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AAP Statement: Nasal Spray Flu Vaccine ‘Ineffective And Should Not Be Used’

If by some off-chance any pediatricians offer the nasal mist flu vaccine this year, parents and caregivers should flat out decline that form of vaccination, according to the latest policy statement from the American Academy of Pediatrics. The AAP says that the nasal spray flu vaccine is ineffective and should not be used. The change in policy mirrors a CDC ...

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5 Things You Should Never Buy With Your Credit Card

Filed under: Credit Cards Getty By Dan Rafter It’s a big temptation: Your pockets are empty, and you desperately need that morning coffee to get through that commute. But don’t do it – don’t take that credit card out of your pocket. If you can’t pay for that latte with cash, skip it and drink from the free coffeepot at ...

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Why you should book your summer vacation this winter — Savings Experiment

Filed under: Travel, Savings Experiment, Did You Know Did you know: Finding the perfect time to book your summer travel could land you big savings? Obviously, waiting until the last minute to book your plane ticket can get pretty expensive. But planning to buy too far in advance can also cost you. For the biggest savings on summer flights, try ...

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Organic Meat And Milk A Lot Richer In Healthy Omega-3 Fatty Acids, Indicates New Study – Should You Avoid Farmed Products?

Organic meat and milk are a lot richer in omega-3, concludes a new study. Conventionally “farmed” products simply do not offer the health benefits the organically produced ones can, adds the study conducted by scientists from multiple nations. Organically produced products are essentially a lot healthier than conventional products in a number of ways. This news is certainly music to ...

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Marco Rubio Declines Opportunity to Reject Suggestion That He Should “Waterboard Hillary”

At a campaign rally in North Myrtle Beach, South Carolina, on Tuesday, Marco Rubio deflected a supporter’s suggestion to “waterboard Hillary” with a laugh. “The press is here,” he said, the AP reports, before smiling and adding, “I didn’t hear what they said. I know it wasn’t a bad word.” Tensions between Rubio and Ted Cruz, on display at the ...

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6 Things You Should Check Before Buying a Used Car

Filed under: Car Buying Getty By Allison Martin Thinking about retiring your current wheels? If so, it might be wise to skip a brand-new model and instead purchase a new-to-you vehicle. Buying a gently used car spares you the depreciation that befalls a new car as soon as you drive it off the lot. You’ll save a lot of money ...

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Doctor, Author Says Breastfeeding Should Not Be Optional

Breastfeeding should not be considered optional any longer, according to Dr. Darcia Narvaez writing for Psychology Today in an article that is gaining significant online attention. Dr. Narvaez says that while women actually can choose not to breastfeed, the risks caused by choosing to feed a baby formula over breast milk are significant enough that women should not see it ...

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13 Bad Money Habits You Should Break in 2016 to Build More Wealth

Filed under: Saving Getty By Kathleen Elkins Getting rich is a long-term game. The good news is that starting to accumulate wealth is almost entirely under your control – all it takes is patience, the right mentality, and smart habits. If you want to master your money and build wealth, start by ditching these 13 costly habits as you head ...

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Why Schools Should Implement Naptime In Addition To Rewards After Learning

Instead of a study hour or other skills improvement class, perhaps schools should start facilitating naptime every day at every grade level. There’s new research to back up the benefits of napping after learning. A new study from the University of Geneva, which will be published in the journal eLife, declares that though receiving rewards as you learn actually does ...

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Consumer Panel: Airlines Should Disclose Fees, Seat Size

Filed under: Travel, Transportation & Logistics, Travel Industry, Consumer Issues, Airfare Elaine Thompson/AP By Joan Lowy WASHINGTON — Airlines should clearly disclose the cost of change and cancellation fees, as well as the size of the plane’s seats, before a passenger buys a ticket, a federal panel said Tuesday. Hotels should also be required to include any mandatory fees in ...

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