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Articles from Science News (September 10, 2011)

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ADHD linked to rare gene counts: missing or added copies also seen in other brain disorders. Saey, Tina Hesman Report 475
An inventor behind the genius. Quill, Elizabeth Brief article 251
Antidepressants show signs of countering Alzheimer's: mouse and human data link drugs to less plaque in brain. Sanders, Laura Report 812
Apnea linked to later dementia: sleep disorder may cause cognitive decline in women. Seppa, Nathan Report 325
Back story: Alzheimer's on the rise. Brief article 151
Bacteria gobbled oil, didn't grow: spilled BP crude may not have provided balanced diet. Raloff, Janet 322
Bookshelf. Brief article 188
Brain waves assist faster braking: monitoring neural patterns may reduce driver response time. Sanders, Laura Brief article 277
Bypass's big boon: scientists spot key players in surgery's surprising ability to reverse diabetes. Seppa, Nathan Report 1820
Cells may navigate with trail marks: secreted molecules could help steer cellular migrations. Drake, Nadia Brief article 223
Computers on your skin illustrate science's skills. Siegfried, Tom Editorial 356
Cracked sewers leak fecal germs: studies follow sewage into waterways and drinking supplies. Raloff, Janet Report 302
Dark energy camera getting ready for first light. Powell, Devin Brief article 124
Earthquake rumblings. Stewart, James R., Jr. Letter to the editor 173
Einstein invents automatic camera with "electric eye". Brief article 199
Electronic tattoo merges circuitry with human skin: adhesive devices may have uses in medicine, security. Sanders, Laura 610
Flying on sunshine: once futuristic visions, solar sails now take off. Witze, Alexandra 2730
Fresh hints of salt water on Mars: seasonal patterns consistent with presence of briny seeps. Carlisle, Camille M. Brief article 296
Fruit of the loo. Drake, Nadia Brief article 110
Helping bats hold on: scientists seek a savior as a deadly fungal pandemic explodes through vulnerable colonies. Raloff, Janet Report 2510
Herpesvirus gets to brain via nose: olfactory cells provide path for virus, researchers suggest. Sanders, Laura 347
Leafy beacons beckon bats. Drake, Nadia Brief article 103
Magnetic waves turn up solar heat: finding may explain why the sun's corona gets so hot. Carlisle, Camille M. Report 332
Now You See It. Bower, Bruce Book review 250
Particle physicists chasing ghosts: wispy neutrinos could explain lack of antimatter in universe. Powell, Devin 483
Plants and fungi reciprocate favors: rewards for rewards stabilize underground biological market. Milius, Susan 428
Plesiosaur fossil hints at live births: fetus remains suggest that ancient reptiles had big babies. Drake, Nadia Brief article 227
Say what? Carlisle, Camille M. Brief article 107
Science past: from the issue of September 9, 1961. Brief article 122
The (-est). Carlisle, Camille M. Brief article 109
The Neighborhood Project: Using Evolution to Improve My City, One Block at a Time. Perkins, Sid Book review 283
The Parkinson's bug. Check, William; Axford, Nancy Sutter Letter to the editor 219
Wasps' apparent altruism isn't: females' gamble benefits their own reproductive success. Milius, Susan Brief article 244

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