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EpiPen Manufacturer Offers Discount Coupons After Backlash Over 400% Price HikeAfter a furor over what appears to be price-gouging, the drug maker of life-saving EpiPen Auto-Injectors is offering discounts to patients who use them.
Another 'Green' Car Seat Tests Positive For Cancer-Causing Chemical Flame RetardantAn analysis of a child car seat marketed to the public as not containing a cancer-causing flame retardant has found that the car seat indeed tests positive for the carcinogen.
North Korea Launches Netflix-Type Service Called 'Manbang'North Korea has developed its own version of Netflix, which can stream video titles offered by the country's state-controlled intranet.
Volkswagen, Dealers Reach Tentative Deal In Emissions Cheating ScandalVolkswagen has reached a tentative deal with its U.S. dealers to compensate them for losses they said they suffered as a result of the company's emissions cheating scandal.
Berkeley ‘Soda Tax’ Leading To Reduced Sugary Drink Consumption, Study FindsPeople in Berkeley cutting down on sugary drinks since the so-called “soda tax” went into effect, according to a new study.
Free Weekend As National Park Service Turning 100-Years OldThe National Park Service turns 100-years old Thursday, and it's celebrating all weekend long.
Ford Recalls 88,000 Vehicles Due To Stalling ProblemFord is recalling more than 88,000 cars and SUVs in North America because the engines can stall without warning due to a fuel pump problem.
Lawmakers Call For Investigation Into 400 Percent Price Hike Of Life-Saving EpiPenThe cost of life saving EpiPens has soared 400% since its maker Mylan acquired the product in 2007, and now Congress wants to know why.
Dissolving Batteries To Power Swallowable Medical Devices Of The FutureSomeday soon, you may be able to swallow a non-toxic, battery-powered device for diagnosing and treating diseases.
Forget Parking: Number Of Cars In The Bay Area RisingIt might not be rising as fast as the population, but the number of cars in San Francisco competing for a finite amount of land on which to drive and park is going up.
Tesla Claims Model S Version Now Fastest Production Car In The World From 0-60Tesla Motors says a version of the Model S electric car is now the quickest production car in the world from zero to 60 miles per hour.
Lego Store Opening In San FranciscoSan Francisco’s first Lego store is opening Friday and will have special giveaways through the weekend.

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