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Super Bowl XLIII to XS: Game Day Strategies for Healthy Snacks

Super Bowl XLIII to XS: Game Day Strategies for Healthy Snacks

Health
 Julie Upton, RD, is ready for a healthy Super Bowl.  By Julie Upton, RD Over 100 million Americans will watch Super Bowl 44 on Sunday, February 7, 2010.  As the New Orleans Saints take on the heavily favored Indianapolis Colts, many fans will mindless much through hours and hours of football coverage.  As the number one snack food occasion of any day of the year, the four food groups of the NFL are: 1) chips and dips; 2) wings and blue cheese dressing; 3) pizza; and 4) beer.Super Bowl parties begin with the pregame and continue to the postgame reports, which can last six or more hours. Some of the game-day foods' stats are as impressive as the stats of the t...
England 3-0 USA: Gareth Southgate’s vibrant young side excel in Wayne Rooney’s final Three Lions game at Wembley

England 3-0 USA: Gareth Southgate’s vibrant young side excel in Wayne Rooney’s final Three Lions game at Wembley

Sports
THANK ROO AND GOODNIGHT While much of the attention was on the former Manchester United forward, the future looks bright for England Wayne Rooney may well have missed out on a final goal for England, but Gareth Southgate will be delighted after watching the Three Lions beat the USA 3-0 at Wembley. Goals in the first half from Jesse Lingard and Trent Alexander-Arnold effectively killed off the game as a contest as the visitors head’s dropped. Alexander-Arnold celebrates his first goal for England Callum Wilson finally got his debut goal before being withdrawn after several missed opportunities in the game. The latter wrapped up victory on a night that also saw Lewis Dunk and Alex McCarthy make their international bows, with 18-year-old J...
England fans blast decision to make Fabian Delph captain: ‘Is this game just for banter?’

England fans blast decision to make Fabian Delph captain: ‘Is this game just for banter?’

Sports
'lost for words' Three Lions boss Gareth Southgate confirmed the Manchester City man will wear the armband and supporters on Twitter were not impressed Fabian Delph’s first experience as England captain will undoubtedly be a strange one. First of all, there is the small matter of record-goalscorer Wayne Rooney coming on to take the armband from him at some point. Fabian Delph will lead England out at Wembley Secondly, it’s questionable whether Delph would even start the game unless it were an inconsequential friendly against the USA. The Manchester City man has made just three Premier League appearances for his club this season, but nevertheless he will captain his country on Thursday night. Gareth Southgate said: &...
HBO warn Trump over Game Of Thrones image use

HBO warn Trump over Game Of Thrones image use

Entertainment
The makers of Game Of Thrones have warned Donald Trump over his use of imagery from the show to announce sanctions being imposed on Iran. The US president shared an image of himself looking off-camera while striding forward on top of a moody grey background, with the words "Sanctions are coming. November 5" across his chest.The font is the same as that used in hit TV show and the wording is a riff on one of the famous lines from the series, "Winter is coming".The post alludes to Mr Trump reinstating sanctions against Iran that had been removed under the 2015 nuclear deal. Game Of Thrones makers HBO said in a public statement: "We were not aware of this messaging and would prefer our trademark not be misappropriated for political purposes."The company's Twitter account p...
NLCS: Brewers hold off Dodgers, force Game 7

NLCS: Brewers hold off Dodgers, force Game 7

Sports
Oct. 20 (UPI) -- The Milwaukee Brewers didn't allow any champagne showers to occur on Friday night in the visiting locker room of Miller Park, defeating the Los Angeles Dodgers 7-2 to force a deciding Game 7. The Brewers' bullpen once again flashed its dominance in preserving an early 5-1 lead after two innings. Milwaukee starting pitcher Wade Miley threw 4 1/3 innings and allowed two earned runs on five hits with four strikeouts and two walks before being pulled. Corey Knebel, Jeremy Jeffress and Corbin Burnes, with the latter closing out the game in the ninth, combined for five strikeouts and didn't allow a single hit in relief of Miley. Dodgers first baseman David Freese led off the game with a solo home run in the first inning to give Los Angeles its only lead of the night. Milwaukee...