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1 UN issues desertification warning
2 'Ghost fishing' killing seabirds
3 NASA readies for asteroid mission
4 The return of the Viking warship
5 Arctic diary: Tracking wolves
6 Cyber-bullying gathers pace in US
7 Social sites battle for new users
8 iPhone Blogging for Dollars
9 New frontiers in journalism
10 Cultural past of the digital age
11 Vitamin C 'benefits diabetics'
12 New stem cell could aid research
13 Heatwaves will 'boost death rate'
14 Obesity to fuel Alzheimer's rise
15 U.N. report: Desertification a threat
16 Rare sturgeon spawning seen in S. Dakota
17 Bald Eagle No Longer Endangered
18 Bigfoot Fans Plan Michigan Expedition
19 Rare Sturgeon Spawning Seen In S. Dakota
20 Lucy Fossil Approved For US Tour
21 In Mass., Test Of Pioneering Health Plan
22 Short-Acting Insulin Not Short Enough?
23 Facts And Myths About 'Roid Rage
24 Permanent Makeup May Have Risks
25 Scientists: Stem Cells Created From Eggs
26 Antidepressants Not Big Risk For Defects
27 Tiger Woods Discusses Fitness Routine
28 FDA Advisers Give OK For Heart Device
29 Meningitis Shot Advised For Ages 11-18
30 Study: With Calcium, Food Trumps Pills
31 All in one pocket: iPhone weds cellphone, camera, iPod, Internet
32 Bald eagle is set to lose 'threatened' tag
33 The man who saves the National Park vistas
34 Bald eagle set to soar again
35 Bald Eagles Rebound After 40 Years on Endangered Species List
36 Eagles' Comeback Becomes Official
37 Don't Get Greedy: Only Two iPhones To A Customer
38 Laying siege to iPhone stores
39 Briefly: Apple Stores Stay Open Late Friday
40 AT&T to customers: One iPhone per person
41 Apple Store "Sleepover" for one reason only--to oversee iPhone arrival
42 How To: Survival Guide to iDay
43 FTC is neutral on net neutrality
44 FTC deals blow to network neutrality
45 Microsoft releases beta of 2 web-based applications
46 Google Eyes Enterprise Search
47 Google enlists Ingram Micro to advance enterprise push
48 Google partners with Dell, Ingram Micro to boost Search Appliance sales
49 Internet Radio's 'Royal' Mess
50 Tiny Web radio stations squawk over royalty fees
51 One-Third of Teens Are Cyberbullied
52 I'm, Like, So Being Harassed Online
53 Web time increases risk of 'cyberbullying,' study finds
54 Pew: One-third of online teens harassed
55 IBM Announces Blue Gene Next
56 Google Announces Beta Version of Google Desktop for Linux
57 Google Desktop goes Linux
58 Google Desktop meets Linux
59 Google Desktop finally out for Linux
60 Google Desktop goes Linux
61 IPhone accessory market set for slow start
62 AP: "iPhone Accessories Galore"--Reuters: "iPhone Accessories Nonexistent"
63 Accessory makers ready for iPhone launch
64 IPhone accessory market set for slow start
65 A Note About iPhone Accessories
66 Has Apple Licenced Microsoft's ActiveSync?
67 Rumor: iPhone to support Microsoft Exchange
68 Apple to license Exchange ActiveSync from Microsoft for iPhone?
69 Mary Jo Foley: Apple's Mac OS X Leopard looks like Microsoft's Windows Vista
70 Antidepressants don't raise birth risks, studies find
71 No Link Found Between SSRIs and Congenital Heart Disease
72 Stem cells without destroying an embryo
73 Future Unclear for Stem Cell Research in US
74 Stem cell scientists find almost perfect human match in mice
75 Scientists Discover Embryonic Stem Cell
76 Permanent Makeup Isn't Always Pretty
77 Permanent makeup can disfigure long term: report
78 Makeup ink may cause long-lasting disfigurement
79 Meningitis shot advised for ages 11-18
80 15 minutes and free swab later, know your HIV status
81 New law allows HIV tests with just spoken consent
82 Autism cause partially reversed in mice
83 Research shows way for drug therapy for autism
84 An active brain may help keep Alzheimer's at bay
85 Keeping the brain busy can help stave off Alzheimer's, study finds
86 One in 10 Hospice Patients Referred "Too Late," Study Shows
87 Penn researchers develop new method for screening drug-resistant forms of HIV
88 Natural signal holds promise for psoriasis, age-related skin damage
89 New dynamic brace developed to advance clubfoot treatment
90 Study Shows Surgery Is More Effective Than Other Treatments for Common Back Problem
91 Biovest announces interim blinded data of fast-tracked pivotal phase 3 clinical trial of BiovaxID
92 Rheumatologists overestimate physical disability of rheumatoid arthritis patients
93 Exercise stimulates the formation of new brain cells
94 Hib vaccine: A critical ally in Asia's effort to reduce child deaths
95 Research Says Sugar Coated Proteins Seal in a Memory of Diabetes
96 New vaccine may provide broader protection against cervical cancer
97 It's not too late to change--lowering cardiac risk later in life
98 RNA may play larger role in cell's gene activity, Stanford researchers find
99 Common hip condition may not always cause osteoarthritis in some racial groups
100 Patient choice and treatment alternatives for arthritis
101 Loss of cell's 'antenna' linked to cancer's development
102 Needle-stick injuries are common but unreported by surgeons in training
103 Bright future for nano-sized light source
104 Tectonic signatures at Aeolis Mensae
105 Branding matters--even when searching
106 The newest AI computing tool: people
107 Nanotech hitchhikers in blood
108 Wood ant queen has no egg-laying monopoly
109 Early environmental exposure may accelerate age-related neurodegeneration
110 University of Colorado readies for NASA climate change, ozone mission in tropics
111 NOAA Scientists to Search Tropical Skies for Answers on Climate Change, Ozone Loss
112 Green Chemistry: New Recipes Really Work
113 How Whales Attack Squid: Mystery Deepens
114 Bald Eagle Set to Soar Off Protected List
115 Exercise Grows New Brain Cells
116 Home Appliance Provides Earthquake Warning
117 Mars and Earth: Different to the Core
118 Huge Dust Storm Breaks Out on Mars
119 Bald Eagles Soar Off Endangered Species List, But Is Act Weakened?
120 Coral Reef Fish Starve Themselves to Maintain Social Order
121 Tycoon succeeds in 'genome transplant'
122 DNA shows domestic cat had origins in Near East
123 Changes to US laws threaten endangered species
124 Blood cells can raft nanoparticles around the body
125 Cell 'hair' loss may help cancers spread
126 Dental robot chews over a toothy problem
127 New mouse stem cell is just like ours
128 Naps can't compete with a night's sleep
129 Nuclear rockets could cut cost of Moon base
130 Global warming will increase world death rate
131 Hubble Catches Jupiter Changing Its Stripes
132 Loss of Cell's "Antenna" Linked to Cancer's Development
133 PhD Student to Study Ocean's Garbage--Up-close and Personally
134 Study Sees Climate Change Impact on Alaska
135 Likely Spread of Deserts to Fertile Land Requires Quick Response, U.N. Report Says
136 When the Workout Brings Out the Crowd
137 Study Finds Many Injuries to Surgeons Go Unreported
138 Wider Sale Is Seen for Toothpaste Tainted in China
139 Antidepressants Rated Low Risk in Pregnancy
140 Wilderness almost non-existent on planet Earth: study
141 Bright future for nanowire light source
142 Researchers find 'missing link' stem cells
143 Scientists find that Earth and Mars are different to the core
144 The newest AI computing tool: people
145 Exercise stimulates the formation of new brain cells
146 Tectonic signatures at Aeolis Mensae
147 It's not too late to change--lowering cardiac risk later in life
148 U.N. Report: Desertification a Threat
149 Dracula's revenge: rabies deadly, but not for bats that carry it
150 An alternative theory on cancer
151 NASA Mars Rover Ready for Descent Into Crater
152 Summer Moon Illusion
153 Pioneering Galapagos Trip for Cambridge Geologists
154 Should You Buy an iPhone?
155 IBM Triples Performance of World's Fastest Supercomputer
156 A new calculation code opens new possibilities in nuclear reactor modelling
157 South Korea enforces new law to curb cyber bullying
158 Universities to Launch Language Center
159 UF to release parasitic fly to combat 'evil weevil' destroying native bromeliads
160 The Architecture of Globalization
161 Bald Eagle Comes Off Endangered List
162 Branding matters--even when searching
163 Wood ant queen has no egg-laying monopoly
164 Rare Sturgeon Spawning Seen in S. Dakota
165 Lucy Fossil Approved for US Tour
166 Czech zoo in bid to save rhinos from extinction
167 RNA may play larger role in cell's gene activity
168 Researchers develop new method for screening drug-resistant forms of HIV
169 Loss of cell's 'antenna' linked to cancer's development
170 New vaccine may provide broader protection against cervical cancer
171 Public says sexuality is predetermined
172 Natural signal holds promise for psoriasis, age-related skin damage
173 Study shows surgery is more effective than other treatments for common back problem
174 Research Says Sugar Coated Proteins Seal in a Memory of Diabetes
175 A little anger might be a good thing
176 Psychiatrists most gifted by drug makers
177 Brain scans show meditation changes minds, increases attention
178 Home glucose tests may not help
179 FDA Advisers Give OK for Heart Device
180 Study: With Calcium, Food Trumps Pills
181 Alzheimer's drug begins human trials
182 Exploring The Sounds Of Silence
183 Study: Bats host virus dangerous to humans
184 Respiratory tularemia treatment created
185 New allergy therapy is developed
186 Scientists solve ALS protein mystery
187 Lyme Disease Cases More Than Double Since 1991
188 Not All Antioxidants Are Created Equal
189 Egypt's Lost Queen: First Identification Of A Pharaoh Found In The Valley Of The Kings Since King Tut
190 Global Change And Mass Extinction: Discovering New Solutions For A Big Problem
191 Frequent Brain Stimulation In Old Age Reduces Risk Of Alzheimer's Disease
192 Mathematicians Discover A Simple Way To Formulate Complex Scientific Results
193 Global Climate Change And Toxic Chemicals: A Potentially Lethal Combination
194 Prairie Cordgrass For Cellulosic Ethanol Production
195 New Drug Resistance Found In River Blindness: Parasite Could Re-emerge As Major Scourge
196 Scientists Discover A New Bat Virus In Humans
197 NASA Prepares For Performing New Science On The Moon
198 Scientists Discover Role Of Enzyme In DNA Repair
199 National Radio Observatory Teams With NASA Gamma-Ray Satellite
200 Improving Colorectal Cancer Treatment
201 Chemists Move Closer To Solving Lou Gehrig's Disease Mystery
202 Rolls-Royce Acquires License To Use Iowa State Discovery That Improves Jet Engines
203 Proteins' Role In Coronary Heart Disease
204 Letting Plants 'Talk' To You
205 Brain Boosters
206 Monitoring the Brain in 3-D
207 Handwritten Passwords
208 Hans Reiser: Once a Linux Visionary, Now Accused of Murder
209 Grape Expectations: Vines May Love Vivaldi
210 Robot Uprising: Death Comes to the Robotarium X
211 Strong Laws, Smart Tech Can Stop Abusive 'Data Reuse'
212 Private Facebook Pages Are Not So Private
213 Not Just for Retailers, RFID Helps Track Rainforest Wildlife
214 Middle School Students Build Design, Build, and Play their Own Guitars
215 Life of a Yakuza's Daughter
216 WMG Chief Poo-Poos Plummeting CD Sales
217 Amidst Marked Declines, Bronfman Displays Strong Optimism
218 Chemicals that Keep Cells from Killing Themselves
219 Cycle Speakers for iPod
220 Parking Meter Rings Your Phone When Time's Up
221 Metallica Attorney: The Record Business Is Over
222 Domestic cats may have ancient roots
223 Scientists: Stem cells created from eggs
224 Opportunity To Embark On Risky Crater Descent
225 Replacing a genome boosts race to develop designer bugs: study
226 Scientists swap genes in bacteria
227 'Missing link' stem cells may shorten path to therapies
228 Florida firm launching air taxi service
229 Japanese gadget can predict tremors before they hit
230 US: Chinese seafood detained for safety
231 Overweight elderly don't have higher death rates
232 School Nurses Key to Preventing Heart Disease
233 Moms, Dads With MS Equal Transmitters of Disease
234 Egypt outlaws all female circumcision
235 An active brain may help keep Alzheimer's at bay
236 Potential cure for HIV discovered