It’s hard to eat properly when you’re traveling all day. Airports aren’t exactly loaded with cheap options, or healthy ones, even if you have time to stop.
These days, electronics are rarely as simple as turning them on or off. They’re complicated enough that there’s a sliding scale for power usage.
Buying in bulk is a classic savings strategy, and probably a good idea if you have the space and know you can use what you buy.
Is there anything Consumer Reports doesn’t review? No, not really.
A new study in the research journal Obesity tried out a diet on two groups of women over three months. Everybody ate the same amount of calories. The difference was which meal they got most of them from.
Home Depot’s Behr brand is among the best house paint you can buy, Consumer Reports says.
Research at Purdue University says artificially sweetened foods, including diet soda, can contribute to weight gain and other health risks.
Lists of the best and worst states to live in abound, for reasons including obesity, tax rates and cost of living.
As much as 10 percent of everything from vodka to chocolate may be tainted with fake, substitute or filler ingredients to boost profits.
These items have the highest calorie counts on fast-food menus — and they might surprise you.