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1 Can DNA Tests Help Find True Love?
2 World's Oldest Mom Says She Is 'Seriously Ill'
3 FDA Advisers Say No to Merck Drug Bid
4 Backing Off Chemo for Breast Cancer
5 Wearable Kidney Device May Free Dialysis Patients
6 Utah company takes crack at problem of tracking kids, pets, equipment with 'poor man's LoJack'
7 Oil From Space
8 Study: Sea Lice Killing Off Wild Salmon
9 'Tranquility Base Here, the Altair has Landed'
10 Australian tuna tossing competition to use fake fish in bid to go green
11 Spacewalkers to inspect station for meteoroid strike
12 Acid seas may kill coral reefs in 50 years
13 Semen protein ushers HIV into cells
14 Southern Australia has its hottest year
15 Climate talks 'on brink' of deal
16 Ice boat details ozone collapse
17 Lebanon's rubbish mountain
18 Shark 'kills swimming kangaroo'
19 Foot-and-mouth 'wasn't contained'
20 Extinction threat to wild salmon
21 Climate talks 'on brink' of deal
22 New case of bluetongue confirmed
23 Mass deaths of rare croc in India
24 Test to spot early breast cancer
25 Call for rethink in obesity fight
26 Doctors urge folic acid progress
27 Nurse meets kidney swap recipient
28 Stronger drinks put many at risk
29 New test may reduce use of chemotherapy
30 Attack plan
31 Stem cells yield hope in muscular dystrophy
32 A lesson in courage
33 Senate Passes Scaled Back Energy Bill
34 Taking Perfect Holiday Photos
35 Divers Locate Captain Kidd's Sunken Ship
36 Viral Videos Spread Holiday Cheer
37 Watch Out For Your Personal Info Online
38 Poor Countries Demand Green Technology
39 Pulling All-Nighters May Drag Grades Down
40 Study: Sea Lice Killing Off Wild Salmon
41 7 States Sign Colorado River Pact
42 Examining Death Rates Across America
43 Study: Not All Breast Cancers Need Chemo
44 Minnesota Bans Adding Mercury To Cosmetics
45 Letting Microbes Do the Dirty Work--Not to Mention Boost Energy, Reduce Greenhouse Gas Emissions
46 Sharp Sues Samsung Over LCD Patents
47 Samsung Thrives Amid L.C.D. Shortages
48 Office 2007 SP1 Auto-Installs Confuse Vista, XP Users
49 Confusing, For Sure
50 PlaysForSure Name Is Retired by Microsoft
51 Microsoft Skuttles the PlaysForSure Logo
52 RIP: PlaysForSure 2004-2007
53 Google-DoubleClick deal hit by deleted Web page controversy
54 Fish farms kill off wild salmon
55 Wild Pink Salmon May Be Wiped Out by Fish Farm Pest, Study Says
56 Fish Farm Parasites Threaten Wild Salmon
57 Lice in Fish Farms Endanger Wild Salmon, Study Says
58 Carbon cuts a must to halt warming-US scientists
59 Google launches it's own Wikipedia--with a twist
60 Google Develops Wikipedia Rival
61 Microsoft strikes back at Opera antitrust claims
62 Opera Seeks Tougher Remedy in Microsoft Case
63 Word-of-the-Year Ritual Pauses for Puzzlement
64 Got a YouTube Smash Hit? Apply For Your Chance to Cash In
65 Enter GoogleBerry: Google Calendar now syncs with BlackBerry
66 Google Keeps What Ask.com Erases
67 FDA Panel Rejects Merck Statin Mevacor for OTC Status
68 Panel rejects Merck over-the-counter statin bid
69 FDA Panel Rejects OTC Cholesterol Drug
70 High-Dose Chemo Doesn't Help Breast Cancer
71 Test may spare many women chemotherapy
72 Test Spots Women Who Can Skip Chemo
73 Officials: Staph an epidemic
74 Same genetic machinery generates skin color evolution in fish and humans
75 Losses of long-established genes contribute to human evolution
76 New clinical data shows chromium picolinate improves cognitive function
77 Sperm's immune-protection properties could provide link to how cancers spread
78 Wild chimpanzees appear not to regularly experience menopause
79 Early treatment stops epilepsy in its tracks
80 Penn researchers shine the light of venus to learn how the herpes virus invades cells
81 University of Pennsylvania researchers zero in on the tiniest members in the war on cancer
82 Breathless babies: Preemies' lung function shows prolonged impairment
83 Men unaware of their cancer risk when female relatives test positive for BRCA mutation
84 Bodily breakdown explained: How cell differentiation patterns suppress somatic evolution
85 Identification of new genes shows a complex path to cell death
86 As waters clear, scientists seek to end a muddy debate
87 Reversible data transfers from light to sound
88 Gliese 581: one planet might indeed be habitable
89 Another 'smart' cancer drug can have toxic effects on the heart
90 Return To Europa: A Closer Look Is Possible
91 Breakthrough Technology Observes Synapse in Real Time, Supporting Theory of Vesicular Recycling
92 Semen ingredient 'drastically' enhances HIV infection
93 Green tea may protect brain cells against Parkinson's disease
94 Heavy traffic makes breathing a burden in children
95 Retirees spending freely
96 Workplace opportunities and stresses are both increasing
97 Herceptin Helps Women With Multiple Chromosomes Containing HER2 Gene, Study Finds
98 The dirty work of health care information technology
99 Collaboration yields 'the right glasses' for observing mystery behavior in electrons
100 Experiments reveal unexpected activity of fuel cell catalysts
101 Stunning survey unveils new secrets of Caistor Roman town
102 Semen fibres key to HIV?
103 Spine evolved in mom's favour
104 Neck jab fights migraine
105 More fat, less fertile
106 Switch for body clock found
107 TB treatment pays off
108 TV may up BP in obese children
109 Two babies switched at birth
110 Meet the Mickey Mouse of Mongolia
111 Mysterious Mud Waves Found on Arctic Seafloor
112 Ancient Fungus Lassoed Tiny Worms
113 What Is a Mirage?
114 Ancient Egyptian Industrial Complex Revealed
115 Highway Habitats: Where Rodents Thrive
116 The Modern Fight Against an Ancient Killing Machine
117 Smart Drink Coasters Form Pub Network
118 Report Finds 'Widespread Steroid Use in Baseball'
119 Increasing Acid Could Kill Most Coral by 2050
120 Traffic Pollution Hurts Asthmatic Kids' Lungs
121 11 Hottest Years Occurred in Past 13
122 Menopause May Be Unique to Humans
123 Researchers Find Great Granddaddy of All Blood Cells
124 Winner of the Worst Warning Labels of 2007 Announced
125 Storing light with sound
126 Lice threaten Canada's salmon
127 Worm-eating fungus trapped in amber
128 Gerbils can distinguish 'me' from 'you'
129 Semen boosts HIV transmission
130 Cellphone takes the confusion out of foreign menus
131 Semen chemical promotes HIV infection
132 Sea lice may be driving wild salmon to extinction
133 NASA spacecraft to study Moon's lumpy interior
134 Menopause sets humans apart from chimps
135 'Snakebot' navigates its way round slippery problem
136 Laser scanner gives 3D view inside tumours
137 Antarctic sub to test waters for Jupiter moon mission
138 Molecular "Trip Switch" Shuts Down Inflammatory Response
139 As Waters Clear, Scientists Seek to End a Muddy Debate
140 Fish Farms Drive Wild Salmon Populations Toward Extinction
141 Deep Impact Spacecraft Heads for Comet Hartley 2
142 Research Finds Rodents Thrive Near Highways
143 The "Season" Has Prof. Seeing Red (Planet)
144 Does Flex Time Lead to Better Health?
145 Wrinkle Cream Not Working? Give Me Two More Jars
146 Agency Approves Drug to Treat Genetic Disorder That Can Lead to Retardation
147 Campaign on Childhood Mental Illness Succeeds at Being Provocative
148 Space Station Plans an Inspection Spacewalk
149 Carbon Dioxide Threatens Reefs, Report Says
150 Crystal-to-metal: transformation on the nanoscale
151 NASA sends spacecraft on mission to comet Hartley 2
152 Space telescope unveils hidden cosmic giant
153 Moss genome shows how plants invaded the land and learned to survive heat and drought
154 Collaboration yields 'the right glasses' for observing mystery behavior in electrons
155 Coral Reefs Unlikely to Survive in Acid Oceans
156 Moss is a super model for feeding the hungry
157 Sshhh, it's listening: totally new computer interfaces
158 Experiments reveal unexpected activity of fuel cell catalysts
159 Researchers shine the light of venus to learn how the herpes virus invades cells
160 Researchers discover second light-sensing system in human eye
161 Utah Firm Wants to Go Where GPS Doesn't
162 Reversible data transfers from light to sound
163 Chinese Company Takes Google to Court
164 Losses of long-established genes contribute to human evolution
165 Return to Europa: A closer look is possible
166 Ancient Egyptian glassmaking recreated
167 Breakthrough technology observes synapse in real time, supporting theory of vesicular recycling
168 IBM Alliances Announce Advancement in High-K/Metal Gate Technology
169 Quantum Communication Over Flawed Networks may be Possible
170 Light Source Lasts 12 Years--No Electricity Needed
171 Netherlands Adopts Open-Source Software
172 J.K. Rowling Fairy Tales Sell for $4M
173 Technology Start-Ups Get Tips on Starting Out
174 Innovations in Robotics and Automation: Focus IEEE & UC Berkeley
175 Panasonic Develops a Gallium Nitride (GaN) Power Transistor with Ultra High Breakdown Voltage over 10,000V
176 'Newspaper' phone launched in Sweden
177 Sony unveils hand-powered digital camera
178 Ship with toxic load sinking on China's Yangtze river: official media
179 NASA Sends Spacecraft on Mission to Comet Hartley 2
180 Bali Climate Conference Enters Final Day
181 Unlocking the Mysteries of Cross-Gender Writing
182 Immune system may target some brain synapses
183 Biocapture Surfaces Produced for Study of Brain Chemistry
184 Bodily breakdown explained: How cell differentiation patterns suppress somatic evolution
185 Where have all the lake eels gone? Queen's prof asks
186 Four dolphins found dead on Florida beach
187 Workplace opportunities and stresses are both increasing
188 Identification of new genes shows a complex path to cell death
189 Evolution with a restricted number of genes
190 Sperm's immune-protection properties could provide link to how cancers spread
191 Message to the elderly: It's never too late to prevent illness
192 New research alters concept of how circadian clock functions
193 Some With Breast Cancer Can Skip Chemo
194 Researchers zero in on the tiniest members in the war on cancer
195 Herceptin helps women with multiple chromosomes containing HER2 gene, study finds
196 Another 'smart' cancer drug can have toxic effects on the heart
197 New UIC center to study end-of-life transition
198 Face transplant doctors recount recovery
199 Mercury in Mascara? Minn. Law Bans It
200 New Contraception Procedure Recommended
201 FDA Panel Rejects OTC Cholesterol Drug
202 Heavy traffic makes breathing a burden in children
203 Strong link between obesity and colorectal cancer
204 China's father-son bird flu cases have not spread: official
205 Wild mushroom can fight prostate cancer: Israeli researchers
206 Saturn's Rings May Be As Old As Solar System
207 Scientists Overcome Major Obstacles To Stem Cell Heart Repair
208 Top 11 Warmest Years On Record Have All Been In Last 13 Years
209 Present-day Species Of Piranha Resulted From Marine Incursion Into Amazon Basin
210 'Magma P.I.' Unearths Clues To How Earth's Crust Was Sculpted
211 Jupiter's Moon Europa: What Could Be Under The Ice?
212 NASA'S GLAST Satellite Arrives At Naval Research Lab For Testing
213 Unexpected Activity Of Fuel Cell Catalysts Revealed
214 Solving Solar System Quandaries Is Simple: Just Flip-flop The Position Of Uranus And Neptune
215 UT Southwestern Urologist Uses Botox To Treat Debilitating Condition
216 Blind Humans Lacking Rods And Cones Retain Normal Responses To Non-visual Effects Of Light
217 A Drink To Healthy Aging
218 Early Treatment Stops Epilepsy In Its Tracks, Study Suggests
219 Observing Nanscale Metallic Puddles And Mystery Behavior In Electrons
220 Green Tea May Protect Brain Cells Against Parkinson's Disease
221 Moss Is A Super Model For Feeding The Hungry
222 Overweight People More Likely To Have Bad Breath, Study Finds
223 Skin Deep
224 Saving water for a dry day
225 Stress & Memory
226 How Super-Precise Atomic Clocks Will Change the World in a Decade
227 Book Review: Eating the Sun: How Plants Power the Planet, by Oliver Morton
228 Robot Dinosaur Finally Released
229 Q&A: The Future of Probiotics
230 Expandable Silicon
231 Fingertip-Sized Projector Envisioned
232 Your IT Guy Still Hates Your iPhone
233 Physicists Do the Math on Warp Drive Science
234 U.S. Police Get Weapons That Shoot Around Corners
235 Bill Gates: 'The Secret to Success is Education, Microsoft'
236 Why 'Anonymous' Data Sometimes Isn't
237 Google's 'Knols' aren't a Threat to Wikipedia
238 Fantastic Fixes Help Your Sad, Pathetic Cubicle
239 Scientists Push Presidential Candidates for Positions on Science
240 See Mars Now: Red Planet Shines Bright
241 US lawmakers back energy bill to reduce oil consumption
242 SKorean scientists clone cats that glow
243 Australia may launch whaling crackdown
244 Luxury firms slammed for lacklustre moves to save planet
245 Canadian Earth-Watching Satellite Finally Reaches Orbit
246 New England digs out after record snowfall
247 Ice-storm power outages still nearly 400,000
248 Wild mushroom can fight prostate cancer: Israeli researchers
249 Mercury in mascara? Minn. law bans it
250 New Cancer Drug Tied to Heart Problems
251 Health Tip: Changing Your Baby's Diaper
252 Traffic Pollution Hurts Asthmatic Kids' Lungs
253 Fewer breast patients may need chemo
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