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    A new battery to store solar power includes "some of the cheapest and most abundant materials you can find on Earth," including urea.

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    "A change in the chemical balance in blue crab urine tells mud crabs that blue crabs just ate their cousins."

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    Urinary catheters help empty the bladder, but can also be painful, lead to UTIs, and cause other issues. Here's what patients report.

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    The acidity of urine—as well as the presence of small molecules related to diet—may influence how well bacteria can grow in the urinary tract.

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    It's not always easy to know if a blast has caused a brain injury. A simple urine test could detect trauma and let doctors know when treatment is needed.

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    Two chemical scents in the urine of female mice drive males wild. When scientists removed the chemicals from the pee, males lost interest in mating.

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    Binturongs use their pee to mark their turf and find a mate. While that might not seem so weird, the scent is: It smells like freshly buttered popcorn.

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    The urinary dipstick seems simple enough, but the tests can be costly and time-consuming. Engineers have created a take-home system that uses a smartphone.

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    When fewer large-bodied and predator fish pee in the water, coral reefs in the Caribbean go without half the key nutrients they need.

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    Many women over 45 suffer from urinary incontinence. A new study compares two treatments: nerve stimulation and Botox injections.

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    A new battery to store solar power includes "some of the cheapest and most abundant materials you can find on Earth," including urea.

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    "A change in the chemical balance in blue crab urine tells mud crabs that blue crabs just ate their cousins."

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