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Articles from Science News (April 5, 2014)

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Acetaminophen use in pregnancy linked to child's risk of ADHD. Seppa, Nathan Brief article 169
Big neuroscience maps the brain. Letter to the editor 320
Black holes may halt stellar factories: galaxies stop forming stars despite access to raw materials. Crockett, Christopher 706
Camels are likely source of MERS: most animals tested in Saudi Arabia had signs of infection. Mole, Beth 560
Chimps catch people's yawns. Bower, Bruce Brief article 147
Competition helps flies' brainpower: males dim mentally after generations without rivals. Milius, Susan 522
Cosmic question mark: the Planck mission's data put a kink in precision cosmology. Siegfried, Tom 2587
Decision-making brain region tells blue from green: vision and language areas not crucial for color distinction. Sanders, Laura 523
Eating less protein may extend life: meat-rich diets could raise the risk of dying young. Saey, Tina Hesman 694
English Channel tunnel. Brief article 161
Evolution of dark skin reconsidered: melanin could have protected early hominids from cancer. Bower, Bruce 563
Evolution of river systems. Perkins, Sid Brief article 216
Extreme heat still on the rise: peak high temps on land climb despite stalled global average. Mole, Beth 382
Flu drug research takes Intel STS top honors. Perkins, Sid 428
Giant virus pulled from permafrost: scientists revive ancient, record-breaking microbe. Rosen, Meghan 532
Gravitational wave detection a big day for the Big Bang. Emerson, Eva Editorial 378
Grief takes its toll. Brief article 118
Ha! The Science of When We Laugh and Why. Perkins, Sid Brief article 313
Human ancestors at West Asian site deemed two species. Bower, Bruce Brief article 203
Kepler discovers 715 new worlds: new method allows for quick confirmation of exoplanets. Crockett, Christopher 701
Laser tweezers manipulate objects just 50 nanometers wide: technique could allow scientists to move proteins and viruses. Grant, Andrew 513
Making artificial muscles with a spin. Rosen, Meghan Brief article 182
Mindless: Why Smarter Machines are Making Dumber Humans. Seppa, Nathan Book review 325
Moon dust mystery. Letter to the editor 248
Music doesn't move some people. Sanders, Laura Brief article 147
Primordial gravitational waves found: researchers see traces of cosmic expansion just after Big Bang. Crockett, Christopher 771
Rare lift for climate science funding: president's 2015 budget request leaves most research flatlined. Mole, Beth 889
Shining a light on radio waves. Crockett, Christopher Brief article 171
Sudden death: proposed EKG screening for student athletes spurs medical debate. Beil, Laura 3064
Top 10 winners. Awards list 264
Trick lights way for death rays: short laser bursts turn columns of air into energy conduits. Grant, Andrew 579

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