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1 Apple, AT&T Get Record Number of iPhone Orders
2 At Cupidtino, New Dating Website for Apple Fans, Love is in the Macbook Air
3 Cell Phone Warning to Become San Francisco Law
4 Bigfoot discovered? Virginia Man Says He's on Verge of Bigfoot Discovery
5 Clean Energy: Why Is China Ahead of the U.S.?
6 Starbucks: Free Wi-Fi at 6,700 US Sites
7 Four Days in 'Cooling Bag' Saves Baby's Life
8 Pro-Anorexia Websites Send Convoluted and Deadly Messages, Study Finds
9 FDA Readies for Fight Over 'Female Viagra'
10 FDA Panel to Decide on U.S. Distribution of Controversial Contraceptive Pill, EllaOne
11 What? The Vuvuzela Is Hazardous To Your Hearing
12 Court: 2-Person Labor Board Can't Make Decisions
13 Van Der Sloot Faces Long Wait in Desolate Peruvian Prison System
14 Future of Commercial Whaling Ban Rests With Japan
15 Twitter a Hit in Japan as Millions 'Mumble' Online
16 Russian Capsule Carrying 3 Docks at Space Station
17 New Hawaii Telescope Searches for Killer Asteroids
18 Rent-an-Everything Web Culture Now Offers Friends
19 Cord Blood Transplants a Viable Option in Leukemia
20 Oil dispersant effects remain murky
21 Females as good as males with directions
22 Researchers light up optical processing
23 Illegal bushmeat 'rife in Europe'
24 Stem cell therapy 'damage' seen in kidney disease case
25 Push for 'Great Green Wall of Africa' to halt Sahara
26 ESA chief Jean-Jacques Dordain stays in post
27 Kuiper Belt world measured in star pass
28 Rainfall impacts of climate warming to persist
29 Ancient climate change 'link' to CO2
30 Congress tells Hayward BP ignored oil well dangers
31 Water voles make a comeback in UK
32 Pan-Starrs telescope begins operations to hunt asteroids
33 Bloodhound diary: All aboard, here we go
34 Radiocarbon dating verifies ancient Egypt's history
35 Ant's head balancing act revealed by video
36 Do you drink more than you think?
37 FCC to toughen internet rules
38 Landline telephone contract fees to be cut
39 Forth Valley Royal Hospital to use robot 'workers'
40 Fighting back against web attacks
41 Getty taps into Flickr snappers
42 Lucha Libre spices up games fair
43 Utah firing squad death announced on Twitter
44 Breast implants 'need checking'
45 England team raise cash for World Cup hero
46 Hillary Clinton Says White House Will Sue Over Arizona Immigration Law
47 Microsoft's Catch-22: in Mobile Commerce
48 Denmark Leaves Stranded Whale To Die Naturally
49 As Japan Goes, So Does Commercial Whaling Ban
50 Gulf Oil Full of Methane, Adding New Concerns
51 Will Hurricanes Help Gulf Oil Spill Clean-Up?
52 Why Hardware Trumped Software at E3 2010
53 MySpace Co-President Resigns
54 Specs Revealed: iPhone 4 has 512MB of RAM
55 Apple Shares Hit New High On iPhone 4 Pre-orders
56 iPhone to Verizon Drumbeat Picks Up (Again)
57 Nobel-Winning Portuguese Novelist Saramago Dies
58 Little House Star Alison Arngrim "Abused"
59 FDA Approves Prostate Cancer Drug Jevtana
60 Biggest Loser Contestant: Show "Hurts" People
61 Is Male Menopause Real? Yes, But...
62 Four Loko: Is New Party Brew "Liquid Cocaine?"
63 Ask CBS News: Is Gulf Shellfish Safe to Eat?
64 FDA Panel Backs New Morning-After Pill
65 Prosopagnosia: Rare Cause of "Face Blindness"
66 Woman, 66, Oldest to Birth Triplets
67 Enigmatic star could emerge from its gassy cocoon
68 UN body will assess ecosystems and biodiversity
69 New UN science body to monitor biosphere
70 Russia woos lost scientists
71 US biotech firms line up for tax credits
72 Gene linked to autoimmune diseases
73 Metrics: A profusion of measures
74 Metrics: Do metrics matter?
75 Triple-punch gene therapy targets HIV
76 How to improve the IPCC
77 Getting the drop on gravity
78 Egyptian kingdoms dated
79 Marijuana Worsens Schizophrenia
80 Scientists Drop Theory of Everything Down Elevator Shaft
81 Don't Want to Exercise? Blame Your Genes
82 Study: Dogs Can Detect Prostate Cancer
83 Organic Labels May Trick Dieters Into Eating More
84 Rare Mutations May Cause Common Diseases
85 Why Some People Crave More Salt
86 Kids Learn Gender Stereotypes at Home
87 Alps to Become More Dangerous in Warming World
88 Unplanned Pregnancies More Common in Obese Women
89 Study of Dominant-Looking Men Yields Surprising Result
90 Jaguars' Hunting Patterns Revealed
91 Blotting Out Star Light Helps Find Alien Worlds
92 Unlocking genetic disease with next-generation sequencing
93 Scientists discover that sense of direction is innate
94 Battle of the bugs leaves humans as collateral damage
95 Polar oceans key to temperature in the tropics
96 Carbon dioxide is the missing link to past global climate changes
97 New research shows malaria threat is as old as humanity
98 Damselfish 'garden' algae
99 Illegal bushmeat trade rife in Europe
100 Sequencing a single genome yields cause of inherited bone disorder
101 Using bacteria in oil wells to convert oil to natural gas
102 Storing carbon dioxide deep underground in rock form
103 Scientist uses geological observatories to monitor the health of soils
104 Why do certain diseases go into remission during pregnancy?
105 New link identified for bipolar disorder
106 Signal like you mean it
107 Posidonia meadows reflect pollution levels in the Mediterranean
108 Connection elucidated between obesity, salt sensitivity and high blood pressure
109 Are school wellness policies stuck in the Ice Age?
110 Scientist links increase in greenhouse gases to changes in ocean currents
111 Teenagers want to finish their studies and leave home
112 WHO guidelines on Buruli ulcer need adjustment
113 Model predicts individual's vitamin D needs
114 Oceanographers Call for More Ocean-Observing in Antarctica
115 Saint Louis University investigators perfect new version of blood-regulator thrombin
116 Love ballad leaves women more open to a date
117 Nanoparticle scientist speaks on new discoveries at Goldschmidt Conference
118 Heavy metal glass helps light go the distance
119 Analysis of atmosphere in Phoenix, Ariz., suggests new model for sound urban growth policies
120 Physicists build inexpensive land mine detection system using off-the-shelf components
121 Highly efficient solar cells could result from quantum dot research
122 Physicists get an up-close look at synthetic quantum materials
123 UBC study offers ethical and cost-effective strategy for managing MRI incidental findings
124 More action needed to prevent stomach problems in NSAID users, despite recent progress
125 Scientists focus on revealing hidden mysteries of the Universe
126 PTSD: The serotonin system influences vulnerability and treatment
127 Experiment turns up the heat on natural selection, reveals new details of an evolutionary mechanism
128 Physicists help biologists to understand protein folding
129 Astronomers Witness a Star Being Born
130 New model suggests feared side effect of Alzheimer's drugs is unlikely
131 WHOI scientist takes comprehensive look at human impacts on ocean chemistry
132 University of Minnesota researchers clear major hurdle in road to high-efficiency solar cells
133 Aerogeophysical Survey Provides Promising Prospects of Economic Development in Afghanistan
134 UM scientists design intelligent 3-D simulation robots to compete in the Robocup 2010
135 An innate sense of direction
136 Study examines pro-anorexia and pro-bulimia websites
137 First large-scale analysis of pro-eating disorder websites conducted by Hopkins/Stanford researchers
138 New complication seen in stem cell therapy
139 Women who consume large amounts of tea have increased risk of rheumatoid arthritis
140 Expression of certain transporter proteins may predict resistance to drug therapy
141 Risk of heart attack in patients
142 Vitamin D deficiency confirmed as common across a range of rheumatic conditions
143 Using science to identify true soccer stars
144 Climate changes in the Atlantic can affect drought in Africa
145 Bone replacement from laser melting
146 World of lights in the microcosmos
147 New world Helicobacter pylori genome sequenced, dynamics of inflammation-related genes revealed
148 New process is promising for hydrogen fuel cell cars
149 Shining a Light Around Corners
150 Jell-O lab-on-a-chip devices to spark interest in science careers
151 Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute Researchers Develop Ultra-Simple Method for Creating Nanoscale Gold Coatings
152 Fully epitaxial microcavities
153 Peering into the never before seen
154 Clear rules facilitate continued Web interaction among general practitioners
155 AFOSR-Funded Initiative Creates More Secure Environment for Cloud Computing
156 New analysis on problems between archaeology and pharaonic chronology, based on radiocarbon dating