A recent study finds 70% of women who wore ill-fitting shoes actually ended up with foot deformities, including bunions and hammer toes! Consumer Reports ShopSmart says ill-fitting shoes, or really high heels, are just one of many fashions women wear at their own risk.
You want to do the right thing for the planet, but it's not always easy being green. A recent Consumer Reports poll shows two big reasons shoppers have stopped using green products are high prices and poor performance.
If you find yourself pawing through piles of paper at tax time, you're not alone. Consumer Reports Money Adviser says knowing what to keep and what to throw away are crucial to staying on top of your finances.
Toaster ovens have changed a lot since Consumer Reports first started testing them more than 50 years ago. Today's expanded menus include touchpad controls, pizza settings, and other options once limited to range ovens and microwaves.
Americans spend almost two billion dollars a year on garbage bags! To make sure you're spending that money wisely, Consumer Reports tested the claims of two big names, including one bag that's being heavily advertised.
For the first time ever, paints that are better for the environment have earned top ratings in Consumer Reports' tests. These paints have very low levels of volatile organic compounds or VOC's-substances that contribute to ozone, smog, and respiratory problems.