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1 Sanitizers Give the Upper Hand Against Colds
2 Older Brains Become Less Coordinated: U.S. Study
3 Dose of Flu Doubles Risk of Heart Attack or Stroke
4 Silicon Insider: A Surveillance Society Offers No Escape
5 Dwarf Hippo Fossils Found on Cyprus
6 Man Sentenced in Bizarre Diagnosing Scam
7 Indian Police Bust Tiger Poaching Ring
8 Toyota aims to put robots to use early next decade
9 'Snowball earth' was more a slushball
10 'Man in moon' 4 billion years old
11 Elephants sniff urine to tell who's who
12 The future is bright for LEDs
13 Light to shrink computer clusters
14 Microsoft trials XP on XO laptop
15 Fast broadband goes underground
16 Columbus: Europe's orbital outpost
17 Aggression protein found in mice
18 Australia to be 'climate bridge'
19 Meteorite dates lunar volcanoes
20 Diesel traffic makes asthma worse
21 Inactivity link to mental decline
22 Normal ageing 'can addle brain'
23 Cell transplant for heart attack
24 A tussle over link of warming, disease
25 Global Warming Wreaks Havoc With Nature
26 Canadian Company To Convert Wood To Fuel
27 Toyota Calls Robotics A Key Business
28 Adversaries Unite For E-Prescribing Bill
29 Happy Birthday To Knut!
30 U.S. Rejects Mandatory Greenhouse Gas Cuts
31 Cell Help After Heart Attack?
32 Peake Vows To Do "Right Thing" For Vets
33 FDA Panel Votes Against New Avastin Use
34 Encephalitis Strain Kills 484 India Kids
35 A Beef Over Ads On Report Card Covers
36 Sinking Islanders Seek Help at Bali Climate Conference
37 Changing climate brings new challenges for snowy regions
38 Facebook Revamps Ad System
39 Apologetic, Facebook Changes Ad Program
40 Microsoft Releases New Windows Server, Vista SP1 Test Code
41 Google Mac Developer Playground Unveiled
42 Google Ruins Its iPhone Home Page
43 Google apps get faster on iPhone
44 Microsoft to Field Test PC For Developing Countries
45 Microsoft to Try Windows XP Out on OLPC in January
46 Microsoft Offers Volta for Web Apps Development
47 Microsoft woos Web developers with 'Volta'
48 UPDATE 1-IBM says breakthrough heralds supercomputer on chip
49 IBM Announces Optoelectronics Breakthrough
50 Can IBM connect cores in a chip with light?
51 IBM unveiling chip design breakthrough
52 IBM optics promise many-core super CPU
53 Study: Number of 'Misleading' Anti-Vaccination Videos on YouTube Growing
54 Sinusitis unresponsive to antibiotics or steroids
55 Sinusitis Treatments Found Ineffective
56 Digital personal trainer yields healthy results
57 Bay govs: We can do better on cleanup
58 Household chemical may affect breast development
59 Chemoprevention, naturally: Findings on plant-derived cancer medicines
60 Diet and cancer prevention: New evidence for the protective effects of fruits and veggies
61 Reprogrammed adult cells treat sickle-cell anemia in mice
62 Economists: Reduce fish catch now for bigger net profits later
63 Heads or tails? Scientists identify gene that regulates polarity in regenerating flatworms
64 Dam the Red Sea and release gigawatts
65 MIT creates new oil-repelling material
66 Like Humans, Monkey See, Monkey Plan, Monkey Do
67 'Hellish' hot springs yield greenhouse gas-eating bug
68 New, rare and threatened species discovered in Ghana
69 PET and Bioluminescent Imaging Aid Evaluation of Stem Cells' Potential for New Ways to Treat Disease
70 Patients Need To Know that Nuclear Medicine Procedures Can Trigger Radiation Alarms
71 Strawberry fields ripe for the picking
72 Fresh-cut produce washing practices can minimize food-borne illness risks
73 Tiny pest-eating insect fights fruit flies
74 This Is Your Brain on Violent Media
75 Hinode reveals new insights about the origin of solar wind
76 CU-Boulder supercomputer simulation of universe may help in search for missing matter
77 Knowing how ketamine impairs brain circuitry may lead to new therapies for schizophrenia
78 Possible genetic predictor for response to lithium augmentation in depressed patients
79 Making Emergency Artery Repair Safer
80 Caffeine Cream Tones Thighs
81 Miscarriage Myths Persist Despite Prevalence of Medical Information
82 'Flying Fish' unmanned aircraft takes off and lands on water
83 New direction for chance discovery?
84 Testing time for instrument on Hubble's successor
85 Free software brings affordability, transparency to mathematics
86 Cancer chemical found in Pringles
87 Brain damage linked to addiction
88 Pregnant, obese mums risk death
89 Image disorder all in the mind
90 Sex testing in space denied
91 Early periods, early death
92 Why Whales Sing
93 How Did Dinosaurs Communicate?
94 Dam on Red Sea Would Harm Environment
95 LiveScience's Image of the Day: Leonardo's Art Comes Alive
96 Common Household Chemical Could Raise Breast Cancer Risk
97 Overweight Kids Often Become Obese, Unhealthy Adults
98 The gene that makes us once bitten, twice shy
99 Saturn's 'flying saucer' moons built of ring material
100 'Scrambled' polymers kill drug-resistant bacteria
101 Flexible-jointed robot is no pushover
102 Humid balls help Rockies hit fewer home runs
103 Sickle-cell mice cured with their own cells
104 Roiling magnetic waves explain solar enigma
105 Ancient flood brought Gulf Stream to a halt
106 'Flying Fish' Unmanned Aircraft Takes Off and Lands on Water
107 Organic Chemistry for the YouTube Generation
108 Physicists Report Major Breakthrough in Understanding Possible New State of Matter
109 Green Tea Shown to Possess Antitumor Effect in Breast Cancer
110 Sunshine to Petrol Project Seeks Fuel from Thin Air
111 Artificial Jellyfish, Explosives Sensor Among Projects Being Developed at Undersea Technology Center
112 Free Software Brings Affordability, Transparency to Mathematics
113 Forest Loss in Sumatra Becomes a Global Issue
114 Manatees Retain Endangered Status
115 I'm Not Really Running, I'm Not Really Running...
116 How to Boost Your Willpower
117 Meat Processors Look for Ways to Keep Ground Beef Safe
118 Cutting Cholesterol, an Uphill Battle
119 Study: Some Supplements Contain Steroids
120 Ancient kangaroo didn't hop: scientists
121 Microsoft Spikes Dirty Santa Bot
122 Variable nanocomposites
123 Toyota Shows Violin-Playing Robot
124 Are we genetically programmed to be generous? Israeli scientists say yes
125 Researchers can read thoughts to decipher what a person is actually seeing
126 Are Humans Evolving Faster?
127 Supercomputer simulation of universe may help in search for missing matter
128 'Hellish' hot springs yield greenhouse gas-eating bug
129 IBM using light instead of wires for building supercomputers-on-a-chip
130 MIT creates new oil-repelling material
131 Heads or tails? Scientists identify gene that regulates polarity in regenerating flatworms
132 Reprogrammed adult cells treat sickle-cell anemia in mice
133 Economists: Reduce fish catch now for bigger net profits later
134 Hinode reveals new insights about the origin of solar wind
135 Household chemical may affect breast development
136 Miscarriage myths persist despite prevalence of medical information
137 Caffeine cream tones thighs
138 Natural Human hormone as the next antidepressant?
139 This is your brain on violent media
140 Missing protein may be key to autism
141 Research on HIV-1 resistance in Old World monkeys
142 Knowing how ketamine impairs brain circuitry may lead to new therapies for schizophrenia
143 Manatees to Stay on Fla. Endangered List
144 Seattle zoo slammed for elephant breeding
145 Roundworms killing China's wild pandas
146 Tiny pest-eating insect fights fruit flies
147 Strawberry fields ripe for the picking
148 Like humans, monkey see, monkey plan, monkey do
149 New direction for chance discovery?
150 Indian Police Bust Tiger Poaching Ring
151 Dwarf Hippo Fossils Found on Cyprus
152 Hiring practices influenced by beauty
153 New, rare and threatened species discovered in Ghana
154 Can shopping behavior indicate personality type?
155 Free software brings affordability, transparency to mathematics
156 Stanford researchers say climate change will significantly increase impending bird extinctions
157 Team to chemically transform carbon dioxide into carbon-neutral liquid fuels
158 'Flying Fish' unmanned aircraft takes off and lands on water
159 Canadian Company to Convert Wood to Fuel
160 Gmail Links to AOL Instant Messaging
161 50 gigawatts of electrical power could be released by damming the Red Sea
162 Testing time for instrument on Hubble's successor
163 Global Warming Wreaks Havoc With Nature
164 Fossils Excavated From Bahamian Blue Hole May Give Clues Of Early Life
165 Indigenous Water Frogs In Europe Under Threat
166 Unexpected Bacteria Identified In Cystic Fibrosis Patients
167 New Choices For Patients: Transfusion-free Medicine For Jehovah's Witnesses And Transfusion-wary
168 DNA-based Therapy Could Slash Development Time Of New Drugs Against Superbugs
169 Allergic Children Exposed To Peanuts At Younger Ages Despite Recommendations To Avoid, Research Shows
170 New Drug Reduces Abdominal Fat Accumulation And Improves Lipids In HIV-infected Patients
171 Mice Lacking Enzyme Renin Stay Lean On High-fat Diet, With Little Exercise
172 Even Low Lead Exposure Linked To ADHD
173 Monitoring the Heart without Missing a Beat
174 Your Personal Genome
175 Remotely Controlled Drugs
176 Drought sapping China's biggest fresh water lake: reports
177 US jet intercepts ballistic missile for first time: officials
178 NASA To Use Balloon Flotilla To Study Radiation That Affects Earth
179 Flying Fish Unmanned Aircraft Takes Off And Lands On Water
180 New Penryn-Based MacBooks Slated for MacWorld?
181 International Hunt for Missing Backpacker Harnesses Blog Power
182 Engineer Bill Baker Is the King of Superstable 150-Story Structures
183 Former Evangelical Minister Has a New Message: Jesus Hearts Darwin
184 Hell Freezes Over: Ferrari Considering Hybrids
185 Moonstruck flock to Arizona light collector
186 Eco-friendly kangaroo farts could help global warming: scientists
187 Israeli study says generosity may be linked to genes
188 Tail stem cells used to cure sickle cell anemia in mice
189 Researchers use new stem cell method to treat mice
190 New stem cell technique effects cure
191 China finds panda fossils on tropical island
192 Dwarf hippo fossils found on Cyprus
193 Ancient kangaroo didn't hop: scientists
194 Up to 60% of Amazon at risk from climate change: WWF
195 NASA Develops Super-Accurate Nav System for Scientific Plane
196 Spies relying more on 'open sources'
197 Common Household Chemical Could Raise Breast Cancer Risk
198 Japan plans generic drug incentives: ministry
199 Two U.S. healthcare providers drop Glaxo's Avandia
200 China allows condoms on air for AIDS campaign: organisers
201 School bans students without mumps shots
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