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  1. Science Still Doesn't Understand How Our Sex Affects Our Health

    Our X and Y chromosomes represent the biggest genetic difference in our species. Medicine routinely ignores their influence. Why?

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  2. Living with Lead Creates Antibiotic-Resistant 'Superbugs'

    People are infected by bacteria that, after contacting heavy metals, develop drug-resistant traits

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    How To Treat COVID At Home

    Some over-the-counter medications can help symptoms, and there are ways to ease isolation

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  4. Yes, Phones Can Reveal if Someone Gets an Abortion

    To protect personal information from companies that sell data, some individuals are relying on privacy guides instead of government regulation or industry transparency

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  5. The First Picture of the Black Hole at the Milky Way's Heart Has Been Revealed

    The historic image of Sagittarius A* is the culmination of a decades-long astronomical quest—and a crucial step toward a new understanding of black holes, gravity and spacetime

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  6. What the Science on Gender-Affirming Care for Transgender Kids Really Shows

    Laws that ban gender-affirming treatment ignore the wealth of research demonstrating its benefits for trans people’s health

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  7. God, Dark Matter and Falling Cats: A Conversation with 2022 Templeton Prize Winner Fr

    The physics Nobelist and author has not exactly found religion—but that doesn’t mean he’s stopped looking

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    Is It COVID or Is It Allergies?

    Patient history, context and a few symptoms may help distinguish between the conditions

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  9. New Record-Breaking Simulation Sheds Light on 'Cosmic Dawn'

    THESAN—the largest, most detailed computer model of the universe’s first billion years yet made—is helping set expectations for observations from NASA’s James Webb Space...
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  10. Rechargeable Molten Salt Battery Freezes Energy in Place for Long-Term Storage

    The technology could bring more renewable energy to the power grid

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  11. Guns Now Kill More Children and Young Adults Than Car Crashes

    Firearms now exceed automobile accidents as the leading cause of injury-related death for people ages one to 24, a new analysis shows

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  12. NASA Spacecraft Will Visit Apophis, Once Earth’s Deadliest Asteroid Threat

    After delivering extraterrestrial samples to Earth in 2023, OSIRIS-REx will embark on an extended mission to a potentially planet-threatening space rock

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  13. Canadian Telescope Delivers Deepest-Ever Radio View of Cosmic Web

    Data from the CHIME radio observatory are a milestone in the quest to discover the hidden origins of universal structure

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  14. Can't Buy Me Luck: The Role of Serendipity in the Beatles' Success

    The right combination of variables is needed to achieve a blazing success—one explanation for why there was never a “Kinksmania”

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  15. Overturning Roe v. Wade Could Have Devastating Health and Financial Impacts, Landmark

    The researcher who led the Turnaway Study explains how being denied an abortion had lasting negative effects on those who were forced to carry their pregnancies to term and on their children

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  16. Nose Spray Vaccines Could Quash COVID Virus Variants

    Three nasal spritzes, now in advanced trials, could trigger stronger immunity than shots in the arm

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  17. The Navy Extracted a Jet Fighter from 12,400 Feet below the South China Sea

    But the U.S. must probe even further to catch up with China’s access to the ocean’s deepest reaches

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  18. AI Sommelier Generates Wine Reviews without Ever Opening a Bottle

    A new algorithm writes wine and beer reviews that sound like they were penned by human critics. Is that a good thing?

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  19. Lost Women of Science Podcast, Season 2, Episode 5: La Jolla

    Klára Dán von Neumann encounters a new home, a new husband and a new project

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  20. Dogs' Personalities Aren't Determined by Their Breed

    A new genetic study shows generalizing breeds as affectionate or aggressive doesn’t hold up

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  21. Here's Who Should Get a Second COVID Booster

    An individual’s health risks, treatment access and local case levels come into play for those who are eligible

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  22. Record-Breaking Jumping Robot Can Leap a 10-Story Building

    To propel itself higher than any known engineered jumper or animal can, it had to ignore the limits of biology

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    Brainstorming on Zoom Hampers Creativity

    Turning off the camera when trying to hash out new ideas might help

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  24. Large Hadron Collider Seeks New Particles after Major Upgrade

    Long-awaited boosts to the world’s most powerful collider could spur breakthroughs in the hunt for physics beyond the Standard Model

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  25. People Think Minority Groups Are Bigger Than They Really Are

    Overestimating minority populations can lead to reduced support for diversity and inclusion programs

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