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1 Old treatment could save new lives
2 How Hep C bypasses cell defences
3 Onions 'cut heart disease risk'
4 Young US voters may get scoop in 2008
5 The past and future of the Mac
6 Digital magnetic map goes global
7 Lab creates 'long-distance mouse'
8 King Tut's face unveiled to world
9 Comet releases dust clouds, making it visible again
10 Astronauts revel in wing repair success
11 NASA Data Helps Avoid Red Wine Headaches
12 Egypt Unveils King Tut's Mummy To Public
13 Dad: Runner Who Died Had Enlarged Heart
14 100 Car Pileup Kills 2 In California
15 Change Your Clocks, Then Be Careful
16 Building A Better Solar-Powered Home
17 Antioxidants May Fight Fat
18 Coffee To Fight Skin Cancer?
19 Is Multitasking Driving You Mad?
20 NASA hails solar array repair as complete success
21 Repaired array tensioned and cleared for sun tracking
22 Astronauts pull off risky repair for station
23 Space Station Is Repaired in Spacewalk
24 Stitches save solar array
25 Apps Already Coming for Google's New OpenSocial
26 Google to Announce Mobile Platform on Monday
27 Stanford, CMU robots cross the finish line
28 New Apple Trojan Means Mac Hunting Season Is Open
29 Mac Attack Targets Porn Surfers
30 Most Consumers Clueless About Online Tracking
31 Which Advertiser Is on Your Friend List?
32 Online privacy policies need work, advocates say
33 WHOIS Remains--For Now
34 Apple Quietly Upgrades MacBook Chip Sets
35 Apple Boosts Speed Of MacBooks With Intel's 'Santa Rosa'
36 MacBook Pro update improves graphics stability
37 Leopard looks great. But what if you can't see?
38 Lilly clot drug works, but more bleeding seen
39 Staph on the March
40 Excess Body Fat Causes Cancer
41 A Primer on Medicare Part D
42 Medicare Part D Modest in Its Aid
43 Report Gives Hope To Fla. Man's Cancer Killing Machine
44 Cancer Victim Invents Possible Chemo Alternative
45 Cancer Patient Invents Possible Targeted Cure Of Cancer
46 Cancer Victim Creat[e]s New Treatment
47 Radio engineer invents cancer-fighting machine
48 Nanotubes seen as new weapon in cancer fight
49 Drug for advanced breast cancer promising
50 Study Finds Promising Drug in Breast Cancer Treatment
51 Drug stops migration of cancer to bones
52 OSU breast cancer drug shows success
53 Scientist: Drug May Help Women With Migraines
54 New treatment for migraines and rewiring the brain
55 Migraine Treatment Showing Promise
56 Alzheimer's Drug Benefits Migraine Sufferers
57 Divers find new species in Aleutians
58 Scientists discover novel way to remove iron from ferritin
59 Genome study charts genetic landscape of lung cancer
60 Tumor genome analysis unveils new insights into lung cancer
61 Manchester researchers identify gene behind rheumatoid arthritis
62 Study identifies novel gene alterations in lung cancer
63 Asymptomatic peripheral artery disease prevalence is rising
64 Training and experience can affect brain organization, research shows
65 Older adults not more distractible, research shows
66 Epilepsy genes may cancel each other
67 Study shows energy drink 'cocktails' lead to increased injury risk
68 RACE: a statewide model of better, faster heart attack care
69 Cold sores, Alzheimer's link
70 Marx influenced by skin disease
71 Diet, lifestyle harm fertility
72 Tattoos, piercing risky for heart patients
73 Mystery disease kills 5
74 LiveScience Quiz: Global Weather Extremes
75 Face of King Tut Unshrouded to Public
76 Peace Lures Wildlife Back to South Sudan
77 Study Ties Time Shift, Pedestrian Deaths
78 Behind the Scenes: Life at Sea: An Oceanographer's Adventure
79 LiveScience Image Gallery: Rich Life Under the Sea
80 Part of Ancient Wall in Rome Collapses
81 U.S. Navy Battles Pirates
82 Plastic-collecting worms return pollutants to sender
83 Bush administration's nuclear plan criticised
84 Meteorites fail to make a splash at auction
85 Ancient sea mud records supernova blast
86 Researchers Examine Closest Living Relative To Primates
87 Scientists Find "Risk Distribution Law" for Evolution
88 Scientists Discover Novel Way to Remove Iron from Ferritin
89 Heavier Hydrogen on the Atomic Scale Reduces Friction
90 Training and Experience Can Affect Brain Organization
91 Mayors, Looking to Cities' Future, Are Told It Must Be Colored Green
92 Texas Proceeding With Plan to Auction Preserve
93 Maker of Lipitor Digs In to Fight Generic Rival
94 A Sanitation Crisis That's No Joke
95 Drug Shows Promise of Reducing Heart Attacks, Report Says
96 Training Through Pregnancy to Be Marathon's Fastest Mom
97 A Range of Disorders Tamed by the Beat
98 Epilepsy genes may cancel each other
99 Genome study charts genetic landscape of lung cancer
100 US military spurs robot car creations with big money race
101 Astronauts Revel in Wing Repair Success
102 Study Ties Time Shift, Pedestrian Deaths
103 World's Coal Dependency Hits Environment
104 Beijing to raise emission standards for Olympics
105 Warm water, winds affect Lake Superior
106 Scientists Test Unmanned Plane in Storm
107 Glitch Mismatches Photos, News on Google
108 US spammer gets two years in jail
109 Wikipedia wins landmark privacy lawsuit in France
110 PCs Being Pushed Aside in Japan
111 Warner Stays Out of Online Store Deal
112 Egypt Puts King Tut on Public Display
113 Britain working on new atlas of birds
114 Researchers identify gene behind rheumatoid arthritis
115 Study shows energy drink 'cocktails' lead to increased injury risk
116 Study: New Heart Pill Beats Plavix
117 British student's autopsy yields 'interesting' clues: expert
118 Training and experience can affect brain organization, research shows
119 Older adults not more distractible, research shows
120 New Brain Marker Shows Promise For Predicting Future Alzheimer's Disease
121 Burrowing Mammals Dig For A Living, But How Do They Do That?
122 Microbes Plus Sugars Equals Hydrogen Fuel?
123 Revolutionary Laser Technique Destroys Viruses And Bacteria Without Damaging Human Cells
124 Fossil Record Reveals Elusive Jellyfish More Than 500 Million Years Old
125 Drug Found Effective In Treating, Preventing Breast Cancer
126 Sound Training Rewires Dyslexic Children's Brains For Reading
127 How One Virus Uses Mimicry To Replicate Successfully: Related Mechanisms May Trigger Some Cancers
128 Alarming Rate Of Drinking And Driving Among Rural Middle Schoolers Found
129 Intriguing Approach To Developing Treatments For Chagas Disease Found
130 Hanging Around With Lemurs, The Planet's Most Primitive Primates
131 Tangled Web Of The Insect, Plant And Parasite Arms Race
132 Gamma Interferon Could Aid Fight Against Fungal Infections
133 Odd Protein Interaction Guides Development Of Olfactory System
134 Elevated Nitric Oxide In Blood Is Key To High Altitude Function For Tibetans
135 Outside View: Rocket revolutions--Part 1
136 Analysis: Israel ups airline defenses
137 King Tut Shows His Face to the World
138 California Needs High Speed Rail
139 This Cat Has Fleas! Leopard Early Adopters Encounter Bugs Aplenty
140 Sprint Customers Continue to Flee as Net Income Plunges 77 Percent
141 The Best: Obsolete Technologies, From the Sundial to the Laser Disc
142 $100 Oil Will Fuel New Technology
143 Oink to Fill Membership Orders; Feeding Frenzy Underway
144 Giant Robots Image, Slice and Kill Cancer Tumors
145 Egypt puts King Tut on public display
146 Peace lures wildlife back to south Sudan
147 China dam plan threatens world's oldest irrigation system
148 Autism epidemic may be all in the label
149 Study: New heart pill may rival Plavix
150 World's coal dependency hits environment
151 U.S. rejects Glaxo's gepirone ER antidepressant
152 Sweep of lung cancer genome reveals new gene
153 Scientists map gene flaws linked to lung cancer
154 Urinary Tract Infection May Raise Birth Defect Risk
155 Improvements saving 89,000 Afghan children a year: president
156 Faster heart care: How one state did it