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  Wrong video conference help line routes to scammers

  Dozens of nursing homes cited for infection-related deficiencies early this year now have COVID-19 cases

  Drug Dependence: COVID-19 weakens already fragile U.S. drug supply

  Robocalls advertising fake coronavirus-related products and bogus deals

Pharmacists: Doctors writing prescriptions for possible COVID-19 treatment at expense of chronically-ill patients

  Watching Your Wallet: Travel insurance likely won’t cover coronavirus-related cancellations

COVID-19 Tracker: Check out the latest on test results around the country

  Watching Your Wallet: With coronavirus causing market volatility, financial experts help you watch your nest egg

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  Sanitized: Online listings for hand sanitizer, disinfectant advertise inflated prices

  Congress takes up insurance rate discrimination

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Food for Thought 2/27

  How to be sure your radon levels are safe

Consumer experts warn of tax schemes

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  Rate Discrimination: Some insurance companies give better rates for customers with certain jobs, education

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  Patriot Penalty: Deployed service members come home to find higher auto insurance rates

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  Costly Care: Medicare charged hundreds more than drug’s cost at cash value

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  Food for Thought 2/6

  Tips to avoid dating app scams

  Illegal Contact: Banned drugs found in athletic performance supplements

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  Food for Thought 1/30

  How to disable the ‘off-Facebook activity’ tool

  FTC: 10 steps to avoid fraud

  FTC: 10 steps to avoid fraud

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