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In this issue:  Flaming laptops, discounts, and liquid

InternetNews reports that Dell is recalling 4.1 million
notebook batteries manufactured between 2004 and 2006.  The
batteries pose a risk of fire.
Boot Camp and Parallels have turned the Intel-based
Macintosh into the only computer that can run nearly every
popular software program, whether it was written for Windows
or the Mac, according to Smart Money.

Science News reports that compounds in pomegranate juice
show promise in curbing the growth of prostate cancer.
AskMen describes the most important medical exams men should
be undergoing on a regular basis.

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Smart Money gives tips on obtaining significant discounts on
cars, tickets, clothes, health care, etc.

AskMen looks at the 10 most intimidating sports teams.

Widespread speculation on the chemistry of liquid
explosives, following news of a terrorist plot to blow up
transatlantic flights from the UK, must be treated with
caution, warn leading chemists in Chemistry World.