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1 Scientists close on earthquake warning system
2 Stanford study: Starbucks customers eat healthier when calories posted
3 San Jose poised to close electronic message loophole
4 China: Google case not linked to ties with US
5 Initial jobless claims unexpectedly rise
6 MS pills show promise and risk, studies say
7 Hundreds evacuated as California battered by storm
8 U.S. gasoline price falls from 15-month high: report
9 No Signs of Life Yet From Silent Mars Lander
10 Wis. lawmakers draw battle lines on energy bill
11 China plans fifth panda breeding centre
12 Viewer's Choice on Mars: NASA Takes Suggestions for Martian Photos
13 U.S. says wind could power 20 percent of eastern grid
14 Swiss pilots aim to circle world in a solar-powered plane
15 Experts: Haiti at risk for another big aftershock
16 Experts may have found bones of English princess
17 UN climate report riddled with errors on glaciers
18 Weight Watchers sues Jenny Craig for Bertinelli ad
19 Insulin pumps may be better than shots: report
20 Bifocals may slow kids' nearsightedness progression
21 Tobacco Toxin Helps a Protein Cause Lung Cancer
22 Roche drug keeps patients cancer-free longer
23 U.S. Kids Using Media Almost 8 Hours a Day
24 First Oral Medications For MS Show Promise
25 Complex Weight-Loss Plans Erode Dieters' Resolve
26 More states took in expired meds in 2009
27 Experts: Sitting too much could be deadly
28 Sloppy Mistake on Glacier Disappearance Chills U.N. Climate Panel
29 Man Accused of Impersonating Model, Swindling Wealthy Men Online
30 China Says Google Case Not Linked to Ties With U.S.
31 The Unseen Scars of Earthquakes
32 Haiti Earthquake: Fault Visible from Space
33 Smartphone Wars: Android Phones Close in on iPhone
34 Clinton Blasts China, Others for Internet Blocks
35 UN Panel "Regrets" Exaggeration of Himalayan Thaw
36 German Scientists Develop Fast-Acting Germ Killer
37 Europe's Conquering Heroes? Likely Farmers: Study
38 Temple Find Shows Sway of Ancient Egyptian Religion
39 Electric Car Road Test Planned for Quebec
40 Health Care Overhaul's Uncertain, Super-Majority-Free Future
41 A Pinch Less Salt Could Save Lives, Money
42 Dr. Oz's Five Warning Signs for Alzheimer's
43 Study Shows Kids Tethered to Technology
44 Non-stick coating linked to thyroid disease
45 Earth causes asteroids to shake apart
46 Nanotechnology to make buildings cooler
47 UN climate deadline turns out to be 'flexible'
48 Crawfish sighting plea to Welsh divers
49 Magnetic activity in brain 'diagnoses stress disorder'
50 Jumping wolf photographer loses wildlife prize
51 Meteorite colour mystery 'solved'
52 ESA mission concepts vie for position
53 Mammals 'floated to Madagascar'
54 Emissions targets set for delay
55 Bornean orangutan acts as 'peacemaker' in Japan zoo
56 Dinosaur tracks in Oxfordshire mudflats to be protected
57 Tim Berners-Lee unveils government data project
58 YouTube turns to movie rental business
59 Hillary Clinton calls on China to probe Google attack
60 Online music piracy 'destroys local music'
61 Public data: Free at last?
62 Moving beyond the whiteboard
63 EU backs Oracle's takeover of Sun
64 Young facing online fraud risks
65 Hope for MS pill after cladribine and fingolimod trials
66 How to Get Control of Your Wired Kids
67 Clinton: China Needs to Probe Google Case
68 Clinton to Address China-Google Dispute
69 Nobel Prize-Winning Panel Apologizes
70 The Apple Guessing Game Gets Going
71 Wired Teens Hooked on Electronics
72 Can The NY Times Pay Wall Work?
73 Wicked Weather Batters Southern Calif.
74 High Court Eases Campaign Spending Limits
75 Yoga You Can Do at Your Desk
76 Youths Spend 7+ Hours/Day Consuming Media
77 Man In Boston For Face Transplant Evaluation
78 Gay Man: "Reversal Therapy" Ineffective
79 Video gamers: Size of brain structures predicts success
80 Chaperonins prompt proper protein folding--but how?
81 PrEP treatment prevented HIV transmission in humanized mice
82 Llama proteins could play a vital role in the war on terror
83 Post-traumatic stress disorder diagnosed with magnetism
84 Some mouse sperm can identify, and even cooperate with, its brethren
85 Shorebirds shape up and ship out
86 Hungry immune guardians are snappier
87 Springtime ozone increases over western North America linked to emissions abroad
88 Membrane-coat proteins: Bacteria have them too
89 UC San Diego Researchers Synchronize Blinking "Genetic Clocks"
90 Study: Animals populated Madagascar by rafting there
91 New treatment shown to reduce recurrence of debilitating diarrhea
92 Investigators identify cleat/natural grass combination may be less likely to result in ACL injury
93 'Survival of the cutest' proves Darwin right
94 Chemical analyses uncover secrets of an ancient amphora
95 Gardeners must unite to save Britain's wildlife
96 Mind reading, brain fingerprinting and the law
97 Stain repellent chemical linked to thyroid disease in adults
98 Scientists using X-ray vision to produce more nutritious flour
99 Researchers identify a new gene involved in autophagy, the cellular recycling programme
100 Bubble physicist counts bubbles in the ocean to answer questions about climate, sound, light
101 UVa engineers find significant environmental impacts with algae-based biofuel
102 Disease severity in H1N1 patients
103 Mountain plants unable to withstand invasion
104 How clean is your knife?
105 Promising probiotic treatment for inflammatory bowel disease
106 Transplanted stem cells form proper brain connections
107 Painless plasma jets could replace dentist's drill
108 Cervical cancer: Combined drug and radiotherapy improves survival
109 Little pill means big news in the treatment of MS
110 Counterfeit Internet drugs pose significant risks and discourage vital health checks
111 On the Trail of a Cosmic Cat
112 Selling the nation's helium reserve
113 Brain abnormalities in Parkinson's patients develop before symptoms occur
114 Estrogen in the Fight Against Schizophrenia
115 Consumers over age 50 should consider steps to cut copper and iron intake
116 An electrifying advance toward tomorrow's power suits
117 First evidence that blueberry juice improves memory in older adults
118 School classroom air may be more polluted with ultrafine particles than outdoor air
119 Oral COTI-2 is effective in a second animal model of human pancreatic cancer
120 Engineers: New sensor could help treat, combat diabetes, other diseases
121 Columbia researchers show link between lung disease and heart function
122 Med students say conventional medicine would benefit by integrating alternative therapies
123 New gene discovered for recessive form of brittle bone disease
124 LSUHSC research yields promising stroke treatment
125 Digital mammography delivers significantly less radiation than conventional mammography
126 Ultrasound plus proteomic blood analyses may help physicians diagnose early-stage ovarian cancer
127 Popular handheld devices show promise in the field of emergency radiology
128 Obesity ups cancer risk, and here's how
129 Stroke's 'death signal' discovered; may aid drug development
130 Scientists using X-ray vision to produce more nutritious flour
131 Study Finds Face Masks and Hand Hygiene Can Help Limit Influenza's Spread
132 Lack of cellular enzyme triggers switch in glucose processing
133 How to Live Your Life Twice
134 Identification of the gene responsible for a new form of adult muscular dystrophy
135 Turning down the noise in quantum data storage
136 Data at the end of the Tunnel
137 New way to generate abundant functional blood vessel cells from human stem cells discovered
138 Researchers develop new bushfire warning device
139 Teaching computer games
140 U.N. Official Says Climate Deal Is at Risk
141 Expanding Use of Wind Power Feasible, but May Be Costly
142 Teacher With Bible Divides Ohio Town
143 Carp DNA Is Found in Lake Michigan
144 Managing Disasters With Small Steps
145 When Built-In Antifreeze Beats a Winter Coat
146 Scientists Find a Shared Gene in Dogs With Compulsive Behavior
147 Ancient Egypt's Toxic Makeup Fought Infection, Researchers Say
148 Healing Physically, Yet Still Not Whole
149 Really? The Claim: If You Have a Seafood Allergy, Avoid CT Scans
150 Q & A: Burbles and Gurgles
151 The Platypus Is Cute but Far From Harmless
152 Desert Spider Discovery on Jordan-Israel Border
153 Is Pentagon's Haiti Mission a Model for a New Security Role?
154 A Durable Yet Vulnerable Eden in Amazonia
155 Offering Care for the Caregiver
156 Big Benefits Are Seen From Eating Less Salt
157 Phys Ed: Will Olympic Athletes Dope if They Know It Might Kill Them?
158 Ankles Gain as Candidates for Joint Replacement
159 Behavior: Too Much Sitting Shortens Lives, Study Suggests