Tuesday, January 15, 2013

Fw: Consumer Information Catalog, Winter/Spring 2013 released


Welcome to USA.gov's Publications and Consumer Information Catalog e-newsletter. You can always find the latest Consumer Information Catalog and hundreds of free and low-cost federal publications at Publications.USA.gov.


Happy New Year! The Winter/Spring 2013 Catalog is here

Warm up your January with the newly-combined, 16-page Winter/Spring edition of the Consumer Information Catalog. It includes a special section featuring 14 publications from the new Consumer Financial Protection Bureau to help you manage your credit cards, checking account, mortgage and more, plus these other features:   

Consumer Information Catalog: Winter Spring 2013 edition

Three New Publications Focus on Child Safety


Safeguarding Your Child's Future

Surprisingly, children's identities do get stolen. But unlike adults, children usually don't find out for years until they grow up and apply for a student loan, an apartment or a job. Learn strategies from the Federal Trade Commission to protect your kids' identities, and minimize the impact if they've been victimized. 

Safeguarding Your Child's Future

Benzocaine and Babies: Not a Good Mix

Benzocaine is the pain reliever in many products that treat oral pain. But giving it to children under 2 could cause a potentially life-threatening disorder. The Food and Drug Administration explains how to keep your children safe and treat their teething pain naturally.

Benzocaine and Babies: Not a Good Mix
Should You Put Sunscreen on Infants? 

Protecting babies from too much sun is always a good thing. But the Food and Drug Administration explains how the chemicals in sunscreen may be more dangerous on infants' delicate skin than parents might realize.


Should You Put Sunscreen on Infants? Not Usually

Online Only Publications

Some of the best government consumer information isn't in print—but you can find it all online at Publications.USA.gov. And you can download any publication in PDF format, and some in e-reader formats. This edition of the Catalog features three great collections of online-only publications to help you learn more about:


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