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Future cities must prioritize mental health of young people

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A new paper recognizes a demographic’s shift to urban life, and amplifies adolescents’ guidance to city planners.

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Birth coincides with rapid changes in gene activities

Time-lapse gene transcript profiling at the single-cell level during mouse prenatal development reveals this and other transformations.

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Machine learning promises to speed metabolism research

The method reduces differences, often seen between data from different sample sets, that have long hindered progress in the field.

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Could a blood pressure cuff help cardiac arrest survivors?

A small feasibility study shows that the device might have a role in the care of people whose heart suddenly stops beating.

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New biomarker could inform care for Merkel cell carcinoma

Research helps explain why some patients respond to immune checkpoint inhibitors, which have improved survival in clinical trials.

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Promising drug-development systems get new U.S. funding

Scientists hope mini kidney structures will earn FDA approval and reduce reliance on animals in testing of new drug candidates.

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