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Articles from Science World (November 12, 2007)

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A voice for autism: Taylor Cross has autism. Doctors once said he might never walk or talk. Now he's a teenage filmmaker, proving them all wrong. Here, Taylor shares his story. Cross, Taylor 1105
Acne fact or fiction: face it: Blemishes can be a real pain. But so can the mounds of advice for acne remedies. Take this quiz to find out how much you know about your skin. Then, get the true scoop on acne. Bryner, Jeanna 975
Animated effort. Moser, Jennifer 97
Dance, dance, revolution: tired of tripping on two left feet? Physics can help you master the dance floor. Chiang, Mona 1452
Dangerous obsession: for people with eating disorders, a focus on food can be a recipe for disaster. Adams, Jacqueline 1663
Explain this! 88
I want that job: want to help save lives? Consider a career at a blood bank. 320
Lesson plan & reproducible. 501
No slowpoke. Gaidos, Susan 165
Numbers in the news. 196
Sandblasted. Gaidos, Susan 135
Science news. 427
Scuba spider. Moser, Jennifer 133
Smell this. Bruno, Tara 182
Smooth move. Bryner, Jeanna 203
Talk it up. 405
The incredible bulk. Morrill, Anne 290
The lowdown on hydrocodone: the active ingredient in many prescription pain relievers such as Vicodin[R] is a powerful drug--and dangerous when not used as prescribed. 1212
The truth about hydrocodone. Volkow, Nora D. 138
Tips for using Science World in the classroom. Chan, Priscilla 124
What do flamingos eat? L., Shavonna 119
What's your type? To find out how your personality affects your future, forget horoscopes. The answer could be in your blood type. Crane, Cody 1339
Wired nation: many teens are guzzling canned caffeine. What effect does this hyped-up habit have on the body? Barrow, Karen 875
Wireless waste: most Americans keep their cell phones for only 18 months. Find out what that means for the environment. Janes, Patricia 804

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