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Consumer Reports: Naughty And Nice Company Policies
- Just in time for the holidays, Consumer Reports is out with its Naughty and Nice List, an annual look at company policies that are consumer-friendly--and some that are not.
Top Kids' Tablets
- Electronic tablets for kids are likely to be a hot gift this holiday season. Consumer Reports tested a wide variety, ranging in price from $50 to $250, and can help you find the best one for your child.
Hidden Risks Of Going Gluten-Free
- Consumer Reports looked into the growing trend of gluten-free diets to see if it's a healthy choice for people who do not need to avoid gluten.
Consumer Reports: Arsenic In Rice
- Consumer Reports has issued new guidelines for limits on how much rice you and your children should eat.
11 Call For Action Alert: Contact Lenses Being Sold Illegally
- An 11 Call For Action Alert investigates the potential dangers behind the illegal sale of decorative contact lenses in Colorado Springs.
Winter Car Seat Safety
- Now that cold temps are here, you're bundling up your little ones from head to toe.
But experts say don't let bulky coats get in the way of their safety.
Consumer Reports: Better Prepaid Cards
- Consumer Reports analyzed 23 prepaid cards and found some are not as good deals as others.
Update: Employee Fired After Serving Children Alcohol
- Joe's Crab Shack says they have fired one of their employees after several young children were served alcohol at the popular restaurant.
Safety Alert: Overuse Of Acetaminophen
- Consumer Reports warns that the overuse of acetaminophen sends almost 80,000 people per year to emergency rooms and is now the leading cause of liver failure in this country.
Bacteria Risk Prompts Baby Wipe Recall
- There is not a FDA recall for the product but Sam's Club claims the wipes don't meet their quality standard.
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