Consumer Reports put more than 40 high-performance tires through their paces to find the best.
If you want to get people to buy more kitchen gadgets, come up with a new way to cut vegetables. That seems to be an unspoken motto in the gadget industry. Here's yet another new-fangled veggie cutter that promoters think you can't do without. It's called Veggetti. The hook with this one is spaghetti without the fat and carbs. And like some of it's veggie-cutting, As Seen On TV cousins that I've tested recently, it promises fast, easy results- with a twist.
Consumer Reports finds the safest high chairs after reports show children needing emergency treatment in related accidents.
Once your cat reaches the teen years, it's important be on the lookout for any changes in behavior that could indicate a medical problem.
Consumer Reports explains why the heartburn medication Nexium is overused and goes over possible alternatives.
General Motors announced two more recalls late Friday, bringing to 4.8 million the number of cars, trucks and SUVs the automaker has called back for repairs in the past month.
Does it seem like there have been a lot of car recalls lately? That's because there have been.
Chop Magic is billed as the "Fast & Easy Way to SLICE and DICE!" It's a hard plastic, 6-cup container that comes with 2 blades, one for slicig and one for dicing. The square blades fit on top of the container so you can place your produce directly on the blade. A hard plastic cover with a built-in pusher slides over the container so you can push the produce through the blades and into the container. It sells for around $20.
Consumer Reports tests Kenmore's new beltless vacuum to see if it stands up to more traditional models.
Confused about vitamin D? It's easy to see why. One study says vitamin D supplements helps build strong bones. Another says it doesn't.
Consumer Reports testers put the Nest combo smoke alarm and carbon monoxide detector through its paces.
The Consumer Product Safety Commission reports IKEA is voluntarily recalling 2.6 million children's bed canopies because of a strangulation hazard. The canopies have been sold worldwide, exclusively at IKEA stores, since August 1996.
We're hearing from more local families whose social security information was stolen from the data base at the Archdiocese of Seattle. New victims appear to be discovering the fraud daily. Many are not sure what to do, or what to expect- now that thieves have filed taxes in their name.
Consumer Reports tested 18 different paper towels to find the best.
It's one of the top five hidden hazards in the home, blamed for the death of one child every month in this country. Cords on window shades can strangle a child who gets caught in them.