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1 Twenty-year hiatus in rising temperatures has climate scientists puzzled
2 Coroner warns mother against sleeping with babies
3 Scientists find new gene markers for cancer
4 Santa Clara offers citywide outdoor Wi-Fi
5 Scientists keeping track of whales by following songs
6 Girl's 'cure' signals new cancer weapon
7 Starting solids too early: a communication problem?
8 5 Fad Diets We Wish Would Go Away Forever
9 Produce Pretenders
10 Could changing your diet weeks before surgery help healing?
11 The 5 worst kid meals at chain restaurants
12 Doctors and patients could decide who gets medical marijuana under draft Mass. rules
13 Will the CDC's new anti-smoking ads really help smokers quit?
14 Boston College threatens action in condom giveaway
15 Power exercises: Part II
16 Are temporary tattoos toxic? FDA warns against them
17 Defending the thousands affected by drug lab scandal could take $332m, state agency says
18 Assisted suicide measure narrowly defeated; supporters concede defeat
19 A rampant prescription, a hidden peril
20 Exercise Generously: Share Your Elliptical
21 Kelly: Gun checks need mental health component
22 Boston hospital monitors 5 for possible hepatitis
23 2 in China first known deaths from H7N9 bird flu
24 South Africa: Mandela in hospital on Easter
25 Patients of Oklahoma doctor line up for tests
26 Smartphones Are Americans' New BFFs
27 Drones Could Rescue Drowning Victims
28 Augmented Reality Doesn't Need Google Glasses
29 Giant Robotic Jellyfish Readied for Sea Patrol
30 Rust Offers a Cheap Way to Store Wind, Sun Power
31 Robot Ants Mimic a Real Colony
32 Apple Smart Pen Patent Has All The Write Stuff
33 Should short boys take growth hormone?
34 Starting solids early tied to obesity
35 US approves new multiple sclerosis capsules
36 Climate change to worsen diarrhoea in Africa
37 Same-sex parents judged more harshly
38 Health audit shows true conditions
39 The first caffeine-'addicted' bacteria
40 Insects plentiful in hot parts of cities
41 Cold cities less sustainable
42 'Holy Grail' foot and mouth vaccine created
43 Poor 'health literacy' keeps patients from taking meds
44 Early wheezing tied to childhood asthma risk
45 Record gene haul could improve cancer screening
46 New York celebrates 10 year smoking ban
47 Genes linked to teen smoking
48 Gum could cut recovery time after surgery
49 Facebook poised to announce its 'new home on Android'
50 Summly creator Nick D'Aloisio: 'I try to maintain a level of humbleness'
51 Was 'the biggest cyberattack in history' all just a PR stunt?
52 Damaged undersea internet cable causes widespread service disruption
53 Google and Sweden in war of words over ogooglebar
54 Metal Gear Solid 5--it's officially Phantom Pain and Ground Zeroes combined
55 Fancy that hat Rihanna's wearing on TV? Shazam wants to help you track it down
56 Boot up: how Samsung won, Windows Blue's cues, iPad forecasts, and more
57 Cuban video game recreates revolutionary history
58 eBay pushes into emerging markets
59 Walmart crowdsourcing scheme may use customers as delivery drivers
60 ACLU challenges 'stingray surveillance' that allows police to track cellphones
61 Amazon defends use of swear word in ad as 'light-hearted'
62 Boot up: raining on iCloud, Android closes the gap, inside the Spamhaus attack, and more
63 Call for 'green badges' and free parking for electric cars
64 Huge construction firm uses iPads and Apple TV to save millions
65 Scientists create transistor-like biological device
66 High-fibre diet can cut stroke risk, scientists claim
67 Scientists develop new foot and mouth vaccine
68 Scientists unravel genetic causes of prostate, breast and ovarian cancer
69 Messing with time
70 Aggressive secularisation: the new tyranny
71 The science behind the new foot-and-mouth disease vaccine
72 Better Made Up: does all innovation begin as science fiction?
73 Science: now available in easy-to-swallow tablet form
74 Surviving prostate cancer: a prostate surgeon's story
75 It's a gut reaction: how other people's bacteria can cure us--extract
76 A glorious winter, but the Alps face a warmer world--bringing huge change
77 Final twist to tale of Henrietta Lacks, the woman whose cells helped the fight against cancer
78 Met Office defends record following 'unhelpful' forecast
79 Global warming predictions prove accurate
80 'Alfred the Great' bones exhumed from unmarked grave
81 Top Stories: Being Alone Will Kill You, Bacteria Will Make You Thinner, Bees Might Just Shock You
82 Canada Pulls Out of U.N. Treaty to Combat Desertification
83 A Computer Inside a Cell
84 'Fairy Circle' Mystery Solved?
85 Microbes May Slim Us Down After Gastric Bypass
86 Washington's Exploding Manholes Explained?
87 Infants may be drawn to those who mistreat the "different"
88 Your brain cells may be capable of outliving you--by a lot
89 Chimps found to play fairness game like people
90 Near-death experience memories found to share qualities with true ones
91 Who pays for sex, anyway? New findings offer surprises
92 For signs of life, some strange planetary systems may be most promising
93 Dodos weren't alone: Huge bird die-off blamed on ancient man
94 Did some Neanderthals learn advanced skills from "moderns"?
95 In earliest image of cosmos, "strange" features
96 It's true: cooking may have given us our big brains, study says
97 First man-made object may have left solar system--or not
98 Friendliness to minorities often a performance--a fragile one, research suggests
99 Newborn stars make a splash with astronomers
100 Gospel of Matthew linked to bizarre trail of self-mutilations
101 Black Death could return, study warns
102 Racial purity DNA testing slammed as perversion, but halting practice might not be easy
103 Scientists said to clone embryos of extinct frog
104 Moral "taint" still seeps along blood lines
105 Mars rover finds conditions once suited for life