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1 Northern koalas can resist disease better
2 How Mediterranean diet lowers blood pressure
3 Genetic similarity draws us together
4 Sheep dog patrols may curb seaside bacterial infections
5 UK overseas wildlife 'needs protection'
6 Baby mammoth goes on display in UK
7 Olive oil and salad combined 'explain' Med diet success
8 Survey suggests support for fracking in UK falls below 50%
9 Scans bring new insights into lives of Egyptian mummies
10 Longitude Prize launched with 10 million pounds awaiting winner
11 UK discovery 'starts race' to turn light into matter
12 ESA's Cryosat mission sees Antarctic ice losses double
13 Greenland's long glacier fjords point to higher seas
14 Lost snake species rediscovered in Mexico
15 D-Wave: Is $15 million machine a glimpse of future computing?
16 Extreme photography revealing the atmosphere's secrets
17 Cutting edge science used to ID natural pearls
18 Does brain structure determine your political views?
19 Tiny KickSaturday, Sprite satellites hitch ride into orbit
20 Missing yacht: US Coast Guard resumes search
21 UK house prices up 8% in a year, says ONS
22 Syria conflict: First Briton convicted of terrorist offences
23 Thailand crisis: Army declares martial law
24 Russia crash: Six dead in train crash near Moscow
25 10 ways to cool the housing market
26 N/A
27 Piscine Molitor: The swimming pool where Tarzan was a lifeguard
28 Disabled and broody: Why I decided not to have children
29 #BBCtrending: Wishing for someone else's president
30 Fire breaks out at Camden Stables Market, London
31 Prostate cancer 'may be a sexually transmitted disease'
32 Man pepper sprayed by Sussex Police drowns in Hastings lake
33 E-cigarettes 'help smokers to quit'
34 BT ordered to repair most faults 'within two days'
35 Wearing Google Glass can hurt, doctor warns
36 Patchy mobile coverage on UK roads and railways
37 GoPro plans to list on the Nasdaq stock exchange
38 Apple apps made to run on Android devices
39 Mobile phone child health risk investigation
40 China denounces US cyber-theft charges
41 BlackShades: Arrests in computer malware probe
42 Bitcoin development group hit by resignations
43 Cisco calls for curb on NSA surveillance efforts
44 US cyber-thief gets 20-year jail term
45 New AEB braking technology would 'make cars safer'
46 Game set for 400 million pounds stock market return
47 War on waste makes sustainable business more profitable
48 Twitch: Has Google valued watching others play games at $1bn?
49 Chinese hacking: US calls out '21st Century burglary'
50 GCHQ-backed competition seeks new recruits
51 Thailand martial law: Acting PM issues plea for peace
52 Rolf Harris 'fondled girl' on UK theatre trip
53 Who, What, Why: How long can someone survive in a life raft?
54 Joss Stone death plotters win appeal
55 Academy school chain becomes first to close
56 Less Hitler and Henrys in new history A-level
57 EIS says paperwork rise is hampering Scottish teachers
58 Careers advice warning by school inspectors Estyn
59 Nottinghamshire sees gay adoption rates rise
60 More pupils take tougher primary tests says government
61 University leaders back European membership
62 Exam stress tackled by bubble wrap and puppies
63 UN warns of unprecedented growth in synthetic drugs
64 Food should be regulated like tobacco, say campaigners
65 New nursing code: Patients asked to help shape draft
66 Life as a nurse: 'My patients go through hell'
67 Caring for sick babies: The dilemma facing China's poor
68 Eradicating polio one step at a time
69 Nigerian city of Jos rocked by twin blasts
70 Cluster of Rare Birth Defects Under Investigation
71 Pvt. Manning to Get Transferred? How Gender Change Works
72 Below-Normal Hurricane Season Expected
73 Ethical Care Required as Neuroscience Advances, Government Report Says
74 US Army's Air-Conditioned Helmet Helps Soldiers Keep Their Cool
75 Hurricanes on the Move! Tropical Storms Shift Toward Poles
76 Burst Water Pipe Reveals Century-Old Crusader Murals in Jerusalem
77 Did Kitty Litter Cause a Radiation Leak?
78 California's Thirst Triggers Earthquakes, Lifts Mountains
79 Gluten-Free Diet Reduces Risk of Type 1 Diabetes in Mice
80 Keeping Your Eyes On The Ball May Be Essential
81 Does Chemotherapy Always Cause Hair Loss?
82 What Is Buttermilk?
83 Mini Longneck Dino Discovered in South America
84 Man-made Skin Reveals How Sharks Swim So Fast
85 Elephant Seals Survive Deep Dives with 'Smokers' Blood'
86 Yearly Scans May Find More Lung Cancers, But With a Price
87 FDA Warns Against Temporary Tattoos
88 Students Risk Brain Problems from 'Smart' Drugs
89 Solar Winds Linked to Increased Lightning Strikes
90 Tobacco Plants May Contain Cure for Cancer, a New Twist in Protein-Lipid Interactions
91 Forget Folk Remedies, Medieval Europe Spawned A Golden Age of Medical Theory
92 Cancer Patients Asking for Tests Are Often Right, Study Suggests
93 Ruptured Pipeline Spews 10,000 Gallons of Oil in Los Angeles
94 4 Rare Undersea Boneyards Discovered
95 So Many Arms! How Octopuses Avoid Tying Themselves in Knots
96 Pool Chemicals Injure Nearly 5,000 Yearly
97 Fitness & Big Data: How Wearable Tech Is Changing Exercise Research
98 Migrating Earthquakes Could Make Prediction Possible
99 'Missing Link' Skeleton May Solve Mystery of First Americans
100 Finding the Right Balance: Too Much Exercise Risks Heart Health
101 Drones & Jetpacks Take Center Stage at Futuristic Festival
102 How to Track Sleep with Your Fitness Tracker
103 The Science of World War I: Communications
104 Magellan Echo: Smartwatch Review
105 Great Barriers: Reefs First Line of Coastal Defense
106 Reference: Anorexia: Causes, Symptoms & Treatment
107 Reference: Keeping Time: Months and the Modern Calendar
108 Men with Sperm Defects May Have Higher Risk of Dying
109 Scientists Focusing on the Wrong Sharks in the Wrong Places (Op-Ed)
110 Do Men Have a Higher Threshold for Pain, or Are They Just a Bit Emotionally Repressed? (Op-Ed)