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Fruit Juice May Reduce Alzheimer's Risk

Three or more servings per week netted a 76 percent reduction in risk

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MySpace Glitch Gives Hackers Teen Data

MySpace Glitch Gives Hackers Teen Data...

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Ethanol Cleaner But Not Cheaper

These credits have increased annual U.S. gasoline consumption by about 1 percent, or 1.2 billion gallons, according to a 2005 study by the Union for Concer...

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Public Citizen Warns of Cipro Dangers

Asks FDA To Require "Black Box" Warning

Public Citizen Warns of Cipro Dangers...

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Police Fund-Raisers Accused of Fraud

The Police Protective Fund denies the allegation

"Just as with every other area of charitable giving, the scam artists have found a way to muddy the waters and divert money away from legitimate law enforc...

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Mental Health Clinic Loses Laptop Bearing Patient Data

Mental Health Clinic Loses Laptop Bearing Patient Data...

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AT&T; Web Site Hacked; Customer Data Exposed

AT&T Web Site Hacked; Customer Data Exposed...

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GM Owners Still Steaming Over Dex-Cool

Corrosion, Engine Damage Blamed on Coolant

"I just recently saw about the Dex-Cool problems and that is what I have been using in my vehicle since that is the kind that is required from the automake...

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Gamers Say Microsoft Understates Xbox Problems

Even Microsoft Spokesmen Ask for Anonymity

Gamers Say Microsoft Understates Xbox Problems...

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To Miss New Orleans

The Beat Goes On, The Beaten Just Go

One Tuesday in August, from a bench in Jackson Square, we watched a group of restoration experts hovering over a big black parlor grand piano....

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FCC Nudges BellSouth Into Giving Up New DSL Fees

Verizon Insists It Has "Added Costs" It Needs to Recover

FCC Nudges BellSouth Into Giving Up New Fees...

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2006 Jeep Commander Named Worst "Blind Zone" Offender

Children Most Frequent Victims of "Backover" Accidents

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Fake Check Scammers Move Onto craigslist

E85, which is 85 percent ethanol, emits less smog-producing pollutants than gasoline, but provides fewer miles per gallon, costs more, and is hard to find ...

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U.S. Military To Be Tagged With Spychips?

Ex-HHS Chief Thompson Now Peddling Spychips

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Counterfeit Travelers Checks Look Like Real Thing

The elaborate fakes even have a hologram

The fake travelers checks were so well designed that they even had a silver seal and hologram. Additionally, they contained water marks and micro printing....

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Hopkins Researchers Find Better Blood Test for Prostate Cancer

New studies may change the way men are screened

Hopkins Researchers Find Better Blood Test for Prostate Cancer...

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Dell Laptop Blamed for House Fire

Florida man believes his Dell laptop is the cause of his house burning down.

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Verizon Tacks On New DSL Fees

Verizon Tacks On New DSL Fees...

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Study Warns of Homeowner "Rate Shock"

Subprime loans are becoming harder to repay

Study Warns of Homeowner 'Rate Shock'...

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Dell Battery Recall May Not Be the Answer

Engineers Say Computer Architecture Shares the Blame

Dell Battery Recall May Not Be the Answer...

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Mazda Plans Recall of Troubled RX-8

Any engine that does not pass a specific vacuum test will be replaced according to Mazda.

Mazda plans a voluntary recall of all 2004 and 2005 RX-8 sports cars along with some 2006s because of damage to the catalyst resulting from oil leaks in th...

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Back-to-School Spending Strains Family Budgets

More Schools Requiring Uniforms, Spending on Electronics Soars

To most kids, summer is just getting started but, sadly, the days are dwindling down to a precious few and parents are already on the back-to-school trajec...

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Stolen Chevron Laptop Contains Data On Thousands Of Workers

Stolen Chevron Laptop Contains Data On Thousands Of Workers...

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DIRECTV Telemarketers To Pay $75,000 Penalty

Companies allegedly broke the Do Not Call rule

DIRECTV Telemarketers To Pay $75,000 Penalty...

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Satellite TV Gains on Cable

Bundled Digital Cable Services Increasingly Popular

An additional 1 percent of households subscribe to both cable and satellite services, with a total of 88 percent of households with either or both....

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Government Scrambles To Secure Data After Breaches

Government Scrambles To Secure Data After Breaches...

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Sleepy Truck Drivers a Significant Safety Risk

Highways crowded with large trucks are much less safe if the drivers haven't had a good night's sleep

Sleepy Truck Drivers a Significant Safety Risk...

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Insider: Dell Knew of Battery Problem for Years

A former Dell technician says Dell has known about the problem for more than two years

Insider: Dell Knew of Battery Problem for Years...

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Dell Notebook Computer Batteries

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Obesity Expert Calls Processed Food "Toxic"

Consumers Can't Be Blamed for Making Bad Choices When Nearly All Choices Are Bad

Today's processed food is loaded with sugars that alter the body's hormonal balance, creating a "toxic environment" and an "addiction" to food....

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Laptop Fires Worry Airline Safety Regulators

Laptops may be banned entirely on airplanes

Laptop Fires Worry Airline Safety Regulators...

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Dell Plans Huge Recall of Troubled Batteries

Company Bows to Safety Concerns in Wake of Fires

Dell Plans Huge Recall of Troubled Batteries...

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Special Agent's Laptop Stolen, Data on Pilots Missing

Special Agent's Laptop Stolen, Data on Pilots Missing...

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AOL Now Free ... Sort Of

AOL Now Free ... Sort Of...

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Study Links Soft Drinks With Obesity

A new study amplifies those claims, finding that the increased consumption of sugary beverages corresponds with Americans' expanding waistline....

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Identity Thieves Stay One Step Ahead

Scammers keep up with the latest technology

Identity Thieves Stay One Step Ahead...

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Consumers Lose $8 Billion to Online Fraud

The Internet remains a dangerous place to do business

Consumers Lose $8 Billion to Online Fraud...

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Email Scam Has JFK Conspiracy Twist

Email Scam Has JFK Conspiracy Twist...

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AOL Takes More Hits In Press, On Internet

AOL Takes More Hits In Press, On Internet...

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Latex In Food Packaging Poses Risk

Study finds one third of food packaging tested was contaminated with latex

Consumer groups are calling for warning labels on food packaging containing latex, saying the substance poses a potential threat to people with allergic se...

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Pediatricians Want Shopping Cart Restrictions for Children

Pediatricians Want Shopping Cart Restrictions for Children...

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VA Contractor Loses Computer Containing Personal Data

VA Contractor Loses Computer Containing Personal Data...

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Texas Insurance Firm Defrauded 57,000 Military Personnel

Company deceptive sales program, SEC charges

Texas Insurance Firm Defrauded 57,000 Military Personnel...

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Atlantic Lottery Warns Consumers Of Scam

Atlantic Lottery Warns Consumers Of Scam...

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New IRS Online Payment System Raises Privacy Fears

New IRS Online Payment System Raises Privacy Fears...

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Net Neutrality May Derail Telecom Bill

Senators uneasy about voting on the bill prior to the election

Net Neutrality May Derail Telecom Bill...

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California Sues Payday Loan Business

Fast Cash "extorted outrageous amounts," state charges

The complaint states that Hoppe used "unfair, fraudulent, unconscionable and unlawful means to collect or attempt to collect consumer debts."...

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PayPal Offers Advice On Spotting A Spoof

"Spoof" emails are a growing menace

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U.S. Surgeon General Quits

Richard Carmona Highlighted Dangers of Obesity, Second-Hand Smoke

"The surgeon general job is one with enormous potential to improve the public health of the entire nation and several have done just that," said Dr. Sidney...

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