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With cold and flu season upon us, having a thermometer that’s easy to use can come in really handy, especially with a sick child. There are several different types of thermometers. But most important—a thermometer has to be accurate....
Tags: Diseases and Illnesses, CVS Corp., Flu
There are plenty of monthly bills that worry people these days. But a survey from Consumer Reports says that not being able to pay for medical care, including prescription drugs, is at the top of the list. If you’re considering shopping online for...
For many people, health-care costs are ballooning. Even if you have health insurance, many doctors and procedures may not be covered. Higher deductibles and the portion the patient pays are taking a bigger bite than ever. Still, Consumer Reports says even...
South Bend Tribune Staff WriterThe long process has begun. And when it's over, possibly as early as a year from now, about 458,000 Indiana consumers receiving electrical power from Indiana Michigan Power could end up with a 22.7 percent rate increase on their electrical bill. I&M,...
In this economy, many people looking for ways to save on big-ticket items are passing on new cars and buying used. It’s not the gamble it used to be—if you do your homework. In fact, Consumer Reports says these days buying a used car can be...
Tags: Vehicles, eBay Inc., Passenger Cars
Who are the most-trusted celebrities? Chefs, such as Emeril Lagasse and Paula Deen, according to a recent poll. But can you trust celebrity foods to deliver star-studded results? Consumer Reports’ testers got busy tasting foods by famous folks...
If you love chocolate and enjoy homemade treats without a lot of fuss, brownies fill the bill. Brownie mixes are a convenient cupboard staple in many homes. Consumer Reports happily put them to the test to help you find ones that deliver delicious...
Tags: Target Brands, Inc.
Hurricanes and wildfires have made it a bad year for homeowners. If disaster strikes and destroys your home, there could be another disaster lurking—your insurance company might not pay enough to rebuild. Sixty-four percent of American homes are...
More than half of Americans do not have a will. The expense of legal services could be discouraging them from having one written. A lawyer can cost $300 an hour. Consumer Reports looked at three software programs that claim to help you write a...
When your car breaks down, it's a real drag. Taking it into the shop is a hassle and can cost a lot of money. Buying a car with a reliable track record can keep you out of the repair shop. Consumer Reports National Research Center's annual predicted-...
Americans spend almost $400 million a year on over-the counter acne treatments. No doubt you’ve seen the star-studded ads for Proactiv. Justin Bieber is not the only young celebrity pushing the product. Avril Lavigne, Julianne Hough, and Katy...
Tags: Acne, Katy Perry, Justin Bieber, Health, Avril Lavigne
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