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Grand Roundup: Top posts for the week of May 2

The five most-read posts on Scope this week were:

Boston water emergency: How a hospital operates without water: Massachusetts General Hospital is forced to operate without tap water or ice and only a limited amount of bottled water after two major pipe ruptures left much of Boston without potable water.

What we know about the meaning of dreams: Stanford sleep researcher William Dement, MD, discusses what we know about dreams and their meaning.

The best and worst places in the world to be a mom: Save the Children releases its annual list of the best and worst places for mothers.

Two robust fragile X syndrome findings intersect: Stanford researchers using advanced, noninvasive imaging techniques show how the brains of very young boys with fragile X syndrome differ from those of young boys without it, providing critical information for the development of treatments for the condition.

Pokemon-style game created to teach medical students about infection: Two physicians, who founded a gaming company that hopes to harness geek culture for medical education, have created a Pokemon-style game that teaches medical students about infectious diseases.

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