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Articles from Science News (November 17, 2001)

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Title Author Type Words
Cancer risk linked to night shifts. (Environment). Brief Article 477
Cholesterol enables nerve cells to connect. Travis, J. Brief Article 590
Desert beetle catches fog on its back. (Biology). Brief Article 266
EPA switchback on arsenic. (Environment). Brief Article 147
Farmers took fast track in settling Europe. Bower, B. Brief Article 385
Foam gets its shot at anthrax. (Chemistry). Brief Article 173
Heart pump extends patients' survival. Seppa, N. Brief Article 491
It takes a ready tide. (Letters). Jones, David D. 121
New fossils threaten an extinction theory. Harder, B. Brief Article 549
New sensor can ID dangerous bacteria. (Chemistry). Brief Article 314
Reducing blood pressure in the lungs. (Biomedicine). Brief Article 265
Sediments sink river's flow into sea. Perkins, S. Brief Article 565
Seizures and reproductive ills linked. (Biomedicine). Brief Article 316
She-male garter snakes: some like it hot. Milius, S. Brief Article 555
Sneaky calculations: how to trick other people's computers into solving your math problems. Peterson, Ivars 1869
SOHO craft gets the lowdown on sunspots. Cowen, R. Brief Article 571
The Brazil nut effect gets more jumbled. Weiss, P. Brief Article 548
The science of secretin: will studies of rodent brains give new life to a controversial autism therapy? Travis, John 2273
Timber of the times. (Letters). Girod, Donald 202
When ground squirrels cry badger. (Biology). Brief Article 217

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