Would you rather add years to your life or life to your years? There are anti-aging foods that may help you do both.
Helen Bell, 59, has several chronic health conditions that often land her in the hospital and require frequent doctor visits and expensive medications.
Are you among the intrepid tax filers who prepare their own returns online? Then you’re probably using tax preparation software from H&R Block, TaxAct, or TurboTax, the three leading do-it-yourself tax products.
A ban on most electronics in the cabins of some U.S.-bound flights may be aimed at thwarting terrorist attacks, but it also raises questions about the safest place to stow devices with lithium-ion batteries on airplanes.
When Consumer Reports first put the Ego LM2101 electric lawn mower through its paces at our test facility in early 2016, we quickly noted that it wasn't simply the latest iteration of an underpowered electric mower.
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.
Apple just doubled the storage capacities of its "affordable" iPhone SE models, from 16G and 64GB to 32GB and 128GB.
With the help of an expert panel of independent doctors and dietary-supplement researchers, Consumer Reports identified 15 supplement ingredients that are potentially harmful.
Taking prescription painkillers such as Percocet or Vicodin for more than a few days sharply increases your risk of getting hooked on the drugs, according to a new study just out from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention.
Secure messaging apps are in the news these days, following a WikiLeaks dump of alleged CIA documents that showed how hackers might be able to circumvent smartphone privacy protections.
Today is National Clean Out Your Medicine Cabinet Day, and chances are you haven't given much thought to the unused medications taking up space in your medicine cabinet.
Thousands of children accidentally ingest dangerous prescription drugs every year. Yet few people take the needed precautions that could protect kids from drug poisoning.
Giving your home a thorough spring cleaning can certainly make it shine. But a few other steps will help you make sure you're living in a healthy home.
Q. Do I really have to drain the gas from my snow blower before I store it for the season? A. That depends.
Tesla’s updated Model S sedan looks a lot like its old Model S, until you look closely. The popular electric car now features eight cameras, upgraded ultrasonic sensors, and enhanced radar all connected to a new central computing system to provide enhanced active safety.
There was good news and bad news Friday for people at very high risk of heart attack or stroke. The good news: A study in the New England Journal of Medicine found the people taking a newer kind of cholesterol-lowering drug cut their risk of heart attack, stroke, hospitalization for chest pain, cardiac death, and other cardiovascular events by 15 percent.
Experts agree that high blood pressure and high cholesterol increase the risk of having a heart attack.
Wednesday’s quarter point increase in the federal funds rate won’t set any CD rates or bond yields on fire, but it's still long-awaited good news for frugal savers who put their money and trust in conservative investment accounts.
Maybe it’s a sprained ankle that still feels wobbly months later. Or colds that seem to leave you coughing for weeks afterward.
When LeEco started selling televisions in the U.S. last fall, it became the latest Chinese company to target American TV shoppers.