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Hidden Hazards Causing Holiday Related Injuries

As consumers prepare to celebrate the holidays, they may face a number of hidden hazards leading to those Holiday Related Injuries that always seem to occur. A recent analysis of data from the National Electronic Injury Surveillance System (NEISS) regarding holiday related injury ER visits showed injuries tend to skyrocket in the weeks surrounding Christmas. Many seemingly harmless holiday Read More


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Winter Energy Saving Tips For Your Home

A recent study by University of Pennsylvania and Massachusetts Institute of Technology researchers found that one of the best ways a consumer can lower their greenhouse gas emissions is through their home. If every homeowner in the U.S. adopted energy-conservation initiatives, researchers say we could see an average drop in housing-sector emissions of 31 percent. But cutting Read More



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Last Minute Savings and Holiday Travel Tips

The last few weeks of the year tend to race by. Planning an affordable vacation or booking flights and hotels to join family and friends over the holidays might seem impossible now. But there’s still time. Use our holiday travel tips to book an affordable last-minute flight and hotel room in time for Christmas or New Year’s Eve. You can use Read More


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Class Action Rebates Newsletter For December 2017: Get Your Money!

Below is the Class Action Rebates Newsletter for the month of December. Look around, see if you qualify for any of the settlements below! Spotify Copyright Class Action Settlement  Sony Pictures Home Video Revenue Class Action Settlement City of Detroit Per Acre Drainage Class Action Settlement Insinkerator Water Filter Class Action Settlement Carrington Mortgage Force-Placed Insurance Read More


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A New Study Shows Smartphone Addiction Can Alter The Brain

An international study presented at suggests smartphone addiction may create a chemical imbalance in the brain. To assemble the subjects, the researchers used standard tests to measure the extent of attachment to and dependence upon a mobile device. Dr. Hyung Suk Seo, professor of neuroradiology at Korea University in Seoul, identified a small group of young people Read More


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7 Tips to Avoid Holiday Weight Gain

This time of year it’s almost impossible to avoid parties with buffets of tasty food and drink. But all of that indulging can have a downside: it’s nearly impossible to avoid holiday weight gain. One experiment, published in 2016 in the New England Journal of Medicine, found that the 1,781 Americans asked to weigh themselves daily gained about 1.3 Read More


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What 100 Calories of Holiday and Christmas Cookies Looks Like

Halloween’s signature treat is candy. Pie is the sweet of choice at Thanksgiving. And in December, one of the most iconic of all the delectable holiday treats are the Christmas Cookies. This time of year, Christmas cookies seem to be everywhere—office parties, cookie swaps, and neighbors’ homes. At the supermarket, you’ll encounter special offerings or holiday versions Read More



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Best Tech Gifts Under $150 This Holiday Season

If you missed Black Friday or Cyber Monday, don’t sweat it. You can still find great tech gifts without going over your budget. The headphones, fitness tracker, streaming media player, tablet, and wireless speaker featured here all scored well in CR’s ratings and are available for under $150 all year round—no special deal needed. Visit Consumer Read More



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The Cold (and Flu) Hard Truth About Cold Medicine

Americans spent almost $3 billion on vitamins, herbal remedies, and other supplements in their fight against colds and flu in 2016, according to the Nutrition Business Journal. But research showing that the products work is usually weak. And unlike drugs, the Food and Drug Administration doesn’t require that supplements be proved safe and effective before Read More


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6 Products With Huge Discounts in December

Some of the best gifts for the people on your holiday shopping list have huge discounts in December. Our analysts monitor prices year-round to predict when a product can be expected to have the lowest price. December is a great month for a range of products from electronics to appliances. Because this month is all about Read More