Consumer Reports shows you how to sell the stuff you no longer need and turn those castoffs into cash.
Is cheese good for you? Consumer Reports says that cheese can be part of a healthy diet, adding that there's a tempting type of cheese for every taste.
To find out of an electric car will save you money, Consumer Reports calculated energy costs, tax credits, and hidden discounts to give you the answer
If you want to fall asleep but your brain won't let you, try these expert tips from Consumer Reports to ease yourself into bedtime.
The generic Asian salad's nomenclature is problematic. We can do better, says a writer for Consumer Reports.
In this special report on saving money when inflation is high, Consumer Reports shares tactics that can help you spend less on everything from cell phone bills to insurance coverage to groceries.
Consumer Reports explains the science of treating back pain. Chronic back pain is common, but you can find relief, and many effective strategies require no medication.
Don't be daunted by keeping your cast-iron pan clean. It's easier than you think. Here's how from the pros at Consumer Reports and the cookware industry.
For this look at the safety and efficacy of sunscreens, Consumer Reports tested dozens of sprays and lotions to help you get the right sun protection.
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