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Monday, October 22, 2012

Monday Reading: Some Clinics Raffle Off Chances for Fertility Treatment

A variety of consumer-focused articles appears daily in The New York Times and on our blogs. Each weekday morning, we gather them together here so you can quickly scan the news that could hit you in your wallet.

  • Raffling off a chance for in vitro fertilization. (National)
  • When the Web's chaos takes an ugly turn. (Sunday Business)
  • The end is nigh for certain tax exemptions. (Real Estate)
  • A cab tailored to wheelchair users. (Automobiles)
  • Silicon Valley perks come home. (National)
  • Boys now enter puberty younger, study suggests. (National)
  • Despite fans' fears, Disney's Country Bears remain corny. (Arts)
  • Microsoft shifts privacy rules, but uproar is absent. (Business)
  • You don't work as hard as you say you do. (Economix)
  • How are 7-inch tablets doing? (Bits)
  • An app to help find apps. (Gadgetwise)
  • From radiation to smog, numbers for the public. (Green)
  • Some schools try to ban “Flamin' Hot Cheetos.” (Well)
  • Elections, politics and a house divided. (Motherlode)
  • Depending on the favored child. (The New Old Age)
  • Meningitis risk haunts 14,000. (National)
  • Microsoft Windows gets a major makeover. (Business)
  • A tiny camera for the stratosphere. (Bits)
  • Eating Well magazine has new lease on life. (Business)
  • Your fees, their bank. (Economix)
  • More on maps. (Gadgetwise)
  • In fight against obesity, drink sizes matter. (Well)
  • Answers to questions about SAT and ACT, part one. (The Choice)