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SCIENCE & THE PUBLIC BLOG
Smoke-exposed kids are more likely to have neuro-behavioral disorders. See "Young minds at risk from secondhand smoke."

BODY & BRAIN
At-risk newborns may avoid death and disability by cooling off. See "News in Brief: Body & Brain."

Active neurons trigger changes that speed up signaling. Read "How exercise benefits nerve cells."

ATOM & COSMOS
The Milky Way may be in a midlife crisis. Read this story and others in "News in Brief: Atom & Cosmos."

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