You've heard about secondhand smoke and you know that it can hurt people who breathe it.
Now scientists are researching the health consequences of thirdhand smoke: The residue that tobacco smoke leaves on furniture, carpets, walls, clothing and other inanimate objects.
High-definition video has taken over TVs, phones and tablets. But sound quality is worse than it was 10 or 15 years ago. New hi-resolution audio promises to change all that.
If you believe the ads, there's a public health crisis in this country: low testosterone or low-T. While some men do have a problem that requires medical attention, health experts tell me the percentage is very small.
There's a good chance you have an old cell phone, laptop or television gathering dust in your basement or garage. And there's an equally good chance you're not sure how to safely get rid of them.
About 3,000 people are killed each year in residential fires. And in the winter months the risk of house fires goes up with the use of fireplaces and space heaters. In a home fire, the risk of dying is cut in half if you have a working smoke alarm, according to the National Fire Protection Association.
Easter lilies are everywhere this weekend – and that can be a problem for cats. That's because these beautiful plants can be toxic to them.
For decades, traditional automatic shift levers had park at the top, down to reverse, and drive at the bottom
You can't buy a car without getting the pitch for an extended warranty. It’s sold as that extra peace of mind to protect your expensive purchase.
Eastlake opera singer and voice coach Chris McCafferty knows good chords when he hears them. Not this time.
Consumer Reports is out with its annual list of the best supermarkets in America. Nearly 63,000 subscribers rated 68 chains on the quality of their food, service and store cleanliness.
We know it's healthy to eat more fruits and vegetables. But a lot of produce contains pesticides. That's especially a concern for children because they're still growing and they metabolize toxins differently.
Every year, the National Highway Transportation Safety Administration rates vehicles on a scale of 1 to 5 stars based on how well they meet federal crash test standards. NHTSA's 5-star safety rating program is credited with pushing manufactures to continually improve the safety of the cars we drive.
A new drug, one that might slow down or help prevent Alzheimer's disease, is being tested right now at hospitals in the U.S. and Canada.
Do-it-yourself painters who are looking to save some money often shop at Lowe's and Home Depot. And you can find some really good paint there, if you know which brands to choose.
Think about your pets as you do your springtime gardening and get the yard back in shape. The ASPCA reminds pet parents to be wary of some popular, but poisonous plants.
It's likely you don't think you've invited a spy into your home when setting up a new TV. But new Samsung, LG, and Vizio smart TVs can record and share everything that's viewed, whether it's a broadcast or something streaming from the Internet. And some smart TVs can even track what DVD you're watching.
Data breaches are now the norm. There's a good chance some of your personal information has already been compromised – maybe more than once.
Drug stores have been stocking groceries for some time now and they continue to make it more convenient to skip the grocery store if you only need a few items. Given the increasingly fierce compeition I did a little secret shopping to see if drug stores are still the most expensive way to go.
Going to an independent mechanic does not affect the manufacturer's warranty coverage on your vehicle.
Is a $15 stainless steel veggie peeler with an ultra sharp blade - any better than the peeler you're using right now? I put off testing this for a long time because I just couldn't believe something called the Titan Peeler could be that revolutionary.