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30 Oct 2014
Vol. 346 #6209
The coming salamander plague
Already harming a European species, an Asian fungus could wreak havoc in North America.
An easy consciousness test?
EEG studies detect awareness in locked-in people.
Modern symbionts inside cells mimic organelle evolution
Long-term partnerships can result in extremes in genome reduction or expansion.
The Ebola vaccine underdog
NewLink Genetics says it might have enough doses ready by spring to vaccinate most people at risk.
Friends, not foes, boost warriors' success
New analysis of Yanomamö data suggests that alliances among in-laws raise fighters' fitness.
Low oxygen stifled animals' emergence, study says
Rocks shed light on a billion years of stalled evolution.
Stepping on the gas
What would it take to put you behind the wheel of a methane-powered vehicle? Researchers are determined to find out.
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Two Shots for Kids, One for Preggers: U.S. Clarifies Swine Flu Vaccine Doses, Addresses Vaccine Safety Fears
9 Oct 2009
CDC: Get Your Swine Flu Shots
28 Apr 2009
Is Current Flu Vaccine Truly Impotent Against Swine Flu?
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