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1 Parent group rallies to raise $5K for Sunnyvale schools
2 Cupertino, Sunnyvale teachers find love in education
3 Dolby building is new hub for UCSF stem cell center
4 Study vindicates UCSF fetal spine surgery
5 UCSF opens stem cell building free of restrictions
6 Euphoria of romance can blunt intense pain, researchers find
7 Test gets almost 1 in 5 syphilis cases wrong
8 People of Tulsa take snow cleanup into their hands
9 US diplomat calls African dictator a good guy
10 US trade chief urges Europe to open market to GM foods
11 Red Planet for Sale? How Corporate Sponsors Could Send Humans to Mars
12 EPA, California Investigate San Francisco Bay Estuary Water Quality Problems
13 Don't expect genome breakthroughs yet, expert says
14 Sex and Pregnancy on Mars: A Risky Proposition
15 Official: Gas explosion seen and heard for miles
16 Forest Service eyes rules to increase control
17 Pot Use May Mellow Out Men's Sexual Function
18 Egypt's museums and monuments are deserted
19 Ore. lawmaker tells Europeans to butt out
20 TMI: If all data were CD stack, it would pass moon
21 Kin of famous Lucy had feet like modern people
22 Arched fossil explains Lucy's posture
23 Third-century Roman sculptures discovered
24 How Dinosaurs Handed Down Their Fingers to Birds
25 FAQ: Inside NASA's Valentine's Day Visit to Comet Tempel 1
26 Researchers find whaling ship from 1823 wreck
27 London museum goes wild with animal sex show
28 NYC museum is giving antiquities to Costa Rica
29 Have Saudis Overstated How Much Oil Is Left?
30 Seven alarming facts about sitting
31 Multiculturalism has failed, says French president
32 Fame doesn't protect movie stars from stroke risk
33 CO woman waits to see if pill mix up harmed embryo
34 Marrow Donation From Teenage Stranger Saves Man's Life
35 Nearly 25% of Women With Early Ovarian Cancer Not Given Recommended Biopsies
36 Obesity Tied to Education, Income, but Not Suburbia: Study
37 No racial bias at child protective services: study
38 Immigration Reform: A Key Retirement Issue
39 Testicular cancer deaths double with after 40 diagnosis
40 Astronaut's space tales aim to inspire
41 Stigma hampers Afghan fight against AIDS
42 20 dead of swine flu in China in 2011: ministry
43 Use of e-cigs not allowed on US flights
44 PG&E blast: Why pressure was spiked on gas lines
45 BART poll finds more gripes about cleaning, value
46 Diet soda tied to stroke risk, but reasons unclear
47 Too Little Sleep, Too Often, May Harm Your Heart
48 Singularity: Kurzweil on 2045, When Humans, Machines Merge
49 Dictators' Sons, From Egypt to Libya, Are Doomed
50 Strokes are rising fast among young, middle-aged
51 No Benefit to Lowering Blood Pressure in Acute Stroke: Study
52 When Given Control, Women Use Less Epidural Anesthesia During Delivery
53 Medicare chief says health law working
54 Stanford medical research team builds tiny broken hearts
55 Former astronaut Sally Ride says science must improve its image to encourage kids today
56 Stanford's 'molecular autopsies' hope to help grieving families
57 California releases first state-approved K-12 environmental curriculum in U.S.
58 Mavericks surfer rescue puts Jet Skis in the spotlight
59 'So far, so good' for salt pond restoration effort
60 'Blue carbon' initiatives emerging as promising carbon sinks
61 Wanderlust: In search of mushrooms
62 A trail for Joe in Saratoga
63 Menlo Park tree plan not hugged by park lovers
64 Menlo Park draws fire for quietly exterminating squirrel population at Bedwell Bayfront Park
65 'Very large decline' in Marin coho salmon
66 Do Electronics Buy Back Programs Make Sense?
67 Nokia, Microsoft in Pact to Rival Apple, Google
68 When Will Apple Unveil Newest iPad?
69 Going on a First Date? Here Are the Questions to Ask
70 What Do White People Really Like?
71 Stuck on a Swiss Mountain? There's an App for That
72 Salesman: Hackers Use Chinese Company's Servers
73 Genetic Tests Can Unearth Family Secrets, Such as Incest
74 Looking for True Love? Consider Birth Order, Says Author
75 Is The Oscar Ticket to Heart Attack, Stroke?
76 Annette Bening: Oscars Are 'Nerve-Wracking'
77 4 Screening Tests Women Fear
78 Brain Surgery Patient Sent Home in Cab, Ends Up on Street in Hospital Gown
79 College Baseball Star Receives Kidney from His Own Coach
80 Police: Parents Faked Daughter's Cancer for Cash
81 Disease-Causing Gene Identified After Family's 20-Year Quest
82 5 Questions to Ask Your Dentist about Radiation
83 USDA Says Nation Suffering an Obesity Epidemic Needs More Sugar
84 Growing GMO Threat Highlighted at Major Farming Conference
85 '20/20' Exclusive: Kati Kim on Her Family's Harrowing Ordeal
86 Mubarak Steps Down as President, Army Takes Over
87 Profound Fatigue, Cold Sweats, Dizziness May Signal Heart Attack
88 Are Heart Attacks More Deadly for Women?
89 Healthy Woman Shocked by Heart Attack, Twice
90 'Niceness' partly genetic, say scientists
91 Omega-3 may keep blindness at bay
92 Coral shines light on rainfall records
93 Old bone proves Lucy was no swinger
94 Squid sex chemical sends males crazy
95 Scientists unlock cosmic ice riddle
96 Fossil find puts 'Lucy' story on firm footing
97 Bizarre mammals filmed calling using their quills
98 Global data storage calculated at 295 exabytes
99 World drowning in oceans of data
100 Ministers halt some forest sales after public outcry
101 People power 'overlooked by energy policies'
102 New battle opens on US carbon emissions
103 Spice drug fights stroke damage
104 Nanowire processor signals route to ever-smaller chips
105 NASA astronaut plans space concert with an Irish air
106 Elusive lure of the Northern Lights
107 Russian cosmonautics fights to stay competitive
108 Short trips, worlds away from Krakow
109 Madagascar's elusive shell-squatting spider filmed
110 Debate opens on domain closures
111 Microsoft's Internet Explorer 9 web browser goes live
112 Cuba welcomes new internet cable link with Venezuela
113 Can Nokia Windows be a smartphone contender?
114 Nokia crisis highlights internal struggle
115 Speak and spell: Can voice technology give your app the edge?
116 Unprotected home computers vulnerable to hijack
117 Stop the presses: Facebook CTO says news next in social revolution
118 HP to Microsoft Sayonara?
119 Wearing helmet 'beneficial' for skiers and snowboarders
120 Patient-run epidurals 'may cut need for intervention'
121 Male sex hormone testosterone 'interferes with empathy'
122 Warwick scientists say lack of sleep 'bad for health'
123 Evidence That Prehuman "Lucy's" Feet Were Made for Walking
124 Facebook Firing Seen Aiding Worker Free Speech
125 Giraffes in a Boat? 8 Taken to Kenyan Island
126 Chinese Co.: Yes, We Rent Servers to Hackers
127 Thomas Edison's (Much Deserved) Google Doodle
128 Still Chugging: Cambridge's Very Own Nuclear Reactor
129 Bayer Can't Produce Toxic Chemical in W. Va.
130 HP TouchPad: First Take
131 Hacker Collective Plans Attacks on Iranian Government Websites
132 Switzerland Freezes All Assets Tied to Mubarak
133 World Reacts to Mubarak Resignation
134 English Mom Terrified of Tableware: What Scares Her Most?
135 Baylor College of Medicine Doctors: DNA Gene Tests Expose Incest
136 How to Keep Food Fresh Longer
137 Spina Bifida Best Treated BEFORE Birth, Study Suggests
138 Butt Injection Death: What Killed Claudia Aderotimi?
139 Cancer Mommy Meredith Israel: "I Want to Die in Peace"
140 Whooping cranes head back to Louisiana
141 Livestock plagues are spreading
142 Pneumococcal vaccine rolls out in developing world
143 These bones were made for walking
144 US science agencies targeted for cuts
145 Security focus hinders progress in Arab world
146 Sex and violence linked in the brain
147 Evolution: A can of worms
148 Criss-crossed nanowires can compute
149 Eruption surprises Japanese volcanologists
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