Drugmakers spent more than 100-million dollars last year to promote prescription testosterone-everything from gels and patches to injections. Just two years ago, the industry was spending a fraction of that-a mere 14-million dollars.
When it's time to water your yard, does your hose drive you crazy? It's heavy. It gets tangled. It's hard to move.
Whether you're outfitting yourself or getting your kids ready for their favorite sport, where you shop can make a big difference. A new Consumer Reports National Research Center survey reveals the best places to gear up.
If you've been thinking about getting a backup laptop-either for yourself or one that's easy for your kids to use-there's a new kind that's being heavily advertised.
Before you fire up the grill for some great summer meals, Consumer Reports has a caution. The beef you buy may have been tenderized by machines-and that process can introduce potentially deadly bacteria into your food.
Everyone knows candy isn't exactly a health food. Now celebrities are touting a new kind of candy that promises to be a lot better for you.
Catching great action shots from your mountain bike or on the beach is a lot easier these days with cool new video cameras. Consumer Reports looks at two popular ones that go where no video camera or cell phone has gone before.
Cruise the cracker aisle these days and you'll see competition is really heating up for your snack dollars. Sure, the old favorites remain-but now there are lower-fat siblings and store-brand twins-not to mention new flavors.