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1 California Users File Civil Suit Against Facebook
2 What Kids Search For When They Search the Web
3 Planetary crash leaves stellar ring
4 Kids ID each other better than adults
5 New blueprint needed to save biodiversity
6 Starlight being eroded, say astronomers
7 Pearl-producing proteins uncovered
8 Wobbling earth triggers climate change
9 Early humans forged tools from fire
10 They Snooze Less, But They Don't Lose
11 Should Borderline Blood Pressure Cases Take Meds?
12 From Plague to Leprosy: 7 Diseases We'd Forgotten About
13 Mad Over Health Care Reform, or Something Else?
14 Coconuts May Be Nature's Gatorade
15 Spacecraft May Give Early Heads-Up on Infection Trends
16 Put Comparative Info on Drug Labels, Researchers Say
17 Specter: Town Hall Meetings Are 'Not Really Representative Of America'
18 New Middle-Age Crisis: Drinking Over 50
19 She Can't Stop Eating: Living With Prader-Willi Syndrome a Daily Struggle
20 Woman Doped Breast Milk for Attention, Police Say
21 Sleeping Babies in Precarious Poses Infuse Magazine Ads
22 U.S. Slashes Swine Flu Vaccine Estimate
23 Herbs 'can be natural pesticides'
24 Owls replace pesticides in Israel
25 Water crisis to hit Asian food
26 NASA assembles Ares test rocket
27 Invasion of the 'island snatchers'
28 DNA 'organises itself' on silicon
29 Child leukaemia 'genes' revealed
30 Moderate drinking 'boosts bones'
31 Water reform is 'needed in Asia'
32 Monkeys booze because of genes
33 Minister warned over 'UK Roswell'
34 US banknotes show cocaine traces
35 The popcorn route to recovery
36 Wildlife crime 'not taken seriously'
37 US man 'stole 130m card numbers'
38 Twitter tweets are 40% 'babble'
39 Mobile data show friend networks
40 Video gamers 'older than thought'
41 Time for an Apple rumour
42 Hi-tech takes to the stage
43 Italian bloggers' silent protest
44 Parents 'ignoring eye sun danger'
45 Charity seeks end to lunchbox ham
46 Obama may soften healthcare plan
47 Cairo protests at swine flu bans
48 'Magnetic' stem cells for hearts
49 Healthcare around the world
50 Cheers--an extra 21 years of life!
51 Wired US Troops Wield Hi-Tech "Dragon Egg"
52 Scientists: DNA Evidence Can Be Fabricated
53 Top Tech for Back-To-School
54 MSNBC Buys "Hyper-local"
55 Charges in Massive Security Breach Case
56 Facebook, Huffington Post Link for News
57 Obama and Baracknophobia
58 Julie: I Love Julia Despite Her Panning Me
59 Obama Birth Flap Reopens Older Controversy
60 Massive Shortfall Seen for H1N1 Vaccine
61 Thousands Quit AARP Over Health Reform
62 Public or Co-op? Comparing Health Options
63 Cat Shelters Overflow During Summer
64 Weighing Possible H1N1 Vaccine Risks
65 Veterans to be Offered Routine HIV Tests
66 Binge Drinking Not Just for College Kids
67 Sony Targets iPhone Audience With 'PSP Mini' Titles
68 Apple Sept. Announcement Rumors: No Tablet
69 No Apple Tablet Until Early 2010?
70 Apple Lead Barely Shrinks in Customer-Satisfaction Survey
71 Apple Leads in Customer Satisfaction Survey, Despite Slip
72 'Life chemical' detected in comet
73 Life On Earth May Be Extraterrestrial
74 Comet Yields Building Block Of Life
75 Ingredient for life detected in comet dust
76 iPhone Bug Saves Deleted E-Mail
77 iPhone OS 3.0 Mail security issue fixed in OS 3.1
78 TomTom finally hits the Iphone
79 Apple and Me: An Imperfect Union
80 Heavy duty car navigation comes to the iPhone
81 An open letter to Steve Jobs: Is the core of Apple rotten?
82 TomTom sat nav software comes to iPhone
83 TomTom For iPhone Spells An End To Standalone GPS
84 The 35 Best iPhone Apps Of The Year (So Far)
85 iTunes reps 1 in every 4 songs sold in U.S.
86 Apple's iTunes Increases Its Lead In The Music Market
87 Korea's First Space Rocket Naro to Blast Off Wednesday
88 South Korean Space Agency Launch Irks North
89 Luxury cars languish as buyers in recession shun flashy rides
90 Free, Video-Enabled iPhone 3GS Charms Japanese Consumers
91 IBM looks to DNA to sustain Moore's Law
92 DNA May Help Build Next Generation of Chips
93 IBM Might Extend Moore's Law With DNA-based Chip Technology
94 IBM scientists take big step toward DNA microchips
95 What killed Mozart? Study suggests strep infection
96 Strep throat may have killed Mozart
97 What Really Killed Mozart? Maybe Strep
98 What killed Mozart? Study suggests strep infection
99 Estrogen Plays Surprise Role in Breast Cancer Treatment
100 Study finds promise in estrogen treatment for breast cancer
101 Heart attack deaths fall after Medicare guidelines
102 Heart Attack Survival Rates Rise
103 Popcorn, Cereal Pack Antioxidant Punch
104 Antioxidants Abound in Cereals, Popcorn, Whole-Grain Snacks
105 Why eating popcorn is good for your health
106 'Do not consume raw cookie dough'? Please.
107 Nestle Toll House Re-Launches with 'New Batch' Label
108 Nestle's Toll House Cookie Dough Returns; Just Don't Eat It Raw
109 Ibuprofen Rated Best for Pain of Broken Arms
110 Study: Ibuprofen is best for kids with broken arms
111 Irrigation reform needed in Asia
112 World's smallest laser unveiled
113 Collins sets out his vision for the NIH
114 Environmental concerns delay seismic testing
115 China cuts methane emissions from rice fields
116 SETI telescope array produces first science results
117 How to turn seawater into jet fuel
118 'DNA mugshots' narrow search for Madrid bombers
119 Tough times call for taller presidents
120 Ill by mouth: smokeless tobacco risks multiply
121 Slow progress on greening palm oil
122 Internet 'immune system' could block viruses
123 Why humans can't navigate out of a paper bag
124 Found: first amino acid on a comet
125 Study: Foreclosures Causing Major Mental Depression
126 Sloth and Primate Fossils Found in Underwater Cave
127 Hunting: So Easy a Cave Man Could Do It
128 Getting It Straight on Gay Mental Health
129 Social Snubs Can Hurt, Physically
130 Most U.S. Money Laced With Cocaine
131 Good Vibrations Generate Electricity
132 Computer Game Aims to Offer Real Energy Solutions
133 Terrifying 'Sleep Paralysis' Needs More Attention
134 Caffeine Causes and Cures Headaches
135 Pollution Reduces Rain Vital to Crops
136 The Human-Dog Hybrid Hoax
137 Cloaking Technology May Protect From Natural Disasters
138 Frogs Find Home in Elephant Dung