Due to the coronavirus pandemic, you may not have as much time to focus on the toll the pandemic may be taking on your mental health. But many people are experiencing a range of stressful problems, including feelings of isolation, concerns about personal finances and politics, and worry about their kids and their future.
A Consumer Reports analysis shows why the taxing of electric vehicles could create new problems for people looking to buy a clean, efficient car.
A Consumer Reports analysis shows why switching to an electric vehicle could create new problems for people looking to buy a clean, efficient car.
If you or someone you know has a food allergy, pay attention -- the Food and Drug Administration is temporarily allowing manufacturers of packaged foods to substitute ingredients without changing the labels.
The FDA is temporarily allowing manufacturers of packaged foods to substitute ingredients without changing the labels.
College students take note. Here is how to get more financial aid if you need it.
With COVID-19 pandemic bearing down on many families' budgets, there are options when it comes to paying for school.
The coronavirus pandemic has hit consumers hard, and a huge spike in scams related to COVID-19 isn't helping.
Fears about the coronavirus are forcing many people to rethink traditional air travel and hotel stays of past summers and look into recreational vehicles as a safer alternative.
Grilling doesn’t have to mean burgers or hot dogs on repeat.Consumer Reports shares some fresh ideas to inspire you this grilling season and some tips on buying the right grill.
Consumer Reports just finished testing mini projectors and has all you’ll need to set up a fun family movie night at home.
If you’re missing the movie theater, why not bring the big-screen excitement to your home or backyard?Consumer Reports just finished testing mini projectors and has all you’ll need to set up a fun family movie night at home.
Consumer Reports’ experts say you don’t need to run out and buy a smoker.
Love the flavor of wood-smoked barbecue?
Summer vacations are anything but normal this year. With people leery of shared spaces and crowds, renting a private vacation home may be more popular than ever.
These are anxious times, to be sure.You might be dealing with an economic hardship, with teaching your kids at home, or with just plain boredom from being inside.
On average, 39 children in the U.S. die of heatstroke each year after being left in a hot car.
With record unemployment and a volatile stock market, we are living in uncertain economic times, to say the least, so you might think buying a home would be the last thing you’d want to do.But, as Consumer Reports explains, with a little creativity and flexibility, this could be the right time to buy!
Grocery shopping habits during the coronavirus pandemic have changed across the country, in part because of supply disruptions ranging from meat to produce.That has some people rethinking how and where they get their food.
One of the joys of summer is grilling on the patio or in the backyard.But if your supermarket meat case is looking a little bare or you just can’t find the specific cut you want, you may have to rethink your menu.