A new year has arrived, and with it, a new list of resolutions. If "eating better" is on your list, experts say, there are a few items you can slip into to your diet that can improve your health and help you ward off certain diseases in 2010. Katherine Tallmadge, national spokeswoman for the American Dietetic Association and a registered dietitian in Washington, D.C., says you can find these foods in most stores. Best of all, they're high in benefits but low in calories.
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Most social networks (SNs) will offer to trawl your Web-based email address books and connect you with friends. Don't let them. Not until you've found out how your information is treated. And whether the network will go ahead and send invitations to all the non-members in your address book. It's far better to fumble around and slowly find people you know, or want to, than to piss off several hundred people at one go.
Fast food restaurant leads the way.