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?
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.
Consumer Reports: Security Questions Raised About Women's Glow AppConsumer Reports recently tested the security and privacy features on a popular women’s health and fertility app called Glow.
Consumer Reports: Do Special Containers Prolong Life Of Fruits & Vegetables?More than half of the produce we buy ends up in the garbage. What’s the best way to keep food fresh and stop the waste?
Consumer Reports: Buying Vs. Leasing Solar PanelsConverting to solar power has never been easier or more affordable. But going solar can also be fraught with pitfalls, particularly when you’re deciding how to finance your solar system.
Consumer Reports Ranks Top Cash-Back Credit CardsCash-back reward credit cards are very popular. But, with so many cards out there and so many rules, you may not be getting as much money as you could.
Consumer Reports: Picking The Best Laptop For Back To School NeedsFor students heading to college this fall, laptops are a must. But with so many options, how do you know what’s best for you?
Consumer Reports: Sleep Better With Cognitive Behavioral TherapyNew research points to a better solution for insomnia and has no side effects. It’s called cognitive behavioral therapy.
New Technology Aimed At Preventing Kids From Being Left In CarsSince 2010, over 220 children have died of heatstroke after being trapped inside vehicles, according to KidsandCars.org.

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