February 2012

(email suggestions-questions to Tim Cannon)

Tuesday, February 28th, 11:30-12:45

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I post a sampling of the links I like best
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  1. NASA's Mars Rover Curiosity Had Planetary Protection Slip-Up: Scientific American
  2. Quantum Entanglement Links 2 Diamonds: Scientific American
  3. Cell biology: The new cell anatomy : Nature News & Comment
  4. Pictures: "Gorgeous" Dinosaur Nest Found Full of Babies
  5. 2010 Carbon Dioxide Output Shows Biggest Jump Ever - NYTimes.com
  6. BBC News - Antarctic's hidden world revealed
  7. Art and the Limits of Neuroscience - NYTimes.com
  8. BBC News - Kepler 22-b: Earth-like planet confirmed
  9. ScienceShot: Insomnia Linked to Punctuality - ScienceNOW
  10. BBC News - Undersea mountains march into the abyss
  11. BBC News - French Alpine glaciers in retreat
  12. Are Psychopaths “Brain Damaged”? | Observations, Scientific American Blog Network
  13. Connected Brain Regions Grow Up Together - ScienceNOW
  14. BBC News - Russian scientists to attempt clone of woolly mammoth
  15. Ostrich penis clears up evolutionary mystery : Nature News & Comment
  16. Sex on the Brain - Studied - NYTimes.com
  17. Evolution and Miss USA: Science Role Models Explain Why Evolutionary Biology Is So Important [Video] | Observations, Scientific American Blog Network
  18. Controversial Turkish Internet Censorship Program Targets Evolution Sites - ScienceInsider
  19. 'Vocal Fry' Creeping Into U.S. Speech - ScienceNOW
  20. Cilia Control Eating Signal - Science News
  21. Weather Affects Timing Of Some Natural Hazards - Science News
  22. Illinois Court Reverses Conviction of Man Jailed in Rape-Murder - NYTimes.com
  23. Out-of-body experience: Master of illusion : Nature News & Comment
  24. ScienceShot: Standing Tall to Beat the Heat? - ScienceNOW
  25. ScienceShot: Ant 'Gas Gun' Paralyzes Prey - ScienceNOW
  26. Video animation: RNA interference : Nature News & Comment
  27. Genes Play Major Role in Primate Social Behavior, Study Finds - NYTimes.com
  28. The Elephant in the Room: How Contraception Could Save Future Elephants from Culling: Scientific American
  29. BBC News - Liking a lie-in in people's genes, researchers say
  30. Can the Bulldog Be Saved? - NYTimes.com
  31. With Chocolate at Stake, Physicists Bet on Whether the Higgs Boson Will Be Found - NYTimes.com
  32. Profiles in Science - Steven Pinker - Human Nature’s Pathologist - NYTimes.com
  33. Nation’s Oldest Birding Group Serves as a Collective Memory - NYTimes.com
  34. The Certainty of Memory Has Its Day in Court - NYTimes.com
  35. Sky Crane – how to land Curiosity on the surface of Mars | Guest Blog, Scientific American Blog Network
  36. Ladybugs Changed Color in Response to Climate Change - ScienceNOW
  37. Can the Bulldog Be Saved? - NYTimes.com
  38. With Chocolate at Stake, Physicists Bet on Whether the Higgs Boson Will Be Found - NYTimes.com
  39. Profiles in Science - Steven Pinker - Human Nature’s Pathologist - NYTimes.com
  40. Can the Bulldog Be Saved? - NYTimes.com
  41. With Chocolate at Stake, Physicists Bet on Whether the Higgs Boson Will Be Found - NYTimes.com
  42. Profiles in Science - Steven Pinker - Human Nature’s Pathologist - NYTimes.com
  43. Nation’s Oldest Birding Group Serves as a Collective Memory - NYTimes.com
  44. The Certainty of Memory Has Its Day in Court - NYTimes.com
  45. Sky Crane – how to land Curiosity on the surface of Mars | Guest Blog, Scientific American Blog Network
  46. Ladybugs Changed Color in Response to Climate Change - ScienceNOW
  47. BBC News - Exploiting neuroscience lessons to shape policy
  48. BBC News - Liquid living worms survive space
  49. New Data Fuel Dogfight Over the Origins of Man's Best Friend - ScienceNOW
  50. E-mail Reveals Your Closest Friends - ScienceNOW
  51. Ancient Tools Point to Early Human Migration Into Arabia - ScienceNOW
  52. DNA Sequencing Caught in Deluge of Data - NYTimes.com
  53. Texas Drought Is Revealing Secrets of the Deep - NYTimes.com
  54. BBC Nature - How animals predict earthquakes
  55. Polluting the Ogallala Aquifer - NYTimes.com
  56. ScienceShot: Wasps Spot Familiar Faces - ScienceNOW
  57. Gumming Up Appetite to Treat Obesity: Scientific American
  58. Names Proposed for New Elements on Periodic Table - NYTimes.com
  59. Pigeons Can Learn Higher Math, Study Finds - NYTimes.com
  60. Science Journal Retracts Chronic Fatigue Syndrome Paper - NYTimes.com
  61. BBC News - Elephant's sixth 'toe' discovered
  62. Now We Are Six - The Hormone Surge of Middle Childhood - NYTimes.com
  63. Fish in Small Tanks Are Shown to Be Much More Aggressive - NYTimes.com
  64. BBC News - More time at school 'boosts IQ'
  65. How Does Meat in the Diet Take an Environmental Toll?: Scientific American
  66. iCookbook™ for Android device | icookbook.com | Publications International, Ltd.
  67. Is It Time to Overhaul the Calendar?: Scientific American
  68. Youngstown Injection Well Stays Shut After Earthquake - NYTimes.com
  69. Tightly Wound DNA in Brain Tied to Schizophrenia | Psych Central News
  70. Animal Studies Move From the Lab to the Lecture Hall - NYTimes.com
  71. In Play-Off Between Old and New Violins, Stradivarius Lags - NYTimes.com
  72. Broad Institute Director Finds Power in Numbers - NYTimes.com
  73. In the Eyes of a Dog - ScienceNOW
  74. A Whale's Virtual Reality - ScienceNOW
  75. In Borneo, a Safe Place for Orangutans - Slide Show - NYTimes.com
  76. Secret Science Club, Nerd Nite and Other Barroom Education - NYTimes.com
  77. BBC News - First 'mixed embryo' monkeys born
  78. BBC News - Cash grants allow real experiments in school science
  79. Time Cloak Hides Very Brief Events [Animation] | Observations, Scientific American Blog Network
  80. Big Study Links Good Teachers to Lasting Gain - NYTimes.com
  81. New Year’s Resolutions Stick When Willpower Is Reinforced - NYTimes.com
  82. Pasta Inspires Scientists to Use Their Noodle - NYTimes.com
  83. Tackling the Riddle of Putting a Zebra in Your Tank - NYTimes.com
  84. M.I.T. Physicist Gives Scientists an Online Interview Outlet - NYTimes.com
  85. Seeing Social Media as Adolescent Portal More Than Pitfall - NYTimes.com
  86. Zebra Finches’ Sense of Smell a Songbird Surprise - NYTimes.com
  87. BBC Nature - Scientists discover soldier bees
  88. BBC News - 'Extinct' Galapagos tortoise may still exist
  89. Award-winning teen-age science in action | Video on TED.com
  90. Could Climate Change Alter Lizard Learning? - ScienceNOW
  91. The Neuroscience of Looking on the Bright Side: Scientific American
  92. Russian Official Suggests Weapon Caused Spacecraft Failure - NYTimes.com
  93. US authorities crack down on plagiarism : Nature News & Comment
  94. Drew Berry: Animations of unseeable biology | Video on TED.com
  95. Reactor-Accelerator Hybrid Achieves Successful Test Run - ScienceInsider
  96. Smaller Magnetic Materials Push Boundaries of Nanotechnology - NYTimes.com
  97. Scientists Create World's Tiniest Ear - ScienceNOW
  98. Receptor for tasting fat identified in humans
  99. Yeast Reveals How Fast a Cell Can Form a Body - NYTimes.com
  100. In Atheists We Distrust: Scientific American
  101. Catching a Gravity Wave: Canceled Laser Space Antenna May Still Fly: Scientific American
  102. ‘Open Science’ Challenges Journal Tradition With Web Collaboration - NYTimes.com
  103. Bird-Watchers Revel in Unusual Spike in Snowy Owl Sightings - NYTimes.com
  104. Rat helps pinpoint pain molecule : Nature News & Comment
  105. Victory for crowdsourced biomolecule design : Nature News & Comment
  106. Disgust’s Evolutionary Role Is Irresistible to Researchers - NYTimes.com
  107. At La Brea Tar Pits, Relics From Long Before Freeways - NYTimes.com
  108. ScienceShot: Brightness Is in the Eye of the Beholder - ScienceNOW
  109. ScienceShot: Ugly Noses Help Bats Navigate - ScienceNOW
  110. ScienceShot: Tulip-Shaped Creature Found in Canadian Rockies - ScienceNOW
  111. ScienceShot: Jurassic Crow? - ScienceNOW
  112. Study Finds Virus to Be Fast Learner on Infecting - NYTimes.com
  113. BBC News - Anti-matter atoms to address anti-gravity question
  114. SETI Research Is Revived - Life Out There - NYTimes.com
  115. Gains in DNA Are Speeding Research Into Human Origins - NYTimes.com
  116. Scientists Examine Hope Diamond for Clues to Its Blue - NYTimes.com
  117. BBC News - Skin transformed into brain cells
  118. BBC News - Volcanic origin for Little Ice Age
  119. Who Said It? The GOP Presidential Candidates' Choice Words on Science and Technology: Scientific American
  120. Did Plants Freeze the Planet? - ScienceNOW
  121. The Secret of Dino Success - ScienceNOW
  122. Thousands of Scientists Vow to Boycott Elsevier to Protest Journal Prices - ScienceInsider
  123. Today's Teens Better Behaved Than Their Parents - NYTimes.com
  124. U.S. State Science Standards Are ‘Mediocre to Awful’ | Budding Scientist, Scientific American Blog Network
  125. BBC News - Hubble snaps stunning barred spiral galaxy image
  126. BBC News - Four telescope link-up creates world's largest mirror
  127. Really? The Claim: Never Go to Bed Angry - NYTimes.com
  128. Russian Scientists Poised to be First to Reach Ice-Buried Antarctic Lake: Scientific American
  129. Castaway lizards put evolution to the test - The Washington Post
  130. Is GPS All in Our Heads? - NYTimes.com
  131. BBC Nature - Jurassic cricket's song recreated
  132. Did Easter Islanders Mix It Up With South Americans? - ScienceNOW
  133. Popular Opinion on Climate Change Traced to Political Elites: Scientific American
  134. Signal for Higgs Boson Particle Gains Strength: Scientific American
  135. Drilling Reaches Lake Vostok, Long Trapped Under Antarctic Ice Sheet - NYTimes.com
  136. Study Explores Electrical Stimulation to Aid Memory - NYTimes.com
  137. Amasia Supercontinent Will Form in the Arctic, Geologists Predict - NYTimes.com
  138. Meteorite From Mars Is at Home in London, After a World Tour - NYTimes.com
  139. PCAST Remedy for Undergraduate Science Is a Tall Order - ScienceInsider
  140. Tarsiers - Tiny Primates With Ultrasonic Vocal Skills - NYTimes.com
  141. Early humans implicated in Africa's deforestation : Nature News & Comment
  142. Ponytail Shape Is Determined by Complex Physics - NYTimes.com
  143. BBC News - Does a law link tennis rankings and earthquakes?
  144. Researchers Boycott Elsevier Journal Publisher - NYTimes.com
  145. BBC Nature - Love gifts in the animal kingdom
  146. McDonald's Will Phase Out Gestation Crates - NYTimes.com
  147. Why Don't Americans Elect Scientists? - NYTimes.com
  148. BBC Nature - Tiny lizards found in Madagascar
  149. ScienceShot: Strong Jaws, Tiny Index Fingers - ScienceNOW
  150. ScienceShot: Small Birds Make Epic Voyage - ScienceNOW
  151. Mammals Made By Viruses | The Loom | Discover Magazine
  152. Colleges looking beyond the lecture - The Washington Post
  153. Prions point to a new style of evolution - life - 15 February 2012 - New Scientist
  154. Tipsy Fruit Flies on a Mission to Kill Parasites - NYTimes.com
  155. Physicists Create a Working Transistor From a Single Atom - NYTimes.com
  156. No Omnivore’s Dilemma for Alaskan Hunter-Gatherers - ScienceNOW
  157. Cosmologists Try to Explain a Universe Springing From Nothing - NYTimes.com
  158. New Life, From an Arctic Flower That Died 32,000 Years Ago - NYTimes.com
  159. Queensland Koalas Hit by Chlamydia Infections - NYTimes.com
  160. Squid can fly to save energy : Nature News & Comment
  161. Technology to Turn Gestures Into Song - Percolator - The Chronicle of Higher Education
  162. Alex the Parrot's Posthumous Paper Shows His Mathematical Genius: Scientific American
  163. Co-oppulation: Sometimes It Takes More Than 2 to Tango [Slide Show]: Scientific American
  164. It's Official: Physics Is Hard - ScienceNOW
  165. Ancient Elephants Followed the (Female) Leader - ScienceNOW
  166. BREAKING NEWS: Error Undoes Faster-Than-Light Neutrino Results - ScienceInsider
  167. Old Elephants Make Bad Role Models - ScienceNOW
  168. ScienceShot: An Arthropod Version of Morlocks? - ScienceNOW
  169. Y Chromosome, Though Diminished, Is Holding Its Ground - NYTimes.com
  170. Mutated Trout Raise New Concerns Over Selenium - NYTimes.com
  171. Y Chromosome, Though Diminished, Is Holding Its Ground - NYTimes.com
  172. Sirtuin protein linked to longevity in mammals : Nature News & Comment
  173. Turing at 100: Legacy of a universal mind : Nature News & Comment
  174. Being Happy: Social and Natural Factors Are More Important than Money (Especially in Costa Rica) | Observations, Scientific American Blog Network
  175. BBC Nature - Ants remember their enemy's scent
  176. Sifrhippus, the First Horse, Got Even Tinier as the Planet Heated Up - NYTimes.com
  177. Neutrinos’ Speed in Question Because of Technical Problems, CERN Says - NYTimes.com
  178. Are University Labs Criminally Dangerous?: Scientific American
  179. Scary Stuff: Fright Chemical Identified in Injured Fish: Scientific American
  180. Maine's Biggest Lobster to be Returned to Atlantic: Scientific American
  181. Could a Bit More Rain Have Saved the Mayas? - ScienceNOW
  182. Bacteria-Killing Viruses Wield an Iron Spike - ScienceNOW
  183. BBC News - Ocean trench: Take a dive 11,000m down
  184. BBC News - Eavesdropping on the squid world
  185. Amid Winter Blooms, Wondering What That Means for Spring - NYTimes.com
  186. Genetically Engineered Bacteria Could Help Fight Climate Change - ScienceNOW
  187. BBC News - Single molecule's electric charges seen in first image

  1. For Ex-N.H.L. Linesman Dapuzzo, Recovery Doesn’t Stop When Injuries Heal - NYTimes.com
  2. BBC News - Brain find sheds light on autism
  3. Dynamic duo helps to heal irradiated mice : Nature News & Comment
  4. New Hope of a Cure for H.I.V. - NYTimes.com
  5. A Closer Look at Teeth May Mean More Fillings by Dentists - NYTimes.com
  6. Really? The Claim: Coffee Can Prevent Some Medications From Working - NYTimes.com
  7. Vitamin B12 Deficiency Can Cause Symptoms That Mimic Aging - NYTimes.com
  8. BBC News - Footballers: Too many headers 'can damage the brain'
  9. BBC News - Winter vomiting virus: British oysters contain bug
  10. Baffling Failure of Vaginal Gel Laced With Anti-HIV Drug - ScienceNOW
  11. Do MRIs Relieve Symptoms of Depression?: Scientific American
  12. Medical Mysteries: Abdominal pain has been diagnosed, but it’s not curable - The Washington Post
  13. Is a Ban on Drinking Water Hours Before Surgery Necessary? - NYTimes.com
  14. How Exercise Benefits the Brain - NYTimes.com
  15. BBC News - Scientists question if wi-fi laptops can damage sperm
  16. Can Male Circumcision Stem the AIDS Epidemic in Africa?: Scientific American
  17. Medical marijuana laws reduce traffic deaths, preliminary research suggests
  18. Nest Learning Thermostat Sets a Standard - David Pogue - NYTimes.com
  19. And now some bad news about caffeine - The Checkup - The Washington Post
  20. Depression May Slow Exercise Recovery - NYTimes.com
  21. BBC News - Protein insight into spread of vCJD to brain
  22. BBC News - Chicken liver food poisoning link
  23. BBC News - WHO issues Europe measles warning
  24. Parting Shot at ‘Waste’ By Key Obama Health Official - NYTimes.com
  25. College Players Move Concussions Issue Into the Courtroom - NYTimes.com
  26.  Gene therapy can protect against HIV : Nature News & Comment
  27. Ohio Bill Splits Anti-Abortion Forces on Legal Tactics - NYTimes.com
  28. Why Burn Doctors Hate Instant Soup : Planet Money : NPR
  29. BBC News - Vaccine developed against Eboli
  30. Ecstasy users' brains show toxic effects - Health - CBC News
  31. BBC News - Marathon training 'may pose a heart risk'
  32. BBC News - Bisphosphonates 'extend hip replacement life'
  33. American Presidents Outlive Other Men Their Age, Study Finds - NYTimes.com
  34. Stem cells that are pure enough for the clinic : Nature News & Comment
  35. New test shows promise for very early breast cancer patients - The Checkup - The Washington Post
  36. Panel Finds Few Clear Environmental Links to Breast Cancer - NYTimes.com
  37. Two Drugs Appear to Delay Progression of Breast Cancer - NYTimes.com
  38. BBC News - Bowel cancer screening 'does cut deaths'
  39. Phys Ed: A New Worry for Soccer Parents - NYTimes.com
  40. BBC News - Rare gene links vitamin D and multiple sclerosis
  41. BBC News - Abortion 'does not raise' mental health risk
  42. Hemophilia B Gene Therapy Breakthrough - NYTimes.com
  43. Stress in early pregnancy linked to premature births, more female babies - The Checkup - The Washington Post
  44. Really? The Claim: Shoveling Snow Raises the Risk of a Heart Attack - NYTimes.com
  45. Beware of Raw Cookie Dough - NYTimes.com
  46. Phys Ed: How Caffeine Can Galvanize Your Workout - NYTimes.com
  47. The Personal Price Paid for Shortages of Doxil and Other Drugs - NYTimes.com
  48. BBC News - Hairy limbs keep bed bugs at bay
  49. Marijuana Use Growing Among Teenagers - NYTimes.com
  50. BBC News - Ibuprofen at 50: The love affair with painkillers
  51. Translating Calorie Counts into Exercise Equivalents Leads to Healthier Choices | Observations, Scientific American Blog Network
  52. Louisiana Warns About Neti Pots After Fatal Brain-Eating Amoeba Infections | Healthland | TIME.com
  53. Shirataki reviewed: tasting the zero-calorie pasta noodle from Japan. - Slate Magazine
  54. Evidence Mounts Linking Acetaminophen and Asthma - NYTimes.com
  55. BBC News - Hong Kong orders chicken cull as bird flu alert raised
  56. Cigarette Additives Increase Toxicity, According to External Analysis | Observations, Scientific American Blog Network
  57. BBC News - Morning flu jabs 'work better for men'
  58. The Brain-Eating “Amoeba” Strikes Again | The Artful Amoeba, Scientific American Blog Network
  59. en, Once Again, Invest in Skin Care — Skin Deep - NYTimes.com
  60. Walmart Removes Enfamil Formula After Boy Dies - NYTimes.com
  61. BBC News - Implants: France recommends removal but UK does not
  62. Mysterious nodding syndrome spreading through Uganda - health - 23 December 2011 - New Scientist
  63. Affluent Children Are More Physically Fit Than Poor Ones - NYTimes.com
  64. New Drugs Raise Hope for Patients With M.S. - NYTimes.com
  65. No Link Is Seen Between HPV Vaccine and Girls’ Sexual Risks - NYTimes.com
  66. Beer and Martinis - Just as Effective as Wine for Longevity? - NYTimes.com
  67. Scholars Retract Another Study Linking XMRV to Chronic Fatigue Syndrome - NYTimes.com
  68. The High Cost of Failing Artificial Hips - NYTimes.com
  69. Bacteria 1, F.D.A. 0 - NYTimes.com
  70. For the Herd’s Sake, Vaccinate - NYTimes.com
  71. The Fat Trap - NYTimes.com
  72. Los Angeles to Vote on Condoms for Pornography Actors - NYTimes.com
  73. ‘Spice’ makers alter recipes to sidestep state laws banning synthetic marijuana - The Washington Post
  74. No Meat, No Dairy, No Problem - NYTimes.com
  75. BBC News - Alzheimer's: Diet 'can stop brain shrinking'
  76. China Says Man Dies From Bird Flu - NYTimes.com
  77. Barnstable County man is hospitalized and in critical condition after contracting rabies - Boston Medical News - White Coat Notes - Boston.com
  78. Hospital Treatment for Anorexia Is Questioned - NYTimes.com
  79. Really? The Claim: Listening to Music Can Relieve Pain - NYTimes.com
  80. BBC News - Detoxing in January is futile, says liver charity
  81. FDA Moves to Restrict Use of Antibiotics in Livestock - WSJ.com
  82. Phys Ed: Icing Can Make Sore Muscles Worse - NYTimes.com
  83. For Neck Pain, Chiropractic and Exercise Are Better Than Drugs - NYTimes.com
  84. Failed herpes vaccine puzzles virologists : Nature News & Comment
  85. How Yoga Can Wreck Your Body - NYTimes.com
  86. The Shame of Filling a Prescription - NYTimes.com
  87. Fussy Baby or a Sleep Disorder? - NYTimes.com
  88. Study of Medicare Patients Finds Most Hospital Errors Unreported - NYTimes.com
  89. BBC News - Hepatitis C vaccine: Oxford researchers' trial 'promising'
  90. BBC News - Brain function can start declining 'as early as age 45'Author of Discredited Vaccine-Autism Report Sues for Libel - ScienceInsider
  91. P.S.A. Test Does Not Save Lives - NYTimes.com
  92. Nicotine Replacement Doesn’t Help Smokers Quit, Study Finds - NYTimes.com
  93. Stillbirth Causes Are Tallied, but Risks Remain  Challenge - NYTimes.com
  94. Nicotine Patch Helps Against Cognitive Impairment in Study - NYTimes.com
  95. Do Pacifiers’ Affect Babies’ Teeth? - NYTimes.com
  96. Really? Can You Die of a Broken Heart? - NYTimes.com
  97. Herpes Vaccine Falls Short in Clinical Trial - NYTimes.com
  98. BBC News - Glasgow scientists say telomeres indicate life length
  99. BBC News - Routine aspirin 'may cause harm'
  100. Study: A Joint May Be Easier On Lungs Than A Cigarette : Shots - Health Blog : NPR
  101. Microsoft and U of Washington Partner on Electronic Contact Lens Research
  102. Help Available for Drivers Who Have Wartime Trauma - NYTimes.com
  103. BBC News - Mid-career surgeons 'are safest'
  104. BBC News - Breastfed babies 'are more cranky and cry more'
  105. Fraud Charges for Dipak K. Das, a University of Connecticut Researcher - NYTimes.com
  106. Newly Discovered Hormone Boosts Effects of Exercise, Could Help Fend Off Diabetes | Observations, Scientific American Blog Network
  107. Surgeons Implant Synthetic Trachea in Baltimore Man - NYTimes.com
  108. BBC News - Processed meat 'linked to pancreatic cancer'
  109. BBC News - Web addicts have brain changes, research suggests
  110. BBC News - Star Trek-style 'tricorder' invention offered $10m prize
  111. Risks - When Too Much Vitamin D Is Too Much - NYTimes.com
  112. Mental Health - Study Links Immigrating at Young Age and Higher Risk of Psychosis - NYTimes.com
  113. Wind Turbines and Health Hazards - NYTimes.com
  114. How Exercise Might Help Our Cells Help Us | Observations, Scientific American Blog Network
  115. BBC News - The pill 'does ease period pain'
  116. BBC News - La Nina 'linked' to flu pandemics
  117. Government survey finds that 5 percent of Americans suffer from a ‘serious mental illness’ - The Washington Post
  118. Chefs, Butlers and Marble Baths - Not Your Average Hospital Room - NYTimes.com
  119. A French Film Takes Issue With the Psychoanalytic Approach to Autism - NYTimes.com
  120. China Reports 2nd Bird Flu Death in Month - NYTimes.com
  121. What We Give Up for Health Care - NYTimes.com
  122. ImPACT and other concussion tests for athletes may not work. - Slate Magazine
  123. In Rating Pain, Women Are the More Sensitive Sex - NYTimes.com
  124. Dutasteride Is Seen to Curtail Cancer Left in Prostate - NYTimes.com
  125. Embryonic Stem Cell Study Shows Promise - NYTimes.com
  126. Diabetes Mystery: Why are Type 1 Cases Surging?: Scientific American
  127. BBC News - Nanoparticle trick 'boosts body's vaccine response'
  128. Depression’s Criteria May Be Changed to Include Grieving - NYTimes.com
  129. Brown Fat Burns Ordinary Fat, Study Finds - NYTimes.com
  130. Class of Chemicals Used in Manufacturing Could Damage Immune System: Scientific American
  131. Class of Chemicals Used in Manufacturing Could Damage Immune System: Scientific American
  132. Malaria hopes rise as chemists produce cheap artemisinin : Nature News & Comment
  133. An Intuitive (and Short) Explanation of Bayes' Theorem | BetterExplained
  134. Phys Ed: The Dangers of High Heels - NYTimes.com
  135. Nanomaterials’ Effects on Health and Environment Unclear, Panel Says - NYTimes.com
  136. Headed for Surgery? Hold the Protein - ScienceNOW
  137. G-spot remains elusive in scientific studies - The Checkup - The Washington Post
  138. Using Symptom Checklists to Sell Drugs - NYTimes.com
  139. The Kettlebell Workout for Back and Neck Pain - NYTimes.com
  140. BBC News - Autism: Brainwaves 'show risk from age of six months'
  141. Required Delay Between Sonogram and Abortion Creates Logistical Issues in Texas - NYTimes.com
  142. BBC News - Testicular zap 'may stop sperm'
  143. BBC News - Bacterial disguise evades vaccine
  144. Organic Meat Not Free of Drug-Resistant Bacteria - ScienceNOW
  145. Cancer drugs affect mouse genomes for generations : Nature News & Comment
  146. AIDS Prevention Inspires Ways to Simplify Circumcision - NYTimes.com
  147. Phys Ed: Exercise as Housecleaning for the Body - NYTimes.com
  148. BBC News - Contraceptive pill recalled in US
  149. BBC News - Ulcer drugs 'link to fractures'
  150. Alzheimer’s Spreads in the Brain Like a Virus, Studies Find - NYTimes.com
  151. Massage's Mystery Mechanism Unmasked - ScienceNOW
  152. HPV Vaccine Now Recommended for Boys, Hepatitis B Vaccine for Diabetes - NYTimes.com
  153. BBC News - Patients 'more likely to die' if admitted at weekends
  154. BBC News - Malaria deaths hugely underestimated - Lancet study
  155. On HealthTap, Advice for You and Points for Doctors - NYTimes.com
  156. Brain Injury Rate 7 Times Greater among U.S. Prisoners: Scientific American
  157. Diesel report’s publication delayed as industry demands to see documents first - The Washington Post
  158. Fructose Consumption Increases Visceral Fat, Study Reports - NYTimes.com
  159. Really? The Claim: Long Work Hours Can Cause Depression - NYTimes.com
  160. Giving City Streets Built-In Safety Features - NYTimes.com
  161. BBC News - Transplant jaw made by 3D printer claimed as first
  162. Mindful Eating as Way to Fight Bingeing - NYTimes.com
  163. Drinking in Assisted Living - NYTimes.com
  164. BBC News - Genetic Parkinson's disease brain cells made in lab
  165. BBC News - Gene therapy 'gave me sight back'
  166. BBC News - Men can inherit a form of heart disease from father via Y chromosome
  167. Fasting Might Boost Chemo's Cancer-Busting Properties: Scientific American
  168. Widespread Plasticizer Clouds Doping Tests of Cyclists: Scientific American
  169. Smoke and Mirrors: Driving While on Marijuana Doubles One’s Chances of a Serious Car Crash | Observations, Scientific America Blog Network
  170. Kids’ sleep needs, in historical perspective - The Checkup - The Washington Post
  171. Novelty-Seeking (Neophilia) Can Be a Predictor of Well-Being - NYTimes.com
  172. A study that oversells massage therapy : Respectful Insolence
  173. Really? The Claim: Flying Coach Raises Your Risk of Blood Clots - NYTimes.com
  174. When Chronic Illness Interrupts the Rhythms of College - NYTimes.com
  175. BBC News - Stem cells used to 'heal' heart attack scars
  176. BBC News - Bacteria used to fight sleeping sickness
  177. Study suggests skipping antibiotics for sinus infections - The Checkup - The Washington Post
  178. Air Pollution Linked to Heart and Brain Risks - NYTimes.com
  179. In Israel, a New Approach to Organ Donation - NYTimes.com
  180. BBC News - Body clock 'alters' immune system
  181. Does Tylenol Worsen Asthma For Kids? : Shots - Health Blog : NPR
  182. Aging of Eyes Is Blamed in Circadian Rhythm Disturbances - NYTimes.com
  183. Aspirin May Prevent Cervical Cancer in Women With H.I.V. - NYTimes.com
  184. Growth of Catholic Hospitals May Limit Access to Reproductive Care - NYTimes.com
  185. Extra scrutiny for ‘grandee grantees’ : Nature News & Comment
  186. Damaged Baby Brains—and a Video-Game Fix - Percolator - The Chronicle of Higher Education
  187. Really? The Claim: An Ice Bath Can Soothe Sore Muscles - NYTimes.com
  188. F.D.A. Approves Imports Amid Shortage of 2 Cancer Drugs - NYTimes.com
  189. Phys Ed: How Exercise Fuels the Brain - NYTimes.com
  190. Flawed DePuy Hip Implant Had Early F.D.A. Notice - NYTimes.com
  191. Dessert at Breakfast May Help Dieters - NYTimes.com
  192. Phys Ed: How Interval Training Can Improve Health - NYTimes.com
  193. Damaged Baby Brains—and a Video-Game Fix - Percolator - The Chronicle of Higher Education 
  194. Colonoscopy Prevents Death, a Study Affirms - NYTimes.com
  195. BBC News - Sudden cardiac death: Time of day link found in mice
  196. BBC News - Germany urged to end sex offender castration
  197. BBC News - Pancreatic cancer: Trial drug MRK003 shows promise
  198. Experts Tell the Truth about Pot: Scientific American
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