Drug Companies Try to Deflect Blame for High Prices, Fail

Consumers continue to hold drug companies responsible for high drug prices and out-of-pocket costs despite efforts by the industry to deflect blame, a new survey finds.

The survey, from the Pharmaceutical Care Management Association, finds most voters blame drug companies not only for high drug prices, but also…

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Avoid These Holiday Season Scams

It’s that time of year again, when consumers open there wallets to spend big – and scam artists rub their hands together in glee.

A nonprofit called ScamAwareness.org, (which was set up by MoneyGram), is offering these consumer tips for recognizing – and avoiding – some of the most common holiday…

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There’s No Need to Trade Celibacy for Cybersecurity

An alarming new report finds that nearly 40 percent of Americans would give up sex for a year if it meant never having to worry about being hacked. Fortunately, there are less drastic ways of achieving security.

The study, from online identity and password management Dashlane, is based on a…

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Pet Gifting Has Really Become “A Thing”

A new study finds that the majority if pet parents will buy gifts for their pets this holiday season. What’s more interesting is that half will also buy gifts for other people’s pets.

An overwhelming 84 percent of respondents to Petco’s November survey plan to treat their…

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In-Store Shopping to Drop This Black Friday

If you are heading out to the stores for Black Friday deals, you may have a pleasant surprise: less competition.

New research from Bankrate finds that Americans are showing less interest in braving the crowds at stores on Black Friday this year.

Only 23% of consumers say they will shop…

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