Consumer Reports

Consumer Reports: Are Supermarket Prepared Foods Healthy?According to Consumer Reports, prepared foods in supermarkets aren’t required to have nutrition labels, and you might be consuming more fat, calories, and sodium than you think.
Consumer Reports: Natural Foods That Aren’tThe buzzword at supermarkets these days is “natural.” You see it on all kinds of packaged foods.
Consumer Reports: Too Much Vitamin C Can Be ProblematicYou might be tempted to try anything to kick a cold sooner, but Consumer Reports says think twice before loading up on vitamin C supplements.
Consumer Reports Rates Top Small Kitchen Appliances If you enjoy cooking, you may have a bunch of handy appliances. But, you could always use a couple more, right?
Consumer Reports Puts Smartwatches To The TestConsumer Reports rated more than a dozen watches, putting them through a variety of tests.
Consumer Reports: Top Bathroom ScalesConsumer Reports has advice on buying scales and recently tested six that measure not only weight, but also things like body mass index and fat.
Consumer Reports Puts Ink-Saving Epson Printer To The TestConsumer Reports put the EcoTank through the same tests other printers face to determine how much it really costs for you to own.
Consumer Reports Puts Snow Blowers To The Test To Find Which Are Most ReliableConsumer Reports has some good information if you are in the market for a snow blower, including about which brands hold up best.
Consumer Reports’ Tips On Cell Phone SavingsConsumer Reports says if you’re paying more than $50 per phone line each month, it may be time to rustle up a better deal.
Consumer Reports: Gizmos To Help You SleepTreatments to combat sleep deprivation have become big business. Americans spent more than $40 billion last year searching for that elusive good night’s sleep.
Consumer Reports' Tips To Save On Gym MembershipsYou don’t have to break the bank to break a sweat. Here are money-saving tips from Consumer Reports.
Consumer Reports Puts Workout Equipment To The TestWith everyone making New Year’s resolutions, sales of exercise equipment peak this time of year. But, ellipticals and treadmills cost thousands of dollars, so you want to be sure to get a good machine.

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