Ride-sharing services claim to be more convenient than taxis are, but issues remain.
Many experts say e-cigs are less harmful than tobacco cigarettes are, but no independent research has studied the issue.
Don't rely on marketing claims that the facilities tout.
Government could do a lot more to protect seniors.
How Doctors Are Courted By Drugmakers
The possible connection between cellphone-radiation emissions and health risks is worrisome—and seemingly ignored.
Smart meters are supposed to give you more control over your energy use, but experts doubt that you’ll ever see the touted savings.
Doctors’ new claims of safety are questionable.
You might face more than the grief of the loss of a loved one: grave desecration and double-sold plots.
The government is pouring billions of dollars into promoting ethanol, but evidence is mounting that it actually damages the environment and fouls up your engines.
Dubious methods have us raising our hands with questions about the value of earning an online degree.
Think twice before you take your computer to the nearest repair specialist. Many people are scammed by technicians who are moved more by profit than principle.
Influence by frame makers decreases the medical focus for this product.
New methods for treating drug and alcohol abusers have created confusion and sometimes flawed choices for consumers.