Those Organic Millennials

Expect to see a lot more use of the word “organic” on labels for foods, and many other products, as companies adapt to the tastes of America’s new mega-generation: the Millennials.

Millennials have now overtaken Baby Boomers in sheer numbers. More importantly, their young age makes them represent…

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Nearly One Third of Americans Now Comparison Shop for Health Care, Study Finds

A new study from health insurance company UnitedHealthcare finds that more people (32%) are using websites and mobile apps to comparison shop for health care, up from 14% in 2012.

However, only 7% of Americans have a full understanding of all four basic insurance concepts: plan premium, deductible, co-insurance…

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Blue Light Special, On Flu Shots

Kmart Pharmacies across the country are offering flu shots that the company said will cost $0 with “most insurance plans asterisk”.

What a brave new world we live in: flu shots at Kmart (original home of the “Blue Light Special”), with insurance companies paying for them. What happened?

Actually, this…

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New Service Lets You Pay by the Month for Airline Tickets

Paying for expensive airline tickets online is easy – so long as you have enough in your account, or a credit card. What do you do when neither of those things apply, and you really, really need to fly?

Now you have an option, courtesy of CheapAir.com.

CheapAir.com says…

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