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1 Deadly fires, tornadoes rage across US
2 Dads in Space Make Time for Family
3 Pet Shop Boys spurn rescue shelter remix
4 Federal regulators deny protection to Calif. fish
5 Stem Cell Breakthrough May Lead to MS Treatments
6 Shares tumble as Bioxell lead drug fails in trial
7 China looks to expand stake in stem cell technology
8 Pa. forest drilling procedure suit settled
9 Asian companies the new players in Iraq's oil industry
10 Edge of Space Found
11 Friendly 'Death Star' Laser to Recreate Sun's Power
12 Brown fat may help adults lose weight
13 Very obese adults almost completely sedentary
14 Topical Spray Helped Men With Premature Ejaculation
15 Medication May Improve Scar Healing
16 Benzyl Alcohol Lotion Approved for Head Lice
17 Toll in China disease outbreak rises to 50
18 Facing hard times, Shriners may close 6 hospitals
19 High blood pressure in pregnancy a heart risk
20 Parkinson's Drugs Can Trigger Unhealthy Behaviors
21 Harmless Virus May Be Deadly to Breast Cancer
22 Health Tip: Warning Signs of Mental Illness
23 No strength in numbers for America's uninsured
24 Report warns of problems with multivitamins
25 7 (Crazy) Civilian Uses for Nuclear Bombs
26 Easter Eggs Give Clues to Next-Gen. iPhone
27 The Messy Future of Memory-Editing Drugs
28 Funny Anti-Gay-Marriage Ad Sparks YouTube Revolt
29 Moldova Calm After Twitter Storm
30 Consumer Group Asks Congress to Investigate Bandwidth Caps
31 Around the World in a Solar Boat
32 CompUSA Comes Back From the Dead
33 UPDATED--Web 2.0 Mogul Michael Arrington Creates New Web Tablet
34 Little Brother Is Watching You
35 NYC Church Tweeting the Passion of Christ
36 Cyberspying a Threat, and Everyone Is in on It
37 What Type of Web Commenter Are You?
38 Strange New World: Tech Picks of the Week
39 Hey! Where's My Hotmail?
40 Love Hormone Boosts Strangers' Sex Appeal
41 Hospital May Have Sidestepped Prior Rules for Face Transplant
42 Uni-flipper Turtle Gets It Straight With Swimsuit
43 Pa. Forest Drilling Procedure Suit Settled
44 You're Never Too Old To Come Of Age
45 Face Transplants: Amazing Progress
46 Which Campaign is Better: Microsoft's Laptop Hunter or Apple's Get a Mac?
47 $250,000 reward in phone cable vandalism
48 AT&T increases bounty on fiber vandals to $250K
49 Conficker also installs fake antivirus software
50 Conficker Shows Its Colors, Installs Rogue Antivirus
51 Zune HD photos may reveal Microsoft's next move
52 Microsoft may clone iPod touch as Zune HD
53 Space Station Nears an Extension
54 China denies role on US grid hacks
55 Cyber Wars: Turn out the lights, the party's over
56 China denies cyberattacks on U.S. power grid
57 Suspects caught after homeowner watches live video of burglary
58 Woman catches thieves with webcam-like security system
59 Amazon Is Developing Bigger-Screen Kindle
60 The pros and cons of traveling with Kindle
61 Report: Sprint working with Barnes & Noble on Kindle competitor
62 Kindle owners stage e-book price protest
63 Kindle owners rebel at inflated book prices
64 Amazon developing Kindle with larger screen--report
65 U.S. to upgrade volcano, earthquake monitoring
66 Stimulus spending flowing to volcano monitoring
67 Floods and volcanoes get stimulus attention
68 Dad takes hammer to kid's cell for 10,000 texts
69 Teen's Texts Rack Up a Nearly $5,000 Bill
70 From Brigham surgeons, the gift of a new face
71 Hospital announces second U.S. face transplant completed
72 New Drug Targets Advanced Prostate Cancer
73 Drug shows promise for drug-resistant prostate cancer
74 New Drug Shows Promise In Treating Drug-resistant Prostate Cancer
75 Novel drug for drug-resistant prostate cancer
76 New Prostate Cancer Drug May Hold Promise
77 Genentech Pulls Psoriasis Drug After Brain Infections (Update1)
78 New Prostate cancer drug showing promise
79 Bias for male offspring creates gender gap in China
80 Chinese Bias for Baby Boys Creates a Gap of 32 Million
81 China's birth limits create dangerous gender gap
82 Secondhand Smoke Affecting Millions of New Yorkers
83 New Yorkers Often Exposed to Cigarette Smoke, Study Finds
84 Give It Up, Smoker
85 Stem Cells Repair Damaged Corneas in Mice
86 Stem cell therapy grows new blood vessels
87 Program aids macular degeneration patients
88 Stem cell research: Scientific must, not political bust
89 Students Venture into Hearts of Violent Storms
90 Universe lit by dust-swaddled galaxies
91 Hurricanes peak a day after lightning
92 Land-speed record attempt builds up steam
93 Driving beats violence for emotional gaming
94 Will climate change spread disease?
95 New Laser Technique Advances Nanofabrication Process
96 Global Temperature Report--March 2009
97 Researchers Build Largest Disease Association Database Ever
98 Physicists Discover Important Step for Making Light Crystals
99 Molecule Prompts Damaged Heart Cells to Repair Themselves After a Heart Attack
100 Leading-Edge Data Analytics and Visualization Enable Breakthrough Science on Blue Gene/P
101 Astronomer's Discovery Poses Challenge to Galaxy Formation Theories
102 Human ES cells progress slowly in myelin's direction
103 Biological FM signal maintains inflammation in cancer, asthma and other diseases
104 New insight into an old reaction: Adenylylation regulates cell signaling
105 New method for detection of phosphoproteins reveals regulator of melanoma invasion
106 Genes from tiny algae shed light on big role managing carbon in world's oceans
107 Ancestors of African Pygmies and neighboring farmers separated around 60,000 years ago
108 Stem cell therapy makes cloudy corneas clear, according to Pitt researchers
109 Novel method predicts impact of a covert anthrax release
110 Life sticks: UC San Diego bioengineer's sticky insights published in journal Science
111 New therapeutic strategy could target toxic protein in most patients with Huntington's disease
112 MIT: How you feel the world impacts how you see it
113 Public trust doctrine could aid management of US oceans
114 Scientists discover pentagonal ice
115 North west tidal barrages could provide 5% of UK's electricity
116 Towards a natural pacemaker
117 UNC study: Scientists identify chemical compound that may stop deadly brain tumors
118 Penn biologists discover how 'silent' mutations influence protein production
119 Small RNAs can play critical roles in male infertility/contraception
120 Early administration of antiretroviral therapy can improve survival
121 Device Protects Transplanted Pancreatic Cells from the Immune System
122 CSHL researchers explain process by which cells 'hide' potentially dangerous DNA segments
123 Genes from tiny marine algae suggest unsuspected avenues for new research
124 Study finds multidrug-resistant gram-negative bacteria high in long-term care
125 Omega-3 Fatty Acids May Benefit Cancer Patients Undergoing Major Operations
126 CSHL-led team identifies key decision-point at which cells with broken DNA repair themselves or die
127 Understanding risk to Seattle's high-rise buildings from a giant Cascadian earthquake
128 The impact of 1989 Loma Prieta Earthquake--20 years later
129 California's central coast earthquake hazards: New information about recently identified faults
130 Monitoring Yellowstone earthquake swarms
131 Solomon Islands earthquake sheds light on enhanced tsunami risk
132 Scientists pinpoint the 'edge of space'
133 First Results from Penn's Balloon-Borne Telescope BLAST: Extragalactic Survey Reveals Half the Universe's Starlight
134 Physicists Discover Important Step for Making Light Crystals
135 Fresh details about Silver Creek Fault in downtown San Jose, Calif.
136 Imaging and discovery from USArray and EarthScope
137 Test quickly assesses whether Alzheimer's drugs are hitting their target
138 It's a fine line
139 How do they spread?
140 MIT: New insights into perception
141 Deadly parasite's rare sexual dalliances may help scientists neutralize it
142 Milestone tumor virus publication by Elsevier journal Virology
143 Research shows sharp rise in hospital admissions for children's dental care
144 Researchers find promotion is bad for mental health and stops you visiting the doctor
145 More women with early stage breast cancer choosing double mastectomies
146 Mount Sinai researchers discover novel mechanisms that might causally link type-2 diabetes to Alzheimer's disease
147 A healthy color
148 Hispanics Appear To Face Poorer Quality Nursing Home Care
149 Molecule prompts damaged heart cells to repair themselves after a heart attack
150 Scripps research scientists model 3D structures of proteins that control human clock
151 New report recommends nuclear policy on the path toward nuclear disarmament
152 Chinese slimming capsules
153 X marks the spot: Ions coldly go through NIST trap junction
154 Quantum computers will require complex software to manage errors
155 Nano changes rise to macro importance in a key electronics material
156 Traditional Media Provide More Comprehensive News Than Citizen Media and Blogs, MU Researchers Find
157 Caltech researchers train computers to analyze fruit-fly behavior
158 Cloud computing brings cost of protein research down to Earth
159 People Drive the Speed They Are Comfortable With on Gravel Roads Regardless of Speed Limit, K-state Researchers Say