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1 Millisecond look at basket best for jump shot
2 Briefcase picks up bomb residues
3 Bees smother enemies to death
4 Experts call for DNA restrictions
5 State loses car climate-link case
6 Rare honour for Indian geologist
7 In pictures: Machu Picchu relics
8 O2 wins iPhone contract in the UK
9 Famous cheese faces website probe
10 Virtual worlds open up to blind
11 Female smokers 'risk spotty face'
12 Many 'imagine' food intolerance
13 How mutant gene causes fragile X
14 Zanzibar: A drug-fuelled paradise?
15 Pillow talk
16 MSU science experiement [sic] orbits the earth
17 Discoveries: Enzyme finding could help lead to better smelling wine and water [et al.]
18 Sensors Monitor Diabetes Round The Clock
19 Novel Tonsillectomy May Cut Pain, Bleeding
20 Meteorite Blamed For Peruvians' Illnesses
21 When Riding Escalator, Beware Of "Crocs"
22 Americans Prefer Food Made In U.S.
23 Diabetics Try New Round-The-Clock Sensor
24 Bone Drug Cuts Deaths, Breaks In Elderly
25 Health Care Spending Highest In Northeast
26 Search For Adventurer Fossett Cut Back
27 Twenty-Five Years Of :-)
28 Learning Architecture In A Virtual World
29 MySpace Will Use Member Info To Tailor Ads
30 Languages Racing to Extinction in 5 Global "Hotspots"
31 Role of Gene Therapy In Death Called Unclear
32 Apple Says IPhone to Be Sold in the U.K. With O2 (Update6)
33 AMD Plans To Ship Triple-Core Desktop Processor
34 AMD Adds Triple-Core Processors to Roadmap
35 IBM To Offer Free Office Software In Challenge To Microsoft
36 IBM's free Symphony hopes to drown out Office's brass band
37 IBM takes on Microsoft Office again with Lotus Symphony
38 I.B.M. to Offer Office Software Free in Challenge to Microsoft's Line
39 Free IBM Software Is Bid to Challenge Microsoft Office
40 IBM's attacks Microsoft with an OpenOffice symphony
41 Google Presentations gets the green light
42 Google adds presentations app to hosted suite
43 First Look: Google Docs...Now With Presentations
44 Google AdSense for Mobile
45 Sony Denies Chip Operations Sale
46 Sony denies chip operations sale
47 Nokia eyes mobile e-mail, unveils business phone
48 Repair to Discovery may delay scheduled flight
49 Thunderbird Flies: Mozilla Spins off E-mail Client
50 Echoes of Firefox: Thunderbird spun off by Mozilla Foundation
51 Online criminals target Facebook and virtual worlds
52 Cybercriminals Lurk In Dark Corners Of Trusted Web Sites
53 Hackers Leak Antipiracy Vendor's E-Mail
54 Antipiracy Group Suffers Email Leak
55 Eclipse Gets Into PHP
56 Eclipse adds PHP tools to open-source lineup
57 Adobe Reflects on 25 Years, Looks to Future
58 Surprise: Adobe may not update CS3 in time for Leopard launch
59 Adobe CS3 Not Ready For OS X Leopard
60 Annual Infusion of Zoledronic Acid (Reclast) Cuts Risk After Hip Repair
61 Resistance And Aerobic Exercise Help Diabetics, Canadian Study
62 Study: The Best Exercise for Diabetes
63 Exercise aids blood sugar levels
64 Hand Washing Frequency Dips in U.S.
65 Study: Americans' hands getting dirtier
66 Superbug fears kill off doctors' white coats
67 Less pain, bleeding with newer tonsil surgery
68 Technique Offers Safer Tonsil Removal
69 New Tonsil Surgery Has Better Outcome
70 Fatigue; result of Enterovirus
71 Chronic fatigue syndrome may be linked to stomach virus
72 Living with chronic fatigue
73 Gene Mutation Linked to Parkinson's Disease
74 Genetic Mutation Speeds Onset of Parkinson's Disease
75 Gene abnormality linked to early-onset Parkinson's
76 GBA Mutations Linked to Early-Onset Parkinson's Disease
77 Gene Mutations Speed Up Parkinson's Disease
78 Four ways to handle ragweed allergies
79 Children in Developed Countries Almost Twice as Likely to Develop Asthma
80 Ads for HPV vaccine yanked
81 Whatever happened to 'An Ounce of Prevention?'
82 Cancer screening doesn't offer all the answers
83 Cyprian honeybees kill their enemy by smothering them
84 UT researcher sheds new light on hybrid animals
85 Hygiene habits stall: Public handwashing down
86 UT-ORNL governor's chair unlocks secrets of protein folding
87 Groundbreaking Canada-US study proves link between emissions and mercury pollution in fish
88 If you think cancer genes are simple, you don't know JAK
89 A new technology for cancer screening listens for the signs of cancer
90 Test for lung cancer looks for discomforting quiet among protective genes
91 Sweet smell
92 Understanding Heart Disease: Research Explains Link Between Cholesterol and Heart Disease
93 A study proposes a new universal rule to explain the equilibrium of plant populations
94 T vs. B: Re-engineered human T cells effectively target and kill cancerous B cells
95 Alternative methods proposed to detect pesticides and antibiotics in water and natural food
96 Toward a faster prenatal test for Down syndrome
97 Why conservation efforts often fail
98 Researchers Genetically Engineer Microorganisms into Tiny Factories
99 Penn engineers design computer memory in nanoscale form that retrieves data 1,000 times faster
100 New nanoparticle vaccine is more effective but less expensive
101 Health-related spam
102 Scientists reveal DNA-enzyme interaction with first ever real time footage
103 Bone-Growing Nanomaterial Could Improve Orthopaedic Implants
104 New Research Seeks to Enhance Quality and Security of Wireless Telemedicine
105 Research overturns accepted notion of neutron's electrical properties
106 New microsensor measures volatile organic compounds in water and air on-site
107 Advance by chemists may lead to better displays on laptop computers, cell phones
108 New antibiotic drug combo to speed up treatment of tuberculosis
109 A Warm South Pole? Yes, on Neptune!
110 Gene abnormality tied to getting Parkinson's disease at a younger age
111 Both aerobic and resistance exercise improved blood sugar control in people with diabetes
112 Liver cancer marker could yield blood test for early detection
113 Blood protein detects lung cancer, even at earliest stage
114 Weekly dose of osteoporosis drug prevents bone loss after breast cancer treatment
115 Less than one-third of women aware of landmark hormone therapy study, Stanford researcher finds
116 Mayo Clinic study indicates medication for ADHD may help student outcomes
117 Life on Mars 'pregnancy test' successfully launched
118 New noses for transsexuals
119 Amazing new gallbladder op
120 UK bans doctors' coats
121 Supplement use vindicated
122 Bananas help depression, retina
123 Internet kills Chinese man
124 Yes to coma feeding, says Pope
125 Increasing disease risk: meat
126 Eyes Can't Resist Beautiful People
127 Sleeping Babies' Brains Buzz
128 Parking Lots Outnumber People, Add to Pollution
129 Number of Lefties Bounces Back
130 Bees Trained as Bomb Sniffers
131 Nebraska State Senator Sues God
132 World's Oldest Man Turns 112
133 Why Whales Developed Sonar
134 Digital 'Smiley Face' Turns 25 :-)
135 Source of Neptune's Hot Spots Found
136 Got Crocs? Be Careful on the Escalator
137 Belgium for Sale on EBay
138 Discovery Changes Understanding of Neutrons
139 Doctor Robots Play 'Operation' Game
140 Surprise Strategy: Bees Smother Enemies
141 The Greatest Threat to Children: Parents
142 May/December Couples Boost Human Lifespan
143 Mars 'Pregnancy Test' Orbits Earth
144 Milky Way Companions Just Passing Through
145 The Enduring Mysteries of the Moon
146 Hybrid Car Sales Up by 49 Percent
147 Fish in space help studies of balance disorders
148 Cooler weather favours Chinese locusts
149 Arctic sea ice at record low
150 Microsoft loses antitrust appeal
151 Milky Way keeps a light grip on speedy neighbours
152 Invention: Truck-bomb trap [et al.]
153 Honeybees gang up to smother deadly hornets
154 Mechanical mole could seek out disaster survivors
155 Shipping smoke plumes cool the atmosphere
156 Antimatter molecule could lead to ultra-powerful laser
157 Car companies avoid huge climate change payout
158 Simple blood test spots early stage lung cancer
159 Microsensor Measures Water and Air Pollutants On-Site
160 How Scientists Can Communicate Ethically With Lay Audiences
161 Cell Death in Sparrow Brains May Provide Clues in Age-related Human Diseases
162 New Cell Death Pathway Involved in Sperm Development
163 Scientists Find That the Pleasantness of an Odor Can be Predicted
164 Cellulose-Munching Microbe at Heart of New Bioethanol Company
165 Toward a Faster Prenatal Test for Down Syndrome
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