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Sunscreen Makers Lie, Suits Charge

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Study: Young Women Don't Get Enough Calcium

Teenage girls and young women, especially African Americans, are not getting enough calcium at the time in their lives when calcium is most critical to bui...

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GlaxoSmithKline Settles Paxil Lawsuit

Suit claims it wrongfully delayed generic competition for Paxil

GlaxoSmithKline Settles Paxil Lawsuit...

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Net Neutrality Gets Short Shrift in Congress

A final draft of Congressional legislation designed to update the nation's telecommunication laws is being called a "mixed bag"

Net Neutrality Gets Short Shrift in Congress...

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Whirlpool-Maytag Merger Gets Final OK

Whirlpool-Maytag Merger Gets Final OK...

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Sony Playstation Battery Charger

Sony Playstation Battery Charger...

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Class Actions Target Blue Hippo

Class Actions Target Blue Hippo...

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Survey: Teens Not Getting Enough Sleep

Many of the nation's adolescents are falling asleep in class, arriving late to school, feeling down and driving drowsy because of a lack of sleep that gets...

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Researchers Clone Omega-3 Producing Pig

Currently, the only way for humans to realize the benefits of omega-3 fatty acids is by taking dietary supplements or by eating certain types of fish....

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Pyrex Panic: Shrapnel in the Kitchen

Flying crockery upsets dinner plans

Nothing's worse than being betrayed by an old friend. So Molly of Wilkes-Barre, Pa., was shattered when her trusted Pyrex baking dish blew and ruined dinne...

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Hughes Plans Rural Internet Satellite Service

Hughes will launch a campaign to sell satellite Internet access to small businesses and consumers in rural areas

Hughes Plans Rural Internet Satellite Service...

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Dollar Tree Jewelry Recalled for Lead Poisoning Hazard

Dollar Tree Jewelry Recalled for Lead Poisoning Hazard...

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Lead Poisoning Hazard Prompts Recall of Metal Charm Bracelets

Lead Poisoning Hazard Prompts Recall of Metal Charm Bracelets...

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New Government Rules May Fuel Gas Prices

Gas Now Above $2.50 a Gallon

New Government Rules May Fuel Gas Prices...

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"Net Neutrality" Battle Heats Up

Giant Telecoms Use Shock and Awe to Confound and Confuse

Net Neutrality Battle Heats Up...

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Connecticut Asks MySpace to Provide Blocking Software

Site Needs to be Safer for Kids, State Argues

Connecticut Asks MySpace to Provide Blocking Software...

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Vonage 911 Caller Put On Hold While House Burns Down

By the time fire crews arrived on the scene, the fire had become a five-alarm blaze

Vonage 911 Caller Put On Hold While House Burns Down...

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FDA Prohibits Use Of Antiviral Drugs In Poultry

Wants to help preserve the effectiveness of these drugs for treating or preventing influenza infections in humans

FDA Prohibits Use Of Antiviral Drugs In Poultry...

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Congress Turning Against Seniors?

Congress Turning Against Seniors?...

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FTC Sues "Debt Elimination" Programs

Its Telemarketers Violate Do Not Call Rule

FTC Sues "Debt Elimination" Programs: The agencies jointly filed the action in U. S. District Court in Seattle, seeking an injunction against them and refu...

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TrustedID: New Data Protection Or Just More of the Same?

TrustedID: New Data Protection Or Just More of the Same?...

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High-Fat Foods Making "No Trans Fat" Claims

High-Fat Foods Making 'No Trans Fat' Claims...

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Florida Investigates Fake Caller IDs

Florida Investigates Fake Caller IDs...

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Minor Mutations Found in Bird Flu Virus

Changes Increase Chances of Human Infection

Minor Mutations Found in Bird Flu Virus...

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Wal-Mart to Begin Dispensing "Morning After" Pill This Week

Wal-Mart will begin stocking the prescription drug in its pharmacies across the country

Wal-Mart to Begin Dispensing Morning After Pill This Week...

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Feds Propose Tougher Controls On Work At Home Schemes

The new rule changes are proposed to go into effect later this year

Feds Propose Tougher Controls On Work At Home Schemes...

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Cunard Adds a Queen to its Fleet

The Queen Victoria has already been projected as the most luxurious of its type

Cunard Adds a Queen to its Fleet...

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NY Accuses H&R Block of IRA Marketing Fraud

The suit alleges that the H&R Block Company steered hundreds of thousands of its clients into IRAs that were virtually guaranteed to lose money

NY Accuses H&R Block of IRA Marketing Fraud...

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Consumers Protest Replacement Car Key Prices

It shouldn't cost hundreds of dollars to get a key replaced

Center for Auto Safety asked the federal government to stop automakers and their dealers from charging consumers hundreds of dollars to replace keys with e...

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Identity Theft Victims Getting Younger

Identity Theft Victims Getting Younger...

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Credit Bureaus Introduce New Scoring System

Credit Bureaus Introduce New Scoring System...

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Capital One Buys North Fork Bank

The combined company will be one of the 10 largest banks in the United States

Capital One Financial Corporation is already a major credit card company. Now it wants to be a major retail bank as well, announcing it acquired NY's North...

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Study: Asthma Patients Think It's Temporary

Think your asthma is temporary? It's not

Study: Asthma Patients Think It's Temporary...

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IRS May Let Tax Preparers Sell Customers' Information

Proposal is a License to Plunder, Consumer Groups Argue

IRS May Let Tax Preparers Sell Customers' Information...

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Suzuki Recalls Eiger ATV for Fire Hazard

Suzuki Recalls Eiger ATV for Fire Hazard...

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GM Recalls Chevrolet Silverado, GMC Sierra Pickups to Fix Tailgate

GM Recalls Chevrolet Silverado, GMC Sierra Pickups to Fix Tailgate...

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North Carolina Declares Victory In War On Payday Lending

North Carolina has extracted agreements from three additional lenders to stop making payday loans

North Carolina Declares Victory In War On Payday Lending...

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California Fines Nursing Home Chain $1 Million

Pleasant Care Hit with More than 160 Citations

California Fines Nursing Home Chain $1 Million...

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Ohio Sues Primax Windows for Consumer Violations

The state of Ohio is suing a window replacement company and its owner for shoddy work

The state of Ohio is suing a window replacement company and its owner for shoddy work, failure to deliver goods and services and high-pressure sales tactic...

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IRS Warns of Tax Scams

Don't be fooled by the growing number of scams that use the IRS name and logo

IRS Warns of Tax Scams...

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ACORN Names Money Mart "Loan Shark of the Year"

It's the second year that ACORN has given its loan shark award to Money Mart

"This company's entire business is based on preying on people in need," said California ACORN member Paulette Chappill-Otten. "And we aren't going to take ...

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Study Suggests Antidepressant-Suicide Link

Study Suggests Antidepressant-Suicide Link...

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Consumer Reports Sizes Up Hybrid Costs

Savings at Pump Don't Offset Higher Purchase Price

Consumer Reports Sizes Up Hybrid Costs...

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"Smiling Bob" Not Smiling Anymore

Erectile Dysfunction "Cure" Must Pay $2.5 Million

Makers of the erectile dysfunction product popularized by the "Smiling Bob" ads will pay $2.5 million and provide consumers restitution to settle a multi-s...

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Study Warns Cell Phones Could Cause Airliner Crash

Carnegie Mellon study confirms risk

Study Warns Cell Phones Could Cause Airliner Crash...

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