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A Guide to Motorcycle Safety for Today's RiderMotorcycle Safety

The allure of motorcycling is more popular than ever today as baby boomers retire to the open road, women become the fastest-growing segment of new motorcycle owners, and people of all ages search for ways to avoid traffic jams, high gas prices and air pollution. This issue is dedicated to the latest on motorcycle safety. Learn More

Special Report: Fighting for Those Who Fight for Us

Protecting Service MembersYou’d think our soldiers would be protected at home while they are defending us abroad, right? But a troubling new report uncovers how some big corporations, shady lenders and sometimes even our own government not only fail to protect our military members, but actively exploit them for profit. Read Here

Foodborne Illnesses on the RiseFood Sickness

Last year was one for the record books at the Centers for Disease Control (CDC). They investigated more foodborne illness outbreaks than during any year in the past decade. This month, you should know what foods to watch out for, how to prevent foodborne illness in your own home and why an increase in reported outbreaks might actually be good news. Learn More

Investigations Raise Concerns at Surgery Centers

Women Facing MenNew investigations are raising concerns about lax reporting and regulation at surgery centers. Routine procedures such as tonsillectomies or colonoscopies have resulted in devastating and sometimes fatal consequences for patients. Read Here

New Report Says Baby Powder Giant New of Cancer RiskBaby Powder Risk

A new investigation by Reuters argues that Johnson & Johnson, the world’s largest manufacturer of talc-based baby powder, may have known – and covered up – the cancer-causing risk of its iconic product for decades. The company adamantly denies any link between its talc products and cancer, but nearly 12,000 lawsuits allege otherwise. Learn More

A Special Report: The Worst Corporate Conduct of 2018

Worst CorporationsDespite highly-visible apologies to the contrary, several major corporations continue to put profits first ahead of customer health, safety and legal rights. This special report from the American Association for Justice highlights several of the most egregious corporate bad behavior in 2018. Read Here

 

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