Aug. 29, 2014—Dole recalled its bagged spinach and bagged baby spinach, because the products might contain walnuts, which aren’t listed on the ingredient label.
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Aug. 29, 2014—The 2015 Volvo XC90 SUV has advanced driver-assistance system (ADAS) features that the automaker touts as a first step toward self-driving vehicles.
Aug. 29, 2014—A study that Centers for Disease Control and Prevention published finds that consumers might be misled when they read 0 g of trans fat on the nutrition label of a product.
Aug. 28, 2014—Mars Petcare recalled Pedigree Adult Complete Nutrition dry dog food, because of the possible presence of foreign material in the product.
Aug. 28, 2014—McCall Farms recalled cans of Margaret Holmes Turnip Greens and Margaret Holmes Mixed Greens, because the cans might have an improper seal.
Aug. 28, 2014—Genuine Scooters recalled its 2014 Stella 125 Automatic scooter that was manufactured from December 2013 through March 2014.
Aug. 28, 2014—General Motors says the LT and LTZ versions of its 2015 Chevrolet Suburban and Tahoe models will feature OnStar 4G LTE connectivity, wireless smartphone charging and a hands-free liftgate either standard or as available options.
Aug. 28, 2014—Samsung Electronics today unveiled its first smart watch that can access the Internet and make and receive calls without being linked to a smartphone.
Twelve criteria were scrutinized to identify 24 cities that offer numerous advantages to people who are considering relocation for retirement.
Startup company Lift Labs designed a product that’s intended to counteract tremors and give people who have essential tremor or Parkinson’s disease the opportunity to eat challenging foods, such as soup, and perform other tasks that require a steady hand.
Children who have autism might show signs of the disorder within the first year of life, a new study says.
A new type of virus that has spread in the Middle East is “different from any other virus that has been previously found in people,” Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) says.
Patients are fighting back against the lack of attention that’s given to their diseases, a leading expert in genetic and rare diseases says.
People who are paralyzed by a spinal-cord injury could regain movement in their legs using electrode implants, according to research that was presented in the April 2014 issue of Brain.
Food and Drug Administration in May 2014 approved a prosthetic robotic arm.
A change to California law will help to reduce hazardous dust in homes across the United States, a University of California-Berkeley professor tells us, in what he calls a “sea change” in the way that furniture is made.
One of the best things that you can do for your health is go out and get some sun, two new studies say.
Consumers will have an online tool to show them how much health-care services cost.
Consumers have bought more of their electronics online since 2000, while brick-and-mortar retailers have shut locations because of shrinking sales. However, retail stores aren’t doomed, says a stock analyst who covers brick-and-mortar and online retailers.
Aite Group released a report in June 2014 that states that by the end of 2015, 70 percent of U.S. credit cards will contain a microchip that protects against credit-card fraud.
Innovation and lower prices are the outcomes that consumers should expect from Apple’s purchase of headphone maker Beats by Dr. Dre, two industry officials predict.
Thanks to at least 12 mobile applications, finding a parking spot can mean checking your smartphone rather than cruising around in circles.
According to a study that was published in May 2014 by National Bureau of Economic Research, which is a nonpartisan organization, investors who follow the stock market and read financial newsletters add an average of $125,000 to a typical 401(k) retirement fund.
Financial institutions might not have to send their customers a privacy notice and disclosure every year if the government enacts Consumer Financial Protection Bureau’s proposed rule.
Regulation of the industry has been stagnant, and associated health problems have increased.