A new study from Consumer Reports finds the level of arsenic found in apple and grape juices exceeds federal standards set for drinking water. The concern of course, is for our children, who often are the main consumers of these juices.
Shopping for sunscreen can be confusing. Prices vary quite a bit, and then all the scientific lingo, UV Rays and SPF's. I never know which one to choose. But, now, Consumer Reports is out with a list of top sunscreens.
A newly released "Consumer Reports" Survey shows fewer people are planning to get a flu shot this year -- just one year after the H1N1 pandemic. Researchers found out of 15-hundred participants only 37-percent plan to get vaccinated th
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