electronic Skin Lets Humans Feel What Robots Do--And Vice Versa

    An integration of soft materials, sensors and flexible electronics is bringing robotic “skin” closer than ever to reality

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  5. Abortion Restrictions Could Cause an Ob-Gyn Brain Drain

    With Roe v. Wade overturned, banning abortion in many states could lead to a large number of ob-gyns avoiding practicing there or failing to receive crucial medical training

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  6. How Indigenous Groups Are Using 3-D Technology to Preserve Ancient Practices

    To safeguard fragile cultural objects, some groups are replicating them with digital models

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    So the GDPR question is being used to only pass...

    So the GDPR question is being used to only pass the users data for those who agree but all the subproject data is still being sent?

    I think that is the same on other projects too for hosts, they...
  8. This AI Tool Could Predict the Next Coronavirus Variant

    The model, which uses machine learning to track the fitness of different viral strains, accurately predicted the rise of Omicron BA.2 and Alpha

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    Mathematicians Are Trying to 'Hear' Shapes

    An intriguing question about drums kicked off decades of inquiry

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  10. Global Warming Causes Fewer Tropical Cyclones

    But those that do form have a greater chance of becoming intense storms

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  11. Why Was Afghanistan's Magnitude 5.9 Earthquake So Devastating?

    Famed seismologist Lucy Jones explains how building methods and quake dynamics interact—and what to do about the problem

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  12. How the Higgs Boson Ruined Peter Higgs's Life

    A new biography of the physicist and the particle he predicted reveals his disdain for the spotlight

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  13. Spray-On, Rinse-Off Food 'Wrapper' Can Cut Plastic Packaging

    The coating deters microorganisms to fight both food waste and foodborne illness

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  14. Sequencing Cat Genomes Could Help Breed Healthier Kitties

    A study of more than 11,000 felines reveals the benefits of genetic testing before breeding

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  15. Controversy Grows Over whether Mars Samples Endanger Earth

    Planetary scientists are eager to bring Red Planet rocks, soil and even air to Earth, but critics fear the risk of contaminating our world’s biosphere

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  16. Gaia's Multi-Billion-Star Map of the Milky Way Keeps Getting Better

    The latest data release from the European Space Agency’s Gaia mission is sparking a frenzy of exciting new astrophysics research

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  17. Birth Control Pills Are Safe and Simple: Why Do They Require a Prescription?

    The risks associated with hormonal contraception are lower than the risk of pregnancy itself and comparable to those of other over-the-counter drugs

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  18. Betelgeuse 'Great Dimming' Mystery Solved by Satellite Photobomb

    Images from Japan’s Himawari-8 spacecraft shed light on the red supergiant star’s remarkable fading

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  19. Ocean Oil Slick Map Reveals Enough Greasy Patches to Cover France--Twice

    An algorithm-aided analysis of satellite images reveals the size, distribution and sources of oil slicks at sea

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  20. COVID Vaccines for Kids Younger Than Five Get Green Light from Regulators

    An advisory committee voted unanimously to recommend authorizing the Moderna and Pfizer shots for the youngest children

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  21. Ancient Women's Teeth Reveal Origins of 14-Century Black Death

    A medieval cemetery yields DNA evidence of the deadly pandemic bacterium’s Central Asian ancestor

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  22. What Are Neutrinos, and How Can We Measure Their Mass?

    The weirdest subatomic particles require enormous equipment to study

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  23. Pesticides Are Spreading Toxic 'Forever Chemicals,' Scientists Warn

    Common chemicals sprayed on many crops each year are cloaked in bureaucratic uncertainties

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  24. Tiny, Tumbling Origami Robots Could Help with Targeted Drug Delivery

    The design’s origami pattern creates the flexibility needed to deliver compounds to specific areas of the body

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  25. Universal Health Care Could Have Saved More Than 330,000 U.S. Lives during COVID

    The numbers of lives lost and dollars spent would have been significantly lower if coverage had been extended to everyone, a new study says

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