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  1. Fish oil may keep memory loss at bay
  2. Pet safety: Should you keep rubber ducky away from puppy?
  3. 2013 Mercedes-Benz GL63 AMG is a 550-HP, 7-seat rocketschlepper
  4. Hands-on with the 2012 Kia Rio
  5. Flame retardants may make air even deadlier in fires
  6. Volkswagen looks to strike a chord with new Beetle Fender Edition
  7. Recall Recap for May 31: Acura TLs, Chevy Malibus, Lexus GS 350s and Kitchen Selectiv
  8. Cash, karma and cool ideas: What can you do with an old smartphone?
  9. Arm yourself against heart disease
  10. "Good enough" lawn mowers that won't break the bank
  11. Grilled Chipotle Chicken and Mango Skewers: Smoky flavors from a gas grill
  12. All cars, all day at IMPA "Spring Brake"
  13. Micro Chip Crisp'r: Watch us try it!
  14. Recall recap: Circulon cookware, Jeep Wranglers, and food that can make you sick
  15. Great apps (and one gadget) to help you throw successful summer barbecues
  16. Free Wi-Fi spots on the rise thanks to cable giants' partnership
  17. Five apps to make birthday, graduation and other e-cards
  18. 15 lesser-known National Parks and why you should visit
  19. Verizon pushes buttons by curbing unlimited data plans
  20. Buying a used video card
  21. Our reports can be resources even if the product you seek isn't reviewed
  22. Recall recap: Folding step stools, trampolines, pool slides and bassinets; plus sever
  23. Five gadgets that make great graduation gifts
  24. TV prices rise, TV ownership falls
  25. Tips to make your swimsuit last longer
  26. Five apps, gadgets and more for American Bike month
  27. Recall recap: Dry pet food, SONIC toothbrushes, BMW 3-Series, plus Chrysler 300s and
  28. The right bathing suit for your body and budget
  29. Wheels and tails up: The ins and outs of air travel with pets
  30. Live from the CTIA Wireless show in New Orleans
  31. Going nude
  32. A new option to travel light with babe in tow
  33. New labels for higher risk birth control pills
  34. Status update: Social network news
  35. Treat your mom with these five modern day gifts on Mother's Day
  36. Beyond the rose: 10 distinctive and long-lasting flowers for Mom
  37. Five gardening apps to try this spring
  38. Recall recap: BMW motorcycles and Michelin tires pose serious crash risks to vehicle
  39. Microsoft finds its e-book niche via the Nook
  40. Beware: The hidden cost of renting cars
  41. The e-book lawsuit: The good and bad
  42. Eco-friendly stain removers
  43. Spring safety slip-up: Not checking your child's swing set
  44. The Flowbee Haircutting System: It works!
  45. More crazy kitchen tips: Unusual uses for your small appliances
  46. Recall recap: STOK gas grills, Irwin circular saws, and Sakar battery chargers
  47. Intel building new Bridges
  48. Dumbbells vs. kettlebells: Make the right choice for your fitness goals
  49. 3 reasons why you have a lip balm addiction
  50. Toying with bubbles this summer
  51. Beauty is in the eye of the wallet-holder: The 20 most expensive U.S. museums
  52. Turbo-charge your skin care with cleansing brushes
  53. Ten unusual uses for your shampoo and conditioner
  54. Blackout high energy bills with insulated curtains
  55. Eight air-purifying plants
  56. Recall recap: Auto recalls by BMW and General Motors and tires, plus peanut and milk
  57. Win big with our Lucky 7's Facebook contest
  58. E-Cycling for Earth Day
  59. Save $2000 on diapers
  60. Six alarm clocks to rouse heavy sleepers
  61. What's new in the mobile phone world?
  62. Readers have questions, ConsumerSearch has answers
  63. Fired up for BBQ with 8 hot grilling accessories
  64. At the NY Auto Show, cars for going green or spending plenty of it
  65. What to do if you lose your passport
  66. Recall recap: Viking dishwashers, Office Depot and West Elm chairs, Ford Focus and Ch
  67. Get rewarded for recycling with Recyclebank
  68. Terrafugia's flying car looks weird, but it's real
  69. A travel guide in your pocket: Reviewing the WorldMate and TripIt travel apps
  70. Flashback Trojan shows that Mac computers are not malware-proof
  71. Navigating the world of no-bag travel
  72. Recall recap: Hondas, lawn trimmers and food with undeclared ingredients
  73. What is Netflix up to now?
  74. Facebook: Still an unfinished product
  75. New recalls: Safety 1st cabinet locks, Westinghouse ceiling fans and several auto rec
  76. Ten unusual uses for your microwave
  77. U.S. theme parks deliver new thrills for 2012
  78. Taking the ouch out of shaving
  79. As online streaming explodes, cable companies fight back
  80. 2013 Ford Explorer Sport muscles up with 350+ turbocharged horsepower
  81. Uncorking the secrets to unique wine accessories
  82. American Express uses Twitter to share deals
  83. Car seat heaters may lead to toasted skin
  84. Globetrotting: International value travel for 2012
  85. Driving the 2013 Ford Police Interceptors
  86. You don't have to jump too many hurdles to see London's Olympics
  87. Subaru, Hyundai and Volvo, Kawasaki utility vehicles, and GTC tires recalled this wee
  88. Will Windows 8 tablets challenge the iPad?
  89. FDA Warning: Mercury found in imported lotions, skin lightening creams
  90. Android Ice Cream Sandwich: What's the big deal?
  91. Do your taxes on your iPad
  92. BrailleTouch app could mean even more multitasking as you text
  93. First Drive: 2012 Hyundai Azera and 2013 Hyundai Genesis Coupe
  94. Recall recap: Lawn tractors, Lenovo computers, and Gerber infant formula
  95. Value travel: Where to go stateside in 2012 and why
  96. Will one of these products be the next Snuggie?
  97. Getting the new iPad? Here's what to do with your old one
  98. Shall we dance? Tangerine Tango is the color of the year
  99. Google Play: What's that?
  100. Recall recap: Oops, discounters resell recalled Meijer merchandise, plus dangerous bi
  101. What's new at the 2012 Geneva Motor Show?
  102. Apple announces the new iPad
  103. ConsumerSearch to go: Say "hi" to our new iPhone app
  104. An accident waiting to happen: Rental car companies renting unfixed recalled cars
  105. What's the latest in 4G LTE? Oh, and what IS 4G LTE?
  106. Reduce sodium one slice at a time
  107. Gimme Pi: Why I want a tiny computer that doesn't do anything
  108. Transactions in 140 characters or less
  109. Recall recap: Nissans, Infinitis, and Porsches, oh my, and dangerous utility knives a
  110. AT&T defines the limits on "unlimited"
  111. New TV pricing policies a tough sell for consumers
  112. Three tips for controlling cat hair
  113. Buy it now: Cold weather running gear
  114. Digital cameras that run on AA batteries
  115. Have you ever....? Why don't you...? How can I...? Frequently asked questions from re
  116. CONSUMER WARNING: FDA says drop that Spinbrush electric toothbrush
  117. Faulty parts in gas cylinders, Hondas, backpack blowers, and Tylenol products for inf
  118. Semi-DIY craft projects
  119. TV goes to the net, and stays on the air
  120. Seeking safe supplements: A cheat sheet
  121. Why giant smartphones are not the end of the world
  122. Crib solutions for short parents in the post-drop-side world
  123. Flying through airport security: What TSA's PreCheck program really means
  124. Mobile gaming power up: Add a joystick to your tablet
  125. Lots of fun stuff at Toy Fair 2012
  126. Psst. Insider decorating sources
  127. 2012 Nissan Versas recalled, plus chainsaws that come apart and more
  128. The reviews are in: Sony PlayStation Vita is a hit ... and a miss
  129. AT&T's "unlimited data" plans slow down to a crawl for some users
  130. Discounted travel offers: Are flash deal sites too spontaneous?
  131. Tassimo recalls 835,000 single-cup coffee makers, potential burn hazard
  132. Spotted: Awesome new products at the New York Gift Fair
  133. Recall recap: Fire hazards from printers, fax machines, and furnaces; fall hazards fr
  134. Wi-Fi made (sort of) simple
  135. Five apps to make this Valentine's Day special
  136. A guided tour of the 2012 Honda CR-V
  137. Facebook's new Timeline and Open Graph apps: How to protect your privacy
  138. Phish of the day: Beware tax-season email scams
  139. A new and (p)interesting way to shop online
  140. House plants you can't kill
  141. Unsafe car seats and tires recalled; and mispackaged contraception packs scare consum
  142. Are you buying a big-screen TV for the big game?
  143. Hands-on with four good, cheap new cars
  144. Should Google's new privacy policy worry you?
  145. Counting calories: Of course, there's an app for that...
  146. Can you trust online reviews?
  147. DOT tries to put the "fair" in airfare pricing
  148. A sneak peak: the International Home and Housewares Show
  149. Insulated food carriers and Kia models recalled, plus salmonella in sprouts and salts
  150. Stopping junk mail
  151. Where to mount a plasma or LCD TV
  152. Why this fitness editor cancelled her gym membership
  153. Choosing tools for the not-so-paperless office
  154. Can Siri's chatter talk iPhone 4S owners into using more data?
  155. BMW Minis, space heaters, and floor lamps recalled: They can leave you burned
  156. Eyeing new technology: Computing at a glance
  157. Still spinning after CES: SpinKiX
  158. SOPA legislation; What it is, why it's controversial and what it could mean to you
  159. Zappos hacked: What it means for consumers
  160. Does diet matter for kids with ADHD? Depends.
  161. Call to action: FDA bans certain antibiotics use in livestock
  162. Dunk-proof phone and tablet debut at CES
  163. Justin Beiber unveils musical bot at CES
  164. Recall recap: Ford Escape, Target flashlights, IKEA highchairs and useless bicycle he
  165. Snow blowers 101: How to tell which type suits your driveway
  166. Wii U makes a cameo appearance at CES
  167. New survey: Not even half of us still watch regular TV
  168. Press Day at CES: Lot's of hype, but more than a little promise, too
  169. LG's 55-inch OLED TV debuts at CES
  170. Novartis announces nationwide recall of Bufferin, Excedrin, Gas-X and NoDoz; FDA issu
  171. If your smartphone shoots video, do you really need a pocket camcorder?
  172. Some stuff might actually get cheaper in 2012
  173. Recall recap: Chevrolet Sonic, O-Grills, and Winn-Dixie Italian green beans
  174. Show up or pay up: New app charges you money for failing to show up at the gym
  175. Conquer your New Year's resolutions with the help of your smartphone
  176. But wait, there's more! Do infomercial fitness gadgets work?
  177. What's in store for CES 2012?
  178. 7 hangover-curing favors for your New Year's Eve party
  179. Two Bugaboo recalls, plus exploding batteries and carbon monoxide from water heaters
  180. How to: Buy a dress slip
  181. New Year's resolutions: Easy to make, easier to break
  182. Keep a clear head on New Year's Eve with these booze-free drinks
  183. Sparkling drink recipes to ring in the New Year
  184. Watch for metal in Winn-Dixie gummy bears, plus tained spices and beef
  185. The Little People grow with the times: Then and now
  186. Which of these five kids' games are worth buying?
  187. Stumped? Off-beat last-minute gift ideas
  188. Do Air Swimmers soar with the eagles or sleep with the fishes?
  189. Charitable donations: How to give responsibly
  190. Carrier IQ: is your cellphone carrier eavesdropping on you?
  191. Holiday gifts for the boss: Yay or nay?
  192. Kids go green with eco-friendly toys
  193. Recall recap: Iced teas with glass in the bottle, broken wheel studs and burning hand
  194. ConsumerSearch wants YOU to "Win Your Wish"
  195. Just how solid are solid-state computer drives?
  196. Pop quiz: What kind of holiday gift is appropriate for teacher?
  197. Don't fear holiday food stains: Here's how to get them out
  198. Buying fruitcake: a religious experience?
  199. Kindle Fire vs. Nook Tablet: How do they compare?
  200. Recall recap: Nautilus elliptical trainers, dog food and cars with brake problems
  201. Special delivery: For free shipping, order before the cut-off
  202. After FCC opposition, the AT&T - T-Mobile merger is down, but not quite out
  203. Cast your cast-iron worries aside
  204. Easy-Bake Oven: a history, from scratch
  205. How to navigate the fish market
  206. Useful cases for tablets and e-book readers
  207. Celebrity fragrances: We put the season's newest and hottest scents to the test
  208. Recall recap: Rocketfish iPhone cases, Craisins, and Chevrolet Colorados
  209. Shop small: Look for deals on Small Business Saturday
  210. Bummed because you missed a Black Friday TV deal? Don't be.
  211. More TV bargains and bundles for Black Friday
  212. Cheap Black Friday tablets: Clunkers and gems for $200 and less
  213. Recall recap: Smucker's chunky peanut butter, KEDS shoes, and GM vehicles
  214. Run away from Black Friday treadmill deals
  215. Should you jump on a Black Friday deal for a streaming digital media player?
  216. Stalking the doorbuster: Your plan for bagging the Black Friday deal
  217. Black Friday eReader deals: some are a steal, others are just highway robbery
  218. Ultrabooks: MacBook Air killers, or also rans?
  219. Ho-hum holiday prices on sewing machines: Here's the scoop
  220. Make the most out of Black Friday shopping with expert advice from ConsumerSearch
  221. Where to shop for digital cameras on Black Friday
  222. Recall recap: Wolfgang Puck griddles, Kotex tampons and Trader Joe's salad
  223. Thanksgiving-themed apps for a stress-free turkey day
  224. You made the turkey from scratch, don't skimp on the gravy
  225. First look at 2012 Toyota Prius C
  226. Should stores open on Thanksgiving? "No way!" most say [infographic]
  227. Sub $50 Blu-ray Disc players arrive for Black Friday
  228. Buzz-worthy deals on coffee makers this Black Friday
  229. TV bargains to be found on Black Friday
  230. Retailers offer Black Friday bargains on some external hard drives
  231. Alarming deals for Black Friday?
  232. Recall recap: Massive Toyota and Lexus recall and the FDA warns against tainted olive
  233. A sub-$60 home theater projector on Black Friday? Yes ... and no.
  234. Brush in the Holidays: Kohl's Black Friday sales could leave you smiling
  235. This just in: A paint collection from HGTV stars Cortney and Robert Novogratz
  236. And so it begins: Underwhelming and misleading Black Friday "deals" at Sears
  237. Where NOT to buy your technology gifts on Black Friday
  238. Coffee grinders: Should you pay $700 for a heavy, bulky bean crusher?
  239. Save big on your phone bill with these free texting apps
  240. Recall recap: Rich Fields Butter Cookies, BMWs and potpies with unexpected ingredient
  241. Five Zen-inducing yoga mat carriers
  242. Dear ConsumerSearch: Readers have questions; we've got answers
  243. Four smartphone cases that will charge your iPhone -- and one for Android and BlackBe
  244. Protect your child from pill-popping
  245. Wegmans recalls 5,000 pounds of pine nuts: 42 sick due to salmonella outbreak
  246. Creature comfort: Make it a Halloween treat
  247. Recall recap: Harley-Davidsons and GM vehicle recalls, suffocating frog masks and mal
  248. Speakers that turn crummy computer sound into an audiophile's dream
  249. Avoid becoming a scary statistic this Halloween
  250. Just what we need: Holiday airfare prices to be 10% higher