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    These Are the Latest COVID Treatments

    But shortages mean that new antivirals and other drugs may be hard to come by

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  2. Ash Blanketing Tonga after Volcano Eruption Creates Health Concerns

    Short exposure should not be too harmful, but residents should take precautions where they can

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  3. Pig Kidneys Transplanted to Human in Milestone Experiment

    Experts predict that such nonhuman-to-human “xenotransplants” may become a viable option within the next decade

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  4. Latest COVID Surge Pushes Parents to Next-Level Stress

    The new normal this winter is longer drives for kids’ tests, multi-waits for results, drug store restock alerts and social media tips

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  5. Hypersonic Weapons Can't Hide from New Eyes in Space

    Tracking the missiles is like picking out one light bulb against a background of light bulbs, but new technology aims to see them more clearly

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    that's weird because the 'name' part of that page...

    that's weird because the 'name' part of that page is just an integer. Seems that mysql just strips out anything after the first alpha character and treats the first value as what it sends in.
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    Not yet, but I'll try and get something going...

    Not yet, but I'll try and get something going this week.
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    What's Holding Up New Omicron Vaccines?

    Vaccine makers worry yet another variant will start dominating in the months it takes to roll out shots against this one

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  9. Plants are Stuck as Seed-Eating Animals Decline

    Their ability to track climate change is being squeezed on all sides

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  10. Epstein-Barr Virus Found to Trigger Multiple Sclerosis

    The research could mark a turning point in the fight against MS

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  11. Astronomers Have Found Another Possible 'Exomoon' beyond Our Solar System

    Kepler-1708 b-i appears to be a giant moon orbiting a Jupiter-sized planet thousands of light-years from Earth

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    Looks like that page has never been converted to...

    Looks like that page has never been converted to datatables at all. And wasn't in the https redirect rules.

    I added it to there, so it at least shows now, but no data.
  13. New Sensor Tells You How Well Your Mask Is Working

    FaceBit tracks a face covering’s fit and wear time, as well as its wearer’s vital signs

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  14. New Math Research Group Reflects a Schism in the Field

    Critics accuse the organization of opposing efforts to stamp out inequity

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  15. ArXiv.org Reaches a Milestone and a Reckoning

    Runaway success and underfunding have led to growing pains for the preprint server

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    It got broken in a php update a while ago, I need...

    It got broken in a php update a while ago, I need to get around to looking at what happened and update. Let me know your cpid and I'll update for you.
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    can you share the url please and I'll take a look.

    can you share the url please and I'll take a look.
  18. Dogs Can Distinguish Speech from Gibberish--and Tell Spanish from Hungarian

    A new study’s authors say their investigation represents the first time that a nonhuman brain has been shown to detect language

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  19. U.S. and Chinese Scientists Propose Bold New Missions beyond the Solar System

    Independent concepts from each nation envision launching high-speed spacecraft on aspirational multigenerational voyages into the great unknown of interstellar space

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  20. Historic Shipwreck Keeps Moving, Revealing Dangerous Underwater Mudflows

    A ship sunk by a German U-boat in 1942 can today help track large pulses of mud from the Mississippi River

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  21. Latin American Abortion Laws Hurt Health Care and the Economy--a Lesson for a Post-Ro

    A region with some of the world’s most restrictive abortion laws has started to tentatively move in the opposite direction

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  22. People Have Been Having Less Sex--whether They're Teenagers or 40-Somethings

    Among the young, social media, gaming and “rough sex” may contribute to this trend

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  23. Cells Deep in Your Brain Place Time Stamps on Memories

    Researchers are unlocking not just the “what” and “where” of a recollection but also the “when”

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    The Five Biggest Climate Stories of 2021

    Climate-fueled disasters raged around the globe while international action fell short of ambitions

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  25. The Best Fun Science Stories of 2021: Rhythmic Lemurs, a Marscopter and Sex-Obsessed

    Check out the weird and wonderful stories that delighted us this year

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