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1 After Yahoo Acquires Summly, Is Buying Math The Next Tech Bubble?
2 Hot bodies protect frogs from disease
3 Harry Potter meets nano-medicine
4 Croc extinction led to dinosaur domination
5 Doomsday survival odds improve...slightly
6 Fracking 'linked to biggest Oklahoma earthquake'
7 Charles Darwin letters reveal his emotional side
8 Global internet slows after 'biggest attack in history'
9 Rise in beaches failing safety standards
10 Anti-cyber threat centre launched
11 Planck telescope: A map of all the 'stuff' in the cosmos
12 Is pigeon racing cruel?
13 Amazon's 'invisible flying rivers'
14 Gay marriage: Supreme Court hears Defense of Marriage Act case
15 Rio Olympics stadium closed due to roof problems
16 Bank of Cyprus chief Yiannis Kypri 'sacked'
17 Historic Berlin Wall section removed amid protests
18 The trouble with using police informants in the US
19 The astonishing speed of Chinese censorship
20 Cyprus crisis: What are capital controls and why does it need them?
21 Pope Francis shuns grand apartment for two rooms
22 Golden Gate: Electronic tolls for San Francisco bridge
23 Global migrants: Which are the most wanted professions?
24 Is that it for David Miliband?
25 Abu Qatada: Government loses deportation appeal
26 Guide to help parents to spot 'problem behaviour'
27 Stress, emotion and drama: Behind the scenes at the NHS
28 North Korea cuts military hotline with South
29 Dionne Warwick files for bankruptcy, owing $10m
30 Silicon Valley city flips switch on big Wi-Fi project
31 New drone test sites prompt states to compete for untapped civilian market
32 Shorter shifts for medical interns may not mean fewer mistakes
33 Drop in hospital death rates may mean more Americans dying at home
34 Google picks 8,000 winners of "Glass" contest
35 A 9-year-old's Kickstarter project stirs emotional debate
36 Researchers use DNA to explain plant-insect interactions
37 EPA: More than half nation's rivers, streams in poor shape
38 Kids who are bad at math grow into adults who can't calculate the tip, study suggests
39 T-Mobile gets iPhone 5, 4G LTE, Samsung Galaxy S IV
40 T-Mobile to do away with traditional two-year contracts
41 SpaceX dragon cargo capsule heading back to earth
42 Harry Potter-like invisibility cloak works (in a lab)
43 iPhone 5S expected to launch late June, says analyst
44 Gorillas, chimps fighting for survival, U.N. says
45 Fla. golfers find 2 bodies after hearing gunshots
46 China mom buys toddler a $6.5M NYC condo
47 Cuba cleric: Pope Francis criticized church at conclave
48 Jodi Arias Trial: Prosecutor says expert who diagnosed Arias with PTSD after boyfriend's killing has feelings for her
49 Grade Inflation: Colleges With the Easiest and Hardest Grades
50 Love helps U.S. veteran overcome the scars of war
51 Carrying departed heroes to their last journey home
52 Despite same-sex marriage shift, opponents fight on
53 Poll: Support for stricter gun control wanes
54 Jim Carrey spoofs anti-gun control advocates in "Funny or Die" sketch
55 Poll: 60% think federal gov't should recognize same-sex marriages
56 Road rage video leads to N.C. couple's arrest
57 David Petraeus apologizes for career-ending affair with biographer Paula Broadwell
58 Support for same-sex marriage gets social media boost
59 Manson follower arrested trying to smuggle phone into prison
60 Social isolation may shorten the lives of seniors
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62 Over 3 hours of television a day may make kids more antisocial
63 Herpes viruses may lead to memory loss, cognitive declines
64 Temporary tattoos may cause long-lasting allergic reaction, FDA warns
65 More than 17,000 genital injuries tied to zippers
66 Johnson & Johnson recalls OneTouch VerioIQ blood glucose meters due to malfunction
67 French gov't debates "the sexual life of the disabled"
68 Blade pulled from man's back three years after stabbing
69 Gates Foundation offers $100,000 for more pleasurable condom
70 Mass. compounding pharmacy recalls drugs after surprise investigation
71 Harry Potter-like invisibility cloak works (in a lab)
72 Researchers create ultra-thin and flexible Harry Potter-like invisibility cloak
73 This invisibility cloak is thinner than anything in Harry Potter's closet
74 Astronomers Discover New, Third Type of Supernova: Exploding Stars May Not be Deadly After All
75 Whoa! Mini-Supernovas Discovered
76 Cuckolded Males in Many Species Provide Paternal Care
77 Why Cuckolded Males Stick Around to Raise Kids
78 2-Headed Shark Fetus Netted by Fisherman
79 EPA: More Than Half Of Nation's Rivers in 'Poor Condition' for Aquatic Life
80 Scientists link frozen spring to dramatic Arctic sea ice loss
81 'Titanic' Director Donates Deep-Sea Craft to Institute
82 Seven-Gendered Organisms Reproduce Gender Randomly
83 7 Choices?! Strange Creature Picks Its Sex at Random
84 Seven sexes!? Scientists figure out how these microbes juggle mates
85 New genetic testing for prostate cancer may reduce unnecessary treatment
86 Mysterious pond circles in NY spur talk of aliens
87 Large 5.6-magnitude 2011 Okla. earthquake was likely man-made, scientists say
88 Whoa! Mini-supernovas discovered
89 The future of tablets, according to Amazon: No batteries, no processors, all streaming
90 Aluminium-air battery can power electric vehicles for 1,000 miles, will come to production cars in 2017
91 Newly Engineered Microorganism Could Create Bio-Fuels from Carbon Dioxide
92 Asteroid Mining And Space Colonization a Question of When Not If
93 Breakfast is the Most Important Meal of the Day, Improves Brain Function and Helps Prevent Weight Gain
94 Nanomechanical Quantum Computer Would Use Carbon Nanotubes as Qubits
95 Obama Administration Releases Plan to Help Animals Adapt to Climate Change
96 Federal plan aims to help wildlife adapt to climate change
97 Is another Icelandic volcano getting ready to erupt?
98 Iceland's Hekla Volcano Shows Activity: Could Another Ash Cloud Ground European Air Travel?
99 No Update on Hekla, Situation to be Reevaluated Tomorrow
100 Literal Genesis Trial: Creationist Gimmicks Versus the Optimism of Education
101 Creationist offers $10,000 to anyone willing to challenge literal interpretation of Genesis in court
102 This modified microbe could turn carbon emissions into fuel
103 Officials dispute activists' claim that branded sea lion drowned
104 Retired WWU Professor Skeptical About Global Warming
105 NASA Says Moon And Asteroids Both Were Hit By Bombardment
106 Moon and asteroids share 'bombardment' history: NASA
107 Miners shoot for the stars in tech race
108 Illegal snapping turtle found hidden in man's washer, dirty laundry
109 Asteroid-smashing space probes set for cosmic crash in 2022
110 Record gene haul points to better cancer screening
111 Scientists unravel genetic causes of prostate, breast and ovarian cancer
112 Scientists find new gene markers for cancer risk
113 Liquid drops could replace allergy shots
114 'Alfred the Great' bones exhumed from unmarked grave
115 Space tourism: the annoying details
116 Return to Antikythera: what divers discovered in the deep
117 Penny Bailey on science writing: 'You need to know how to tell a good story'
118 Balding in African-American men may be sign of prostate cancer
119 Baldness Linked to Prostate Ca Risk in Blacks
120 Social isolation increases risk of early death, study finds
121 Fewer Hours for Doctors in Training Leading to More Mistakes
122 Limiting hospital intern shifts may not cut errors, studies find
123 Fruit Flies Reap Benefits from Organic Produce
124 Fringe therapy may help heart patients, study finds
125 Chelation therapy still not proven to work, doctors say
126 Does Too Much TV Make Kids Antisocial?
127 More than three hours of TV 'makes youngsters naughtier by the age of seven'
128 Awaiting Official Legalized Pot System, Wash., Colo., Businesses Test Law's Limits
129 On pot laws, respect the states
130 Bloomberg marks 10th anniversary of NYC ban on smoking in bars, restaurants
131 Bloomberg Seeks End to Cheap Cigarettes
132 Lumbar Spine MRIs 'Frequently Inappropriate'
133 MRI scans for back pain often unnecessary, study finds Add to...
134 Youth with diabetes have tough transition
135 SARS-Like Virus Kills Two More People in Germany and Britain
136 Deadly SARS-like Virus Has Claimed Tenth Victim
137 WHO confirms 2 new coronavirus deaths. What is coronavirus?
138 40% of Parents Start Baby on Solid Foods Too Early
139 Infants Are Fed Solid Food Too Soon, C.D.C. Finds
140 More than 1 in 3 moms feed infants solids too soon: advice on when to start
141 Michigan seeks criminal charges against Mass. company for meningitis mistake
142 Regulator issues fraud alert on doctor-owned distributors
143 Cedars-Sinai researchers analyze breath, link to obesity risk
144 Can You Smell Obesity?
145 Brain Scans Predict Which Criminals Are Most Likely to Reoffend
146 Brain Activity Predicts Re-arrest
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