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Are You Getting Too Much Caffeine?
Are You Getting Too Much Caffeine?
Caffeine has become synonymous with energy, and about 90 percent of adults around the globe consume it in one form or another on a daily basis. But the stimulant is showing up in some pretty unusual places, including energy bars, jelly beans, mints, and peanut butter. Read More
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How to Get More Leg Room on Your Next Flight for Free
How to Get More Leg Room on Your Next Flight for Free
Ask people what part of the flying experience in economy they hate most, and they’ll probably say the seats. In our latest airline survey "seat comfort"—or lack... Read More
5 Great Ways to Watch NFL Games Anywhere
5 Great Ways to Watch NFL Games Anywhere
There are more options than ever for watching National Football games, whether they're the traditional Sunday-afternoon matches on CBS and Fox; Sunday Night Football on NBC, Monday Night Football... Read More
EpiPen Costs Add to High-Deductible Insurance Woes
EpiPen Costs Add to High-Deductible Insurance Woes
When Isa Traverso, of Morrison, Col., went to fill her son's EpiPen prescription in early September 2016, the pharmacy said it would cost her $1,500 for a pair of the life-saving... Read More
Why Is Triclosan in Toothpaste?
Why Is Triclosan in Toothpaste?
The Food and Drug Administration recently announced that it is banning the sale of soaps and body washes that contain one or more of 19 antibacterial ingredients, including triclosan. However,... Read More
2017 Chevrolet Bolt EV Boasts 238-Mile Range
2017 Chevrolet Bolt EV Boasts 238-Mile Range
General Motors has announced the Environmental Protection Agency–estimated range for the 2017 Chevrolet Bolt at 238 miles, surpassing the automaker’s original estimates. This range is a... Read More
Some Infant Car Seats Provide Lower Margins of Safety Compared With Others
Some Infant Car Seats Provide Lower Margins of Safety Compared With Others
The latest car seat crash tests conducted by Consumer Reports found several infant seats provide merely Basic protection, while there are many others that offer a greater margin of safety. When we... Read More


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