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  1. A Graphical Guide to Ischemic Heart Disease

    Globally, nine million people die each year from ischemic heart disease. Despite falling rates of heart disease, tackling it is still a stubborn challenge

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  2. How a Child's Heart Health Could Be Decided before Birth

    Lifestyle is a major contributor to heart disease in adults, but risk factors such as genetics and parental lifestyle can also have an effect

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    Ranking the Risk of Heart Disease

    By accounting for the additive effect of multiple genetic variants, researchers can develop a system that improves their ability to identify the most vulnerable

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  4. Lost Women of Science, Episode 4: Breakfast in the Snow

    In our final episode, we explore Dorothy Andersen’s legacy—what she left behind and how her work has lived on since her death. Describing her mentor’s influence on her life and...
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  5. A Timeline of How Abortion Laws Could Affect Pregnancy Decisions

    If the Supreme Court overturns Roe v. Wade in a Mississippi abortion case, numerous state laws will interfere with key biological and social decisions during pregnancy

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  6. Life Is Complicated--Literally, Astrobiologists Say

    A new theory suggests that searches for molecular complexity could uncover convincing evidence of extraterrestrial life—and do so soon

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  7. Physical Activity Could Be an Evolutionary Adaptation for Grandparenting

    It may force energy shifts to repair and maintenance, which could slow aging and make us more available to care for younger generations

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  8. Albatross 'Divorce' Rate Rises as the Ocean Warms

    Monogamous black-browed albatross may split up from the stress of less food availability

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  9. Mysterious Fast Radio Bursts Are Finally Coming into Focus

    Twenty years after their initial detection, enigmatic blasts from the sky are starting to deliver tentative answers, as well as plenty of science

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    Happens sometimes if the user records are altered...

    Happens sometimes if the user records are altered in the xml, I don't automatically delete the old ones, but they are marked as old for easy identification.

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  12. COVID Can Cause Strange Eye and Ear Symptoms

    From conjunctivitis to vertigo, coronavirus infections can affect disparate senses

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  13. Mystery of Doomed Sardine Migration Is Finally Solved

    Pulses of cold seawater mislead millions of sardines into swimming along the South African coast to their death

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  14. Lost Women of Science, Episode 3: The Case of the Missing Portrait

    A missing portrait of physician and pathologist Dorothy Andersen takes us on a journey into the perils of memorialization—and who gets to be remembered. Pediatric intensivist Scott Baird...
  15. Great Apes' Biggest Threat Is Human Activity, Not Habitat Loss

    An assessment of chimpanzees, gorillas and bonobos reveals that our economic “footprint” is the primary driver of great apes’ fate

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  16. NASA's DART Mission Could Help Cancel an Asteroid Apocalypse

    Our planet is vulnerable to thousands of “city-killer” space rocks. If—when—one is found on a collision course with Earth, will we be ready to deflect it?

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  17. Warning Scale Unveiled for Dangerous Rivers in the Sky

    Strings of ocean storms called atmospheric rivers flood California and other western coastlines, although sometimes they can be beneficial

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  18. Scientists Plan Private Mission to Hunt for Earths around Alpha Centauri

    A privately funded telescope called Toliman will seek habitable worlds in our nearest neighboring star system, potentially sparking a new wave of exoplanetary exploration

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  19. This Cheap Device Could Expand the World's Access to Vaccines

    A new delivery method for certain vaccines could make the lifesaving treatments more effective and accessible

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  20. Rubbing Up against Sharks May Feel Good despite the Danger

    Fish species were found deliberately chafing on sharks around the world, though why they do so is not entirely clear

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  21. 'Portable Oasis' Extracts Water from Dry Desert Air

    An ultraporous humidity sponge could provide 300 gallons of fresh water a day

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  22. New Mineral Discovered in Deep-Earth Diamond

    The surprising find has never shown up in nature before and reveals secrets about the earth’s mantle

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  23. Genes Reveal How Some Rockfish Live up to 200 Years

    Scientists surveyed dozens of species’ genomes to uncover keys to longevity

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  24. Lost Women of Science, Episode 2: The Matilda Effect

    A passionate outdoorswoman, a “rugged individualist” and a bit of an enigma—the few traces Dorothy Andersen left behind give us glimpses into who she was. In this episode, we...
  25. How Certain Gestures Help You Learn New Words

    Researchers used headsets that release disruptive magnetic pulses to study how motor brain areas contribute to the effect

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