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Problem Solvers Former identity thief shows off the tricks of the trade Former identity thief shows off the tricks of the trade
Next time you go shopping, to a movie, or even for a work out at the gym, assume someone is watching you leave your car. A former identity thief just out of jail is now talking about the tricks she used to commit the crime.
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Problem Solvers Consumer Reports: Pop-up turkey timers (Video)
Looking to prepare the perfect bird this Thanksgiving? You might be thinking about relying on one of those pop-up timers to gauge when your turkey is ready. Turkey needs to be cooked to 165° F in order to be safe. Undercooked turkey could make you and your Thanksgiving guests sick. So, can you really trust those little pop-up timers?
Problem Solvers Consumer Reports: Hidden risks of going gluten-free (Video)
About seven percent of Americans can’t eat gluten because they have celiac disease or a diagnosed gluten sensitivity. But how good is a gluten-free diet for everyone else? To find out, Consumer Reports reviewed nutrition labels for more than 80 gluten-free foods.
Problem Solvers Consumer Reports: Save on eyeglasses (Video)
If you’ve got your eye on prescription eyeglasses, be prepared for sticker shock—frames, lenses, and protective coatings can add up to $500 or more. But Consumer Reports finds that you can save up to 40 percent on the cost of eyeglasses without sacrificing fashion.
Problem Solvers How to protect your family from potential toxins in your toiletries How to protect your family from potential toxins in your toiletries
The Problem Solvers begin a daylong special report: Toxins in Your Toiletries. KATU's Shellie Bailey-Shah will be talking about the potentially dangerous chemicals that lurk in products you use everyday - soaps, shampoos, conditioners, deodorants, and more.
Problem Solvers Apps to check the toxicity in your toiletries Apps to check the toxicity in your toiletries (Video)
All day, the Problem Solvers have been taking a closer look at the potentially dangerous chemicals in products we use every day - soaps, shampoos, toothpastes, and more. KATU's Shellie Bailey-Shah found keeping your family safe could be as easy as downloading an app.
Problem Solvers Which local grocery chain does the best job of protecting your family from toxins? Which local grocery chain does the best job of protecting your family from toxins? (Video)
All day, the Problem Solvers are taking a closer look at the potentially dangerous chemicals that fill the bottles in our bathroom - our soaps, shampoos, and more. KATU's Shellie Bailey-Shah shows us which local grocery chain does the best job of protecting you and your family.
Problem Solvers What product seals can protect you from toxins in your toiletries? What product seals can protect you from toxins in your toiletries? (Video)
The Problems Solvers focus on a daylong special report: Toxins in Your Toiletries. It's a look at potentially dangerous chemicals in the products you use every day. KATU's Shellie Bailey-Shah shows you what product seals to look for when you're shopping for your family.
Problem Solvers Ingredients to avoid in your toiletries Ingredients to avoid in your toiletries (Video)
All day, the Problem Solvers are focusing on the potentially dangerous chemicals that lurk in your soaps, shampoos, conditioners, deodorants, and more. KATU's Shellie Bailey-Shah has the top five ingredients to avoid the next time you go to the store.