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1 Antarctica once home to bugs and lichen
2 Whiff of ancient oxygen turns back clock
3 Hyperburst may signal something new in cosmos
4 Mouldy old mammoth hair yields DNA
5 Greek recovery 'to take decades'
6 Cheese granted protected status
7 Biofuel trial flight set for 747
8 Mammoth hair produces DNA bounty
9 Orkney tidal power plans unveiled
10 Concorde's spare parts auctioned
11 Vista Rants
12 British Library books go digital
13 Microsoft bows to pressure on XP
14 Apple iPhone warning proves true
15 Simple diabetes breath test hope
16 Centenarians reach a record high
17 How we got to 90
18 A background check for human posterity
19 Cosmic blast may have killed off megafauna
20 Ask Dr. Knowledge: If two pennies are not identical, then what about two atoms of hydrogen?
21 NASA rover reaches first stop in crater
22 Cell Phones Become Star Of Myanmar Revolt [et al.]
23 Group To Plant Cloned Trees From Estates
24 Exotic Parrots Return To Cook Islands
25 NYS Indoor Air Law Reduces Heart Attacks
26 Feds Shut Factory Making Marijuana Snacks
27 Drug Trials Go Unwatched, Study Says
28 FDA Tightens Policy On Cough Suppressant
29 Study: All Alcohol Ups Breast Cancer Risk
30 Good Cholesterol Earns Its Name
31 Image of the Day: Mystery Disc
32 Image of the Day: A Sweet Sweet Beauty But Stone Stone Cold
33 Image of the Day: Is It Just a Matter of Time, Corona?
34 Image of the Day: By the Ionian Sea
35 Image of the Day: Warm and Cool
36 Astronomers Find Mysterious Radio Burst
37 Quantum communication: atoms talk long distance
38 Apple Patches The iPhone, Turns Some Into iBricks
39 New iPhone Update Kills Unlocked Phones
40 Apple Shuts Down Hacked iPhones
41 Apple's growth, an unwinnable iPhone war and a reputation at risk
42 Unlocked iPhones partially bricked by update
43 iPhone update 1.1.1: the aftermath
44 Palm Rises With New Smart Phone Debut
45 Palm Unveils Stylish New Smartphone
46 Microsoft To Extend Windows XP Sales As Vista Concerns Mount
47 Microsoft gives Windows XP five-month reprieve
48 Amid disappointing Vista uptake, Microsoft relents on XP execution
49 Windows XP's stay extended
50 Microsoft says to extend XP sales for five months
51 MS to sell XP until June 2008 after Vista backlash
52 Microsoft Extends Sales of Windows XP
53 Robot Invasion Escalates
54 I Married iRobot
55 Mammoth hair sheds new light
56 Mammoth DNA extracted from hair reveals ancient secrets
57 What made mammoths disappear from Earth?
58 iPod Touch Update Brings Image Fix
59 IPhone Update 1.1.1 Released: Still No Copy and Paste
60 Apple Goes One Better: iPod Touch 8GB & 16GB
61 The Cloud offers iPod touch WiFi
62 IBM's Symphony for the Office Worker
63 Gateway One To Go Head To Head With Apple iMac
64 Microsoft Investigates Blocked Patch Updates in XP
65 Microsoft's Stealth Update Backfires for Some Users
66 Stealth Windows update not as harmless as Microsoft claims
67 XP Stealth Update Worse Than Believed
68 Microsoft revamps Windows Live search, eyes Google
69 AOL Offers New Desktop Software for Mac
70 AOL Desktop for Mac Gets Leopard Support
71 AOL Releases First New Desktop Client for Mac in Five Years
72 AOL releases its first Mac OS X software in five years
73 AOL For The Mac Is Back
74 Dry spell has kept bacteria low at beaches
75 Report: County beaches are clean, but one in PB gets a D
76 Report finds improvement in California beaches
77 Any Type of Alcohol Drink Raises Breast Cancer Risk, New Study
78 Study gives new insight into H5N1's high fatality rate
79 Bird flu virus can pass from mother to fetus: study
80 Heart Patients' Guidelines for Having Other Surgery
81 Surgical guidelines issued for patients with heart problems
82 Lack of "good" cholesterol always poses heart risk
83 High HDL Levels Protect Heart Health
84 A Low LDL Does Not Eliminate the Risk of a Low HDL
85 Low HDL cholesterol, even when LDL levels are low, is cardiovascular dynamite, new TNT analysis shows
86 Cholesterol tests advised at 15 months of age
87 New Swedish research hope for millions of sufferers
88 Recovery from acid rain 'much slower than expected'
89 Surprise in the organic orchard--a healthier worm in the apple
90 Contraception: progress brings hope for new methods for men
91 Mysterious energy burst stuns astronomers
92 Liquid rainbows: British color researchers meet Norwegian children
93 Measurements from the edge: magnetic properties of thin films
94 'Dead time' limits quantum cryptography speeds
95 Occupational exposures may be linked to death from autoimmune disease
96 Higher death rates in kidney patients with newly recognized disease
97 The impact of physical activity on weight-bearing knee joint
98 Aggression in adolescents is influenced by siblings
99 Babies raised in bilingual homes learn new words differently than infants learning one language
100 Treating obstructive sleep apnea, preventing heart attacks and strokes
101 Genomic profiling of lung tumors helps doctors choose most effective treatment
102 Occupational therapy is an effective way of improving the daily life of stroke patients
103 Vulnerable groups are not at higher risk of physician-assisted death
104 Jefferson researchers uncover new evidence of prolactin's possible role in breast cancer
105 Mayo Clinic study finds FDA warning against antinausea drug droperidol unnecessary
106 Satellite images corroborate eyewitness accounts of human rights abuses in Burma, AAAS reports
107 Asthma Linked to Cat Allergies
108 Behind the Scenes: Risky Science at the Top of the World
109 Why There's No Such Thing as a Good Night's Sleep
110 Why Women Worry So Much
111 Tiny Two-Headed Turtle on Display
112 Male Contraception Devices Show Promise
113 Older Brothers Fuel Aggression in Siblings
114 New Wisdom on Wisdom Teeth
115 Marie Antoinette Pearls to Be Auctioned
116 muse@nature.com: Space experiments should be done on the cheap
117 Alien birds may be last hope for Hawaiian plants
118 'Green roofs' could cool warming cities
119 Satellites capture evidence of Burma crackdown
120 Bird flu can infect babies in the womb
121 Controversial drug DCA to get first human trials
122 Artificial brain falls for optical illusions
123 Mysteries remain over Peru meteorite impact
124 Feeding the World Without Genetic Engineering
125 'Dead Time' Limits Quantum Cryptography Speeds
126 Measurements from the Edge: Magnetic Properties of Thin Films
127 Researchers Detect Hint of Oxygen from 2.5 Billion-Year-Old Core
128 Beneath Booming Cities, China's Future Is Drying Up
129 At Its Session on Warming, U.S. Is Seen to Stand Apart
130 Genes Tied to Bad Reactions to Antidepressant Drug
131 Heart Patients' Guidelines for Having Other Surgery
132 N/A
133 Complaint Offers Window on Chinese Drug Ring
134 Wal-Mart Prices Aim for Younger Medicine User
135 Report Says Smoking Ban Helps to Cut Heart Attacks
136 Nanoparticles Yield Safer Light-Activated Cancer Therapy
137 Minnesota Says Sprint Duped Customers
138 Wasp genetics study suggests altruism evolved from maternal behavior
139 Wave of surfers drawn to fictitious English beach
140 Sixty pint beer binge leads to four-week hangover
141 Robots Take on Social Tasks
142 Microsoft Excel Fails Math Test
143 NASA's Ion Engine Breaks Performance Record
144 Treating obstructive sleep apnea, preventing heart attacks and strokes
145 Surprise in the organic orchard--a healthier worm in the apple
146 Neuroscientists connect neural activity and blood flow in new brain stimulation technique
147 Measurements from the edge: magnetic properties of thin films
148 Mysterious energy burst stuns astronomers
149 Toyota says new fuel-cell car can go further on single tank
150 Water forms floating 'bridge' when exposed to high voltage
151 Texas Unveils Fitness Test for Students
152 Women have a poorer quality of life after a stroke than men, study reveals
153 Babies raised in bilingual homes learn new words differently than infants learning one language
154 The beat goes on with AKAP18
155 Improving doctor-patient communication yields significant health benefits
156 Drug Trials Go Unwatched, Study Says
157 Playing video games reduces sex differences in spatial skills
158 New research shows how H5N1 virus causes disease
159 Smoking ban is music to Irish ears
160 Contraception: progress brings hope for new methods for men
161 Exotic Parrots Return to Cook Islands
162 'Rusting' Also Describes How Methamphetamine Harms
163 Two-Headed Turtle Goes on Display in Pa.
164 Researchers investigate new suspect in West Nile deaths of pelicans
165 On demand FB cell phone replays created
166 Carbon Dioxide Underground Storage Feasible Using 'Off-the-Shelf' Technology from Oil Industry
167 Texting, Facebook Used to Alert Students
168 Radio Tunes in Electronic Ratings
169 Update Shuts Down Some Hacked iPhones
170 Recovery from acid rain 'much slower than expected'
171 Researchers use remote sensing technology to go back in time on the Ethiopian Plateau
172 Alien intrusions threaten Sweden's seas
173 'Dead time' limits quantum cryptography speeds
174 Cystic Fibrosis Patients May Breathe Easier, Thanks To Bioengineered Antimicrobials
175 New Cell Culturing Method Pumps Up The Volume
176 Structure, Deformation, and Strength of the Loma Prieta Fault In California
177 Spatial Patterns In Tropical Forests Can Help To Understand Their High Biodiversity
178 Second Extremely Resistant Bacteria Sequenced Is Surprisingly Different From First
179 Glycemic Index Values Are Surprisingly Variable, Researchers Report
180 Music And Language Are Processed By The Same Brain Systems
181 Cockroaches Are Morons In The Morning, Geniuses In The Evening
182 Recovery From Acid Rain 'Much Slower Than Expected'
183 Nanowire Generates Power By Harvesting Energy From The Environment
184 Mysterious Energy Burst Stuns Astronomers
185 Understanding The Big Bang: Relativistic Heavy Ion Collider Aids Search For Quark-gluon Plasma
186 Grand Prix safety measures not working
187 Many never have cholesterol levels tested
188 Excessive multivitamins may be harmful
189 Languages Die, but Not Their Last Words
190 Designing for Diabetics
191 The Caffeine Habit
192 Humanizing Digital Technologies
193 Novel Nanowires for Faster Memory
194 Hydrogen from Algae
195 Storing Solar Power Efficiently
196 Natural Products Made in a Test Tube
197 IBM's Symphony for the Office Worker
198 Building Better Implants
199 Satellite Images Catch Human-Rights Violations
200 OMG! Navy Calls MySpace Kids "Alien Life Force" (And They Hate the War, Too)
201 Bike Hits 130.7 mph. On Snow
202 iPhone Bricked Despite Not Being Hacked?
203 California Offers First Bonds to Individuals To Fund Stem Cell Research
204 6 die from brain-eating amoeba in lakes
205 Satellite images may show Myanmar abuses
206 Intelligence Chief Defends Domestic Satellites
207 Rabbits being abandoned on Long Island
208 Group to plant cloned trees from estates
209 No need for dissection as see-through frogs jump in
210 High-carb diet may help you think faster
211 Breast cancer afflicting younger Asian women
212 Men okay with prostate cancer surveillance: study
213 Gene mutation tied to early-onset Parkinson disease
214 Older Brothers Might Spur Kids' Aggression
215 Burkina Faso succeeds in reducing female genital mutilation
216 Stem cell therapy takes a toll on sex lives
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