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October 2012 Newsletter

What's New:

    • Dangerous 'all natural' supplements

    • Healthy lunches kids will love

    • Save big on energy bills: What you can do


Plus: Why isn't our food safer?




Dangerous 'all natural' supplements.
More than 50 percent of U.S. adults take vitamins, minerals, and other supplements to stay healthy. But many are a waste of money and some can be hazardous.
Which pills to avoid.



Healthy lunches kids will love.
Get new ideas for delicious meals with expert tips on nutrition and food safety. Plus, some cool gear to pack lunches in style.
Best lunches.



Save big on energy bills: What you can do.
Which home improvements will lower your home's annual energy costs the most? Consumer Reports energy experts have the answers.
Find ways to cut costs.
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