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1 Lovelock urges ocean climate fix
2 Therapy to slow down liver damage
3 Ofcom looks to future of fast net
4 Sketching out a better gaming future
5 In defence of computer games
6 Heavy exercise miscarriage link
7 Caffeine painkiller risk claimed
8 Shock at archbishop condom claim
9 Woman has baby in eight minutes
10 Scientists Find New Species In Vietnam
11 Seeds Of Life: Secrets Of The Soil
12 Power Harnessed, One Step At A Time
13 EPA Expected To Approve Toxic Pesticide
14 Asteroid Exploration Is About To "Dawn"
15 Teen Finds Her Flickr Image On Bus Stop Ad
16 Fake Facebookers Asking For Trouble?
17 Anorexia Stripped Bare
18 New Drug May Make Tumors Self-Destruct
19 Men Are Now Happier Than Women
20 Chronic Anger May Incense Your Heart
21 ADA Gives OK To Chewing Gum
22 Fruits And Veggies Don't Cut Colon Cancer
23 Photo in the News: Sun Probe Spies New Periodic Comet
24 Why Diabetes Is Worse for Minorities
25 Parts of Greenland ice melting at faster rate
26 Dance preview--Ferocious Beauty: Genome
27 Hubble Telescope to Star in Warner Bros.' IMAX 3D Film
28 Amazon launches digital music store
29 Amazon's MP3 store: Better than iTunes
30 Apple plans to outwit hackers
31 Apple bricking it over unlocked iPhones
32 Relocking Tool on the Way
33 The Dawn spacecraft
34 Sharp develops Blu-ray recorder with terabyte hard drive
35 Sharp to offer Blu-ray recorder with 1-terabyte HDD
36 Unisys said to cover up DHS network breach
37 Mac Virtualization Software Due
38 VMware Battles Back with Fusion 1.1 Beta
39 VMWare fuses 1.1 with Beta 1
40 N/A
41 Virtualize This: The Pleasures of a Virtual PC
42 Routine self breast exams no longer recommended
43 Coronary artery link to tumours
44 Coronary and Colorectal Disease May Be Comorbid
45 Omega-3 fatty acids lower risk of kids' diabetes: study
46 UPDATE 1-Omega-3 fatty acids protect against diabetes-study
47 Omega-3 may reduce type-1 diabetes
48 Omega-3 fatty-acid intake reduces the risk of islet autoimmunity in children at high risk for diabetes
49 Synta says drug delays worsening of skin cancer
50 New Drug May Kill Off Tumors
51 Merck halts study of "ineffective" HIV vaccine
52 Saltwater crocodiles can find their way home
53 Do migratory birds 'see' the magnetic field?
54 Tough enough for Mars, but deinococcus is from Earth
55 Mice teeth explain the troubles with human wisdom teeth
56 Mixing large doses of both acetaminophen painkiller and caffeine may increase risk of liver damage
57 MicroRNA convicted of triggering metastasis
58 Cave records provide clues to climate change
59 New Delft material concept for aircraft wings could save billions
60 Glycemic index values are variable, report researchers
61 Possible safer target for anti-clotting drugs found
62 Discovery supports theory of Alzheimer's disease as form of diabetes
63 Engineered Eggshells to Help Make Hydrogen Fuel
64 Emphasizing the 'precision' in precision agriculture
65 Researchers discover forests of endangered tropical kelp
66 Thriving Hybrid Salamanders Contradict Common Wisdom
67 New Keys to Keeping a Diverse Planet
68 New drug makes weight loss safer
69 Smithsonian scientists working to save microscopic threatened species
70 Simulation Reveals How Body Repairs Balance
71 Life-giving rocks from a depth of 250 km
72 Team demos safety of RNA therapy
73 Digital cable goes quantum
74 World leaders need to remain alert to latest scientific thought on climate change
75 Yale scientists make 2 giant steps in advancement of quantum computing
76 Sodium loses its luster: A liquid metal that's not really metallic
77 Doping technique brings nanomechanical devices into the semiconductor world
78 Possible replacement found for common colorectal cancer test
79 Less invasive lymph node biopsy method could spare thousands unnecessary operations
80 Acupuncture does not reduce radiotherapy-induced nausea, but patients believe it does
81 New type of drug shows promise in attacking melanoma in an innovative way
82 Alcohol and cancer: is drinking the new smoking?
83 Why Quitting May Be Good for You
84 'Re-plumbing' liver helps beat cancer
85 Enzyme's second messenger contributes to cell overgrowth
86 Capsule endoscopy diagnoses more Crohn's disease recurrence after surgery than colonoscopy
87 Carnegie Mellon system makes any digital camera take multibillion-pixel shots
88 Birds May 'See' Earth's Magnetic Fields
89 Firefly's Flash Can Bring Sex or Death
90 Astronomers Spot New 'Halley-Like' Comet
91 Greenland Snowmelt This Year Could Cover U.S. Twice
92 New Plant and Animal Species Discovered in Vietnam
93 Copy of Magna Carta to Be Sold
94 Close Friends Protect Teen Girls From Abusive Boyfriends
95 Caffeine Plus Acetaminophen Toxic for Some
96 Brain Activity Might Point to Early Alzheimer's
97 Microbes 'Trained' to Be Drug Factories
98 'Meteorite' Crash Breeds Mass Hysteria
99 Aussie Crocs Found to Swim Up to 24 Miles Daily
100 Europe plots course for funding navigation system
101 Birds may 'see' magnetic north
102 Tiny RNAs, big problems
103 Mixing the oceans proposed to reduce global warming
104 Vertical ocean pipes could counter global warming
105 Quantum chip rides on superconducting bus
106 Homesick crocodiles make epic return swim
107 Odd object blurs line between comets and asteroids
108 Doping Technique Brings Nanomechanical Devices Into the Semiconductor World
109 Digital Cable Goes Quantum
110 MicroRNA Convicted of Triggering Metastasis
111 Cave Records Provide Clues to Climate Change
112 Science of the Ultra-Small Poised to Bring Gigantic Gains
113 Emphasizing the 'Precision' in Precision Agriculture
114 Enzyme's Second Messenger Contributes to Cell Overgrowth
115 Impact of Arctic Heat Wave Stuns Climate Change Researchers
116 Mixing Large Doses of Both Acetaminophen Painkiller and Caffeine May Increase Risk of Liver Damage
117 Tough Enough for Mars, but Deinococcus is from Earth
118 On the White Path
119 MIT Exoskeleton Bears the Load
120 Gene Tests That Help People Quit Smoking
121 The Future of Computing, According to Intel
122 Fossett Search Turns to Death Valley
123 Fruits, Veggies Won't Lower Colon Cancer Risk
124 Men who smoke risk erectile dysfunction: study
125 Skin cancer drug said to show promise
126 Eleven new animal, plant species found in Vietnam: WWF
127 Vietnam houses new plant, animal species
128 Alligator found walking along LI roadway
129 Facebook users: trading privacy for friends?
130 Space station partners bicker over closure date
131 New material concept for aircraft wings could save billions
132 Discovery supports theory of Alzheimer's disease as form of diabetes
133 Team demos safety of RNA therapy
134 Life-giving rocks from a depth of 250 km
135 MicroRNA convicted of triggering metastasis
136 New system makes any digital camera take multibillion-pixel shots
137 Cave records provide clues to climate change
138 Alcohol and cancer: is drinking the new smoking?
139 Not Much Anonymity for Unprotected File-Sharers: Researchers Examine P2P Networks
140 Giant ocean-based pipes could curb global warming: scientists
141 Researchers discover forests of endangered tropical kelp
142 Doping technique brings nanomechanical devices into the semiconductor world
143 Sodium loses its luster: A liquid metal that's not really metallic
144 Solio to Release Solar Hybrid Charger
145 NIST Debuts Superconducting Quantum Computing Cable
146 Study makes progress in zoning in on biomarkers for better colon cancer treatment
147 Study of bone marrow stem cells in multiple sclerosis
148 Experimental drug shows promise in advanced kidney cancer
149 Enzyme's second messenger contributes to cell overgrowth
150 Why quitting may be good for you
151 3-D avatar may help doctors improve care
152 New animal and plant species found in Vietnam
153 Smithsonian scientists working to save microscopic threatened species
154 Mice teeth explain the troubles with human wisdom teeth
155 New molecular clock indicates smallpox evolved earlier than believed
156 Saltwater crocodiles find their way home
157 Model for the assembly of advanced, single-molecule-based electronic components developed at Pitt
158 'Jumping genes' could make for safer gene delivery system
159 Plants can be used to study how and why people respond differently to drugs
160 Software Takes Aim at Altered Photos
161 Engineered Eggshells To Help Make Hydrogen Fuel
162 1 in 3 Parents Say Kids Online Too Much
163 Online Gambling Law Challenged
164 News Site Digg Adds Filtering Options
165 World leaders need to remain alert to latest scientific thought on climate change
166 Group Buys Swath of Virgin Islands Land
167 North America's northernmost lake affected by global warming
168 'Remarkable' Drop in Arctic Sea Ice Raises Questions
169 Blowing a Hole in a Comet: Take 2
170 Poll: Many Pessimistic About Environment
171 Spinning slowly in the web
172 Yale scientists make 2 giant steps in advancement of quantum computing
173 Sports drinks face junk food label
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