Almost 60 percent of consumers say that they use online reviews when choosing a new healthcare provider.
It’s safe to say that any breast cancer survivor who’s been through treatment wants to avoid having to go through it again. The risk of breast cancer recurrence is highly individual and varies according to the type and the stage of breast cancer you had.
If you're used to eating peanut butter and jelly, you might balk at trying peanut butter and bacon. But think about it.
As anyone who’s ever been on a diet knows, dropping pounds is the (relatively) easy part. It’s maintaining weight loss that’s difficult.
We know you love your pet because he or she is cute, loyal, and entertaining, too. But scientific evidence suggests that you might want to show your pet some gratitude for your good health.
A new study from New Mexico State University has found that several mosquito repellent products—including some sprays, wearable devices, and candles—don't actually work.
In the early days of video streaming services, your choice was simple: Get Netflix. It's more complicated now, with Netflix battling other well-known subscription services, such as Amazon Prime and Hulu, as well as with upstarts including Acorn, DirectTV Now, and Sling TV.
In case you hadn’t already marked your calendar, Saturday, Feb. 18, is National Drink Wine Day. Before you get too carried away celebrating, there are a few facts you should know about how alcohol consumption (wine or anything else) really affects your health.
A new study has found that the contents of some melatonin supplements, a popular sleep aid, are dramatically different from what’s listed on the label.
The fate of the Affordable Care Act has been an open question as the GOP works on an alternative. But what that might look like is becoming a little more clear.
Choosing a laptop can be difficult—the selection of models, sizes, and configurations is vast. It can help to first decide on a budget, and then consult Consumer Reports' test results.
February can be a great time to buy a new car, thanks to the Presidents Day deals offered by most car brands.
Hardwood flooring is hot. In 2016, 35 percent of designers expected to install more of it, making it flooring's highest growth category, according to the National Kitchen & Bath Association.
The Big Four carriers’ shell-game-like pricing practices have become so convoluted, you almost need an advanced degree in math to decipher them.
At a 2016 Food Waste Summit* in Washington, D.C., Tom Vilsack, the former U.S. secretary of agriculture, told a story about his adult son going through the Vilsacks’ refrigerator and throwing out everything that was past the date on its packaging—even if it was frozen.
Your laptop is sitting on the couch next to you while you’re playing video games, and suddenly it starts smoking.
The unlimited data plan wars are heating up. Days after Verizon's surprise announcement that it was bringing back unlimited data options and T-Mobile's decision to boost its own plans, AT&T has launched a new—you guessed it!
Consumer technology keeps improving, but one thing stays constant: consumer complaints about the high cost of printer ink.
Britax and the Consumer Product Safety Commission today announced the recall of more than 700,000 strollers because the mounts meant to secure a car seat in place can fail, causing an infant car seat to detach.
Four months after a three-judge panel issued a 2-1 ruling that the structure of the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau is unconstitutional, the full Court of Appeals for the D.C.