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Thursday, October 25, 2012

Thursday Reading: Tracking the Family with GPS Devices

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.

  • Seeking the “waitress mom” swing vote. (National)
  • New laws add debate to breast cancer screenings. (National)
  • Gender gap in pay starts early, study finds. (National)
  • Whooping cough vaccine urged for pregnant women. (National)
  • Tips for smarter, more efficient Web searches. (Business)
  • Unveiling the bag of tricks inside your smart phone. (Business)
  • Under a Picasso, another Picasso. (Arts)
  • Tracking the family with GPS devices. (Home)
  • Record number of booster seats get highest rating. (Wheels)
  • Consumers increase use of smartphones in car shopping. (Wheels)
  • Make a costume sound as scary as it looks. (Gadgetwise)
  • Recent spinal shots may pose greatest meningitis ri sk. (Well)
  • An unspoken risk of vaginal birth. (Motherlode)
  • Hard decisions in the intensive care unit. (The New Old Age)
  • Ask about applying to college early. (The Choice)
  • Ask about pension plans. (Booming)
  • A cruise with tee times in Ireland and Scotland. (In Transit)