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1 Is it Mutant or Health Food?
2 Hackers attack Iraq's vulnerable computers
3 Katrina-Battered Homes Now Going Green
4 NASA 'reviews shuttle shelf-life'
5 Pre-school 'gives maths boost'
6 UK escapes the worst of bluetongue
7 Dog to sniff out threatened bees
8 Farm pregnancy 'cuts asthma risk'
9 'Game' to get people walking again
10 Useful Google Talk Bots That You Must Add as Friends
11 N/A
12 Psystar calls Apple a 'monopoly' in antitrust charges
13 Amazon Deforestation On The Rise
14 Treadmill Rewires Brain After Stroke
15 Palin vs Polar Bears
16 NASA Studies Viability of Operating Shuttle Beyond 2010
17 NASA chief: Can shuttle fly after 2010?
18 Report: NASA studies extending shuttle to 2015
19 NASA report asks, 'What if'
20 IE8 Breaking Microsoft's Web Standards Promise?
21 Microsoft: No more Windows Live Mail crashes with IE8 Beta 2
22 Microsoft Adds Privacy Tools to Internet Explorer 8
23 Apple looks to fix 'minor' iPhone security flaw
24 Apple Won't Fix iPhone Passcode Hole Until September
25 Google Earth to license new satellite imagery
26 Google Maps to get better satellite imagery from GeoEye
27 Google to buy GeoEye satellite imagery
28 GeoEye-1 Poised for Sept. 4 Launch
29 Postcard From Mars!
30 Visions of Mars...and more!
31 Phoenix Lander Sends Postcard From Mars 90 Days After Mission Began
32 NASA Phoenix Mission Conducting Extended Activities on Mars
33 As the Martian Seasons Change, NASA's Robots Press On
34 The Number of People Infected with West Nile Virus Increases
35 Reno reports first West Nile virus case this year
36 HIV Prevention Needs To Improve To Stop The Spread
37 Deadly inattention to HIV
38 Treadmill Rewires Brain After Stroke
39 Treadmill Workouts Help Stroke Survivors
40 Gentle exercise can help stroke victims recover, new study says
41 Officials scramble to find source of CWD
42 Harvard Researchers Make Breakthrough in Cell Reprogramming
43 Diabetes researchers convert pancreas cells to produce insulin
44 Research 'reprograms' pancreas cells in mice
45 Researchers turn living cells into insulin-makers
46 Stop Bothering The Earwax!
47 Hearing Specialist Craft First Professional Guidelines For Earwax
48 GUIDELINES: Dealing With Ear Wax
49 New Guidelines Recommend Leaving Your Earwax Alone
50 Body-parts mastermind pleads guilty
51 Lead body snatcher pleads guilty
52 Fish Oil, Not AstraZeneca Drug, Fights Heart Failure (Update2)
53 Astra's Crestor fails in new heart-failure study
54 UPDATE: Glaxo's Lovaza Shows Benefits In Heart Failure-Study
55 Making a Name for Drugs Without Using Their Names
56 For Chantix and Ambien, Ads That Dare Not Speak the Drugs' Names
57 Name That Drug? Not In These Ads...
58 Hawaii Medical Center files Chapter 11 bankruptcy
59 Isle medical center in Chapter 11
60 Oahu hospital operator files for Chapter 11 bankruptcy
61 Landmark study opens door to new cancer, aging treatments
62 'Superbug' breast infections controllable in nursing mothers, UT Southwestern researchers find
63 New genes found for inflammatory bowel disease in children
64 Ice Age lesson predicts a faster rise in sea level
65 New master switch found in the brain that regulates appetite and reproduction
66 New approach, old drug show promise against hepatitis C, Stanford research shows
67 Engineers create bone that blends into tendons
68 No more big stink: scent lures mosquitoes, but humans can't smell it
69 UT Southwestern specialist leads effort to craft first professional guidelines for regarding earwax
70 Magmatically triggered slow earthquake discovered at Kilauea Volcano, Hawaii
71 Researchers discover atomic bomb effect results in adult-onset thyroid cancer
72 Study confirms vCJD could be transmitted by blood transfusion
73 Blood vessel cells are instructed to form tube-like structures
74 Protecting Those Who Heal
75 Engineers Create Bone that Blends into Tendons
76 Diversity among parasitic wasps is even greater than suspected
77 Key discovered to cold tolerance in corn
78 Caltech scientists create DNA tubes with programmable sizes for nanoscale manufacturing
79 Researchers Devise Means to Create Blood by Identifying Earliest Stem Cells
80 Landmark study opens door to new cancer, aging treatments
81 New genes found for inflammatory bowel disease in children
82 New master switch found in the brain that regulates appetite and reproduction
83 Hurricanes Katrina and Rita provide glimpse of what could happen to offshore drilling if Gustav hits Gulf
84 Antidepressants in suicide prevention
85 'Racetrack' for fast electrons in semiconductor structures
86 Sex differences seen in response to common antidepressant
87 Neurogenesis in the adult brain: The association with stress and depression
88 Global study shows telmisartan reduces outcome of cardiovascular death, heart attack or stroke
89 National guidelines released for earwax removal
90 Smoking during pregnancy a 'double-edged sword' in SIDS
91 Heavy breathing--an obscure link in asthma and obesity
92 Flu shot does not reduce risk of death
93 New research finds chewing gum may help reduce stress
94 New approach, old drug show promise against hepatitis C, Stanford research shows
95 'Superbug' breast infections controllable in nursing mothers, UT Southwestern researchers find
96 Queen's researchers provide solution to world's worst mass poisoning case
97 Tiny 3-D ultrasound probe guides catheter procedures
98 Drug hope for heart patients
99 Breaking harmful bonds
100 Robots Learn to Follow
101 European group aims to make maths teaching more rigorous and inspiring
102 Hurricane Evacuations: A Better Way
103 Lights Out for Fireflies?
104 Why Holding Kids Back in School Is Bad
105 Now Hear This: Don't Remove Earwax
106 The Science of Fantasy Football
107 Threatened Monkey Populations Surprisingly Large
108 Origin of Nerves Traced to Sponges
109 Golden Oldie: Mr. Fish Is 27
110 Plants reveal ozone's history
111 Heart of 'ageing enzyme' revealed
112 Test predicts the swing of floating voters
113 'Unbreakable' greenhouse gas meets its doom at last
114 Amazon hides an ancient urban landscape
115 Hot bullet casings can still finger the criminal
116 Abused kids may be more prone to asthma
117 NASA's 'electronic nose' could sniff out cancer
118 Space station computer virus raises security concerns
119 Computer meltdowns in space: a short history
120 Mars rover clambers out of Victoria Crater
121 China quake forces rethink over hazard maps
122 Facebook application turns users into attackers
123 Gut-boosting molecule could fight off stubborn bugs
124 Malaria's big bang was sparked by switching hosts
125 Human geography is mapped in the genes
126 New brain cells are essential for learning
127 Study Says Eyes Evolved for X-Ray Vision
128 Studies Question Health Benefit of Post-Exercise Meals
129 Scientists Find Oil Leak Threatening Chuuk Lagoon
130 Unexpected Large Monkey Population Discovered
131 Engineers Create Bone that Blends into Tendons
132 Diversity Among Parasitic Wasps Is Even Greater than Suspected
133 New Master Switch Found in the Brain That Regulates Desire for Food and Ability to Reproduce
134 A Blow to the Oxygen Theory of Extinction
135 Cinnamon Is Key Ingredient in Anti-Mold Wrapper
136 Helping the Stars Take Back the Night
137 Truce Is Reached in Battle Over Idaho Forest Land
138 California Moves on Bill to Curb Sprawl and Emissions
139 Researchers Report Advances in Cell Conversion Technique