Very few American's don't like chicken, either southern fried, baked or as chicken tenders along side their favorite dipping sauce. But most people don't realize just how many different kinds of dangerous pathogens raw chicken can harbor.
Rice can be found in a lot of food we consume: pasta, syrup, flour and beverages. A new investigation found that the little grain you eat actually contains different levels of arsenic and inorganic arsenic.
Facebook and privacy always seem to be joined at the hip, yet often the two do not truly connect. Over time the social network giant has had substantial privacy issues that were beyond the user's control.
A new partnership has been announced to help educate teachers, parents and teens in an attempt at preventing young drivers from distracted driving, a risk involving texting and cell phone use that has reached “a deadly epidemic” level in the US.
A California developer recently created an online community for marijuana enthusiasts to rate their favourite type of pot. Leaf.ly's founder tells DigitalJournal.com the site helps simplify the process of buying medical marijuana.
Apple reminds me of Google in a lot of ways: Both are big corporations driven by profit, but the two companies maintain rosy images in the media and are consistently praised as being "for" the consumer. Apple is now walking further down that path.
Digital Journal — Next time a retailer tries to pressure you to buy an extended warranty on electronics, don’t give in. Most extended warranties are “notoriously bad deals,” according to a recent survey from Consumer Reports magazine.
YONKERS, N.Y.- June 20, 2001- Consumer Reports has rated the 2001 Mitsubishi Montero Limited "Not Acceptable" after it tipped up severely on two wheels during CU's emergency avoidance-maneuver tests.
The problem was first found during short-course ...