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Facebook's User Privacy Is Under Scrutiny Once Again consider the consumer

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Facebook’s User Privacy Is Under Scrutiny Once Again

Mark Zuckerberg is under fire once again over Facebook’s lack of oversight and protection of user’s privacy. This recent call to action comes just weeks after the social media site struggled to remove over a million post of the deadly terror attack in New Zealand where a white supremacists killed 49 and injured 50 more Read More


Updates On The Recent Monsanto Roundup Cancer Ruling Consider The Consumer

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We Have Updates On The Recent Monsanto Roundup Cancer Ruling

Last week, a San Francisco jury awarded a Californian $80 million after finding Monsanto, the maker of the weedkiller Roundup, and Bayer, Monsanto’s parent company, responsible for not warning him and others that the product could cause cancer. The judgment of $5 million in compensation and $75 million in punitive damages comes after a six-person Read More


National EpiPen Shortage Consider The Consumer

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Why and When The EpiPen Shortage Will Affect You

The National EpiPen Shortage If you are like me and millions of American adults and children who suffer from potentially fatal allergies, you know your EpiPen is your lifeline. Whether it’s shellfish, nuts, dairy or any other type of allergen that can causes a catastrophic reaction leading to anaphylaxis— which, in turn, can lead to Read More


Has Amazon Made Whole Foods Better Consider The Consumer

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Let’s Discuss: Has Amazon Made Whole Foods Better?

In 2017, I wrote an article on Amazon’s acquisition of the Whole Foods Market, a popular organic food store chain. Initially, it was a promising prospect: healthy eating would be 43 percent cheaper than under the store’s previous ownership. Add to that the convenience of Amazon’s delivery meant that consumers would have more options in Read More


What Low Inflation In January Means For You In 2019 Consider The Consumer

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What Low Inflation In January Means For You In 2019

According to the United States Department of Agriculture (USDA) Food Plans Report for December of 2018, average Americans spent $245.00 per week on a moderate cost food plan for a family of four, comprised of two adults (19-50) and two children (6-11). In January of 2019, this same family spent $245.90 per week on a 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


Prescription Drug Ads Skyrocket In Recent Years consider the consumer

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A Discussion; Prescription Drug Ads Skyrocket In Recent Years

Prescription Drug Ads Skyrocket While there are significant attention and resources dedicated to solving the opioid crisis, many Americans are finding themselves struggling to pay for their necessary prescription drugs like insulin and blood pressure lowering medications. As the cost of prescription drugs has been on the rise, so too has the number of advertisements. Read More