SHOW #49 (March 8, 2015) HOW DO CREDIT SCORES REALLY WORK? Also: Pruning tips from Ed
Hume, superbugs and reducing the use of antibiotics on the farm, why
consumer groups donít like the presidentís Privacy Bill of Rights and
protecting yourself from ID theft.
Here are links to more information on the stories covered on this show.
Whether you like it or not, credit scores affect many important
aspects of your life. A low score could stop you from renting an
apartment or getting a credit card. A good score could mean a lower
interest rate when you borrow. So itís important to know how credit
scores work. These articles from CreditSeasame.com will get you started:
Ed Hume, the premiere expert on Northwest gardening, is celebrating his
57th year as a gardening personality. You've seen him on TV and heard him
on the radio and read his columns. You'll find a variety of valuable information
and tips on Ed's website: HumeSeeds.com.
The ASPCA has compiled some of the most common food labels and
what they really mean for farm animals in a
downloadable label guide. The ASPCAís Truth About Chicken
campaign is designed to push for more chickens raised in a humane
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