Got Flights? Know Your Rights!
In the wake of the United Airlines debacle where a passenger was dragged off the plane to make his seat available to others, the U.S. Department of Transportation just published a new guide to flyers' rights. Included are the rules about denied boarding compensation, tarmac delays, lost baggage, ticket refunds, and more.
Top 10 Large Capacity Washers
Consumer Reports tests dozen of washing machines every year, and only some get very good or excellent ratings. Here are five large capacity top loaders and five large capacity front loaders that got top washing machine honors. Unfortunately, most are not cheap.
An Anti-Aging Pill for People and Pets?
Is the fountain of youth going to become a reality? Rapamycin, a cancer drug, has a reputation as the most consistent ways to postpone death, at least in laboratory species such as lies, worms, and rodents. Feed the compound to mice and they live 25 percent longer, on average. Now tests are underway on this and other drugs to see if they can extend the life of dogs. And on the horizon: human life extension.
Consumer World Original
Mouse Print* -- Can Prevagen Do What it Claims?
For the past several years, a commercial has been running on TV claiming amazing things for pills derived from a chemical originally found in jellyfish. But now, some people in high consumer places aren't buying it.
That story is in Mouse Print* this week.
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