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Grand Roundup: Top posts for the week of June 24

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

Stanford experts respond to Supreme Court's decision on health law: Stanford faculty offer their thoughts on the U.S. Supreme Court's decision to mostly uphold the Affordable Care Act.

Researchers create rewritable digital storage in DNA: Scientists at Stanford invent a method to store, erase and code digital data in the DNA of living cells by using enzymes from bacteria to flip sequences of DNA one direction, then another.

Can yoga help women suffering from fibromyalgia?: A study published in the Journal of Pain Research shows that practicing yoga boosts levels of the stress hormone cortisol and could help ease some symptoms of fibromyalgia such as pain, fatigue, muscle stiffness and depression.

Science, it's a...bimbo thing?: Commentary on the video released as part of the European Commission's campaign "Science, It's a Girl Thing," which aims to attract girls and women to science.

Supreme Court mostly upholds Affordable Care Act: On Thursday the U.S. Supreme Court decided to mostly uphold the Affordable Care Act.

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