Diets high in fat meat linked to increased…

Diets high in fat, meat linked to increased non-Hodgkin’s lymphoma.

Consuming foods high in animal protein, saturated fat, eggs and dairy leads to an increased risk of developing non-Hodgkin’s lymphoma (NHL), a cancer that attacks the lymphatic system, part of the body’s immune system, Yale researchers have found. The study also showed that diets high in dietary fiber — tomatoes, broccoli, mixed lettuce salad with vegetables, cauliflower, etc.– were associated with a reduced risk of NHL.

NewsForge Microsoft SCO have a lot more explaining…

NewsForge: Microsoft, SCO have a lot more explaining to do.

Whether or not Microsoft is secretly bankrolling the SCO Group for more than $100 million to attack Linux and the general open source community through questionable intellectual property lawsuits, NewsForge has learned that U.S. federal regulators may have begun investigating the relationship between the two companies — and may also be looking closely at a number of other people and companies connected to them through stock or other business transactions.

Bruce Schneier Every day some 82,000 foreign visitors…

Bruce Schneier:

Every day, some 82,000 foreign visitors set foot in the US with a visa, and since early this year, most of them have been fingerprinted and photographed in the name of security. But despite the money spent, the inconveniences suffered, and the international ill will caused, these new measures, like most instituted in the wake of September 11, are mostly ineffectual.