Consumer Reports: Dangerous Foods For Your DogMost pet owners know that chocolate can be toxic for dogs, but there are other common human foods that can also be dangerous or even deadly for them.
Consumer Reports: Formaldehyde In Flooring, Other Household ItemsLaminate flooring is less expensive than solid wood, but there have been concerns that it emits formaldehyde.
Consumer Reports: Should You Make Switch To Robo-Adviser?In this era of self-driving cars, what decisions are you comfortable entrusting to a computer? How about financial advice?
Consumer Reports: How To Avoid Medical Identity TheftMedical identity theft is a crime on the rise. Nearly 2.5 million cases were reported in 2014, an increase of 20 percent from the year before.
Consumer Reports: Effective Ways To Get Rid Of LiceGetting head lice is easy, but getting rid of it can be a challenge.
Consumer Reports: Cleaning Your Grill SafelyCleaning up after summer grilling can be dangerous. Wire grill brushes can leave bristles behind on the grates, which can easily stick to food and be swallowed.
Consumer Reports: Evaluating 5 National Meal Kit ServicesMeal kits are convenient, but are they fresh, healthy or affordable? Consumer Reports food experts evaluated five national services to find out.
Consumer Reports: Class Action Lawsuits Filed Over Moldy Washing MachinesThe issue started out as mostly online chatter about moldy odors, but it turned into multiple class-action lawsuits involving more than 6 million front-loading washing machines.
Consumer Reports Explores Cheaper EpiPen AlternativeThe price of a lifesaving EpiPen has skyrocketed, and that’s putting people with severe allergic reactions at risk.
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.
Consumer Reports: Advice For Avoiding Student DebtYou may think college is necessary to land a good-paying job, but at what price?