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Articles from Science World (April 26, 2004)

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Title Author Type Words
Brain change: two very different ways. D'Angelo, Laura 288
Bug off! First, it sickened birds. Then, it struck humans: The mysterious spread of the West Nile virus. Gordon, David George 1432
Eureka! Norlander, Britt 252
Explain this! 119
Fewer teens use drugs. 377
Good vibrations: whether it's a croaking frog or a foot-stomping elephant, many animals use sound waves to keep in touch. Norlander, Britt 1721
Gross out? Bryner, Jeanna 287
Hands-on science (no lab required). 637
Help when you need it. 168
Paradise lost: can Earth's oldest rain forest be spared from total destruction? Chiang, Mona 1823
Rain-forest explorer. 550
Say ouch! Tucker, Libby 163
Science in the news. 441
Scummy hideout. Bryner, Jeanna 198
Table for two. Price, Sean 229
The thrills of a lifetime: the teen brain is wired for thrills, chills, and adventure. Here's how to make the most of it. D'Angelo, Laura 572
Tricky sticks. Tucker, Libby 458

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