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1 The Psychology of the Stimulus in a Game of Numbers
2 Porn in the USA: Conservatives Are Biggest Consumers
3 Teen Pregnancy on the Rise
4 Explorers begin epic Arctic trek
5 Roots author had Scottish blood
6 Ethical Man's guide to making a fortune in a low-carbon world
7 British 'careless' with liberties
8 Online shops look to prosper
9 Digital politics is different
10 'I have two headaches every day'
11 Finland's u-turn on alcohol tax
12 Alzheimer's plaques 'big impact'
13 Bye, Tech: Dealing With Data Rot
14 Dead Bats: Why It Matters To You
15 Obama's Marine One secrets in Iran?
16 Sensitive Security Information About President's Helicopter Sent To Iran
17 Data about Obama's helicopter breached via P2P?
18 iPhone's Not So Hot--Try Windows Phones, Ballmer Says
19 Phishers Target Facebook
20 The world's most expensive (and tasteless) iPhone
21 Announcing the $2.5 Million iPhone
22 iPhone Apps are the Real Money-Maker, Analyst Says
23 Apple does the right thing with App Store reviews, at last
24 Wedding Bells For Google And Twitter?
25 Google Joins Twitter: Playing Around, or Preparing to Purchase?
26 Twitter Is The You Tube Of Real-Time Search
27 Google joins Twitter
28 'Grand Theft' upgrade attacked
29 Lost And Damned Hugely Successful, Microsoft Claims
30 Passengers get sick aboard cruise ship
31 Seminar Sheds Light on the Truth about the Flu
32 UPDATE 1--Acorda drug found to help MS patients walk better
33 Acorda says The Lancet will print Fampridine study
34 New Drug Therapy May Improve Mobility For MS Patients
35 New Drug may improve conditions in MS
36 Fampridine a possible cure for multiple sclerosis
37 Healthy subsidy
38 Many Americans Do Not Understand COBRA Health Insurance
39 North Coast pot dispensaries welcome federal policy change
40 Local medical-pot laws likely to stay in place
41 Wider acceptance of medical marijuana has anti-drug groups worried
42 Medical Marijuana Is Back
43 Medical marijuana on track
44 Advocates applaud AG Holder on marijuana policy
45 Death With Dignity: A Law That's Hard for Many to Swallow
46 Prosser hospital won't help in assisted suicides
47 Death with Dignity Must be Made Available in All 50 States
48 Prosser hospital opts out of Death with Dignity
49 Don't Confuse FEN Death And Investigation With Aid In Dying
50 Alzheimer's may hijack chemical mechanism
51 Link found between Alzheimer's, mad cow protein
52 Alzheimer's-associated Plaques May Have Impact Throughout The Brain
53 Alzheimer Plaques May Affect More than Neurons
54 Vegetable-based drug could inhibit melanoma
55 Scientists discover mobile small RNAs that set up leaf patterning in plants
56 China plans space station with module launch in 2010
57 Amazon lets authors mute Kindle books read-aloud feature
58 China lunar probe mission ends with planned crash
59 Scientists Control Plasma Bullets
60 The sun is a star when it comes to sustainable energy
61 Self-Programming Hybrid Memristor/Transistor Circuit Could Continue Moore's Law
62 Audio Watermarking Technique Could Locate Movie Pirates
63 Researchers show small robots can prepare lunar surface for NASA outpost
64 Scientists discover oldest words in the English language, predict which ones are likely to disappear
65 Many middle-aged and older Americans not getting adequate nutrition
66 SKoreans buy air purifiers amid "yellow dust" warning
67 Schwarzenegger, 'green' gadgets at giant high-tech fair
68 Japan quail farm bird flu 'not H5N1': govt
69 British team trek to North Pole to measure sea ice
70 Bolivia pins hopes on lithium, electric vehicles
71 CO2 drop and global cooling caused Antarctic glacier to form
72 All prejudice isn't created equal; whites distribute it unequally to minorities
73 Nano-sonar uses electrons to measure under the surface
74 Research advances nanowire technology for large-scale applications
75 'Silver nanoparticle' microscope may shed new light on cancer, bone diseases
76 British company could deeply cut DNA scans' cost
77 Knowing when to fold: Engineers use 'nano-origami' to build tiny electronic devices (Video)
78 Self-aligning carbon nanotubes could be key to next generation of devices
79 Explaining the Mystery of the Voyager
80 An impossible alloy now possible
81 Energy simulation may explain turbulence mystery
82 Cross-Dressing Rubidium May Reveal Clues for Exotic Computing
83 Scientists pinpoint mechanism to increase magnetic response of ferromagnetic semiconductor
84 IceCube building goals exceeded at South Pole
85 Reverse Chemical Switching of a Ferroelectric Film
86 Random Antenna Arrays Boost Emergency Communications
87 Adjustable Fluidic Lenses for Eyesight Correction Applications
88 Superconductivity: the new high critical temperature superconductors
89 Team develops new metamaterial device
90 Hearst plans electronic reader for magazines: report
91 Nikon DSLRs can give eye-opening results
92 RIM rules out battery flaw with Blackberry Bold
93 BlackBerry Bold sales suspended in Japan
94 Newsday plans to 'end free Web content'
95 lets you legally watch premium video content
96 You can childproof your computer
97 Technology promises speedier San Diego crossing
98 Computer-assisted learning--Fun and usefulness combined
99 Seniors use brain training software to sharpen their minds
100 More older users heading for their keyboards
101 Recognizing an unheralded pioneer in Mac-happy Silicon Valley
102 Fewer students turn pages of yearbooks in digital age
103 Data Travels Six Times Faster in the Clouds
104 Good vibrations: Devices aid the deaf by translating sound waves to vibrations
105 Fossil skull of giant toothy seabird found in Peru
106 Understanding Natural Crop Defenses
107 Sinister business: Lefties have evolutionary boon
108 Bolivia: Colonialism understood as a sickness
109 Cell microenvironments hold key to future stem cell therapies
110 Why didn't Darwin discover Mendel's laws?
111 Self-digestion as a means of survival
112 Desert ants smell their way home
113 Scientists unlock the secrets of C. difficile's protective shell
114 Frog's immune system is key in fight against killer virus
115 Researchers piggyback to safer reprogrammed stem cells
116 Genome sequencing of fungus with biotechnological applications
117 Single polymer chains as molecular wires
118 What is good science?
119 Europe's bison: prehistoric survivor with Achilles' heel
120 Invasive Parasite Spreading Among West Coast Estuaries
121 From stem cells to new organs: Scientists cross threshold in regenerative medicine
122 New origin found for a critical immune response
123 What makes C-Diff superbug deadly?
124 Vitamin A signals offer clues to treating autoimmunity
125 Sex isn't just fun, it's healthy
126 Newly discovered gene plays vital role in cancer
127 Building strong bones: Running may provide more benefits than resistance training
128 Do doodle: Research shows doodling can help memory recall
129 How yeast is helping us to understand Parkinson's Disease
130 Drug improves mobility for some MS patients
131 Health campaigns that promote exercise may cause people to eat more
132 Japan reports bird flu outbreak on quail farm
133 Study shows that cochlear implant surgery is safe for the elderly
134 'Stay Dry' tested to help men with incontinence problems from prostate cancer treatments
135 Our Health: Louder and louder world harms our hearing
136 Is HIV testing during labor feasible?
137 Scientists show that language shapes perception
138 Scientists discover why teeth form in a single row
139 Long Distant Air Flights Increases Risk of Deep Venous Thrombosis 4X
140 Muscular dystrophy mystery solved; scientists move closer to MD solution
141 Penicillin Allergy Not Always Accurate
142 HIV is evolving to evade human immune responses
143 Youths are most influenced by negative family members and by positive adults outside the family
144 Alzheimer's-associated plaques may have impact throughout the brain
145 'Dark cells' of living retina imaged for the first time
146 Second MND gene mutation in one year signifies rapid research progress