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1 Societies evolve a bit like creatures, study finds
2 Get them some sleep, scientists say of young delinquents
3 World money meltdown can start in surprising places, physicists say
4 From brain science, new questions about free will
5 Goose eggs may help save warmth-battered polar bear
6 Galaxies detected by their "shadows"
7 Power-hungry image may hurt female, but not male politicians
8 Looking older than your age may not mean bad health
9 Moving 3D images may be inching toward real-life use
10 Friendships seen as key to success for dolphin moms
11 Liberal gene identified
12 Study seeks to show how acupuncture really works
13 Diversity within species may be as important as among them
14 Scientists work on sun-charged "heat battery"
15 Daily vibration may help protect aging bones
16 A strike against stroke?
17 Dealing with the river crisis
18 Plumbing the ancient Mayan plumbing
19 Test touches truth: Tiny fingers tout terrific tactile talents!
20 Verizon iPhone: What Do We Actually Know?
21 Online Behavior Tracking and Privacy: 7 Worst Case Scenarios
22 Bed Bug Alert: iPhone App Finds Oubreaks Near You
23 Where's the Gulf Oil? In the Food Web, Study Says
24 Britain's Royal Navy Website Shut by Hacker
25 Broadband Usage Growing Even as Gaps Persist
26 Web Browser Pioneer Backs New Way to Surf Internet
27 Italy: More Building Collapses at Pompeii Possible
28 South Korea Discovers Rare Earths Deposit
29 Adderall Abuse Alters Brain, Claims a Young Life
30 No Need to Skip Deodorant During Radiation Therapy
31 Breakthrough squeezes blood from skin
32 Mum and Dad tell us how to wear our genes
33 Large Hadron Collider (LHC) generates a 'mini-Big Bang'
34 UK space sector earnings now at 7.5bn pounds
35 Slave-making ants target the strong not the weak
36 Whales found dead on Donegal beach
37 The business of innovation: Steven Johnson
38 The last archipelago of Thailand
39 Royal Navy website attacked by Romanian hacker
40 Call of Duty: Black Ops set for midnight launch
41 Cameron hails 'revolutionary' Whitehall data website
42 Google turns off GMail data feed to sites like Facebook
43 'Robot carers' developed in Bristol laboratory
44 Painkillers 'risky in pregnancy'
45 High risk prostate cancer death 'cut with radiation'
46 Hair loss and trichotillomania sufferers 'need more help'
47 The pain of miscarriage
48 'My sister's life in a mental hospital'
49 'I am 25 and "fit" but have emphysema'
50 Songs for surgery--how music is chosen for operations
51 Is British reserve 'spoiling' death?
52 Surgery should not be entertainment
53 RockMelt: A Social Way to Browse the Web
54 Archeologists Link Rise of Civilization and Beer's Invention
55 Gamer Frenzy Around "Call Of Duty: Black Ops"
56 Call of Duty: Black Ops Heist in Maryland
57 Review: How the First Windows Phone 7 Devices Stack Up
58 Researchers Find Way to Turn Skin into Blood
59 Georgina Bloomberg Fractures Spine in Horse Fall
60 At Least 10,000 Flee Myanmar Election Violence
61 Marilyn to Dali: Playboy Auctioning Off Art
62 152 Arrested in Oakland Cop Sentencing Protest
63 RockMelt Browser Comes Out from Behind Its Rock
64 Start-Up Covets Browser Market
65 New Web browser launches with backing from Netscape pioneer
66 Marc Andreessen expected to unveil social Web browser RockMelt
67 Delta Offers Free In-flight Wi-Fi for the Holidays
68 Google Sponsors Free In-Flight Wi-Fi for the Holidays
69 Google Spreads Free Holiday WiFi Beyond Virgin To AirTran And Delta This Year
70 Hacker sinks Royal Navy website
71 Royal Navy website infiltrated by computer hacker
72 Hacker attacks Royal Navy website
73 The British Monarchy to join Facebook
74 God Save the Queen--From Her Facebook Followers
75 Groups protest new airport pat-down technique, more body scanners
76 Pilots told to avoid new airport scanners, "demeaning" pat-downs
77 Building the future: Microsoft's Kinect a marathon, not a sprint
78 Kinect system that could revolutionise gaming launched by Microsoft
79 Toshiba announces MacBook Air solid state drives available for sale
80 Macbook Air SSD is available for all
81 Toshiba Makes MacBook Air SSDs Available to OEMs
82 Toshiba introduces high performance blade-type SSDs
83 Alleged Steve Jobs e-mail says 'hardly anyone' was buying Apple's Xserves
84 Steve Jobs chucks Apple server biz from pram
85 Climate scientists plan campaign against global warming skeptics
86 Super Mario Bros Creator: Q&A With Shigeru Miyamoto
87 WikiLeaks Defectors To Create Rival Whistleblower Site
88 WikiLeaks Faces New Competition
89 WikiLeaks urges US to probe alleged rights abuses
90 iOS 4.2: The Launch This iPad Release Deserves
91 IMDB Update Adds Multitasking, Entertainment News to iOS App
92 X-rays' 115th anniversary celebrated with Google Doodle
93 X-Rays: History of X-Ray and Technical Advancement
94 Google doodle celebrates 115 years of X-rays
95 Health Buzz: Skin Cells Created from Blood Cells [et al.]
96 Adult human skin cells converted directly to blood cells, skipping intermediate stem cell step
97 Skin cells transformed into blood
98 Researchers Transform Skin Cells Directly Into Blood Cells; Could Yield Effective Treatments for a Host of Diseases
99 Researchers Turn Human Skin Cells into Blood Cells
100 Need some blood? You could soon make your own from your skin, say scientists
101 Cellular 'alchemy' transforms skin into blood
102 High court turns down early health care challenge
103 Health Law Appeal Turned Away by U.S. High Court in Interest Group's Case
104 Round One to Obama on Health Care@SCOTUS
105 Are Children Prey for Fast Food Companies?
106 Kids Exposed To More Fast Food Ads, Study Finds
107 Report: Fast food industry marketing too heavily towards children
108 Fast Food Restaurants Dish Up Unhealthy Marketing to Youth
109 Laptop use on laps might reduce sperm quality: report
110 Laptops Can Seriously Affect A Man's Sperm Quality
111 Your Laptop May Be Toasting Your Testicles
112 HIV/AIDS: Why Don't Some People Get Sick?
113 Study shows drowsy drivers behind the wheel
114 Survey: One in four drivers have fallen asleep at the wheel
115 Study shows 2 in 5 have been asleep at the wheel
116 Many drivers asleep at wheel, survey finds
117 41% of drivers in US say they fell asleep at wheel
118 $27.5 Million Settlement for 9/11 Workers
119 Mom's Sleep No Worse With Breastfeeding
120 Breast-Feeding Won't Rob Mom of Sleep: Study
121 Breastfeed your baby
122 Volunteer group aims to boost breastfeeding numbers
123 Study: Breast-Feeding Moms Get Just as Much (or Little) Rest as Formula-Feeders
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