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1 Mediterranean Diet Healthier, Not Cheaper
2 Is the War on Drugs More Costly Than It's Worth?
3 Multinationals Break Vietnam Law in Formula Sales
4 Obama: Health Insurance Mandate No Tax Increase
5 Kids Have Strokes More Often Than Thought
6 Medical School Reinvented: Compassion
7 Delinquents 'misinterpret anger'
8 The superheroes fighting disease
9 Tomorrow never knows...if you're a rat
10 U.S. to Propose 'Net Neutrality' Rules
11 Insane Killer on the Loose in Wash.
12 H1N1 Prompts Modifying Religious Rituals
13 Young and Invincible?
14 AP: Baby Formula Illegally Marketed Abroad
15 A Grand Plan for Pianos
16 Planck First Light Yields Promising Results
17 Quiet Sun Bombards Earth With Winds
18 Russia Delays Launch Of Weather Satellite Indefinitely
19 Satellite Operators Create Coalition For Competitive Launches
20 Snapshots From Space Cultivate Fans Among Midwest Farmers
21 'Galilean Nights' Invites The World To Discover Our Universe
22 NASA Lunar Satellite Begins Detailed Mapping Of Moon's South Pole
23 ESA Supports Satellite Delivery Of 3D Television To Homes
24 Asteroid Juno Grabs Spotlight
25 NASA Satellite Data Show Progress Of 2009 Antarctic Ozone Hole
26 Oddball Stars Explained
27 Want to read all about it online? It may cost you
28 Scientists find that individuals in vegetative states can learn
29 New genetic link between cardiac arrhythmias and thyroid dysfunction identified
30 Fight obesity? Add sales tax to soda tab
31 Company Claims ESLs to be the Future of Light Bulbs (w/ Video)
32 Invading black holes explain cosmic flashes
33 Galaxy-Sized Observatory for Gravitational Waves
34 Nanoparticles could pose threat to humans: scientists
35 Yes, that soda will make you fat
36 Evolution still scientifically stable
37 Researchers discover the first-ever link between intelligence and curiosity
38 The hunt for dark matter
39 Daily bathroom showers may deliver face full of pathogens, says study
40 Cars running on ethanol can pollute too: Brazil study
41 Exotic life beyond Earth? Looking for life as we don't know it
42 Getting files from a failed hard drive
43 Theory: Stone Age People had Sophisticated Navigation Networks
44 New Drake equation to quantify habitability?
45 Weeding out marijuana: Researchers close in on engineering recognizable, drug-free Cannabis plant
46 EBay fined again for selling fake Louis Vuitton goods online
47 A recipe for controlling carbon nanotubes
48 Topical erectile dysfunction therapy shows promise (w/ Video)
49 SKoreans demonstrate spin-injected field effect transistor
50 Engineers Produce 'How-To' Guide for Controlling the Structure of Nanoparticles
51 New nanostructure technology provides advances in eyeglass, solar energy performance
52 A New Glance on Microscopic Images
53 Blood Brothers: Particles Form Strong Bonds in Blood Vessels (w/ Video)
54 Anticancer nanotech
55 Friction force differences offer new means for manipulating nanotubes
56 Physicists Find a World of Motion In the Mystery of Aging Glass
57 First Test of New X-ray Laser Strips Neon Bare
58 Diamonds are a laser's best friend
59 Study on effect of electricity on liquids bucks conventional science (w/ Video)
60 CERN boss wants to bid for linear collider
61 Graphene and gallium arsenide: Two perfect partners find each other
62 Could Exotic Matter Provide an Infinite Source of Energy?
63 World's river deltas sinking due to human activity, says new study
64 NASA launches rocket, dozens report strange lights
65 It's a grind to make Mars red
66 Could salt crusts be key ingredient in cooking up prebiotic molecules?
67 Reconstruct Mars automatically in minutes
68 Ganymede makes big impression on Jupiter's auroral lightshows (w/ Video)
69 Veteran crew named for final space shuttle flight
70 Test of Futuristic X-48C is Historic Wind Tunnel's Swan Song
71 Watching a Supernova Come and Go
72 Space Hand-Me-Downs
73 Gov't stands by as mercury taints water
74 Biosphere 2 Opens Phoenix Mars Lander Exhibit
75 SMOS arrives safely at Russian launch site
76 C1XS success will provide new understanding of lunar surface
77 Sharp's New Semiconductor Laser for Triple- and Quadruple-Layer Blu-ray Discs
78 A new language could improve home computer security
79 States send mixed message on texting and driving
80 Google says Apple rejected Voice app for iPhone
81 Microsoft sues over 'malicious' online advertising
82 Program does impressive file size reductions
83 Don't change that channel: DTV woes still abound
84 Google injects search savvy into display ad system
85 Panasonic develops bed that turns into wheelchair
86 Skype founders file another suit over eBay sale
87 Key DOJ opinion due in Google's digital book deal
88 Pirate Bay suitor served with bankruptcy petition: court
89 Janus particles: particles with two faces
90 Precise blending makes marketable product from ethanol co-product
91 Regulatory role of key molecule discovered
92 Blocking protein may prevent blinding disease
93 Ring closure as warning: New reagent for the detection of organophosphate neurotoxins with an extremely fast response
94 Toward the design of greener consumer products
95 New X-ray technique illuminates reactivity of environmental contaminants
96 Brookhaven Lab Patents New Method for Mercury Remediation
97 Pandas to return to famous China reserve in 2012
98 Researchers Probe Links Between Modern Humans and Neanderthals
99 S.Korea scientist wins dog cloning court battle
100 Building a complete metabolic model
101 Researchers find high numbers of heat-loving bacteria in cold Arctic Ocean
102 Genes controlling insulin can alter timing of biological clock
103 Introduced Japanese white-eyes pose major threat to Hawaii's native and endangered birds
104 Why Female Water Buffalo Have Horns but Impala Do Not?
105 Online encyclopedia makes life searchable
106 Mechanism related to the onset of various genetic diseases revealed
107 Researchers working to develop, market embryonic test for bovine genetics
108 Carcasses of dead walruses spotted on Alaska coast
109 Proposal to reintroduce Iberian lynx on abandoned agricultural land
110 Genetic sex determination let ancient species adapt to ocean life
111 Rare African Golden Cat Captured on Camera
112 Landmark study sheds new light on human chromosomal birth defects
113 Photoswitches shed light on spontaneous free swimming in zebrafish (w/ Video)
114 Pesky fruit flies learn from experienced females: Study
115 Calif. produce distributor recalls potentially contaminated bunched spinach
116 Scientists make paralyzed rats walk again after spinal-cord injury
117 New study finds home birth safe
118 Calcium channels optimize learning
119 Prostate cancer may be caused by virus, study indicates
120 Antioxidant controls spinal cord development
121 Too many bars in rural America linked to high suicide rates instead of idyllic life
122 Education and reward genes interact to influence alcoholism among Mexican-Americans
123 New rabies vaccine may require only a single shot...not six
124 Ooo, my knee!
125 Medications effective in reducing risks for breast cancer can also cause serious side effects
126 Postmenopausal women benefit from endurance training as much as younger women
127 CDC: First swine flu vaccines may be nasal spray
128 Cheap, quick bedside 'eye movement' exam outperforms MRI for diagnosing stroke in patients
129 WHO: Pandemic flu vaccine production to fall short
130 Vaccine to prevent urinary tract infections shows early promise
131 Australia to begin vaccinating against swine flu
132 Classroom behavior: Why it's hard to be good
133 'Apples-to-apples' analysis of Arab development yields fresh view
134 Probing Question: Is football similar to Roman gladiator games?
135 Researcher investigates the origins of travel writing
136 Lessons for Obama in study of Bush efforts to 'frame' Iraq war
137 Mechanical and nuclear engineers receive award for top-100 technology product of 2009
138 Pulling together increases your pain threshold
139 Zero tolerance, zero effect: Stats show laws 'inert'
140 The pen may be mightier than the keyboard
141 Blogs, like traditional advertising, can help predict product sales
142 In absence of other democratic institutions, freedom of press can lead to cycles of violence
143 Bitemark evidence and analysis should be approached with caution, study reports
144 Social Class, Networks May Influence Political Behaviors
145 Project aids environmental decisions in the face of complicated trade-offs
146 Older Americans: How they are faring in the recession
147 Shifts in consumer spending and saving will usher in a new economic era
148 Engaged employees deliver improved business performance