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In this issue:  Food allergies, new tax provisions, and not
getting drunk.

PC Magazine says you should recycle your computers and
electronics to cut down on toxins.

American Family Physician explores some myths and facts
about food allergies.
Popular Mechanics says the public health scare caused by the
radiation poisoning of an ex-Russian spy in London has
exploded into a mini-hysteria that experts say is largely

Start your holiday shopping:

Here are just a few of the many tax provisions recently
signed into law.  You still have time to take maximum
advantage of those provisions put in place for 2006, and
more than enough time to plan your taxes for 2007, according
to The Motley Fool.
It's you vs. your credit card with both of you playing to
win.  The Motley Fool provides some tips for coming out on

In the fight to find a cure for AIDS, Popular Mechanics says
researchers have invented a viral double agent on a mission
to seek out where HIV hides.
A team of NASA researchers recently reported finding organic
material in Tagish Lake meteorite fragments that pre-dates
the solar system, according to Geotimes.

Health provides tricks for drinking without getting blitzed.
Scientists have figured out the arrangement and functions of
nearly all the parts of a mysterious astronomical computer
that was recovered from a 2,000-year-old shipwreck,
according to Science News.