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1 'Sexting' Teens Can Go Too Far
2 Step Aside, Chicken Soup: Make Way for Hot Fruit Drinks
3 Climate talks hit stumbling block
4 Amazon offers new 50% off Blu-ray sale
5 PS3 is a 'sinking ship,' says CNNMoney
6 Viruses hit PCs more than Macs
7 RadioShack To Offer $100 Netbook With AT&T
8 Radio Shack's $99 Acer Aspire Notebook Too Good To Be True
9 AT&T taps Radio Shack for netbook push
10 RadioShack to sell Acer netbook for $99--with 2-year contract
11 $99 (Yes, $99) Netbook Debuts From Acer, RadioShack
12 Almost a stocking stuffer: Radio Shack selling $100 netbook
13 A More Petite iPhone by Christmas?
14 Planned safety analysis of a breast cancer prevention study reveals encouraging news for Exemestane
15 Breast cancer risk varies in young women with benign breast disease, Mayo Clinic researchers say
16 MIT nanotubes sniff out cancer agents in living cells
17 Practice as well as sleep may help birds learn new songs
18 Tau protein expression predicts breast cancer survival--though not as expected
19 Researchers identify new region of the magnetosphere
20 People, not just a building, make for 'place'
21 Flame retardants prove ineffective on fresh-cut Christmas trees
22 New online report on massive jellyfish swarms released
23 Dwarf crocodiles split into three species
24 Missing: 2,000 elephants
25 Alternating mammography and MRI may be best for high-risk women
26 More than just being a sentimental fool: The psychology of nostalgia
27 Climate-change set-back for acidified rivers
28 Malaria Journal supplement evaluates steps toward elimination
29 Whispering bats are 100 times louder than previously thought
30 Boy or girl? It's in the father's genes
31 Molecules in the spotlight
32 Stressed-out mice reveal role of epigenetics in behavior
33 The hottest white dwarf in its class
34 On the trail of polar lows
35 Mid-season flu immunization rates are too low
36 Whispering bats are 100 times louder than previously thought
37 Cost of hatchling turtles' dash for freedom
38 Discovery could improve the lives of premature babies
39 The medium is the message: Manipulating salmonella in spaceflight curtails infectiousness
40 Molecules in the spotlight
41 Where do the fattest Germans live?
42 An essay proves that vegetation could recover in the ski resort of Sierra Nevada
43 Flame retardants prove ineffective on fresh-cut Christmas trees
44 Climate-change set-back for acidified rivers
45 Dwarf crocodiles split into three species
46 Brain enzyme may play key role in controlling appetite and weight gain
47 Ireland Cancer Center researcher finds most triple-negative breast cancers express muc-1 target
48 Mayo Clinic research on tamoxifen leads to recommendation for CYP2D6 gene test
49 Blocking molecular pathway with whimsical name possible therapeutic target for pancreatic cancer
50 Immunity stronger at night than during day
51 Single adult stem cell can self renew, repair tissue damage in live mammal
52 MIT nanotubes sniff out cancer agents in living cells
53 6 new genes suggest obesity is in your head, not your gut
54 Preventing a broken heart: Research aims to reduce scarring from heart attacks
55 Practice as well as sleep may help birds learn new songs
56 Brain background to body mass
57 More food at lower cost
58 Rochester biologist modifies theory of cells' engines
59 Scripps Research scientists watch membrane fission in real time
60 Exercise Suppresses Appetite By Affecting Appetite Hormones
61 Pioneering space station experiment keeps reactions in suspense
62 MSU researcher nabs 'doubly magic' tin isotope
63 Pitt, NETL researchers report molecular chain reaction thought to be impossible
64 MIT researchers explain mystery of gravity fingers
65 New detector will aid dark matter search
66 Planet formation could lie in stellar storms rather than gravitational instability
67 The hottest white dwarf in its class
68 On the Trail of Polar Lows
69 Method sorts out double-walled carbon nanotube problem
70 Early stage, HER2-positive breast cancer patients at increased risk of recurrence
71 Parkinson's disease can affect more than just the body
72 Malaria Journal supplement evaluates steps toward elimination
73 Planned safety analysis of a breast cancer prevention study reveals encouraging news for Exemestane
74 Mayo researchers find potential links between breast density and breast cancer risk
75 Breast cancer risk varies in young women with benign breast disease, Mayo Clinic researchers say
76 Tau protein expression predicts breast cancer survival--though not as expected
77 Alternating mammography and MRI may be best for high-risk women
78 Snoring or soaring? Strength of fruit-fly immune system varies
79 Team led by Purdue professor first to record key event that breaks continents apart
80 Novel technique for fluorescence tomography of tumors in living animals
81 Federal research plan inadequate to shed light on health and environmental risks posed by nanomaterials
82 Panel Blasts Federal Nanotech Risk Research Strategy
83 New way of viewing cells could lead to easier routes for drug manufacture
84 Study urges dual track US nuclear weapons policy
85 Group in lymphoma research chooses revlimid for study in disease's largest patient population
86 Waste coffee grounds offer new source of biodiesel fuel
87 Mathematical models of adaptive immunity
88 Amputees can experience prosthetic hand as their own
89 Developing a better flight plan for weather forecasting
90 University of Virginia Engineers to Create Parts of Virtual Crash Test Dummy
91 New studies reveal differing perceptions of nature-altering science
92 People, not just a building, make for 'place'
93 Dwarf Crocodiles Split into 3 Species
94 The Energy Debates: Ethanol
95 T. Rex, Other Dinosaurs Had Heads Full of Air
96 European Butterflies Threatened by Climate Change
97 PHOTO IN THE NEWS: "Medusa" Worms Found in Mud Volcano
98 Poaching May Erase Elephants From Chad Wildlife Park
99 Wild Elephants Live Longer Than Their Zoo Counterparts
100 Jupiter Moon Has Violent, Hidden Oceans, Study Suggests
101 Pacific World War II Wrecks Pose Risk of Toxic Leaks
102 'Mind-reading' software could record your dreams
103 Human DNA may set off AIDS timebomb
104 Brain-boosting drugs 'not to be feared'
105 US and Europe join forces for future Mars missions
106 Super-wipe cleans up deadly spills
107 Virgin Galactic 'mothership' to take first flight
108 Stock market game may predict eco disasters
109 Talent scout software boosts search for stars
110 'Whispering' bats as loud as a rock concert
111 Researcher Develops Ultrasound So Tiny It Can Travel Through the Eardrum
112 Hobbit Controversy Makes Top 100 Science Stories
113 Researchers Identify New Region of the Magnetosphere
114 Maryland Researchers Take Aim at Avian Flu Vaccine
115 Practice and Sleep May Help Birds Learn New Songs
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