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Rebuilt for school
Our guide will help you or the students in your life save money on computer or other electronics, while cutting e-waste.
Recalled infant sleepers
Every day, millions of kids are dropped off at child care facilities across the country by parents and caretakers who are looking forward to seeing them safe and sound at the end of the day. But new research found some dangerous recalled products are still in use at child care facilities across the country.
Remove recalled kids' products
1 in 10 surveyed day cares still used unsafe sleepers months after a recall. Learn how to keep recalled products away from your kids.
RIGHT TO KNOW
A report exposing toxic fragrance chemicals in beauty, personal care and cleaning products
Save on prescription drugs
A little effort may save you a lot of money on your medication.
Shopping safely online
Learn how to avoid unsafe, banned or dangerously mislabeled products on online websites.
Stand Up For Repair
Microsoft pressed criminal charges against Eric Lundgren for printing restore disks that allow people to fix old computers—even though though the software on those disks is available online for free.
Stop Highway Boondoggles
Expensive, wasteful highway projects shouldn't take precedent over public transportation needs.
The Real Price of Medications
People living in the United States have access to some of the best medical care in the world, from life-saving drugs to cutting-edge surgical techniques. But spiraling costs force many Americans to spend more on care, even as the quality of that care remains the same.
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