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Is adrenal fatigue a real medical condition?


One of the newer conditions said to cause premature aging is “adrenal fatigue syndrome,” marked by fatigue, sugar and salt cravings, sleep problems, and a need for caffeine.

Three ways Google just might make the Internet safer


Three announcements by Google during Google I/O—its developers conference—hint at safer days to come for Internet users.

Tire care is a year-long commitment


As part of its annual tire-care awareness program, the Rubber Manufacturers Association publishes some stark statistics on tires, most of which highlight consumers’ need to maintain their cars’ tires.

The pressure washer specs that matter most


After spending up to $90 a day renting a pressure washer to clean your deck, garage, or siding, you may be tempted to buy your own.

FCC's proposal to crack down on robocalls is a good move

Are you hounded by automated phone calls with recorded pitches for things like medical alert devices or home security systems?

Chrysler shortens powertrain warranty for 2016 models

Fiat Chrysler Automobiles apparently has lost confidence in its products. Despite touting “We’re so confident in the quality of our vehicles, that we’re backing them with a 5-Year/100,000-mile Powertrain Limited Warranty,” the company has announced plans to cut the mileage coverage nearly in half.

Everything you need to know about the Takata airbag recall


About 34 million vehicles in the United States, made by 10 different automakers, have been recalled to replace frontal airbags on the driver’s side or passenger’s side, or both.

Men and women shop for appliances differently


When men and women go shopping for appliances, they’re both looking for the best price but they go about getting it in slightly different ways.

Cable-TV and Internet subscribers remain unhappy customers, new Consumer Reports survey says


Along with death and taxes, lousy cable service seems to be one of life’s certainties. In our exclusive new telecom service Ratings, consumers continued to express dissatisfaction with their TV and Internet providers, giving most poor reviews for value and overall satisfaction.

Chrysler shortens powertrain warranty for 2016 models

Fiat Chrysler Automobiles apparently has lost confidence in its products. Despite touting “We’re so confident in the quality of our vehicles, that we’re backing them with a 5-Year/100,000-mile Powertrain Limited Warranty,” the company has announced plans to cut the mileage coverage nearly in half.

10 things you didn't know about the Tesla Model S

By now you’ve surely heard of the Insane Mode acceleration in the high-performance Tesla Model S P85D electric car.

Why old apples can taste great


It’s tough to beat the yummy taste of field-fresh produce. However, science and storage techniques now allow some fruits and vegetables to be picked long in advance without any noticeable loss of taste and texture.

Hyundai releases first Android Auto smartphone capability to U.S. market

If you purchased a 2015 Hyundai Sonata with a factory-installed navigation system, and have a smartphone with the Android Lollipop 5.0 or higher operating system, you can integrate your car with the new Android Auto software.

5 great tablets for under $200


Tablets don't have to cost a fortune. If you don't mind a smaller, 7- to 8-inch tablet, there are plenty of great deals to be had.

Guide to car headlight technology


The days of basic low and high beams are over as car headlights become ever more sophisticated. The new technologies bring promises of brighter light, greater reach down the road, and even the ability to spot pedestrians and animals long before they would be illuminated by conventional bulbs.

Counterfeit goods: How to tell the real from the rip-off


As the world has grown smaller, more and more foreign-made goods are hitting our shores. Among them, a flood of fakes, fueled in part by the Internet and the ease with which we can buy products directly.

When it really pays to buy online


You can buy practically anything online, but that doesn’t mean you’ll always want to—or ought to. The convenience is undeniable, of course, but the matter of cost is still very much a question.

Save on cooling costs without breaking a sweat


Tougher federal energy standards mean that today’s air conditioners are a lot more efficient than they used to be and cost less to operate.

How to cut your water use in half


As the saying goes, you can’t squeeze water from a stone. But that’s what California residents have been trying to do as the state’s drought stretches into its fourth year.

How to take great photos with a smartphone


Americans take almost 10 billion photos each month, according to one survey—and 6 billion of them are captured with a smartphone.


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