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1 Excerpt: "You: Staying Young"
2 GE says CT scan has clearer images, cuts radiation
3 Older white women join Kenya's sex tourists
4 Bringing Good Medicine to Bad Places
5 Cyber Monday: Myth and Reality
6 China Shows First Image From Lunar Probe
7 Worm poo shows there's brass in muck
8 Aust election leaves US in Kyoto wilderness
9 Flashing spiders lure prey at night
10 Aids experts call for more tests
11 Brain scans 'may detect OCD risk'
12 Lessons for the hi-tech future
13 Proving Turing's simple computer
14 Hi-tech helps pay penalty charge
15 UK net numbering project starts
16 UK 'slow' on ultra-fast internet
17 Smoking increases 'baldness risk'
18 The rock star and the quantum mechanic
19 Lifespan link to depression drug
20 'Super' scanner shows key detail
21 Radiation risk: Doctors concerned about the exploding use of CT scanners
22 Can the insoles inside of shoes help prevent or stop back pain?
23 Hi-Tech Heist
24 For North, 2007 Is Hottest In 127 Years
25 FDA: Arthritis Drug Study Can Resume
26 Mental Health Hot Lines Help Farmers
27 Study: Kids Will Eat Healthy School Food
28 Awakenings: Return To Life
29 Spacewalkers find damage in solar array rotary joint
30 ABC News reaching out to Facebook users? Good luck, guys
31 ABC, Facebook announce partnership
32 First Moon Picture Back from China's Chang'e Probe
33 China publishes first moon picture
34 China waxes lyrical over moon mission pictures
35 China Shares First Photos From Lunar Probe With The World
36 Fuzzy picture for Apple TV
37 Editorial: Apple vs. IBM
38 May the iPhone be with you
39 iPhone, iPod marketing boss talks Apple
40 LG Puts The Shine On AT&T Multimedia Phone
41 New QuickTime Bug Exposes XP, Vista to Attack
42 Symantec: QuickTime Flaw Poses Security Threat
43 OLPC Extends 'Give One, Get One' Program
44 OLPC Extends 'Give One Get One' Until Year's End
45 G1G1 Program Gives Hope Throughout Christmas Season
46 MBTA testing system that alerts commuters of delays
47 T to test real-time alert system
48 T wireless program to give riders delay updates
49 New MBTA Alerts To Advise Commuters
50 New MBTA program to provide alerts to commuters
51 Apple, Burst.com patch up patent infringement suit
52 $10M Says Apple Can Use Burst Patents
53 Take Advantage Of Cyber Monday
54 3D Virtual Malls, a Throwback to 1998?
55 Sick of Black Friday? Try Cyber Monday?
56 Piper Jaffray: Apple Stores work "gravitational pull" on passers-by
57 Piper: Apple Stores showing 'pull' from PC?
58 Apple stores having 'gravitational pull' on mall shoppers--report
59 Piper Jaffray Said "Gravitational Pull" Of Apple Stores Highlights Future Shift Away from PCs to Apple
60 Early Tests Say SP3 Speeds Windows XP
61 German iPhones Unlockable via iTunes at 600 Euro Premium
62 Apple Solves iPhone Unlocking Problem, Cashes In
63 German iPhones Unlocked via iTunes
64 German iPhones Unlocked by iTunes
65 Hollywood Heavyweights Slam Chinese Firms With Piracy Suit
66 US Studios Sue Chinese Site For Piracy
67 FDA panel to review Tamiflu's effect on brain
68 FDA Warns of Strange Behavior Associated with Flu Medications
69 Study: MRI Shows Obsessive Compulsive Disorder May Be Genetic
70 You're Eating That?
71 What's Next--Food: Salt Could Soon Be on the Fed's Hit List
72 Salt in FDA regulatory bulls-eye
73 FDA Salt Hearings Soon to Begin
74 Senators Do Not Face High Health Care Costs, Concerns of Uninsured
75 State public health officials wary of landmark bill to cover uninsured
76 Seventeen Latent Cases of TB Reported in Pueblo
77 TB cases connected to student
78 Drinking and Smoking Together Damage the Heart
79 MIT: Prenatal arsenic exposure could raise cancer risk
80 Prenatal Arsenic Exposure May Cause Cancer Later
81 Fetal Exposure to Arsenic Linked To Cancer
82 Moms! keep from arsenics
83 Beijing Health Bureau Orders Hotels To Provide Condoms in Guest Rooms by End of 2008
84 Row over 'tree man' virus samples
85 Indonesia refuses again to share bird flu samples
86 Next-best thing to doctor's office?
87 A vitamin B12 derivative could potentially be used to treat hypertension and heart disease
88 Bear hunting altered genetics more than Ice Age isolation
89 Dunes, climate models don't match up with paleomagnetic records
90 Scientists melt million-year-old ice in search of ancient microbes
91 Nanotech's health, environment impacts worry scientists
92 Brain pattern associated with genetic risk of obsessive compulsive disorder
93 Planting carbon deep in the earth--rather than the greenhouse
94 Omega-3 fatty acids protect against Parkinson's, study says
95 Environmental researchers propose radical 'human-centric' map of the world
96 University of Toronto scientists map entire yeast genome
97 Environmental exodus
98 Ozone can affect heavier people more
99 Cardiff University engineers give industry a moth's eye view
100 Older filters, fresher water
101 Researchers produce high performance field-effect transistors with thin films of Carbon 60
102 New T-ray source could improve airport security, cancer detection
103 Argonne's nuclear energy research moves toward greater reliance on computer simulation
104 Living Donors May be Best Source of Insulin-producing Islets for Diabetes Treatment
105 Penn research shows transcranial magnetic stimulation effective in treating major depression
106 Drinking Away Anxiety--A New Program Finds Safer Ways for College Students to Cope
107 Facial expressions have greater impact on kids with bipolar disorder
108 Cleveland Clinic leading clinical program to improve early-stage lung cancer detection
109 New research review shows that your family doctor may be the key to quitting smoking
110 Attitudes toward mammography differ across ethnicities, cultures, backgrounds
111 Injury report shows all-terrain vehicles not child's play
112 City-dwelling women at greater risk for breast cancer
113 Secondhand smoke damages lungs, MRIs show
114 'Mismatched' prostate cancer treatment more common than expected
115 Many prostate cancer patients receive improper or 'mismatched' therapies
116 NZ men pressured into sex
117 Brain protein boosts memory
118 More Europeans use cocaine
119 Obese teens = depressed adults
120 Pot smoking and pain
121 No deal on bird flu virus
122 China cleans up its toy mess
123 Fake Photos Alter Real Memories
124 Whatever Happened to Biodiesel?
125 In the Dark, Plants Prepare for Light
126 Napoleon's Soldiers Reburied in Belarus
127 Were 'healthy' GM maize trials suppressed?
128 Cheap sensors could capture your every move
129 Invention: Living bioterror detector [et al.]
130 Indonesia fights for rights to bird flu samples
131 Were 'cursed' rams the first biological weapons?
132 Better Treatments for Disrupted Circadian Rhythm
133 Scientists Map Entire Yeast Genome
134 Scientists Melt Million-Year-Old Ice in Search of Ancient Microbes
135 Computer Science Team Wins International Storage Challenge
136 High-Performance Transistors Produced from Carbon 60
137 Scientists Map Entire Yeast Genome
138 Nuclear Energy Research Moves Toward Greater Reliance on Computer Simulation
139 Ions in the Fire
140 New T-ray Source Could Improve Airport Security, Cancer Detection
141 Weed Science Predators Consume Weed Species from Surface, Buried Seeds
142 Handedness Findings Point to Biological Cause for Sexual Orientation
143 Misgivings Rise Along With Antarctican Tourism
144 British Firms Urge Action on Climate
145 In the Netherlands, Eat, Drink and Be Monitored
146 Nanotech's health, environment impacts worry scientists
147 Software Piracy Fight Makes Enemies
148 Offshore Gambling 'Pioneer' Details Fall
149 Nanoswitches Toggled by Light
150 China PM hails lunar probe's first moon photo
151 Scientists melt million-year-old ice in search of ancient microbes
152 Dioxin Spot in Mich. Could Be Worst Ever
153 The Asus Eee Laptop Series Selling Off the Shelves World Wide
154 Quantum physics 'rules'--Australian scientists create world's most accurate 'ruler'
155 Researchers produce high performance field-effect transistors with thin films of Carbon 60
156 Dunes, climate models don't match up with paleomagnetic records
157 Nanodevices could use quantized current to operate future electronics
158 Single-cell sensitive biological sensor works in liquid
159 Major advances made in predicting crystal structures
160 New T-ray source could improve airport security, cancer detection
161 Studies of ancient supercontinent don't match up
162 Watch Out for Flying Moondust
163 Environmental researchers propose radical 'human-centric' map of the world
164 Accuracy of past hurricane counts good
165 Environmental exodus
166 Planting carbon deep in the earth--rather than the greenhouse
167 Older filters, fresher water
168 Environmental monitoring goes high-tech in Switzerland
169 Natural disasters have quadrupled in two decades: study
170 Double antennas deliver double the signal
171 Smarter energy storage for solar and wind power
172 Classmates.com plans US stock market debut
173 Wearing technology on your sleeve
174 Two Bobs in wireless world
175 Engineers give industry a moth's eye view
176 Online Holiday Shopping Season Kicks Off
177 Digital preservation: Alliance set to tackle science's new frontier
178 Argonne's nuclear energy research moves toward greater reliance on computer simulation
179 UCLA mathematician works to make virtual surgery a reality
180 Early Catholic leaders failed Aborigines
181 Warning signals for drivers who like to listen to music
182 Bound to identify intruders
183 University of Toronto scientists map entire yeast genome
184 Repeating genes
185 Bear hunting altered genetics more than Ice Age isolation
186 Japan launch 'prince fish' catch-and-eat drive
187 Mexico Funds Will Protect Butterflies
188 Researcher finds materialism in children and adolescents linked to self-esteem
189 Too Little Milk, Exercise Hurting Kids
190 Burning out? Try logging off
191 Doctors and patients poorly informed about herpes
192 Secondhand smoke damages lungs, MRIs show
193 Omega-3 fatty acids protect against Parkinson's, study says
194 Self-sabotage: New research sheds light on why some people can't handle success
195 Brain pattern associated with genetic risk of obsessive compulsive disorder
196 City-dwelling women at greater risk for breast cancer
197 New method of drug delivery more effective at reaching brain tumors
198 Injury report shows all-terrain vehicles not child's play
199 Ozone key to link between heat and increased cardiovascular death risk
200 Facial expressions have greater impact on kids with bipolar disorder
201 17 infected with TB before student's death
202 A vitamin B12 derivative could potentially be used to treat hypertension and heart disease
203 Ozone can affect heavier people more
204 Drinking away anxiety--a new program finds safer ways for college students to cope
205 Mandating Insurance Tricky in California
206 Environmental toxins limit daughters' fertility, study suggests
207 Dust mite levels in Sydney are seasonal
208 Hundreds of strokes avoidable, says study
209 Non-Caucasians at higher risk for severe metastatic breast cancer pain
210 'Mismatched' prostate cancer treatment more common than expected
211 Researchers End Debate Over Fractal Analysis Of Authentication Of Pollock's Art
212 Parasitic Tropical Diseases In The Americas--A Legacy Of Slavery--Can Be Eliminated
213 Non-drug Treatment Effective For Major Depression, Study Suggests
214 Simple Retro Toys May Be Better For Children Than Fancy Electronic Toys
215 Grisly Court Evidence Makes Juries More Likely To Convict
216 Storing Carbon Dioxide Deep In Earth May Be Safe Solution To Global Warming
217 City-dwelling Women At Greater Risk For Breast Cancer
218 Flip-flopping Gene Expression Can Be Advantageous
219 Vitamin B12 Derivative Could Potentially Be Used To Treat Hypertension And Heart Disease
220 Unraveling the Silky Spider Web
221 Watching Galaxies Grow Old Gracefully
222 Scientists Unravel Plants' Natural Defenses
223 Neutron Scatter Camera Detects Shielded Radiation To Find Smuggled Nuclear Material
224 Petrified Velvet Worms From 425 Million Years Ago Reveal True Ecology Of Distant Past
225 Geometry is all
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