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1 Treating Childhood Pneumonia at Home Could Save Lives in Developing Countries
2 46 Million Americans Suffer From Arthritis
3 Cell Phones Put Traffic on Hold
4 Almost Half of 10-Year-Olds Have Tasted Alcohol
5 Fingers Point to Risk for Arthritic Knees
6 Protein Nasal Spray Revives Sleep-Deprived Monkeys
7 A Little 'Intel' on Apple's Next Move
8 Tech 'Solutions' Your Small Biz Can't Use
9 Microsoft and Mac, Happy Together
10 Is Homeland Security Too Focused on Now?
11 Airport Fast-Pass Moves Slowly
12 The Coming Apple-RIM Battle
13 Sharp Bets Big on Ultra-thin, LCD TVs
14 Bloggers anticipate surprises at gadget show
15 Intel quits One Laptop Per Child
16 Startup plans free Wi-Fi for San Francisco
17 Review: 13-inch MacBook laptop a top choice
18 'One Laptop' a hit in Peruvian village
19 Inflight Internet could be 'ticklish'
20 3 big electronics makers in flat-screen TV deal
21 Star Dust Origins: Case Closed?
22 One Comet's Torrid Tale
23 The 'Ides of March'...In January?
24 A Brief History of Infinity
25 Suspended Animation: Fact or fiction?
26 Forget Tupperware: Taser Parties Are the New Craze
27 Earlier Evolutionary Explosion May Have Preceded Cambrian
28 Startup Aims to Give San Francisco Free Wi-Fi
29 Importance of Teaching Evolution Stressed in New Report
30 Presidential Candidates Dodge Tough Science Topics
31 Dark Energy's 10th Anniversary
32 Falling into the Gap
33 Into the Future at the Speed of Light
34 New Polymer Becomes Wetter as Temperature Increases
35 When Cutting-edge Particle Detectors and Cutting-edge Consumer Products Converge
36 A Critical Cog in the DNA Repair Machinery: Understanding RAD51AP1
37 Mom's Duties Begin Very, Very Early
38 An Asian Odyssey
39 The Argument Against Lifeboats
40 AIDS Patients Face Downside of Living Longer
41 Can Burt's Bees Turn Clorox Green?
42 Small kids should avoid eating big fish: study
43 The (Possible) Perils of Being Thirsty While Being Green
44 Can Foundations Take the Long View Again?
45 Scientists discover new planet outside solar system
46 Scientists discover stubbornness gene
47 Inside the supernova machine
48 Will digits replace the power of the pen?
49 Hitachi to phase out small hard drives
50 Sunspot marks start of 11-year solar cycle
51 New York crow die-off linked to avian virus
52 Drug-resistant E. coli found in Arctic birds
53 Wildly different approaches to fight Alzheimer's
54 Mercury issue in the teeth of resistance
55 Solution to Mars Enigma Offered
56 Red Dust in Planet-Forming Disk May Harbor Precursors to Life
57 Metal Foam Has a Good Memory
58 White Dwarf Pulses Like a Pulsar
59 China passes law to encourage innovative research
60 Seeds to Save a Species
61 City-Wide W-iFi...Maybe
62 Can Fear Be Forgotten?
63 When Your Pet Wants to Nibble on Something Other Than Kibble
64 The Oracle of Redmond? Not So Fast...
65 ScienceShots
66 Earth's Plates May Take a Break
67 On-the-Fly Thinking
68 No Dice for Slow Roll?
69 Third Gene Copy Is a Charm
70 A Few of Our Favorite Things [see following articles]
71 Houston, We Have a Phone Call
72 Fido Can Place Your Face
73 Talk About a Gender Stereotype
74 After a Short Delay, Quantum Mechanics Becomes Even Weirder
75 Educational Videos Drain Baby Brains
76 Something in the Way She Moves?
77 The Rodent Who Knew Too Much
78 String Theory, With No Holds Barred
79 Stress, Pain, and Paris Hilton
80 No More Black Holes?
81 Why Seniors Say "When" Too Soon
82 A 40-Hour Laptop Battery?
83 One Small Step for Plants
84 Stem Cells Overpower Muscle Disease
85 Clues to a Steamy Martian Past
86 Complex Organics Detected In Centaurus
87 White Dwarf Exhibits Pulsar-Like Behavior
88 Polarization Technique Used To "See" Exoplanet
89 Squirrels Use Snake Eau de Cologne
90 Tunguska Revisited
91 Menopause Exclusively Human
92 Brain Can Rewire Itself On-The-Fly
93 Immune System Sculpts The Brain
94 Engineers Generate "Rogue Waves"
95 Medical breakthrough for organ transplants and cardiovascular diseases by Flemish researchers
96 Study of sugars on cell surface identifies key factor in flu infection
97 MIT finds key to avian flu in humans
98 Biomedical Engineering Study Demonstrates the Healing Value of Magnets
99 Bio Glue from Sea Stars Offers Hope for Future Applications
100 Relax: No One is Reading Your Mind
101 LISA: Life Science Assistant Robot
102 Sound Science Through Sound Waves
103 Osteoarthritis risk linked to finger length ratio
104 Inside college parties: surprising findings about drinking behavior
105 Celestron Debuts New LCD Digital Microscope
106 New Task: Malaria drug might inhibit some cancers
107 Plowing the Ancient Seas: Iceberg scours found off South Carolina
108 Network theory reveals the best way to spread ideas
109 It's Spud Time
110 Walk Soft: Nerve Rewiring Restores Most Movement Post-Spinal Injury
111 News Bytes of the Week--Bell tolls for 100-watt light bulb
112 Thunder, Hail, Fire: What Does Climate Change Mean for the U.S.?
113 Selective Vision: The Brain's Spin Machine Starts Early
114 Medical anomalies, human conditions
115 Covert sat-nav reveals where marriage is heading rather than car
116 Scotland joins arms race with superhuman strength
117 Chance of Asteroid Hit on Mars Increases
118 Scientist Shearer brings odd bedfellows together to save the Earth
119 Scientists find why big whales gulp their food
120 Hayward, Calaveras faults may be connected, geologist says
121 Thomas Deerinck's images magnify the marvels of life under a microscope
122 Trees absorbing less CO2 as world warms, study finds
123 Navy's Use of Sonar Is Severely Limited
124 Evolution 101--Understanding evolution for the layperson in Kansas
125 How to live forever