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1 World's Worst E-Mail Gaffes, Read 'em and Reap Some Lessons
2 Oh Baby! Randy Bresnik to be on International Space Station When Daughter is Born
3 Twitter to Scrap Controversial Suggested User List
4 Korean Children Under 'Growing' Pressure
5 Food Allergies in Kids On the Rise
6 Zetia Fails to Show Benefit Over Niacin for Heart Patients
7 Five genes linked to Parkinson's disease
8 Mass arsenic poisoning mystery solved
9 Nano-nickel makes cheap self-cleaning surface
10 Tuna body shies from fishing ban
11 UN presses Iran on nuclear site
12 Plastic chemicals 'feminise boys'
13 Greenpeace to take poverty focus
14 Forest park given Dark Sky honour
15 Starvation 'wiped out' giant deer
16 Meteor shower set to reach peak
17 Shackleton's whisky to be dug up
18 Superfast train set for departure
19 Tick-tock--the clock is running on Galileo
20 Copenhagen Countdown: 24 days
21 Glowing bugs could find landmines
22 Apec leaders drop climate target
23 UN slated for stifling net debate
24 'Action needed' on internet bullying
25 Warning for online money mules
26 China joins supercomputer elite
27 Net gets set for language changes
28 Gut disorder 'blamed on leaks'
29 Bid to separate conjoined twins
30 Hypnosis has 'real' brain effect
31 Sherpa hospital in Himalayan heights
32 'I am blessed to have MS'
33 Britain's WWII brainwashing
34 Saving with Coupons from Networking Sites
35 STDs on the Rise; Better Testing Cited
36 Viagra for Women?
37 Gadhafi Tries to Woo Italian Gals to Islam
38 Australia Apologizes to Child Migrants
39 Poll: Worries Over Health Care Fine
40 Cholesterol Drug Study Raises Concerns
41 Internet Takes Another Step Toward Being Truly "Worldwide"
42 Egypt Grabs First Arabic Domain Name
43 Internet Governance Forum hit by censorship claims
44 Twitter Plans To Scrap 'Suggested Users' List
45 Twitter Definitely Ditching "Suggested Users List"
46 Twitter To Make Suggested Users Feature More Like Twellow's?
47 Apple Wins Lawsuit Against Psystar
48 Apple Wins Again: Judge Finds Psystar Guilty of Copyright, DMCA Violations
49 AMD-based Supercomputer Named Fastest In the World
50 AMD Tops Supercomputer Race, But Intel Powers Most
51 Jaguar supercomputer races past Roadrunner in Top500
52 Wow, AMD better than Intel (it's official)
53 AMD is a big winner in the supercomputer race
54 AMD Wins Supercomputer Race For Now With Jaguar
55 Intel claims it's driving supercomputers. Not AMD
56 Release This: New Super Mario Bros. Wii, Left 4 Dead 2 Debut Stateside
57 New Super Mario Bros. Wii Reviews: Is the Multiplayer Fun, or Brutal?
58 EU: bluefin tuna catches to be reduced
59 Fishing Body Agrees to Cut in Atlantic Tuna Quota
60 ICCAT fails to protect critically endangered tuna--again
61 ICCAT conservatively settles for reducing bluefin tuna quotas
62 New Google Book Pact Unlikely to End Flap
63 Rights group throws the e-book at Google
64 Android Market Badly Needs A Desktop Presence To Compete With The App Store
65 Microsoft Issues Advisory on Windows 7 Security Bug
66 Windows XP Users Are Slow to Move--Survey
67 AT&T offers cloud-based computing capacity
68 AT&T Announces Cloud Computing Efforts Amidst Webmail Woes
69 AT&T Announces Amazon-like Compute Cloud
70 ATT net service halted by cut fiber cable
71, E-Mail Suffers Outage
72 UPDATE 1--Merck up as Zetia trial less damaging than feared
73 Niacin Tops Zetia in Cutting Artery Plaque
74 UPDATE: Merck, Abbott Rise After Cholesterol-Drug Study
75 New Study Raises New Questions About Cholesterol Drug Zetia
76 Merck Cholesterol Woes May Rise on Loss to Abbott (Update1)
77 BEFORE THE BELL-Merck, Abbott shares up after study
78 Sexually spread diseases up, better testing cited
79 CDC: Teen girls have highest STD rate
80 Sex infections still growing in U.S., says CDC
81 Exposure to chemical may feminize boys' play
82 Does exposure to plastics make boys less masculine?
83 Phthalates linked to masculinity problems
84 Child Food Allergies on the Rise in U.S.
85 Food allergies among children on the rise
86 For Men at 40, Risk of Cardiac Death 1 in 8
87 AHA: Men at Higher Risk of Sudden Cardiac Death
88 Men: At 40, risk of cardiac death is 1 in 8
89 Sudden Cardiac Death Much More Likely to Strike Men
90 Medical marijuana groups threaten to sue if L.A. bans sales
91 Red Bluff to decide on pot ban Tuesday
92 Medical marijuana rules debated in towns across Colorado this week
93 Study Touts Success With 'Female Viagra' Drug
94 Boehringer drug shown to kindle female sex drive
95 ESSM: Flibanserin Boosts Sex Life of Low-Libido Women
96 Anti-depressant hailed as 'Viagra for women'
97 Viagra for Women? Drug Developed as Antidepressant Effective in Treating Low Libido
98 Spherix shares soar after positive results
99 Spherix Soars On Late-Stage Trial Success For Diabetes Drug
100 Spherix skyrockets on promising diabetes data
101 Spherix' Preliminary Late-Stage Data Bodes Well for Oral Antidiabetic
102 Nintendo Wii may provide actual exercise: study
103 Drug Industry Raising Rx Drug Costs as Health Care Reform Gets Closer
104 Drug industry raises prices by 9 percent
105 Drug Makers Raise Prices in Face of Health Care Reform
106 Vitamin D deficiency linked to strokes, heart disease: study
107 Vitamin D Could Significantly Reduce Heart Disease, Stroke Risk
108 Vitamin D cuts risk of cardiovascular disease
109 15 mins of sunbathing can cut stroke risk
110 Doctor reminds all of dangers of smoking
111 PRINCE: Prehospital intranasal cooling after cardiac arrest feasible, may improve survival
112 Chilling Brains Using Nose-Pumped Coolant Aids in Cardiac Care
113 Rapid Cooling Might Help Heart Attack Patients
114 Keep heart attack victim cool for better survival chance
115 Intra-Nasal Cooling During Resuscitation May Save More Brains After Cardiac Arrest
116 AHA: Cooling Cardiac Arrest Victims' Brains Before Admission Appears Beneficial