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Articles from Science World (March 28, 2003)

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Columbia: 16 minutes from home. (Space/Atmosphere). Chiang, Mona 980
Gross ER. (Reading Comprehension/Language Arts). 278
Gross medicine: hundreds of years ago, maggots and leeches were "medicine cabinet" staples. Now, old is new again: ready to try them? (Life science: circulatory system). 1909
Gross out? (Activities & Oddities). 252
Killer asteroids. (Earth/space science: asteroids). O'Hanlon, Larry 2724
Make a crater. (Hands-on Activity). 416
Name that element! It powers rockets to the moon, can bleach your hair, and decimates zits. It's Earth's most abundant element and interacts with a staggering number of chemicals. Can you name it? Grab a periodic table and follow these eight clues. Then turn the page to test your "element IQ." (Physical science: chemistry). Tucker, Libby 1396
Teens name must-have inventions. 154
The city of New York. Woods, Thomas Letter to the Editor 496
Whirlpool! (Life/Animal Behavior). Masibay, Kim Y. Brief Article 321

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