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1 Age difference key to having most kids
2 Pseudoarchaeology says Vikings came to Australia
3 Antarctic ozone hole appears early
4 Rare dolphin 'sighted' in China
5 Sensor rise powers life recorders
6 Orchids date to time of the dinos
7 US astronauts 'did not fly drunk'
8 'Spider-man' suit secret revealed
9 Foot-and-mouth's lessons learned
10 Call to regulate the net rejected
11 Apple launches TV service in UK
12 Study Questions School Defibrillators
13 Easier To Get Botox Than Skin Cancer Test
14 Eyelash Transplants: New Beauty Option
15 Moldy Home = Depressed Dweller?
16 Are Bad Memories Easier To Remember?
17 SUVs Show Rollover Improvements
18 NASA: There Were No Drunk Astronauts
19 Cold Turkey In Mexico
20 Cold Case in Vienna: Who Killed Beethoven?
21 Global Survey: Husbands Do Less Housework
22 New Arthritis Drugs: Skin Cancer Risk
23 Star System Soaked With 'Rain'
24 Orchids likely decorated dinosaur stomping grounds
25 Photo in the News: First Orchid Fossil Found in Amber
26 Supersonic "Hail" Seeds Star Systems With Water
27 Mars Rovers Go Back to Work
28 Rare Japanese Wildcat Edging Closer to Extinction
29 Yangtse dolphin is no dodo
30 Microsoft promises less-annoying Vista OS early next year
31 Microsoft eyes early 2008 release for Vista update
32 Windows Vista Service Pack 1: It's alive
33 No Evidence of Drunken Astronauts, NASA Says
34 New Nokia Services, Gadgets Aim at Apple
35 Why Apple Can't Stop iPhone Hackers
36 Apple, AT&T And The iPhone Unlocking Saga
37 New IPods Expected From Apple Next Week
38 The Next iPod
39 Apple focusing its business segments around Mac OS X--analyst
40 RUMOR: Apple to debut wireless iTunes Store sales direct to iPod, iPhone next Wednesday
41 Handicapping Apple's iPod launch
42 Is Apple inviting us to a launch?
43 EarthLink's Wi-Fi dreams may be fading
44 City disconnecting from Wi-Fi vision
45 Thoughts on the decline of EarthLink--and a way for them to come back
46 Ahead of the Bell: Earthlink
47 Boeing Wins Big NASA Contract
48 Is Google getting ready to unlease the 'gPhone'?
49 Bee dates orchids back to time of dinosaurs
50 Busy bee solves orchid mystery
51 Microsoft blames WGA meltdown on human error
52 Microsoft cites human error in anti-piracy malfunction
53 West Nile hits more people, mosquitoes and birds in Illinois
54 Hypnosis Eases Pain of Breast Cancer Surgery
55 U.S. clears Roche blood test for West Nile virus
56 Stem cell transplant advance 'thrilling'
57 What No One Tells You When You're Tested for Prostate Cancer
58 Regular cancer tests 'do not aid detection of tumours'
59 Married Men Slack on Chores
60 Smoking turns on genes--permanently
61 First orchid fossil puts showy blooms at some 80 million years old
62 Flies prefer fizzy drinks
63 U-M researchers dispute widely held ideas about stem cells
64 Who will recover spontaneously from hepatitis C virus infection
65 NASA Study will Help Stop Stowaways to Mars
66 You're likely to order more calories at a 'healthy' restaurant
67 Researchers discover new strategies for antibiotic resistance
68 Researchers find new taste in fruit flies: carbonated water
69 Gene regulation in humans is closer than expected to simple organisms
70 Amber specimen captures ancient chemical battle
71 Discovery could help stop malaria at its source--the mosquito
72 Collaborative Cross attracting diverse genetics experiments
73 Device helps patients survive, regain function til transplant
74 Cancer Researchers at the University of Pennsylvania Discover What Makes Lymphomas Tick
75 St. Jude finds factors that accelerate resistance to targeted therapy in lymphoblastic leukemia
76 OSU 'sweet' biofuels research goes down on the farm
77 Now it's not just Spiderman that can scale the Empire State Building
78 Supersonic 'Rain' Falls on Newborn Star
79 Flaxseed shows potential to reduce hot flashes
80 Researchers identify a role for glucose-sensing neurons in type 2 diabetes
81 New male sling procedure helps prostate cancer survivors who suffer from urinary incontinence
82 Cocaine Use Related to Level of Education Achieved
83 Biosensors to probe the metals menace
84 Researchers aim to make Internet bandwidth a global currency
85 Novel Method Enables Genomic Screening of Blood Vessels from Patient Tissue
86 Controlling Bandwidth in the Clouds
87 Bionic Arm Powered by Rockets
88 Star System Soaked With 'Rain'
89 Scientists Ruminate on Cow Stomach Fluid for Fuel Cells
90 Take a Deep Breath, and Thank a Volcano
91 Boyfriends Do More Housework Than Husbands
92 Orchids Dated to Dinosaur Era
93 Planet Formation Mystery Solved
94 Phoenix to Set Heat Record: 29 Days of 110+
95 Pathologist: Doctor Murdered Beethoven
96 Stressed-Out Moms Carry Babies on the Right
97 Japan to Research Internet Replacement
98 Iceman Died From Head Trauma, Not Arrow
99 Dolphin Thought Extinct Spotted in China
100 Amber preserves rare orchid pollen
101 Smoking stays in your genes after you quit
102 Leaf 'sweat glands' to worsen future flooding
103 Supersonic 'rain' pelts planet-forming disc
104 Orchid fossil reveals flowers' domination of Earth
105 Men with younger women have more children
106 Ad-hoc network probes links for smoother calls
107 Bugs blur the species boundary
108 SciVees To Bring Science to the YouTube Generation
109 Collaborative Cross Attracting Diverse Genetics Experiments
110 Researchers Identify A Role for Glucose-Sensing Neurons in Type 2 Diabetes
111 Supersonic 'Rain' Falls on Newborn Star: Forming Solar System Deluged with Oceans of Water
112 Researchers Dispute Widely Held Ideas About Stem Cells
113 Mars Rovers Begin Atmospheric Observations
114 Student Hopes to Break Human Land Speed Record
115 2007 Young Innovator: Xudong Wang, 31
116 Saving Power in Handhelds
117 Personalized Embryonic Stem Cells for Sale
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