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Student privacy suit settled

A New Jersey-based company that operates by collecting information from students will have to allow participants to opt out of their service, following the settlement of a privacy lawsuit.

Citizen group find plenty of financial nightmares in Washington

As another year of Halloween-inspired frights has just passed by, Citizens Against Government Waste has used the opportunity to point out some scary government behavior that has taken place over the past few months.

Strong concerns raised about diabetes drug risk

An advocacy group has called for the Food and Drug Administration to immediately ban the diabetes drug Avandia, due to serious health concerns.

Bob Barr criticizes McCain, Obama over liberties

Neither of the two major candidates for U.S. president – Republican John McCain nor Democrat Barack Obama – has successfully protected citizens’ personal liberties, Libertarian candidate Bob Barr has claimed.

Survey: Patients think hospitals can do better

Patients asked to rate hospitals across the country believe that the healthcare facilities had room for improvement, a new survey reveals.

Fed slashes interest rates due to recession fears

The slowing economy and concerns about the availability of credit were at the heart of the Federal Open Market Committee’s unanimous decision to cut the federal funds rate by half of a percentage point on Wednesday.

Panel: FDA failed in BPA assessment

The Food and Drug Administration did not adequately address the potential risks of bisphenol A when assessing its safety, an independent panel of scientific experts has said.

The safety of I Bonds

Investors who are looking for a low-risk and high-yield place to store their wealth may be interested in exploring opportunities offered by inflation-linked savings bonds (I Bonds).

BPA ‘reduces effect of cancer drugs’

Another health risk connected to bisphenol A (BPA) has been uncovered and described in the most recent issue of Environmental Health Perspectives.

Scientists modify tomato to fight cancer

Science has taken its efforts at developing genetically modified foods one step further, creating a type of tomato that is hoped to help combat cancer.

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