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1 Crash Course: Florida's Economy Sinks as Space Shuttles Make Final Flights
2 Internet Trolls, Beware! 'Bounty Hunter' Can Expose You
3 Alternative Search Engine Blekko Launches to Eliminate Spam in Search
4 Broadcasters Busy With Online Tie-Ins for Election
5 National Enquirer Publisher to File for Chapter 11
6 Indonesia Volcano Shoots New Blast; 21 More Rumble
7 N/A
8 T-Mobile Follows AT&T, Verizon With New Data Plan
9 Court Won't Hear Nintendo Patent Case
10 Chinese Monkey King Story Adapted in $60M 3-D Film
11 Flooding at Iceland Volcano Could Signal Eruption
12 Nissan Shows Tiny Electric Concept Vehicle
13 Myanmar Junta Accused of Slowing Down Internet
14 Gay Immigrants Deported, Even in Legal Marriages
15 Myanmar Junta Accused of Slowing Down Internet
16 Fingers spot typo ahead of the brain
17 Natural born cell killers
18 Bronze Age hoard found intact in Essex field
19 Digger finds Neolithic tomb complex
20 Tropical fish are mammal-like parents
21 Clone zone: Bringing extinct animals back from the dead
22 Silbury Hill's Anglo-Saxon makeover
23 Mexico's Day of the Dead
24 Facebook uncovers user data sales
25 Alcohol 'more harmful than heroin' says Prof. David Nutt
26 NICE to lose powers to decide on new drugs
27 Leisure-time exercise 'reduces depression risk'
28 Has the calorie had its day?
29 Battle Over Violent Video Game Law Heads to Supreme Court
30 Lawyers: Nobody Saw Tyler Clementi Video
31 Atomic Tom Subway Song Burns Up Internet
32 T-Mobile to Offer Cheaper Data Plan
33 Nissan Shows Tiny Electric Concept Vehicle
34 Oceans of Ancient Mars May Have Sprung From Slow Leaks
35 Apple's Next Macintosh OS
36 Are You in the Job Stress "Red Zone"?
37 Survey: Many Women Have Bad Body Image
38 U.S. Boosts Mail, Cargo Scrutiny amid Bomb Probe
39 Iran Postpones Hikers' Trial to Summon Shourd
40 Herbs, Spices: Not Only Delicious, but Healthy!
41 Climate heretic: Judith Curry turns on her colleagues
42 Underwater robot can follow marine organisms over record distances
43 Drought strikes the Amazon rainforest again
44 Sparks fly over theory that volcano caused salmon boom
45 Rising Rancor: One Nation, Divisible By Politics
46 Why Today's Cockroaches are the Biggest Ever
47 8 Shocking Things We Learned From Stephen Hawking's Book
48 Bonding with Mom: Why Day Care May Harm Fussy Tots
49 Mice 'Smell' Light in Olfaction Study
50 Android Captures Smartphone Lead In U.S.
51 Android market share gain coming at the expense of BlackBerry
52 Five stylish iPhone alarm clock apps to wake you up on time
53 Microsoft CIO Eats His Own Cloud Dog Food
54 Microsoft concedes on blank-screen operations
55 What the UN ban on geoengineering really means
56 Geoengineering sparks international ban, first-ever congressional report
57 Wolverton: The new MacBook Air is much improved
58 TSA Doesn't Want to See Your Little MacBook Air
59 Microsoft claims IE8, IE9 outgrew Google's Chrome last month
60 Windows XP falls under 60%, IE8 loses share for the first time
61 Is the International Space Station Worth $100 Billion?
62 Horror Stories From Space: 10 Ways Life in Orbit Can Be Rough
63 Alcohol Is Most Harmful Drug, Followed By Heroin And Crack
64 Alcohol is more harmful than heroin or crack: study
65 Could GOP win truly affect the health-care overhaul?
66 Late-night media use causing sleep-problems in teens?
67 Lights out, phones on: Many teens text all night long
68 Study Finds Teens' Late Night Media Use Comes at a Price
69 Texting under the covers may affect kids' sleep, moods
70 Kids' use of electronic media at night linked to problems
71 Whooping Cough Epidemic Worst in 50 Years
72 Pertussis Cases Continue to Rise
73 Gulf Seafood Is Safe, Officials Say
74 Chemical Testing Finds Gulf Seafood Safe to Eat, Says FDA
75 Dispelling Consumer Fears of Gulf Seafood
76 Liver Shortage Fix? New Artificial Liver Seems to Work Like Real Thing
77 Physicians face painful decision on Medicare
78 AMA warns of 'catastrophe' if Medicare pay cuts not repealed
79 Physician groups urge Congress for Medicare payment update
80 Surprise finding: Pancreatic cancers progress slowly
81 Pancreatic Cancer, The Silent Killer
82 Pancreatic cancer develops more slowly than previously thought
83 State officials look to ban synthetic marijuana 'K-2'
84 Synthetic Marijuana Banned In Okla.
85 'Fake marijuana' ban takes effect
86 Curing Hepatitis C Will Take More Than New Treatments
87 Vertex, Merck Drugs Help More With Faster Cure for Hepatitis C
88 Hep C Update: Vertex, Merck and Gilead
89 Eating Peanuts While Pregnant May Raise Child's Allergy Risks
90 Eating peanuts during pregnancy might make kids allergic: Study
91 Eating peanuts during pregnancy risky
92 Adding monounsaturated fats to a low-cholesterol diet can further improve levels
93 Successful mothers get help from their friends: Dolphin study
94 US nuclear safety claim is a 'dangerous fantasy'
95 Very large protected areas preserve wilderness but ignore rare species
96 Pregnant women who eat peanuts may put infants at increased risk for peanut allergy
97 1 egg yolk worse than a KFC Double Down when it comes to cholesterol
98 Study finds fat hormone's long-sought link to heart protection
99 Peptide being tested to treat atherosclerosis inhibits ovarian cancer growth
100 Earth's First Great Predator Wasn't
101 Morrison Natural History Museum Discovers Baby Sauropod Tracks
102 Study of babies' brain scans sheds new light on the brain's unconscious activity and how it develops
103 UC Research: Rabbit's Food Brings Luck in Decreasing Estrogen Levels in Wastewater
104 Antibiotics have long-term impacts on gut flora
105 Arthritis drugs could help prevent memory loss after surgery, study suggests
106 New strain of 'high-runner' rats uniquely resistant to disease--all disease!
107 Scientists turn a new leaf to discover a compound in daffodils that targets brain cancer
108 Scientists uncover a genetic switch that turns immune responses on and off
109 MRI contrast agents change stem cell proliferation
110 Slight change in wind turbine speed significantly reduces bat mortality
111 King crab distributions limited by temperature in the Southern Ocean
112 Microreactor speeds nanotech particle production by 500 times
113 The Zebrafish's Neural Circuit Prevents It From Biting Off More Than It Can Chew
114 New mutation linked to non-Hodgkin's lymphoma
115 Extraverts are more vulnerable to effects of sleep deprivation after social interaction
116 New potential drug combination for most common form of non-Hodgkin's lymphoma
117 What happens after traumatic brain injury occurs?
118 Self-awareness can help people navigate rocky seas of relationships
119 Researchers develop successful method for extracting and archiving patient radiation dose info
120 Scientists seek urgent treatment for fatal sleeping sickness
121 New Evidence Supports Snowball Earth as Trigger for Early Animal Evolution
122 Advance could change modern electronics
123 Time for a Rain Dance?
124 Quantum computing with braids in flatland
125 NPL builds long range alpha detector
126 Pivoting Hooks of Graphene's Chemical Cousin could revolutionize work of electron microscopes
127 Inhaled steroids increase diabetes risk, say Lady Davis Institute researchers
128 Grasses have potential as alternate ethanol crop, Illinois study finds
129 Of 50,000 small molecules tested to fight cancer, 2 show promise
130 Portable breast scanner allows cancer detection in the blink of an eye
131 New methods detect subtleties in human genomes' repetitive landscapes
132 Controlling individual cortical nerve cells by human thought
133 New system for monitoring electricity use heralds greener homes and cheaper bills
134 The more someone smokes, the smaller the number of grey cells
135 'Wireless' humans could form backbone of new mobile networks
136 New test equipment enhances police traffic surveillance
137 Researchers Find 'Goldilocks' Of DNA Self-Assembly
138 Organic solvent system may improve catalyst recycling and create new nanomedicine uses
139 UM researchers are studying child-mother interactions to design robots with social skills