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1 Hubble: Astronauts' Hardest Job Goes Easily
2 What To Do When Mom Moves In
3 Life and Love With Schizophrenia
4 Space station module handed over
5 Spacewalk gives Hubble new life
6 Elderly need more 'sun vitamin'
7 The hunt for a stem cell miracle
8 Stage set for Obama at Notre Dame
9 Tahlia--a girl in five million
10 Bringing Hubble Back From The Dead
11 Protests Precede Obama At Notre Dame
12 For Car Dealers, Shock Turning To Anger
13 UN: Growth Of Slums Boosting Natural Disaster Risk
14 Astronauts try to revive Hubble imaging device
15 NASA astronauts repairing Hubble's black hole hunter
16 Spacewalkers Tackle Daunting Hubble Telescope Repair
17 Astronauts trying to revive Hubble spectrograph
18 Poll: Is the EU decision against Intel fair?
19 For Intel CEO Otellini, It's Time To Get Paranoid
20 Apple Rumors: iPod Gets an iPhone-like Camera and 'Project Charlie'
21 Did Google's outage kill 5% of the Internet?
22 When Google Goes Down, So Does 5 Percent Of The Internet?
23 Google's Outage Affected More than Google Users; Other Sites Hit Too
24 Windows 7, Microsoft's antidote to pesky Vista
25 Windows Vista can stay in Windows 7 install
26 Ethanol Fights EPA Plan
27 EPA seeks more comment on ethanol blend rate
28 Administration addressing ethanol, climate change
29 Guitar Hero 5 To Allow Duplicate Instruments, Easy Switching
30 Swine Flu Sickens 21 High School Students in Japan (Update2)
31 Acid attack injures 30 in Hong Kong
32 Jon Tevlin: Boy with cancer should not be a casualty of ignorance, too
33 Viral Infection Might Trigger High Blood Pressure
34 High Blood Pressure Could Be Caused By A Common Virus, Study Suggests
35 Humans Ate Neanderthals, Scientist Says
36 Happiness Is...Being Old, Male and Republican
37 The Search for Drinking Water in Nicaragua
38 Lessons from Earth's Most Murderous People
39 Wow! Venus Dazzles in Morning Sky
40 Involved Dads Lower Their Kids' Sex Risks
41 Virus Linked to High Blood Pressure
42 1 in 5 Americans Admits Peeing in Pool
43 Monkeys Ponder What Could Have Been
44 Gadgets Sap World's Electricity
45 Happiness May Be Inherited
46 My Wife is a Zillow Addict
47 More Birds Endangered Than Ever
48 World's Greatest Illusions Chosen
49 The Mathematics of Hitting Streaks
50 Obit Photos Getting Younger and Younger
51 Is Torture Okay? Depends on Your Religion
52 Chimp That Mauled Woman Was on Drugs
53 Dinosaur Graveyard Suggests Feeding Frenzy
54 Freaks Survive Because They Are Strange
55 Federal Soda Tax Weighed
56 Conflicts of Interest Taint Medical Studies
57 New Machine Pumps Disembodied Heart
58 Do Older People Need More Sleep?
59 Your Blood Cells Are Crawling Inside You
60 Why We Mourn for Strangers
61 How Sand Dunes Grow Huge
62 For Health, Recess as Good as Gym Class
63 Brain-Controlling Flies to Triumph Over Alien Ants?
64 Weaklings' Sharper Hearing Helps Them Escape Danger?
65 Giant Dinosaurs Stuck Their Necks Out, Not Up?
66 Blockbuster Ocean Drugs on the Horizon?
67 Ancient Elite Island With Pyramid Found in Mexico
68 Telescopes poised to spot air-breathing aliens
69 Puberty gene sets our sexual clocks
70 New e-readers will end black and white era
71 Image: A dragonfly greets the world
72 Astronauts complete tricky Hubble surgery
73 Researchers Make First Direct Observations of Biological Particles in High-Altitude Ice Clouds
74 Center-based care and insensitive parenting may have lasting effects
75 Monkeys found to wonder what might have been
76 Veterinarians at high risk for viral, bacterial infections from animals
77 Prevention program helps teens override a gene linked to risky behavior
78 3-D kidney atlas created for researchers and physicians
79 Using high-precision laser tweezers to juggle cells
80 Glutamine supplements show promise in treating stomach ulcers
81 The importance of being helpful--Cooperative cichlids boost their own reproductive success
82 Progress Toward Artificial Tissue?
83 Biological Timekeeper Studies Reveal New Temperature Regulator and Track Clock Protein across a Day
84 Identification of a key molecular pathway required for brain neural circuit formation
85 Genes that influence start of menstruation identified for first time
86 Environmental exposures may damage DNA in as few as three days
87 Novel vaccine approach offers hope in fight against HIV
88 UCSD researchers make first direct observations of biological particles in high-altitude ice clouds
89 Study finds genetic links to age of first menstrual period and menopause
90 One sponge-like material, three different applications
91 MDC researchers unravel key mechanism in pathogenesis of osteoporosis
92 Determining success or failure in cholesterol-controlling drugs
93 Human role in Indonesian polluting forest fires
94 Focus on the formation of bones, teeth and shells
95 DNA gripped in nanopores
96 Controllable double quantum dots and Klein tunnelling in nanotubes
97 Self-assembly now easier to control
98 Andes Mountains are older than previously believed
99 Genital stimulation opens door for cryptic female choice in tsetse flies
100 Discovery of nonblinking semiconductor nanocrystals advances their applications
101 Researchers closer to the ultimate green 'fridge magnet'
102 Inexpensive plastic used in CDs could improve aircraft, computer electronics
103 New element found to be a superconductor
104 Large clinical trial finds pirfenidone may help lung function in IPF patients
105 New system for detection of single atoms
106 Enabling graphene-based technology via chemical functionalization
107 Fathers respond to teens' risky sexual behavior with increased supervision
108 Transplant patients have worse cancer outcomes, analysis shows
109 Long-term study results validate efficacy of CT scans for chest pain diagnosis
110 Women with chest pain less likely then men to get proper treatment from paramedics
111 AIDS patients with serious complications benefit from early retroviral use, Stanford study shows
112 Study makes first connection between heart disorder and Alzheimer's disease
113 Study Tests The Effect of Ending Ambulance Diversion
114 Automobile Restraints Do Not Increase Chance of Fetal Complications Following Accidents
115 Self-treatment results in lower overall health care costs for COPD sufferers
116 Sleep may be factor in weight control
117 Sodium channel blocker shows promise as a potential treatment for cystic fibrosis
118 Study sees transient heart dysfunction in some long-distance runners
119 Increasing ICS compliance: The voice may be recorded, but the results are real
120 Two Studies Examine Medical Consequences of Police Use of Force During Restraint
121 The future of personalized cancer treatment: An entirely new direction for RNAi delivery
122 Study outlines how to succeed with refillable packaging
123 Biomass as a Source of Raw Materials
124 Brain research shows past experience is invaluable for complex decision making
125 MIT reels in RNA surprise with microbial ocean catch
126 Optimal trip and load planning
127 Development of an artificial simulator of the human nervous system to do research into diseases and test new medicines
128 New testing facility helps researchers improve land mine detection equipment
129 Implantable device offers continuous cancer monitoring
130 UCLA researchers develop new method for producing transparent conductors
131 New fuel cell catalyst uses 2 metals
132 Graphene yields secrets to its extraordinary properties
133 Cholesterol-busting bug with a taste for waste
134 Researchers gain genome-wide insights into patterns of the world's human population structures