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1 Who Is Responsible for Averting an Asteroid Strike?
2 Think You Know Hubble? Top 10 Things You Don't Know
3 New Weapon Turns Fire Ants into Headless Zombies
4 Primate Fossil Could Be Key Link in Evolution
5 Obama Names New York Health Chief to Head CDC
6 This Week's Podcast: The Great Health Care Reform Debate
7 Parents Struggle to Seek Help Caring for Adult Children
8 Swine Flu vs. Bird Flu: Which Is the Greater Pandemic Threat?
9 Hubble gyros fixed after struggle
10 Spotify spells out expansion plan
11 A sound start for speech tech
12 Heart disorder Alzheimer's link
13 Swine flu hits India and Turkey
14 'I had pain-free prostate recovery'
15 Astronauts Face Toughest Hubble Repair Yet
16 Prepaid Wireless: Finding The Best Bargain
17 Should Internet Privacy End At Death?
18 Fossil Find May Tweak Evolution Debate
19 Study Looks At Early Navajo Use Of Smoke Signals
20 Hungry Eagles Target Maine's Coastal Seabirds
21 European Scientists Launch New Space Telescope
22 Crusading NY Health Chief Picked To Head CDC
23 2 Yellowstone Workers Fired After Watering Geyser
24 Inside The Obama Notre Dame Controversy
25 Farrah's Heartwrenching Battle With Cancer
26 Farrah's Cancer Rare, But Often Treatable
27 Shining Light On Great Sunscreen Debate
28 Study: Ginger Helps Chemo Nausea
29 Facing Challenges, Astronauts Repair Hubble
30 Astronauts to Try Complex Repair on Hubble's Broken Main Camera
31 Astronauts Work on Replacing Hubble's Gyroscopes
32 Facebook Phishers Fight On
33 Ex-Astronaut Is Top Candidate to Run NASA
34 Former shuttle commander expected to become NASA chief
35 Obama to interview Bolden for NASA chief
36 New iPhone 2009 may support real Background Apps
37 Apple Rumors: iPod Gets an iPhone-like Camera and 'Project Charlie'
38 The App Store Crapshoot Strikes Again
39 Apple execs disclose options for boosting iPhone market share
40 Why Google's Outage Wasn't a Complete Failure
41 Google Service Outage Intensifies Scrutiny
42 The Courts Google
43 Dredging of Pollutants Begins in Hudson
44 GE dredging of PCBs from upper Hudson River begins
45 Google Users Live By the Cloud, Die By the Cloud
46 Cloud Computing's Skittish Early Adopters
47 Google goes down, questions about cloud computing arise
48 HP laptop batteries recalled for overheating
49 HP Recalls Notebook Batteries After Overheating
50 Scientists Review Projected Impact of Ice Sheet Melt
51 Melting Antarctic Ice May Raise Sea Levels Less Than Previously Feared
52 West Antarctic ice sheet collapse 'exaggerated,' scientists say
53 Team Presentations a Sign of Things to Come for Apple
54 Brain-Controlling Flies to Triumph Over Alien Ants?
55 Latest pest-control attempt: Turn fire ants into zombies
56 WHO says H1N1 flu cases, death toll rise
57 Swine Flu May Have Infected More Than 100,000 Americans
58 Obama Says He's 'Heartened' by Progress on Energy, Health Care
59 Obama hails efforts on clean energy, health care
60 Health Care Leaders Say Obama Overstated Their Promise to Control Costs
61 Health Costs Are the Real Deficit Threat
62 UPDATE 3--Turkey confirms first case of H1N1 flu
63 Western Japan city to close schools due to new flu
64 Japan Reports Its First Domestic Case of Swine Flu (Update3)
65 Japan confirms 1st swine flu caught inside country
66 Judge orders boy, 13, to have cancer treatment
67 Irregular Heartbeat Tied to Alzheimer's Disease
68 Irregular heartbeat linked to increase risk of dementia: researchers
69 Carnival Cruise Lines to resume visits to Mexico this month
70 Ginger Found to Ease Nausea of Cancer Treatment
71 Ginger May Root Out Nausea
72 Baxter says its heparin not to blame for injuries
73 Baxter says deaths unrelated to heparin quality
74 GETTING PERSONAL: Retirees Can Reset Social Security Benefits
75 Medicare, Social Security drying up faster than expected
76 UPDATE 3--UCB stock rises as U.S. clears arthritis drug
77 UCB Shrs Surge On Cimzia's FDA OK For Rheumatoid Arthritis
78 Deep concerns
79 Stem-cell therapy faces more scrutiny in China
80 The virus grower: Immunologist Doris Bucher talks about cultivating the swine flu virus.
81 Thoughts of money soothe social rejection
82 Defending basic research in Israel
83 Seismology: The sleeping dragon
84 Telescopes poised to spot air-breathing aliens
85 Booze companies claim funds from 'alcopop tax'
86 Invest in islands to save most species
87 Are humans cruel to be kind?
88 Land clearances turned up the heat on Australian climate
89 Hubble gets new stabilising gyros and batteries
90 'Super-terminal' raindrops break speed limit
91 Telescope glitch hits deep space internet
92 Sex selection brings Vietnamese boy boom
93 Innovation: Give referee technology a sporting chance
94 The most important telescopes in history
95 Chernobyl fallout could drive evolution of 'space plants'
96 David Attenborough: Our planet is overcrowded
97 Chiropractic critic loses first round in libel fight
98 Spacewalkers outfit Hubble with a new eye
99 Emotional speech leaves 'signature' on the brain
100 Two pioneering telescopes blast into space
101 Winged submarine is Ferrari of the depths
102 'Lone' longitude genius may have had help
103 'Lone' longitude genius may have had help
104 Molecule of life emerges from laboratory slime
105 Birds swell the ranks of critically endangered species
106 Jealous female gorillas solicit unproductive sex
107 Students Secure Funding To Develop Solar-Powered Pasteurization System in Peru
108 Natural Petroleum Seeps Release Equivalent of 8-80 Exxon Valdez Oil Spills
109 Study Finds Surprising New Pathway for North Atlantic Circulation
110 How an Enzyme Tells Stem Cells Which Way to Divide
111 For Adolescent Crime Victims, Genetic Factors Play Lead Role
112 Good Fences Make Good Neighbors
113 Plant Life Discovery on Boston Harbor Islands Could Help Future Damage Caused by Exotic Species
114 Flooding and Fatalities Due to Hurricane Katrina
115 Study Indicates That a Common Virus Could Cause High Blood Pressure
116 Researchers Say Agent Provides Treatment Option for Women with Hot Flashes
117 All Women's Robotics Team Makes History Again in Japan
118 Bionic Ears, Bubbles, Blast Waves, and Biofilms: Medical Acoustics Highlights of the 157th ASA Meeting, May 18-22 in Portland
119 Students, Undertake Composting Effort Bringing Food Full Circle
120 QUIET Team to Deploy New Gravity-Wave Probe in June
121 World's Observatories Watching 'Cool' Star
122 Progress Toward Artificial Tissue?
123 New Fuel Cell Catalyst Uses Two Metals: Up To Five Times More Effective
124 Let The Planet Hunt Begin: Kepler Spacecraft Begins Search For Other Earth-like Worlds
125 Even In Our Genome, Good Fences Make Good Neighbors
126 Graphene Yields Secrets To Its Extraordinary Properties
127 Competition May Have Led To New Dinosaur Species In Northwestern Alberta
128 Oldest Example Of Mutualism: Termites And Protozoa Discovered Together In Ancient Amber
129 How Bees Hold Onto Flowers: 'Velcro'-like Structures On Flower Petals Help Bees Stick
130 Melting Threat From West Antarctic Ice Sheet May Be Less Than Expected; But U.S. Coastal Cities At Risk
131 Basking Sharks: Disappearing Act Of World's Second Largest Fish Explained
132 New Imaging Technique Reveals Structural Changes In Tourette's
133 Ginger Quells Cancer Patients' Nausea From Chemotherapy
134 LXR Proteins: New Target In The War On Tuberculosis?
135 New Species Of Cholesterol-busting Bug With A Taste For Waste Discovered
136 Intelligence And Physical Attractiveness Both Impact Income
137 Drug That Targets Vasculature Growth Attacks Aggressive Thyroid Cancer
138 Rational Design Of Vaccines: A Long But Essential Journey
139 Aspirin Appears To Help Lower Risk Of Stroke For Patients With Peripheral Artery Disease
140 Surgery Improves Survival For Prostate Cancer Patients Younger Than 50
141 First 'Neuroprotective' Gene In Patients With Amyotrophic Lateral Sclerosis Isolated
142 Youths Use Alcoholic Drink Labels To Choose Strongest Drink At Lowest Cost
143 Compounds In Spinal Fluid Associated With Faster Decline Among Individuals With Mild Dementia
144 Smoking Interferes With Recovery From Alcohol-related Brain Damage
145 Past Experience Is Invaluable For Complex Decision Making, Brain Research Shows
146 Individual Stress Linked To Adolescent Obesity
147 Can You See The Emotions I Hear? Brain Imaging Study Says Yes
148 Neandertals Sophisticated And Fearless Hunters, New Analysis Shows
149 Can Happiness Be Inherited?
150 Moral Judgment Falters As Time Crunch Sets In
151 Chronic Infection Now Clearly Tied To Immune-system Protein
152 Red Fungus Turned Orange May Help Tackle Vitamin Deficiency
153 Human Nose Too Cold For Bird Flu, Says New Study
154 For Northern Shrimp Populations In North Atlantic, Timing Is Everything
155 Climate Change, Fishing And Commercial Shipping Top List Of Threats To Ocean Off West Coast Of U.S.
156 Warming Climate Is Affecting Cascades Snowpack In Pacific Northwest
157 Most Extensive Genetic Resource For Reef-building Coral Created
158 Engineers Design Two Piece Magnetic Aquarium Pump
159 Small RNAs Yield Great Amounts Of Data From Ocean Microbe Samples
160 Ancient Trading Raft Sails Anew
161 Ivory Venus Figurine From The Swabian Jura Rewrites Prehistory
162 Race To Preserve The World's Oldest Submerged Town: Pavlopetri, Greece
163 Warriors Do Not Always Get The Girl
164 EBay Has Unexpected, Chilling Effect On Looting Of Antiquities, Archaelogist Finds
165 More 'Star Trek' Than 'Snuggie': Student Design To Protect Lunar Outpost From Dangerous Radiation
166 Herschel And Planck On Way To Study Our Cosmic Roots
167 Spitzer Catches Star Cooking Up Comet Crystals
168 First Two ALMA Antennas Successfully Linked
169 Expression Of Infrared Fluorescence Engineered In Mammals
170 How Oil Gets Stuck Underground In Inaccessible Places
171 New 'Smart' Polymer Reduces Radioactive Waste At Nuclear Power Plants
172 Nanotechnology: Self-assembly Of Building Blocks Of DNA Can Now Be Easily Controlled
173 Single Electron Captured In Tunable Carbon Nanotube Quantum Dot
174 Playing For Keeps: Computerized Play Helps Elderly Stay Sharp
175 New Method For Producing Transparent Conductors Developed
176 Mathematical Model Developed To Predict Immune Response To Influenza