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1 Acer Releases Iconia Tab A510 Android Tablet, Plans for a Windows 8 Tablet
2 Visit the Amazon Rain Forest Right Now...
3 NetZero Reinvents Itself with Free 4G Service
4 Happy 6th Birthday, Twitter!
5 Mini Robots to Help Troops in Afghanistan
6 New iPad Too Hot to Handle? Users Report Burning Temperatures
7 Innocent Man's Life Destroyed by Anonymous Topix Poster
8 Scripps to Buy Travel Channel Int'l for $103M
9 IBM, NYC Hospital Training Watson in Cancer
10 APNewsBreak: Marine Critical of Obama Faces Charge
11 HP Combines Printer, PC Units in Turnaround Effort
12 Review: New iPad Screen Is Eye-Opening Upgrade
13 Zynga Buys Game Maker Behind 'Draw Something'
14 What Others Are Saying About the New iPad
15 Major Yahoo Shareholder Launches Board Challenge
16 Nielsen: Obama Campaign Site Draws Most Traffic
17 Major Decisions Under New HP CEO Meg Whitman
18 AP Enterprise: Philippines Using US Smart Bombs
19 Docs Ask out Patients Online; Some Get Reported
20 DC Theater to Restage Apple-Bashing Show in Summer
21 NASA's Dawn Craft Captures New Images of Asteroid
22 Obesity Might Lower Cognitive Function
23 Army Hospital Accused of Reversing PTSD Diagnoses to Cut Costs
24 Robotic Device Helps Paraplegics Stand Tall
25 People Who Lack Sense of Smell May Be More At Risk of Depression
26 What's That Smell? Ask a Woman, Not a Man
27 Prenatal Pollutants Linked to Later Behavioral Ills
28 Pregnancy and Peanuts: Tricky Truths About Food Allergies
29 Experimental Cholesterol-Busting Drug Shows Promise: Study
30 New Drug Could Raise Good Cholesterol and Lower Bad Cholesterol
31 Fruits and Vegetables Could Modify Gene Linked to Heart Disease
32 Cholesterol-Lowering Foods Reduce LDL Levels More Than Low-Fat Foods
33 Doctors Push Fibrate Cholesterol Drugs Despite Scant Evidence of Effectiveness
34 Weak Evidence Backs Most Heart Guidelines, Report Finds
35 Salt Industry Calls for Repeal of Sodium Guidelines
36 Eating Less Salt May Not Lower Risk of Heart Disease
37 Too Much Salt, Too Little Exercise Bad for Brain
38 Alzheimer's and Diet: Good for Heart May Be Good for Brain
39 New Drug Dramatically Increases HDL, or 'Good,' Cholesterol, Says Study
40 Wide Variations Found in Red Yeast Rice Supplements
41 Switching Statins Often Leads to Wrong Doses
42 Do Thin Parents Pass On Skinny Genes?
43 Consumer Reports' 'Dirty Dozen': 12 Risky Supplements
44 Truth Squad: Supplements for Eye Health
45 Omega-Enhanced Margarines a Heart-Saver?
46 Pregnancy Safe After Breast Cancer, Study Finds
47 Top Tips to Avoid Wireless Radiation
48 Unlikely Partnership Could End Animal Testing in Cosmetics
49 New Rule: Don't Take Antibiotics for This Common Condition
50 Herbicides, Fibrate Drugs May Block Taste Receptors
51 Living a Purposeful Life Can Stave Off Alzheimer's
52 Anti-Alzheimer's 'Cocktail' Meets With Disdain
53 Chemistry helps sperm find the right egg
54 Social butterflies find safety in numbers
55 'Robojelly' eyes the oceans
56 Ibuprofen reduces altitude sickness: study
57 Mercury findings raise new questions
58 Prem babies may lag in language later on
59 Mercury poles give up hints of water ice
60 How whales and dolphins focus sound beams on prey
61 Researchers solve Darwin's copycat evolution puzzle
62 Study sheds light on plants' 'spring switch'
63 Shell signs first shale gas production pact in China
64 Budget: 100m pounds university research pledge for UK
65 Neolithic horned cairns near Caithness wind farm scanned
66 Man-made noise disrupts the growth of plants and trees
67 Illegal logging makes billions for gangs, report says
68 Robotic jellyfish fuelled by hydrogen invented
69 Biomining: How microbes help to mine copper
70 Tagged cuckoo 'missing in action'
71 Dog dirt in plastic bags 'threatens beach safety'
72 Valuing nature, changing economics
73 Will we ever grow replacement hands?
74 Should the location of newly discovered species be hidden?
75 Living in: Moscow
76 Police 'killed Toulouse gunman'
77 Trayvon Martin: New York rally as protests grow
78 Clue to male baldness discovered
79 Renegade Mali soldiers announce takeover
80 ECB chief Mario Draghi says worst of euro crisis over
81 'Hanging out' with One Direction in the US
82 Police 'killed Toulouse gunman'
83 The slow death of prohibition
84 Could you run a marathon without training?
85 Robert De Niro apologises for First Lady quip
86 Outrage over report that India lost $210bn in coal scam
87 Kony video maker Jason Russell faces weeks in hospital
88 How big is space?
89 Data theft: Hacktivists 'steal more than criminals'
90 Google imagines environment-aware mobile adverts
91 Mass Effect 3 row prompts change to add 'further closure'
92 Budget 2012: 'Super-connected cities' and video games tax credits
93 Game sales surpassed video in UK, says report
94 Budget 2012: Tax breaks for games industry
95 London 2012: Olympic Games internet speeds may lag in London warning
96 Game Group to file for administration
97 Viewpoint: Video games tax breaks level the playing field
98 All of Britain's a stage
99 Obesity harms 'later brain skill'
100 Daily aspirin 'prevents and possibly treats cancer'
101 Liver disease deaths reach record levels in England
102 Can you be'dead for 78 minutes?
103 Should I take aspirin?
104 Horse whisper therapy for Gwynedd teens
105 Kim DotCom to get monthly living expenses of $48,000
106 Would you give up sex for the Internet? Report reveals surprising data
107 Online dating services to screen future clients
108 Mass Effect 3 apology? BioWare co-founder releases statement
109 New iPad hits whopping 116 degrees, report says
110 CBS This Morning: There's an app for that
111 Number of Facebook friends linked to narcissism, says study
112 James Cameron's deep sea dive to begin, say reports
113 Outrage over Trayvon Martin shooting spreads
114 France standoff with gunman reaches deadly end
115 New cause for male pattern baldness discovered: Is cure next?
116 French media say Toulouse gunman dead
117 Einstein's private, professional life put online
118 City of Venice still sinking, study says
119 Obama on offense over gas prices
120 Bin Laden files show Qaeda leader's waning sway
121 Photo a new clue in Amelia Earhart case?
122 Taco Bell "reinvents" taco for 50th anniversary
123 Official: Coup d'etat underway in Mali
124 French police set off explosions in standoff
125 Christmas lights, on in March, alert town to death
126 US halts recovery of troop remains in N. Korea
127 2 US men arrested on gay cruise in Caribbean
128 Christian family evicted from Egypt town
129 Israel clears out its embassy in Egypt
130 Afghan villagers say massacre was retaliation
131 Slain American teacher honored in Yemen
132 Israeli Arab village muffles loud prayer calls
133 Kids from 4 states to help with White House garden
134 Somali, Ethiopian troops seize town, fighters flee
135 Gingrich ignores Obama's "a Muslim"
136 Etch A Sketch takes center stage in GOP fight
137 Fake Avastin importer claims he broke no laws
138 Scientists a step closer to heart attack test after cell discovery
139 People who feel dizzy when they stand up more likely to develop heart failure
140 Brief reactive psychosis blamed for Kony 2012 director's outburst: What is it?
141 Fake Avastin shipper tied to Canadadrugs.com
142 Obama to fast-track portion of Keystone pipeline
143 Obama: I won't walk away from promise of clean energy
144 Mikulski now longest-serving woman in Congress
145 Prime gunwalking suspect was held by ATF but released, documents show
146 IRS chief: Agency not targeting tea party groups
147 Conn. to promote state recycling industries
148 Teen shares video of fatal drunk driving crash
149 Bernard Madoff opens up from inside prison
150 New Orleans Saints sanctioned for bounty program
151 Wis. town seeks origin of loud, strange sounds
152 When you should pick up the phone, and why
153 iPad: Love the screen, hate the bills
154 Bestselling book's financial promises don't add up
155 Airbus: 2,000 jobs at risk over China order freeze
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