Cats are very good at disguising when they don't feel well. That's because in the wild they're both predator and prey. So you need to be looking for subtle signs that something is wrong.
Want to help your kids save money on their car insurance? You might want to consider keeping them on your family policy.
When it comes to home security- most people don't investigate. Common complaints after the fact include deceptive sales practices, alarm systems that don't work, installers who damage property, excessive charges and poor customer service after you sign the contract. Tthere are great companies out there- but this is not a purchase you want to make under pressure.
Even the best detergent can’t make up for bad laundry practices. Here are some tips from the laundry pros at Consumer Reports.
So which is it: Do you eat before your work out or after the workout? It's best to do both.
Almost everyone has had to deal with customer service-to question a bill, request repairs, or return merchandise. And as the Consumer Reports National Research Center discovered, many have experiences they don't like!
The more we learn about sleep, the more we discover how important it is for both the mind and the body. It's no secret that lack of sleep can cause problems with learning and the ability to focus. Based on the latest research, it appears there is a link between sleep and dementia.
If you have time for a plane trip before the holidays this is a great time to start looking for air fare travel deals. Put these low-fare websites in your pocket and mark your calendar.
The recent New Yorker magazine article "The REALLY Big One" has a lot of people asking about earthquake insurance. Remember the basic homeowner’s policy does not provide earthquake coverage. You have to buy a separate policy for that.
Both dogs and cats have dental problems, but dental disease is more often a problem for cats.
First, Anthony Monaco discovered he had to prove his stolen vintage car was actually his. Then, with the car still missing he feared he'd never see it again. Since my alert on July 20th I've had people across the state on the lookout for his rare, '68 Pontiac Firebird convertible. You can imagine his relief this week when Seattle Police called to say- "We found it."
Quenching your thirst has become complicated. Many drinks claim health benefits, such as replenishing electrolytes and boosting your vitamin intake. Consumer Reports looked at 20 beverages to help you decide which ones to sip and which to skip.
Disposable batteries aren't cheap, so you want to make them last. Here are a few suggestions from our news partners at Consumer Reports.
By law, every attorney in this state must contribute to a special fund to compensate people who are cheated by their lawyers. A local man thought his case fit that criteria.
Avocados are rich in antioxidants and a good source of potassium, folate and other B vitamins. Plus they're loaded with fiber.
The cost of a private four-year college now averages $42,000 per year. That's a big investment. Should you consider tuition insurance so that you can be reimbursed if your child has to leave before the end of the year? It is sold through educational institutions, although not all schools offer it. If they do, you'll most likely get a brochure in the orientation packet you get before the semester starts.
It seems like there is an app for everything. A new one called Gray Matters delivers reliable information each day about dementia and encourages behavior that may reduce the risk of getting Alzheimer's disease.
After what just happened, Barbara Berg feels kind of like the garden she waters every day - soaked. A company called her out of the blue about and said she owed $4,995 for an unpaid bill. It didn't add up- but Berg and her husband are in the process of buying property.
A recent analysis of medical claims by Veterinray Pet Insurance finds that bladder and urinary tract infections are the most common medical conditions for cats.
Lots of products claim to protect you from pesky mosquitoes. But many of them contain chemicals you don't necessarily want to spray on yourself or your kids. Consumer Reports took to the labs to look at alternative ways to keep the bugs from biting.