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221. Consumer Information Center: Statisticians
This is one of about 250 job outlook statements from the 1998-99 Occupational Outlook Handbook. This statement discusses Significant Points; Nature of the Work; Working Conditions; Employment; Training, Other Qualifications, and Advancement; Job Outlook; Earnings Related Occupations; and Sources of Additional Information.
URL: http://savvyconsumer.org/help/employ/compnmath/ocos045.htm   Score: 1%   Date: 2006-03-02   Size: 16 kB

222. Savvy Consumer - Personal Prevention Chart
  Return to Savvy Consumer Information Center - Home Page     Use this Personal Prevention Chart to keep track of...
URL: http://savvyconsumer.org/help/health/healthy50plus/50prevch.htm   Score: 1%   Date: 2006-03-02   Size: 5 kB

223. FCIC: Glove Box Tips - How to Choose the Right Body Shop
  Return to Savvy Consumer Information Center - Home Page     How to Choose the Right Body Shop Your chances...
URL: http://savvyconsumer.org/help/cars/glovebox/tm07.htm   Score: 1%   Date: 2006-03-02   Size: 10 kB

224. Buying a Used Car
  Return to Savvy Consumer Information Center - Home Page     Buying a Used Car March 1998 B efore you...
URL: http://savvyconsumer.org/help/cars/usedcar/usedcar.htm   Score: 1%   Date: 2006-03-02   Size: 34 kB

225. FCIC - How to Keep Your Heart Healthy
How to Keep Your Heart Healthy By Michelle Meadows Sixty-two-year-old Jack Andre says having a heart attack in March 2003 was...
URL: http://savvyconsumer.org/help/health/heart-healthy/heart-healthy.htm   Score: 1%   Date: 2006-03-02   Size: 30 kB

226. FCIC: Think It Through: A Guide to Managing the Benefits and...
Although medicines can make you feel better and help you get well, it's important to know all medicines have risks as well as benefits.
URL: http://savvyconsumer.org/help/health/think-through/t_guide.htm   Score: 1%   Date: 2006-03-02   Size: 17 kB

227. Savvy Consumer: Are Bioengineered Foods Safe?
Using the techniques of modern biotechnology, food manufacturers have altered the inherited make-up of certain food crops to give them various beneficial genes. While FDA believes these bioengineered foods are as safe as foods created through traditional breeding, controversies have arisen, particularly in Europe, about the wholesomeness of these products. FDA Commissioner Jane E. Henney discusses the issues surrounding these products.
URL: http://savvyconsumer.org/help/food/bio-engineer/food.html   Score: 1%   Date: 2006-03-02   Size: 29 kB

228. Colds and Flu: Time Only Sure Cure
  Return to Savvy Consumer Information Center - Home Page     Colds and Flu: Time Only Sure Cure by Tamar...
URL: http://savvyconsumer.org/help/health/coldflu/896_flu.html   Score: 1%   Date: 2006-03-02   Size: 31 kB

229. Savvy Consumer: Personal Emergency Response Systems
  Return to Savvy Consumer Information Center - Home Page     Personal Emergency Response Systems March 2001 Federal Trade Commission...
URL: http://savvyconsumer.org/help/health/pers/t_pers.htm   Score: 1%   Date: 2006-03-02   Size: 9 kB

230. Facts About Formaldehyde
  Return to Savvy Consumer Information Center - Home Page     Excessive Formaldehyde Q: What is formaldehyde? A: It is...
URL: http://savvyconsumer.org/help/housing/indoorair-hazards/form.html   Score: 1%   Date: 2006-03-02   Size: 6 kB


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