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1 Swell gel mops up spills
2 Migraine brains may be starved of oxygen
3 Odd global warming fixes get thumb's down
4 Cannabis 'disrupts brain centre'
5 NASA 'rejects Russia Moon help'
6 US plans for Moon base
7 Pacific whale decline 'a mystery'
8 Science fiction 'thrives in hi-tech world'
9 Solar loans light up rural India
10 Apple admits laptop battery issue
11 Scientists 'reverse' memory loss
12 Potential MRSA cure in bullfrogs
13 'Gym pill' trips fat-burning gene
14 China miners risk deadly disease
15 'I was born without womb'
16 Ban comes in with puff of smoke
17 Hope for sex-boost slimming pill
18 Climate change meeting opens in Thailand
19 Do people behave oddly when the moon is full?
20 His find could be a chocolate lover's dream
21 Aboard the R/V Atlantis: Log of a search for unknown life
22 Not so alien after all?
23 On the Wing
24 U.S., China Aim To Weaken Climate Report
25 Mind-Reading Toys Wave Of The Future
26 Climate Change Meeting Opens In Thailand
27 Work Remains On Flood Damage To Rainier
28 Gore Calls Canada Climate Plan A 'Fraud'
29 KFC Buckets Will Have Zero Trans Fat Label
30 Pet Food Toxin Said To Be Common In China
31 Tooth Decay Is On The Rise For Kids
32 Church Urges Mexico MDs Against Abortion
33 New Toys Read Brain Waves
34 How Meth Took Hold On Indian Reservation
35 Now in the Bay Area: the anti-gas station
36 Apple Admits MacBook Battery Glitch
37 Nostalgia getting old? Virtual Console sales heading south
38 PlayStation boss axing a troubling sign for Sony
39 Samsung First to Begin Mass Producing 16 Gb NAND Flash Memory
40 Samsung Starts 16Gb Flash NAND Mass Production
41 Samsung starts mass production of 16GB flash drives
42 Radio's Tangled Web
43 Scotty blasts off on final mission
44 Sexual Threats Stifle Some Female Bloggers
45 Are women being chased out of the blogosphere?
46 Five ways to defeat blog trolls, cyberstalkers
47 Hackers Successfully Hijack Google AdWords
49 Google gets geography lesson from Chileans
50 Google cedes Chilean village to Argentina
51 Living with Vista: the first 30 days
52 Vista bugs revive XP
53 Australian IT managers unfazed by XP cut-off
54 Tracking Microsoft's premium Windows mix
55 Not so alien after all?
56 Sights set on Mars
57 For NASA, Mars exploration mission is 3rd try
58 Will DRM-free music and new subscription services threaten iTunes?
59 Apple's Steve Jobs on Subscription Music: 'Customers Don't Seem Interested'
60 Schools trying to nip cheating in the earbud
61 Microsoft to make some of Silverlight open source
62 Adobe Open-Source Move Sets Showdown with Microsoft
63 Memory loss caused by brain damage is reversible
64 Alzheimer's may not spell end of memory
65 Alzheimer's Memory Loss May One Day Be Reversible
66 Banishing boredom could benefit dementia patients
67 Keeping the mind busy and occupied restores memories lost to dementia
68 Reversing Alzheimer's memory loss may be possible
69 New Drug Counteracts Overeating
70 'Exercise pill' tricks body into burning twice the fat
71 New pill would give obese easy route to health
72 New 'fat-busting' pill may be a reality one day
73 Green Tea May Ease Rheumatoid Arthritis
74 Green tea may prove beneficial for people with rheumatoid arthritis
75 EGCG from tea may prevent arthritis--study
76 Green tea may help treat rheumatoid arthritis
77 Green Tea May Ease Rheumatoid Arthritis
78 Chemotherapy Fog Is No Longer Ignored as Illusion
79 Doctors Finally Acknowledge the Cognitive Downside of Chemotherapy
80 South Africa: WHO Calls for Cancer Prevention in Workplaces
81 WHO tells WHAT can kill you at work!
82 Tooth decay is on the rise for kids
83 Kids' teeth suffer from snacks, bottled water
84 Antiquated plumbing causes six premmies to die
85 Why are so many women getting MS?
86 Ratio of women stricken with MS rockets by 50% each decade
87 Modified bone marrow cells can help recovery in an animal model of multiple sclerosis
88 MS Now Striking Women Much More Often Than Men
89 Women More Vulnerable to Multiple Sclerosis, Research Shows
90 New Prostate Cancer Test: A Major Advance?
91 Prostate-cancer test
92 New prostate-cancer test screening on horizon, may replace PSA
93 Better Blood Test for Prostate Cancer
94 Prostate Cancer Test Proves Very Effective
95 EPCA-2 based blood test detects prostate cancer better
96 New blood test for prostate cancer
97 Condom Information in Abstinence Programs Called Inaccurate
98 Defective drug leads to three deaths in Oregon
99 Study: Marijuana Damages Brain
100 Brain scans pinpoint cannabis mental health risk
101 Boffins find new evidence linking cannabis and mental illness
102 Cannabis harms mental health, scientists warn
103 Researchers create interactive map with Google technology to track avian flu spread
104 'Supermap' of Avian Flu Yields New Info on Source/Spread
105 Artificial Snot Enhances Electronic Nose
106 Puzzling plankton yield secrets to role in evolution/global photosynthesis
107 Early Exposure to Indoor Fungus Molecules May Protect Infants Against Future Allergies
108 Resistant HIV quickly hides in infants' cells
109 Drama can help educate and motivate, research shows
110 Alzheimer's, Parkinson's, type 2 diabetes similar at molecular level
111 Mice with a migraine show signs of brain damage
112 Simple screening can help decrease teen risk behaviors
113 Review identifies ways to help children of drug and alcohol misusers
114 Hawaiian treasure, macadamia nuts good for the heart
115 A cherry on top: Tart cherries may alter heart/diabetes factors
116 Cherries may help reduce metabolic syndrome and heart disease risk factors
117 Scientists find new agent to fight genetic disorders--Zorro-Locked Nucleic Acid
118 Pistachios lower cholesterol, provide antioxidants
119 Exercise can cut coronary artery disease risk for some with MS
120 Not so contoversial anymore--panel says moderate coffee drinking reduces many risks
121 Statin treatment improves spatial memory in mouse models of Alzheimer's
122 Smelling for first time results from knowing abnormalities in congenital loss of smell
123 Researchers to visit site of 2004, 2005 Indonesian quakes
124 Estrogen fluctuation affects epileptic seizures
125 UN engages banks to light up rural India; Solar loans, energy access transform life for poor
126 Chinese medicinal compound stops formation of cysts in polycystic kidney disease in lab
127 Aspirin may be less effective heart treatment for women than men
128 What People Say May Not Be What They Know
129 Arctic Ice Retreating More Quickly Than Computer Models Project
130 Beijing restrictions offer case study in emissions of key atmospheric gases
131 How to look at dinosaur tracks
132 US conservation efforts bring more marine turtles to UK
133 Famous Galapagos tortoise, Lonesome George, may not be alone
134 Lonesome George is not alone among Galapagos tortoises
135 Adult stem/progenitor cells repair of damaged brain, pancreas, kidney cells newly understood
136 Green tea compound suppresses factors causing cartilage, bone destruction in arthritis
137 A pill to boost metabolism?
138 Alzheimer's reversed in mice
139 Good sleep boosts memory
140 Bowel blues may harm nerves
141 Chinese Traffic Restrictions Reduce Air Pollution
142 Study Suggests Why Elderly are Good Scam Targets
143 Arctic Sea Ice Melting Faster Than Predicted
144 'Rabbit Ears' Find New Life in HDTV Age
145 FDA Says No Recall of Pork Warranted
146 New Toys Read Brain Waves
147 What a Hoot: How Owls Show Who's Boss
148 Relative found for Lonesome George
149 Plastic sheet delivers wireless power
150 Spacesuit gloves to go 'mano a mano' in NASA contest
151 New hope for Galapagos' 'Lonesome George'
152 Appendix-removal via the mouth leaves no scar
153 Nasal 'death' molecules may kill sense of smell
154 Fiery crash melts vital San Francisco highway
155 Invention: Flying weather forecasters
156 Aboriginal health lagging 100 years behind
157 Younger generation has greater fear of loss
158 Lost memories could be restored by 'rewiring' brain
159 Catching Cancer's Spread by Watching Hemoglobin
160 Hearts of Male and Female Rainbow Trout Are Different
161 Exercise Can Cut Coronary Artery Disease Risk for Some with MS
162 When Smell Cells Fail They Call in Stem Cell Reserves
163 Scientists Hammer Out a Pathway That Promotes Muscle Cell Survival in Mice
164 Study May Explain Why Alcohol Consumption Boosts Breast Cancer Risk
165 Manipulating Magnetism for Future Data-Storage Devices
166 Noxious Lightning
167 Not so contoversial anymore--panel says moderate coffee drinking reduces many risks
168 Unicellular microRNA discovery
169 Alzheimer's, Parkinson's, type 2 diabetes similar at molecular level
170 Artificial snot enhances electronic nose
171 Oddball schemes to fix global warming get thumb's down
172 New Toys Read Brain Waves
173 New power transmission system developed
174 U.S. and China Criticize Climate Report
175 South Florida heading for serious drought
176 Gore Calls Canada Climate Plan a 'Fraud'
177 12 Nations Put on Copyright Piracy List
178 Court Favors Microsoft in Patent Fight
179 Fast Search Sides with Newspapers in Web Sales War
180 Google Helps Make Public Records Available
181 Puzzling plankton yield secrets to role in evolution, global photosynthesis
182 US conservation efforts bring more marine turtles to UK
183 What People Say May Not Be What They Know
184 How to look at dinosaur tracks
185 Trafficking in Proteins
186 Egypt Seeks Loans of Overseas Artifacts
187 Response to gains or losses depends on age
188 Japanese sickened watching 'Babel'
189 'Supermap' of avian flu yields new info on source, spread
190 MIT team takes high-res, 3-D images of eye
191 Pistachios lower cholesterol, provide antioxidants
192 Mice with a migraine show signs of brain damage
193 Resistant HIV quickly hides in infants' cells
194 Early exposure to indoor fungus molecules may protect infants against future allergies
195 Tooth Decay Is on the Rise for Kids
196 Study: Cat food may not have enough lysine
197 Study looks at alcohol and breast cancer
198 Computer pioneer Wolf succumbs to cancer
199 Response to gains or losses depends on age
200 Gel created to absorb solvent spills
201 New power transmission system developed
202 Scientists look at plants for green fuels
203 Arctic Ice Retreating More Quickly Than Computer Models Project
204 Migraine Headaches May Cause Brain Damage, Mouse Study Shows
205 Memory Restored In Mice Through Enriched Environment: New Hope For Alzheimer's
206 Instruments To Dig Deep In Space
207 Mobile Phone Game Will Help New Students Overcome Culture Shock
208 Hepatitis C Patients Who Are At High Risk Of Developing Cirrhosis Can Now Be Reliably Identified
209 Whales Entangled In Fishing Lines: What Can Be Done?
210 Novel Gene-Repair Technology Under Development
211 Earth's Climate Is Seesawing, According To Climate Researchers
212 Improving Hip Replacement Surgery By Using Better Components
213 Arming The Fight Against Antibiotic Resistant Bacteria
214 Darwin nearly failed to evolve in print
215 Review: After Sputnik
216 Climate Catastrophes in the Solar System
217 Solution to Bubble Puzzle Pops Out
218 Monkeys Demonstrate Metacognitive Skills
219 Avoiding A Venusian Meltdown
220 Prepping For Dawn
221 Radio Controlled Toys Serious Threat To Security Says NATO Official
222 Japan's Jet Plan Upsets South Korea
223 Security Flaws Mar Latest Photoshop Release
224 Smart Trains Cut Fuel Use
225 Weinsteins Realize Asians Do It Better
226 Enriched Environment Restores Access to "Lost" Memories
227 Enhanced Environment Restores Memory in Mice with Neurodegeneration
228 U.S. balks at new climate report
229 Tooth decay is on the rise for kids
230 Half of Spaniards overweight: ministerial study
231 Anemia a concern among low-income preschoolers
232 Health Tip: Treating Ear Infections in Children
233 Health Tip: Feel Better During Pregnancy
234 Scientists Restore Lost Memory in Alzheimer's-Like Mice
235 Reversing Alzheimer's memory loss may be possible
236 Exercising harder keeps weight off longer
237 Average American household spends $1,200 annually on gadgets
238 Brandjacking common on Web: report
239 Illinois House passes handset lemon law
240 Green tea may help with rheumatoid arthritis
241 New Toys Read Brain Waves
242 $10K hack challenge winner says Vista's code more secure than Mac's