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Increase in Youth Tobacco Use Linked to Teens and E-Cigarettes

The Problem: E-Cigarettes and Teens According to a new study published by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, teens and E-cigarettes are directly responsible for a broader increase in youth tobacco use. As a result, teen E-cigarette use has reversed a decades long trend of diminished smoking among minors. New Cause for Alarm There Read More


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Measles Outbreak 2019 – What You Need To Know

Measles Outbreak 2019 As noted by the New York Times, it was almost 20 years ago that measles was taken off of the list of the biggest public health threats in the United States. But times have changed since that significant development in 2000, as demonstrated by the recent numbers that indicate the return of Read More




Apple Flaw FaceTime Bug Consider The Consumer

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The Apple Flaw: How It Happened and What Happens Next

FaceTime Bug Leads To Apple Flaw Earlier this week, after a FaceTime bug within the popular iOS App devastated users of Apple products, the company said it will compensate 14-year-old Grant Thompson, and his family, for flagging the Apple flaw and reaching out to alert them more than a week before it garnered national attention. The Read More




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Does CBD Help You Sleep? Research Says It’s Worth Trying!

Does CBD Help You Sleep? Dating back to 1200 A.D., there’s evidence of individuals turning to different parts of the cannabis plant for its possible health benefits. With the emergence of its legalization throughout many countries and a few American states, the industry is growing in exposure and popularity. Within this growing popularity, THC’s counterpart, Read More


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Class Actions

California Bail Bonds Lawsuit Filed; Enforcing Cartel Pricing

On Tuesday, January 28, 2018, bail bond customers filed an antitrust lawsuit against bail companies in California. Here’s what we know about the California Bail Bonds Lawsuit The lawsuit, which was filed in Alameda County, alleges that the bail companies present in the state have been conspiring together to keep their interest rates undesirably higher Read More


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New Report: Arsenic and Lead Found in Fruit Juice

Arsenic and Lead Found in Fruit Juice Arsenic and lead found in fruit juice is creating continued cause for concern, especially for parents of young children. According to a new study published by Consumer Reports, many popular fruit juice brands contain concerning levels of arsenic and lead, especially when those juices are consumed on a Read More


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Users Are Notified Of Houzz Data Breach; Have You Been Affected?

The popular Home Design Website, Houzz, has experienced a massive data breach last month and has now urged its users/customers to reset their passwords for safety purposes. Here’s what we know about the Houzz Data Breach: Houzz sent an email to its customers last Thursday, January 31, saying that an “unauthorized third party” gained full Read More


Apple Apologizes For FaceTime Defect; Group FaceTime Disabled Consider The Consumer

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Apple Apologizes For FaceTime Defect; Group FaceTime Disabled

Apple Apologizes For FaceTime Defect After numerous reports surfaced about the Apple FaceTime defect, and a lawsuit was filed, Apple finally disabled its Group FaceTime feature; putting an end to users being able to eavesdrop on other users without them answering these FaceTime calls. Once videos of this debacle appeared on Social Media, Apple came out Read More




Houston Attorney Sues Apple Over FaceTime Defect Consider The Consumer

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Houston Attorney Sues Apple Over FaceTime Defect

It’s been widely reported that an attorney based in Houston, Texas, has sued Apple for its recent FaceTime Defect, claiming that the glitch in the FaceTime app enabled somebody to record a deposition he was conducting with his client in private. The attorney claims that the FaceTime defect cost him his livelihood. The attorney, Larry D. Williams II, Read More