It seems every brand draws its share of complaints
While there may still be a corner drug store where you live, more often than not consumers are getting their prescriptions filled at one of the nationwide pharmacy chains. While the operation of these stores tends to vary store to store, city to city, there are some common complaints.
Which food brands came in first and what is most important to consumers?
Whether it's heading to your favorite fast-food restaurant for a burger or going to your local coffee shop for a morning cup of Joe, consumers have a close relationship with all sorts of brands.
Researchers say potential employers may read that photo all wrong
There have been reports in the last year about how employers are checking Facebook more and more these days to weed out possible candidates. But a new study conducted by North Carolina State University finds that a lot of employers and companies don't really understand online behavior and many Facebook users aren't getting hired as a result.
Ever worry about buying a new phone, only to see a better one come out just two weeks later? Phone companies normally make you wait two years before upgrading to a new device. T-Mobile will now let you upgrade twice a year for just $10 a month.
It might not be yet, but experts say they're getting better
Smartphones perform so many functions they've actually eliminated some products from the market. Remember the Flip video camera? It was all the rage in 2008. By 2011 it was gone.
Some might say they don't plan on getting arrested, but you never know
A bail bondsman or bail agent is one of those people you hope you never need, but if you do, where do you look? The Internet of course, right?
Experts say it'll require dermatological visits and educating yourself to keep your dog comfy
Summer time has some wonderful things like the opening of amusement parks, going to cookouts and attending outside gatherings. But one bad thing about the summer -- and springtime too for that matter -- is allergies.
It'll just take a little planning and maybe a chat with the host beforehand
If you're one of the millions of people who tro to follow a gluten-free diet, that doesn't mean you can't enjoy some good old fashioned cookout food this summer.
If you seem to run out of ink too quickly, your printer may be wasting it
Printers are getting less expensive all the time but keeping them fully stocked with ink seems to be getting more expensive. No sooner do you load new ink cartridges than you get messages warning you that the ink is running low.
Firecrackers, aerials, and homemade explosives cause most deaths and injuries
While Americans' plans for celebrating the nation's 237th birthday on July 4th are many and varied, blowing off a finger or hand probably is not at the top of the list. And yet it continues to happen as sure as the rising of the sun in the East.
A lot of experts say no. Here's why
Mort Fertel, author of "Marriage Fitness" and the creator of the Marriage Fitness Tele-Boot Camp, says a lot of the advice couples get in counseling is no good.
Women who use them are “significantly more likely" to have problems
Ask any woman who has ever experienced morning sickness and she'll tell you it is a hideous experience that she'd do nearly anything to avoid. But “anything” can be very dangerous, according to a UCLA study.
A study finds they aren't always on the wagon
No problem. One of the guys you've been out on the prowl with has said he'll be the designated driver tonight. But are you sure?
Can California dictate how other states treat their hens? Congress will decide
As a rule of thumb, it's a good idea to keep Congress out of the henhouse whenever possible but a dispute over the working conditions of egg-laying hens has roosted in Congress' lap.
Sometimes if one person in the relationship isn't in shape, it can cause problems
Plenty of experts say working out with your partner is a great way to stay motivated and it helps in other ways too.