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In this issue:  Eating out, fixing your IRA, and getting

American Family Physician says that people interested in
weight loss can choose a low-fat, reduced-calorie diet, or a
low-carbohydrate diet without calorie restrictions to lose a
small but sustained amount of weight.

---Dining Out---
AskMen explains how to look like a connoisseur when ordering
food and wine in a fine restaurant.

The Motley Fool provides five ways to idiot-proof your IRA.

An Inconvenient Truth, Al Gore's documentary film about
global warming, is a rock concert-like, multimedia
presentation that draws the audience into a mountain of
scientific data with anecdotes to make the larger picture
clear, according to Culture Vulture.
In The Break-up, Vince Vaughn and Jennifer Aniston engage
mostly in just sitcom-level gags about the uneasy
partitioning of their condo, according to Eye.
Newcomers to The Omen may find the remake effective, but
Culture Vulture warns that those who remember the perfectly
paced and edited film from thirty years ago will feel let

---Poison Ivy---
Rising carbon dioxide in the atmosphere could make poison
ivy grow much faster and become more toxic, according to
Science News.

InternetNews reports that has begun sending out
letters to some 243,000 customers whose names and credit
card numbers were on a laptop stolen from an employee of
Ernst & Young, the accounting firm.

Researchers working in Ethiopia recently uncovered bones and
teeth from one of many previously missing links in the
hominid family tree.  The newly found remains, Geotimes
reports, connect two well-known hominid species that are
separated by 1 million years.