Delicious Generic Brands
Delicious Generic Brands

on September 5, 2012

A blind taste test revealed store brands are as good as name brands more than half the time – and they cost far less.

Most People Need a Change in Diet
Most People Need a Change in Diet

on September 5, 2012

Two-thirds of U.S. adults are overweight or obese, but 8 in 10 believe they are “extremely healthy” or “very healthy.”

Google Says Weddings Are Ditching Tradition
Google Says Weddings Are Ditching Tradition

on September 5, 2012

An analysis of Google’s data suggests couples are seeking alternative cakes, splitting up honeymoons, and handling more stuff themselves.

Amazon Just Got Lots More Movies
Amazon Just Got Lots More Movies

on September 4, 2012

Amazon Prime customers will get streaming access to thousands of popular recent and classic titles

More Women Working in Manufacturing
More Women Working in Manufacturing

on September 4, 2012

As manufacturing switches from hard labor to high-tech, more women are entering the field and doing well.

Election-Predicting Doughnuts?
Election-Predicting Doughnuts?

on September 4, 2012

A Colorado-based doughnut chain claims it can predict the next president based on its sales.

The Top 10 Tailgating Cars
The Top 10 Tailgating Cars

on September 4, 2012

Do you have one of the coolest cars for a tailgating party? Check the list.

The Homeless Use Facebook Too
The Homeless Use Facebook Too

on September 4, 2012

A new study at the University of Alabama finds young adults without homes still find Internet access.

Silicon Valley Running out of Luxury Homes
Silicon Valley Running out of Luxury Homes

on September 3, 2012

America’s tech capital has sold half its supply of homes in the past year.

New Corn Seeds Fight Drought
New Corn Seeds Fight Drought

on September 3, 2012

Seed companies have developed a new corn seed that could boost yield 15 percent during a drought and lower price shock at the grocery store.

Dieting? Dim the Lights
Dieting? Dim the Lights

on September 3, 2012

New research suggests mood lighting and mellow music at restaurants might help you lose weight.

Quicker Checkout With Smartphones?
Quicker Checkout With Smartphones?

on September 3, 2012

Walmart’s testing a system that lets you scan and bag groceries while you shop instead of standing in a long checkout line.

Should You Consider Debt Protection? 3 Alternatives
Should You Consider Debt Protection? 3 Alternatives

on September 3, 2012

Worried about debt after death or unemployment? A debt protection plan could cover you, but may be overpriced. Here are some better ideas.

Is Now a Good Time to Buy a TV? 5 Shopping Tips
Is Now a Good Time to Buy a TV? 5 Shopping Tips

on September 3, 2012

When it’s time to buy a high-definition TV, 3D is the last thing many consider. Price is first – and most prices are at a two-year high.

Sweeter Diet Pepsi?
Sweeter Diet Pepsi?

on August 31, 2012

Coca-Cola and Diet Coke are the two top-selling U.S. sodas. Pepsi’s trying to shake things up, but its plans may fizzle out.

Lower Salary, More Flexibility?
Lower Salary, More Flexibility?

on August 31, 2012

Many people in a new survey would take a 9 percent pay cut for a more flexible work schedule.

Chocolate Is Healthy for Men
Chocolate Is Healthy for Men

on August 31, 2012

New research indicates two ounces of chocolate per week can reduce men’s risk of a stroke.

Teen Drivers are Hypocrites
Teen Drivers are Hypocrites

on August 31, 2012

A new study shows most teens are quick to call out texting-and-driving – but more than a third admit they do it too.

How to Track the Money in Politics
How to Track the Money in Politics

on August 31, 2012

New apps make it easy to find out the truth, track campaign spending, and identify secretive donors.

Conservative Brains vs. Liberal Ones
Conservative Brains vs. Liberal Ones

on August 30, 2012

One website says conservatives are cleaner and more organized, while liberals are more creative and flexible.

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