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1 Strange New World: Tech Picks of the Week
2 Top 7 Smart Phone Applications to Make Your Life Easier
3 Australians 'complacent' to earthquakes
4 Sickness certificates more harm than good
5 Very hot tea may cause throat cancer
6 Population in Space at Historic High: 13
7 Astronaut Chef Redefines Cooking on High
8 German court rules PETA Holocaust ad offensive
9 Scientists find new species in Papua New Guinea
10 2 rare clouded leopard cubs born at zoo in Va.
11 Genes May Boost Harm to Kids From Secondhand Smoke
12 Taiwan to set up major biotech fund
13 Biogen hopes to have PML-related test by year-end
14 Toshiba, Sharp mull 'solar power tie-up'
15 Pa. court to officer: No sense of smell, no job
16 Clean Energy Plays Dirty in Mexico
17 The Truth on Whether 'Opposites Attract'
18 Learning disabled may engage in unsafe sex: survey
19 Circumcision Guards Against STDs
20 Study: Male circumcision helps prevent 2 STDs
21 Too many kids spend little time outdoors
22 Fish in U.S. Rivers Tainted With Common Medications
23 Newly Pregnant Smokers Have a 15-Week Window to Quit
24 Health Tip: Your Children Need Iron
25 Health Tip: Depression Among Seniors
26 Shriver, Gingrich push for Alzheimer's 'Manhattan Project'
27 Loneliness tied to poorer health in old age
28 Fla. congresswoman fought cancer in secret
29 AIDS Drug Slows Spread of Deadly Childhood Brain Cancer
30 Doctors say kidney stones in kids are on the rise
31 CDC: Most adults should restrict salt but don't
32 CDC: Fido and Fluffy behind 86,000 falls a year
33 Bad News: Scientists Make Cheap Gas From Coal
34 First Look at Tesla's Stunning Model S
35 Trade Electricity Like Pork Bellies
36 Google Takes a Breather on Acquisitions
37 Video: What's in the Bag? 3-D Scanners for Airports
38 It's Time to Drop the 'Expectation of Privacy' Test
39 Navy Scientists Zip Lips on Cold Fusion Tests
40 E-Book Reader Roundup: Samsung's Papyrus Joins the Crowd
41 Government Agencies Make Friends With New Media
42 Hackers Deface Aussie Censorship Board's Website
43 Obama: Yup, We're at War in Pakistan (Updated Again)
44 Russia's New Arctic Fighting Force
45 Reminiscing with Carl Sagan
46 Geeky Reading for the Pre-School Set
47 Poll: Was Steve Jobs Right to Trade DRM for $1.29 Hit Singles?
48 Batting .500, Japan Preps for North Korea Missile Knockdown
49 FedEx Blackmails Congress, And Boeing Is Stuck In the Middle
50 Crabs 'sense and remember pain'
51 Science GCSE standards 'lowered'
52 GCSE science concerns explained
53 Obama adviser on new era for science in US
54 A blow for fans of boiled lobster
55 Volunteers flock to space experiment
56 Social sites dent privacy efforts
57 MTV and YouTube go head to head
58 When game playing is learning
59 'Three-strikes' law for net users
60 Steaming hot tea linked to cancer
61 Thyroid disorders 'misdiagnosed'
62 Bedbug cases on the rise in NY
63 Pay-out due in 'toxic sofa' claim
64 Pope 'distorting condom science'
65 Medical scan sensitivity boosted
66 'Treating' sexuality: Your reaction
67 10 ways to get a really good sleep
68 CNET: Twitter Still Has No Business Model
69 Global Warming Gives Nuclear Green Sheen
70 Boo: Twitter Full Of Ghostwriters
71 How Safe Is Your Data In "The Cloud"?
72 Source: Obama To Up Auto Fuel Standards
73 Is Your Drywall A Rotting Health Hazard?
74 Vets Get Disease Scare Over Colonoscopies
75 Experimental Ebola Vaccine Used On Human
76 Earth Hour Participants to Turn Off PCs, Smartphones
77 Apple WWDC Dates Announced: Rumors Abound
78 Apple Reveals WWDC Date; Let the Rumors Begin!
79 Ten Million+ Infections Strong, Conficker Worm Prepares for April 1 Update
80 Alaska volcano rumbles and grumbles again
81 Alaska volcano erupts again
82 NVIDIA Files Countersuit Against Intel
83 Nvidia Countersues Intel over Nehalem Rights
84 Microsoft ad's 'average consumer' is an actress
85 Microsoft Hits Apple Where it Hurts
86 New Microsoft Ad Says PCs Cool, Macs Expensive
87 Twitter's spooky secret: It's full of ghosts
88 Ghost Twitterers Shatter Our Faith in All That's Well and Good in the World
89 Celebrity Twitter Ghost Writer, Hot Job For The Recession
90 Defeat and Some Success for Texas Evolution Foes
91 Texas may end school anti-evolution requirements
92 Texas rejects effort to require teaching of evolution 'weaknesses'
93 Votes split on science curriculum
94 In an evenly split vote, the state Board of Education on Thursday upheld teaching evolution as accepted mainstream science.
95 Skype Coming To The iPhone Next Week: Report
96 Skype App Coming to Apple iPhone at CTIA?
97 iPhone With Skype May Be Right Around The Corner
98 Here comes the Cloud Manifesto, to be signed by the usual suspects
99 Amazon Web Services: No Open Cloud Manifesto for us
100 Microsoft Vs. The Cloud Manifesto
101 Facebook COO on redesign: Still figuring it out
102 DigiYumi: The Hypocrisy of Facebook
103 Study Links Throat Cancer To Drinking Very Hot Tea
104 Drinking very hot tea can increase risk of throat cancer: study
105 Wait Four Minutes to Drink Tea to Avoid Cancer, Researchers Say
106 Dogs, cats send 86,000 Americans flying annually
107 In the Home, a Four-Legged Tripwire
108 CDC Analysis Tracks Falls Related to Pets
109 Too Much Salt Hurting Majority of Americans
110 Most Americans Consume Double Recommended Amount Of Salt Daily
111 Using Too Much Salt Is Common in U.S., CDC Says
112 Most US Adults Should Reduce Sodium Intake
113 Rising Number Of Children With Kidney Stones
114 Meat vs. Climate: The Debate Continues
115 3 Exposed to Rabies After Wild Bobcat Terrorizes Town
116 Caught on camera: Bobcat walks into bar, attacks 3 people
117 Sting Operation Exposes Gaps in Oversight of Human Experiments
118 GAO Sting Raises Questions About Medical Trial Oversight
119 Fake Medical Product Gets Approval for Testing
120 Feds raid S.F. medical marijuana dispensary
121 DEA Back to it's Old Tricks--Raids San Fran Marijuana Dispensary
122 Did someone not get the memo? DEA raids San Francisco medical pot store
123 Assemblymember Tom Ammiano Reacts to DEA Raid of SF Cannabis Medical Dispensary
124 San Francisco Pot Club Raided