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2015-11-17

Nearly Fraudulent Transaction: Purchased a set of NEW Fuel Injectors, Part Number:

35-81108 6D. Also purchased OVERNIGHT SHIPPING. The cost of the transaction was, $2,764.26 including overnight shipping. Received the product and inside were REMANUFACTURED Fuel Injectors. The remanufactured injectors are much less expensive and I was still charged the NEW cost.

I was contacted on November 12, 2015 by a Buy Auto Parts representative alerting me to the fact that the product was not in stock at there California facility and would be shipping from the manufacturer. I approved this shot delay as the delivery was setup for Saturday, Nov. 14, 2015 instead of the 13th.

The product arrived on the 14th as advised by the Buy Auto Parts representative. However upon inspecting the shipping information, this package was clearly shipped from their SanDiego, CA facility, NOT directly from the MANUFACTURER as I was lead to believe.

I understand PACKAGING mistakes happen. However when I called to rectify the shipment error the customer service representative, Russell claimed that the Friday phone call was to alert me that they only had the REMANUFACTURED product in stock. That was certainly NOT the conversation I had with the representative on Thursday, November 12.

I made an ASSUMPTION that a Self Proclaimed RESPECTABLE and HONORABLE CUSTOMER ORRIENTED retailer would want to make things right and honor the original purchase of the product advertised on their website. My assumption made an A## out of me!

BuyAutoParts.COM REFUSED to honor the product they sold me on their website. They made no rational explanation as to why they OVERCHARGED my credit card for the cost less expensive REMAUFACTURED Injectors. Also BuyAutoParts.com refused to send a call tag for the return of the product. Instead they Issued a return Label and asked that I drop the package off at the nearest FedEx facility. REALLY.

Summary: I ordered and Paid for BRAND New Product, TBuyAutoParts.com Shipped Less Expensive and Inferior Quality Remanufactured Product without any notice at all. BUYAUTOPARTS.com Charged My Credit Card for NEW Product not significantly LESS Expensive product they shipped.

BUYAUTOPARTS.com DID not make any attempt to Correct their “NEARLY FRAUDULENT” error by HONORING the PURCHASE I made in good faith on the BUYAUTOPARTS.com site. This was a $2764 transaction and BuyAutoParts.com had the opportunity to do the right thing and rectify their FAILURE and the REFUSED. This is why I have taken my time to illustrate my experience with the negligent and misleading online retailer BuyAutoParts.com.

I encourage a Representative at BuyAutoParts.com to make this transaction right by honoring the product they represent. Mistakes happen however the damage comes when the remedy/handling of mistakes is misguided and/or self-serving. Guess which way this transaction appears to be.


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Auto Racing Helmet Ratings

Auto racing helmets are rated by the Snell Foundation as either SA, M, or K rated.

Snell SA Rated Helmets:

Snell “SA” (Sports Application) rated professional helmets are designed for auto racing and provide extreme impact resistance and higher fire protection.

Snell M Rated Helmets:

Snell “M” (Motorcycle) rated helmets are designed for motorcycling and other motorsports. They offer slightly less protection than SA rated helmets.

Snell K Rated Helmets:

Snell “K” (Karting) rated helmets are designed for Karting applications. They are subjected to the same test standards as SA helmets except the do not require a fire retardant interior.

What are the key differences between SA and M Rated Helmets:

– SA standard requires flammability test while the M standard does not.

– SA standard has rollbar impact test while M standard does not.

– SA standard allows narrower visual field than M standard (Some SA helmets aren’t street legal).

How do I know if my helmet meets the necessary Snell requirements for the organizations that I race with?

Also, if you are considering the purchase of a Snell “M” rated helmet, be sure that your club will allow them. SCCA Solo does allow Snell “M” rated helmets, although some organizations that run high speed events will require Snell “SA” rated helmets. We recommend Snell “SA” rated helmets because they will be legal for any type automotive activity you participate in.


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Several different elements affect a vehicle’s overall safety capability

Crash tests. Frontal- and side- and rear impact crash tests are conducted by the Insurance Institute for Highway Safety and the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration. You’ll find crash-test ratings for all tested models on their Web sites.

You’ll also find crash-test results going back 10 years in the used car vehicle profiles. NHTSA revised its testing standards for the 2011 model year. This means that test results from prior years can’t be compared with results from 2011 forward. You can see the NHTSA and IIHS ratings on our vehicle profile pages .

Accident avoidance. A vehicle’s ability to help you avoid an accident is just as important as its ability to protect you in a crash. For every accident there are numerous near misses that statistics don’t reflect. Several factors contribute to a vehicle’s accident-avoidance capability, with the two most important being braking and emergency handling. Using our test data, Consumer Reports provides an accident-avoidance Rating on all tested vehicles.

Rollover resistance. Rollover accidents account for about 33 percent of all vehicle-occupant deaths and are of particular concern with SUVs and pickups. To help consumers compare vehicles, NHTSA provides a five-star rating system called the Rollover Resistance Rating (RRR). The RRR is based on two factors: a vehicle’s static stability factor (SSF) and a dynamic rollover test. The SSF, determined from static measurements of the vehicle, essentially indicates how top-heavy it is. The dynamic test simulates a driver having to make a series of sharp steering maneuvers, as can happen in an emergency. Vehicles that tip up fail the test, but it only downgrades the overall star rating slightly.

We think a vehicle that tips up in this type of situation has serious stability problems, and we will not recommend it. RRR ratings are available at www.safercar.gov . Click on the model’s name or star ratings to get more information, and scroll down to “Rollover.” Note that prior to 2004 models, NHTSA used only the SSF to determine rollover ratings, so there are no dynamic test results.

Rear-impact protection. Although rear enders have a low fatality rate they have a high injury rate, especially for whiplash neck injuries. The design of a car’s head restraints and seats are critical factors in how severe a whiplash injury will be. CR evaluates head restraints for all seating positions in every tested vehicle. Any problems are noted in our road-test reports.

Another good source for information on rear-impact protection is the IIHS website. The institute conducts evaluations of head restraints and performs dynamic rear-impact tests that measure how well the seat/head-restraint combinations in different models protect against whiplash.

Blind zones. Every year, children are injured and killed because drivers don’t see them while backing up. A contributing factor is that some larger vehicles, such as SUVs and pickups, have larger blind zones—the area behind a vehicle that the driver can’t see. See our report on the dangers of blind spots .

To check a vehicle’s blind spot yourself, sit in the driver’s seat of the parked vehicle while someone stands in back and holds out a hand at about waist level. Have the person walk back slowly until you can see the hand through the rear window. This will give you an idea of how big that vehicle’s blind spot is.

Power-window switches. Some vehicles have rocker- or toggle-type power-window switches that will raise the window when they are pressed down or forward. This is a very risky design because a child who is leaning out of an open window can accidentally kneel on the switch and close the window, possibly causing injury or death. A better design is a lever switch, which raises the window only when it’s pulled upward.

See our cars Safety section for more information.


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Minivan buying guide

Getting started

As a category, minivans provide the most spacious, versatile, and cost-effective solution for families on the go, but the rise of car-based crossover vehicles has caused the minivan market to shrink in recent years. Many models have been discontinued, some have been redesigned and re-imagined, and those that march on are either quite traditional in design or are daring to be different in order to attract minivan-adverse customers. Minivans continue to improve in overall refinement while introducing clever packaging features and leading-edge entertainment solutions.

Why buy a minivan?

Key things to consider

What you’ll spend

Engines and fuel economy

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Cargo

The versatile seating configurations of a minivan mean that nearly all of the space behind the front seats can be used for cargo, if needed. This is done with second- and third-row seats that are either removable or fold down into the floor. The most convenient type of third-row seat is one with a split design, so that one section can be folded down while allowing someone to sit in the other section. Some models have seats that fold electrically.

When comparing models, try removing and folding the various seats to see which designs are easier to lower, raise, and/or remove. In our testing, we find that there is a significant difference, and some seats may be too heavy or cumbersome for smaller adults to remove without assistance. Minivans also typically have wide rear openings and lower floors than SUVs, which make loading easier. They usually have maximum weight loads of 1,100 pounds or more, which is more than most SUVs have.


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Best Car Battery: Top Brands, Reviews and Ratings

The best car battery brands are those that have worked and been reliable for many years. These batteries are mainly a type of car battery replacement, as the battery in your car has lost all of its charge or broken. There are 3 companies that produce all of the main brand car batteries in the US, though you will find many different brands to choose from. Car battery prices vary depending on the brand, and there are brands that provide batteries for all budgets.

DieHard Batteries

DieHard batteries are some of the best on the market as they were originally marketed as batteries that last forever. As cars have been built to last longer, that slogan no longer stands. However DieHard batteries are still some of the most highly recommended car batteries available. DieHard batteries can be purchased at Sears. They come with a full replacement warranty for the first 3 years. All DieHard products will start the car in every kind of weather and are completely maintenance free. At 0 degrees Fahrenheit, the cold cranking amps is rated at 875 and the battery has a reserve of 145 minutes. It is a lead acid battery with 6 cells. Expect to spend between $150 to $300 for a DieHard car battery.

Optima batteries are some of the best AGM batteries available. Optima has 3 main categories of batteries, red top for automotive starting, blue top for RV’s and marine purposes and yellow top for deep cycling. The red top batteries are high performance car batteries that have high cold crank amps and will start your car every time, no matter the conditions. These batteries last longer and outperform other traditional car batteries. They have a high resistance to the common causes of car battery failure. The yellow top batteries are perfect for vehicles that have plenty of accessories, such as high performance stereo systems, hydraulics and more. This is a type of deep cycle battery, so it provides power for a long time. However unlike most other deep cycle batteries it also has enough power to start your car whenever you need it. If you have an RV, then the blue top option is best. It has more running time and much more recharge than other traditional batteries. This battery provides efficient power and has a very fast recharging time. Optima car batteries are some of the most expensive available and can cost from $125 to $250 dollars, though most can be found for about $150.

A Great Discount Car Battery

A high quality battery available from Costco is the Kirkland Signature car batteries. These rank right up there with some of the best high performance batteries but are about half the price. This brand of battery is known as an excellent cold weather battery, as it has high cold crank amps ranking. They also have a good warranty, and if the battery does fail, you will get a full refund. They produce batteries for most cars and are an excellent choice for those on a budget. You must be a member of Costco to be able to purchase this battery.

Related Questions and Answers

What are the Cheapest Car Batteries with Warranties?

Finding the cheapest car batteries on the market is easy. There are several comparison websites that you can use to choose to find the right battery in your brand and size. A few of the cheapest general brands of batteries that are on the market are as follows, but do check current rates for all batteries. Optima Red Top retails a relatively low price but with a three year warranty. Walmart also has great batteries called the EVERSTART brand that are good value for money. These also come with a three year warranty, which is good value for mone. Costco offers almost the same deal with a three year warranty. Interstate has several varieties that are cheap, but with three year warranties. Use this as a general guide, and find the right battery for your own requirements.

What Car Battery Manufacturers Offer the Longest Warranties?

There are many car battery manufacturers on the market, but the warranties on each battery will vary. Exide batteries are listed as the best in the market by Popular Mechanics. They create high quality batteries that come with a 40-month offer of free substitutes as well as an offer of a 108-month partial warranty. Optima Yellow Tops are ideal for high use cars and they have different warranties for their batteries. On an average, they have a 24-36 month free replacement policy, but check with the manufacturer for more details. Everstart and Kirkland Signature are two batteries that are offered by Walmart and Costco respectively, and have almost the same warranty periods of 3 years.

How Long Should You Leave a Car Battery Jump Starter On Before and After Jumpstarting a Car?

When you use a car battery jump starter to start your car, you should be able to use your car in a minute. Your jump starter should have a full charge and it should be attached with tight connections. When the car has started, remove the cables. If your car does not start on the first attempt, then you have to leave the jumper cables on for 5-10 minutes so that the battery will start up again. Once the car runs, disconnect the jumpers and then take your car out for a ride to charge up the battery again. But if you keep requiring jump starts for your car, you will need a new battery.


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I find it too repetitive to be honest.

I have tried to like Dora the Explorer, as I am all for educational shows. For example Tots TV, Sesame Street and Rosie and Jim were educational and all three of them I loved as a kid because they were also a lot of fun. As an 18 year old girl, I kept in consideration that this was a kids show, but sorry I don t like it. The first problem and my major problem with Dora the Explorer is that it is too repetitive. The scripting, the music, the story lines. they felt the same in every episode. Another problem is that I for one don t find it educational, there was an episode when Dora I think counted to ten in Spanish. Kids will definitely find that educational, but for someone who studied Spanish for two years, I couldn t help rolling my eyes at something I already knew. Then the story lines are unoriginal for the most part, the music is forgettable(to me that is though I do appreciate that they were keeping it simple for kids to remember, but I personally felt they went overboard with the simplicity), the characters are thin, the writing is shallow and for me the voice acting was unexceptional. On a plus, the animation was nice to look at, simple but colourful and bright. Overall, sorry but I don t like it, kids will love it but being older it doesn t appeal to me. 1/10 for the animation. Bethany Cox

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Chevrolet Silverado 1500

The Chevrolet Silverado 1500 is the bowtie brand’s full-size, light-duty pickup truck. It’s a perennial best-seller, and a relative of the GMC Sierra.

Competition for the Silverado includes the Ram 1500, Ford F-150, Toyota Tundra and Nissan Titan.

Like any good pickup, the Silverado is available in a number of styles and trim levels that range from work trucks to more luxurious options such as the High Country model. As of its redesign for the 2014 model year, the Silverado is stronger, more efficient, and more pleasant to be in and drive than ever.

The 2017 variant’s biggest change is the availability of automatic emergency braking on top-tier models.

The new Chevrolet Silverado 1500

The Chevy Silverado was extensively refreshed for 2014, with an upright, chiseled look inside and out; a stronger yet more fuel-efficient lineup of engines; quieter, more refined cabins; and a noteworthy set of safety and infotainment technology. The beefier visage nods to the looks of Chevy’s HD trucks while adding a luxury-car feature set to the top of the lineup.

Under the hood, the Silverado has been fitted with a new generation of GM V-6 and V-8 engines, all with a common architecture, direct injection, cylinder deactivation, and continuously variable valve timing. Gas mileage, power, and torque are all improved. The base engine is a 285-horsepower, 4.3-liter V-6, the mid-level is a 5.3-liter V-8 good for 355 hp, and the top choice is a 6.2-liter V-8 making 420 hp. All used 6-speed transmissions at the beginning, though the 6.2-liter was upgraded to a new 8-speed auto for 2015, and high-line versions of the 5.3-liter V-8 got it in 2016. The new trucks are truly modern and very competitive with their domestic counterparts.

Chevy has added several active-safety features as options on the latest Silverado, including lane-departure warning and collision warning. For 2016, it also got IntelliBeam headlights and active lane keep. The infotainment system uses Chevy’s latest MyLink software, which can stream audio from Pandora, connect to Bluetooth phones, and accept voice commands or inputs through its 8.0-inch touchscreen. The processor has been upgraded for 2016, and a version with a 7.0-inch touchscreen has been added for lower line models. The extended-cab trucks have switched to front-hinged short doors, with longer doors available and tied to more rear-seat room on crew-cab models. The tailgate is damped for a soft landing when opened, there are lights in the cargo bed, and the rear bumper has small steps integrated into its corners for easier access to cargo.

Updates were few for 2015. In addition to the new transmission, they included available LTE connectivity for OnStar, which could also be used as a wi-fi hotspot. Chevy also offered a Black Out package for WT (work truck) models, which did exactly what you’d expect to the trim and wheels. The Silverado Custom was also added as an LS double cab with 20-inch wheels, chrome bumpers, chrome mirror caps, and a few other dress-up items, creating what can be referred to as a special-value package.

Other 2016 changes include the addition of wireless phone charging for models with front bucket seats, new power-articulating side steps for the High Country, and an available remote locking tailgate.

For 2017, automatic emergency braking was added to top trim levels, and a teen driver safety feature was added to all trims that can notify parents if teens are speeding, driving too far, or triggering automatic safety systems.

The Silverado has been on sale since 1999, when General Motors gave the name to its C/K pickup trucks developed under the code name GMT800. In that first generation, the Silverado carried on with the rugged look and capability that GM’s trucks used to battle the Ford F-150, their sales arch-rival. From the 1999 to the 2006 model year, the Silverado was sold in hundreds of configurations—nearly all of them powered by a V-8 engine teamed to a four-speed automatic transmission. A 5-speed automatic came later, as did GM’s first hybrid—which in this case was a very “mild” hybrid which simply stored some recouped energy to feed electrical systems, including a power point in its pickup bed.

In 2007, GM introduced the first of the “GMT900” trucks—the project was accelerated as GM hoped strong sales would lift it back into profitability. While that didn’t quite pan out, the GMT900s were an instant success, receiving good reviews for their more upscale styling, rich interiors, and improved drivetrains. The Silverado remained one of the best full-size trucks for its seemingly endless variety of configurations: three body styles that offered seating for up to six in front of a bed that came in short and long variants.

This Silverado shared its running gear with many vehicles across the GM brands. The Chevrolet Silverado, Avalanche, Suburban, and Tahoe all were related, as were the heavy-duty versions of the Silverado and Suburban. GMC’s Sierra, Suburban, and Yukon were almost identical to them, spun from the same architecture, as was the Cadillac Escalade. The Hummer H2 was also a distant cousin of these trucks and sport-utility vehicles.

This Silverado also offered a plainer and a quite nice interior design; a choice of four gas engines and a Two-Mode Hybrid model; and rear- or four-wheel drive. The most powerful, 403-hp V-8 Silverado had fuel economy of 12 mpg city, 19 highway, but the Hybrid edition earned ratings of 20 mpg city, 23 highway, according to the EPA. Towing topped out at more than 10,700 pounds. While the Silverado’s rear seats were a little too vertical, the interior was as comfortable as the competitors’, save for the Ram 1500. Advanced features ranged from a trailer-sway mode in the stability-control system, to dealer-installed wireless internet access.

Changes were minimal going through 2013. Powertrain Grade Braking—to improve stability on hills, when towing—was included for 2013 in all models with the 6-speed automatic.

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Overall I’m pleased with the truck. Having owned it for sever months I’ve come to find the stiff suspension is a bit punishing over bad pavement but otherwise smooth on average to good pavement. The 8 speed. Overall I’m pleased with the truck. Having owned it for sever months I’ve come to find the stiff suspension is a bit punishing over bad pavement but otherwise smooth on average to good pavement. The 8 speed transmission can prove quirky at times as well as the AFM but relative to the good gas mileage it routinely gets I feel it’s tolerable. So far no problems in the first 12 months. + More

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GM knocked it out of the park!

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  • I previously owned a 2007 Silverado Classic and loved it. I was not a fan of the following generation, but with GM’s introduction of the redesigned Silverado’s, they’ve completely knocked it out of the park. I previously owned a 2007 Silverado Classic and loved it. I was not a fan of the following generation, but with GM’s introduction of the redesigned Silverado’s, they’ve completely knocked it out of the park with look and performance. My 2016 Silverado is performs like a dream!

    In my opinion, people tend to overreact to the F150’s aluminum body and twin turbo V6 package, claiming that it is lighter and more fuel efficient. What people don’t realize is the truck will now be required to run premium gas to meet the standards they “say” they put out, making it now less cost-effective. Further, insurance premiums and cost will rise as well due to the cost of maintenance to the aluminum body.

    In conclusion, the F150 does not compare to the Silverado at all. + More

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    2015 Chevrolet Silverado 1500 4WD Crew Cab 143.5″ LT w/2LT

    Excellent truck

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  • My only beef with my truck is there is noise coming from the engine. It sounds like a belt noise. I have had it at my selling dealer 4 times in 21 thousand miles for normal service and have told the service. My only beef with my truck is there is noise coming from the engine. It sounds like a belt noise. I have had it at my selling dealer 4 times in 21 thousand miles for normal service and have told the service writer each time about it. They say they don’t hear anything. The problem with that is they don’t log my complaint in to the records. I figure they will hear the noise after the warranty runs out and the water pump or alt craps out. Otherwise I am very satisfied. The truck has the 5.3 engine with 3.23 gears and is a 4×4 extended cab. In over 23000 miles my truck has given me an average of 18 mpg. Might not sound like much but I have a heavy foot and I don’t baby my truck (I don,t beat it either) I use it as it is intended,On long trips it gets good mileage and is very comfortable + More

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    Uncovering the man, uncovering the truth.

    On January 28th 1986, the Space Shuttle Challenger broke up 73 seconds after the twenty-fifth Space Shuttle launch, killing all seven of its crew members. The disaster was, at the time, the most catastrophic loss in NASA history and is still remembered as one of the most disastrous and heartbreaking days in human space exploration. Following the tragedy a Commission was set up to get to the bottom of the disaster and uncover the cause of shuttle failure. On the Commission was perhaps the most famous of the twentieth century, Richard Feynman.

    The Challenger (formerly titled Feynman and the Challenger) is a made for TV movie which first aired on the BBC on March 18th 2013. The film focuses on the role Richard Feynman (William Hurt) played in the Commission and the lengths that he went to; to prove what was really behind the Shuttle s failure that January morning. The film intersperses real footage, including that of the actual event with dramatisations of Feynman s quest for answers which are taken from Feynman s autobiographical book What Do You Care What Other People Think? The movie is well researched and generally very well made and features a terrific central performance and compelling story.

    I was born just under a month after the Challenger disaster but it was a part of my childhood. My parents had a huge poster on the stairs of one of the houses I grew up in of the crew and the Shuttle which used to intrigue and haunt me. As I got older I became very interested in Space exploration and in my twenties threw off the horrors of High School Physics lessons to become interested in physics. I am to physics what a football fan is to football. I m fascinated by it and get engrossed in small details but put me on the field and I d lose the ball faster than the speed of light. I am an enthusiastic amateur. All of the above is a very long and drawn out way of saying that the plot of The Challenger is of great interest to me. Its principle character Richard Feynman is a man who I have some but not much knowledge of and most of my knowledge comes from the odd popular science book, YouTube clips and occasional popular science lecture delivered by the likes of Prof. Brian Cox, Simon Singh and Ben Goldacre as well as the comedy of Robin Ince. I was fascinated then to learn more.

    The film introduced me to a Feynman I wasn t expecting to meet. The Feynman I ve seen footage of was controlled and firm and had a distinguishable but refined Queens accent. William Hurt s Feynman is much more Californian . His accent is slightly different and his portrayal is more agitated and messy. I don t mean any of this in a bad way though and think it matches the state that the man was in both mentally and physically. Although slightly dishevelled, Hurt has more than a passing resemblance to the scientist he is portraying. What is obvious from the film is that the budget doesn t match that of an average theatrical film. There are corners cut in various places which sometimes detracts slightly from the movie as a whole but luckily the story is strong enough that it rarely gets in the way.

    The plot is deeply fascinating and encompasses physics, ethics, finance and politics. All four combine in a tense and agitated melting pot which forms the Commission and it soon becomes apparent that Feynman is coming at the case from a different angle to the majority of the Commissioners. Early on he is frustrated by a lack of pace in the meetings and then he is stifled by the rigours step by step process. Feynman takes it upon himself to dig around and visits various NASA facilities in which he is viewed with suspicion by scientists and technicians scared to be held accountable. This sets up more conflict in the Commission and Feynman finds himself short of allies. He does however find a friend in Air force General Kutyna (Bruce Greenwood) who, like the audience by now, is sympathetic to the Physicist s cause. What follows is a slow unravelling of the facts which without Feynman may never have come to light.

    The film treads a thin line between telling the truth and attacking the likes of NASA and Solid Rocket manufacturer Morton Thiokol much as Feynman did himself. Although my limited knowledge gave me some insight into the disaster and subsequent findings I was fascinated to be taken on the journey towards the discovery and felt that the film blended this with Feynman s health issues very well. It was clear from the outset that this was about Challenger first and his health second, something which again mirrors Feynman himself. Even the title of the movie can refer to the craft and the man. Occasionally I found myself questioning cover-ups and discoveries which seemed a little too dramatic and possibly exaggerated but my knowledge doesn t extend far enough to know what was real and what was invented. It is my belief and hope though that the vast majority of what I saw on screen was real. The actual footage certainly was and despite having seen it numerous times, it s still heartbreakingly sad.

    Overall The Challenger manages to get to the heart of the disaster and uncovers a man who deserves to be better known than he is. William Hurt is superb and the plot is fascinating in every detail. I had a few problems with realism and dramatic licence and the budget caused some issues but overall I d recommend the movie to anyone with a passing interest in NASA, the disaster, Richard Feynman or just good detective thrillers. Like most good true stories it made me want to learn more for myself which on its own proves the movie was a success.

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    Health insurer Aetna Inc. said Thursday it will move its corporate headquarters to New York City from Hartford, Connecticut in late 2018. New York City is a knowledge economy hub, and a driver of the innovations that will play a significant part in our ongoing transformation, Aetna Chairman and CEO Mark T. Bertolini said in a statement. The company will bring 250 new jobs to the state, New York Gov. Andrew Cuomo said in the statement. Aetna said the move will have minimal impact on its Connecticut associates, who will continue to be based there. However, Aetna s long-term commitment to Connecticut will be based on the state s economic health, it said, adding it is hopeful that lawmakers can reach an agreement to restore the state s economic health. Hartford is currently teetering on the edge of a rare municipal bankruptcy as it struggles to close a roughly $50 million budget gap, as The Wall Street Journal has reported. Aetna shares have gained 22.3% in 2017, while the S P 500 has gained about 9%.

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    Aetna becomes latest Connecticut employer to relocate

    • Jun. 29, 2017 at 10:22 a.m. ET
    • by Ciara Linnane
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    • by Emma Court
    • Jun. 22, 2017 at 4:37 p.m. ET
    • by Sara Sjolin

    Hospital system stocks rallied as much as 8% on Thursday following the release of the Senate GOP health bill, which appears to be more favorable to hospitals than the House of Representatives bill passed in early May. Tenet Healthcare Corporation shares jumped 8%, Community Health Systems Inc. shares skyrocketed 8.2%, HCA Healthcare Inc. shares rose 3.6% and Universal Health Services Inc. shares lifted 2.6% in midday trade, compared with a 1.6% rise in the Health Care Select Sector SPDR. Health insurer stocks also rose Tuesday, with UnitedHealth Group shares up 1.4%, Aetna Inc. stock rising 1.1%, Humana Inc. shares lifting 1.3% and Anthem Inc. shares up 0.9%, compared with a 0.2% rise in the S P 500. The Senate health bill tries to phase in the pain of changes to the Affordable Care Act like Medicaid spending cuts, said Spencer Perlman, director of health-care research at Veda Partners, who described the Senate plan as having the same architecture but nicer furnishings. Still, the benefit for hospitals is only in the short-term and thus probably overdone, he said. Clearly, the Senate bill is viewed as less disruptive than the House bill to the number of people currently receiving insurance, said Stefanie Miller, senior analyst at Height Securities. But the initial reaction may have oversimplified how different this bill is, she said, predicting that stocks that have risen on the news may be rebalancing in the coming days. Drug stocks also rose in Tuesday trade, with the SPDR S P Pharmaceutical ETF rising 1.7% and the SPDR S P Biotech ETF rising 1.6%, which could be happening because the health bill has given investors confidence in Republicans achieving another legislative priority, tax reform, Miller said. Shares of the Health Care Select Sector SPDR have risen 8.7% over the last three months, compared with a 3.9% rise in the S P 500.

    • Jun. 22, 2017 at 1:31 p.m. ET
    • by Emma Court
    • Jun. 20, 2017 at 12:25 p.m. ET
    • by Michael Brush

    Aetna stock price target raised to $162 from $147 at RBC Capital

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    • Jun. 9, 2017 at 7:07 a.m. ET
    • by Tomi Kilgore

    Aetna started at overweight with $162 stock price target at Morgan Stanley

    Aetna started at overweight with $162 stock price target at Morgan Stanley

    • Jun. 7, 2017 at 9:01 a.m. ET
    • by Tomi Kilgore

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    • May. 31, 2017 at 2:55 p.m. ET
    • by MarketWatch.com

    Exact Sciences Corp. stock surged 9.5% in premarket trade after UnitedHealth Group Inc. said it plans to cover the company s colon cancer test starting on July 1. Exact Sciences Corp. was targeted by short-seller Citron Research earlier this month, and one of the short-seller s allegations was that UnitedHealth Group wouldn t ever cover the test. UnitedHealth will cover the Cologuard test on an interval of once every three years, adding about 30 million lives for the test, another major win for EXAS, a coverage decision that comes in nearly a year before we expected, said Canaccord Genuity analyst Mark Massaro, who maintained a buy rating and raised his price target to $40 from $38. The decision adds UnitedHealth Group to a list of health insurers covering Cologuard including Aetna. Humana. Cigna and more, Massaro said. Exact Sciences shares have skyrocketed 51.7% over the last three months, compared with a 2.1% rise in the S P 500.

    • May. 31, 2017 at 9:08 a.m. ET
    • by Emma Court
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    • by Anna Wilde Mathews

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    Uses

    Carisoprodol is used short-term to treat muscle pain and discomfort. It is usually used along with rest, physical therapy, and other treatments. It works by helping to relax the muscles.

    How to use Soma

    Take this medication by mouth with or without food as directed by your doctor, usually 4 times a day.

    The dosage is based on your medical condition and response to treatment. This medication should only be used short-term (for 3 weeks or less) unless directed by your doctor. Do not increase your dose or use this drug more often or for longer than prescribed. Your condition will not improve any faster, and your risk of side effects will increase.

    This medication may cause withdrawal reactions, especially if it has been used regularly for a long time or in high doses. In such cases, withdrawal symptoms (such as stomach cramps. trouble sleeping. headache. nausea ) may occur if you suddenly stop using this medication. To prevent withdrawal reactions, your doctor may reduce your dose gradually. Consult your doctor or pharmacist for more details, and report any withdrawal reactions right away.

    Along with its benefits, this medication may rarely cause abnormal drug-seeking behavior (addiction ). This risk may be increased if you have abused alcohol or drugs in the past. Take this medication exactly as prescribed to lessen the risk of addiction.

    Tell your doctor if your condition persists after 2 to 3 weeks or if it worsens.

    Side Effects

    Dizziness. drowsiness, or headache may occur. If any of these effects persist or worsen, tell your doctor or pharmacist promptly.

    Remember that your doctor has prescribed this medication because he or she has judged that the benefit to you is greater than the risk of side effects. Many people using this medication do not have serious side effects.

    Tell your doctor right away if you have any serious side effects, including: confusion.

    A very serious allergic reaction to this drug is rare. However, get medical help right away if you notice any symptoms of a serious allergic reaction. including: rash. itching /swelling (especially of the face/tongue /throat), severe dizziness, trouble breathing .

    This is not a complete list of possible side effects. If you notice other effects not listed above, contact your doctor or pharmacist.

    Call your doctor for medical advice about side effects. You may report side effects to FDA at 1-800-FDA-1088 or at www.fda.gov/medwatch.

    In Canada – Call your doctor for medical advice about side effects. You may report side effects to Health Canada at 1-866-234-2345.

    Precautions

    Before taking carisoprodol. tell your doctor or pharmacist if you are allergic to it; or to meprobamate. tybamate, or mebutamate; or if you have any other allergies. This product may contain inactive ingredients, which can cause allergic reactions or other problems. Talk to your pharmacist for more details.

    Before using this medication. tell your doctor or pharmacist your medical history, especially of: a certain blood disorder (acute intermittent porphyria ), kidney disease. liver disease, seizure. personal or family history of regular use/abuse of drugs/alcohol.

    This drug may make you dizzy or drowsy. Do not drive, use machinery, or do any activity that requires alertness until you are sure you can perform such activities safely. Avoid alcoholic beverages.

    Before having surgery, tell your doctor or dentist about all the products you use (including prescription drugs. nonprescription drugs, and herbal products).

    Older adults may be more sensitive to the side effects of this drug, especially drowsiness, or confusion. These side effects can increase the risk of falling.

    This medication is not recommended for use during the first 3 months of pregnancy. It may harm an unborn baby. During the last 6 months of pregnancy. this medication should be used only when clearly needed. Discuss the risks and benefits with your doctor.

    This medication passes into breast milk and may have undesirable effects on a nursing infant. Consult your doctor before breast -feeding.

    Interactions

    Drug interactions may change how your medications work or increase your risk for serious side effects. This document does not contain all possible drug interactions. Keep a list of all the products you use (including prescription/nonprescription drugs and herbal products) and share it with your doctor and pharmacist. Do not start, stop, or change the dosage of any medicines without your doctor’s approval.

    Check the labels on all your medicines (such as allergy or cough -and-cold products) because they may contain ingredients that cause drowsiness. Ask your pharmacist about using those products safely.

    Overdose

    If someone has overdosed and has serious symptoms such as passing out or trouble breathing. call 911. Otherwise, call a poison control center right away. US residents can call their local poison control center at 1-800-222-1222. Canada residents can call a provincial poison control center. Symptoms of overdose may include: severe drowsiness/dizziness. seizures. slow/shallow breathing, mental/mood changes (such as confusion, hallucinations ), inability to move your legs/arms, shaky/unsteady movement, vision changes (such as blurred vision ).

    Notes

    Do not share this medication with others. It is against the law.

    This medication has been prescribed for your current condition only. Do not use it later for another condition unless your doctor directs you to do so. A different medication may be necessary in that case.

    Missed Dose

    If you miss a dose, take it as soon as you remember. If it is near the time of the next dose, skip themissed dose and resume your usual dosing schedule. Do not double the dose to catch up.

    Storage

    Store at room temperature away from light and moisture. Do not store in the bathroom. Keep all medications away from children and pets.

    Do not flush medications down the toilet or pour them into a drain unless instructed to do so. Properly discard this product when it is expired or no longer needed. Consult your pharmacist or local waste disposal company.Information last revised November 2016. Copyright(c) 2016 First Databank, Inc.

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