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I first became interested in the use of antibiotics in food when my young daughter had  a seemingly untreatable allergy of itchy hives. After all the tests and investigations did not show the cause, the allergist said: “Maybe it is the penicillin the milk.” 594 more words


Want cash back next time you grocery shop? Here’s how to get it (and it is EASY)

SEATTLE — Groupon announced Thursday the launch of Snap by Groupon, a free app that gives you cash back for buying groceries at any supermarket or retailer in the United States and Canada. 246 more words


Desperate for new sales Coke and Pepsi turn to green labels and new sweetener

NEW YORK (CNNMoney) — The biggest soda companies in the world are locking horns with new low-calorie drinks that share a common ingredient: stevia, a plant used as a sweetener. 264 more words

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Are Free Credit Scores Really Free? - By Kimberly Palmer Oct. 1, 2014 | 9:52 a.m. EDT

Several companies allow you to access your credit score for no cost, but you have to give up personal information and use the service carefully. 594 more words


Transgender People Facing Hurdles When ID's Don't Match Identities

SAN FRANCISCO (CBS SF) — For Donna DiAngelo, winning tickets to a Yanni concert at the Oracle Arena presented a unique challenge: How to pick up her winning tickets at will-call. 270 more words


Teens Distracted By Smartphones May Be Putting Themselves At Risk For Serious Injuries

NEW YORK(CBSNewYork) — We have all been told about the problems of distracted teenage drivers. Now, a new report finds that phones can also lead to accidents when teens are walking. 336 more words


Steals And Deals: State Fair Discounts

DALLAS (CBSDFW.COM) - You know you’re going to spend money at the State Fair of Texas, so why not try to save on admission?

General admission is $17 but if you buy a ticket from Kroger you can get it for $15.50. 210 more words