August 2012

(email suggestions-questions to Tim Cannon)

Tuesday, August 9th, 7:00-8:00
Happy Hour at 6:00

Platform Lounge, Radisson 
All ages welcome!!

I post a sampling of the links I like best
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TED Talks - always worth your time
Marc Breedlove, where I get many of my neuroscience-related links


  1. Monster-Sized Rabbits Discovered; Sadly, They Can't Hop 
  2. How HBO’s ‘Girls’ Mirrors the Spirit of Sisterhood in Nature  
  3.  Why Creepy People Give Us the Chills 
  4. Where's the Beef? Early Humans Took It 
  5. Phys Ed: Getting to the Root of Runner's High  
  6. Body Armor for Breathing?  
  7. RNA studies under fire
  8. Population and consumption key to future, report says
  9. Will Organic Food Fail to Feed the World?
  10. Open-data project aims to ease the way for genomic research :  
  11. To Keep the Faith, Don't Get Analytical  
  12. Did Dodging Disease Keep Pygmies Small?  
  13. Pigeons may ‘hear’ magnetic fields  
  14.  Ravens Can Recognize Old Friends, and Foes, Too  
  15. Being bilingual 'boosts brain power'
  16. The Corvette of Coelacanths  
  17. The Origin of Blond Afros in Melanesia 
  18. Human brain shaped by duplicate genes  
  19. The Physics of Spilled Coffee 
  20.  Dinosaur gases 'warmed the Earth'
  21. Asteroid’s Impact Still Central to Dinosaurs’ Extinction 
  22. Zombie-Ant Fungus Has Its Own Killer Fungus  
  23.   Mystery of horse taming 'solved' by gene study
  24. Dogs Feel Your Pain 
  25. Infants' Flexible Heads Stretch Back Millions of Years  
  26. Mini mammoth once roamed Crete  
  27. Brain Scans Reveal Dogs' Thoughts 
  28. Large Fonts Elicit Big Emotions 
  29. 8th Grade Students Make Gains in Testing on Science 
  30.  Amber preserves insect pollen carriers
  31. Engravings of Female Genitalia May Be World's Oldest Cave Art 
  32. Electronics Go Viral 
  33. Sweden's enormous education experiment improved longevity 
  34. Do Psychedelics Expand the Mind by Reducing Brain Activity? 
  35. Researchers map damaged connections in Phineas Gage's brain
  36. Like attracts like?  
  37.   Chimps' personalities are like people's, study says
  38. What Thomas Kuhn Really Thought about Scientific “Truth”  
  39. Dumb women: Do men find them more attractive? 
  40. Do Plants Smell Other Plants? This One Does, Then Strangles What It Smells 
  41. The Brain's Bat Signal 
  42. Craig Venter’s Bugs Might Save the World 
  43. The World Science Festival Arrives in New York  
  44. Skull Analysis Charts the Changes From Dinosaurs to Birds 
  45. Ex-Spy Telescope May Become a Space Investigator 
  46. How religion promotes confidence about paternity
  47. ‘What Is a Flame?’ Winner Melts Jargon at Science Festival  
  48. Bat with supertongue seen for first time in Nat Geo series  
  49. South Korea surrenders to creationist demands  
  50. Lady Liaisons: Does Cheating Give Females an Evolutionary Advantage?
  51. NASA Rover Will Contaminate Its Samples of Mars 
  52.  Culling bats does not halt rabies, says report
  53. The Weight of the World 
  54. An Anomaly in Mating - Self-Castration Raises Reproductive Success  
  55. U.S. Students Know What, But Not Why  
  56. Head Start: Scientists Trace a Wiring Plan for Entire Mouse Brain 
  57.  Report calls on government to back open access science
  58.  Slowest Greenland sharks hunts sleeping prey
  59. Inner Ears Reveal Speed of Early Primates 
  60. Evolution and Our Inner Conflict  
  61. Scavenged Bullets Dooming Condors 
  62. Can You Explain Science with 7 Everyday Items? 
  63. Math learning software and other technology are hurting education.  
  64. Building a Bigger Dolphin Brain  
  65.  Dinosaur cold-blood theory in doubt
  66. Phylogeny: Rewriting evolution 
  67.  Flavor Is the Price of Tomatoes’ Scarlet Hue, Geneticists Say  
  68. Is Acid Rain a Thing of the Past?  
  69. Ancient Hunter-Gatherers Kept in Touch  
  70. All Hail the Gonads  
  71.  Seven Minutes of Terror at Mars 
  72.   'Stunted' pot plants cannot reach full potential
  73. Sleep Deprivation Amps Up the Brain 
  74. How Knowing a Foreign Language Can Improve Your Decisions 
  75. Fraud-Detection Tool Could Shake Up Psychology 
  76. Two-Faced Fish Tricks Competitors  
  77. Glimmer of Hope for Fungus-Stricken Bats 
  78. CERN Physicists May Have Discovered Higgs Boson Particle 
  79.  Q&A: The Higgs boson
  80. Poof! Planet-Forming Disk Vanishes Into Thin Air 
  81. Neurodevelopment: Unlocking the brain  
  82. Racial bias colours visual perception 
  83. Conservatives Are Happier, and Extremists Are Happiest of All 
  84.  Firefly sex success: the secret is in the gift-giving
  85. U.S. pushes for more scientists, but the jobs aren’t there 
  86.   Studies refute arsenic bug claim
  87. New U.S. Transport Law Limits Archeology Studies  
  88. The Good Fight 
  89. "Super Derecho" Ambushed Mid-Atlantic before We Knew What One Was 
  90. Blogging the Human Genome 
  91. For These Flashy Male Birds, No Modest Mate Will Do 
  92. Clovis People Probably Not Alone in North America 
  93. Astronomers Spot Fifth Moon Orbiting Pluto 
  94. At Lake Tahoe, Commercial Fishing Is Approved  
  95. Growers Fret Over a New Apple That Won’t Turn Brown  
  96. Uncertainty shrouds psychologist's resignation 
  97.  Bats and smartphones: will 'bat walks' make us love them?
  98. Sex for Dinner  
  99.  Graphene holes 'heal themselves'
  100. College costs shifting to students, Sallie Mae survey finds 
  101.  UK science to be freely available
  102. Upbeat U.S. Research Trends Buck Trend 
  103. China third country to be hit by ‘brown tide’ 
  104. Call Me Maybe When Your School Loan Is Paid In Full
  105. Mostly the Big-Brained Survive 
  106. Jupiter's Blistering Fate 
  107. Punishing Cheaters: Are We the Dark Knight—Or Just Dark? 
  108. Evolution in a Jiffy  
  109. Video: How Hummingbirds Weather the Storm 
  110. Obama Seeks More Money for Master Science Teachers 
  111.  Iceberg breaks off from Greenland's Petermann Glacier
  112.  Storm petrel seabirds can smell their relatives
  113.  Climate ocean tech fix 'can work', research suggests
  114.  10 species named after famous people
  115. Extreme Weather Affecting Public Views on Climate in U.S.  
  116. Perfect storm hit Gulf of Mexico dolphins 
  117. Severe Drought Expected to Worsen Across the Nation 
  118.  Tutu calls for end to gay stigma to help tackle HIV
  119.  First spiral galaxy in early Universe stuns astronomers
  120.  Vast aquifer found in Namibia could last for centuries
  121. Researchers connect seawater chemistry with climate change, evolution
  122. Using the Xbox to study locust swarms  
  123. In a First, an Entire Organism Is Simulated by Software 
  124. Stanford and Venter Institute Simulate an Entire Organism With Software  
  125. Brilliant Scientists Are Open-Minded about Paranormal Stuff, So Why Not You?  
  126. Why Facial Disfigurements Creep Us Out 
  127. Is that guy threatening you? Or is it that extra cup of coffee?  
  128. Mystery Tug on Pioneer 10 and 11 Probes Is Einstein’s ‘I Told You So’  
  129. Selfish Sheep Seek the Center 
  130.  Satellites reveal sudden Greenland ice melt
  131. Is Mythology Like Facebook? 
  132. Cuts loom for US science  
  133. Elephant Teenagers, Testing Boundaries  
  134. Brown Bears and Polar Bears Split Up, but Continued Coupling  
  135.  Protected tropical forests' biodiversity 'declining'
  136.  'Land not sea' origin for snakes
  137. The Wisdom of Not Being Too Rational 
  138. On the Same Plane 
  139. Drought devastates US crops 
  140. End of an age for Aquarius 
  141. Cousins of Neanderthals Left DNA in Africa, Scientists Report 
  142. Strong Storms Threaten Ozone Layer Over U.S., Study Says  
  143.  Termites' crystal backpacks help them go out with bang
  144.  Moon formation: Was it a 'hit and run' accident?
  145.  Big horned rhinoceros beetles are healthiest
  146.  Net-casting spider hunt filmed in wild
  147. The Conversion of a Climate-Change Skeptic  
  148.  Spanish Scientist Puts Genetics to Work to Find Missing Children 
  149. George A. Miller, Cognitive Psychology Pioneer, Dies at 92 
  150. Curiosity, NASA Rover, Ready for Mars Landing 
  151. The Mysterious Affair at Kents Cavern 
  152. Moon Formed From Head-On Collision 
  153. Human Teeth as Hard as Shark Teeth 
  154. Ice Age Tools Hint at 40,000 Years of Bushman Culture 
  155. Are Major Earthquakes Linked? 
  156. Mars landing live blog 
  157. Crater mound a prize and puzzle for Mars rover 
  158. 'Super Volcano' Lurks Near Pompeii:  
  159.  Geography helps solve dinosaur evolution puzzle
  160. ‘Einstein’s Jewish Science,’ by Steven Gimbel 
  161. 9 Scientists Win Yuri Milner’s Fundamental Physics Priz 
  162. Good News for Moms: Having a Kid Makes You Smarter  
  163. New Fossils Indicate Offshoots in Human Family Tree
  164. July Was Hottest Month Ever Recorded in U.S.
  165. Kitty Cam Shows Not All Cats Are Killers
  166. French Researcher Snubs High State Honor to Protest 'Industrial Crimes'
  167. What Gets Geckos Unglued
  168. Olympic Triumph Is a Universal Expression
  169. Danish neuroscientist challenges fraud findings
  170. Early Meat-Eating Human Ancestors Thrived While Vegetarian Hominin Died Out
  171. Stressed Men Like Bigger Butts
  172. From Sojourner to Curiosity: A Mars Rover Family Portrait
  173. MARS Greeley Haven 360 Panorama
  174. Nasa's Curiosity rover pictured on Mars by MRO satellite
  175. Nasa's Mars Curiosity rover lands successfully
  176. Russian Booster Rocket Fails to Deliver Satellites
  177. Sir Bernard Lovell Dies at 98 - a Radio Telescope Bears His Name
  178. Archaeologists claim objects are earliest 'matches'
  179. Ladybugs Eavesdrop on Ants
  180. There's Something Special About Islands
  181. Extreme Heat Is Covering More of the Earth, a Study Says
  182. Don’t Swat That Bug! It May Be Working on Next Year’s Vintage

  1. Computer game effective in treating adolescent depression
  2. Well: At Playground, Child Plus Lap Can Equal Danger
  3. Cocaine May Age the Brain
  4. Study Shows Changes in Fighters’ Brains Before Symptoms 
  5. Case of Mad Cow Disease Is Found in U.S.
  6. Aspirin taken daily 'cuts bowel cancer death risk'
  7. Mad Cow Disease: What You Need To Know Now 
  8. Mobile phones: 'Still no evidence of harm to health'
  9. Veterans and Brain Disease
  10. Obesity and Type 2 Diabetes Cases Take Toll on Children
  11. E-Prescriptions Reduce Errors, but Their Adoption Is Slow - 
  12. F.D.A. Sends Warning Letters to 10 Marketers of ‘Workout Boosters’ 
  13. Perceptions 'can make pain worse'
  14. Taser Shot to the Chest Can Kill, a Study Warns
  15. Pessary Delays Births In Mothers at Risk of Premature Delivery
  16.  US sees sharp rise in newborns with opiate withdrawal
  17. Way to spot breast cancer years in advance
  18. Debate on diabetes drugs gathers pace
  19. Parkinson's Personality: Disease More Likely to Strike Cautious People
  20. Debate Over Who Should Be Allowed to Administer Anesthesia Moves to Courts
  21. UK trial for portable brain-cooling device
  22. Common Pesticide “Disturbs” the Brains of Children
  23. U.S. Lags in Global Measure of Premature Births
  24. A New Treatment Zeroes In on Cellulite 
  25. Aspirin is as 'good as warfarin' for most heart failure patients
  26. Massive rise in Asian eye damage
  27. Remote-controlled genes trigger insulin production
  28. Really? To Lower Your Risk of Diabetes, Eat Breakfast
  29. Mice That Eat Yogurt Have Larger Testicles
  30. HPV vaccine: Fewer girls getting all three doses
  31.  This Breathalyzer Reveals Signs of Disease 
  32. Range of brain diseases could be treated by single drug
  33. Curry's ability to fight cancer put to the test
  34. Nutrition: More Omega-3, Less of a Suspect Protein
  35. Vertex’s Cystic Fibrosis Therapy Is Called ‘Game-Changing’ 
  36. US drug company to pay $1.6bn over Depakote mis-selling
  37.  Lack of contact with nature 'increasing allergies'
  38. Field Tests for Revised Psychiatric Guide Reveal Reliability Problems for 2 Major Diagnoses
  39. Psychiatry's "Bible" Gets an Overhaul
  40. Phys Ed: How Muscle Workouts May Boost Brainpower
  41. Psychiatry Panel Backs Down on D.S.M. Changes
  42. 'One in six cancers worldwide are caused by infection'
  43. Testosterone supplements may help male weight loss
  44. Pfizer’s Rheumatoid Arthritis Pill Wins Federal Panel’s Approval
  45. New Cautions About Bisphosphonates
  46. Free Baby Formula for Newborns Limited at New York City Hospitals
  47.  Stem cell shield 'could protect cancer patients'
  48. Study links genes to melanoma development
  49. HIV prevention pill Truvada backed by US experts
  50. Is Your Alarm Clock Making You Fat? 
  51. Diet Drug Wins Approval of F.D.A. Advisers
  52. Concussions May Be More Severe in Girls and Young Athletes
  53. Can You Call a 9-Year-Old a Psychopath?
  54. Whooping Cough Epidemic Hits Washington State
  55. Vital Signs: Using Probiotics to Help Medicine Go Down
  56. IUD May Be Best Emergency Contraception, Analysis Shows
  57. Large city hospitals 'breed and spread' MRSA
  58. Alzheimer’s Prevention Is Aim of Drug Trial
  59. Coffee Drinkers May Live Longer
  60. Popular Antibiotic May Raise Risk of Sudden Death
  61. NHS 'should consider giving statins to healthy people'
  62. Replication studies: Bad copy
  63. Ticks to the Slaughter
  64. Legislation Proposed to Extend Texas Helium Sales Deadline
  65. Doctor and Patient: Increasing Organ Donor Enrollment at the D.M.V.
  66. Sleep Apnea Tied to Increased Cancer Risk
  67. Tailoring Treatments for Alcoholics 
  68. Skin cells turned into healthy heart muscle cells
  69. Patterns: Shot Protects Against More Than the Flu
  70. C-section 'may double risk of childhood obesity'
  71. Calcium pills pose 'heart risk'
  72. Emergency plan' to eradicate polio launched
  73. Male pill: gene discovery may lead to contraceptive
  74. A New Class of Cancer Drugs May Be Less Toxic 
  75. Conquering Cancer by Thwarting Tumor's Immune Shield 
  76. Let’s (Not) Get Physicals
  77. Painkillers Add Costs and Delays to Workplace Injuries
  78. Exotic Diseases from Warmer Climates Gain Foothold in U.S.
  79. Can These 6 Questions Tell You If You're Clinically Addicted to Facebook?
  80.  Iron pills may help women beat fatigue
  81. Science at Issue in Debate on Morning-After Pill 
  82. Phys Ed: Moderation as the Exercise Sweet Spot
  83. Exercise 'no help for depression', research suggests
  84. Tests of Parents Are Used to Map Genes of a Fetus
  85. CT Scans Increase Children's Cancer Risk, Study Finds
  86. Spine manipulation for neck pain 'inadvisable'
  87. Womb with a View: Labor inside an MRI Scanner Reveals the Mechanics of Childbirth
  88. Experimental Surgery Targets Stubbornly High Blood Pressure
  89. Children with older fathers and grandfathers 'live longer'
  90. Calcium and Vitamin D Ineffective for Fractures, U.S. Preventive Services Task Force Says
  91. Diesel Fumes Cause Lung Cancer, W.H.O. Says
  92.  Smoking and drinking has 'little effect' on sperm counts
  93. Human Microbiome Project Explores Our 100 Trillion Good Bacteria
  94. Milk fats may alter gut bacteria causing bowel diseases
  95.  'Hitchhiking' anti-cancer viruses ride blood cells
  96. Ten-year-old girl gets vein grown from her stem cells
  97. Antibody cocktail cures monkeys of Ebola
  98. How Depressed People Use the Internet 
  99. Study Tests if Progesterone Can Save Lives After Brain Injury 
  100. Paternity Blood Tests That Work Early in a Pregnancy 
  101. To Avert Liability, Washington Town Drops Helmet Laws 
  102. Moderate drinking in early pregnancy branded 'safe'
  103. Doctor and Patient: Can Doctors Learn Empathy?
  104. Bird flu 'could mutate to cause deadly human pandemic'
  105. Oregon Study Reveals Benefits, and Costs, of Insuring the Uninsured
  106. Obama Mandate Threatens ‘Sacred Liberties,’ Dolan Says
  107. Having Your Coffee and Enjoying It Too
  108. Voice algorithms spot Parkinson's disease
  109. EEG brain trace 'can detect autism'
  110. Craving Carbs on an Empty Stomach
  111. German Court Rules Against Circumcising Boys
  112. What Clementines Can Teach Surgeons 
  113. Mexicali Lures American Tourists With Medical Care
  114. Combating Acid Reflux May Bring Host of Ills
  115. 'Smoking vaccine' blocks nicotine in mice brains
  116. Hundreds of California Medical Marijuana Shops Close 
  117. Five millionth 'test tube baby'
  118. Blaming the Brain for Chronic Back Pain
  119. Hitting kids may increase their odds of later mental illness, study finds
  120. More Women Seek Over-the-Counter Sexual Remedies
  121. Premature Birth May Raise Risk for Mental Illness, Study Reports
  122. Really? Drinking Coffee Lowers Colon Cancer Risk 
  123. 3D-printed sugar network to help grow artificial liver
  124. More genetic links to osteoarthritis uncovered
  125. A New Record for Retractions? 
  126. OraQuick At-Home H.I.V. Test Wins F.D.A. Approval
  127. The Bristle Brush as Barbecue Hazard
  128. Breast Cancer Screenings Decline Among Younger Women
  129. Smoking mothers' embryos 'grow more slowly
  130. High-Protein Diet Is Linked to Heart Risks 
  131. 'Most realistic' robot legs developed
  132. A Shotgun for Blood Clots
  133. In Gene Sequencing Treatment for Leukemia, Glimpses of the Future
  134. New Frontiers of Cancer Treatment Bring Breathtaking Swings
  135. Cuban cholera outbreak reaches Havana
  136.  Dog's Duty: Guarding Baby Against Infection 
  137. Meeting Contraception Needs Could Sink Maternal Death Rate 
  138. Genetic Test Changes Game in Cancer Prognosis
  139. C.I.A. Vaccine Ruse in Pakistan May Have Harmed Polio Fight
  140. Can spending less time sitting down add years to life?
  141. Gene Mutation Protects Against Alzheimer's 
  142. In Rory Staunton’s Fight for His Life, Signs That Went Unheeded
  143. Genetic Database of Bacteria Aims to Track Food-Borne Illness 
  144. Breast cancer surgery women 'risk more operations'
  145. German circumcision ban: Is it a parent's right to choose?
  146. Study Calls for Better Assessment of Government P.T.S.D. Programs
  147. Academics say 'no truth' to lying eyes theory
  148. Chicken Vaccines Combine to Produce Deadly Virus
  149. In Germany, Ruling Over Circumcision Sows Anxiety and Confusion
  150. TV habits 'can predict kids' waist size and fitness'
  151. Destroying Nature Unleashes Infectious Diseases
  152. Morning sickness: Can more sex help?
  153. Signs of Cognitive Decline and Alzheimer’s Are Seen in Gait
  154. Five Obamacare Myths
  155. High Doses of Hormones Add to IVF Complications
  156. Scientists Weigh In on Fall Prevention
  157. Aspirin a 'no brainer' against cancer after screening
  158. HIV-prevention drug Truvada approved by US
  159. F.D.A. Bans BPA From Baby Bottles and Sippy Cups
  160. Alcohol May Cut Women's Arthritis Risk
  161. Trial Hints Baxter’s Gammagard Can Slow Alzheimer’s
  162. Multiple Sclerosis Drug Doesn’t Stop Disability, Study Finds
  163. Drinking alcohol, even in moderation, 'a dementia risk'
  164. Inactivity 'killing as many as smoking'
  165. Florida abuzz over mosquito plan
  166. Vast Gene Study Raises Hopes for Colon Cancer Drugs 
  167. Questioning Surgery for Early Prostate Cancer
  168. Costs May Stay High After Bariatric Surgery
  169. Sports Promote Healthy Weight in Teenagers 
  170. Egg allergies 'treated with egg'
  171. Polypill 'could save thousands' of lives
  172. Twycross Zoo chilled-out lar gibbon Jane turns 50
  173. Anemia drug made billions, but at what cost? 
  174. European Agency Recommends Approval of a Gene Therapy
  175. F.D.A. Approves Afinitor and Kyprolis for Breast Cancer and Myeloma 
  176. U.S. Lawmakers Press for Action on Cholera in Haiti
  177. Washington, D.C., Tests for AIDS in Stores, Streets and Offices 
  178. Nearly Two Dozen Injured at Tony Robbins Seminar
  179. The Ideal and the Real of Breast-Feeding 
  180. Bacteria Outbreak in Northern Europe Due to Ocean Warming
  181. Reducing salt 'would cut cancer'
  182. Drug-resistant HIV 'on increase' in sub-Saharan Africa
  183. Do those who retire early live longer?
  184. Insecticidal Paint Shows Promise in Curbing Disease
  185. Trans Fat Limits Show Benefits in New York
  186. Alzheimer’s Drug Fails Its First Big Clinical Trial
  187. Often, Just Watching Prostate Cancer Is Enough 
  188. Serbia Becomes a Hub for Sex-Change Surgery
  189. Fitness Products Come Mostly Filled With Fiction 
  190. Why Aren’t Certain Viruses Immune to Vaccines? 
  191.  Genetic entrepreneur to compete in Genomics X Prize
  192. Hope for more effective TB treatment
  193. Too Much Medical Care? 
  194. The 10-Minute Workout, Times Three 
  195. Insurance Sways Risk of Cancer Diagnosis 
  196. Hunter gatherer clue to obesity
  197. Can Compact Fluorescent Lightbulbs Damage Skin?
  198. Jonathan Eisen: Meet your microbes 
  199. For Big Drug Companies, a Headache Looms
  200. Medicaid Expansion May Lower Death Rate, Study Says
  201. Shift work link to 'increased risk of heart problems'
  202. Japanese women fall behind Hong Kong in longevity
  203.  Ground-breaking windpipe-transplant child 'doing well'
  204. U.S. Federal Court Says Stem Cell Treatments Are Drugs
  205. The skin’s secret surveillance system
  206. Ebola Outbreak Kills 14 in Midwestern Uganda 
  207. Can bacteria fight brain cancer?
  208. Panel Advises Against Routine Treadmill Stress Tests 
  209. C.D.C. Reports Outbreak of Swine Flu
  210. Uwe E. Reinhardt: Would Americans Accept "Socialized Medicine"? Yes.
  211. More Smokers Switch to Less-Taxed Loose Tobacco or Cigars, U.S. Says 
  212. Babesiosis May One Day Rival Lyme Disease 
  213. Really? The Claim: Milk Thistle Combats Liver Disease 
  214. 'Spray-on skin' helps heal leg ulcers
  215. Fruit flies offer DNA clue to why women live longer
  216. Chronic fatigue syndrome: Brain training is most cost-effective treatment
  217. Mild mental illness 'raises risk of premature death'
  218. Cancer May Result From Wrong Number of Genes
  219. Some Rabies Patients Live to Tell the Tale
  220. Pregnancy alters resident gut microbes
  221. Severe West Nile Cases Rise 
  222. What Makes Bat Viruses So Deadly? 
  223. Substance implicated in Alzheimer's might help combat multiple sclerosis
  224. Spanish Scientist Puts Genetics to Work to Find Missing Children
  225. Chemo 'undermines itself' through rogue response
  226. Guinea pig hearts beat with human cells
  227. Paid Sick Leave May Reduce Work Injuries
  228. For the Very Old, a Surprise in Blood Pressure Readings
  229. Diabetes and the Obesity Paradox
  230. Grapefruit Juice Improves Cancer Medication
  231. Child Car Seat Rules Mostly Ignored
  232. Website warned over MMR claims
  233. 3D-Printed "Magic Arms"
  234. Beetroot Juice and Tart Cherry Juice for a Fitness Boost
  235. U.S. Cheese Industry Works to Reduce Sodium and Fat
  236. Weight training 'reduces diabetes risk'

  1. Technology   
  1. In Pursuit of Riches, and Travelers’ Supplies, in the Asteroid Belt
  2. Cheap Fracked Gas Could Help Americans Keep on Truckin'
  3. Barnes & Noble’s E-Book Reader Glows in the Dark
  4. Google Drive: Why you’re a sucker if you pay for online file storage
  5. A Review of Living Language and Rocket Languages
  6. Dow Corn, Resistant to a Weed Killer, Runs Into Opposition
  7. Should Your Dog Be Watching TV?
  8. Google Now Translates as Much Text in a Day as Human Pros Can in a Year
  9. Wind farms affect local weather
  10. Fish farming in a high-rise world
  11. It's 'Shields Up' for Stain-Fighting Clothing
  12. Mobile Apps Offer 3-D Printing Via the Cloud
  13. Facebook Urges Members to Add Organ Donor Status
  14. SpaceX launch of Dragon capsule to space station to put NASA strategy on display
  15. The Joy of Drawing on Glass
  16. How to Muddy Your Tracks on the Internet
  17. The Prius V and Its Entune System
  18. Amtrak to Use iPhones to Streamline Service
  19. Could These Start-Ups Become the Next Big Thing?
  20. Magnetic bacteria may be building future bio-computers
  21. Color's Next Act: Teaming Up With Verizon
  22. Google Tries Again with Google TV
  23. Hangouts On Air: The Google+ Version of Public-Access TV
  24. Facebook Social Readers Are All Collapsing
  25.  Introducing the Android for grid batteries: GELI
  26. Disruptions: Indiscreet Photos, Glimpsed Then Gone
  27. Google gets Nevada driving licence for self-drive car
  28. Tony Sale: Computer restoration memorial prize launched
  29. How LEDs Got Their Shine Back
  30. VoiceLive Processor Listens, Then Harmonizes
  31. App Tutorials in Bar and Magic Tricks
  32. MirageTable: Microsoft presents augmented reality device
  33. Bing Search Engine Revamped as War Against Google Intensifies
  34. The Floppy Disk means Save, and 14 other old people Icons that don't make sense anymore
  35. Training wheels don’t work: Balance bikes teach children how to ride
  36. In ‘iDisorder,’ a Look at Mobile-Device Addiction
  37. On, Social Networks for Neighbors
  38. Taxi Rides Are Getting Smarter by the App
  39. Student Loans Weighing Down a Generation With Heavy Debt
  40. For Oil Workers, Deadliest Danger Is Driving
  41. AMD unveils Trinity chipsets to challenge Ivy Bridge
  42. SoundLink and Big Jambox Speakers Go Wherever You Go
  43. Low Natural Gas Prices Threaten Carbon Capture Projects
  44. BuddyTV, Peel and TV Guide Apps Find Shows Worth Watching
  45. New desalination technique yields more drinkable water
  46. Dispute Over Labeling of Genetically Modified Food
  47. Building With Engineered Timber - Graphic
  48. Lofty Ambitions for Cross-Laminated Timber Panels
  49.  Xbox SmartGlass links Microsoft's console to tablets
  50. Airtime Introduces Video Chat Service
  51. Samsung Backs Open Source, Joining Linux Foundation
  52. Merging Cellphones and Dashboards
  53. Seeking Academic Edge, Teenagers Abuse Stimulants
  54. Experimental Campaigns Pay Drivers to Avoid Rush-Hour Traffic
  55. Apple’s MacBook Pro Is Just One Point Short of Perfection
  56. A Fight to Convert High Island, a Platform, Into a Reef
  57. A Start-Up Bets on Human Translators Over Machines
  58. Gigapixel camera catches the smallest details
  59. Computer virus hits office printers
  60. ‘Active’ Video Games Don’t Make Youths More Active
  61. The TSA's Dumb Air-Security Rules Are Not Based on Science
  62. App offers safety in a riot
  63. Old Battery Gets A High-tech Makeover
  64. Sony RX100 Is a Pocket Camera a Pro Can Love
  65. Apps for the Well-Groomed Man
  66. An App That Encrypts, Shreds, Hashes and Salts
  67. Gilt Taste - An iPad App for Cooks
  68. Google Tries Something Retro
  69.  A Recycling Ideal So Close, Cities Can Smell It
  70. On YouTube, Amateur Is the New Pro
  71. Will Google's Personal Assistant Be Creepy or Cool?
  72. Less May Be More for 3-D TV
  73. Cover Charge: New Spray-On Battery Could Convert Any Object into an Electricity Storage Device
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