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1 High BMI bad for brain
2 The next killer disease
3 Alcohol's effect on the brain
4 Brain exercise boosts IQ?
5 Passive smoking a real danger
6 Back support no help for pain
7 New way to suppress HIV
8 Flower power may bring ray of sunshine to cancer sufferers
9 Scientists discover new ocean current
10 Zebrafish may help solve ringing in vets' ears
11 Graphene-based gadgets may be just years away
12 UIC scientists discover how some bacteria survive antibiotics
13 Early treatment of stomach infection may prevent cancer
14 Researchers develop new ultrasensitive assay to detect most poisonous substance known
15 Decoding the dictionary: Study suggests lexicon evolved to fit in the brain
16 Research Team Is First to Model Photochemical Compass for Bird Navigation
17 How Much Do Chemicals Affect Our Health?
18 A Dead Man's Eyes Hold the Key to His Age
19 Conquering Your Fears, One Synapse at a Time
20 Think You Can Live Without Plastic?
21 The Dirty Truth About Plastic
22 Eating Paper in Search of Missing Nutrients
23 Finally! A Nearly Foolproof Circumcision.
24 How the Heck Did a Woman Become Fused to a Toilet Seat?
25 A Chat With George W. Bush's Conscience
26 The reason fat people find it hard to lose weight is found
27 Smog Eating Eco House in Cyprus
28 Impossible smells exhibition opens
29 Alaskan Capital Cuts Power Consumption By 40%
30 Ape Genius reveals depth of animal intelligence
31 Is Wireless Power Closer Than We Think?
32 Terry Kenney Wants to Turn Big Truck Traffic into Electricity
33 AT&T Providing Free Wi-Fi Access to iPhone Users [Updated]
34 Affordable Electric Cars Coming to US in 2009
35 The World's Largest Hybrid
36 Ultra-Long-Endurance Aircraft to Stay Aloft for Years
37 New Prosthetic Hand So Nimble an Amputee Can Type
38 Art On Tokyo's Construction Fences
39 Troops' body parts may be regrown
40 The housewife explorers who climbed the Himalayas
41 Surgeons give hope to blind with successful 'bionic eye' operations
42 Yahoo shares tumble in premarket trading with Microsoft out
43 How Much Do You Make?
44 Idaho Team Readies Artificial Beak for Wounded Bald Eagle
45 Sea Lions Shot Dead on Columbia River as Salmon Battle Rages
46 City Adrenaline Junkies Scrap Helmets, Brakes
47 Worldwide Nuisance Spam Turns 30
48 Bizarre Plants
49 Fat Children May be Tied to a Lifetime of Obesity
50 Major Arctic sea ice melt is expected this summer
51 Your Keyboard: Dirtier Than a Toilet
52 How to Spot the Measles
53 Girl Survives Surgery to Remove 12-Pound Facial Tumor
54 Special Schools for Pregnant Girls?
55 Nuclear reactor 'flawed from start'
56 Neanderthals were quite separate
57 Tough grasses may be key to new carbon sink
58 N/A
59 Colossal squid's true size revealed
60 In pictures: Colossal cuts
61 Diet treatment call for epilepsy
62 Does Ballmer Need To Go?
63 Who Should MDs Let Die In A Pandemic? Report Offers Answers
64 Medical Marijuana User Who Was Denied Liver Transplant Dies
65 Microsoft and Yahoo: Not even on the same page
66 Yahoo and Yang face new pressure after Microsoft walks away
67 Grand Theft Auto simplifies song purchasing
68 A Strange City Called Home
69 GTA IV's music tie-in turns game developers into music promoters
70 If You Use Outlook E-Mail, Meet Xobni
71 Xobni For Outlook Is Here To Deal With Your Messy Inbox
72 Xobni Inbox Plugin for Outlook
73 Mysterious Online Photo May Not Be That Of Missing Tionda Bradley
74 Family told Tionda isn't 'mystery girl'
75 AT&T Launches Mobile TV Service For Cell Phones
76 Blu-ray uphill Battle ahead this Holiday Shopping Season
77 Does Mom Need the Wii Fit? Wal-Mart Thinks So
78 Walmart calls your mother overweight: suggests Wii Fit
79 Astronaut calls landing 'one big hit and a roll'
80 Whitson describes rough Soyuz entry and landing
81 WILD RIDE: Soyuz astronaut recalls terrifying descent
82 Adobe move makes Flash more mobile
83 Open Screen: Adobe Lifts Restrictions on Mobile Flash Use
84 AJAX World--Adobe Makes Flash & AIR Free for Mobile Widgets
85 Westin Hotels to have Wiis in thier rooms
86 China says hand, foot and mouth disease spreading among children
87 Anti-psychotic drug use soars in UK children, too
88 Call it the doped-up generation
89 Even After Weight Loss, Fat Cells Remain
90 Tantalizing questions about obesity
91 Obesity Hard to Control as Fat Cell Number Remains Unchanged
92 Fat cell numbers in your teens set you up for life
93 Study Shows Toilets Are Cleaner Than Office Keyboards
94 Computer keyboards are filthier than loo seats!
95 Scientists order filthy keyboard 'condemned'
96 Firings at Mental Hospitals Over Abuse
97 Please, buy my kidney to secure her future
98 Australian doctor proposes paying $47,000 for a kidney
99 Australia kidney specialist sparks organ sales row
100 Australian Kidney specialist sparks organ sales row
101 Younger Women Often Miss Signs of Heart Attack
102 Younger Women Misinterpret Heart Attack Symptoms
103 No show, but 1,000 come out
104 Motorcycle event that draws thousands canceled
105 Women scientists at Yale, UC-San Francisco win $500K Albany Med award
106 Medical marijuana user who was denied liver transplant dies
107 March planned for medical marijuana
108 A study reveals how cells communicate to activate the cell division machinery
109 The secret to long life may not be in the genes
110 Iron supplements might harm infants who have enough
111 Fungi have a hand in depleted uranium's environmental fate
112 Lean and mean biomass-degrading fungus reveals capabilities for improved biofuel production
113 Turning fungus into fuel
114 Scientists discover why plague is so lethal
115 Getting wise to the influenza virus' tricks
116 Melting defects could lead to smaller, more powerful microchips
117 Second genetic link to weight and obesity
118 1 in 10 children using cough, cold medications
119 Secondhand smoke exposure can cause cell damage in 30 minutes
120 New Clorox disinfectant is EPA registered to kill both known types of MRSA
121 Flip flops, mulch and no coat
122 Controlling embryonic fate by association
123 Children more vulnerable to harmful effects of lead
124 Nearly one-third of US parents don't know what to expect of infants
125 Volcano in 1600 Caused Global Disruption, Study Suggests
126 N/A
127 How the Wealthy Medici Changed the World
128 Jupiter's Rings Made in the Shade
129 Cyclone Death Toll Nears 4,000 in Myanmar
130 Chilean Volcano Town Nearly Deserted
131 Wounded Bald Eagle Getting Artificial Beak
132 Mechanical Squirrels Jump into Research
133 10% of U.S. Kids Using Cough Medicine Every Week
134 Why the 1930s Dust Bowl Was So Bad
135 Slow Down: Whale Crossing
136 Humans: The Strangest Species
137 Fat cell numbers stay constant through adult life
138 Spacecraft to fly into Sun's corona for first time
139 Fungi lock depleted uranium out of harm's way
140 Censorship exposed at US environment agency
141 Eye-tracking interface means gamers' looks can kill
142 Fat children may be tied to a lifetime of obesity
143 Enzyme could be malaria's weakest link
144 Why alcohol makes you loosen up and lash out
145 Don't stop hurricanes, guide them
146 Earth 'noise' could attract alien invaders
147 65-Million-Year-Old Asteroid Impact Triggered a Global Hail of Carbon Beads
148 Apples, Apple Juice Shown to Prevent Early Atherosclerosis
149 Record-Setting Laser May Aid Searches for Earthlike Planets
150 Rice Plants That Resist Uptake of Arsenic Could Ease Shortage
151 Study Finds That Fat Cells Die and Are Replaced
152 Giuseppe Attardi Is Dead at 84; Studied Cells for Clues to Aging
153 Can You Become a Creature of New Habits?
154 Pursuing the Next Level of Artificial Intelligence
155 The Particle Whisperers
156 Fungi have a hand in depleted uranium's environmental fate
157 Neanderthals were separate species, says new human family tree
158 Smart' power meters herald future of our electricity use [cf. 171]
159 Melting defects could lead to smaller, more powerful microchips
160 Is this the rice super-gene?
161 Turning fungus into fuel
162 Google wins from end of Microsoft-Yahoo affair: analysts
163 Gene sequence that can make half of us fatter is discovered
164 Controlling embryonic fate by association
165 Nixing immaturity in red blood cells
166 'Nanomechanical Oscillators' Could Lead to New Class of Computers
167 Quantum Mechanical Con Game
168 Baltic sea ice cover hits an all-time low: meteorologists
169 Cell phones top SKorean kids' gift list
170 No Power Use in Standby: New Zero-Watt Monitor
171 Smarter electric grid could be key to saving power [cf. 158]
172 In US, electronic repo device stalls cars of late payers
173 Strap-On Helicopter Could Offer Solo Flying Experience
174 Tesla rolls out its long-awaited electric sports car
175 Talking up a new role for cell phones in telemedicine
176 'Deaf by God' tried in Old Bailey records
177 Beetle-ravaged forests prompt campground closures in Rockies
178 Idaho team readies artificial beak for wounded bald eagle
179 Bacterial slime helps cause serious disease
180 DNA tests reveal mystery surrounding playwright Schiller
181 Sea lions shot dead on Columbia River as salmon battle rages
182 Getting wise to the influenza virus' tricks
183 Secondhand smoke exposure can cause cell damage in 30 minutes
184 The secret to long life may not be in the genes
185 Kidney disease worsens in a fourth of African-Americans despite therapy for hypertension
186 Flip flops, mulch and no coat
187 Mental disorders in parents linked to autism in children
188 Who should MDs let die in a pandemic? Report offers answers
189 Anti-psychotic drug use soars in UK children, too
190 24 Chinese children die of virus; other countries affected
191 Part II: Straining to progress, as family challenges mount
192 Second breast cancer may be greater than thought for high-risk women without BRCA mutations
193 Iron supplements might harm infants who have enough
194 Alcoholism is not just a 'man's disease' anymore
195 Commonly used medications associated with impaired physical function in older adults
196 Children more vulnerable to harmful effects of lead
197 Mothers less likely to pursue HPV vaccination for youngest daughters
198 Handwriting recognition interface appears in iPhone Software 2.0
199 Flash Wars: Adobe in the History and Future of Flash [Part 1 of 3]
200 Leopard's secret: the end of windows?
201 Overseas iPhone devs accepted
202 iCab 4.1.1
203 8GB iPhone: Gone, baby, gone
204 Microsoft beats a hasty retreat
205 So much for that...
206 A 4-million track typo
207 Top marks for service
208 iLounge launches 'Design The Next iPhone, Win The Next iPhone Contest'
209 WSJ: Time to bail on MSFT, Microsoft's corporate strategy no better than their mediocre software
210 Apple includes Chinese handwriting recognition in iPhone 2.0 Beta
211 Canada's Bell Aliant first to launch Apple Macbook and Internet package in North America
212 Enderle: Steve Jobs vs. Steve Ballmer
213 'Mac cloner' Psystar will need major cash to fight off Apple's likely legal challenges
214 Apple's iPhone Dev Program now open to international developers
215 Apple's pile of cash growing rapidly
216 Ballmer's Folly ends: Microsoft abandons Yahoo bid because of Google
217 Apple's iPhone, iPod touch soon to have a whole lotta shakin' goin on