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The Consumer Product Safety Commission accidentally disclosed personal details linked to almost 30,000 people.
Health experts say the risk to babies isn't just from misuse of Fisher-Price's inclined sleeper.
The group wants the U.S. Consumer Product Safety Commission to recall the sleeper after a report linked it to babies' deaths.
It has rave reviews, powerful ingredients and scientific backing.
When your home needs something safe, warm and efficient.
January is the best time to buy big-ticket fitness items.
And, the Walmart brand that's as good as La Roche-Posay's $36 sunscreen.
Shihan Qu says his powerful magnet balls inspire a sense of "childhood wonder" in adults. But the feds say they're too dangerous to be on the market.
You can get geekier by taking that steak home and grinding it yourself if you know how to work the grinder attachment on your stand mixer.
When people say you learn more from your failures than your successes, William Seavey is the first to agree. He bought a
Yes, there is arsenic in your rice.  Yes, arsenic is toxic. And it has been associated with lung, skin and bladder cancer
Apple said a "hidden Safari setting" caused Consumer Reports to produce inconsistent battery life test results.