As more of us try to eat healthy, we’re replacing ground beef with ground turkey. It can be a better choice, but an investigation by Consumer Reports found ground turkey can also be a breeding ground for antibiotic-resistant bacteria.
Keeping floors and carpets clean is a job in and of itself; but if you’ve got a pet that sheds a lot, you have a bigger challenge.
We all love a good night’s sleep and a good mattress can help. A new survey by Consumer Reports found about one in five people wished they’d bought a different mattress.
It won’t be too long before you’re thinking about summer vacation and capturing every minute of it on your video camera.
Over the last year, more people are paying for items by waving, sliding, or tapping their smartphones, thanks to some new apps.
To save on television, Internet and phone bills, many people get all three services from the same company. However, Consumer Reports said there are ways to save.
Most cars now come with Bluetooth technology built in, so you can talk hands-free. But you don’t need a new car to get Bluetooth.
Many people choose their pharmacy for reasons other than price. But shopping around on your prescription drugs can pay off.
Is your favorite restaurant telling the truth about fat and calories? Consumer Reports put several dishes to the test to find out.
Buying a new TV is a big purchase. And, of course, you want your picture to dazzle.
These days, people are looking for any way to stretch a dollar. One way can be by holding onto your car longer. Today the average vehicle has been on the road nearly 11 years, according to Polk Research. Consumer Reports can help you go the distance and save you big bucks.
Hair extensions can make you look like you have long, luscious locks. Celebrities have made them popular, but Consumer Reports cautions that they can turn ugly.
Being named a Consumer Reports top pick vehicle doesn’t come easy.
There’s a warning from Consumer Reports about microwave ovens that the magazine’s experts believe can turn on by themselves and start fires.
More and more car companies are coming out with vehicles that are all-electric and require no gas. Several claim the equivalent of 100 miles per gallon or more. The government tax credit of up to $7,500 could have you thinking about getting an electric vehicle.