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1 NHS urged to buy Fairtrade and ethically-sourced kit
2 Hyundai; Driven to Success
3 The Great American Paycheck Squeeze
4 Crews Race to Rescue Chile Quake Victims
5 Small Tsunami Hits Japan; Big Threat Looms
6 Tsunami Hits Hawaii, Causes Minimal Damage
7 Bush Jokes About Intelligence, Knocks Jimmy Carter
8 Death Toll Rises from Massive Chile Quake
9 Chile Quake Doesn't Compare to 1960 Horror
10 Warming panel, under attack, seeks outside review
11 U.N. to create science panel to review IPCC
12 When American and European Ideas of Privacy Collide
13 Apple Enforces "Supplier Code of Conduct" After Child Labor Discovery
14 Apple Reports Child Labor Was Used to Build iPhones, iPods
15 Apple cites suppliers for violations
16 Apple Says Some Suppliers Used Underage Workers
17 Mobile giving campaign under way for Chile
18 TigerText: The App for Spies and Cheaters
19 TigerText app: "This text will self-destruct"
20 TigerText: An iPhone App for Cheating Spouses?
21 App covers your Tiger tail
22 Facebook Gains News Feed Patent to Secure its Social Network
23 After 10 Billion Songs, What's iTunes' Encore?
24 The Buried Treasure in Your TV Dial
25 Atom smasher restarts to prepare for new work
26 Large Hadron Collider restarts
27 CERN atom smasher restarts
28 Meat Might Be Behind Many Unidentified Allergic Reactions
29 Severe allergic reaction to meat may not be rare
30 Meat allergy more common than expected: Study
31 Penicillin Allergy Might Not Include Related Antibiotic
32 Vitamin D helps Gaucher disease patients
33 UPDATE 2--U.S. approves Shire's drug for Gaucher disease
34 Shire's Gaucher drug approved
35 New Drug for Genetic Disorder Gets Final FDA Nod
36 What do we need health insurers for anyway?
37 Some getting nasty surprise on insurance
38 Americans need an intervention in health care
39 Medicare payments cut 21%
40 CMA After Congress to Prevent Medicare Cuts
41 Doctors threaten Medicare backlash
42 New inhaled drug protects from flu in single dose
43 Study Finds Alternative Antiviral for Bird Flu Prevention and Treatment
44 Contagious Hybrid Bird Flu-Human Flu Created in Lab
45 Coffee drinking may lower stroke risk
46 Coffee Lowers Stroke Risk
47 Study: Coffee May Lower Stroke Risk
48 ASA: Coffee Drinkers Have Lower Stroke Risk
49 Coffee associated with lower stroke risk
50 ASA: Coffee Drinking Linked to Reduced Risk of Stroke
51 Immigrants sue state over exclusion from health care
52 Suit: Mass. immigrant health cuts unconstitutional
53 Immigrants sue after being excluded from state healthcare coverage
54 Four sue state over exclusion from health insurance
55 Fish can recognize a face based on UV pattern alone
56 New process yields high-energy-density, plant-based transportation fuel
57 Genes associated with early tooth development identified
58 Stickleback genomes shining bright light on evolution
59 Novel compound found effective against H5N1 avian influenza virus
60 Does promiscuity prevent extinction?
61 MeCP2 goes global--redefining the function of the Rett syndrome protein
62 Rwandan genocide survivors provide new insights into resilience and PTSD
63 Plotting and treachery in ant royal families
64 Why BPA leached from 'safe' plastics may damage health of female offspring
65 Field study exposes how sea turtle hatchlings use their flippers to move quickly on sand
66 Scientists reveal driving force behind evolution
67 Avoiding dairy due to lactose intolerance is unnecessary in most cases
68 Novel compound found effective against avian influenza virus
69 Tackling the challenges of survival in a changing world
70 Twice as many women to be diagnosed with gestational diabetes
71 Chitosan as alternative to growth-promoting antibiotics for ruminants
72 How can accidental captures of loggerhead turtles be reduced?
73 Offering hope for tissue regeneration
74 Climate may keep beautiful killer plant in check
75 The pig and its pancreas
76 MSU scientists unlock key enzyme using 'cool' method
77 Gene signature may improve colon cancer treatment
78 New cancer treatment gives hope to lymphoma and leukemia patients
79 UAB Study Shows African-Americans Have Highest Stroke Rate, Southerners More Likely to Die
80 Study shows that suffocating head lice works in new treatment
81 A hot road to new drugs
82 Chemical Element 112 is named "Copernicium"
83 The toxicity of antimicrobial silver in products can be reduced
84 Light, Wind and Fire
85 The bigger the animal, the stiffer the 'shoes'
86 Researchers gain detailed insight into failing heart cells using new nano technique
87 New strategy develops 2 prototype drugs against cancer, retinal diseases
88 Scientists find an equation for materials innovation
89 A New Way Forward for Nanocomposite Nanostructures
90 Montana State University students take aim at bear spray canisters
91 Nanotechnology Tackles Major Problems Associated with Chemotherapy--Side Effects and Drug Resistance
92 UCLA 'dark matter' conference highlights new research on mysterious cosmic substance
93 First measurement of the age of cometary material
94 Scientists Glimpse Nanobubbles on Super Non-Stick Surfaces
95 Nanotechnologists From the University of Pennsylvania Collaborate to Form Near-Frictionless Diamond Material
96 New graphene 'nanomesh' could change the future of electronics
97 How long is a piece of thread? Long enough to save a life
98 New 'alien' invaders found in the Milky Way: Queen's University astronomer
99 UW-Madison physicists build basic quantum computing circuit
100 Dialysis patients: Fatigue may predict heart attack
101 Vitamin D deficiency likely among some kidney disease patients starting dialysis
102 News brief: Poorer breast cancer survival associated with micrometastases in axillary lymph nodes
103 Smoking significantly increases risk of aneurysm in people with certain genes
104 Blacks more likely to have undiagnosed key stroke risk factor, have higher stroke incidence
105 Multiple sclerosis, Italian researchers discover a possible onset mechanism for the disease
106 Scanning for skin cancer: Infrared system looks for deadly melanoma
107 Breast cancer screening: No added value through mammography
108 The most frequent error in medicine
109 Blacks Much Less Likely to Know They Have Heart Condition or to Use Treatment for It, Says Mayo Clinic Researcher
110 Cells of Aggressive Leukemia Hijack Normal Protein to Grow, According to Penn Study
111 Increasing neurogenesis might prevent drug addiction and relapse
112 Hypnosis Can Help Control Pain Among Women with Metastatic Breast Cancer, UB Researcher Finds
113 Choice Between Stroke-Prevention Procedures Should Be Influenced by Patient Age, Say UAB Researchers, Colleagues
114 Landmark Trial Finds Stents as Good as Surgery for Unclogging Carotid Arteries
115 New smoking cessation therapy proves promising
116 Researchers move closer to understanding chaotic motion of a solid body in a fluid
117 UI study measures levels of PCBs flowing from Indiana canal to air and water
118 Brain implant reveals the neural patterns of attention
119 Nouns and verbs are learned in different parts of the brain
120 For better trade, give peace a chance
121 Personalized medicine in warfarin therapy
122 More than 1: Long-reigning microbe controlling ocean nitrogen shares the throne
123 Hiding the honeypots
124 CeBIT 2010: Intelligent energy management for the home
125 The new ID card
126 CeBIT 2010: Live 3-D-TV
127 First images from ESA's water mission
128 NASA Unveils New Space-Weather Science Tool
129 Neutrons poised to play big role in future scientific advances
130 Scientists Determine Massive Planet is Being Torn Apart by Its Own Tides, Providing Opportunity to Watch a Planetary "Death March"