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1 Self-help 'makes you feel worse'
2 'I was given a cold to help others'
3 CNET: A Speedier New Firefox
4 Anna Nicole-Like Probe Of Jackson Drugs
5 Obama, McCain Cite Founding Spirit on 7/4
6 Tech May Have Exposed Thousands to Hep C
7 Employee shot, wounded at Virginia Apple store
8 Employee Shot at Apple Store; Suspect Sought
9 Microsoft: Bing needs to improve when news breaks
10 Suit Over China's Web Filter to Target Lenovo, Acer, Sony
11 BlackBerry vs. iPhone 3.0: Smackdown Revisited
12 Deathmatch rematch: BlackBerry versus iPhone 3.0
13 New Class of Black Holes Discovered
14 Black Holes 500 Times Sun's Mass Discovered
15 George "Geohot" Hotz jailbreaks iPhone 3GS in two weeks
16 iPhone 3GS Jailbreak purplera1n Updated to Support Vista, Windows 7, 64-bit
17 purplera1n updated and improved, now supports Windows 7 and 64-bit
18 EU: China, India must make emissions cuts
19 U.S. seen backing climate target at G8
20 India Should Combine Tough Climate Stand With Green Policy
21 The Next Generation of Fireworks May All Be Green
22 Red, white and blue--also green
23 Bombs bursting in air: What's in those 4th of July fireworks, anyway?
24 Raleigh's "sewer monster" might clog pipes
25 First swine flu death in London
26 China well prepared for cluster flu outbreak: health minister
27 Mexico wins praise for swine flu response
28 WHO showers accolades on Mexico, warns swine flu is unstoppable
29 From industry standpoint, fireworks should skyrocket
30 Fireworks safety: Sparklers dangerous for kids
31 Blight threatens R.I. tomato, potato crops
32 The Strange Ingredients in Fireworks
33 Tiny New Battery Is Printable
34 The Truth Behind Secret Recipes in Coke, KFC, Etc.
35 Polymer Scientist Says Creativity is Key
36 Tropical Rainfall Moving North
37 Could Michael Jackson Have Been Revived?
38 People Unsure of Beliefs Are More Close-Minded
39 Sea Ice Lowest in 800 Years
40 U.S. Society Ignoring Serious Boy Problems
41 New Radar Aims to Detect Illegal Tunnels on U.S. Border
42 Snake Tricks Fish to Swim Into Its Mouth
43 Indoor Earthquake Planned for July 14
44 Hot Debate: Are You More Like Chimps or Orangutans?
45 Getting Old Is Better Than Expected
46 Study Hints at What and How Dinosaurs Ate
47 Bugs: The Forgotten Victims of Climate Change
48 Even Cockroaches Get Fat on Bad Food
49 What Supersonic Looks Like
50 Astronauts Photograph Mount Fuji
51 Tunguksa Blast Mystery Solved by Space Shuttle?
52 Brain-Controlled Wheelchair Is "95 Percent Accurate"
53 Rare Albino Whale Spotted
54 First Reverse Vasectomy for Rare Horse Species
55 Hybrid "Superpredator" Invading California Ponds
56 Rabbit-Size Elephant Ancestor Found--Oldest Known
57 Dinosaur Mummy Has Skin Like Birds' and Crocodiles'
58 Japanese diplomat elected to head atomic agency
59 US nuclear recycling faces the axe
60 Swine flu reaches into the lungs and gut
61 Funding boost for African science
62 Salamander cells remember their origins in limb regeneration
63 Computer reveals stone tablet 'handwriting' in a flash
64 Cosmic 'whips' may have left their mark
65 Fellow students smell your exam fear
66 'Hippy' monkey is a killer when starved of sex
67 Blood test could predict IVF success
68 Emotional robots: Will we love them or hate them?
69 Revealed: How pandemic swine flu kills
70 GM rice makes allergies easy to stomach
71 Meadows of the sea in 'shocking' decline
72 Metal comes to the rescue of revolutionary plane
73 Billabong fossils end Australia's dinosaur drought
74 Police crackdowns may encourage drug use
75 Lunar uranium and Martian sand traps: the week in space
76 Brain scanner for astronauts passes 'vomit comet' test
77 Incredible shrinking sheep blamed on climate change
78 Money flows into green transport despite recession
79 Most inspirational woman scientist revealed
80 Plant life saved Earth from an icy fate
81 Robot rescue 'rat' feels its way through rubble
82 X-rays are smoking gun for middleweight black holes
83 Treat killing like a disease to slash shootings
84 Laser light switch could leave transistors in the shade
85 Size doesn't matter to some women
86 'Trojan' cells take on drug-resistant tumours
87 An insurance plan for climate change victims
88 The genetic secrets of younger-looking skin
89 Site for Alcohol's Action in the Brain Discovered
90 Laser-Created Temporal Lens Could Lead to Movies of Molecular Processes
91 Co-operating Underwater Robots Rapidly Identify and Communicate Potential Threats in Murky Waters
92 Professor's Invention Lands First-Place Award, Could Save Million of Gallons of Fuel Every Day
93 High Pressure Offers an Improved Method to Prepare Samples for the Detection of Food-borne Pathogens
94 Story Tips from the Department of Energy's Oak Ridge National Laboratory, July 2009
95 Top Food Scientist to Target Hidden Fish Allergens, Pork, with New Tests
96 Little-known Marine Decomposers Attract the Attention of Genome Sequencers
97 Tunnel Vision
98 eCorridors Program Assists Alaska in Assessing Broadband
99 Straighten Up and Fly Right: Moths Benefit More from Flexible Wings than Rigid
100 Margie Profet: A Promising Scientist Vanishes Without a Trace
101 Toad Toes Under the Microscope
102 Team Develops Anti-Infection Technology
103 Scientists 'Rebuild' Giant Moa Using Ancient DNA
104 Statistical Technique Improves Nanotechnology Data
105 Desert Rhubarb--A Self-irrigating Plant
106 Research Assists FBI in Identifying Planned Attack on Medical Clinic
107 Cosmic Fireworks
108 Late Blight--the Irish Potato Famine Fungus--Is Attacking Northeast Gardens and Farms Now
109 Scientists Find Differences in Embryonic Stem Cells and Reprogrammed Skin Cells
110 Unexpectedly Long-Range Effects in Advanced Magnetic Devices
111 NIST Develops Novel Ion Trap for Sensing Force and Light
112 Researchers Find New Actions of Neurochemicals
113 New Type of El Nino Could Mean More Hurricanes Make Landfall
114 New Focus on the Moon
115 El Nino Variant Is Linked to Hurricanes in Atlantic
116 In Public Housing, Talking Up the Recycling Bin
117 Blink Twice if You Like Me
118 Calculating Consumer Happiness at Any Price
119 Environment Groups Find Less Support on Court
120 Green Power Takes Root in the Chinese Desert
121 With Something for Everyone, Climate Bill Passed
122 A Green Way to Dump Low-Tech Electronics
123 Scientist Tries to Connect Migration Dots of Ancient Southwest
124 Paleontology and Creationism Meet but Don't Mesh
125 Tibetan Monks and Nuns Turn Their Minds Toward Science
126 New Flu Vaccine Approved--for Dogs
127 Drug-Resistant Flu Strain Turns Up in Denmark but Doesn't Last Long
128 Our Brains on Music: The Science
129 The Damage of Reflux (Bile, Not Acid)
130 Really? The Claim: Drinking Tea Can Lower Your Levels of Iron
131 When a Hybrid Takes Hold, the Outcome Can Be Bad
132 Producing hydrogen from urine
133 Physicists Demonstrate Quantum Memory with Matter Qubits
134 Paleontologists brought to tears, laughter by Creation Museum
135 The least sea ice in 800 years
136 Scientists' Drill Hits Magma: Only Third Time on Record
137 A 'quantum of sol'--how nanotechnology could hold the key to a solar-powered future
138 Scientists 'rebuild' giant moa using ancient DNA
139 Salamanders, regenerative wonders, heal like mammals, people
140 Wind + water = untapped energy: An abundance of power exists above Earth's oceans, study finds
141 People sometimes seek the truth, but most prefer like-minded views
142 Fermilab's CDF observes Omega-sub-b baryon
143 Australian scientists hail triple dinosaur find
144 Liberal? Conservative? Stanford study says mental nudge can make voters flip-flop
145 Mummified dinosaur skin yields up new secrets
146 New fossil primate suggests common Asian ancestor, challenges primates such as 'Ida'
147 Spanish scientists develop echolocation in humans
148 Texas Tech Librarian 'Proves' Existence of Spider-Man
149 Dino tooth sheds new light on ancient riddle
150 Social scientist creates computer model to determine human perception of hues
151 Calif. regulators warn of pot's cancer capability
152 Rare sheep could be key to better diagnostic tests in developing world, study
153 Lower risk of dementia for married or cohabiting people
154 A rush of blood to the head--anger increases blood flow
155 Existing Parkinson's disease drug may fight drug-resistant TB
156 A scientist probes the origins of 'ouch!'
157 Perfect pitch study offers window into influences of nature and nurture
158 Scientists reveal connection between cancer and human evolution
159 Natural compound stops retinopathy
160 Ferns took to the trees and thrived
161 A question of height: Learning from reintroduction of once extinct butterfly in Britain
162 Clownfish provide clues to animal conflicts
163 New study reveals king crabs go deep to avoid hot water
164 Virus-resistant grapevines
165 Biological warfare in bacteria offers hope for new antibiotics
166 Alzheimer's research yields potential drug target
167 Scientists find a biological 'fountain of youth' in new world bat caves
168 How chemistry can reveal the secrets of ancient worlds
169 Unexpectedly Long-Range Effects in Advanced Magnetic Devices