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1 SpoofCard Phone Case: Messing With Caller ID Isn't Always Funny
2 Liberal Group Urges Obama Not to Cater to GOP's Olympia Snowe on Public Option
3 Doctors' Group Under Fire for Coke Partnership
4 Judge Ruling on Los Angeles Marijuan[a] Ban May Have Ripple Effect
5 National Emergency: Obama Makes Formal Declaration on Swine Flu
6 US Swine Flu Deaths Surpass 1,000
7 Obama Declares Swine Flu a National Emergency
8 Pediatricians Fault Media Violence and Sex
9 What Lessons Massachusetts Holds for U.S. Health Care Reform
10 Former Scientologists Level Accusations
11 Shark mums 'invest' in newborns
12 Hackers target Guardian jobs site
13 Eye gene therapy boost for young
14 From Motown to TechTown
15 The Axis of Food Evil: Fat, Sugar and Salt
16 At Duke, Doctors Teach Obesity Ownership
17 Obesity: A Weighty Issue
18 Your Windows 7 Upgrade: Why and How
19 Five Things You Should Know About Upgrading From XP to Windows 7
20 Facebook Makeover: The Good, the Bad, and the Backlash
21 Windows 7: Whose idea was it really?
22 Apple dumps Sun's ZFS
23 Inside Apple's new Mac mini Server
24 Amazon Drops Kindle Pricing Again
25 Amazon Shakes up Kindle Selection
26 Shift to e-books to hurt bookstores, analysts say
27 Nook may rewrite e-reader market
28 Amazon fights to keep Kindle on top of e-book crowd
29 Net Neutrality FAQ: What's in it for You
30 Microsoft's new anti-virus program offers unassuming alternative
31 Microsoft's new anti virus free with genuine Windows
32 Microsoft Security Essentials ongoing beta begins
33 A Setback for Wolf Science
34 Who will foot bill for wolves?
35 Wolf plan meeting Tuesday in Spokane
36 Wolves in hunters' sights as Montana big-game season opens
37 Hunters urged to use caution in bear areas
38 Keep An Eye Out For Bears During Your Fall Hikes in the National Parks
39 Yellowstone wolves fall in rifle sights
40 88-Year-Old Woman Walks 10,000 Miles in Memory of Her Husband
41 88-Year-Old Walks 10,000 Miles For Late Husband
42 88-year-old woman legs out a 10,000-mile labor of love
43 Kennedy spars with church on abortion
44 RI Catholic bishop faults Rep. Kennedy on abortion
45 U.S. Attorneys "back off" prosecuting medicinal marijuana users
46 It's high time
47 Medical marijuana misconceptions debated
48 Medical marijuana regs ease, but border questions linger
49 Hawaii's medical marijuana program to be reviewed
50 Legal walls are mounting against War on Drugs
51 The Cannabis activists:
52 New evidence of culture in wild chimpanzees
53 Inventive approach may improve enzyme replacement therapy for Fabry disease
54 Immune system quirk could lead to effective tularemia vaccine
55 Climate scientists uncover major accounting flaw in Kyoto Protocol and other climate legislation
56 New research suggests how low doses of radiation can cause heart disease and stroke
57 UBC researchers find key microbial indicator of ocean health
58 Reprogramming a patient's eye cells may herald new treatments against degenerative disease
59 New study predicts future consequences of a global biofuels program
60 Despite claims, UK did not gas Iraqis in the 1920s, new research finds
61 Model microbial community for studying expanding dead zones characterized
62 Quick and easy diagnosis for mitochondrial disorders
63 Color differences within and between species have common genetic origin
64 Messenger RNA with FLASH
65 Boys with urogenital birth defects are 33 percent more common in villages sprayed with DDT
66 Trembling hands and molecular handshakes
67 Iberian wolves prefer wild roe deer to domestic animals
68 Seeing previously invisible molecules for the first time
69 New insight in the fight against the Leishmania parasite
70 Sex-based prenatal brain differences found
71 Despite Risk, Older African Americans More Likely Than Others To Avoid Flu Vaccine
72 Concurrent imaging of metabolic and electric signals in the heart
73 Testicular tumors may explain why some diseases are more common in children of older fathers
74 CSHL-led team discovers rare mutation dramatically increasing schizophrenia risk
75 Master regulator found for regenerating nerve fibers in live animals
76 Researchers make key step towards turning methane gas into liquid fuel
77 New molecules created by UC Riverside chemists have wide applications
78 Accounting error in climate treaties could lead to more deforestation
79 Treaty to limit CO2 should be followed by similar limits on other greenhouse pollutants
80 Sensor biochips could aid in cancer diagnosis and treatment
81 The CoRoT space mission: early results
82 Breakthrough for manmade enzymes
83 Nanowire biocompatibility in the brain: So far so good
84 The lotus's clever way of staying dry
85 Galaxy cluster smashes distance record
86 Miscounting bioenergy benefits may increase greenhouse gas release
87 Now hear this
88 Synthetic cells shed biological insights while delivering battery power
89 Biochemical 'on-switch' could solve protein purification challenge
90 Penn Study: Transforming Nanowires Into Nano-Tools Using Cation Exchange Reactions
91 Why antidepressants don't work for so many
92 Mantis shrimps could show us the way to a better DVD
93 Berkeley researchers create first hyperlens for sound waves
94 Patients in US 5 times more likely to spend last days in ICU than patients in England
95 'Difficult-to-treat asthma' may be due to difficult-to-treat patients
96 1 shot of gene therapy and children with congenital blindness can now see
97 Surgery potentially best option for severe migraine headaches
98 Clues to visual variant Alzheimer's; myopia and diabetic retinopathy risk
99 Treating ROP in tiny preemies; better glaucoma follow-up in urban clinic
100 Study shows how carbon nanotubes can affect lining of the lungs
101 Crossing paths
102 Obesity may hinder optimal control of blood pressure and cholesterol
103 South Asian Canadians failing to get exercise message
104 Aerobic exercise no big stretch for older adults but helps elasticity of arteries
105 The heart attack myth: Study establishes that women do have same the heart attack symptoms as men
106 OMRF scientists discover promising new path for treating traumas
107 UC San Diego researchers reverse pulmonary arterial hypertension in mouse models
108 How white is a paper?
109 A new technique identifies versions of the same song
110 Scientists of the UGR obtain a bioinsecticide to control the Mediterranean fruit fly
111 More students than ever before studying engineering and physical sciences at degree level
112 Boston University scientists first to see RNA network in live bacterial cells
113 Scientists create NICE solution to pneumonia vaccine testing problems
114 No Elder Left Behind: Researchers Say Designers Can Help Close Tech Gap
115 Berkeley Researchers Find New Route to Nano Self-Assembly
116 Caltech scientists solve decade-long mystery of nanopillar formations
117 Fatal frog fungal disease figured out
118 Making a cellular menagerie
119 Sudden moves spark brain battle
120 Meet the superheroes of science
121 Jeff Greason: NASA must invest in human space flight
122 Adopt green tech by 2014 to avert climate calamity
123 California's coastal waters a dump for fishing gear
124 Laser microscope aims to uncover alien life
125 'Gatorade for frogs' could stymie fungal killer
126 Found: first 'skylight' on the moon
127 White House panel sees little point to new NASA rocket
128 How green is your pet?
129 Brain-shrinking algae send sea lions off course
130 Stealthy wind turbines aim to disappear from radar screens
131 Augmented reality system lets you see through walls
132 Obama says US in global race to develop clean energy
133 Seven questions that keep physicists up at night
134 Memory and forgetting in the digital age
135 'We live in a tenth-of-a-second world'
136 Dream job 2: Exotic psychologist
137 Vive la difference of languages
138 How to turn pig poo into green power
139 Dream job 3: Lead programmer for a dot-com start-up
140 Testicular tumours linked to offsprings' disease