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1 Gabrielle Giffords and Mark Kelly Book Due in November
2 Angry Birds Theme Park in China
3 Obesity and Overeating: How to Break a Bad Habit
4 Coming Soon: A City in a Petri Dish
5 Jesus Daily: Facebook's Most Engaging Page
6 Apollo Astronauts' Moon Landing Sites Shot by NASA Orbiter
7 'Where's Waldo?' Game Brings Smiles to Young Patients
8 Women, Wine and Longer Life: A Half-Full Glass?
9 How to Talk Down Your Hospital Bill
10 Is 'Contagion' Fact or Fiction?
11 A Flu Shot for the Squeamish
12 FDA Committee to Review Osteoporosis Drug Safety
13 N.C. Girl Dead From Suspected Mosquito-Related Virus
14 Medical Schools Teaching Little About Gay Health
15 N/A
16 Tick-Borne Babesiosis a Major Blood Transfusion Threat: CDC
17 Sperm Donor 'Super Dads'--Why It's Dangerous for One Donor to Sire Dozens
18 Gene Link to PTSD Found in Students After Shootings
19 Porn Performer Retests HIV-Negative
20 Hospitalized Kids Overmedicated, Study Finds
21 Mourning Mother Forced to Remove Photos From Cubicle
22 Pedophile's Delight? 'Toddlers and Tiaras' Star, 4, Dons Fake Boobs, Butt
23 From Burns to Body Odor: Recipes For Relief
24 4 Rules for Brighter, Whiter Teeth
25 IHOP Shooting: Third National Guardsman Dies
26 Amanda Knox Prosecutor Concedes She Could Go Free
27 The Smoking Baby: Where Is He Today?
28 Perplexing Puzzle: Can Yahoo's Luster Be Restored?
29 Forecasters: New Solar Flare Won't Cause Problems
30 Facebook to Stream Kennedy Center's 9/11 Tribute
31 Jury Being Chosen in 'Take up Arms' Blogger Trial
32 Review: Seeking a Keyboard That Enhances the iPad
33 2 Mexicans Deny Terrorism, Face 30 Years for Tweet
34 Study finds bird thumb is a finger
35 One small leap for running robots
36 Scientists start 'stem cell zoo'
37 Fragmented reefs can be good for ecology
38 Study reveals how nasty fungus grows
39 Light speed research nets Eureka prize
40 Dark matter hinted at again at Cresst experiment
41 Waving robotic crab arm attracts females
42 NASA 'will need more astronauts'
43 Giant crabs make Antarctic leap
44 Socialising enhances fat conversion and loss in mice
45 Warning over global cancer levels
46 NDM-1 superbug enzyme's 'photofit' taken
47 Underground chick-killers filmed
48 Willow tit and lesser spotted woodpecker on at-risk list
49 Texas wildfires torch 1,000 homes
50 Bacteria 'nano-wires' clean up uranium contamination
51 Putin opens Nord Stream Baltic gas pipeline to Germany
52 Wolf makes a comeback in France
53 Probe pictures Moon landing sites
54 Hens evolve secret sex strategy
55 Mini guide to the Peloponnese, Greece
56 Alien worm invasion 'threat to forests'
57 Russia's Lokomotiv ice hockey team in air disaster
58 Medicare: 91 charged over $295m US health fraud
59 Medicare fraud case nets dozens of arrests
60 Medicare Fraud Strike Force Charges 91 Individuals for Approximately $295 Million in False Billing
61 US arrests 91 in medicare fraud sting
62 U.S. says 91 charged over $295 million in Medicare fraud
63 Syria unrest: Crackdown intensifies on city of Homs
64 Is the US ready for 'Little Mosque on the Prairie'?
65 Libya conflict: Niger border 'cannot be closed'
66 Stewart Nozette admits spy-for-Israel charge
67 A drink a day 'is good for older women's health'
68 .XXX web domain registration begins
69 GlobalSign stops secure certificates after hack claim
70 Yahoo boss Carol Bartz is fired by US internet company
71 Dell and Baidu tie up for smartphones in China
72 Can 'Silicon Roundabout' challenge Silicon Valley?
73 Moving to the all-cloud company 'is the next challenge'
74 Yahoo: Making news at last
75 Can Whitehall open up to open source?
76 PJ Harvey mix up: Newcastle man mistaken for singer
77 Libya conflict: Niger undecided on Gaddafi refuge
78 Fake tan: How did it become the new normal?
79 A mother finds Facebook creepy, starts new social network
80 New forensics tool can expose encrypted online activity
81 $560,000 iPod dock requires a ladder
82 This defusable alarm clock is da bomb!
83 Call of Duty Elite details
84 Next time you hear a dolphin whistle, listen closely
85 Groupon IPO delayed indefinitely
86 Former Yahoo! CEO Carol Bartz's farewell email to employees, sent from her iPad
87 World's smallest motor: 1 nanometer in diameter
88 More organ seekers turning to Web to find them
89 One last chance to view spectacular supernova
90 Yahoos in charge: Blame the board
91 Should sex be mandatory in marriage?
92 Russia jet crash kills 43, many top hockey stars
93 Ark. man Dexter Williams found dead in empty hot tub with local TV meteorologist Brett Cummins
94 Andrea Mitchell reveals breast cancer, tells women to be screened
95 Does pot prevent obesity? What new marijuana study says
96 FDA expresses doubts on Xarelto for atrial fibrillation patients
97 Alcoholic beverage study shows daily drink may benefit women
98 Smoking rate falls but tobacco toll remains high: CDC
99 Mental illness affects 38 percent of Europeans, study shows
100 Google Hands HTC Patents to Use Against Apple
101 UPDATE: Google Assigns Patents To HTC Used To Sue Apple
102 HTC Sues Apple with Patents Bought from Google
103 Google Gives HTC a Patent Assist to Sue Apple
104 Report: SFPD investigating its role in iPhone case
105 Cracked digital certificates endanger 'web of trust'
106 Dutch Government: Websites' Safety Not Guaranteed
107 Dutch Widen Inquiry Into Hacking of Official Sites
108 Hackers steal SSL certificates for CIA, MI6, Mossad
109 Dutch Government Struggles to Deal With DigiNotar Hack
110 Weather disasters keep costing U.S. billions this year
111 Windows 8 will be able to run Windows Phone apps, says Nvidia
112 Porn domain .xxx blocks use of celebrity names
113 .XXX addresses on sale; $1 billion a year likely
114 NASA: 6.5-ton satellite falling back to Earth
115 7-ton NASA satellite set to fall
116 Supernova to be visible for 2 nights
117 Supernova reaches peak brightness; grab your binoculars and look up!
118 Supernova 'of a generation': how you can see it with binoculars
119 Astronomers forgo sleep; eyes fixed on star's explosion
120 'Brain stents' for stroke patients do more harm than good, study shows
121 Drugs Found More Effective Than Stents for Stroke Prevention
122 Weight Watchers works, scientific study finds
123 N/A
124 As you Age, A Drink A Day May Help Keep The Doctor Away
125 Moderate drinking tied to better health for women, study suggests
126 A drink a day linked to healthy aging
127 Healthier living could cut 2.8 million cancer cases
128 DEA to ban so-called "bath salts" drugs
129 Tick-borne parasite may be creeping into blood supply
130 Tick-Borne Disease May Be Linked to Transfusions
131 Tickborne Disease May Threaten Blood Supply, CDC Says
132 Mom Gives 7-Year-Old Son Coffee Daily to Treat ADHD
133 Mother 'prescribes' coffee to counter the effects of seven-year-old son's ADHD