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1 A tour of Japanese cuisine with Spago chef Lee Hefter
2 Can they retire early and still live well?
3 Iraqis resist U.S. pressure to enact oil law
4 Why men like to gaze on the female form
5 Yeast engineered to sniff out explosives
6 The concept of race is meaningless
7 Shifty eyes may be a sign of good memory
8 Cow pats help cattle relax
9 Grimy windows share dirty little secret
10 Galactic fossil is 13.2 billion years old
11 Vitamin D 'may help ward off TB'
12 'My stroke left me with foreign accent'
13 With Ethanol Boom, Corn Is King
14 Caviar Demand Affects Midwest Sturgeon
15 Warming World Threatens Migratory Birds
16 New Cholesterol Check Gauges Kids' Heart Risk
17 LG.Philips LCD claims first flexible color A4-size e-paper
18 First A4 colour e-paper unfurled
19 Microsoft demands royalties for open-source software
20 Microsoft takes on the free world
21 Report: Microsoft says open source violates 235 patents
22 Phenom: AMD unveils quad-core brand for desktop PC
23 AMD goes quad-core with Phenom
24 AMD Finally Answers the Challenge with Phenom: Four Cores on One Die
25 Red Hat Puts the Heat on Oracle
26 Red Hat Exchange Goes Live
27 Doohan Memorial Spaceflight: Full Report from New Mexico
28 Researchers learn why tar pits are bubbly
29 Wisconsin DNR Preparing for Long-Term Battle with Fish Virus
30 Fish virus worries anglers
31 U.S. okays first drug in skin patch for Parkinson's
32 Bone marrow may cure eye diseases
33 Study: Bone marrow stem cells may cure eye disease
34 Stem cell restores vision
35 Got Milk? Not Enough, as Dairy Demand Outpaces Output (Update1)
36 RAND study finds women with heart disease and diabetes less likely to receive proper care
37 Psychosocial support for cancer survivors needs strengthening
38 Mammography rates declining in the United States
39 The Blurry World of Claude Monet Recreated
40 The Phoenix Has Landed: Mars Probe Airlifted to KSC from Colorado
41 Digital Tricks Preserve Thousands of Dinosaur Tracks
42 Mystery Source of Urban Pollution Revealed
43 China Trying to Upgrade Its 'Made in China' Image
44 Balsillie: BlackBerry Shutdown Will Never Happen Again
45 New efforts to plug Indonesian 'mud volcano'
46 Music Piracy Crackdown Nets College Kids
47 U.S. Rep.: Best Jobs May Soon Be Found Overseas
48 Green Home Tech Wins National Inventor Award
49 Rural Ky. Is Home to 'Geek Squad' Center
50 Caviar Demand Affects Midwest Sturgeon
51 Warming World Threatens Migratory Birds
52 Turtle Tries to Lay Eggs Near NYC Rink
53 AIDS: 'Natural killer' clue to virus vulnerability
54 US Senate votes to strengthen food, drug watchdog after scandals
55 Britain eyeing breastfeeding legislation
56 Bone Marrow Stem Cells May Cure Eye Disease
57 Does He Take Sugar? New Research Probes Context For Conflict In Conversation
58 Drop in U.S. mammography rate worries cancer experts
59 Irish badger culling 'is futile'
60 Finding myself through online identities
61 Cracks threaten Rome's majesty
62 Web 2.0 'distracts good design'
63 War book wins Blooker blog prize
64 Boost for N-test veterans' case
65 Building cars for 'tree-huggers'
66 WHITE COAT NOTES: Humans, the next version [and other notes]
67 He probes the emotional life of infants
68 How often and why do people's eyes blink?
69 Scientists hope collider makes a big bang
70 The fading allure of vitamins
71 Are human beings genetically programmed to seek the sunshine?
72 Project signals Europe's bid to dominate particle physics
73 A baby aspirin a day is healthy; but more than that can be dangerous
74 Pentagon Bans YouTube, MySpace
75 Never Too Old To Rock It
76 Recovery Program Working For Pronghorn
77 China builds and launches satellite for Nigeria
78 Australia steps up funding for Square Kilometre Array technology
79 Opossum Genome Sequencing May Benefit Human Health
80 US forces to block YouTube, MySpace on DoD network
81 Pentagon blocks employee access to 13 websites
82 Defense Department uses YouTube, bans YouTube
83 Pentagon Blocks MySpace and YouTube
84 As big as life
85 Encyclopedia of Life
86 Police investigate 'sex abuse' in virtual world
87 U.S. Mammogram Rates Fell 4% From 2000 to 2005, Study Says
88 Women at High Risk Using Mammography in a Sporadic Manner
89 USDA and Dairy Industry Halt Misleading Weight-Loss Ads
90 Lose the ads, not the weight, says doctors' group
91 Record Number On Anti-Depressants
92 DNR issues emergency rules to curb lethal fish virus
93 E. coli Threat Prompts Beef Recall
94 Thousands walk to show lives touched by breast cancer
95 Health Highlights: May 14, 2007: Vitamin D May Help Fight Tuberculosis et al
96 The Daily Vitamin Pill That Can Keep Deadly TB at Bay
97 A dose of Vitamin D can keep TB at bay
98 Drought sensitivity shapes species distribution patterns in tropical forests
99 UCI launches effort to develop patient-specific stem cell lines
100 The "driving" force behind electric vehicles
101 Woods Hole Research Center scientists using remote sensing tools to predict bird species richness
102 Students devise oral quick-dissolve strips for rotavirus vaccine
103 NASA mission explores world's deepest sinkhole
104 According to a study conducted by the UGR, 100% of pregnant women have at least one kind of pesticide in their placenta
105 Asexual worm quickly adapts to soil contamination
106 Thale cress goes on the defensive
107 Fatty acid catabolism higher due to polyphenol intake
108 'Build parks to climate proof our cities'
109 DOE JGI sets 'gold standard' for metagenomic data analysis
110 Sleepless for science: Flies show link between sleep, immune system in Stanford study
111 Female-led infanticide in wild chimpanzees
112 Cluster makes a shocking discovery
113 Glucosamine-like supplement inhibits multiple sclerosis, type 1 diabetes
114 Pediatricians and pathologists see traumatic brain injury differently
115 Drugs users are increasingly more cautious with needles
116 RAND study finds women with heart disease and diabetes less likely to receive proper care
117 Debate focuses on door-to-balloon time in heart attack treatment
118 Blood derived from plastic
119 Clue to Aids immunity
120 Booze can hurt heart rhythm
121 Heart shocks unnecessary?
122 Drug to block breast cancer?
123 New anaemia med warnings
124 Skin patch for Parkinson's
125 Patching a hole in the heart
126 Female Chimps Kill Infants
127 Early Moon Photos Revealed More Than Was Known
128 Calm Eye Helps Fuel Hurricane
129 College Students: Hip, Fly and Fat
130 Forecasters Call for New Hurricane Classification
131 Burning wood to power fridges
132 Lab-made 'microtornadoes' mimic the real thing
133 Biofuels demands eating into US corn stockpiles
134 New survey lists hundreds of potential carcinogens
135 Stressed female chimps kill rivals' young
136 Has bubble burst for US fusion scientist?
137 No one scoops the prize at Moon digger contest
138 Invention: Battery booster [et al]
139 US conservatives block cancer vaccine for girls
140 Depleted uranium weapons linked to lung cancer
141 Students Devise Oral Quick-dissolve Strips for Rotavirus Vaccine
142 New Brain Neuromarker May Shed Light on Autism and Schizophrenia
143 Study maps network of 7 million cell phone users
144 Cluster spacecraft makes a shocking discovery
145 Close-up look at a hurricane's eye reveals a new 'fuel' source
146 Japanese scientists in eye of storm...with goggles
147 Defense Department Blocks Some Web Sites
148 Bush Set to Announce Air Pollution Rules
149 Climate Talks Face International Hurdles
150 'Build parks to climate proof our cities'
151 NASA mission explores world's deepest sinkhole
152 China Launches Satellite for Nigeria
153 Trend Sees Cell Phone Only Use Growing
154 AGs Seek Sex Offender Data From MySpace
155 Intel Settles Chinese Copyright Dispute
156 The 'driving' force behind electric vehicles
157 Study Shows Online Apparel Sales Growing
158 Asexual worm quickly adapts to soil contamination
159 Caviar Demand Affects Midwest Sturgeon
160 Recovery Program Working for Pronghorn
161 Blood Pressure Rising Around the Globe
162 Sleepless for science: Flies show link between sleep, immune system
163 Glucosamine-like supplement inhibits multiple sclerosis, type 1 diabetes
164 WHO Members Reject Taiwan's Bid to Join
165 Fly and worm models to teach researchers about human biology and medicine
166 Going green could beat the blues: British experts
167 AIDS: 'Natural killer' clue to virus vulnerability
168 Brits take peak number of depression meds
169 Scientists link autism to DNA regions
170 New Insights Into Contradictory Health Effects Of Bioflavonoids
171 Scientists Equip Bacteria With Custom Chemo-navigational System
172 USDA Restricts Movement Of Live Fish Susceptible To Lethal Virus Hemorrhagic Septicemia
173 Scientists Develop Artificial Blood
174 DOE JGI Sets 'Gold Standard' For Metagenomic Data Analysis
175 'Virus Sponge' Could Improve Flu Treatments, Diabetes Care, Vaccine Development
176 'Smart' Delivery Systems For Cosmetics And Personal Care Products
177 Play With Your Head: Student Unlocks Power Of Music For People With Disabilities
178 DNA Reveals Hooded Seals Have Wanderlust
179 First Antibody That Detects Only Known Cause Of Lou Gehrig's Disease Developed
180 Hepatitis E Takes A Piggyback
181 Rare Sighting Of Threatened Bottlenose Dolphins In English Channel
182 Don't Believe Everything You Think
183 'The Canon: A Whirligig Tour of the Beautiful Basics of Science' by Natalie Angier
184 Happy Meals
185 A year of eating locally in 'Animal, Vegetable, Miracle'
186 Aesthletics: Game Designers Should Create More New Sports
187 Ancient Australians Were a People Apart
188 Russian cosmonauts don't like returning to Earth
189 Fire in the Hole
190 Star Goes Out Big Time
191 N/A
192 Part I: Planning for a Climate-Changed World
193 Mobile E-mail for Free
194 Hunting Poachers Remotely
195 CPR Study to Test Emergency Treatment, Sans Patient Permission
196 Hybrid Cars' Fantasy Mileage Ratings Drive Into the Sunset
197 Japanese Marketers Target Gamer Girls, Moms
198 Egg Banking Raises Hopes, Fears
199 New All-Purpose Excuse: The GPS Made Me Do It!
200 Amazon Buys Camera Authority DPReview
201 Amazon Buys Camera Authority DPReview
202 Microsoft: Linux Violates 235 of our Patents
203 Fifteen Minutes of Sunshine a Day Keeps the Doctor Away
204 Nokia: iPhone Good For Us...Really
205 San Fran to Finally Get Its Free Wi-Fi?
206 Groovy Music for Kids
207 Bush sets deadline for emissions effort
208 U.S. Bald Eagle population soars, possibly delisted
209 Australian officials plan kangaroo cull
210 230 scientists oppose wolf delisting
211 Irish badger cull prompts boycott call
212 Bush details plan to curb US addiction to foreign oil
213 WHO members reject Taiwan's bid to join
214 Sex education creates storm in AIDS-stricken India
215 Hong Kong students defend sex survey
216 Health Tip: Taking Care of Problem Skin
217 US drug maker offers Thailand further cuts on anti-AIDS drugs
218 Exposure to cats in infancy may boost allergy risk
219 FluMist seen effective for young kids: FDA staff
220 China govt denies infant deaths in mystery epidemic
221 Health Tip: When Seniors Shouldn't Live Alone
222 Chemical Compounds Boost Breast Cancer Risk
223 Immune System Dysfunction Pinpointed in Melanoma Cases
224 Going green could beat the blues: British experts