Bored with breakfast? Want to fill your bowl with more fiber and protein and less sugar? Have you tried muesli?
Consumer Reports shows you some online tools that help you shop for clothes over the Internet.
Consumer Reports offers advice when planning to take a luxury cruise.
If your technology has a screen and touch hand controls- it undoubtedly has dust and dirt and often looks like a mess. And while you can easily blow off the dust, cleaning the screens on high-tech devices requires caution. Liquid cleaners can cause damage if they seep into the workings of the device. You must also be careful about scratching the screen. Screen Egg is promoted as "The amazing, dual-action screen cleaner that will effectively and easily clean all your favorite devices."
Consumer Reports takes a look at the effectiveness of gesture-control technology by testing the HP Envy.
How do you know if it's time to trim your dog or cat's nails?
Consumer Reports examines insect repellant and recommends what's both safe and effective.
Thousands of people who went online to order a change of address, ended up using a website that state investigators say duped them into unnecessary charges.
Consumer Reports tested 29 different deck stains to find the best.
Consumer Reports looks at whether smart technology to control your home appliances and more is worth your money.
Consumer Reports tests two kinds of products that promise to keep your car looking like new.
Consumer Reports rated hospitals on how often their doctors delivered babies with a C-section procedure for low-risk pregnancies.
It's Worth Watching Week at KATU - our effort to put extra money in your pocket! The Problem Solvers shows you how to make up to $100 per month, just for expressing your opinion.
When you paint a wall and don't like the color, all you have to do is buy new paint. But changing a tattoo you don't like can cost hundreds of dollars. So you can see the attraction of a $50 do-it-yourself tattoo removal kit called Wrecking Balm.
When the phone rings and the voice at the other end of the line says it’s your grandchild – and he or she is in trouble and needs your help – you listen. And maybe you do what they say.