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Blocking the Bug
A bad reception for HIV.
Attacking the Oddsmakers
Understanding risk begins with clear language about numbers.
Tiny Chips Make for Big Bangs
We help America's first family of high-tech fireworks prepare for July 4th.
Dr. Beach’s Business Is Eroding
Where you see sun, sand, and surf, Stephen Leatherman sees a dying patient.
There’s Gold in Those Veins
The curious history of mankind's most vital resource. No, not oil.
Does ‘Natural Viagra’ Really Work?
'Natural Viagra': Our man tests it against the real thing.
The UV-Free Tanning Booth
A tan that works, and won't kill you slowly.
Athlete’s Sole Mate
Footbeds that use high-tech materials to provide relief from foot fatigue, pronation, and heat.
Mosquito Inspires Painless Prick
Could a pest teach micro-engineers how to build a painless needle?
Dimples with a Goal: Longer Kicks
Sports: a soccer ball with improved aerodynamics