Consumer Reports Headlines
Top Child Safety Seats
- Consumer Reports says pay particular attention to the height limit of your infant seat because children are likely to grow too tall for the seat before they reach the weight limit.
Getting Rid Of Lice Safely
- Lice is a problem that affects as many as 12 million school children annually. Consumer Reports finds that some of the popular treatments might not be effective.
Consumer Reports: Wearable Tech
- Wearable tech is still very new, but Consumer Reports thinks it’s going to take off.
Beware BPA Tainted Receipts
- The receipts in your wallet could contain a potentially dangerous chemical.
High-Fee College Bank Cards
- Campus-sponsored bank accounts and prepaid cards may seem like an easy and convenient choice for college students, but we're investigating to see if they're actually a good deal.
Safety Alert: Mercury in Fish
- Consumer Reports is looking into mercury levels in fish to see what's safe and what to avoid.
Consumer Reports: Concerns Over Pain Pills
- FDA approved a new prescription painkiller, and Consumer Reports is now calling for them to reconsider.
Consumer Reports: Finding Good Tech Support
- Consumer Reports is looking into the best places to take your computer to get fixed.
Consumer Reports: Hot Car Danger
- Consumer Reports is looking into technology that tries to prevent kids from dying in hot cars.
Gadgets for your Grill
- With grilling season heating up, all kinds of gadgets promise to take your grill to a new level.
Consumer Reports tested several to see how well they work.
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