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1 CDC Underestimated New HIV Cases by 40 percent
2 Suicide Latest Twist in 7-Year Anthrax Saga
3 Bugs Use Air Bubbles to Survive Underwater
4 Queen's Guitarist Publishes Astrophysics Thesis
5 How Birth Control Brings Us Down
6 NASA Now Looking for Life's Building Blocks on Mars
7 The Choreography of Dancing Molecules
8 The Secrets of Prince Rupert's Exploding Glass Drops
9 5 Things You Must Know About Sleep
10 ScienceLives: Scientist Was Writing 'Books' by Age 5
11 Fermilab still playing Higgs hide-and-seek
12 Sonar does affect whales, military report confirms
13 Biodefence researcher linked to anthrax attacks
14 Phoenix Mars lander 'tastes' first sample of water ice
15 Killings by the mentally ill reach new low
16 Anthrax attack suspect dies in apparent suicide
17 Drugs could turn couch potatoes into athletes
18 IOC admits deal on Olympics censorship
19 Disgraced Korean cloning expert loses license
20 Total eclipse dazzles viewers in China
21 Kids' eyes need the great outdoors
22 Marijuana takes on colon cancer
23 Pollen-coated bullet could make its mark on criminals
24 Could China lead the green revolution?
25 Pneumatic robot arranges limbs for MRI 'sweet spot'
26 Software strips patients' names, keeps the gory details
27 Arctic ice continues to thin
28 Mangled stars could reveal ejected black holes
29 Back to basics for failed HIV vaccine
30 World's smallest snake discovered
31 Stinging Tentacles Offer Hint of Oceans' Decline
32 A Push to Wrest More Oil From Land, but Most New Wells Are for Natural Gas
33 Launch of Private Rocket Fails; Three Satellites Were Onboard
34 Will Americans Accept Greener Hotel Rooms?
35 Energy Boom in West Threatens Indian Artifacts
36 Getting Down With All That Skitters, Buzzes or Crawls
37 Simulating Age 85, With Lessons on Offering Care
38 Anthrax Case Renews Questions on Bioterror
39 The Overflowing American Dinner Plate
40 Take Away Their Menthols? Is That Cool?
41 My Literary Malady
42 Weighing the Health Benefits of Birth Control
43 Frittata With Greens
44 Proposed Bill Would Finalize Sunscreen Labeling Rules
45 Companies Stand By MS Drug After Illnesses
46 Invasive Species Bills Stuck in Congress
47 Low-Cost SpaceX Rocket Launch Test Fails
48 Ancestor of T-Rex Dinosaur Unearthed in Poland
49 Study Confirms Folklore Legend
50 Scientist: World's Smallest Snake in Barbados
51 Kids 'Play Tag' to Learn to Read
52 AT&T: 'We're All About Wireless'
53 The New Face of Heroin
54 CDC Underestimated New HIV Cases by 40 Percent
55 When Is a Sperm Donor a Dad?
56 Study: Restaurant Kids' Meals Loaded With Calories
57 125 Best Packaged Foods for Women
58 Plunging Head-First Into Troubled Water
59 When Obesity Surgery Is a Family Affair
60 T rex no match for Big Tooth
61 Boards of a feather stick together
62 World's smallest snake found
63 Caffeine use in athletes reignites debate
64 'Hopping' marine hotspots linked to geology
65 Cheaper fuel cell on the way
66 Ancient shark had colossal bite
67 Light goes out on pioneer machine
68 Milking it
69 Microsoft sees end of Windows era
70 Study revives six degrees theory
71 Thailand bans Grand Theft Auto IV
72 Do they really think the earth is flat?
73 Global Aids forum opens in Mexico
74 Kicking Yemen's qat habit
75 Drama 'over-eggs heart attacks'
76 Warning Sign: Metered Broadband Already a Hassle
77 New technique to compress light could open doors for optical communications
78 Esquire to geeks: hack our e-paper magazine cover
79 IBM Prepares to Fight off Microsoft
80 Can the iPhone Rule Gaming?
81 It's Pelican Vs. Trout In Idaho Predator Conflict
82 Reality Check On Offshore Drilling
83 Beware Of Sunburn Boosters
84 Chef Sorry For Recommending Poisoned Salad
85 12-Year-Old AIDS Activist Praised
86 Wise To Use Pharmacy Walk-In Clinics?
87 Study: Restaurant Kids' Meals Loaded With Calories
88 Linux Mobile Adds Products, Members In Bid To Match Symbian
89 LiMo Foundation Announces 7 New Handsets, 11 New Members.
90 Intel Plots Return to Graphics Cards with 'Larrabee'
91 Multi-core Intel chips to be used in handhelds and supercomputers?
92 Intel takes aim at Nvidia, AMD with new chip technology
93 Intel Larrabee: An Introduction
94 Intel Reveals More on the Larrabee
95 Intel details future 'Larrabee' graphics chip
96 Intel sees Nvidia, ATI competitor in Larrabee
97 SpaceX Falcon Sputters On Third Launch Attempt
98 FCC hauls Comcast over the coals
99 Zscaler Launches Cloud-Based Security Service
100 Zscaler Defines a New Standard for In-the-Cloud Security
101 Square Enix Confirms Final Fantasy XIII Will Launch In 2009
102 Study Confirms Folklore Legend
103 Six degrees of Kevin Bacon? Microsoft finds 6.6 in massive data bank
104 Instant-Messagers Really Are About Six Degrees from Kevin Bacon
105 Study: 'Six degrees of separation' a fact
106 Seven Degrees Of Separation
107 NASA Has Phoenix Looking For Life On Mars After Ice Discovery
108 Mars becomes the buzz in cyberspace
109 NASA craft probes ice on Mars
110 Update 2: Phoenix Touches And Tastes Martian Water
111 Phoenix Spacecraft Confirms Water on Mars
112 Mars Water Discovered, "Tasted" by Lander--A First
113 Nvidia's Plans Do Not Include Letting Its Chipset Business Go
114 Applications Spur Carriers to Relax Grip on Cellphones
115 Apple extends contract with AT&T, forgets about you
116 AT&T scoops iPhone to 2010, beyond
117 Box Office application mysteriously disappears from App Store
118 Not There Yet: The iPhone Has Some Growing to Do
119 Tool from EFF tests whether your Internet is being throttled
120 EFF releases tool that hunts BitTorrent throttling ISPs
121 Open Source Switzerland Network Testing Tool Catches ISP Throttlers In the Act
122 Two Apple security sessions cancelled at Black Hat
123 Apple bails out of Black Hat gig
124 Security, Security, More Security
125 QuakeCon '08 Reveals Doom 4 & Rage Plans, But No Sign Of Quake 5
126 Id: New Doom Will Look Really Really Good
127 Toyota's Winglet Is Ready For Tryouts
128 On Facebook, an 11-Letter Synonym for Scrabulous Turns Out to Be Wordscraper
129 Scrabulous returns to Facebook
130 Game Boys Counter Hasbro's Claims With Wordscraper Application
131 Rebates for using energy efficient storage technologies on the way
132 Lenovo Announces Ideapad S10
133 Anthrax Evidence Called Mostly Circumstantial
134 Anthrax Investigation: Case Closed?
135 Details Emerge Slowly in Anthrax Case
136 Some 'kids' meals' pack whole day's serving of calories
137 Hard to find healthy fast-food kids' meals
138 Kids' meals: Calorie overload?
139 Facing up to our failure with HIV/AIDS
140 Beef Tainted by E. Coli at Scout Camp, Officials Say
141 Growth hormone cuts abnormal fat in patients with HIV
142 Daily Doses of Growth Hormone May Aid HIV Patients
143 Sunscreen Labels Leave Consumers In The Dark
144 Nearly Half Of All Sunscreens Lack Proper Protection
145 Many Sunscreens Do Not Protect Against Sun's Harmful Rays
146 Proposed Bill Would Finalize Sunscreen Labeling Rules
147 12-year-old with HIV applauded at AIDS conference
148 Medicare Approves Fake Suppliers of Wheelchairs, Prosthetics
149 Medicare fraud sting uncovers costly gaps
150 Tobacco Regulation--A Step Forward to a Healthier Nation
151 With FDA Gaining Power Over Tobacco, They Can Protect Kids
152 House Votes to Let FDA Regulate Tobacco
153 House Votes to Let FDA Regulate Tobacco Industry
154 Drug offers promise of fitness without effort
155 Mighty Mouse in a Test Tube
156 Exercise in a Pill? Maybe
157 Exercise in Pill Form May Answer Prayers of Many
158 AICAR: Scientists say they've put exercise in a pill
159 What's in the pool water?
160 What Do the Olympic Rings Symbolize?
161 Estrogen May Have Preventive Role in Women's Schizophrenia
162 Can a Nuclear Blast Alter Earth's Rotation?
163 Dark Energy Signs Seen in Giant Clusters and Voids
164 Greek Mummy Found in Lead Coffin
165 Ancient Shark's Bite More Powerful Than T. Rex's
166 How the Olympics Changed the World
167 Secret to Towering Rogue Waves Revealed
168 New Manta Ray Species Discovered, Expert Says
169 Big Bang Ripples Formed Universe's First Stars
170 Huge Space Lake Confirmed on Saturn's Moon Titan
171 Marine-Life Hot Spots Shift Over Time, Study Says
172 World's Smallest Snake Discovered, Study Says
173 Lawsuit chips away at fish research
174 Scientists identify algae that almost swamped the Olympics
175 Falcon 1 blows it again
176 The end of AIDS is nowhere in sight
177 Column: Muse. Is religion good for your health?
178 Is our universe fine-tuned for life?
179 Software strips patients' names, keeps the gory details
180 Arctic ice continues to thin
181 Mangled stars could reveal ejected black holes
182 Back to basics for failed HIV vaccine
183 World's smallest snake discovered
184 Found: The hottest water on Earth
185 Invention: Exoskeleton for grannies, Hair-follicle fertiliser, Energy efficient display
186 Bacteria were the real killers in 1918 flu pandemic
187 Screensaver reveals new test for synaesthesia
188 Bottle-brush robot goes where 'pigs' can't reach
189 Global HIV stats called into question by US study
190 Falcon 1 rocket fails to reach orbit
191 Saving Our Bees: Ecologists Assess the Impact of People on Pollinators
192 Researchers Introduce Next Generation Tool for Visualizing Genomic Data
193 America Still on Top of R&D Despite "Healthy Competition"
194 Scientists Discover Networks of Metal Nanoparticles Are Culprits in Alloy Corrosion
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