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1 DNA testing IVF embryos can be risky
2 Deadly tide takes toll on coral
3 Australia protects rock art, but some to be moved
4 Warning of data ticking time bomb
5 Yawning may keep us 'on the ball'
6 Gadgets 'threaten energy savings'
7 Sensitive giant probes atomic world
8 Saucers in the sky
9 'Fishcams' make their case
10 Hackers lift the bonnet on iPhone
11 How is a controlled explosion carried out?
12 SAP admits Oracle data downloads
13 Complementary therapy hampers IVF
14 Expensive 'fertility aid' fails
15 Diabetes eating disorder warning
16 Self-harm: One young person speaks out
17 Fake menopause can cheat cancer
18 Japan may have oldest whale fossil
19 Pollution leaves 200,000 without water
20 New tasks given to old NASA spacecraft
21 Are Poachers Nabbing Galapagos Tortoises?
22 Hot Fuel Costing Consumers Big Bucks?
23 SUVs, Minivans, Pickups Flunk Crash Tests
24 Japan May Have Oldest Whale Fossil
25 Chinese Villagers Eat Dinosaur Bones
26 Pollution Leaves 200,000 Without Water
27 New Tasks Given To Old NASA Spacecraft
28 Surge Of Dead Seabirds Alarms Scientists
29 Some Therapies May Cut Pregnancy Chances
30 Don't Get Burned On Your Holiday BBQ
31 Eat Some Chocolate, For Your Heart
32 Some Therapies May Hurt Pregnancy Chance
33 Egypt Attempts To Curb Smoking In Public
34 Screening May Affect Embryos' Viability
35 Study: Better Equipment Can Cut Illness
36 Genetic screening fails women trying for IVF birth
37 NASA Recycles Old Spacecraft for New Missions
38 Apple creaming profits on iPhone
39 Apple Rises on iPhone Margin Report
40 Google Gets Web Phone Service
41 Bald eagles coming back strong
42 Waiting for Applemania in Germany
43 Universal Refutes Apple's iTunes Negotiations Claim
44 Universal Music/Vivendi divorces from iTunes
45 Study: More American Households Have Broadband Connections
46 Toshiba Web-Enables HD Disc Player
47 Apple's iPhone Margins Could Hit 55.6%, Says iSuppli
48 Apple's iPhone profit margin greater than 50%
49 Hello, Magna: Apple's iPhone contains surprise component
50 Ins and Outs of the EU
51 Risque EU defends Internet orgasm clip
52 Massachusetts adds Open XML to open formats list
53 Massachusetts Opens The Door To Microsoft In Office Formats Battle
54 State will keep Office after Microsoft makes change in software
55 Loopy quantums reveal successive universes
56 Dark chocolate in a medicinal light
57 Dark Chocolate May Help Blood Pressure
58 Did insulin overdose kill?
59 Chicago police probe insulin overdose case
60 Chicago Police Probe High Insulin Levels
61 Embryo screening makes IVF pregnancy harder
62 Loss Of Sense Of Smell Could Predict Alzheimer's, New Study
63 Weaker Sense of Smell May Signal Alzheimer's
64 Scratch And Sniff To Find Alzheimer's Risk
65 Scientists Find Way to Block Weight Gain in Stressed People
66 Researchers make mice loose weight here, gain there
67 As Costs of Drugs Shift to Consumers, Spending Drops
68 Study finds higher drug costs discourage use
69 Analysis: As co-pay rises, drugs use drops
70 Exposure To Cats A Bigger Problem Than People Realize
71 Cats Can Hamper Breathing Even in Non-Allergic
72 Salmonella Blamed On Chiese [sic] Ingredients
73 Hawaii consumers warned of snacks, toothpaste
74 Complex ART procedures more likely to lead to umbilical cord abnormality
75 Common environmental chemicals in diet affect fetal ovarian development
76 New 'asthma gene' could lead to new therapies
77 Germany's embryo protection law is 'killing embryos rather than protecting them'
78 Complementary therapy for infertile women may reduce chances of pregnancy
79 Researchers identify genetic mutation that may alter tumor cell proliferation
80 UNH researchers prove existence of new type of electron wave
81 ESF helps Europe play lead role in new age of astronomical discovery
82 A pioneering study analyzes the relationship between fashion and art, and the role of clothes as a reflection of social values
83 Alternative medicines need to be considered in diabetes management
84 Is the treatment of Parkinson's disease possible with a new neurotrophic factor in the future?
85 Gene linked with childhood asthma is identified, giving hope for new therapies
86 Acrux announces positive clinical trial resultswith [sic] combination contraceptive sprays
87 Asians lose virginity later
88 Chocolate lowers blood pressure
89 Bullied teens take pain-killers
90 No negligence in boy's death
91 Antibodies could fight SARS
92 Beijing gasping for air
93 Over 500 ill after immunisation
94 Oops! Those Bones We Ate? Dinosuars, Not Dragons!
95 A Bite of Chocolate a Day May Keep Blood Pressure at Bay
96 Piranha Caught in North Carolina River
97 New Theory on How Twins Form
98 Largest Flying Bird Could Barely Get off Ground, Fossils Show
99 Photo in the News: Rare Monkeys Spotted in Vietnam
100 Dodo Skeleton Found on Island, May Yield Extinct Bird's DNA
101 Before Big Bang: Light Shed on "Previous Universe"
102 Ancient "Salt Cured" Man Found in Iranian Mine
103 AIDS harms the environment
104 Saturn's moon: a dirty sponge
105 Doubt cast on fertility technique
106 Smart apes spit
107 Craters preserved on spongy Saturn moon
108 Rat-brained robot thinks like the real thing
109 New antidotes may combat deadliest poisons
110 Micro-generator feeds on good vibrations
111 Stem cells toughen up fetus's brittle bones
112 Hormones affect men's sense of fair play
113 Costly fertility treatment may reduce births
114 Spitting orang-utans solve nutty problem
115 Summertime. Fish Jumping. That's Trouble.
116 Testing Whether the Crunch Is All It's Cracked Up to Be
117 Companies Giving Green an Office
118 F.D.A. Approves a Hip Resurfacing Implant
119 Hint of Chocolate Holds a Reward
120 Clever orangutans confirm Aesop's fable
121 Google buys Internet telephone firm GrandCentral
122 Pollution Leaves 200,000 Without Water
123 New Tasks Given to Old NASA Spacecraft
124 The ocean surface, a whole world in motion
125 Malaysian astronaut to conduct cancer research in space
126 New vibration powered generator for wireless systems
127 Google-DoubleClick Deal Draws Criticism
128 Tech Firms Tap Into the 'Green' Movement
129 Total HD High-Def Disc Launch Delayed
130 Deutsche Telekom lands iPhone licence for Germany: report
131 Microscale Chemical Factory
132 Chinese Villagers Eat Dinosaur Bones
133 Cheating has long-term consequences in the evolution of cooperation
134 Surge of Dead Seabirds Alarms Scientists
135 Loss of scent sense linked to Alzheimer's
136 Jellyfish Population Explosion Leads To New Use For Waste Creatures
137 Yawning seen to cool the brain
138 Eat To Live: Good news for peanuts?
139 High-performance Energy Storage
140 More Swimmers Means More Pathogens In The Water
141 Scientists Describe How 1918 Influenza Virus Sample Was Exhumed In Alaska
142 Human Antibodies That Block Human And Animal SARS Viruses Identified
143 New Fruit Fly Control Combination More Effective, Longer Lasting
144 ATLAS Upgrade Allows Scientists To Reach Even Further For The Stars
145 Computerized Cervical Cancer Test Increases Detection Rate Of Abnormal Cells
146 A Debate On Smokeless Tobacco
147 U. Of Colorado To Partner On $100 Million Telescope In Chilean Desert
148 Can The Right Potting Mix Replace Fungicide?
149 Could Fungal Collection Hold The Key To New Life-saving Drugs?
150 Polyurethane Plastics From Canola Oil
151 Bacterial Pathogen May Be Key To Understanding Cancer Development
152 Field School Explores 19th Century Digs
153 'But, Herr Einstein, that's nonsense'
154 The Information Insurgency
155 Piranhas are misunderstood victims, say scientists
156 Legs get some altitude to prevent clots
157 Aliens Among Us
158 Aliens Among Us
159 Water Too Hot? Hope for a Hurricane
160 Saturn's Moon Hyperion Is Porous like a Sponge
161 Fact or Fiction?: If the Sky Is Green, Run for Cover--A Tornado Is Coming
162 Strange but True: Antibacterial Products May Do More Harm Than Good
163 China's Bubbly Aquatics Center Nears Completion
164 July 4, 1054: Crab Nebula Makes a Spectacular Debut in the Heavens
165 Steve Wozniak v. Stephen Colbert--and Other Pranks
166 Hype Smackdown: iPhone v. Paris Hilton
167 Straw Filters Water as You Drink
168 IPhone Microscope Hack
169 Bluetooth Dongle with 30 km Range
170 DVD Jon Hacks iPhone: No Activation Required
171 Chinese villagers eat dinosaur bones
172 Turtles to test wireless network
173 Japan may have oldest whale fossil
174 Mars Rovers Lose Power as Massive Dust Storm Grows
175 Key to Giant Space Sponge Revealed
176 NASA Recycles Old Spacecraft for New Missions
177 New tasks given to old NASA spacecraft
178 Clever orangutans confirm Aesop's fable
179 Al Gore's son busted for drugs in hybrid car
180 Daily morsel of dark chocolate cuts blood pressure
181 Review finds nutrition education failing
182 Study finds higher drug costs discourage use
183 When It Comes to Fireworks, Leave the Shows to the Pros
184 Screening IVF Embryos Ineffective for Older Moms
185 Major gene link seen to childhood asthma
186 Small house-style nursing homes get high marks
187 Lab tests throw up new path for Parkinson's
188 Tokyo's isolated elderly risk dying alone: survey