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What should you do if you get a gift card you don’t want or know you’ll never use?
No doubt you’ll need lots of AA batteries on Christmas for all of those new toys and electronic devices.
When it comes to flooring, it’s hard to beat hardwood, unless you’re part of the 60 percent of American families that owns a pet.
Some customers are now blaming Wen products for making their hair fall out.
When you register at a store, you walk around with a scanner and zap all the things you want. Now, Walmart is making it easy for holiday shoppers.
With the holidays just around the corner, Consumer Reports has released its sixth annual Naughty and Nice list of consumer-friendly and not-so-friendly practices and policies at various companies.
Falls are a leading cause of injury, and even death, for people 65 and older, but most seniors want to stay in their own homes as long as possible.
A tablet makes a great gift for kids. The best come loaded with lots of games and activities. And they come with parental controls, to limit access to certain apps.
Our mild temperatures and lower fuel prices should save on heating costs this winter. But when it is time to crank up the heat, Angie’s List has some tips to keep from going broke.
In the world of wearable tech, tracking fitness activity is typically the main goal. But there’s now a product that aims to help you manage your stress every day.
For the ninth year in a row, experts say gift cards are the most sought after type of present for the holidays.
Duquesne University Marketing Professor Audrey Guskey says Black Friday has really lost its luster and doesn’t have the power that it used to have.
Few of us think much about our garage door until it stops working or it becomes so weather-beaten, it’s an eyesore.
Almost 2 million Americans are trying to save money by buying medications online, according to a recent Consumer Reports survey. But government investigators have found that many rogue pharmacies peddle bad drugs online that can cause serious harm.
Last year alone, there were an estimated 19 million fitness tracking devices in use. But, how accurate are they?