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1 Genes--the 'book' of life?
2 Total recall just a fist clench away
3 Crouching bird, big dinosaur arms
4 Google searches predict market moves
5 'Big cat' Canadian lynx was on the loose in UK in 1903
6 Images of Dounreay reactor's inside--the first in 50 years
7 DNA pioneer Francis Crick honoured with Cambridge memorial
8 Earliest satellite maps of Antarctic and Arctic sea-ice
9 Phone pioneer speaks for first time in 128 years
10 Rib and implant used to create Bonebridge ear for Edinburgh deaf man
11 Clenching fists 'can improve memory'
12 'Enthusiasm' for bringing bears and lynx back to Scotland
13 Koala chlamydia: The STD threatening an Australian icon
14 US has 'some confidence' of Syria chemical weapons use
15 Boston bombing suspects' mother regrets emigration to US
16 Forty found alive after Dhaka building collapse
17 Brazil judge orders Facebook memorial page removed
18 Spain unemployment hits record high
19 Living a conjoined life
20 The Statue of Liberty and America's crowdfunding pioneer
21 Pakistan health workers targeted over Bin Laden death
22 Falsely accused student of Boston attacks confirmed dead
23 Obama warns daughters on 'family tattoo'
24 Teachers rampage against reforms in Guerrero state, Mexico
25 Israel 'shoots down Lebanon drone'
26 DARPA: The element of surprise
27 Russia NGO law: Election watchdog Golos fined
28 Google offers clearer search labels after EU probe
29 Exploding the urban myths about how to stay safe online
30 Why can't the UK produce world-beating tech companies?
31 London teenager gets mobile app-controlled 'bionic arm'
32 Microsoft clinches Android patent deal with China's ZTE
33 Dead customer Virgin Media bill goes viral on Facebook
34 PM backs 'clean wi-fi' porn block in public places
35 French unemployment at new high
36 Jail for Colombian peasant who raised hostage's son
37 UK economy avoids triple-dip recession
38 Leveson report: Newspapers reject press regulation plans
39 No 10: Baroness Thatcher's funeral cost taxpayer 3.6m pounds
40 The curious tale of the stolen books
41 Do bank branches just need a makeover?
42 Diabetes warning over soft drinks
43 Measles vaccination plan in England targets 1m children
44 Eating same food as parents 'healthier for children'
45 'Urgent need' to remove space debris
46 Hubble brings closer look at our amazing comet
47 Photo: Hubble Gets First Glimpse of Possible 'Comet of the Century'
48 British big cat theory gets bump from lynx link
49 Museum find proves exotic 'big cat' prowled British countryside a century ago
50 A lynx, shot dead in England in c. 1903
51 NASA rover needs companion, draws dick on Mars
52 COCK-A-DOODLE-DOO: NASA rovers scrawl giant willy on Mars
53 The Rover Has Landed
54 The Mysterious Loss of Mars 3
55 CERN physicists observe new difference between matter and antimatter
56 New 'Fairy' Insect Is Mind-Blowingly Small
57 Mysterious hot spots observed in a cool red supergiant
58 Lost In Space? Russian Spaceship Suffers Glitch
59 Mall Of America Becomes Home To 72,000 Ladybugs
60 72,000 Ladybugs Released in Mall of America
61 UNL engineers develop new strong, yet tough nanofibers
62 NASA launches three smartphones into orbit
63 NASA smartphone satellites piggyback into orbit on Antares
64 Dispatches from a NASA spaceport: Adventures at an aborted rocket launch
65 FlipperBot mimics baby sea turtle's first dash--all in the wrists
66 Baby Sea Turtles Inspire Flippered Robot
67 Amphibious Robots Inspired By Baby Sea Turtles, Researchers Say (VIDEO)
68 Nets, harpoons could be used to haul in space junk
69 Space Junk Experts Say Harpoons, Robots, Lasers, & Nets Could Be Used To Curb Orbital Debris
70 Actor Robert DeNiro, Georgetown Faculty, Others Elected to Prestigious Academy
71 Bruce Springsteen elected to American Academy of Arts and Sciences
72 No insurance cost surge from climate change
73 Oceans Are Feeling the Heat: Op-Ed
74 Connect The Dots On Climate Change: The Tangible Effects Of A Warming World
75 Robot discovers three unexplored passages in 2,000-year-old tunnel near the Pyramid of the Sun in Mexico
76 Mini-robot finds surprise in Mexico's ancient Temple of Quetzalcoatl
77 Egg laid by extinct elephant bird sells for $101G at British auction
78 Huge Fossilized Egg Sells For $101,813 At Christie's Auction In London
79 Kelly Ayotte's Approval Rating Plunges After Vote Against Gun Background Checks
80 Catherine, Herbert Schaible's Second Child Dies After Parents Use Prayer, No Medicine
81 Dirty Dozen: EWG Releases 2013 List Of Most Pesticide-Heavy Fruits And Veggies
82 Gut Bacteria Implicated In Heart Attacks, Stroke
83 H7N9 Is One Of 'Most Lethal' Flu Viruses So Far, WHO Says
84 Chicken, Ground Beef Top Meats For Foodborne Illness-Linked Hospitalizations: Report
85 Hookah Smoking No Less Harmful Than Cigarettes, Study Finds
86 Marijuana Pill May Be Better For Pain Than Smoked Form, Study Finds
87 Chocolate May Trigger Acne By Changing Immune System, Study Suggests
88 Why You're in a Bad Mood (Again): How to Use Technology to Get You Out of It
89 NASA chief to lawmakers: Heavy lift rocket 'on schedule'
90 Meteorite Lands on Home in Wolcott
91 Officials confirm meteorite hit Wolcott home
92 News in Brief: Comet's water still hanging around on Jupiter
93 Herschel Links Water Around Jupiter to Comet Impact
94 Placentas provide clues about autism risk at birth, study says
95 Scientists find clues to autism risk in placentas
96 Abnormal placenta may reveal newborn's autism risk
97 Newest Study Confirms a Soda a Day Ups Diabetes Risk by 20%
98 Another HIV vaccine fails as agency halts study
99 Experimental HIV Vaccine Fails; Study Halted
100 Porn Has Effect on Teens' Sexual Behavior
101 Porn's negative effect on teen sexuality exaggerated, study says Add to...
102 Porn Use Has Small Effect on Sexual Behavior, Study Finds
103 Eggs, Too, May Provoke Bacteria to Raise Heart Risk
104 How gut bacteria increase heart disease risk
105 'Gut Reaction' May Predict Cardiovascular Risk
106 Diabetes Control Still a Work in Progress
107 Diabetes Self-Care Improves Slowly, U.S. Report Finds
108 Social animals follow food trends, even whales: study
109 Like humans, some whales and monkeys learn habits from friends, say researchers
110 Breast Cancer Relapse Risk Stunted By Coffee? New Study Suggests The Morning Beverage Might Offer More Than Just A Perk
111 Coffee drinkers have lower breast cancer risk
112 3-D View of Breast Aids Cancer Screening
113 World Malaria Day 2013: We Cannot Afford to Wait
114 Malaria, a scourge that we can defeat
115 Peace Corps Volunteers Extend Malaria Efforts to Villages and Towns Across Africa
116 Newfound hormone holds hope for diabetes treatment
117 Potential diabetes breakthrough
118 Harvard researchers discover hormone that causes cells lost in diabetes to multiply
119 Oregon's air getting fresher: American Lung Association State of the Air 2013
120 The Record: Better air
121 Many Americans Breathing Cleaner Air: Report
122 How Much Exercise Will It Take to Work Off a Burger? Menus May Soon Tell You
123 Would you like 2 hours of exercise with that?
124 Aloha! Hawaii is the least stressed state in America (just don't move to West Virginia)
125 An extra large mosquito breed is getting lots of attention in Florida, but entomologists say they're not new.
126 NFL group, company teaming up for brain drug test
127 NFL alumni take stance on front line of effort to treat brain injuries
128 Box Takes Electronic Health Records to the Cloud
129 Box Expands Healthcare Offerings
130 AHA: Heart Failure Costs Likely to Soar
131 White House drug czar emphasizes drug treatment, education
132 Obama Drug Czar Wants Treatment and Arrests at the Same Time