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Articles from Science News (September 21, 2013)

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'Borderline' is code for 'difficult': many clinicians consider personality disorder untreatable. Bower, Bruce 357
50 years ago. Brief article 205
A bar to marriage for the poor. Bower, Bruce Brief article 121
Antarctic unsavory to shipworms: currents and polar front keep destructive mollusks at bay. Milius, Susan 326
Bats can carry MERS. Saey, Tina Hesman Brief article 169
Behind the Shock Machine. Bohac, Allison Brief article 285
Birds gauge speed limits: average rate, not each car's speed, guides when to flee. Milius, Susan 403
Blood marker may predict suicide: activity of gene could help doctors assess risk. Sanders, Laura 332
Caffeine shakes up growing brain: mice exposed before birth show memory deficits. Sanders, Laura 420
Carbon storage at max for Euro trees. Rosen, Meghan Brief article 149
Clues emerge to allergic asthma: implicated enzymes chop up a blood-clotting protein. Seppa, Nathan 345
Collision course: scientists struggle to make windows safer for birds. Milius, Susan 4147
Details of migration into the Americas revealed in DNA: analysis of genetic material from modern people shows three distinct waves of arrival. Saey, Tina Hesman 552
Does it dream? Sanders, Laura Brief article 138
Dueling theories on dune fields: C-shaped sand mounds persist by colliding or calving. Wayman, Erin 451
Early life influences race perception: time in homogeneous orphanage changed response to faces. Sanders, Laura 372
Fast magma flows fuel eruptions. Ehrenberg, Rachel Brief article 189
Flu immunity prompted, years later: work could help make more effective influenza vaccines. Saey, Tina Hesman Brief article 243
How bizarre: dinosaurs had stiff necks. Gelling, Cristy Brief article 117
Lyme disease. Brief article 110
Malaria vaccine a hit in early test: inactivated parasite provokes effective immune response. Seppa, Nathan 475
NASA gives up on fixing Kepler. Grant, Andrew Brief article 155
No thanks to glowing plants. Boriskin, K.A.; Baum, Bobby Letter to the editor 192
Personal space has a boundary. Sanders, Laura Brief article 155
Predicting risk of arsenic exposure. Wayman, Erin Brief article 180
Quakes and fracking. Sales, John Letter to the editor 132
Saving birds may require seeing things their way. Emerson, Eva Editorial 410
Say what? Sanders, Laura Brief article 112
Seeking the loneliest whale. Perkins, Sid 574
Sugar gains power from mind: attitudes about willpower changed glucose's effect. Shugart, Jessica 368
The Nazi and the Psychiatrist. Rosen, Meghan Brief article 290
The romance of cybercruelty. Bower, Bruce Brief article 112
The tune wreckers: lousy singers make a pitch for scientific relevance. Bower, Bruce 2676
Tiny human almost-brains made in lab: stem cells arrange themselves into patchwork of neural tissue. Sanders, Laura 899
X-shaped blocks form strong lattice: millions of the identical parts could be used in big structures. Rosen, Meghan 677

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