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1 FDA Says Dieters Should Stop Using Hydroxycut Now
2 Questions Surface About Worker Protections at Border, Airports
3 Overreaction? Will Swine Flu Become a Run-of-the-Mill Outbreak?
4 Government 'missing own CO2 goal'
5 The space giant is coming
6 What scientists know about swine flu
7 Flu death toll 'less than feared'
8 How to make a swine flu vaccine
9 'I knew I had lost my son'
10 Al Qaeda Used Hotmail To Plan Attacks
11 Study: Dog Food Tastes Just Like Pate
12 161 U.S. Flu Cases; 400 Schools Closed
13 Filipino Crew Home After 5 Mos. Captivity
14 New Southern California beetle killing oaks
15 New sequences from hadrosaur dinosaur confirm that ancient protein is preserved over time
16 When cells reach out and touch
17 Dolphins maintain round-the-clock visual vigilance
18 Genetic secrets of date palm unlocked by researchers at Weill Cornell Medical College in Qatar
19 Your brain on--and off--caffeine
20 Emotional support leads to sporting success
21 Risk of leukemia with multiple sclerosis drug higher than thought
22 BUSM researchers find prenatal cocaine exposure may compromise neurocognitive development
23 MESSENGER discovers an unusual impact basin on Mercury
24 Birds can dance, really
25 Early detection of lung cancer: New data presented at multidisciplinary meeting
26 U of Minnesota study finds high school teachers influence student views of evolution & creationism
27 International team finds key gene that allows plants to survive drought
28 People of higher socioeconomic status choose better diets--but pay more per calorie
29 Single gene defect can cause stroke, other artery diseases
30 ISU researcher identifies key function in protein, cell transcription
31 Blurring the lines between magic and science: Berkeley researchers create an 'invisibility cloak'
32 Institution of a bedtime routine improves sleep in infants and toddlers, maternal mood
33 Plants could override climate change effects on wildfires
34 Cementless hip implants are durable for at least 20 years
35 'Smart turbine blades' to improve wind power
36 Penn geneticist publishes largest-ever study on African genetics revealing origins, migration
37 Proteins, soft tissue from 80-million-year-old dino support theory that molecules preserve over time
38 Dolphins maintain round-the-clock visual vigilance
39 Mosquito parasite may help fight dengue fever
40 Combined dietary factors impact AMD risk; study finds glaucoma care cost-effective
41 Now we know what blocks the effects of a newly developed anticancer therapy
42 Climate change threatens Lake Baikal's unique biota
43 People of higher socioeconomic status choose better diets--but pay more per calorie
44 Rotator cuff tears: Are they all in the family?
45 Chemical found in medical devices impairs heart function
46 U of Minnesota study finds high school teachers influence student views of evolution & creationism
47 Plants may affect the effect of wildfires
48 Single gene defect can lead to stroke and deadly diseases of the aorta and coronary arteries, UT Houston researchers find
49 Sigmon's Study Examines Caffeine Withdrawal
50 New Southern California beetle killing oaks
51 Wildlife trade threatens public health and ecosystems
52 Genetic secrets of date palm unlocked by researchers at Weill Cornell Medical College in Qatar
53 Bowman Global Change says public engagement critical to solving climate crisis
54 ISU researcher identifies key function in protein, cell transcription
55 When Cells Reach Out and Touch
56 Early detection of lung cancer: New data presented at multidisciplinary meeting
57 New treatment discovered for restless legs syndrome improves sleep
58 Controlling cholesterol, blood pressure adds up to prevent stroke
59 Brain processes written words as unique 'objects,' GUMC neuroscientists say
60 Migraine prevention by targeting glutamate receptors?
61 Risk of leukemia with multiple sclerosis drug higher than thought
62 Adding steroid drug to MS treatment may reduce disease activity
63 Southern glaciers grow out of step with North
64 Computer hackers R.I.P.--making quantum cryptography practical
65 White tea--the solution to the obesity epidemic?
66 Study analyzing dialogue between neurologists and epilepsy patients identifies significant gaps
67 Stanford scientists turn adult skin cells into muscle and vice versa
68 Just in time for spring: Scientists find the cellular on and off switch for allergies and asthma
69 Pandemic study of 1918-1919 outbreak provides background and death rates for 14 European countries
70 MESSENGER discovers an unusual impact basin on Mercury
71 Synthesis with a template
72 Sandia researchers construct carbon nanotube device that can detect colors of the rainbow
73 Study validates means to measure possible leukemia marker
74 New technology shows promise against resistant staph infections
75 Atomic physics study sets new limits on hypothetical new particles
76 'Smart turbine blades' to improve wind power
77 Blurring the Lines Between Magic and Science: Berkeley Researchers Create an "Invisibility Cloak"
78 Landmark U.S. Geological Survey Study Demonstrates How Methylmercury, Known to Contaminate Seafood, Originates in the Ocean
79 Endoscopic surgery effectively relieves sinusitis symptoms; large pooled study
80 Study links ADHD with sleep problems in adolescents
81 Institution of a bedtime routine improves sleep in infants and toddlers, maternal mood
82 Maternal depression is associated with significant sleep disturbance in infants
83 Chemical can reproduce complications for some patients
84 Chronic ankle pain may be more than just a sprain
85 Cementless hip implants are durable for at least 20 years
86 Injured Marines at risk for abnormal bone growth
87 Weight Loss Competitions Produce Encouraging Results
88 Where tumor cells boldly go: Weill Cornell cancer biologists shed light on the metastatic niche
89 Faster than the Speed of Sound: New Control System Has What It Takes to Guide Experimental Aircraft
90 Drugs needed to preserve eggs for reproduction need to be given in stages
91 Limping rat provides sciatica insights
92 Make Brighter, Full-Color Electronic Readers?--Brilliant!
93 Nanophysicists find unexpected magnetic effect
94 Iron-arsenic superconductors in class of their own
95 World's fastest camera relies on an entirely new type of imaging
96 Researchers design unique method to induce immunity to certain STDs
97 Synthetic chemical offers solution for crops facing drought
98 Fertilization intensifies competition for light and endangers plant diversity
99 XBox forensics
100 Shift in simulation superiority
101 Origin of Life: What Are the Odds?
102 Kentucky Derby Horses More Fragile, But Not Faster
103 Arboreal 'Ghosts' Reveal Climates Past
104 Hidden riddle of shapes solved
105 Energy research centres unveiled
106 Tests on H1N1 virus begin in UK
107 Japan To Launch Military-Purpose Satellites
108 The Most Distant Object Yet Discovered In The Universe
109 Second Firing Test For Vega's Zefiro 9A Solid Rocket Motor
110 NASA's Galaxy-Exploring Mission Celebrates Sixth Anniversary
111 Planck Mated With The Ariane 5 ECA Launcher
112 NASA's Earth Observatory: A Decade of Earth Science On Display
113 New Gamma-Ray Burst Smashes Cosmic Distance Record
114 Herschel Cryostat Filled With Liquid Helium In Preparation For May Launch
115 NASA Nanosatellite To Study Antifungal Drug Effectiveness In Space
116 Faster Than The Speed Of Sound
117 Dawn Now Fully Reconfigured With New Software
118 Chandra Resolves A Galactic Mystery
119 An Active Mercury
120 Base Considers Disassembling Historical Launch Complex
121 Virtual mobility for disabled wins Second Life prize
122 Invisibility Cloak Blurs Line Between Magic and Science (w/Video)
123 President Obama Working to Reverse President Bush's Environmental Legacy
124 Frozen helium-4 may be an unusual 'superglass'
125 SETI@home completes a decade of ET search
126 Your brain on--and off--caffeine
127 Officials break ground for the world's most advanced neutrino experiment
128 Study: High school teachers influence student views of evolution, creationism
129 Why Are Galaxies So Smooth?
130 A Single Neuron Can Change the Activity of the Whole Brain
131 FDA: Dieters should stop Hydroxycut use now
132 How thermal-imaging cameras can spot flu fevers
133 'Smart turbine blades' to improve wind power
134 Forest Service closes caves to stop bat fungus
135 Chip sales down 30% in March: SIA
136 When cells reach out and touch
137 Genetic secrets of date palm unlocked
138 You're not Superman: Despite major medical advances, recovery times for regular folks take time
139 Sea-floor Sediments Illuminate 53 Million Years of Climate History
140 CDC: New virus lacks genes of 1918 killer flu
141 Bad jobs: Why they make some women bad moms
142 Children bullied at school at high risk of developing psychotic symptoms
143 Single gene defect can cause stroke, other artery diseases
144 Pigeon tests positive for H5N1 in Hong Kong
145 Sea Salt Holds Clues to Climate Change
146 Cementless hip implants are durable for at least 20 years
147 Plants may affect the effect of wildfires
148 Swine flu virus starting to look less threatening
149 Key function in protein, cell transcription identified
150 White House opens doors at Internet hot spots
151 Weight loss competitions produce encouraging results
152 Virus' invasion sets off battle inside the body
153 New Southern California beetle killing oaks
154 Robots on a recycling rampage
155 Survey finds nearly half of Americans concerned they or their family may get sick from swine flu
156 In Ocean's Depths, Heat-Loving 'Extremophile' Evolves a Strange Molecular Trick
157 Synthesis with a template: Carbon-free fullerene analogue
158 Researcher: Lasers used to detect melamine in baby formula
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