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Toxic e-cig fumes linked to e-liquids: with age and heat, vaping devices emit more toxicants. Aug 20, 2016 393
E-cigarettes linked to new health risks: vaping may affect immune system, heart, sperm and behavior. Mar 5, 2016 840
Urban heat islands exist in the Arctic. Brief article Mar 5, 2016 233
Skin soaks up toxic air pollutants: lungs may not be main entry into body for some phthalates. Report Nov 14, 2015 450
Failure explores the upsides of mistakes. Book review Nov 14, 2015 357
The dangers of vaping: teens are falling for flavored e-cigs, but the vapors they inhale may be toxic. Jul 11, 2015 2872
E-cigarettes lower immunity to germs. Brief article Mar 7, 2015 202
E-cigarettes may inflame lungs as much as regular cigarettes do. Brief article Nov 29, 2014 175
Virtual Unreality: Just because the Internet told you, how do you know it's true? Book review Sep 20, 2014 401
E-cigarettes may inflame lungs as much as regular cigarettes do. Brief article Jul 12, 2014 173
Health risks of e-cigarettes emerge: vaping pollutes lungs, may protect antibiotic-resistant bacteria. Jun 28, 2014 738
From Dust to Life: The Origin and Evolution of Our Solar System. Brief article Feb 8, 2014 305
Math on Trial. Book review Jun 29, 2013 276
Tim Samaras, 1957-2013. Obituary Jun 29, 2013 522
As Erebus lives and breathes: the Antarctica volcano's long-lived lava lake coughs up clues to the physiology of volcanoes. Cover story Apr 6, 2013 2808
The Kingdom of Rarities. Brief article Apr 6, 2013 282
Blood levels of BPA controversial: values reported for humans appear high, study charges. Mar 9, 2013 513
Life found deep below Antarctic ice: U.S. team finds microbial cells in subglacial Lake Whillans. Mar 9, 2013 620
Climate change goes to extremes: some recent weird weather tied to warming. Dec 29, 2012 426
Extremely bad weather: studies start linking climate change to current events. Nov 17, 2012 3940
Air: The Restless Shaper of the World. Book review Nov 17, 2012 296
Spider man fell for jumpers. Oct 20, 2012 332
Laser-sharp light zaps tumors: infrared approach may offer radiation therapy alternative. Oct 6, 2012 456
Nanopollutants pose crop risk: tiny particles can boost toxic absorption by plants. Oct 6, 2012 507
Archaea may be behind ocean's methane exhalations. Brief article Oct 6, 2012 113
Antibacterial agent weakens muscle strength in mice. Brief article Oct 6, 2012 124
Tricks foods play: what you eat may fool your brain into packing on the pounds. Cover story Oct 6, 2012 2867
Extreme heat rising worldwide: temperature records reveal increased odds of swelter. Sep 8, 2012 420
Night lights may foster depression: hamster study also finds that the symptoms are reversible. Brief article Aug 25, 2012 255
Recent extreme weather attributed to human-caused climate warming: probability of some droughts, heat waves now much greater. Aug 11, 2012 647
Ozone raises cardiovascular risk: pollutant triggers changes that can hike heart attack risk. Brief article Jul 28, 2012 308
Parents aid fry with low pH. Brief article Jul 28, 2012 159
No-cal sodas can trick the brain: sugar-free sweeteners may contribute to obesity risk. Jul 14, 2012 389
Mr. Hornaday's War. Book review Jun 30, 2012 267
Puffs of methane found over Arctic: bacteria may be source of unexplained gas emissions. Brief article Jun 2, 2012 263
Europe bat pest more potent: white-nose syndrome in U.S. is less virulent strain. May 19, 2012 387
Nanopollutants harm vessel health: tiny particles and tubes diminish arteriole response in rats. Apr 21, 2012 448
Fungus products among us. Brief article Apr 21, 2012 119
Quiet: The Power of Introverts in a World That Can't Stop Talking. Brief article Apr 21, 2012 293
Plumbing the archives. Cover story Mar 24, 2012 985
Germ warfare. Brief article Mar 24, 2012 150
Tracking Pluto's rise and fall. Brief article Mar 24, 2012 163
Mushroom clouds usher in atomic age. Brief article Mar 24, 2012 134
Elementary finds stack up. Brief article Mar 24, 2012 208
Climate in flux. Brief article Mar 24, 2012 152
Carbon dioxide erodes marine ecosystems: research suggests how sea life will react to acidification. Mar 10, 2012 647
Fracking isn't tainting groundwater, study finds. Brief article Mar 10, 2012 123
'Nonstick' chemicals pose risk: pollutants dampen immune response after childhood. Mar 10, 2012 323
Nondefense R&D gets boost in White House budget proposal: in tough times, applied research would grow substantially. Mar 10, 2012 733
Pythons squeeze out local species in South Florida: some mammal populations fall by more than 90 percent. Feb 25, 2012 744
Acidification alters fish behavior: higher carbon dioxide in oceans may affect brain chemistry. Feb 25, 2012 401
Recirculation degraded gulf oil: fueled by hydrocarbon plumes, bacteria feasted on crude. Brief article Feb 11, 2012 284
For daily use. Brief article Jan 14, 2012 102
Microbes sleep to evade detection: stressed bacteria can dodge screening tests by laying low. Jan 14, 2012 421
Arctic warming signs. Brief article Dec 31, 2011 197
Pollution bringing stronger cyclones: soot weakens winds that break up storms in Arabian Sea. Dec 17, 2011 460
Global Warming and Political Intimidation. Book review Dec 3, 2011 274
Arctic ozone loss at record levels: northern 'hole' comparable to early losses over Antarctica. Brief article Nov 19, 2011 331
Brain may subvert efforts to diet: in obese, hunger signals can persist even after a meal. Oct 22, 2011 482
Introducing ... Brief article Oct 8, 2011 105
El Ninos may fuel civil uprisings: food prices, unemployment may link climate to unrest. Oct 8, 2011 328
Rambunctious Garden. Book review Oct 8, 2011 272
Big fish return to no-fishing zone: Gulf of California park a model for overharvested areas. Brief article Sep 24, 2011 243
Building a greener flame retardant: nanolayer approach incorporates renewable material. Sep 24, 2011 329
Cracked sewers leak fecal germs: studies follow sewage into waterways and drinking supplies. Report Sep 10, 2011 302
Bacteria gobbled oil, didn't grow: spilled BP crude may not have provided balanced diet. Sep 10, 2011 322
Helping bats hold on: scientists seek a savior as a deadly fungal pandemic explodes through vulnerable colonies. Report Sep 10, 2011 2510
Some fish thrived despite oil spill: BP blowout didn't dent populations in Gulf's seagrass beds. Brief article Aug 13, 2011 280
Male mice less macho with BPA: early exposures can erase some masculine behavior. Jul 30, 2011 481
Lionfish meet their match. Brief article Jul 30, 2011 152
Marsh sediment analysis reveals fastest sea level rise in 2,000 years: core samples show rapid increase starting in 19th century. Jul 16, 2011 400
Widespread use of herbicides fosters immunity: many weeds now resistant to multiple chemical killers. Jul 2, 2011 956
Germy with a chance of hail: aerial microbes can influence weather, and maybe climate. Jun 18, 2011 644
Warming Arctic comes unglued: rising rates of erosion strike region's ice-rich coastlines. May 21, 2011 358
Chemicals linked to kids' lower IQs: studies identify effects from pesticides still used on farms. May 21, 2011 394
Obesity impairs brain performance: white matter damage may explain deficits in memory, thinking. Apr 23, 2011 367
Arctic ozone may post record loss: depletion could boost UV exposure for midlatitudes. Brief article Apr 9, 2011 255
Big fishing yields small fish: researchers map predator loss and predict unstable oceans. Apr 9, 2011 1254
2012 budget offers pain and gain: amid belt-tightening, clean energy, education, high tech grow. Mar 12, 2011 772
Gulf floor tainted by oily deposits: patches are the remnants of an oil-eating bacterial bloom. Mar 12, 2011 405
Dispersants persisted after BP spill: Chemicals used to break up oil lasted for months in plumes. Brief article Feb 26, 2011 244
Amoebas common in drinking water: Study finds widespread contamination could be a health risk. Brief article Feb 26, 2011 268
Some Himalayan ice not shrinking: Glaciers in the Karakoram region may even be growing. Feb 26, 2011 324
Brain boosters: some nutritional supplements provide real food for thought. Feb 26, 2011 3187
Blowout in the Gulf. Book review Feb 26, 2011 310
BP spill's methane goes missing: researchers claim bacteria gobbled it all up--and fast. Jan 29, 2011 539
Studies see 4 degrees of warming: disruptive effects possible by 2060s, new analysis suggests. Brief article Dec 18, 2010 306
BPA passes easily through the skin: finding may explain high levels of chemical seen in cashiers. Brief article Dec 4, 2010 282
Mice deprived of darkness get fat: eating at the wrong time can increase impact of calories. Nov 6, 2010 377
Natural gas dominates Gulf plumes: microbes are degrading easily digested hydrocarbons first. Oct 9, 2010 439
Teams disagree over breakdown of BP oil in Gulf: two studies offer confusing picture of deep-sea plumes. Sep 11, 2010 902
Receipts a large and little-known source of BPA: studies raise alarm about exposure to hormone mimic. Aug 28, 2010 1033
The incredible shrinking solar cell: with lilliputian collectors, almost anything could be sun-powered. Jul 31, 2010 1319
Nutrition society president says eat less, move more. Interview Jul 17, 2010 706
Surface oil isn't the only threat from Gulf gusher: Scientists try to understand deep-sea hydrocarbon clouds. Jul 3, 2010 923
Cell phone--cancer study an enigma: researchers remain uncertain about safety of mobile devices. Jun 19, 2010 369
Plastics ingredient raises concern: bisphenol A's 'twin' may have more potent hormone effects. Jun 5, 2010 255
Reeling in tuna with lower mercury: level of toxic metal depends on species, two studies find. May 22, 2010 434
Destination brain: inhaled pollutants may inflame more than the lungs. May 22, 2010 2500
Walnuts may slow prostate cancer. Brief article Apr 24, 2010 172

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