Consumer News

November 10, 2016

Taking a Clear Look at Contact Lenses

In August 1968, Consumers’ Research touched upon the dangers of wearing contact lenses for long periods of time. At that point, modern contacts had been

The Global Race for 5G

As the world continues to move away from traditional forms of communication, such as landline telephones, wireless technology is more popular than ever. According to

Soda Tax, Not So Sweet

The city of Philadelphia made history on June 16 when the city council approved a measure to tax sweetened drinks, colloquially known as a “soda

Smartphone Accessories: A Burgeoning Market

In recent years, smartphone attachments and accessories have become a pervasive trend. There are a myriad of different devices that either amplify the functions of

Fluoride, Too Much of a Good Thing?

We have all heard that it is possible to have too much of a good thing. While this may not be true about chocolate or

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