In time for Mother's Day, Consumer Reports compares the offers from online florists to what actually gets delivered.
Sometimes, people who want to sell you something make it look like they're really giving something away. That's the case with the latest round of travel giveaways in the mail. The people behind the mailers stand to make hundreds of thousands of dollars- if even a fraction of us say yes.
Consumer Reports goes over the different varieties of eggs in the grocery store and what you should pay attention to.
It's Worth Watching Week at KATU. The Problem Solvers show you how simply taking an smartphone picture can develop into cash.
Ooma is an internet phone service that Consumer Reports subscribers give a top rating.
Selling point number 1 for the Trusty Cane is that it stands alone. Selling point 2, it that it has a wide, 3-footed, pivoting base. The promoter calls it "The cane you can trust!" I took a Trusty Cane to some real cane experts at the West Seattle Senior Center, where people know first hand how a good cane can help you get around when you need extra stability.
Consumer Reports rates the best home insurance companies.
A lot of people who suffer from heartburn take what's called a proton pump inhibitor or PPI. Prilosec and Nexium are two popular brands.
Consumer Reports breaks down what's important when it comes to buying a toothbrush with hundreds of different kinds to choose.
Consumer Reports has advice to make sure you don't get conned while renting a a vacation home.
We all know children spill things. And they break things. So why would anyone spend $10 on a kid's drinking cup? Promoters of the "Wow Cup" claim their cup is spill-proof and unbreakable. The packaging says it's for ages 12 months and up- and the marketing makes a big deal about no leaks, no drips, no spills.
Consumer Reports tested 19 brands of toilet paper to find the strongest and the softest.
The so-called "Tech Support Scam" has been around for years, but a recent spike in complaints to the Problem Solvers suggests the crooks are acceleration their bogus operations and perhap modifying their approach.
Consumer Reports has advice on how to get rid of old electronics and salvage some cash while you do it just in time for Earth Day.
Maybe it's watery eyes, stuffy nose, hives or itchy skin. Whatever they may be, your symptoms have you wondering if you're allergic to something. Finding out isn't all that difficult.