There are more than three million kids who play soccer in the United States, and 44,000 in the Pittsburgh region. That’s a lot of children on the soccer field, and many kids and parents are unaware of a danger on the field — soccer goals tipping over.
Whether you hate the color of your brick or you’re looking to give your home a facelift, there’s a new option to consider — brick staining.
Youth football is back in Hazelwood.
The new version of the NutriBullet is supposed to be even more powerful for creating healthy drinks, but the problem is it could be dangerous.
Buying a new home is likely the largest purchase you will ever make, so it makes sense to have that home inspected before you sign on the dotted line.
Six sand tiger sharks captivate the crowd at the Pittsburgh Zoo & PPG Aquarium.
A Consumer Reports survey found 94 percent of us don’t leave home without at least one device and vacationers take along three on average.
There are tons of bicycles to choose from, so finding the right fit can be a little tricky.
If you’re considering buying an air conditioner, but you don’t want a lot of fuss with a window installation, you might be tempted to go with one of those portable floor units.
Most families have a safety plan to follow when severe weather strikes. But when the sky clears and cleanup begins, don’t let your guard down.
There is some stuff you can get online without paying a penny. Consumer Reports ShopSmart Magazine has found the best freebies, everything from cosmetics to pet food.
It’s a great time of year to get the family in the car, hit the open road and head out for vacation.
Landscaping can add as much as 14 percent to the value of your home, and not all landscaping projects need to be elaborate or expensive.
Angie’s List has some tips about how upgrading your aging front door can help reduce your energy bills and increase your home’s value.
Just in time for summer, Consumer Reports is out with their test of sunscreen.