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1 Billions of fish, fish eggs die in power plants
2 Powerful quake rattles Tonga
3 NASA sends probe to study edge of solar system
4 Space Tourist Settles in Aboard Station
5 Cat championship include Obama, McCain--the cats
6 Taiwan's bicycle makers riding high on global crisis
7 OPEC may cut output by 1 to 3mln bpd: Iran
8 Rejection Fosters Intuition
9 Plants Cry For Help
10 NASA sees no quick fix for broken Hubble telescope
11 Men's Reactions Peak at Age 39
12 Canada says BPA toxic, to ban baby bottles with it
13 Running for my life: 1 woman's race against time
14 Ethnic differences in arthritis due to obesity
15 Early teen drug, alcohol use ups sex and behaviour risks
16 HIV infections up sharply among Hong Kong gay men
17 Study Urges Low-Tech Solutions for Medical Errors
18 High-Risk Kids, Diabetics Need Regular Blood Pressure Checks
19 Blood protein tied to Alzheimer's disease risk
20 Diabetes not a risk factor for Parkinson's disease
21 Small Victories in the War Against Ovarian Cancer
22 Chains or drugs: treatment for Afghanistan's mentally ill
23 Aerobic activity may reverse mental decline
24 Disco tune "Stayin' Alive" could save your life
25 Meet Takahashi-Meijin, Japan's Blazing-Fast Videogame Hero
26 Japanese Cosplayers Keep Fantasies Fresh (With Febreze)
27 'Anonymous' Member Unmasked, Charged With Web Attack on Scientology
28 RIAA Decries Texas Woman as 'Vexatious' for Demanding File Sharing Trial
29 The New Prius Looks Like the Old Prius
30 Future planes, cars may be made of 'buckypaper'
31 The Hungry Scientist Handbook: A Lab in Every Kitchen
32 56 Arrested in DarkMarket Sting, Says FBI
33 Home Sweet Office: Telecommute Good for Business, Employees, and Planet
34 IBEX Probes Interaction Between Solar System, Galaxy
35 Twitter to Get Down to Business in 2009, Investors Say
36 Fed Blotter: Alleged Hackers Charged With Highway Robbery, Literally
37 Take Microphotographs
38 Opinion: The top 10 best-written blogs
39 Is Google Making Us Stupid?
40 Study: Cups of java cut cup size
41 Hedgehogs may not be problem for birds
42 Europe delays ExoMars mission, again
43 Early immigrants slow to learn English
44 NOAA: Cook Inlet beluga whales endangered
45 FDA opening offices in China, India
46 'Swimways' urged for leatherbacks
47 Ground beef linked to E. coli outbreak
48 Willow plants cleaning up contamination
49 Sauropod found in dinosaur graveyard
50 EPA tightens lead standards
51 Young cranes begin guided migration
52 Brain taught to move paralyzed muscles
53 Red squirrels showing signs of survival
54 Genes Hold Secret Of Survival Of Antarctic 'Antifreeze Fish'
55 Ghostly Glow Reveals Galaxy Clusters In Collision
56 Physical Decline Caused By Slow Decay Of Brain's Myelin
57 Stem Cell Breakthrough: Mass-Production Of 'Embryonic' Stem Cells From A Human Hair
58 Emotion And Scent Create Lasting Memories--Even In A Sleeping Brain
59 First Gamma-ray-only Pulsar Observation Opens New Window On Stellar Evolution
60 Invisibility Cloak And Ultra-powerful Microscopes: New Research Field Promises Radical Advances In Optical Technologies
61 Obesity, Abnormal 'Reward Circuitry' In Brain Linked: Gene Tied To Dopamine Signaling Also Implicated In Overeating
62 Scientists Use Light To Control Proteins
63 Einstein's Relativity Survives Neutrino Test
64 Gene Hunt In Dyslexia
65 Opening A Can Of Worms: Serendipitous Discovery Reveals Earthworms More Diverse Than First Thought
66 Sunlight Exposure Plus Low Antioxidant Levels May Place Older Adults At Risk For Eye Disease
67 Feel The Light: OLED With Touch Function
68 Migratory Moths May Hitch Their Rides, But They're Anything But Drifters
69 Keeping Herpes Infection In Check: Researchers Describe Immune System Strategies
70 Drug Candidate Slows Age-related Macular Degeneration
71 Mechanism For Immune System Suppression Pinpointed; Could Help Treat HIV, Measles, And Tuberculosis
72 Fine Balance: Class Of Spinal Cord Neurons Makes Sure That Sides Of Body Don't Get Ahead Of One Other
73 Smell Of Smoke Does Not Trigger Relapse In Quitters, New Research Shows
74 Medical Textbooks Use White, Heterosexual Men As A 'Universal Model'
75 Never Fear: It May Be OK To Let Your Kids Gorge On Candy This Halloween
76 Retail Display Fixtures Can Affect Consumer Perceptions Of Products
77 Do You Get Interrupted A Lot? You May Be Giving Wrong Facial Clues
78 Viruses And 'Young Cuckoos' Lead The Way In The Brain
79 Importance Of Sex-specific Testing Shown In Anxiety Study
80 Turf Wars: Sand And Corals Don't Mix
81 What Causes Cell Defences To Crumble? Proteins In Mussels Act As Barrier To Toxic Environmental Chemicals
82 'Lost' Miller-Urey Experiment Created More Of Life's Building Blocks
83 Scientists Propose Creation Of New Type Of Seed Bank
84 Colossal Black Holes Common In Early Universe, Spectacular Galactic Collision Suggests
85 HiRISE Camera Reveals Rare Polar Martian Impact Craters
86 Earth-like Planets May Be Easier To Find Than Previously Thought: Young Planets Stay Hotter Longer
87 No Higher Risk Of Leukemia Found For Children Living Near Powerful Radio Or Television Transmitters
88 Optics Of Alzheimer's Disease
89 Mathematicians Illuminate Deep Connection Between Classical And Quantum Physics
90 'CarTel' Aims To Reduce Commute Times, Detect Engine Woes
91 Could Dr. House Be Replaced By A Computer?
92 Internet Millionaire Takes Aim at Mars
93 Report: Eco-consciousness Can Help Win Wars
94 Disabled Veterans Inspired by Athletics
95 Flu Season Under Way: 7 States Report Outbreaks
96 Is Renting The New American Dream?
97 Vista SP2 and Windows 7 by the End of June 2009
98 How to catch hackers on your wireless network
99 NASA Spacecraft To Study Boundaries Of Solar System
100 Pegasus rocket to launch from modified plane
101 It's time to clear the air about getting ductwork cleaned
102 EPA to spend $1.3 million to clean Ind. site
103 E.P.A. Toughens Standard on Lead Emissions; Change Is the First in 3 Decades
104 Lead standards will affect state firms
105 EPA Cuts Air Lead Limit by 90 Percent; First Time in 30 Years
106 Greenpeace on Apple MacBook 2008 Redesign: Good, but Not Good Enough
107 Why This Storm May Stay Away From Apple
108 Greenpeace Happy With Apple Progress But Wants More
109 Browser: Apple laptop updates include one-piece aluminum cases
110 Apple MacBook 13-inch (Aluminum)
111 Hands-on with the new MacBook Pro
112 Copyright infringement suit filed against Coors' iPint app
113 Microsoft turns up anti-Apple dial, Ballmer slams Mac Office
114 Apple MacBook event, takeaway (Part 2)
115 Apple's New MacBooks: What They Got Right and What Else We Want
116 On the Way Out: FireWire and Matte Screens?
117 Mac users flaming over FireWire; Jobs shrugs
118 Meet the new LED Cinema Display on the block
119 Californians Sue Over Xbox 360 Flaw
120 Californians Sue Microsoft over Xbox 360 Red Ring of Death
121 Microsoft hit with class action lawsuit over RROD
122 Sainsbury not consoled by Wii hijack
123 BMW To Ship 500 MINI E Electric Cars By The End Of 2008
124 Mini E pure electric car revealed
125 L.A. debut for all-electric Mini E
126 BMW's Mini Plans to Lease 500 Electric Cars in U.S. Next Year
127 Kentucky Judge Gives Online Casinos 1 Month to Block Users
128 KY judge gives gambling sites 30 days to block users
129 Ky. judge allows gambling Web site case to proceed
130 Small Victories in the War Against Ovarian Cancer
131 Thousands join breast cancer walk in S.F.
132 UPDATE 2-U.S. calls for new warnings on Genentech skin drug
133 Psoriasis Drug Raptiva Gets FDA Warning
134 FDA Adds Blackbox Warning to Genentech Psoriasis Drug
135 Safety Issues Prompt FDA Changes to Psoriasis Drug Label
136 Genentech's Raptiva Must Carry Warning on Infections (Update2)
137 Ties Between Doctors and Stent Makers Queried
138 US Sens Seek Info On Ties Of Doctors, Medical Device Makers
139 McCarthy calls Leary 'obviously stupid'