Consumer Reports

pills and dollars
Has this happened to you lately? You go to refill one of your regular prescriptions at the pharmacy and the copay has gone up — a lot.
Who’s better at using sunscreen lotion, men or women? Truthfully, they’re both pretty lousy at it, according to a new government study. Even sadder: New testing of sunscreen lotions finds you can’t always believe the claims on the label.
Roll of toilet paper on wall holder
No, it’s not just your imagination. Toilet paper squares are surreptitiously shrinking — getting smaller, thinner and/or fewer.
Otra vez las sodas o refrescos vuelven a las noticias y de manera negativa. En esta ocasión la Administración de Alimentos y Medicamentos (FDA, por sus siglas en inglés) está investigando el colorante que se usa en algunas sodas, maltas -y hasta alimentos- para darles ese tono caramelo, tan…
Caramel coloring, the stuff used to give sodas their brown color, may sound harmless, but a new study shows it can contain a chemical that's been linked to cancer - and the Food and Drug Administration is checking it out.
The label on the package of ground beef says "all-natural." What the heck does that mean?
Memorial Day marks the unofficial start of the summertime season -- do you have enough sunscreen?
I hate the "B" word, no not blonde, since I hear those jokes all the time. is just like nails running down a chalkboard for me to even think about, much less have to act upon.  
apple juice
Some of the apple or grape juice you keep on hand for the grandkids -- or even yourself -- may have elevated levels of arsenic,  a new study by Consumer Reports has found.
Yes, we know that mowing the lawn can be boring and sweaty and slow. But really, drinking beer while you mow? Talking on the phone? Texting??
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