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Sleep better without drugs

One out of four of us say we have trouble sleeping. Many pop a sleeping pill. But most of those drugs can come with side effects, and Consumer Reports analysis finds they don’t work all that well. 182 more words

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Consumer Reports Explores Cheaper EpiPen Alternative

PITTSBURGH (KDKA) – The price ­of a lifesaving EpiPen has skyrocketed, and that’s putting people with severe allergic reactions at risk.

Since the drug manufacturer, Mylan, purchased EpiPen in 2007, the price has gone up more than 400 percent. 251 more words

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Cleaning your grill safely

Cleaning up after summer grilling can be dangerous. Wire grill brushes can leave bristles behind on the grates, which can easily stick to food and be swallowed.  328 more words

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It's The Little Things That Often Make Travelers Happy With Airlines These Days

In an era of add-on fees, crunched-up knees, and general dissatisfaction with air travel, what does it take for an airline to stand out with customers? 330 more words

Cheaper EpiPen alternative

The price of a lifesaving EpiPen has skyrocketed, and that’s putting people with severe allergic reactions at risk. Since the drug manufacturer, Mylan, purchased EpiPen in 2007, the price has gone up more than 400 percent. 285 more words

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Top House Paints

You want an exterior paint that stands up to the elements—the sun, the rain, the snow—and also resists dirt and mildew. To see which last the longest, Consumer Reports tested 15 paints, including some from Benjamin Moore, Behr, Valspar, and Sherwin-Williams. 199 more words

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Consumer Reports Issues Warning About ATM Skimmer Scams

PITTSBURGH (KDKA) – Criminals have made off with as much as $3 billion worldwide using devices that skim important information from credit and debit cards. That’s according to makers of ATMs and other payment equipment. 372 more words

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