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1 Elusive Egyptian queen found at last?
2 Giant penguins waddled in the tropics
3 Echinacea may prevent colds, says study
4 Team makes Tunguska crater claim
5 Tropical giant penguin discovered
6 Artificial skin 'cuts scarring'
7 In pictures: Lake pollution
8 EC threat to BBC over downloads
9 Two-tiered net could be coming
10 Mobile phones 'offensive weapons'
11 High bleach levels in tooth kits
12 Plate aids diabetes weight loss
13 Pipe dream
14 Irish unfazed by smoke-free pubs
15 'If only we'd pushed it'
16 Prodigious Penguins Populated Peru
17 Feds Order At Least 4 Tire Brands Recalled
18 Freecycling: Something For Nothing Online
19 Number Of U.S. Commuters Riding Solo Rises
20 NASA Wants To Open Station To Outsiders
21 Researchers May Remake Neanderthal DNA
22 Conn. Biologists Search For Female Moose
23 Researchers ID Factors In Ariz. Monsoons
24 Albino Mountain Goat Spotted In Italy
25 Top Spots For Household Bacteria
26 Cord Blood: To Save Or Not?
27 U.S. Diabetes Rate Soars
28 Sugar's Dark Side
29 China Rejects Tainted U.S. Food
30 AMA Supports Allergy Medicine At School
31 CDC: About 2M More Americans Uninsured
32 Study Links Hurricanes To Teen Smokers
33 Kidney, Heart Disease Spur Each Other
34 Existing phone numbers transferable to AT&T through iTunes
35 Apple, AT&T Announce iPhone Service Plans
36 Total iPhone 2-Year Costs: Charts & Details
37 Apple, AT&T unveil monthly iPhone plans
38 iPhone plans start below $60
39 iPhone Service Plans Announced By AT&T
40 U.S. judge tells Google to work through Justice Deptartment
41 Web radio sites go silent in protest
42 The Messiah phone cometh
43 Some waiting on iPhone improvements before buying
44 If successful, iPhone could raise the bars
45 Happy big beak: Giant penguins dwarfed modern versions
46 Fossil of giant penguin found in Peru
47 Jumbo penguins are not a tall tale
48 How the prehistoric penguins marched on Peru
49 Fossil of giant, spearfishing penguin found in Peru
50 Seagate Announces 1TB Hard Drives
51 Seagate Announces 1TB Hard Drive
52 Unfashionably late: Seagate, Samsung unveil 1TB hard disk drives
53 Structures near 10 nanometers are created
54 Spaniards discover animal species paradise in Guinean crater
55 Last 'dancing bears' in Bulgaria rescued from torment
56 Penguins lived at equator 42 million years ago
57 Facebook v MySpace--a class divide
58 More bugs found in Safari for Windows beta
59 Apple patches Safari beta browser a second time
60 It's a Jungle Out There for Apple's Safari
61 U.S. Net Access Not All That Speedy
62 Mass. 5th in U.S. download speed
63 W.Va. Internet Among Nation's Slowest
64 Study shows fastest, slowest Web speeds
65 Apple boosts key component orders for iPhone
66 Apple ups Balda orders for iPhone screens: paper
67 Apple ups Balda orders for iPhone screens: paper
68 Apple ups Balda orders for iPhone screens: paper
69 Apple increased orders for iPhone touch screens
70 HP and Microsoft eye supercomputer market
71 Texas-Sized Supercomputer to Break Computing Power Record
72 Chinese Blast Symantec's Compensation Offer
73 Google threatens to pull Gmail from Germany
74 'Gravity takes a bit getting used to'
75 Video game addiction a mental illness?
76 Drug-Resistant Bug Becoming More Common
77 Study paints picture of rampant "superbug"
78 Supercure or snake oil--what's the truth about echinacea?
79 Echinacea Reduces Cold Risk
80 Herb remedy cuts colds in half
81 Doctor visit small talk often not useful: study
82 Don't Tell Me What's Up, Doc
83 Merck: Januvia, Metformin Therapy Shows Beta Cell Improvement
84 Eating fish oil can save eyesight: study
85 Fish oil may help prevent blindness
86 Omega 3 Protects Against Blindness Due To Retinopathy, New Study
87 Omega 3 acids could protect from blindness
88 Bristol-Myers Unveils Diabetes Drug
89 Bristol, Glaxo diabetes drugs test new concept
90 Bristol-Myers Drug, First in New Family, Controls Blood Sugar
91 New Drugs For Type 2 Diabetes
92 Can Shots Safely 'Melt Away Fat'?
93 More boys seek out breast-reduction surgery
94 At what age are implants OK?
95 New study reignites aspartame cancer concerns
96 FDA says unmoved by aspartame/cancer report
97 No review of sweetner over cancer fears
98 MIT tool determines landslide risk in tropics
99 Biotech breakthrough could end biodiesel's glycerin glut
100 Carnegie Mellon U. chemists advance organic semiconductor processing
101 NASA's Swift Sees Double Supernova in Galaxy
102 Why do power couples migrate to metropolitan areas? Actually, they don't
103 Too little scope for development in today's aircraft technology
104 A new technique for building nanodevices in the lab
105 Nanotechnology: consumers must be convinced benefits outweigh risks
106 Cord blood may preserve insulin levels in children with type 1 diabetes
107 First study transplanting angina patients' purified stem cells shows safety and symptom relief
108 Adding folic acid to bread could help in the fight against depression
109 Weizmann scientists discover a new line of communication between nervous system cells
110 New research spares children the pain of the needle
111 Gene deficiency is a protective barrier to obesity
112 How can I stop smoking? The Cochrane Library has evidence that can help
113 More than 80% of patients manage to stop discomfort from tinnitus and can lead a normal life again
114 A new system for collaboration in cell communication
115 Frog molecule could provide drug treatment for brain tumours
116 Among youth in US, whites have highest incidence of diabetes
117 How Fish Punish 'Queue Jumpers'
118 Greenhouse gas burial
119 The beetle's dilemma
120 A small leak will sink a great ship
121 Lose weight with lizard spit
122 Weight loss plates fight flab
123 Candy cigarettes not so sweet
124 Echinacea to stop a cold?
125 Omega-3 for healthy eyes
126 Gall bladder removed through mouth
127 Is game addiction for real?
128 When body fat may be healthy
129 Fructose may damage arteries
130 Debate Flares over Whether Circumcision Curbs HIV
131 07/07/07: Is This Your Lucky Day?
132 Crater Could Solve 1908 Tunguska Meteor Mystery
133 Feds: Storing Carbon Dioxide Underground Can Work
134 False Pride Seen as Survival Skill
135 'Power Couples' Meet in Cities, Study Finds
136 FDA's New Label Law Won't Stop Fraudulent Dietary Supplements
137 Astronomers Spot Double Star Explosion
138 Scientists Could Recover Neanderthal DNA
139 Deadly Superbug More Widespread than Thought
140 Arizona Dust Causes Colorado Meltdown
141 Anne Frank's Cousin Donates Family Files
142 Mammoths to Return? DNA Advances Spur Resurrection Debate
143 Alcohol, Feces, Carcasses Fuel "Green" Vehicles in Sweden
144 Research returns to Biosphere dome
145 Is it a chimp-help-chimp world?
146 Giant microwave turns plastic back to oil
147 Few 'outsiders' sign on to use space station for research
148 Virus 'hybrids' can act as nanoscale memory devices
149 HRT may protect brain against effects of ageing
150 Artificial skin may reduce need for grafts
151 Virtual world sharpens mind-control
152 Vaccine developed for high blood pressure
153 Weather observed on a star for the first time
154 Scientists Reveal Mechanism for Healthy Nerve Development
155 Wildlife Habitat Protected in First Test of Ecological Investment Markets
156 Oceanographer Developing Next Generation of Hurricane Forecast Tools
157 March of the Giant Penguins
158 Substance in Tree Bark Could Lead to New Lung-cancer Treatment
159 New Genetic Marker Characterizes Aggressiveness of Cancer Cells
160 From a Few Genes, Life's Myriad Shapes
161 Darwin Still Rules, but Some Biologists Dream of a Paradigm Shift
162 Humans Have Spread Globally, and Evolved Locally
163 Fast-Reproducing Microbes Provide a Window on Natural Selection
164 The Human Family Tree Has Become a Bush With Many Branches
165 Human DNA, the Ultimate Spot for Secret Messages (Are Some There Now?)
166 In Parasite Survival, Ploys to Get Help From a Host
167 Science of the Soul? 'I Think, Therefore I Am' Is Losing Force
168 Study Says Chatty Doctors Forget Patients
169 Survey Finds 43.6 Million Uninsured in U.S.
170 Study on I.Q. Prompts Debate on Family Dynamics
171 Keeping Early Retirees Afloat
172 New U.N. Plan Commits $2.15 Billion to Fight Drug-Resistant Tuberculosis
173 Maryland Professor Creates Desktop Supercomputer
174 Back-to-Back b Baryons in Batavia
175 Electrified cells don't get dizzy
176 Transparent transistors to bring future displays, 'e-paper'
177 IPhone Monthly Plans Start at $59.99
178 Swift sees double supernova in galaxy
179 Chemists advance organic semiconductor processing
180 Frog molecule could provide drug treatment for brain tumors
181 How fish punish 'queue jumpers'
182 Japanese firm unveils artificial hand with 'air muscles'
183 Web radio broadcasts 'sound of silence' in rate-hike protest
184 Researchers report that gene therapy awakens the brain despite blindness from birth
185 Researchers May Remake Neanderthal DNA
186 Researchers ID Factors in Ariz. Monsoons
187 Researchers reverse symptoms in mice of leading inherited cause of mental retardation
188 New Domains in Works at Internet Meeting
189 Thinking Big about Space Telescopes
190 New gamma ray satellite currently lodging in a comfortable 'clean room'
191 MIT tool determines landslide risk in tropics
192 NASA Establishes New Office to Study Cosmic Phenomena
193 NASA Wants to Open Station to Outsiders
194 Shuttle ready for piggy-backed plane ride
195 Greenhouse gas burial
196 Apple iPhone Hype Machine in Overdrive
197 IBM labs eye giving cars 'reflexes'
198 Judge Defers to Feds on Google Complaint
199 Report: U.S. broadband speed outdated
200 Google Presses Feds to Watch Microsoft
201 Biotech breakthrough could end biodiesel's glycerin glut
202 Google to Help Non-Profits With Maps
203 Auction Site Selling Itself on EBay
204 Name new computing technology, win $500
205 New Technology Takes the Worry Out of [E-mail]
206 Mummy of Hatshepsut identified: TV channel
207 A small leak will sink a great ship
208 Why do power couples migrate to metropolitan areas? Actually, they don't
209 Which came first: Primates' ability to see colorful food or see colorful sex?
210 Sex in the morning or the evening?
211 A new system for collaboration in cell communication
212 The beetle's dilemma
213 Conn. Biologists Search for Female Moose
214 Too little scope for development in today's aircraft technology
215 Albino Mountain Goat Spotted in Italy
216 Sex differences in brains reflect disease risks
217 NYC Eateries Ready for Trans Fat Switch
218 New genetic marker characterizes aggressiveness of cancer cells
219 OU leads study to compare the outcomes of different planned places of birth
220 Traffic injuries are major African problem
221 Indian Police Search for Teen Surgeon
222 CDC: About 2M More Americans Uninsured
223 Adding folic acid to bread could help in the fight against depression
224 Gut check: Tracking the ecosystem within us
225 Scientists discover a new line of communication between nervous system cells
226 Gene deficiency is a protective barrier to obesity
227 Substance in tree bark could lead to new lung-cancer treatment
228 Ultrasound proves safe alternative to biopsy in some breast masses
229 Report: Ideal breakfast has ham, cheese
230 Improper consumption of acidic foods could lead to destroyed enamel
231 $150 million pledged to UCSF cancer center
232 Study: Cord blood may help fight diabetes
233 Stem cell transplants aid angina patients
234 Aspirin resistant proteins are identified
235 CD38 gene might be involved in obesity
236 Report: U.S. broadband speed outdated
237 Nanotechnology creates unique transistors
238 Promising Results From First Gene Therapy Clinical Trial For Parkinson's Disease Reported
239 Substance In Tree Bark Could Lead To New Lung-cancer Treatment
240 Meditate To Concentrate
241 Gut Check: Microbes Colonize Newborns' Digestive Tracts
242 Obesity Associated With A Lower Risk Of Tuberculosis In Older Chinese Population
243 Researchers Reverse Symptoms In Mice Of Leading Inherited Cause Of Mental Retardation
244 Personal Comments By Physicians Distract From Patient Needs
245 Researchers Track Influence Of Cancer Inhibitor On Single DNA Molecule
246 Gene Therapy Awakens The Brain Despite Blindness From Birth
247 SARS Survivors Recover From Physical Illness, But May Experience Mental Health Decline
248 Early-morning Friday Classes May Prevent Students From Getting Sloppy On 'Thirsty Thursdays'
249 Fuel For Your Body--And Car
250 Improper Consumption Of Acidic Foods Could Lead To Destroyed Enamel
251 Ethanol Byproducts Pelletized
252 Scientists Call For Global Push To Advance Research In Synthetic Biology
253 Without Hot Rock, Much Of North America Would Be Underwater
254 Wine May Combat Tooth Decay And Upper Respiratory Tract Disease Bacteria
255 Welcome To A New Era In Recycling Of Plastics
256 New Alzheimer's Drug Begins Clinical Trials
257 Toward More Effective Treatments For Aspirin-resistant Patients
258 New Study Supports Stopping And Restarting School Buses To Cut Emissions
259 Capsules Against Diabetes
260 Arctic Ocean History Is Deciphered By Ocean-drilling Research Team
261 Science makes identifying remains easier
262 The Case of Terri Schiavo
263 Icebergs--Oases Of The Ocean
264 No More Black Holes?
265 Why Cities are Uprooting Trees
266 Search for Life at Top of the World
267 Pirouette or Plod?
268 Artificial Societies and Virtual Violence
269 Converting DVD into HD DVD
270 Healing Blood Vessels
271 iPhone Total Cost of Ownership: Up to $5,914.76
272 Researchers May Remake Neanderthal DNA
273 Apple Makes iTunes the Activation Agent for New iPhone
274 Texas-Sized Supercomputer to Break Computing Power Record
275 How Fish Keep Each Other in Line
276 RSS Pioneer Unveils TwitterGram, Twitter Meets Podcasting
277 Report: Hot rocks keep N. America afloat
278 Europe hit by killer heatwave and floods
279 Mother nature aiding firefighters in massive California blaze
280 NASA's Glitch-Plagued Dawn Mission Slated for July 7 Launch
281 Crater Could Solve 1908 Tunguska Meteor Mystery
282 NASA Details Plan to Open ISS for Outside Use
283 Pygmy hippo draws attention at Paris zoo
284 Intercytex artificial skin heals wounds in tests
285 Report: S. Korea extracts gas hydrate
286 Egyptologists think they have Hatshepsut's mummy
287 'Power Couples' Meet in Cities, Study Finds
288 NYC eateries ready for trans fat switch
289 Portion-Control Dishware Helps Obese Diabetics Lose Weight
290 More vitamin D can put more pep in seniors' steps
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