The Goodwill Box Gives Back

You’ve probably donated clothing or other items to Goodwill at one time or another. Now the nonprofit organization behind the thrift stores and donation boxes wants to make sure that people with low incomes are getting something back.

Goodwill is raising public awareness about the Earned Income Tax Credit…

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Prescription Drug Price Continue to Rise in Double Digits

We’ve seen some health-related cost increases moderate in recent years, but prescription drug prices are still rising in double digits.

According to the latest figures from the OneRx National Drug Index, prescription drug prices rose 10.43% in 2015.

These numbers were presented by Truveris, a software firm…

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Hovering Dangerously

From the “is nothing sacred?” file comes word that the famous UL Mark is being used fraudulently on certain hoverboards sold in the U.S.

The UL Mark is the sign that a product was tested by the famous safety consulting and certification company formerly known as Underwriters Laboratories. For…

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Vehicle Reliability is the #1 Consideration in Evaluating New Vehicle

People choose their vehicles for a number of reasons, including utility, performance and style. Increasingly, they are judging vehicles in terms of reliability, J.D. Power finds.

Or rather, they are using reliability data to cross certain vehicles off their shopping lists.

J.D. Power, in its 2016 U.S…

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Remember Your Vegetable Subgroups

The government has released a new set of dietary guidelines, and there’s little about them that are likely to change your eating habits.

No, science hasn’t discovered that salty snacks and ice cream are particularly good for you.

Yes, you should eat more fresh vegetables and fruits.


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