Consumers can protect themselves against identity theft by not giving personal information in response to email or phone messages, keeping information in a safe place, and replacing lost or stolen identification cards, r... More »

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Some so-called "super foods" are thought to help prevent cancer from developing, notes WebMD. These foods include garlic, broccoli, tomatoes, strawberries, carrots, spinach and whole grains. More »

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A satellite dish can be protected against snow by using a satellite dish heater, a fabric cover or a spray that repels moisture. These methods can cost anywhere from $30 to $180, as of 2015. Some major satellite provider... More »

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The Identity Theft Penalty Enhancement Act passed in 2004 made identity theft an aggravated crime and put in place a mandatory two year prison sentence for the transgression, reports Identity Theft Awareness. This senten... More »

Consumers should put credit reports, not Social Security numbers, on fraud alert when they suspect identity theft or other misuse of financial or personal information, reports the Federal Trade Commission. The Office of ... More »

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Tax-related identity theft and telephone fraud are types of social security number scams, notes USA.gov. Scam artists may also fraudulently obtain social security numbers in order to misdirect social security payments, s... More »

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Guard against identity theft by minimizing social networking presence, keeping virus protection up to date on the computer and shredding sensitive documents. Creating strong passwords for accounts and increasing Wi-Fi se... More »