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School Nurse Shortage

Nationwide, only about half of schools have a full-time registered nurse.

The American Academy of Pediatrics recommends a nurse should be present full time at every school. 203 more words

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A puppy for Christmas may turn out to be a scam

INDIANAPOLIS, Ind. – Christmas is around the corner and the Better Business Bureau is warning consumers to watch out for the 12 most common scams during the holiday season. 754 more words


Consumer Reports: Peanut Butter Alternatives For School Lunches

PITTSBURGH (KDKA) — Peanut butter and jelly sandwiches are a favorite of kids everywhere. But almost one-third of schools have gone “peanut-free” to accommodate the growing number of kids who suffer from severe peanut allergies. 260 more words


Stranded with no spare tire

Have you looked in the trunk of your car lately? Turns out more than one-third of cars sold from model year 2015 don’t have a spare tire, according to a AAA analysis. 334 more words

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Protecting Yourself on Public WiFi

In today’s mobile universe, working from home often means a home away from home –– using public WiFi. Consumer Reports says that there are a few things you can do to keep your data safer. 79 more words

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52 Pick-Up: Best NewMusic 2016

52 of the best new releases of the year, 52 out of the the 430 (as of this writing) new releases I listened to. Every year I fiddle with how to make and present these lists, and the idea here is obvious; one record to every week. 646 more words


Compact Washers and Dryers

Just because space is tight in your apartment or house doesn’t mean you have to lug your laundry to a laundromat to get it washed. Consumer Reports just tested about a dozen compact washers and dryers. 239 more words

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