Buyer Beware: High-Pressure Extended Auto Warranties Could Cost ThousandsCar owners beware. A phone call selling you an extended warranty for auto repairs may end up costing you thousands.
Buyer Beware: Think Twice Before Buying Products From Facebook AdsIf you’re on Facebook and see deals in your feed, you may want to think twice before clicking on them.
Nutritionist's Treatment Helping Patients Live Free Of Food AllergiesA nutritionist in Boston says she's figured out a way to help kids live food allergy-free, and she's hoping her treatment spreads nationwide.
Having Trouble Sleeping? New Therapy Suggests Less Is MoreFor those tortured by sleepless nights, there's a new therapy that uses the motto - if you want to sleep more, try sleeping less.
Experts: Paying For What You Use Can Save Big Money On Cell Phone BillCell phone bills used to be based on how many minutes you used per month. But with smartphones, bills have gotten a lot more complicated.
Amazon's Feedback Policy Questioned After Negative Review VanishedCan you trust Amazon feedback? That's what one woman is asking, after she says her negative review vanished from the website.
Could Listening To 'Pink Noise' During Sleep Improve Memory?Researchers are paying closer attention to the type of noise and how this affects sleep and memory.
Research Shows Importance Of Vitamin D, Especially In ChildrenRecent research on vitamin D shows it has even more health benefits than first thought.
Many Concerned After Incidents Of Samsung Microwaves Bursting Into FlamesHeating up a bowl of chili nearly turned into a disaster when flames started shooting from a family's brand new microwave.
How Much Is Too Much When It Comes To Kids & Screen Time?Many parents will tell you that sometimes, the best babysitter may be a smartphone or tablet. But, screen time adds up fast.
New Study Finds Evidence Of Link Between Reflux & Allergy SymptomsDoctors have long noted allergy symptoms even when allergy tests are negative, and sinus X-rays are normal.
Lab Tests Find Lead, Mercury, Arsenic, Cadmium In Popular Pet FoodsThere are plenty of regulations intended to keep food safe for people, but there are new concerns about pet foods.

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