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Articles from Science News (March 7, 2015)

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Alexithymia\uh LEHK suh THY mee uh\n. Bower, Bruce Brief article 164
Artificial climate fixes nixed for now: but experts advise further research on geoengineering. Mole, Beth 400
Asteroids might spark supernovas: rocky debris falling into white dwarfs may trigger explosions. Crockett, Christopher 365
Chicks look to left for tiny quantities: bias suggests similarity to human view of number line. Milius, Susan 876
E-cigarettes lower immunity to germs. Raloff, Janet Brief article 202
E-cigarettes may be gateway to addiction for teens. Ehrenberg, Rachel Brief article 214
Earliest New World monkey unearthed: fossils suggest primates came to South America from Africa. Bower, Bruce 400
Earliest stars younger than thought. Crockett, Christopher Brief article 144
Earth's crust shifts over slippery base: weak rock layer may help plates slide around planet. Sumner, Thomas 666
Ebola virus evolution tracked by DNA. Yeager, Ashley Brief article 197
Enjoy scientific curios collected over decades. Guterman, Lila Brief article 169
Facebook can reveal signs of postpartum depression. Ehrenberg, Rachel Brief article 194
Flamboyant old bustards keep showing off. Milius, Susan 378
Funding canceled for clean coal plant. Mole, Beth Brief article 118
Genetic history of Darwin's finches: DNA analysis pinpoints source of birds' varied beaks. Saey, Tina Hesman 735
Giant rings encircle young exoplanet. Crockett, Christopher Brief article 192
Glassy blue Iceberg goes belly up. Sumner, Thomas Brief article 199
Group protection against measles jeopardized. Brief article 238
Hollywood's rewritten history. Letter to the editor 129
Hydrogen cloud headed for Milky Way. Yeager, Ashley Brief article 199
Ice ages boost production of ocean crust. Sumner, Thomas Brief article 201
Imaging pain's molecular anatomy: brain scans tracking proteins could point to best therapy. Yeager, Ashley 518
Megadroughts predicted for U.S.: some states may see driest conditions in a millennium. Yeager, Ashley 680
New target for treating obesity: distinct brain cells control overeating, normal feeding. Yeager, Ashley 701
Old discovery gives jolt to batteries: chemical reaction described in 1800s may boost energy storage. Ehrenberg, Rachel 433
Scientific theories ready for retirement. Bohac, Allison Book review 368
Solutions that shake. Letter to the editor 186
Taking temperatures at the nanoscale: aluminum, other materials can become self-thermometers. Grant, Andrew 441
Termite mounds help buffer dry land against climate change. Milius, Susan Brief article 173
The mess that is stress: chronic angst triggers a slew of changes that harm long-term health. Seppa, Nathan 4049
The story of water on Earth and across the cosmos. Crockett, Christopher Book review 413
Tough to swallow: athletes who use antioxidant supplements may not be getting the boost they expect. Beil, Laura 2577
Water's origin story. Letter to the editor 268
Why stress doesn't just stay in your head. Emerson, Eva Editorial 372

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