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#766 December 31, 2002
A. Good News for Chocolate Lovers
B. Like Owner, Like Horse? Maybe . . .
C. Surgical Training Using Virtual Simulations
D. A New Approach for Designing Marine Reserves
E. Merging Eastern and Western Medical Treatment
#765 December 24, 2002
A. Experts Warn Against Cheap Medical Fixes
B. Adaptive Optics on the Keck II Telescope
C. The Tremendous Impact of Genetic Sequencing
D. A Promising Future for Chinese Medicine and Conventional Therapy
E. African Americans at Higher Risk of Diabetes
#764 December 17, 2002
A. Exceptional Eruption on Jupiter's Moon, Io
B. Scientists Identify A 'Master' Molecule in the Cell Nucleus
C. Holiday Tips for Stressed-out Parents
D. Brain Perception and the Weighted Average
E. Botox: A Little Goes a Long Way
#763 December 10, 2002
A. Decoding the Language of Proteins
B. One Reason Why Botox is So Popular . . .
C. Refining Third World Indoor Cooking Stoves
D. Seeking Clues to the Cause of the Most Powerful Earthquakes
E. The Evolutionary Advantages of Sexual Reproduction
#762 December 3, 2002
A. One Step Beyond 'Smart Bomb Therapy'
B. Measuring Social Status and Disease
C. How Good is Your Sense of Smell?
D. The Risks Involved with Smallpox Vaccination
E. Timing is Everything When a Heart Attack Strikes
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