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Best Hospitals 2015

doctor US News sifted through data for nearly 5,000 hospitals to rank the best ones in 16 adult specialties from cancer to urology. Death rates, patient safety and hospital reputation were a few of the many factors considered.

2015's Wackiest Warning Labels

wacky warnings Sometimes warning labels on products are just plain stupid... and really funny. That is the case again this year with the announcement of the finalists of the wacky warning labels contest. And believe it or not, a Consumer World reader, James Andrews, won the contest!

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23 Ways to Save Money on Your Car

car Your second most expensive purchase is your car... and the expenses don't stop there. Here are 23 tips to cut the cost of driving, insuring, and maintaining your car.



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Attention Massachusetts Shoppers

cart New supermarket survey compares six chains' prices.


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Mouse Print* -- Say Bye-Bye to $199 iPhones at Verizon

mouse print Last week, Verizon Wireless stopped offering subsidized telehones, meaning that you now have to pay $650 if you want an iPhone 6, for example. The question is, did they lower their monthly fees to offset this new expense? That story is this week in Mouse Print*.

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Bargain of the Week

WD-40 Free After $11.99 Rebate

Until the end of August, if you buy WD-40 Specialist (not regular WD-40) you can get a full price rebate of up to $11.99. Here's the rebate form.

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If You are Thinking of Buying an Electric Car...

Consumer Reports has a list of important things to consider before you plug into the world of EVs.


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