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Ingredient shuffle: a trans fat substitute might have risks too. Feb 10, 2007 422
Top prospects for tomorrow's labs: national competition yields a dream team of young scientific talent. Feb 3, 2007 525
Salve for the lungs: aspirin might prevent asthma. Jan 27, 2007 469
Folic acid dilemma: one vitamin may impair cognition if another is lacking. Jan 13, 2007 558
Catching flu's drift: vaccines fight unexpected influenza. Dec 16, 2006 446
Woods to waters: wildfires amplify mercury contamination in fish. Dec 9, 2006 494
War is not the answer. Letter to the editor Dec 9, 2006 150
Ticking toward trouble: long-term rise in heart rate portends death. Nov 25, 2006 374
See how they see: immature cells boost vision in night-blind mice. Nov 11, 2006 470
Worthless waters: by midcentury, seas' value may be drained. Nov 4, 2006 507
Vanishing devices: doctors implant disappearing stents, heart patches. Oct 28, 2006 495
Quirky cardiology: crocs' hearts may aid their digestion. Oct 21, 2006 465
Graveyard shift: prostate cancer linked to rotating work schedule. Sep 23, 2006 441
Grounded epidemic: reduced air travel after 9/11 slowed flu spread. Sep 16, 2006 474
Plowing down the Amazon: satellites reveal conversion of forest to farmland. Sep 9, 2006 481
When a shot is not: PCBs may impair vaccine-induced immunity. Sep 2, 2006 491
Risky legacy: African DNA linked to prostate cancer. Aug 26, 2006 482
Holy smoke: burning incense, candles pollute air in churches. Aug 19, 2006 510
Stung lung: volatile chemical may cut respiratory capacity. Aug 5, 2006 399
Squeeze, please. Letter to the editor Jul 29, 2006 118
Close your books: cuts, shutdowns loom for EPA libraries. Jul 15, 2006 513
Lavender revolution: plant essences linked to enlarged breasts in boys. Jul 1, 2006 487
A chronicle of coasts: study charts historical changes in seas, estuaries. Jun 24, 2006 441
Lazarus, the amphibian. Brief article Jun 3, 2006 120
Open water, open mouths: scuba divers face infection risks. May 27, 2006 488
Sleight of herb: black cohosh mislabeled in medicinal products. May 13, 2006 411
Boyish brains: plastic chemical alters behavior of female mice. May 6, 2006 528
Brain delay: air pollutants linked to slow childhood mental development. Apr 29, 2006 516
Dementia off the menu: mediterranean diet tied to low Alzheimer's risk. Apr 22, 2006 474
Microbe hunt: novel bacterium infects immune-deficient people. Apr 15, 2006 403
A shot against pandemic flu: vaccines would play pivotal role in response. Apr 8, 2006 530
Remember your vitamins. Letter to the editor Apr 8, 2006 145
Science's new guard: winners of annual competition get honors and hefty scholarships. Mar 18, 2006 526
Got Data? Consuming calcium, dairy doesn't keep off weight. Mar 11, 2006 476
Smoldered-earth policy: created by ancient Amazonian natives, fertile, dark soils retain abundant carbon. Mar 4, 2006 440
Low-fat diet falls short; it's not enough to stop cancers, heart disease. Feb 11, 2006 635
Protecting people from a terrifying toxin: vaccine stimulates immune response against ricin. Feb 4, 2006 441
Young scientists get results; science, math, and engineering competition selects 40 talented finalists. Jan 28, 2006 494
Diabetes from a plastic? Estrogen mimic provokes insulin resistance. Jan 21, 2006 457
Gunning for the gut: tiny particles might fight invasive zebra mussels. Jan 7, 2006 448
New anticoagulants show promise. Dec 17, 2005 469
3-D vision: new technique could improve breast cancer screening, diagnosis. Dec 10, 2005 585
Global wetting and drying: regions face opposing prospects for water supply. Nov 19, 2005 538
Breaking waves: mangroves shielded parts of coast from tsunami. Oct 29, 2005 505
Weight-loss costs: a critical look at gastric surgery. Oct 22, 2005 568
Drought's heat killed Southwest's pinon forests. Brief Article Oct 15, 2005 121
Fertility and pollution: dirty air, ozone linked to sperm troubles. Oct 8, 2005 456
Falling influence: influenza fighters have limited effects. Oct 1, 2005 541
Organic choice: pesticides vanish from body after change in diet. Sep 24, 2005 388
Dead tired: weary doctors function as if intoxicated. Sep 10, 2005 496
Class acts from new pesticides: chemicals have little effect on mammals. Sep 3, 2005 515
Comb over chemicals: tool may rid heads of pesticideproof lice. Aug 20, 2005 454
From famine, schizophrenia: starvation gives birth to personality disorder. Aug 6, 2005 413
What's gotten into everybody? Survey of bodily contaminants finds encouraging declines and new exposures. Jul 30, 2005 509
Tumors in touch: cancer cells spur vessel formation through contact. Jul 23, 2005 528
Pollution ups blood pressure: inhaled particles linked to transient effect. Jul 16, 2005 494
Striking oil: high-pressure processing minimizes trans fats. Jul 9, 2005 459
Bacteria ride the tide: moon's phases predict water quality at beaches. Jul 2, 2005 457
Preventing PMS: vitamin and mineral let women avoid syndrome. Jun 18, 2005 420
Farmers without fungus: how to store peanuts to reduce toxins. Jun 11, 2005 465
Gender measure: pollutant appears to alter boys' genitals. Jun 4, 2005 656
Heartburn in bed: soda, sleeping pills can spoil sleep. May 21, 2005 543
Watch and wait, or not: studies weigh risks of delaying prostate surgery. May 14, 2005 556
Insecticide inside: gene-modified rice cuts chemical spraying in China. Apr 30, 2005 491
Fast start: sex readily spreads HIV in infection's first weeks. Apr 23, 2005 484
Rice with a human touch: engineered grain uses gene from people to protect against herbicides. Apr 16, 2005 503
Breeding parasites along with fish: do sea lice from salmon farms spread far? Apr 2, 2005 474
An ounce of pollution: particles' harm varies by person, region, season. Mar 26, 2005 549
Student scientists to watch: with diverse ideas, young talents win big in annual competition. Mar 19, 2005 592
Shrinking at sea: harvesting drives evolution toward smaller fishes. Feb 26, 2005 458
Natural or synthetic? Test reveals origin of chemicals in blubber. Feb 12, 2005 444
When Ebola looms: human outbreaks follow animal infections. Feb 5, 2005 420
The heights of school science: select student research rises to the top. Jan 29, 2005 573
Living in a fog: secondhand smoke may dull kids' wits. Jan 15, 2005 390
Joining the resistance: drug-immune microbes waft over hogs. Jan 1, 2005 428
The birds are falling: avian losses could hit ecosystems hard. Dec 18, 2004 447
Stemming incontinence: injected muscle cells restore urinary control. Dec 11, 2004 438
Lingering loss: in 2-year diet trial, new pill keeps off weight. Nov 20, 2004 488
Persistent cough: pertussis rises in young adults and infants. Nov 6, 2004 525
Double credit: iron-fortified salt cuts anemia. Oct 30, 2004 421
Scrubbing down: free soap, hygiene tips cut kids' illnesses. Oct 9, 2004 442
Pinpointing poachers: gene sleuths map illicit elephant kills. Oct 2, 2004 476
Walking away from dementia: moderate exercise protects aging minds. Sep 25, 2004 581
Rounding up resistance: weed sacrifices seeds to put up with a herbicide. Aug 28, 2004 432
Bright nights kindle cancers in mice. Brief Article Aug 28, 2004 217
Brain protein peps up and soothes rodents. Brief Article Aug 28, 2004 262
Joint effort: bacteria in yogurt combat arthritis in rats. Aug 14, 2004 551
Insects may spread foodborne microbe to chickens. Aug 7, 2004 554
Fish stew: species interplay makes fisheries management tricky in the long run. Jul 31, 2004 464
Dangerous dust? Chemicals in plastics are tied to allergies. Jul 24, 2004 493
Just a tad is too much: less is worse for tadpoles exposed to chemicals. Jul 10, 2004 445
Before the booze: cactus extract dulls hangovers. Jul 3, 2004 554
Celiac disease affects kids' minds. Brief Article Jul 3, 2004 172
When protein breakdown breaks down: bacterial toxin yields signs of Parkinson's. Jun 26, 2004 508
Cost of protecting the oceans. Jun 26, 2004 246
A tale of new whiskers. Brief Article Jun 19, 2004 121
Young talent on display: tomorrow's scientists and engineers win recognition, rewards. May 22, 2004 575
Harm from plastic additive challenged: early exposure shows no ill effects. May 1, 2004 393
Mouse mourned: Yoda dies at age 4. Brief Article May 1, 2004 254
Ocean report urges new policies. Apr 24, 2004 559

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