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#609 December 28, 1999
A. A New Study Links X-Rays To High Death Rates
B. Workers Need To Give Ergonomics A Chance
C. Does A Planet's Orbit Dictate Signs of Life?
D. Paving The Way For Cheaper & Faster Electronics
E. Different Ways Adults Can Play
#608 December 21, 1999
A. A Tiny Transistor Breaks New Ground. The story on Science Today.
B. Why Adults Need To Play. Coming up on Science Today.
C. Researchers Work To Prevent Childhood Leukemia. Next, on Science Today.
D. Swinging Over The Atmosphere. The story on Science Today.
E. Is Our Solar System A Cosmic Freak? Find out on Science Today.
#607 December 14, 1999
A. Childhood leukemia mutation may form in the womb
B. Direct evidence that extrasolar planets exist
C. The Human Genome Project is right on time
D. Understanding small particle pollution
E. Why couples with young children are so stressed out
#606 December 7, 1999
A. Are Today's Parents The New Pioneers?
B. Tracking The Global Trafficking Of Human Organs
C. The Problem With "Doing It For The Kids"
D. Can A Stress Hormone Trigger Depression?
E. Some Facts About Cerebral Aneurysms
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