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In this issue:  Consistency in baseball, Poland still
getting over communism, and hope from alligators.

The FTC is getting an earful in response to its proposal for
self-regulatory behavioral online ad targeting, according to

If a baseball player hits well early in the season, will he
do just as well later on?  Science News looks at the
predictability of players' hitting.

AskMen investigates -- and debunks -- some of the most
popular diet myths, and the results may surprise you.

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Nineteen years after breaking free from the Soviet bloc,
Time Europe says Poland is still ridding itself of the
effects of communist rule.

It may seem like some of these financial ventures are much
too far in the future to worry about right now, but if you
want to reach your financial goals, AskMen says these
must-have long-term savings are the only way to get there.

Scientists are zeroing in on alligator blood proteins that
show promise for fighting disease-causing microbes,
according to Science News.