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1 What Kids Search For When They Search the Web
2 Mad Over Health Care Reform, or Something Else?
3 Should Borderline Blood Pressure Cases Take Meds?
4 Hottest Summer Gadgets
5 How to Make Hard-to-Guess Passwords
6 Getting a Charge from the Chevy Volt
7 Cash In on Twitter--But Beware
8 Webb Wins Release of American in Myanmar
9 Strong Winds Fan Calif. Wildfire Flames
10 Obama Health Care Fight Mirrors Campaign
11 Consumer Prices Fall as Shoppers Hold Back
12 Study: Age of First-Time Moms Is Going Up
13 Mutant Polio Virus Spreads in Nigeria
14 Netscape Founder Andreessen Backs New Browser
15 Netscape Founder Backs New Browser
16 No More Browsers, Please
17 Netscape founder backs new browser RockMelt
18 Netscape founder backs mysterious new browser
19 Verizon Tells of LTE Tests
20 Verizon completes initial 4G wireless test
21 Verizon Celebrates Completing Its First 4G Calls In Seattle And Boston
22 Third-generation iPod Touch caught on video?
23 My Apple iPad Wish List
24 Is Tablet Computer Apple's Next Big Thing?
25 The Gap Between Google and Rivals May Be Smaller Than You Think
26 Search in a Micro-hoo world
27 Google users loyal: comScore
28 Caffeine: It's Google On Red Bull, Or Something
29 Presidential Space Panel Puts Dampener on Reaching Mars
30 Space review panel says moon, Mars out of reach
31 Extra fuel tank tests ordered for shuttle launch
32 Presidential panel concludes NASA can't afford return to moon by 2020
33 What Backlash? iPhone 3GS Users Very Satisfied--Survey
34 Palm Pre Lags iPhone in Satisfaction Survey
35 Outlook on Mac: And They Lived Happily Ever After?
36 Scientists Spot Massive Methane Rainstorm on Saturn's Moon
37 Mystery storm clouds on Saturn's largest moon appear
38 Scientists spot storm clouds on Saturn's moon
39 Titan 'put on quite a show'
40 'Pointless Babble' Tops Twitter Use
41 China Unicom Says It's Talking To Apple About iPhone
42 Hacker used Twitter to control infected PCs
43 Symantec Investigating Possible Twitter Botnet
44 Twitter Used as Botnet Control
45 Psystar begins deposing Apple executives
46 Psystar to Depose Apple Engineers
47 Psystar wants your questions for Apple depositions. Seriously.
48 In India swine flu panic spreads faster than virus
49 New chemical attacks tumor-fueling cancer cells
50 Salinomycin Slows Down Breast Cancer in Mice
51 FDA OKs New Schizophrenia, Bipolar Drug
52 UPDATE 2--Schering wins U.S. approval for antipsychotic
53 Schering-Plough Wins U.S. Approval for Antipsychotic (Update3)
54 Whole Foods Boycott Picks Up Steam
55 Whole Foods is in a whole lot of trouble
56 California, Astro Turf reach lead-safety accord
57 AstroTurf will get the lead out
58 Chocolate 'cuts risk of dying in heart attack survivors'
59 Chocolate Helps Heart Attack Survivors [et al.]
60 Study: Eating Chocolate Reduces Risk of Death in Heart Attack Survivors
61 Had a heart attack? Eating chocolate twice a week could save your life
62 FDA warns of faulty results with blood sugar tests
63 Some blood-glucose test results could be wrong, FDA says
64 GDH-PQQ Enzyme Used in Blood Glucose Monitoring Strips May Lead to Fatal Errors
65 FDA: Some Diabetes Monitoring Strips Confused by Nonglucose Sugars
66 West Nile Virus: The Search for Answers in Chicago's Suburbs
67 GOP backs away from end-of-life counseling
68 End-of-Life Provision Loses Favor
69 Cancer deaths declining, especially among young
70 Howard Dean: Health care needs to be top priority
71 Public health option cheered by Netroots
72 U.K. Health System, Maligned in U.S., Draws Praise at Home
73 What is the NHS row really about?
74 Senior Tories' links with Republican NHS-bashers revealed
75 N/A
76 Crowds' Ire Sharpens Cardin's Resolve for Bill
77 Anger clouds US healthcare debate
78 The blood sport of health care politics
79 Changes in net flow of ocean heat correlate with past climate anomalies
80 Super Planetary Nebulae
81 Warming ocean contributes to global warming
82 Scientists take early steps toward mapping epigenetic variability
83 Mirror mirror (w/ Video)
84 Braille Displays Get New Life With Artificial Muscles
85 Scientists identify stomach's timekeepers of hunger
86 Pharmaceuticals Look to Adaptive Trials
87 The Sky Is Not Falling: Pollution in eastern China cuts light, useful rainfall
88 Doing what the brain does--how computers learn to listen
89 Bionanomachines: Proteins as resistance fighters
90 Liquid-OLED Offers More Light-Emitting Possibilities
91 Dark Matter May be Easier to Detect than Previously Thought
92 Climate models confirm more moisture in atmosphere attributed to humans
93 LED light bulbs yield big savings in energy
94 Phones, PCs put e-book within reach of Kindle-less
95 Active ingredients in marijuana found to spread and prolong pain
96 US military embraces robot 'revolution'
97 Scientists Make Oxygen Out of Moon Rock
98 First black holes born starving (w/ Video)
99 Bipedal humans came down from the trees, not up from the ground (w/ Video)
100 Facial expressions show language barriers too
101 The peopling of the Americas: Genetic ancestry influences health
102 Italy launches first clean hydrogen power plant
103 Tiny Flares Responsible for Outsized Heat of Sun's Atmosphere
104 Some mice stem cells divide in unexpected ways
105 Google users loyal: comScore
106 We have a 'right to starlight,' astronomers say
107 US building tech tools to foil online censors
108 Rocket to Launch Inflatable Re-entry Capsule
109 Costly cancer drugs are worth it, study finds
110 UC Davis challenge produces a better air conditioner
111 The day the music died: New research into the UK recording studio sector
112 Obstructive sleep apnea is prevalent in adults with Down syndrome
113 Legislation restricting Internet access
114 Planck Sees Light Billions of Years Old
115 Gene therapy found to help patients with Parkinson's
116 Hacker used Twitter to control infected PCs
117 Verizon Wireless uses new network for first time
118 New strategy for inhibiting virus replication
119 A positive outlook can speed whiplash healing
120 Researchers identify 'regulatory' genetic sequences that may predict risk for prostate cancer
121 Nitrogen fixation and phytoplankton blooms in the southwest Indian Ocean
122 IE 8 is Microsoft's champion in browser wars
123 Florida, federal officials reach deal for Everglades restoration
124 China trade ruling helps US, but piracy a problem
125 New computer techniques to analyze historic Hebrew, Arabic documents under development
126 Michigan Tech Team Models Molecular Transistor
127 Highlight: Mechanical energy dissipation in ultrananocrystalline diamond microresonators
128 Tumors feel the deadly sting of nanobees
129 Tiny 'MEMS' devices to filter, amplify electronic signals
130 Beyond the looking glass...
131 Exploring the standard model of physics without the high-energy collider
132 Antarctic glacier thinning at alarming rate
133 Planned Rover Test to Run a Week or More
134 Professor says current meteor shower proves theory of calendar's origin
135 Hitachi Ships First Two Terabyte 7200 RPM Desktop Hard Disk Drive
136 'Immersive Dome'--don't just watch, join the action
137 Google Books to add Creative Commons books
138 E-mails from public overload House Web site
139 Likely culprits to check when wireless connection crawls
140 Survey indicates parents unaware of how their teens use social media
141 A new way to prepare fluorinated pharmaceuticals
142 Mango seeds may protect against deadly food bacteria
143 Molecules wrestle for supremacy in creation of superstructures
144 Uncovering the secrets of ulcer-causing bacteria
145 Carnitine supplements reverse glucose intolerance in animals
146 Researchers identify potential new avenue to attack cancer
147 Progress Toward Artificial Cells
148 Missing link of cloud formation
149 Micromuscles: Micrometer-Sized Actuators from Liquid-crystal Elastomers (w/ Video)
150 Discovery could help stem infections of parasitic roundworms (w/ Video)
151 New class of compounds discovered for potential Alzheimer's disease drug
152 Chemists Rationally Design Inhibitors Against an RNA Molecule that Causes Myotonic Muscular Dystrophy
153 Why are autumn leaves red in America and yellow in Europe?
154 Orchids and fungi--partners for life
155 Study finds higher pathogen loads in collapsed honeybee colonies
156 Technique enables efficient gene splicing in human embryonic stem cells
157 Bad news for coffee drinkers who get headaches
158 Polio surge in Nigeria after vaccine virus mutates
159 Fooled by your 'friends'
160 Exporting ponchos to a land 'where the devil lost his poncho'
161 Ancient toothed whale remains found near Santa Cruz
162 Early human hunters had fewer meat-sharing rituals
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