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Angie's List: Home Warranties

Updated: 03/15/2013 - First-time home buyers may wonder if it's necessary to purchase a home warranty. It’s important to read the fine print before making a decision.

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Hackers now targeting smart phones

Updated: 03/11/2013 - How safe is your smart phone? The same technology that makes your phone so versatile and easy to use is also making it easier for hackers to get in. Now some phones with popular operating systems may be more susceptible to attacks by hackers.

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Angie's List: House Paint

Updated: 03/08/2013 - Changing the paint color inside your home can give your rooms a whole new look. How do you make the best color choices for your room, in Friday's Angie's List.

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Feathery indicators of springtime weather

Updated: 03/07/2013 - Long before the days of computer generated weather models, people turned to nature for signs of changing seasons. To this day some people still look to their backyards for indications that spring has sprung.

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Weighing a way to preventing diabetes

Updated: 03/07/2013 - Up to three million Americans have type 1 diabetes, a disease with no cure and an unknown cause. What doctors do know about the disease is that people who have it also have smaller pancreases. A new discovery could carry a lot of weight when it comes to eventually beating the disease.

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Giving an early warning: new tornado smartphone app

Updated: 03/06/2013 - March 3 through March 9 is “National Severe Weather Awareness Week,” and the unofficial start of tornado season. To kick things off, the Red Cross launched a new tool to help warn and protect people against on-coming tornadoes.

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A dirty cancer fighter

Updated: 03/06/2013 - It only takes a single cancer cell to cause the disease, and millions of people around the world end up dying from the disease every year. While there are many ways to treat cancer once it develops in a patient, doctors are working on a new way to prevent it.

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New 3D imaging helping plastic surgeons

Updated: 03/05/2013 - Plastic surgery, whether it is the desire to look younger or to repair damage caused by an injury or illness, is one of the most popular among the medical practices.

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Blasting nerves to battle high blood pressure

Updated: 03/04/2013 - Around one billion people around the world have uncontrolled high blood pressure, and it’s a problem that medication cannot solve for many. Now for the first time, a procedure exists that is zapping away the common condition in those afflicted.

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Angie's List: Boarding pets

Updated: 03/01/2013 - Boarding your pets overnight or for a longer stay can help them avoid the stress of a long car ride or plane trip, and you the stress of worrying about them.

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Why "Do Not Call" lists may not stop robocalls

Updated: 02/25/2013 - The number of robocalls being dialed out to people’s home phones and cell phones is on the rise, and the F.T.C. says that those prerecorded telemarketing calls are illegal.

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Angie's List: Children's dental Health

Updated: 02/22/2013 - Teething time is a fussy time for kids, but once they're in, those pearly whites should be an important part of a child's health care routine.

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Are energy drinks doing more to you then just a quick boost

Updated: 02/21/2013 - It's the promise of a quick boost when you're feeling tired, and it all comes in one can. But, it's still unclear what the exact effects of popular energy drinks can be. A recent study found that emergency room visits after energy drinks have doubled since 2007.

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Embracing technology in a digital age

Updated: 02/19/2013 - Many college students, or their parents, could tell you know just how expensive course texts books and materials can be. Now, a new program at the University of Notre Dame is attempting to bring the cost of education down by doing away with physical books altogether.

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Safety tips to help protect you and your money at the ATM

Updated: 02/18/2013 - ATMs have been become an important part of everyday life, and just about everyone has a bank account and uses their ATM card on a regular basis—a fact of life that robbers have grown aware of.

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Saliva Sleuths: spotting mental illness in your spit

Updated: 02/18/2013 - It is believed that one in four adults suffer from a diagnosable mental disorder. Patients sometimes spend years trying to find the right drug cocktail to keep their symptoms at bay, all the while suffering serious side effects.

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Angie's List: "Green" home improvement

Updated: 02/15/2013 - Improving your home and the environment can now happen at the same time thanks to an increase in eco-friendly appliances in the market.

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National Weather Service upgrades

Updated: 02/12/2013 - For the past year and a half, the National Weather Service has been doing upgrades to their network of Doppler radars across the country.

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