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The Best Natural Bug Spray, According To Consumer Reports
The best DEET-free bug spray is under $6.
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STYLE & BEAUTY
The Best Sunscreens Of 2018, According To Consumer Reports
And, the Walmart brand that's as good as La Roche-Posay's $36 sunscreen.
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10 Times You Should Haggle For A Better Price -- And How To Do It
“You would be surprised what you can save."
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New Report Grades Chain Restaurants On Their Use Of Antibiotics In Meat
Julie R. Thomson
Chicken wings with a side of ... antibiotics.
How One Man's Quest To Save His Magnets Became A Massive Regulatory Battle
Shihan Qu says his powerful magnet balls inspire a sense of "childhood wonder" in adults. But the feds say they're too dangerous to be on the market.
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The Easiest Way To Avoid Buying Contaminated Ground Beef
You can get geekier by taking that steak home and grinding it yourself if you know how to work the grinder attachment on your stand mixer.
How Failure Can Make You A Better Customer
Author, How to Be the World's Smartest Traveler (and Save Time...
When people say you learn more from your failures than your successes, William Seavey is the first to agree. He bought a
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Yes, There Is Arsenic In Your Rice. Here's What You Need To Know
Julie R. Thomson
Yes, there is arsenic in your rice. Yes, arsenic is toxic. And it has been associated with lung, skin and bladder cancer
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Consumer Reports Reconsidering Low Rating For Latest MacBook Pro After Apple Issues Bug Fix
Apple said a "hidden Safari setting" caused Consumer Reports to produce inconsistent battery life test results.
These 15 Supplement Ingredients Carry Serious Health Risks, According to a New Report
And even if you avoid these 15 most alarming ingredients, there's no guarantee that any over-the-counter supplement is safe
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What If You Crossed a Sears Catalogue With Consumer Reports?
Robert Slavin is Director of the Center for Research and Refor...
A catalogue of dreams, tied to the practical information and resources to make dreams come true, is what we need in education
New Report Recommends Babies Switch To Convertible Car Seats By Age 1
After conducting a series of crash tests, Consumer Reports has issued a new car seat guideline.
Reduced Use of Antibiotics in Animal Agriculture
Elizabeth Ann Glass Geltman
Liz Geltman is a professor of environmental health policy at t...
Routine use of antibiotics in animal agriculture to increase growth and as a prophylactic measure to prevent disease in crowded conditions also contributes to antibiotic resistance. In fact, about 80 percent of antibiotics sold in the United States are used in meat and poultry farms.
The False Divide Between Digital vs. Traditional Media
Brand advocate, corporate leader, Chinese consumer expert
This post argues two basic points. First, and contrary to conventional "digital eco-system" thinking, both traditional and new media are useful at each stage. And, second, the decision making process -- and media needed to stimulate behavior change -- depends on category type.
Theranos, Tesla, and the Achilles Heel of Disruption
Author, Speaker, Entrepreneur
Today the average car is on the road for 11.6 years before it joins the junk heap or is sold to Asia or South America. Based
Tesla, The American Dream And The New American Reality
Startup Founder, Investor and part-time political hack
Tesla is only freely allowed to sell cars directly to consumers in six states, four more allow it with restrictions. In many states your government outright bans you from directly buying the best and safest car ever made.
How Much Bacteria Is in Your Burger?
Special Advisor on Food and Agriculture, GRACE Communications ...
Just in time to put a damper on your Labor Day barbecue, the latest edition of
Consumer Reports Magazine
hit newsstands yesterday with the cover story, "How Safe is Your Ground Beef?" Our two-word summary: Not very.
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Tesla's Model S Is So Great It Broke Consumer Reports' Scoring System
Alexander C. Kaufman
The car scored 103 out of 100.
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