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How can I get tested for the coronavirus? Can I get an at-home test for COVID-19? Which are the best tests? Are any tests free?
Coronavirus (COVID-19) Tests: Where to get COVID-19 tests, including information about free testing, home testing and more. Information about SARS-CoV-2 virus tests, antibody tests and FDA approved tests.
Can iPhones interfere with pacemakers and implantable defibrillators? Which devices are affected?
iPhones with wireless charging can interfere with implanted pacemakers and implantable defibrillators according to a new study. Get the details, including which iPhone models were tested and what you can do to stay safe.
COVID Home Test Limitations
COVID-19 home tests, like the 15-minute Abbott BinaxNOW, have significant limitations in real-world use according to a recent study.
Electrolytes & Sports Drinks Review
See Which Sports Drinks, Powders, and Pills Deliver the Right Electrolytes
Protein Powders, Shakes, and Meal Replacements Review
Find Out Which Protein Products Passed or Failed Our Tests
Recalls & Warnings
February 25, 2022
Similac, Other Infant Formulas Recalled, Linked to Illness and One Death
Update: (3/7/22) This recall has been expanded to include one lot of Similac PM 60/40 following the death of an infant who tested positive for Cronobacter sakazaki and consumed Similac PM ...
What are the health benefits of tart cherry juice?
See the evidence for tart cherry juice health benefits from clinical studies. Find out if tart cherry has anti-inflammatory effects, if it can improve sleep, lower high blood pressure, or help for muscle pain and osteoarthritis.
Recalls & Warnings
February 27, 2009
$4 Million Settlement by Supplement Maker for False Claims
On February 26, 2009, the Texas Attorney General announced that an agreement was reached with Mannatech Inc. and its former CEO, Samuel L. Caster, both of which had been charged with orchestrating an unlawful marketing scheme that exaggerated their products’ health benefits.