Eddie Bauer fabric infant carriers, the kind for which the British use the Native American-derived term “papoose,” have been recalled after several reports of buckles breaking. The carriers were sold at Target.
Burger King customers are taking to social media to tell how the fast food chain’s Halloween themed Scary Black Cherry Frozen Fanta drink has turned their poop colors, much like the Whopper’s black bun did in 2015.
McCain Foods said possible salmonella and/or listeria at its Colton, California plant caused it to recall the ingredients in various food products. These included house brands for Hy-Vee, Trader Joe’s and 7-Eleven.
As a haven for retirees, South Florida is a particularly “target-rich environment” vulnerable to Medicare fraud. The Medicare Fraud Strike Force is responsible for returning over $3 billion to Medicare.
The Transportation Safety Administration has been trying to encourage travel preparation with a ‘Don’t lose your booze’ campaign. But it’s firearms that are up in confiscations nationally and in Florida.
Seniors who drop Medicare to enroll in Medicare Advantage plans, then want to return to Medicare might not be able to purchase supplemental insurance policies, known as Medigap, due to preexisting conditions.
Researching Medicare can be a headache. Part A, Part B, and Part D for prescription drugs. There are Medicare Advantage plans and Medigap coverage. A guide to sorting out Medicare during open enrollment.
A produce supplier recalled corn and tomatillos as possibly contaminated with listeria and/or salmonella. This caused recalls of ready-to-eat salads sold under 7-Eleven, Trader Joe’s and 365 by Whole Foods brands.
To curb identity theft, the Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services (CMS) is mailing nearly 60 million new Medicare cards to beneficiaries. But scammers see the new cards as an ID theft opportunity.