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Happy new year! Count down to our #1 story of 2018

Happy new year and thanks for reading! To close out 2018, here are the 10 most popular posts we published in 2018.

Happy new year and thanks for reading! To close out 2018, here are the 10 most popular stories we published in 2018.

10. TO BETTER ENJOY YOUR JOB, COMPLAIN MORE?

The team that gripes together, sticks together.

9. 3-YEAR-OLD GIRL HAS ALL-NEW GENETIC SYNDROME

“It’s likely that other cases will be discovered now.”

8. NEW A.I. APPLICATION CAN WRITE ITS OWN CODE

“The days when a programmer could write code from scratch are long gone.”

7. WEIRD BLUE ASTEROID IS EVEN STRANGER THAN WE THOUGHT

“…it’s hard to say whether Phaethon is more like an asteroid or more like a dead comet.”

6. ONCE YOU LACK FOLATE, THE DAMAGE CAN’T BE FIXED

Focusing on this vitamin isn’t just for pregnant women.

5. COMMON DRUG DOESN’T EASE CHRONIC PAIN AFTER INJURY

An “off label” treatment for chronic nerve injury syndromes lacks effectiveness.

4. DO IMAGES OF HOLES FREAK YOU OUT? HERE’S WHY

Test your reaction to seemingly innocuous images.

3. BLOOD PRESSURE APP RIVALS ARM CUFF’S ACCURACY

This video shows how it works.

2. PEOPLE WITH DEPRESSION HAVE LOW BLOOD LEVELS OF THIS

“We’ve identified an important new biomarker of major depression disorder.”

1. WHY YOU SHOULDN’T HELP YOUR COWORKERS UNLESS THEY ASK

“Being proactive can have toxic effects, especially on the helper.”

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