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1 Too Hot to Touch
2 Mystery of Stonehenge Almost Solved?
3 The God of Fear
4 Zombie Computers Decried As Imminent National Threat
5 Tibetans in Exile Show High Rates of Depression
6 AOL-Yahoo combo wouldn't change much for users
7 U.S. Presidential Election Can Be Hacked
8 UN Climate Chief: US Election May Help
9 Yahoo-Microsoft Battle Bolsters Google
10 There Are Bloggers Among the Stars
11 Animal Disguises
12 Ridding Yourself of Toxins, or Money?
13 Polygamist Sect's Kids Face Health Issues
14 U.S. Widow Sues Petsmart, Says Sick Pet Caused Death
15 Woman Sues Hospital Saying Mistake Led to Abortion
16 Death by Chat Room?
17 'Lunchtime Lipo' Draws Concern from Doctors
18 Hairless Hounds: Healers Too?
19 How Breast Milk Donation Saves Babies' Lives
20 New Drug Protects Against Radiation Damage
21 Map reveals key wildlife hotspots
22 The garage where it all began
23 Grand scale of a nuclear clean-up
24 Europe rejects anti-piracy plans
25 Stem cell hope for osteoarthritis
26 Hope over US Alzheimer's therapy
27 Right bra 'could halt breast ops'
28 The Kanzius Machine: A Cancer Cure?
29 Nomads at last
30 Gartner Says Vista Will Collapse. And That's Why The Yahoo Deal Must Happen
31 Incredible Firefox Keyboard Shortcuts Which You Probably Don't Know About [Windows; editor's notes for Macs appended]
32 Protecting The Blind From Silent Cars
33 Swarm Of Earthquakes Detected Off Oregon
34 Is Your Kitchen Keeping You Fat?
35 CDC: U.S. Food Safety Hasn't Improved
36 When it comes to understanding IT, groupthink only gets you so far
37 Windows Is Collapsing!
38 Solution Providers: Windows Is Not Collapsing
39 Is Windows Getting Morbidly Obese?
40 Windows is a glacier and glaciers don't melt overnight
41 Gartner Explains Why Windows Is Broken
42 Nvidia caused 28% of Vista crashes in the early days
43 New Storage Solutions From IBM
44 How Google's App Engine stacks up with Amazon's EC2
45 Google: App Engine 'not fit for business'
46 The Library of Congress Goes Digital
47 Re-Created Library Speaks Volumes About Jefferson
48 Technology Allows Close Perusal of the Declaration of Independence
49 Blockbuster To Unveil A Rival For Apple TV
50 Microsoft: Vista feature designed to 'annoy users'
51 Microsoft Designed UAC to Annoy Users
52 Microsoft Designed Vista's UAC to "Annoy Users"
53 USDA scientists say irradiation could be key to food safety
54 USDA eyes irradiation for vegetables
55 Delta island blaze rages into night
56 Fire on Sherman Island sends ash, smoke to Contra Costa
57 Spraying to fight moth in Calif. could have economic impacts
58 Health link between pesticide spray, people unknown
59 State can't establish link between spray, illness
60 Baby Sent Home With Wrong Family From Illinois Hospital
61 Genome scans go deep into your DNA
62 Shoppers Alert! Genetic Screening 'Store' Opens in Manhattan
63 Famed gorilla Babec with heart pacemaker euthanized
64 Police investigate use of Taser during bachelor party
65 Coalition Calls for Stricter Taser Regulations
66 Nanoshuttle on the right track
67 Right whales wronged
68 Economic crises can have health benefits
69 Pig cell transplants help people with diabetes
70 Mars lander aims for touchdown in 'Green Valley'
71 Talk Dirty, Descriptively in Porn for the Blind
72 The Post-Polaroid Age: Some Still Cling to Instant Film
73 Underwater Microscope Helps Prevent Shellfish Poisoning Along Gulf Coast of Texas
74 Macadamia nuts can be included in heart healthy diet
75 Scientifics have compiled temperature data of the 20th century in Spain as an evidence of the climatic change
76 Can micro-scaffolding help stem cells rebuild the brain after stroke?
77 Stem cells and cancer: Scientists investigate a fine balancing act
78 Stem cells offer cartilage repair hope for arthritis sufferers
79 Embryonic stem cells could help to overcome immune rejection problems
80 Flying off course
81 Fraud attempt in a paternity test modifies action protocol in DNA tests
82 How strong is a hurricane? Just listen:
83 Computation to unravel how genes are regulated and shed light on how cells become different
84 Nanotechnology could solve lithium battery charging problems
85 The coldest brown dwarf ever observed: Closing the gap between stars and planets
86 Study shows doctor's offices can help stem abuse of Oxycontin, other narcotic painkillers
87 Attraction at the atomic level
88 Dr. Mom was right--and wrong--about washing fruits and vegetables
89 'Black gold agriculture' may revolutionize farming, curb global warming
90 With annual deaths from malaria on the rise: Scientists ask 'where is all the money going?'
91 Personality study shows risk of first depression episode late in life
92 3T MRI plays significant role in detecting prostate cancer, study says
93 MRI 'best' for looking at breast cancer and more
94 Screening mammography in elderly patients beneficial
95 New procedure in diagnosing small bowel disorders proves efficient and effective
96 CT useful and effective when diagnosing patients with large bowel obstruction
97 MRI and PET/CT can prevent unnecessary treatment of some cervical cancer patients
98 Major surgery no longer needed for the removal of uterine fibroids
99 New technique in treating patients with liver cancer proves effective
100 Extremely low dose CT coronary angiography shows promise in assessing cardiac function
101 MDCT accurate in detecting stenosis in calcified coronary artery plaque
102 Patient' exposure to radiation significantly lower when using new cardiac CT technique
103 Cycling more intelligently
104 As close as possible to reality
105 Prices at the push of a button
106 Tourist information wherever you are
107 More safety for cell phone batteries
108 Nervous system for structures
109 Researchers classify Web searches
110 Stem cells and cancer: cancer pathways that also control the adult stem cell population
111 Scientists uncover the potential to control adult stem cells
112 Scientists ask whether microscaffolding can help stem cells rebuild brain after stroke damage
113 Scientists develop new model for protecting biodiversity
114 Scientists develop strategy to rapidly describe outbreak strains with next-generation DNA sequencing
115 The meteorite linked to mass extinction was about 6 kilometres in diameter
116 Scientists prove the geochemical origin of part of the CO2 emissions in semiarid climates
117 New instrument developed at WHOI detects harmful algae in coastal waters
118 Visualizing [Computer] Viruses
119 Scientists Flesh Out Plans to Grow (and Sell) Test Tube Meat
120 Security Guru Gives Hackers a Taste of Their Own Medicine
121 Hurricane's Deep-Ocean Roar Sounds Its Strength
122 Top 5 Amazing Chemistry Projects
123 Birds Bomb F-22s