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Consumer Reports is cautioning pregnant women not to eat all kinds of tuna, including canned tuna and sushi. They can contain high levels of mercury, which can damage the baby's nervous system.
Consumer Reports has completed its testing of Amazon's first smart phone -- the Fire. Although it earned a rating of “very good,” Consumer Reports experts are not wowed.
Whether your child is in elementary school, middle school, high school or college-bound, Consumer Reports reveals the best laptop for each age group.
We’ve got everything you need to outfit your dorm or first apartment, from a microwave or compact fridge to a coffeemaker or a blender for making smoothies.
Phone batteries always seem to run out when you need them! To the rescue, smart phone cases with a built in battery.
Should you choose light or low-fat? Whole grain or multi-grain? Hydrogenated or partially hydrogenated? Consumer Reports ShopSmart makes it easy for you to find the best choices.
Where will you find the best service and results when you have an issue with your computer?
46 people a day die from overdoses of opioids—prescription painkillers like OxyContin, Percocet and Vicodin. Recently the FDA approved a new version. Consumer Reports is calling on the government to reconsider.
You’ve probably seen the ads on TV and in magazines: How do you get help in amedical emergency when you’re alone at home?
The number of children accidentally left in hot cars is growing.
How a worker at a medical building pulled off a lucrative identify theft scam
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