A day at the mall could leave your wallet lighter but the rest of you heavier, says Consumer Reports.
A serious infection that has been on the rise in hospital patients is now being increasingly reported among people who work or spend time in health care settings, such as a doctor’s office or clinic, Consumer Reports On Health warns.
Need to find a good plumber, hairdresser or auto mechanic?
Fiber-rich cereals have made progress on the road to tastiness.
If you’re heading to your local supermarket without first checking out the store’s website, you’re probably missing out on some great savings and other goodies. Most supermarket websites have coupons, notes ShopSmart, the shopping magazine from the publisher of Consumer Reports. Many also have apps you can download; the ones listed below are free.
The package says “heart healthy,” “reduces cholesterol” or “maintains digestive health.”
If you’re like many of Consumer Reports’ readers, you’re buying prescription glasses from your eye doctor’s office or an independent shop, and you’re happy with the results.
Consumer Reports Money Adviser recently compiled some expert-tested travel tips for when time and money are tight:
Think you and your family are major multigadgeters now?