Consumer Reports Explores Cheaper EpiPen AlternativeThe price ­of a lifesaving EpiPen has skyrocketed, and that’s putting people with severe allergic reactions at risk.
New Cellulite Treatment Procedure Showing Promising ResultsNearly 85 percent of women have cellulite, but a new procedure called Cellfina is showing positive results.
Home Of Hope Helping Breast Cancer Patients During Difficult TimeA breast cancer diagnosis is devastating at any age, but for younger women, it's especially difficult - dealing with treatments and keeping up with normal, everyday stresses.
Consumer Reports Issues Warning About ATM Skimmer ScamsConsumer Reports has important advice on how to spot compromised ATMs and point-of-sale card readers and how to protect your hard-earned money.
Consumer Reports: Avoiding Kitchen Remodeling MistakesLooking to get the most bang for your buck on a kitchen remodel? Consumer Reports says take care, to avoid the biggest budget busters.
New Study Finds Certain Video Games May Be Effective In Warding Off DementiaA new study finds video games might just be the key to preventing dementia.
4moms Set To Release Self-Installing, Computerized Car SeatStudies have shown that 80 percent of car seats have critical errors. But, what if a car seat installed itself perfectly, every time?
Consumer Reports: Advice For Avoiding Student DebtYou may think college is necessary to land a good-paying job, but at what price?
Consumer Reports: Top Exterior House PaintsYou want an exterior paint that stands up to the elements—the sun, the rain, the snow—and also resists dirt and mildew.
Study Examines Acetaminophen Use During Pregnancy, Child Behavioral IssuesAcetaminophen, the active ingredient in Tylenol, has been a go-to medicine for pregnant women with aches and pains and fever. Now a British study shows a pattern of behavioral issues in the children of mothers who took this drug during pregnancy.
New Procedure Claims To 'Melt' Fat Straight Off The BodyResearchers have found a new enzyme that works by dissolving the connections between fat cells, breaking them up.
'Sundowning' May Cause Increased Confusion At Night For Alzheimer's PatientsMore than 5 million Americans are currently living with Alzheimer's disease and other forms of dementia. For some of them, their confusion seems to be worse at night.

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