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1 World Outsources Pregnancies to India
2 Smokers Butt Out in Germany and France
3 Diabetes Plagues Sweet-Toothed Indians
4 Times Square Ball Is Greener, Brighter
5 Record Data Breaches in 2007, Groups Say
6 Cloudy visions of the future
7 Australia plans tough web rules
8 US town escapes 666 phone prefix
9 US festive online spending up 19%
10 Privacy rights 'fragile' in 2007
11 Video games make history in 2007
12 Most popular stories of 2007
13 Twins reunited, after 35 years apart
14 Beijing 'meets pollution target'
15 Bodies point to Alaska's past
16 Last foot-and-mouth controls end
17 Dolly the sheep pioneer knighted
18 Czechs grumble at doctors' fees
19 Easy ways to get, stay healthy in 2008
20 Innovative last week
21 His parasite theory stirs a revolution
22 White Coat Notes: Insurance makes a difference [et al.]
23 Ask Dr. Knowledge: Does bread go stale faster when kept in the fridge or when stored at room temperature?
24 Radio wave technique may help heart attack survivors
25 Laser Liposuction Melts Fat, Tightens Skin
26 The Debate On California's Pot Shops
27 In India, Outsourced "Wombs-For-Rent"
28 Green Ball To Drop At Times Square
29 Tree Thefts Rise Along With Timber Prices
30 Get Me The Geeks!
31 Mega-Universities For The New Millennium
32 Missouri Law To Expand Ethanol Use
33 New security rules for batteries on planes
34 Don't Lose Your Batteries to Airport Security
35 Government Puts Restrictions On Lithium Batteries on Flights
36 Survey: Americans hit Web for solutions
37 Generation Y Loves the Library!
38 Generation Y Looks To The Web For Answers
39 Generation Y biggest user of U.S. libraries--survey
40 Microsoft Has a Broken Home
41 Microsoft narrows scope of Home Server bug
42 RIAA Targets Transferring Music to PCs
43 The RIAA hates us all (and
44 Download Uproar: Record Industry Goes After Personal Use
45 Who's Losing The Next-Gen DVD War? Hollywood
46 Analysts: Hi Def Format Frustration at CES
47 In the DVD War Over High Definition, Most Buyers Are Sitting It Out
48 Wal-Mart abandons online movie downloads
49 Wal-Mart Pulls Plug on Movies via the Web
50 Apple's iMac: The all-in-one device
51 Starbucks customers tip more for Macs
52 Macs, PCs and Music Downloads
53 Goodbye To 2007--And To Analog Cell Service
54 Analog changes will affect cell phone users first
55 Cell Phones, OnStar, Home Security Systems Go Digital
56 CES Trend #9: Will CE vendors start steering clear of DRM?
57 Warner Music Group Joins Amazon's DRM-Free Download Store
58 Fox, Warner Deals Pivot on iTunes' Controls
59 Universities Worldwide Offer Free Open Courseware
60 Internet Opens Elite Colleges to All
61 Expect slow start to converter box program
62 Government offers TV converter giveaway
63 Digital TV converter box coupon program begins tomorrow
64 The Converter-Box-Coupon Czar: Q&A with NTIA's Baker
65 2007 in video games: Wii is the champion
66 Mobile phone you can use in the shower
67 Ion-Mask waterproofing your gadgets
68 British Scientists Create Ion-Mask, a Waterproof Coating for Gadgets
69 CDC Seeks Fliers Exposed to Drug-Resistant TB
70 Birds at all Ga. PetSmart stores under quarantine
71 Some Pet Birds May Have Avian Chlamydiosis And Pose Risk To Humans
72 How to avoid starting '08 with a pounding headache
73 End Michigan stem-cell ban
74 Robert Kelch: End restrictions on stem cell research
75 Louisiana Oyster Warning Issued After Norovirus Outbreak
76 Louisiana Oysters Contaminated With Norovirus, FDA Warns
77 FDA warns against eating raw oysters possibly tainted with Norovirus
78 China-made 'supplements' contain Viagra drug, US regulator warns
79 FDA Warns Against China-Made, Puerto Rico-Distributed Food Supplements Marketed As Sexual Enhancers
80 Park Volunteers Report Possible Wolf Sighting In Colorado
81 Elk to undergo tests, get birth control
82 Researchers to test elk for Chronic Wasting Disease, birth control effectiveness
83 Wake up and smell the turkey: Study exposes medical myths
84 60-Second Science: Debunking Medical Myths
85 How harmful are new wives' tales?
86 Breast cancer cells have to learn to walk before they can run
87 Jefferson scientists find protein potential drug target for treatment-resistant prostate cancer
88 More smoke, more impotence
89 Watch out for these tantrums
90 Cosmetic op horror
91 Hope for liver scarring
92 Why the elderly drink less
93 The Enduring Mysteries of the Outer Solar System
94 Research in Action: Rwanda's Cup O' Joe
95 Cheap and Greasy Solution to Rising Gas Prices
96 Times Square Ball Goes Green
97 Man Saves Year's Worth of Trash
98 Guidebook to NYC Nature Surprisingly Lively
99 Year of the what?
100 When the Germans, and Rockets, Came to Town
101 Does the Future Need a Legal Guardian?
102 As the Ball Drops, Dieting Companies Take Positions Nearby
103 Record Data Breaches in 2007, Groups Say
104 Stranger that fiction: parallel universes beguile science
105 Beijing hits 'blue sky' target, but just barely
106 Rain Saves Atlanta From Drought Record
107 No radioactive leak at Vietnam oil rig plant, say officials
108 Mass complaint filed against German anti-terror law
109 Video Game Looks Into World of Wolves
110 Vonage, Nortel Settle Patent Dispute
111 Study: Young Adults Heavy Library Users
112 Anglican leader hits YouTube for green New Year message
113 Free Swap Network Makes Trash Treasure
114 Breast cancer cells have to learn to walk before they can run
115 Missouri Mandates Ethanol in Gasoline
116 Dwindling helium supply prompting concerns
117 Chemicals blamed in South Africa fish kill
118 Cancer-fighting agent found in beer
119 'Cursed' British cruise ship hit by bug: reports
120 Scottish doc calls for kindergarten sex ed
121 Rwanda's New Year advice: have a drink but bring your own glass
122 Scientists find protein potential drug target for treatment-resistant prostate cancer
123 Hazards Of CT Scans Overstated, According To Physicist
124 Integrated Receiver For High Frequency Applications On A Tiny Chip
125 Seabed Microbe Study Leads To Low-cost Power, Light For Developing World
126 Novel Virus Identified In Endangered Species May Represent Evolution Of Two Major Virus Families
127 New Ship Breaks New Grounds, And Old Ice
128 New Research Promises Personalized Dietary Guidelines
129 Brain Imaging And Genetic Studies Link Thinking Patterns To Addiction
130 Nurses Working Extended Shifts, Are Tired At Work And Sleep Little Likely To Drive Drowsy
131 Mapmaking For The Masses: User-generated Content Can Profoundly Impact Geographic Information Systems
132 Scientists Discover New Role For MiRNA In Leukemia
133 Buyer Beware: Stressed Plants Won't Survive Shipping
134 New Drug Targets May Fight Tuberculosis And Other Bacterial Infections In Novel Way
135 Culinary Shocker: Cooking Can Preserve, Boost Nutrient Content Of Vegetables
136 Sshhh, It's Listening: Totally New Computer Interfaces
137 Overeating And Obesity Triggered By Lack Of One Gene
138 2007 A Top Ten Warm Year For U.S. And Globe
139 Top 10 Scientific Discoveries
140 Top 25 Science Stories of 2007
141 Last Remains [The World Without Us]
142 Review: Re-Engineering Philosophy for Limited Beings
143 Psychedelic Healing?
144 Coal Ash Is More Radioactive than Nuclear Waste
145 Leaving Computers On Helps Them Last Longer [true or false?]
146 Mars Rovers Find Evidence Of Habitable Niche As Perilous Third Winter Approaches
147 Hubble To Get Custom-Made Blankets
148 China to slap export taxes on grains as prices soar
149 Dwindling helium supply prompting concerns
150 Should Web Giants Let Startups Use the Information They Have About You?
151 Rain saves Atlanta from drought record
152 Indonesia uses boats to rescue flood-hit people
153 Round Up: Presidential Candidates Talk Space
154 Brazil's oil 'blessing' is no energy panacea
155 Copper, silver tested as germ wards
156 Afghan Guantanamo prisoner dies of cancer: US military