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  • Mask Up! Don't Let Down Your Guard Against COVID-19
  • Researchers receive American Cancer Society Flatiron Health Real-World Data Impact Awards
  • New 'Blood Cancer Discoveries Grant Program' supported by a novel 3-way collaboration
  • COVID-19: Study shows virus can infect heart cells in lab dish
  • Sleeping In on Weekends Won't Erase Your 'Sleep Debt'
  • FBI: Beware of Scammers Selling Fake COVID-19 Antibody Tests
  • Amid Pandemic, Too Many Americans Are Hesitating to Call 911
  • Vibrators Had a Long History as Medical Quackery Before Feminists Rebranded Them as Sex Toys
  • The U.S. Isn’t in a Second Wave of Coronavirus — The First Wave Never Ended
  • Pregnant During the Pandemic: How Does COVID-19 Affect Expecting Women and Their Babies?
  • Time trends in pregnancy-related outcomes among American women with type 1 diabetes
  • Traditional strength training vs jump training for physically inactive young adults
  • Next-generation sequencing to provide precision medicine for rare metabolic disorders
  • Contact Tracer Teams Growing Amid New Challenges
  • Oncotarget: IQGAP1 control of centrosome function defines variants of breast cancer
  • Study asks who's playing 'hard-to-get' and who's attracted by the ploy
  • Scotland could eliminate the coronavirus – if it weren't for England
  • Covid-19 news: UK deaths fall below five-year average
  • Sneaky salmonella finds a backdoor into plants
  • New Swine Flu Poses Possible Pandemic Risk
  • Pilgrim's Pride Chicken Nuggets Recalled
  • What Is Dexamethasone? About the Life-Saving Drug Repurposed for Coronavirus
  • Lockdown measures return as covid-19 cases spike in several countries
  • Next-generation sequencing to provide precision medicine for rare metabolic disorders
  • Just add sugar: How a protein's small change leads to big trouble for cells
  • MIPT bioinformaticians find way to personalize drug prescription against stomach cancer
  • Life-hack: Rituals spell anxiety relief
  • Light drinking may protect brain function
  • Malaria's secret to surviving in the blood uncovered
  • Study gauges how Kansans get information on COVID-19, which sources they trust
  • Lab-grown 'mini-brains' suggest COVID-19 virus can infect human brain cells
  • Discovery of key protein behind cancer relapse and progression can lead to new therapies
  • HKUST sets up a platform of vaccine target recommendations for COVID-19
  • Discovery of new step in how brain cells work could lead to new therapies for epilepsy
  • A vaccine targeting aged cells mitigates metabolic disorders in obese mice
  • Promising therapy for cardiac regeneration
  • Rutgers co-leads first nationwide study of COVID-19 related multiple inflammatory syndrome
  • It's a beautiful day in the neighborhood... or is it?
  • Even when women outnumber men, gender bias persists among science undergrads
  • Raw milk may do more harm than good
  • Older adults share fewer memories as they age
  • EMBL boosts national and international sharing of genomic data
  • Research collaborative releases new collection of North Carolina health care spending data
  • A revolutionary new treatment alternative to corneal transplantation
  • Studies Detail Syndrome in Kids Linked to COVID
  • New eye drops may prevent a common cause of blindness
  • Women significantly more likely to be prescribed opioids, study shows
  • USC scientists examine the impact of a very specific defect in DNA replication
  • Microbiome confers resistance to cholera
  • Hispanic Americans Being Hit Hard By COVID-19