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1 Smallest Air Pollution Particles Hurt Heart Most
2 FDA Warns Clot Risk Higher in Birth Control Patch Than Pill
3 Bone-Strengthening Drugs May Be Overprescribed
4 Do Cholesterol Drugs Do Any Good?
5 In the Real World, a Slew of Side Effects from Statins
6 Cashing in on old gadgets
7 Self-destructing palm tree discovered in Madagascar
8 Smashing dams to save salmon
9 First look: MacBook Air a solid addition
10 Surgery helps woman drop 135 pounds, 10 dress sizes
11 N/A
12 Speed alone can't save the cheetah
13 Immunotherapy: Looking through cancer's invisibility cloak
14 Researchers Develop Bionic Contact Lens
15 Texas Creationist Museum Selling Off Mastodon Skull
16 Ritual Mask From Lost Village Returned to Eskimos
17 NASA: New Moon Rocket Could be Dangerously Shaky
18 Scans Show Culture Fundamentally Alters the Brain
19 Chimps Eat Dirt for Health Benefits
20 Major Volcanic Eruption Endangers Thousands in Colombia
21 NASA Moon Rocket May Shake Too Much
22 They Should Have Prayed Harder
23 Scientists warn western Greece could be under water by 2100
24 German scientists use solar power to produce drinking water
25 UFO viewing tips
26 CIA: Hackers demanding cash disrupted power
27 Pound for pound, Macworld outweighs CES
28 Products and politics mix at Macworld Expo
29 A 'revolution' in batteries
30 Lots in the Air at MacWorld
31 Laser Light for Stroke Treatment
32 California's Climate Change Helped By Humans
33 Protection for Salmon Comes in the Form of Killing Sea Lions
34 Rare Coral Sold for Fish Tanks
35 NASA Tsunami Research Improves Warning Systems
36 iPhone Increases Web Traffic With Music Sales
37 The Secret Ingredient in Yellowstone's Travertine
38 An Eye for Sexual Orientation
39 Mathematician, Two Physicists Share Crafoord Prize
40 Out of Disaster, Shrimp Are Reborn
41 Flexible Electronics Melded With Contact Lens Creates Bionic Eye
42 Parasite Turns Ants Fruity
43 How Do We Cure An Industrial Hangover?
44 Book Reviews: Soft Machines: Nanotechnology And Life [et al.]
45 Sexing Up UFOs
46 Moore's Law No More?
47 Turbocharged Evolution
48 Getting the Red Out: Drug improves kids' psoriasis symptoms
49 A Thirst for Meat: Changes in diet, rising population may strain China's water supply
50 Judging Science: Courts may be too skeptical of research done with juries in mind
51 How Plastic We've Become
52 Life from Scratch
53 Small Infinity, Big Infinity
54 A Sweeter Hops
55 News Bytes of the Week--Using bytes to understand barks [et al.]
56 Fact or Fiction--Are Urban Vermin the Most Disease-Ridden Animals?
57 Internet Maps Get Streetwise
58 Building a Future On Science
59 Building the Knowledge Archipelago
60 Navy Mulls New Way to Enhance, Hide Submarine Communications
61 Ask the Experts: When measuring the speed [of] far-flung galaxies, do scientists factor in [that they are viewing events long past?]
62 Review: The Lobotomist
63 The Virus Hunter
64 Human Cloning Achievement? [blog]
65 Human embryos created from skin
66 Holy mouse traps--a rodent big as a bull and weighing a ton
67 Alan Alda tackles 'MATH'--and science--in conversation
68 As human cloning advances, ethics debate gets louder
69 Bush sides with Navy in sonar battle
70 The battle over bottled vs. tap water
71 'Moon Stuck'
72 H2 Uh-Oh: Bottled Water Scrambles to Go Green
73 Sean Paul Music Triggers Woman's Seizures
74 Immune therapy 'cuts heart risk'
75 Inside Medicine: The urologist
76 SSDs, The Death Knell Of Hard Drives?
77 Why Apple is Apple? History of its brand...
78 FCC To Test Internet Over TV Airwaves
79 Nuclear Revival Rekindles Waste Concerns
80 EPA Turns Over Limited Documents
81 Genes Stacked Against Weight Loss?
82 Minn. Health System Purges Drug Trinkets
83 FDA Weighs Over-Counter Cholesterol Drug
84 Apple looks far ahead with new offerings
85 Saturday morning Apple links, farewell to Macworld edition
86 New Rocket Has Problem With Vibration
87 Severe vibration problem plagues moon rocket design
88 FCC to Test 'White Spaces' Broadband Devices
89 FCC tests "white space" prototypes, again
90 FCC begins new round of white-spaces testing
91 Sears Sells Latest Sub-$200 Linux Desktop PC
92 $199 Linux PC Now Available at
93 Another sub-$200 Linux PC?
94 MacBook Air processor details revealed
95 More information on the MacBook Air's CPU
96 MacBook Air uses future Intel miniaturization tech
97 Apple MacBook Air (1.8GHz)
98 MacBook Air chip mystery possibly solved
99 MWSF08: MacBook Air Processor Details Surface
100 US Approves New HIV Drug; Could Help When Other Drugs Do Not
101 US FDA clears new Johnson & Johnson HIV drug
102 A New 'Gay Disease'?
103 After Linking New Strain of Staph to Gay Men, University Scrambles to Clarify
104 Wi-Fi music polling device takes heat off the DJ
105 Nuclear Revival Rekindles Waste Concerns
106 Blu-Ray crushing rival DVD format in Japan: study
107 NASA Moon Rocket May Shake Too Much
108 EPA Turns Over Limited Documents
109 Natural disasters taking greater global toll, UN report
110 Will the vAMP replace the CD?
111 US video game sales soar to record 17.9 billion dollars
112 Rare coral sold for fish tanks
113 U.S. opts out of jaguar recovery plan
114 India struggles to contain bird flu as farmers resist cull
115 US court to review case against 'light' cigarettes
116 Self-Paced Brain-Computer Interface Gets Closer to Reality
117 Did oil canals worsen Katrina's effects?
118 SOFIA and KAO: Passing the Torch
119 Conservation group cries 'scandal' over French plans for fish quotas
120 Environmentalists fall out over anti-whaling tactics
121 Six more genes linked with autoimmune disease lupus
122 Japan follows Europe by tapping offshore wind for power
123 Pedometers help people lose weight: U.S. study
124 Stem cells help mice with muscular dystrophy: study
125 Mediterranean Diet for Mom Fends Off Asthma, Allergies in Kids
126 DNA Fingerprints Predict Brain Disorders
127 Illness Presents Diabetics With Special Challenges
128 Study explains how protein keeps hunger at bay
129 MySpace Quietly Fixes Bug that Gave Voyeurs Access to Teens' Private Photos
130 Two AI Pioneers. Two Bizarre Suicides. What Really Happened?
131 Homemade Bombs, From Richard Reid's Shoe to Kaczinski's Envelope
132 Pentagon Explores 'Human Fear' Chemicals; Scare-Sensors, 'Contagious' Stress in the Works?
133 Macworld Confirms Growing Trend of 'Hardware as a Service'
134 Google to Host Terabytes of Open-Source Science Data
135 Chess Master Bobby Fischer Dead at 64